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Alpha Victoria 'Fay' Moyers
Alpha Victoria "Fay" Moyers
Fay Moyers was born August 7, 1882, in Oskaloosa Iowa. Her father was Jacob Nelson Moyers, the youngest son of Samuel Nelson and Lucinda (Deen) Moyers. Fay's mother was Kathryn Ann or "Bappy" Stanley, who was the second wife of her father, Jacob. Fay married Edwin Henry "Ed" Cox on April 18, 1901, in Galena, Kansas. They had two daughters, Kathryn Jane "Kate" (Cox/Piper) Wickline, and Carol Maude (Cox) Pebley. Fay Cox died October 9, 1958, in Kansas City, Missouri. 
 
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Alpha Victoria 'Fay' Moyers as a Child
Alpha Victoria "Fay" Moyers as a Child
This is a photograph from about 1890, possibly several years earlier, of Alpha Moyers, who was born in 1882 in Franklin Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. In 1885 the family was still living in Des Moines County, but in 1898 it seems they had moved to Oskaloosa, in Mahaska County, Iowa, as Alpha's father, Jacob Nelson Moyers, had a dispute with a boarder in their house and, using his pocket knife, killed the man. She and her sister, Maude, were living with her mother, Kathryn Ann "Bappy" (Stanley) Moyers, in Galena, Kansas, by the time of the 1900 federal census. 
 
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Alpha Victoria 'Fay' Moyers in 1901
Alpha Victoria "Fay" Moyers in 1901
This appears to be Fay Moyers in her wedding gown. She married Edwin Henry "Ed" Cox on April 18, 1901, in Galena, Kansas. 
 
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Alpha Victoria 'Fay' Moyers, Possibly About 1905
Alpha Victoria "Fay" Moyers, Possibly About 1905
This photograph of Fay Moyers was taken by Manning Studios in Kansas City, Missouri. I theorize it was probably a few years after her marriage, which was in 1901. 
 
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Alta Marie 'Jonnie' (Butcher) Oakley
Alta Marie "Jonnie" (Butcher) Oakley
Jonnie was a daughter of Harley W. Butcher and Bertha Stevens. She was born October 24, 1921, in Winfield, Iowa. She worked as a secretary, had no children from her marriage to Willis Paul Oakley (1921-2002), the son of George Oliver "Ollie" and his first wife, Lillian Lela (Jarvis) Oakley. Jonnie died October 8, 2008, in Bloomington, Indiana. She was buried on October 11 in Aspen Grove Cemetery in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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Amanda (Lindberg) Herman
Amanda (Lindberg) Herman
Amanda Lindberg (1882-1954), the daughter of Eric and Louisa (Anderson) Lindberg, was born in Sweden and immigrated to the United States in about 1906. She married fellow immigrant, Oscar Robert Herman (1883-1972) in 1909. They had four sons: Arthur O., Stanley R., Paul W., and Carl Harold "Harry" Herman. Son Harry Herman was the first husband of Dorothy Virginia Brumm. 
 
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Amanda (Lindberg) Herman and Bertha Leota (Lett) Brumm
Amanda (Lindberg) Herman and Bertha Leota (Lett) Brumm
This photograph of Amanda and Bertha was probably taken in October 1947 on the occasion of Carl Harold "Harry" Herman's funeral. He was killed in a firefighting accident. Amanda was his mother, Bertha his mother-in-law. 
 
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Amanda Elizabeth Wright
Amanda was headed to a dance in 2001 when this photograph was taken. Provided courtesy of her grandmother, Carol Kelley.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Amanda Elizabeth Wright
Amanda Wright is the daughter of Thomas James "Tom" Wright and Dianne M. Carter. She is a descendant of Maude Mae (Walker) and Geoffrey Paul Umphrey.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Amanda Kay Beik
Amanda Beik, the daughter of Judith Kay Wells and Dale Leroy Beik, has ancestry that can be traced back through the Wells family, Nantz family, and into the Brumms of Sternenfels, Württemberg, who emigrated to the United States and settled in southeast Iowa. This was Amanda's Facebook photograph, June 2010.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Amanda Kaye "Mandy" (Oldham) Erickson in 2011
Mandy is the wife of Alexander C. "Alex" Erickson. She is the mother of Kate, Kirsten, and Lily Erickson.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Amanda Sedlacek
Amanda Sedlacek
Amanda is the daughter of James "Jim" Sedlacek and Lona Marie Murphy. 
 
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Amanda Sedlacek and Her Friend, Jenny
Amanda Sedlacek and Her Friend, Jenny
Amanda, the daughter of James "Jim" Sedlacek and Lona Marie Murphy, was enjoying time at Clear Lake, Iowa, with her friend, Jenny, when this photograph was taken in about 2002. 
 
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Ami Coulibaly
Ami Coulibaly
Ami as she appeared on Facebook in 2012. 
 
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Amy Barrera
Amy Barrera is the daughter of Kenneth R. Barrera and Susan Gail Elam. Her mother, Susan, is a descendant of Carl "Charles" Brumm and Eva Juliana Osswald. This was Amy's Facebook wall photograph as of June 2010.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Amy Lynn (Zurmuehlen) Koger
Amy is the daughter of William E. "Bill" Zurmuehlen and Cheryl L. Potsick. She is married to Jamie Leon Koger.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Amy Sue (Champlin) Zurmuehlen
Amy Sue Champlin is the wife of Timothy Lee "Tim" Zurmuehlen. They have four children, whose names are not known. This was a photograph on Facebook of Amy on her sister, Angela Crow's pages, as of July 2010.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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An Aerial View of Burlington, Iowa, and its Environs
An Aerial View of Burlington, Iowa, and its Environs
(Google Earth) 
 
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An Aerial View of New London, Henry County, Iowa
An Aerial View of New London, Henry County, Iowa
This photograph of New London, Iowa, taken from the air, was published in The History of New London, Iowa, written by M. Ruth (DeLong) Peterson, and published by the town paper, The New London Journal, on the occasion of the paper's centennial in 1975. 
 
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An Anniversary Photograph of Beverly Jean (Broeker) and Elwood Baird "Oddie" Marshall
This photograph was probably taken in about 1979 for the 25th anniversary of Bev and Oddie.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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An Anniversary Photograph of Zella 'Myrtle' (Walker) and Theodore Roosevelt 'Ted' Dotson
An Anniversary Photograph of Zella "Myrtle" (Walker) and Theodore Roosevelt "Ted" Dotson
Myrtle and Ted Dotson were married December 2, 1922, in Wapello, Iowa. They had two children, Virginia and Leonard "Max." They spent their lives together in New London, Iowa, and later West Burlington, Iowa. This photograph is, I believe from the time of their 60th wedding anniversary in 1982. 
 
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An Extended Family Photo at the Home of Dorothy and Paul Stodt
An Extended Family Photo at the Home of Dorothy and Paul Stodt
Taken at Christmas time, about 1951, at the home of Dorothy Virginia (Brumm/Herman) and Paul Henry Stodt on Swan Street in West Burlington Iowa.

Left to right on the couch: Dorothy Stodt, Paul Robert Herman, Bertha Leota (Lett) Brumm, Walter Theodore Lett, Paul Stodt, and Susan Patricia Herman, with Jerry Mahoney sitting on her lap. 
 
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An Idyllic Unknown Couple in Photograph Fantasy Land (Paternal Families)
An Idyllic Unknown Couple in Photograph Fantasy Land (Paternal Families)
This "tintype" photograph, likely 19th century in origin, inherited from the paternal side of my family, is very probably a Johnson family or Lett family couple. Sitting in a garden, the woman is holding her parasol out in case it began to rain in the photographer's studio. 
 
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An Old North Hill Home in Burlington, Iowa
An Old North Hill Home in Burlington, Iowa
Burlington, being on the Mississippi River, is a city of hills, a rarity in Iowa, which is a bit rolling but normally flat. North Hill was where the wealthier families built their version of mansions in earlier times. 
 
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An Unknown Baby Photographed in Mount Pleasant, Iowa (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Baby Photographed in Mount Pleasant, Iowa (Maternal Families)
This photograph of this child, apparently a boy, was taken during the 1940s in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 
 
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An Unknown Baby, About 1870s (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Baby, About 1870s (Maternal Families)
This photograph of a child looks to me like some more modern Walker family children as babies, but I have been proven wrong in guessing such information in the past. Plus other families that married into the Walkers left DNA as well. 
 
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An Unknown Baby, Dressed in White (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Baby, Dressed in White (Paternal Families)
This photograph "tintype" is in the collection of paternal photos I have from my paternal families. It is likely connected either to the Lett, Johnson, or Brumm family. The back of it indicates it was produced on or after 1911, which is suprising. 
 
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An Unknown Boy Named 'Jeff' at 9 Months (Maternal Families, I think)
An Unknown Boy Named "Jeff" at 9 Months (Maternal Families, I think)
This has positively been identified as not being Jeff Brunk, the son of Arnie and Jean (Walker) Brunk. I therefore have no idea who the child is, but the photograph was taken in the 1950s or early 1960s. 
 
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An Unknown Boy on a Horse (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Boy on a Horse (Maternal Families)
This was a photograph of my mother's, Hattie "Leota" (Walker/Krekel) Brumm; I have a feeling it is of an uncle or a first cousin of mine, but it is not clear enough to make an identification. The Walker family apparently owned a white horse in 1906 (search for the "Walker Homestead"). Possibly this is that same horse a few years later, in which case this would have to be an uncle or, of course, a family friend. 
 
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An Unknown Couple (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Couple (Maternal Families)
This would have likely been taken in the 1870s or 1880s, if I guess correctly. Another photograph of a man who appears to be the same and in his soldier's suit during the Civil War also exists. Courtesy of Marge Kimble. 
 
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An Unknown Couple's Wedding Photo (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Couple's Wedding Photo (Paternal Families)
No identification is available for this picture. The man in the photograph, however, looks vaguely similar to Brady Page, although the woman looks nothing like the one photograph of Sophia (Johnson) Page that was taken with her family. Another possibility would be that it was William A. Lett and Dorothy Kile, but they were married in Aledo, Illinois, and it would be highly unlikely they would travel to Burlington to have a wedding photograph taken.

The photographer was P. Mailandt & Company in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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An Unknown Couple, Photographed in Ottumwa (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Couple, Photographed in Ottumwa (Paternal Families)
No Identification is available for this photo postcard, but the man's face vaguely resembles what might have been a young version of John A. Lett, who later in life lived in Council Bluffs, Iowa. If so, assuming the woman was his wife, she was Margaret (Anderson) Lett, a native of Louisa County, Iowa; her parents were Thomas and Ann (Prouse) Anderson.

If these assumptions are correct, the photo was probably taken in the 1880s. 
 
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An Unknown Family Portrait (Flossie Maddux Hamilton)
An Unknown Family Portrait (Flossie Maddux Hamilton)
This photograph was provided to Marge Kimble by Flossie Maddux Hamilton. I am 50% certain the young man on the right standing up in this photograph is John Franklin Russell (Flossie's uncle); it matches very nearly other photographs of him when it was a bit older. After that, the difficulties ensue in trying to figure out why he would be with this makeup of a group of people. He had two sisters, one of whom died very young. His father died when he was young as well (younger than that boy on the right), and his mother married a much younger man (who was too young to have children from a previous marriage who might have made this more easily identifiable). 
 
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An Unknown Family Reunion (Flossie Maddux)
An Unknown Family Reunion (Flossie Maddux)
I do not recognize any of my family members in this photograph provided to Marge Kimble by Flossie (Maddux) Hamilton. These may be members of the family of John Franklin Russell, which is a family that includes Flossie Hamilton. 
 
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An Unknown Girl (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Girl (Maternal Families)
A number of these old photographs have aged with a tendency toward turning pink. This is one of them. Others with known family members who share this trait in the photograph are in the Nathaniel Fox family, so I tend to view some of these as potentially being Foxes. 
 
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An Unknown Graduating Class, Apparently (Flossie Maddux)
An Unknown Graduating Class, Apparently (Flossie Maddux)
One of several photographs provided Marge Kimble by Flossie (Maddux) Hamilton. 
 
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An Unknown Man 'Tintype' in a Gilded Frame (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Man "Tintype" in a Gilded Frame (Maternal Families)
This family member seems to be dashing in his outlook. Courtesy of Marge Kimble. 
 
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An Unknown Man (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Man (Paternal Families)
No identification is available for this picture. It was taken by the J. H. Reynolds studio in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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An Unknown Man and a Horse (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Man and a Horse (Maternal Families)
This photograph is probably from the 1930s, it was owned by my mother, so potentially it is Walker family connected. 
 
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An Unknown Man and Boy - Tintype (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Man and Boy - Tintype (Paternal Families)
No identification is available for this picture. The boy looks as if he could be a very young Walter Lett, but more likely it would be one of his older brothers, assuming the man in this photo is the child's father. Walter was born when his own father, Charles H. Lett was forty-three years old; the man in this tin type seems to be more likely in his 30s. In another tintype of an unknown man by a fence, the man it that tintype photograph somehwat resembles the child from this picture, only older. 
 
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An Unknown Man by the Fence - Tintype (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Man by the Fence - Tintype (Paternal Families)
The indoor set in the photographer's studio inferred that this man was arriving for something important. Who he is is unknown. 
 
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An Unknown Man by the Iowa River (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Man by the Iowa River (Maternal Families)
I believe a number of the young men who are unknown in photographs that I have inherited from my mother were classmates or neighbors in the Newport, Iowa, vicinity. A class composite photograph of the classes of 1929-1931 from Wapello High School might put to rest some of these unknown identities, such as the young man in this picture. 
 
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An Unknown Man Holding His Tie (Flossie Maddux)
An Unknown Man Holding His Tie (Flossie Maddux)
Probably taken in the 1930s. 
 
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An Unknown Man Leaning on a Pedestal (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Man Leaning on a Pedestal (Paternal Families)
No identification is available for this man. The photograph was taken at Monfort and Hill studios, in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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An Unknown Man With a Mustache (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Man With a Mustache (Paternal Families)
No identification is available for this picture. The photographer was C. W. Huston in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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An Unknown Man With Bushy Sideburns (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Man With Bushy Sideburns (Maternal Families)
This is another of a set of photograph that have turned "pinkish" with age. Another similar one is of Elizabeth Fox Sampson, so I wonder if this is not some member of her family. This man's rather sophisticated urban look has not only bushy sideburns, but a last desparate attempt at covering creeping baldness with thin wisps of his remaining hair. 
 
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An Unknown Man With His Legs Crossed (Paternal Families)
An Unknown Man With His Legs Crossed (Paternal Families)
No identification is available for this photograph. He resembles two other photos of unknown men on the paternal side of my family. However this picture was taken in Rock Island, Illinois, whereas those of the other men were in Burlington, Iowa. 
 
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An Unknown Mother, Her Baby, and Their Dog (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Mother, Her Baby, and Their Dog (Maternal Families)
This is a photograph, probably from the Depression or immediately before, which seems "modern" enough we should be able to identify who is in it. It doesn't seem to resemble anybody else that I, at least, know of. 
 
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An Unknown Soldier - Possibly Captain Watters (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Soldier - Possibly Captain Watters (Maternal Families)
In a letter dated December 3, 1862, (see information under C.P. Walker's file), Charles Pearsey Walker mentions he is sending "Captain R. Watters" back with his letter, which most likely meant a photo of said Captain, as the Captain himself was otherwise engaged in the war and probably didn't have the free time to go to Iowa for a visit.

This could be that photograph.

Patrick Pearsey, related to the Walkers Charles Pearsey Walker's mother, submitted the following information about Captain Waters:

"The following came from on-line information on Civil War muster rolls, at Ancestry.com I feel this is the same man as Captain R. Watters:"

Jonathan R. Waters, Claimed Residence in Garden Grove; Enlistment Date August 9, 1862 - 1st Lieutenant 26 to Full Captain on 24 July 1863.

Served Iowa Commission A Co. 34th Inf Reg. Iowa Mustered Out at Houston, Texas, on 15 August 1865; Transferred on 12 November 1864 from Company A to Company D

Source: Roster & Record of Iowa Soldiers in the War of Rebellion
Abbreviation: IA Roster

Published by English on 1910 
 
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An Unknown Soldier in the Civil War (Maternal Families)
An Unknown Soldier in the Civil War (Maternal Families)
With no identification whatsoever, it seems unlikely some of these photographs will ever have a name given to the person. 
 

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