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Re: BONER,John C., KY 1857
Posted by: Jamie (ID *****2596) Date: July 06, 2002 at 10:14:18
In Reply to: BONER,John C., KY 1857 by Philip Lon Moser of 229

Hi. I have some 1800s pictures of Carrie Boner. One says Carrie Boner Moss.Also written on the back is McKinney MossThe studio was in Danville Ky. I also have a very ols picture of a Dr. Armstrong same era, same studio.Another picture says cousin Minnie Spillman, same era, studio. I ahve a picture Of Alfred Boner,jr. A picture of a baby girl, Gussie BonerAnd a picture of a woman named Ella Boner, she looks foriegn, I think she may be the wife if Alfred.I purchased an antique red velvet photo book at auction last night and it is full of 1800s studio pictures. I purchased a family Bible with it.here is anothe r picture of a daughter of Alfred Boner but her name is not on it. she appears to be a year old and looks just like the woman Ella boner mentioned earlir.Then I have an even older picture of a Pearl Boner Becker.There are other names tied into this family, in the Danville, Harrodsberg , Lancaster area. I purchased this in Lancester, which is Garrad Co. The woman was put into a nursing home and they sold her belongings. Since I do research for myself, I know how important these things are. If you need anymore info, I can certainly try to help you. Happy hunting, Jamie


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