New information recieved! See under first photo.**
Gillette family in front of family home, 1914, with cousin Addie Hale. Along with Addie, the other three girls in the back don't have the surname Gillette, but seem to be included as part of the family by the contributor. Perhaps they were cousins being raised together? Who knows?
Front: Cleveland Gillette, 4 yrs, b May 9, 1910; Daniel Clayborn Gillette, 42, b Mar 18, 1872; Hannah Jones Gillette, 33, b Aug 1, 1881; Lena Gillette, 2, b Oct 24, 1911; Clayborn Gillette, infant, b Jul 9, 1913
Back: Stephen Gillette, 6, b Sep 7, 1907; Richard H Gillette, 11, b Jun 21, 1903; James Gillette, 17, b Oct 1896; Callie Stoutenberg, 13, b May 9, 1901; Algerine Stoutenberg, 10, b Dec 1904; Lula Mae Stoutenberg, 11, b Dec 1903; Addie Hale, 13, b Dec 1901.
**Anonymous writes: These are my grandparents and most of their children. My father is the baby in his mother's arms. This
is a blended family. This is a 3rd marriage for each spouse. The
Stoutenberg girls are Hannah's children from her first marriage. One
child is missing for Hannah and one for D.C. from their 2nd marriages.
The four youngest children are from this marriage. Hannah died later in
the year and DC married for a 4th time. Addie Hale is a cousin to the
Thank you so much for sharing your family information, anonymous!
Inscription on back says, "Childen's Day at the Ad Club 3/25/14. Mr. & Mrs. Russell D. Carpenter, their family and ours. They now have seven children. Mr. Carpener is a Merchandise manager of our largest department store. The feather in Babe's hat got between me and the camera."
I think the huge feather the poor guy is trying to dodge is hilarious!
Parker family about 1890 in Boone County, Arkansas. From http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/photo/349088
Teague family from Yale, B.C., Canada, c 1890. From http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/photo/354092