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An Unknown Soldier in the Civil War, Likely a Friend of Charles Pearsey Walker (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Soldier in the Civil War, Likely a Friend of Charles Pearsey Walker (Maternal Families)
As this photograph was taken in New Orleans, Louisiana, where the Iowa 34th resided for a time toward the end of the Civil War, this likely was a fellow member of that regiment and a friend of my great grandfather, Charles Pearsey Walker. 
 
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An Unknown Woman (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Woman (Maternal Families)
This is a photograph inherited from my mother. I am almost convinced I have met the woman in the photograph, but if so I was too young to remember who she was or where. 
 
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An Unknown Woman (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Woman (Paternal Families)
I was uncertain if this photograph was of a woman or man, but numerous people have told me it was a woman. The photographer was Monfort and Hill in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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An Unknown Woman by the Draperies (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Woman by the Draperies (Paternal Families)
There is no identification of this woman, but she was also in the tintype of "Two Women Sitting," and likely is a relative of the Johnson or Lett family. The photographer was O. L. Lupton in Burlington, who also took a wedding photograph of a couple whose names are unknown. 
 
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An Unknown Woman in a Bonnet (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Woman in a Bonnet (Maternal Families)
There is a slight or medium resemblance to known photographs of Kitturah (McFarland) Fox, my second great grandmother, with this woman in the picture here. Someone spent some time crocheting the bonnet she is wearing. Courtesy of Marge Kimble. 
 
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An Unknown Woman in the 1930s or 1940s (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Woman in the 1930s or 1940s (Maternal Families)
This photograph is in a frame identical to one that has a photograph of Wallace Ernest "Wally" Broeker. It is not either of his wives who were both named Ruth, but could have been someone he was seeing after Ruth Rebecca (Walker) Broeker died, before he married Ruth Aralene (Wheeler) Broeker. If so it likely would have been taken between the two marriages, which was only 1939-1941. 
 
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An Unknown Woman Named Maude in 1936 (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Woman Named Maude in 1936 (Maternal Families)
This photograph, unlike many of those in that are unknown and put into the "most wanted" list here, has some identification. The woman is Maude, the year was 1936, but the surname is not identified. I am somewhat partial to it being Maude Edgar (1883-1976), the wife of Thomas Arba "Arbie" Edgar (1879-1940), but that seniment comes because she was known to write postcards and other mail to her mother-in-law, Sarah (Houseman/Edgar) Walker in earlier years. Of course as is the case with all of these unknown photographs (and especially as one gets further into the 20th century), they could be friends and not family members at all. 
 
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An Unknown Woman Sitting (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Woman Sitting (Maternal Families)
A "tintype" style photograph in the possession of Marge Kimble. 
 
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An Unknown Woman Sitting With Her Violin (Flossie Maddux)
An Unknown Woman Sitting With Her Violin (Flossie Maddux)
I would date this photograph of an unidentified woman as around 1890, but it is simply a guess. 
 
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An Unknown Woman With Curls (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Woman With Curls (Paternal Families)
There are no identifying marks on this paternal family photograph, taken by photographer O. Schneckenburger. (Note: in the 1880 federal census there was an Otto Schneckenburger, a native of Russia, living in Davenport, Iowa.) 
 
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An Unknown, Well-Groomed, Soldier in the Civil War (Maternal Families)
An Unknown, Well-Groomed, Soldier in the Civil War (Maternal Families)
A soldier in the Civil War. Either a maternal family member, friend, or a member of the 34th Iowa in which Charles Pearsey Walker served. 
 
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An Unkown Man Standing with Crossed Legs (Maternal Families)
An Unkown Man Standing with Crossed Legs (Maternal Families)
This photograph is likely too dark ever to hope to identify. 
 
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Anderson Gartin (Maternal Families)
Anderson Gartin (Maternal Families)
This photograph, which was in a collection of Civil War soldiers that my great grandfather, Charles Pearsey Walker, mailed back home to New London, Iowa, has the name of the soldier, Anderson Gartin, on both the front and back. A quick search online for "Anderson Gartin," not the most common name, returned this information from Who's Who in Nebraska - Franklin County:

GARTIN, JESSE BURR: Merchant; born in Ringgold County, Iowa, July 16, 1881; son of Anderson Gartin and Catherine Selders; ed Neb; married Minnie Kirste February 4, 1913 [in] Beaver City; S Laverne, Dean; 1900-01 employed in drug store, Ashland Oregon; 1901-13 employed in various vocations; 1913-18 owned & operated [a] butcher shop, Danbury; 1918- owner & operator [of a] creamery, grocery store, ice & cold storage bus, Franklin; member [of the] school board 15 years; AF&AM 264, past master; York Rite; KT; Meth Ch; Rep; res Franklin.

I also received the following email from one of Mr. Gartin's descendants, Mr. Pete Remster:

"The person in the photograph, Anderson Gartin, was the son of Felix and Phoebe (Myers) Gartin. He was born in 1848 in Fulton County, Indiana, moved to Lucas County, Iowa, with his parents and several other family members (including my great grandfather, Charles W. Gartin, Co 'C' 13th Iowa Infantry, and his family, who was Anderson's uncle. Anderson served in the 34th Iowa Volunteers, Co 'E' from August 9, 1862 until August 15, 1865, when he was discharged in Houston, Texas. His rating was as a private (Fifer). He was 5 feet 9 inches tall, blue eyes, and light hair. After his discharge he moved to Danbury, Red Willow County, Nebraska. He and his wife, Charlotte Catherine Selders, are buried in the cemetery east of Danbury. They were married November 17, 1868, in Lucas County, Iowa, by Reverend R. J. David."

Anderson had brothers Griffith Gartin (Co "C" 13th Iowa), George W. Gartin (Co "C" 13th Iowa) and Charles Felix Gartin (Co "K" 46th Iowa).

The back of the card says "Freedom, Lucas Co., Iowa" 
 
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Andrew H. Kruithoff Jr.
Andrew H. Kruithoff Jr.
Andrew Kruithoff (1921-2005) married Alice Scheel August 27, 1950, in Sioux City, Iowa. Andrew's sister, Olive F. Kruithoff, was married to the late Harold Wayne Rexroat Sr. (1923-2005). 
 
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Andrew Jackson Trickel
Andrew Jackson Trickel
Andrew Jackson Trickel was born September 10, 1825, in Butler's Point, Illinois. He died November 15, 1903, in Monroe, Wisconsin. He married Charlotte Morton (1836-1903) and they had fourteen children. In this photograph the children are not positively identified. 
 
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Andrew Mark Zweibohmer Jr.
The photograh of Andrew Zweibohmer Jr. that was published with his engagement announcement to Ashley L. Wilkerson in 2009.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Andrew W. Zurmuehlen
Andrew is the son of William E. "Bill" Zurmuehlen and Cheryl L. Potsick. Andrew was raised in Illinois, works now (2010) in Burlington, Iowa. This was his Facebook wall photograph as of July 2010.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Angela Kristine (Champlin) Crow
Angela is the wife of Michael Charles Crow, and the mother of their sons, Nathan and Nicholas. This was her Facebook wall photograph, August 2010.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Anita M. Davis
Anita M. Davis
This was Anita Davis's senior class photograph, as published on the 1934 Mediapolis High School graduation class photograph in Mediapolis, Iowa. 
 
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Ann (Bjorseth) Murphy
Ann (Bjorseth) Murphy
Ann Murphy is the husband of Jay Murphy. She is the mother of Quinn and Drew Murphy. 
 
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Ann C. and Rita B. Brumm
Left to right: Ann C. Brumm, Rita B. Brumm, Kathy Warnick. This photograph was taken at the St. Louis Humane Society's Bow Wow Brunch and Neiman Marcus Fashion Show (Ms. Kathy Warnick is the Humane Society President).
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Ann C. Brumm
Ann is the daughter of Eric and Rita Brumm. She was raised in the St. Louis, Missouri, area.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Ann Clarinda (Walker) Edgar
Ann Clarinda (Walker) Edgar
In about 1892, the family of Ann Clarinda (Walker) and William Edgar were photographed. This shot was extracted from that photo. Ann Clarinda Walker was a daughter of Francis Samuel "Sam" Walker and Catherine B. Pearsey. Ann was born in Milton, Indiana, in 1846, and died at age 88 in Henry County, Iowa. Ann married William Edgar (1838-1915), a native of Cumberland, England, in 1863 in Des Moines County, Iowa. They had eight children: sons Willie, John C., George, Percy Arnson (known as "Arnie") and Joseph Pearsey Edgar, and daughters: Rebekah Moscrop, Olivia "Ines" Pratt, and Cressie Kathryn (known as "Kate") Edgar. 
 
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Ann Clarinda (Walker) Edgar with Her Children and a Granddaughter
Ann Clarinda (Walker) Edgar with Her Children and a Granddaughter
A photograph of Ann Edgar taken late in her life, with her children. Likely the men in the back are, left to right, Arnie, George, and Joseph Edgar. Cressie is the woman on the left, Ann is in front of her, and the young girl is probably a granddaughter, Mabel Edgar, the daughter of Joseph and Frances (Rineley) Edgar. This photograph was taken not too long before Ann's death in 1924. 
 
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Ann Jeanette Wilson
Ann Jeanette Wilson is a daughter of Fred Wilson Jr. and Jeanette Catherine Wells. She grew up near Muscatine, Iowa, and graduated from L-M High School (L-M stands for Louisa-Muscatine, the two counties the school district encompasses). She also attended the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. Ann married Mark Leroy Van Auken, the son of Howard B. "Pappy" Van Auken (1908-1981) and Fern Diller (1915-1983). They have two sons.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Anna 'Kathryn' Burns
Anna "Kathryn" Burns
Kathryn Burns was a daughter of William Patrick and Mary "Ellen" (Donohoe) Burns. She lived from 1918 until 2006 in the vicinity of Iowa City, Iowa. 
 
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Anna Bell (Reynolds) Hollingworth
Anna Bell (Reynolds) Hollingworth
Anna Bell Reynolds was born in 1868 in Illinois and died in 1961. She is buried at the Winfield-Scott Township Cemetery in Henry County, Iowa. Anna married Courtney Hollingsworth (1866-1955) February 21, 1889, in Oquawka, Illinois. They had twelve children. 
 
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Anna Caroline Ida Rabe
Anna Caroline Ida Rabe
Anna Rabe (1906-1986) married Arthur Hans Neumann in 1929. They had nine children. Their son, Gerald Neumann is the husband of Judith Ann Walker, a descendant of Jonathan R. Friend and Mary Ann Dean. 
 
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Anna Dorthy (Wolfe) Deen
Anna Dorthy (Wolfe) Deen
Anna Dorthy Wolfe was a twin sister of Emma Wolfe. She was born in Dockendorf, Germany, in 1876, immigrated to the United States, and lived in southeast Iowa. She was married twice. The first husband, Charles Grannamann and she, had three children. He died in 1904 in an accident at work. Her next husband was Jacob W. Deen. She was Jacob's third wife. The two of them had four children, who were: Joel Austin Deen (he died before the age of 1); Evelyn Louise (Deen) Hutchcroft, and two sons: Silas Martin and Jacob Burton Deen. 
 
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Anna E. (Nooner) Gray
Anna E. (Nooner) Gray
Anna Gray, born Anna E. Nooner, was a native of Adair, Illinois, born there on July 3, 1916. Her parents were Jasper and Daisy (Swango) Nooner. She was married to Willard A. Gray, who died in 1977. 
 
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Anna Grace (Bruner) Walker
Anna Grace (Bruner) Walker
Anna Grace Bruner, the daughter of John Clay and Lois K. (Cordell) Bruner, was born August 26, 1917, in Little York, Warren County, Illinois. She died October 12, 2009, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She was married to Dwight McAllister Walker (1918-1990) May 24, 1942, in Burlington, Iowa. Their children are Richard Walker and Mary Ann McCollum. 
 
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Anna M. Cummings
This was Anna Cummings's senior class photograph, as published on the 1945 Mediapolis High School graduation class photograph in Mediapolis, Iowa.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Anna Marie 'Emma' (Wiegert) Burgus
Anna Marie "Emma" (Wiegert) Burgus
Emma Wiegert (1867-1945) married Gustav Bengamen "Gus" Burgus (1861-1928). They were the parents of thirteen children: sons: Henry Edward, John Lewis, Edward William, Joseph H., Herbert Charles, and Arthur Carl Burgus. Daughters: Rosie Rachel Gerling, Mary and Anna Edna Burgus, Alma Louise Niehaus, and three other daughters whose names I don't know. 
 
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Anna Marie (Anderlini) Schilego
Anna Marie (Anderlini) Schilego
Anna Schilego (1884-1933) was a sister-in-law of Sarah Magdaline (Dickey) Anderlini. Anna was born in Formazza, Italy, and died in Napa, California. She married Giovani Giuseppe Schilego. 
 
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Annabelle (Miller) Deen
Annabelle (Miller) Deen
Born in Canaan Township of Henry County, Iowa, on October 18, 1914, Annabelle Miller was the daughter of George W. Miller (1885-1967) and Mary "Olive" Berry (1884-1966). She married Silas Martin Deen in 1934, and they had a son, Ronald William Deen (1934-1973). She remarried after Silas's death in 1966 to Frank "Shorty" Doran in 1971. Annabelle died in 2001 at Danville, Iowa, and was buried at Aspen Grove Cemetery in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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Annaletta (Hamilton) Schofield
Annaletta (Hamilton) Schofield
Analetta Hamilton was the oldest daughter, and second oldest child of twelve in the family of Alexander Hamilton (1831-1919) and Susannah Dotson (1838-1900). Analetta was a native of Louisa County, Iowa, born May 11, 1859. She married George W. Schofield, a native of Indiana, in 1893. He died in 1913; Annaletta died March 17, 1925. They are both buried at the Harrison Cemetery in Port Louisa Township of Louisa County, Iowa. 
 
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Annette S. DeSpain
Annette DeSpain is the daughter of Ralph Everett DeSpain (1911-2003) and Gladys "Maxine" McClure. Annette, a 1964 graduate of New London (Iowa) High School, is married to a man named Miley
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Annice Hamilton
This was Annice Hamilton's high school junior class photo in the Morning Sun Tiger yearbook in 1967 (Morning Sun, Iowa).
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Another Day at the 'Walker Homestead'
Another Day at the "Walker Homestead"
The shadows ran deep at the time this photograph was taken of what then was the home of the family of Samuel Nathaniel "Sam" Walker. A girl, probably a daughter, is seen on the left, but her face is hidden by the fence post, and probably not clear enough, anyway, to identify her. It is not possible to know when this was taken, so I have estimated between 1910-1925.

This house has long since been torn down. 
 
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Anthony "Tony" Newcomb
This was Anthony Newcomb's grade school 5th grade class photo in the Morning Sun Tiger yearbook in 1972 (Morning Sun, Iowa).
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Anthony 'Tony' Vacik Jr.
Anthony "Tony" Vacik Jr.
Tony, sticking his tongue out at the photographer in this picture, was the son of Antone A. "Toney" Vacik, and Emilie Valek. He was born October 30, 1909, and died November 19, 2000. As a child, his parents were members of a Utopian community in Los Angeles County, California, known as The LLano Del Rio Cooperative Colony. 
 
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Anthony A. 'Toney' Vacik Sr.
Anthony A. "Toney" Vacik Sr.
Toney was born October 16, 1878, in Germany. In 1903 he immigrated to the United States. He married Emilie Valek between 1902/03, either while still in Europe or else after arrival here. She was from Bohemia. They had three children. Toney Sr. died January 28, 1927, in Los Agneles County, California. 
 
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Anthony Charles "Tony" Zurmuehlen
Tony, the son of Robert Lawrence "Bob" and Kathryn Rae "Kathy" (Aller) Zurmuehlen, is married to Nadia Schlicher. This was his Facebook wall photograph as of July 2010.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Anthony G. Vatterott
Anthony Vatterott, the son of Ralph O. and Mary C. (Kerlick) Vaterott, is the brother of Christian, Ann, Jeannine, and Joseph Vatterott.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Anton Paul Weyer
Anton Paul Weyer
Anton Weyer was the fifteenth of sixteen children born to John Weyer Sr. (1852-1935) and Elizabeth Weidmann (1857-1928). Anton was born October 24, 1897, in Des Moines County, Iowa, and died October 17, 1978, in Muscatine, Iowa. Anton was married three times. He married Nellie Elizabeth Fullerton, and they had a daughter, Dorothy, who was born and died May 2, 1920. He then married Selma (Brumm/Neupert) Meadows (1890-1961), whose two first husbands had died shortly after her marriages to them. A few months after Selma's death in 1961 he married Martha "Helen" Schafer (1905-1997). Anton and Helen are both buried in the Grandview Cemetery in Louisa County, Iowa. 
 
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Anton Totemeier
Anton Totemeier
Anton Totemeier, born April 7, 1823, in Prussia, immigrated to the United States in 1848 and settled in Pleasant Grove Township of Des Moines County, Iowa. He had four wives over the course of his lifetime, and sixteen children. His third wife, apparently, was Caroline Fricke (1833-1881). They had fourteen children. She died in 1881 and he re-married to Louisa Fricke (1844-1908). They were the parents of two sons. Anton died March 3, 1913, and was buried at the Ferrel Cemetery in New London Township, Henry County, Iowa. 
 
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Apparently Caroline Alberta 'Lena' (Johnson) Jackson
Apparently Caroline Alberta "Lena" (Johnson) Jackson
This photograph, in the collection of paternal family photos and cards that I inherited, is on a piece of thick paper only about the size of a playing card, with the woman's face taking up a small portion of the card. The back side of the card is scanned here and on the right side. The photograph seems to be a slightly older version of the woman identified earlier as Cousin Lena, Caroline Alberta "Lena" Johnson, who married Bud Raymond Jackson. As she was born in 1894 and would have been at least in her late 20s or so by the time of this photograph, it seems the fashions are a bit dated for then. 
 
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Apparently Doris Daisy (Frizzell) and Joseph William 'J. W.' Cartwright
Apparently Doris Daisy (Frizzell) and Joseph William "J. W." Cartwright
This photograph is not positively identified, except it was taken at "the Cartwrights'" on October 22, 1944. I met both Doris and Joseph about twenty years later, and the man, especially, looks familiar to me. When I met them they lived in Cedar Rapids, earlier they lived in Decatur or Clarke County, Iowa. They apparently retired to Texas, where Joe died in 1975. 
 
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Apparently Hattie 'Leota' Walker
Apparently Hattie "Leota" Walker
This photograph has been passed down to me on a very small scrap of paper. The writing on the back indicates whomever it belonged to was not clear as to whether or not the woman in question was my mother, Leota Walker. Since it made its way to her and she kept it, I imagine it must have been her. The two women with her look possibly to be Wilda "Marguerite" (Wyerman) Walker and Elizabeth Etta "Betty" (Hatt) Walker, both would be Leota's sisters-in-law if this guess is correct. The location could be almost any place. 
 
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Apparently the Farm of Elias G. Brent
Apparently the Farm of Elias G. Brent
Elias Brent is not connected directly to family members in this database, but this photograph, which is almost a quintessential portrayal of the Iowa family farm of nearly 100 years ago, is useful simply for that purpose as a point of reference. The photograph was one of several provided by Flossie (Maddux) Hamilton of Louisa County, Iowa, to my aunt Marge (Walker) Kimble. Flossie is a relative of John Franklin Russell, the husband of Flossie Zella Walker. Her mother was Mary Frances Russell, John Russell's younger sister.

Elias G. Brent, whose name appears on the barn in this photograph, was born in about 1865, was married to Gertrude McFarland, twelve years younger than he, after 1900. They had three children. Brent and his wife were both natives of Illinois. In 1910 he was a farmer in Iowa Township, Washington County, Iowa. In 1920 he worked as a clerk in a store, apparently after his retirement from farming. By then the family lived in Columbus City Township in Louisa County, Iowa.

Although individual farm windmills had not completely disappeared when I was a kid, I can't remember one so prominently found in very nearly the front yard of a farmhouse as this one was placed. 
 

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