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The Wolcott family's antique photograph album has been located!
Posted by: Robert D. King (ID *****9910) Date: August 07, 2010 at 15:08:56
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I have good news for researchers of the Maltbie family.
Your family's antique photograph album has been located!

I am Robert D. King and in my travels, I see family photos lost in antique stores and for sale on ebay. I think that is sad knowing that there are family tree researchers and descendants, that would treasure those photos. So I have decided to try and do something about it by returning as many as I can to their rightful families.

So I buy photos with names and dates or places on them and list them on my webpage, so descendants of these lost souls can find them and bring them home. The thousands of photographs are mostly from the 1800's and include Tintypes, Daguerreotypes, Cabinet Cards, Carte-de-visites, Personal Picture Postcards, Photo Albums and Yearbooks.

Recently, I was able to acquire the following album:

Wolcott Maltbie Families Photo Album from Ohio

This ( 8 x 11 x 2.5 inches) album has a red fabric covering with a white rose on the cover.
It features 63 portraits and 6 of them are tintypes and at least one has a Civil War stamp.
There are four antique greeting cards from friends and family.

This unique album has pages of single cabinet cards, pages of 4 carte-de-vistas
per page and similar pages cut to accommodate double cabinet cards.
The amazing thing is the almost without exception the names
in the album are duplicated on the backs of the photos.


The names in the album are:

Harold C. Wolcott ---- Newton Falls, Ohio
Orvis Orlando Wolcott --- Wedding picture ------ Warren, Ohio
Carrie Maria Maltbie --- Wedding picture ------ Garrettsville, Ohio
Pansy Gertrude Wolcott and Harry Pierre Wolcott ------ Warren, Ohio
Julia Louise Maltbie ------
Maria Hosmer ---- Maryville, Missouri
Julia Bostwick = Grandma Maltbie
a baby photo of Hazel Burns who is to become Mrs. Sam McFall
Frank Burns ----- Warren, Ohio
Hazel Burns as a young girl who is to become Mrs. Sam McFall --------
Julia Louise Maltbie Stow ----- Jefferson, Ohio
Dosia Haines or Haine -------
Stepmother Maltbie ----- Warren, Ohio
Harry Pierre Wolcott ----- Warren, Ohio
Hazel Burns as a toddler who is to become Mrs. Sam McFall -------- Warren, Ohio
from Mother(Julia Bostwick Maltbie) to Carrie --- 58 years of age 1892 ----- Warren, Ohio
Edwin Maltbie ---------------- Warren, Ohio
Ralph and Ruth Maltbie ----- Warren, Ohio
Julia Louise Maltbie ----- Warren, Ohio
Sophronia, Altine & Rose Alcock
Minta Osborne (Osborn ?) wife of Tom from Berea, Kentucky
2 photos of the same man
One as a young man ----- Ashtabula, Ohio
And the other as a middle aged man ----- Warren, Ohio
Sophronia Alcock --- 2 yrs 5 mos. --- Painesville, Ohio
Rev. and Mrs. Holiett from Braceville --- Zanesville, Ohio

The greeting cards are from Howard C. Young, Angie M. Young, A.E.Degler & Olive Lucas.

NOTE: Research shows:

Orvis Orlando Wolcott, b. 1859 to Catherine Maria Stowe and Orlando Wolcott
married Carrie Maria Maltbie and had Harry Pierre 1885, Clarence Burdette 1887,
Pansy Gertrude 1890, Clarence Eugene 1892, Harold Clermont 1895,
Howard Joseph 1899, Robert Theodore and Dorothea Kathryn Wolcott.

Carrie's parents were Isaac Maltbie b. 1828 in OH & Julia Bostwick b. 1830
Marcus Edwin Maltbie b.1858 to Isaac Maltbie and Julia Bostwick
married Miranda Celestia Wolcott in 1879. They had:
Lena 1881, Carrie Ethel 1883, Ruth Wolcott 1885
Ralph K. 1888 and Lawrence Austin 1891

Hazel Burns b.1892 to Edward P. Burns and Jennie A. Maltbie
married Roland Eagan in 1915.

Julia Louisa Maltbie b.1871 to Isaac Maltbie and Julia Bostwick
married Frank Norman Stowe in 1897 and had
Fred Ernest 1899, Eva Eudora 1900 and Julia Rachel 1902.


If you or anyone you know might want to purchase this heirloom
and bring it back into the family,
please contact me at:
BobKing@NorthLink.com

Please feel free to check out your other family names:
http://fourkings.freeyellow.com/Page3.html
Thanks,
Robert D. King

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