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Tintype Francisco photos found!
Posted by: Robert D. King (ID *****9910) Date: February 23, 2011 at 02:35:52
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In my travels, I see family photos
lost in antique stores. I think this is sad
and I feel a sense of obligation to try and
return them to their rightful families.
So, I have set up this website to do just that.

All of the photos I buy have names and
dates or places on them.

Before I list a photo on the site,
I try to contact any family members
that might be doing research, so they
can have first shot at the photographs.

Recently I acquired a pair of flawless tintype photos, of the Civil War Era,
still mounted in their paper frames. They are of:

Marcella (Gove) Francisco
and Newton O. Francisco
PLEASE NOTE THAT RESEARCH SHOWS:
Newton Oscar Francisco
Birth: 16 Oct 1840 in Knox Corners, Augusta, New York
Death: 18 Feb 1932 in Delavan, WI
Father: Levi Francisco b: 12 Mar 1757 in Gansegat, Essex Co., NJ Mother: Abigail ? b: 3 Jan 1781
Newton was married: 20 Jan 1862 in Dalavan, Wisconsin to
Marcella Gove
Birth: 10 Nov 1842 in Marshfield, Vermont
Death: 5 Dec 1924 in Delavan, Wiutah, Utah
Father: Dana Gove b: 14 Sep 1811 in Stafford, Windham, Vermont Mother: Alice Maltby b: 31 Mar 1817
Their daughter was Mary Alice Francisco
b: 31 Jan 1864 in Delavan, Wisconsin


If you are interested in bringing this photo back
into the family, contact me at:

BobKing@NorthLink.com

or check out your other family surnames at:

http://fourkings.freeyellow.com/Page3.html

Prices can be found at:

http://fourkings.freeyellow.com/Page24.html

I hope I can connect you with a lost loved one,
Robert D. King



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