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Saturday, December 1, 2007

Leiper, Eldridge, and Lund families


Charles Leiper & Eva Mable Mallow-Rice family, 1946

Parents: Charles Leiper Rice, Eva Mable Mallow-Rice; children: Evelyn Grace Rice-Martz, Elsie Marie Rice-Hymes, Carl Wade Rice, Kenneth Charles Rice,
Willis Ray Rice, Earl Lawrence Rice, Allen Eugene Rice, born Dec 1946, Glen Thomas Rice

From http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/photo/350939



The Stephen Eldridge family were pioneers of Hat Creek, Wyoming. They survived the effects of the 'Johnson County Wars', without the death of any family member.This photo was taken in front of their homestead near Hat Creek, WY.

Front, left to right: Minnie Eldridge-Galloway, b Jul 25, 1892; mother, Ann Elizabeth Long-Eldridge, b Sep 5, 1854; Sarah Delora Eldridge-Clapp, b Feb 20, 1880; father, Stephen Eldridge, b Oct 6, 1848
Back: Homer Eldridge, b Sep 5, 1883; Thomas Eldridge, b Oct 5, 1888; Manzona Eldridge, b Jun 5, 1876; Cora E. Eldridge-Atwill, b Apr 8, 1890

From http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/photo/355481




This is the family of Peter Petersen Dam Lund and his wife Alida Sophie Liddie/Lydia nee Wold in about 1905. They are with their first 6 children. Their 7th and last child was born in 1911. Pictured are left to right: standing back row Jens Jensen Lund, Thomas Jorgenson Lund (tall boy), and their daughters, Emma Josephine Lund and Dora Cecelia Lund. Seated in front left to right are: the father, Pete Lund; son Elmer James Lund; and the youngest son in curls, Frank Merril Lund; the mother , Alida nee Wold Lund. In the very front, sleeping on the floor, the careful observer will notice the family dog. The was taken in a studio, so getting that dog to be so cooperative must have been a challenge! The dates and histories of the individuals in the photo will appear with their individual portraits over time. This photo was taken at or near Meckling or Vermillion in South Dakota.

From http://www.ancientfaces.com/research/photo/368328

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