Dutchess County Photos of Individuals, Families, and Groups

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From White Plains High School Yearbook of 1919
Martha L. Sayles, granddaughter of Madeleine Gazley, pictured in photo. 


Helen Ives

   Helen Ives

   Submitted by Marsha Jewett


Katherine Ives

   Katherine Borst Ives

   Submitted by Marsha Jewett


Everett Ives

   Everett Ives

   Submitted by Marsha Jewett


Schrey

   Richard Schrey

   Submitted by Marsha Jewett


Ives & Schreys

   Ives and Schreys

   Submitted by Marsha Jewett


Cavanaugh

   Jennie Schrey Cavanaugh

   Submitted by Marsha Jewett


Edmund familyRufus (standing) and his brother Walter PLAIN. Photo ca. 1910 Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York. They are the sons of Ella Stickle Plain Montgomery of Rhinebeck and the then late Ezra Plain of Hyde Park.
Submitted by JessP3775@aol.com


Rufus PlainRufus Plain and his son. Rhinebeck, New York ca 1920.
Submitted by JessP3775@aol.com


Hazel PlainHazel Heermance Plain, wife of Rufus Plain. The horse is "Black Beauty", a former race horse that was used for personal transportation and also to deliver groceries by the Plain Bros. Grocery in Rhinebeck, New York.
Submitted by JessP3775@aol.com


Edmund family
   Edmunds family photo taken about 1909.

   Submitted by William G Jackson  jpssst@frontiernet.net


WilliamWilliam
   William and Dorothy (Simmons) Triebel as children.

   Submitted by Roxy Triebel  treebz65@hotmail.com


Triebel
   Grace May (Fero) Triebel.

   Submitted by Roxy Triebel  treebz65@hotmail.com


Triebel
   Four generations of the Triebel Family. Photo taken circa 1928.

   Submitted by Roxy Triebel  treebz65@hotmail.com


Milroy-Bowman
John S. Bowman (18?? - 1906), son of Otis E. Bowman and Sarah (Hicks) Bowman, and his wife Jane (Milroy) Bowman (1842 - 1938), daughter of Robert Milroy and Mary (Carmichael) Milroy.

Submitted by Roxy Triebel  treebz65@hotmail.com


Elma Bowman
Charles Bruce Simmons (1861 - 1911), son of William Simmons and Catharine Ann (Hermans) Simmons, husband of Elma (Bowman) Simmons, father of Mabel (Simmons) Herrick, Florence Simmons, Harrison Simmons, and Dorothy (Simmons) Triebel. The Simmons family resided in or near Pine Plains.

Submitted by Roxy Triebel  treebz65@hotmail.com


Elma Bowman
Elma (Bowman) Simmons (1862 - 1943), daughter of John S. Bowman and Jane (Milroy) Bowman, wife of Charles Bruce Simmons.

Submitted by Roxy Triebel  treebz65@hotmail.com


Milroy
   Five Generations of the Milroy Family, Rhinebeck 1905.

   Submitted by Roxy Triebel  treebz65@hotmail.com


John Carman
John Thorne Carman, son of Phineas Carman and Anna Thorne, was born 7 Jul 1828. He served as a Sgt. in the 41st Regt. of the Illinois Volunteers in the Civil Was and died 12 Aug 1879 in Pine Plains and is buried in Bethel Cemetery. Photographer unknown.

Submitted by Lynda Lemay  lrlemay@aol.com


Elizabeth and Mary Carman
Elizabeth Williams Carman holding Mary Carman who was born 18 Jan 1870 in Pine Plains. Mary died 2 Jul 1874. She is buried in the Bethel Cemetery-Quaker burying ground. Elizabeth Williams, daughter of Aaron and Ida Williams, was born 7 Mar 1839. She married John Thorne Carman in 1868. She died in Toledo, IA in 1897. Photographer unknown.

Submitted by Lynda Lemay  lrlemay@aol.com



Anna Carman
Anna Carman, second daughter of John and Elizabeth Carman, was born 28 Sep 1871 in Pine Plains. She had a nursing career as a young woman. After the death of her father, the family moved to Toledo, IA. There she meet and married Arthur Burdette Swatzlander. Photograph is by Slee Bros., photographers of Poughkeepsie, NY.

Submitted by Lynda Lemay  lrlemay@aol.com


James Carman
James Carman, brother of John Thorne Carman. Photograph by Broas' Gallery of Art, 365 Main Street, Poughkeepsie.

Submitted by Lynda Lemay  lrlemay@aol.com


Harriet Carman

Harriet Carman, believed to be the wife of James.

Submitted by Lynda Lemay  lrlemay@aol.com


Kitty and Jenny Carman

Kitty and Jenny Carman, possbily daughters of James and Harriet Carman.
Submitted by Lynda Lemay  lrlemay@aol.com


Isaac Carman

Isaac Carman, believed to be the son of William Carman and Phebe Smith. Isaac became the popular Superintendent of the Poor at the County Alms House at Milbrook. Photographer unknown.

Submitted by Lynda Lemay  lrlemay@aol.com


Mary Carman

Mary Carman. Photograph by Johnston Bros., 867 Broadway, Poughkeepsie, NY.

Submitted by Lynda Lemay  lrlemay@aol.com


Elizabeth Wiethan

Elizabeth C. Wiethan, the widow of Louis Sr. She died not long after this picture in 1908.

Submitted by Richard Wiethan  rjw@mail.sheltonbbs.com


Franklin Wiethan
Franklin Arthur Wiethan, son of Louis Jr. and his wife Marie Susanne (Du Bourdieu), played the cornet with the Symphony Society of Poughkeepsie..ca 1905.

Submitted by Richard Wiethan  rjw@mail.sheltonbbs.com


Symphony
The Symphony Society of Poughkeepsie..ca 1905.

Submitted by Richard Wiethan  rjw@mail.sheltonbbs.com

Canoeing
Taken approximately 1920 during a canoeing trip near Poughkeepsie. It is of (left to right) William M. Dorn, Leslie Goldrick, Madeline Goldrick Huyler, and Loretta Florence Dorn Cross.

Submitted by Kellie Bennett-Folkerts  KFolkerts@aol.com

Bennett DeWitt C. & Rhoda Oakley Bennett family. Taken ab:1905 DeWitt was the manager of the E.A. Underhill Coal Company of Poughkeepsie fr: 1900-1937 The family resided at 35 Lent St. (Po'kp) during that time. In the photo from left to right is: Back row: Rita Bennett Cole*Helen Bennett Hicks*Isaac Sherman Bennett*Rhoda Belle Bennett Bloomer*Catherine Bennett Corbally*Minnie Bennett Ley. Front row: Thelma Bennett Harris*DeWitt C. Bennett*Rhoda Oakley Bennett*Herbert Bennett.
Submitted by Kellie Bennett-Folkerts  KFolkerts@aol.com

Magill
Henry "Harry" Newton Warner Magill (b. May 6, 1855 d. July 10, 1931). He was a librarian in Pleasant Valley (He may have even started the library there.) This photo was taken June 1879 about a year after his marriage (Jan 3, 1878 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Pleasant Valley, NY) to Jessie Warner Elliott.

Submitted by Nancy Hosmer   eeyore@sonet.net

J. Magill

Jessie Elliott Warner Magill (b. Aug 2, 1858 d. Dec 16, 1917). She married Harry Magill at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Pleasant Valley, NY. She inherited the house pictured below from her family.

Submitted by Nancy Hosmer   eeyore@sonet.net

Barlow Charles P. Barlow, enlisted Sep 2 1862 at Dover NY for 3 years, age 22, Private, Co E 150th NY Infantry "Dutchess County Regiment", organized Oct 10 1862 at Poughkeepsie NY, promoted to Corporal Sep 23 1862, promoted to Sergeant  Oct 11, 1862, promoted to First Sergeant Jan 1, 1863, commissioned Second Lieutenant Jan 16, 1864 with rank from Dec 18, 1863, wounded in action Jul 20 1864 at Atlanta GA, mustered out with company Jun 8, 1865 near Washington DC.
Submitted by John Barlow   jfbarlow@gte.net

Tice Gathering of the family of George Tice at 104 Academy Street, Poughkeepsie, on June 14, 1908. Back row: George A. Lutz, Martha C. (Tice) Pearse, Cornelia D. (Fritts) Tice, William G. Tice, Charlotte (Johnston) Tice, James Croydon Tice, Bessie Gardener (Tice) Lutz. Middle row: John Gilberd Pearse III, John Gilberd Pearse II, William George Lutz, Maryann Caroline (Gardener) Tice, Mildred Tice Wolven, George Tice, George Tice, Leonora (Clampett) Tice. Front row: Carrie Wells Tice, Clayton Johnston, James Croydon Tice Jr., Annie Gardener (Tice) Wolven, Byron L. Tice. Photograph by Edmund L. Wolven.
Submitted by Jeanne Garde


Wolven-Ames

Cyrus E. Wolven and wife Mary Elizabeth Ames (daughter of Elijah W. Ames and Phebe Donaldson). Circa 1900.

Submitted by Jeanne Garde


E. WOLVEN
Edmund L. Wolven, local photographer, standing in his studio located above City Drug Store on Main St., Poughkeepsie, with his friend Otis. Besides his studio work, he contracted with Vassar College to do their photographs for many years. Circa 1890.
Submitted by Jeanne Garde


Anna Tice

Anna Gardener Tice (1875-1949), daughter of George Tice and Maryann Caroline Gardener Tice.
Submitted by Jeanne Garde


Workers
Workers at Poughkeepsie chair factory.
Submitted by Jeanne Garde


Wedding
McDivitt-Wolven wedding on September 23, 1922. Dewey Karchner McDivitt, groom; Mildred Tice Wolven, bride; Mary Harcourt, maid of honor; Frank Miller, best man; Helen Holmes, flowergirl.
Submitted by Jeanne Garde


Neighbors
Neighbors on Academy Street, Poughkeepsie. Guy DeCordova, Mildred Wolven, and Stanley Hull. Circa 1915
Submitted by Jeanne Garde


Blue Ribbon
Mildred Tice Wolven and pony. Blue Ribbon awarded by the Dutchess County Agricultural Society in 1908.
Submitted by Jeanne Garde


Wolven
Cyrus E. Wolven (1828-1902), son of William Wolven and Eliza Mooney. Attended the Dutchess County Academy, worked at the Chichester Chair Company for 45 years, and was a charter member of the Goose Neck Engine Company.
Submitted by Jeanne Garde



Sarah Jane (Roy) Graham. Early "calotype" photo made by Slee Brothers Photography of Poughkeepsie, processed in March of 1853. The calotype process was invented in 1851 and this is a rare and early example. Calotypes quickly began to replace tintypes because they were so much cheaper and durable.
Submitted by Rob Livingston rlivings@inforum.net

Party
Party time in Poughkeepsie! Do you know the identity of any of these people?
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net

Idlewild

The Steamship "Idlewild"
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



Joseph G. Frost of Poughkeepsie
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



The North Family of Poughkeepsie
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



The North Family of Poughkeepsie
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



The North Family of Poughkeepsie
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



Reuben North
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



Rebecca Middough wife of Baltus Carmen
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



The Frost Children: Helen (10 yrs), Minnie (6 yrs), and Ray (3yrs) and Allen (10 mos)
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



Edna T. Newlin, Daughter of Isaac Newlin and Mary H. North
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



Isaac Newlin, circa 1880
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



Mary Helen (North) Newlin
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



Fred North Morgan and Isabelle Morgan
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net



Helen North Saqne, wife of John Saqne, Mayor of Poughkeepsie circa 1896
Submitted by Edward Black eblack@wctel.net


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