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Portrait of Martha Peckham Peabody (1789-1848), Stonington, Connecticut
Posted by: William Pease (ID *****9765) Date: April 15, 2013 at 20:01:54
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The January-February 2013 issue of ANTIQUES magazine on p. 15 pictures in an advertisement an excellent portrait of Martha Peckham Peabody (1789-1848) of Stonington, Connecticut.

In case you can no longer purchase a copy of this issue or are unable to find it in your local public library (remember to take along your camera), I am scanning this portrait for any of her family descendants and researchers who might like a copy sent freely by email. Just imagine if there were a portrait in existence of one of your ancestors before the age of photography, and you did not know of it. That would, indeed, be a very great shame and injustice, which is why Iím scanning this portrait and posting about it. Someone in the Peabody family ought to have a copy of this portrait.

My email address can be found by clicking on my underlined name above. Please note that there is a period between my first and last name and between the two words in the second half of my address.

Also, please email me directly rather than respond to me on this website as I might not see that response.

If it were a portrait of a 19th century Ms. Pease in my family line, I'd certainly hope someone would do the same for me. Call it a simple, but appropriate, genealogy good deed.

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