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Hannah Williams (1829 - 1921) & David Parks (1827 - 1904): parents of Mary Eliza Parks (b. 25 Dec 1860; d. May 28, 1928) who was born in Gayhead, Greene County, NY. Mary Eliza married Orrin Mackey Felter (son of Abram Felter [1820 - 1899] and Ruth Mackey [1820 - 1896]) on 13 Nov. 1877 in Westerlo, NY.
Ruth Mackey, w/o Abram FelterAbram Felter.
Abram Felter lived in Athens, Greene County at the time of his death in 1899. His will listed that he was a farmer in S. Westerlo, lot 118 V.R.P. 252 acres.
Possibly Sarah Vincent (1798-1882), wife of Jeremiah Williams (1794-1867) and mother of Hannah Williams.
A picture of four siblings. First row (l to r): Andrew Felter (b. 15 April 1852; d. 13 Jan 1935) and Orrin Mackey Felter (b. 25 May 1857; d. 26 Jan. 1936). Back row (l to r) Elmina Felter (b. 13 April 1850; d. 1929) and Mary Louisa Felter (b. 13 Nov. 1854; d. 1939). The picture was taken before any of them got married - three of them married in 1877 so assume it was around 1875. Andrew married Ella Erickson (date unknown); Orrin married Mary Eliza Parks (1860 - 1928; d/o David & Hannah) on 13 Nov1877; Elmina married Daniel Parks (1810 - 1900; s/o Benjamin & Mary) in 1877; Mary Louisa married (1) Louis Edgar Terbush (1855 - 1925) on 13 Nov 1877 and (2) Melvin J. Dennison on 2 June 1926.
Orrin "Millie" Millard and Frank Edward Felter, circa 1898, sons of Orrin Mackey Felter and Mary Eliza Parks. Millie was born Dec. 24, 1887 and died Nov 1969. He married Ina Powell Mar 3, 1910. She was born Jan 22, 1890. Frank was born Apr 15, 1894 in Cooksburg, Albany Co and died Apr. 17, 1958 in Los Angeles, CA. He married Mildred Hallenbeck June 4, 1917 in South Westerlo, Albany Co, NY. She was the daughter of Edward Hallenbeck and Julia Lennon.
The home of Mary "Jane" Lennon (b. 27 Sept, 1847; d. Feb 10, 1910) and her husband, James Tanner (15 Oct 1830 ? - 29 June 1901). It is Mary Jane in the carriage - I assume one of the two men is James Tanner. She is buried in Medusa Cemetery, Albany Co. Mary was the daughter of Harvey Lennon (b. 6 Sept. 1814; d. 27 Apr 1893 and Zaida Slater, b. 24 June 1823; d. 3 Aug. 1849) Harvey is very probably the grandson of John Lennon (b. abt 1743; d. 7 Mar 1827) and Deborah Newcomb (b. 5 May 1745; d. 25 Sept 1805). John was a Revolutionary War Patriot (served in the 6th Regiment of the Dutchess Militia) and moved to Greene County abt 1805 after his wife died.
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Anyone know who these girls are?
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Edward Lansing Hallenbeck, b. June 12, 1845 in Callanans Corner, in the Town of Coeymans, son of Jacob J. Hallenbeck. He died Jan. 20, 1924 in Selkirk. On Dec. 25, 1893 he married Julia Ann Lennon, likely at the Preston Hollow Baptist Church in Albany Co. Julia Ann, b. June 27, 1871, Rensselaerville, Albany Co and d. Oct. 11, 1939. She was the daughter of Harvey Lennon and Mary Coonley.
Mildred Hallenbeck, daughter of Edward Lansing Hallenbeck and Julia Ann Lennon. She was born September 18, 1894 in the "icicle" house near Oak Hill, Greene Co, NY abd died December 7, 1955 in Albany, Albany Co, NY. She married Frank Felter On June 4, 1917 in South Westerlo, Albany Co, NY.
Channing Lennon (June 30, 1859-April 4, 1936), brother of Julia Lennon Hallenbeck, and his wife. Likely this is the picture of Lucy Tiffany (July 16, 1859-June 5, 1915). They had two children, Justis (1885-1902) and Myrtle, who married Leonard Haskin. After Lucy's death Channing married Sarah Lounsbury (b. 1866)
Photo taken in 1906 of Anna Blodgett, d/o Silas Blodgett (b. 1844, d. aft 1910) and Annie Jane Hallenbeck (b. 1849, d. 1924).
This is a photograph of a daguerreotype of Anna Eliza Joralemon (1825 -1897) daughter of Isaac Lansing Joralemon (1787 - 1858) and Mary (Mason?) "Polly" Carhart (1780 - 1866: b. Scotland), and wife of Jacob J. Hallenbeck, Jr. (1823 - 1908), son of Jacob J. Hallenbeck (1795 - abt 1830) and Jane (Janetje) Osterhout/Ousterhoudt (1794 - 1908) - lived variously in Coeymans, New Salem, & Bethlehem.
It is not known know who these folks are in the next five photos, so anyone who has any clues, it would be appreciated. They were folded inside the same piece of very old cloth, so all five are a set. The photos are on metal and are in almost perfect condition (though the mats are not).
Mrs. H. Scutt
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