Photographers of Washington County, Ohio,
compiled by Donna Meek Cunningham

Thomas D. Biscoe, Marietta photographer, from Washington County Public Library collection

Self-Portrait, Thomas A. Biscoe, Marietta College professor and photographer

Allen, John D.
A Daguerrian in Marietta in 1854.
Allison
In partnership with Tappin in Marietta 1857 - abt.1860
American Studio
Local Summary
YearsRoleNameStreet AddressCityLogo
About 1921  6 Smith BldgParkersburg, WV 
Art Craft Studio
See:  Borelli, Vincent "Jimmy”
Baron, Herman  {~1857 – aft 1930}   
Herman Baron was born in Austria about 1857.  It appears that he learned the photography trade as an apprentice to Washington G. Smith in Cooperstown, New York.  He moved to Marietta sometime after 1880 and worked for J.D. Cadwallader.  In Dec-1887, Baron and co-employee J. William King purchased the photography studio from Cadwallader.  Marietta city directories listed his home address as the Saint James Hotel (104-108 Butler Street) in 1890 and 1891.  In 1902, the business was sold to Brigham and Clogston.  In 1930, Mr. Baron was living at the Stroud Hotel on Sibley Street in Detroit, Michigan.  He was still working as a studio photographer at the age of 73.
1930 Census Precinct 3 Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan:
  Baron, Herman  73 s   Austria Ger Ger photographer studio
  Living at the Stroud (?) Hotel  78 Sibley (?) St.
Local Summary
YearsRoleNameStreet AddressCityLogo
~1884 – 1887EmployeeDiamond Gallery Marietta, Ohio 
1887 – 1902ProprietorBaron and King202 Front StreetMarietta, Ohio 
Bennet, William Penn  {12-May-1819 - 31-Apr-1911}
William Bennet was born in Chesterville, Maine on 12-May-1819.    When he was 22, Bennett moved with his family from New England by ox cart, “The trip consumed several months in time, and was one of the events of this notable man’s life.”  The family resided in Sunfish, Ohio for a short time.  Bennet moved to Marietta in 1847 and married Mary W. McKinney (1827 – 1906) on 15-Jul-1850 in Washington County.  Bennett then taught at a small college in Kentucky for two years and also spent two years in Chillicothe, Ohio as a photographer before returning to Marietta at the start of the Civil War. 
Bennet and his wife had two children, Charles C. (1863 – 1901) and Rachel Lalula Bennet Cowen (16-Mar-1857  – 09-April-1926).  “W.P. Bennett opened a photographic gallery in 1862, and has a valuable collection of pioneer photographs”.  In 1870, William and his family were living in Marietta’s Second Ward, his occupation was listed as “Photo Artist”.  Next door is a couple who were probably his parents, William (age 86) and Rachael (age 80).  Marietta city directories lists his occupation as a photographer 1875-1884.  The disastrous flood of 1884 destroyed his building and Bennet retired from the photographic business. No occupation is listed for him in the 1890-1892 Marietta city directories.  In 1893 he is listed as a “dairyman”. 
“Since then he has devoted himself to literary affairs, and many of his articles have been published in leading periodicals of the country.  He was an ardent prohibitionist and single tax advocate, and was well read on these subjects.”
William’s life came to a tragic end, when at the age of 92, despondent and feeling that he was a burden to his family and to the world, he committed suicide by drowning himself in the Muskingum River.  At the time of his death, he was the second oldest citizen living in Marietta. William P. Bennett died 31-Apr-1911 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta Ohio with his wife and son.
He was survived by his daughter; two granddaughters, Janet L. Cowan (b.1885) and Mary B. (Cowan) Templeton (b.1888) and a great-grandaughter, Mary Robert Templeton.  A granddaughter, Anna J. Cowan preceded him in death.
He was survived by his daughter and three grandchildren:
  Janet L. Cowan  (Jul-1885 – aft 1926)
  Mary B. Cowan Templeton  (Jul-1888 aft 1926)
     Mary Robert Templeton (bef 1926)
  Anna J. Cowan  (Jul-1891 – bef 1896?)
1850 Census:
William Bennett  65  M  Wheelwright  Mass
Rachel     60(?)  F       Mass
Betsey     23  F       Maine
Elisha L.  20  M  Shoemaker  Maine
William     31  M  Painter     Maine
Mary     24  F       VA
Rassela Munro (?)32  M  Shoe(?) Merchant  Vermont
Lucinda B. Munro28  F       Maine
1870 Census:
  William BENNETT   51   ME   Photo Artist
Mary W. BENNETT   44   VA
Lalula BENNETT   13   OH
Charles BENNETT   6   OH
1872 Marietta Register, 15-Aug-1872:
  W. P. Bennet     Peter M’Laren
     DIAMOND
     Gallery!
  On First Floor, Opposite Post Office
       Bennet & McLaren
1880 Census:
William P. BENNETT   Self   M   Male   W   60   ME   Photographer   ME   ME
Mary W. BENNETT   Wife   M   Female   W   53   VA   Keeping House   MD   VA
Lalula BENNETT   Dau   S   Female   W   23   OH   Artist   ME   VA
Charles C. BENNETT   Son   S   Male   W   16   OH   At School   ME   VA
Nancy MCKINNEY   SisterL   S   Female   W   37   OH   Pantsmaker   MD   VA
1900 Census:
William P. BENNETT   Self  
Mary W. BENNETT   Wife  
Lalula BENNETT Cowen   Dau  
  James E. Cowen  sil
  3 grandchildren
Local Summary
YearsRoleBrand NameStreet AddressCityLogo
1862 – 1868ProprietorW.P. Bennet Marietta, OH 
1868 – 1873ProprietorBennet and McLaren Marietta, OH 
1873 – 1884ProprietorDiamond Gallery Marietta, OH 
Berkley, Orlando E.  (Mar-1860 - ?)
Orlando E. Berkley was born in 1861 to Josephus (b.1831) and Sarah (b.1840) Berkley in Fairfield Township, Washington County, Ohio.  He lived in Barlow, Ohio for a while and then moved to Malta, Morgan County, Ohio sometime before 1920.  The only evidence of his photography career exists with his logo, as per census records, he held many other occupations including coal miner, house builder and barber.
1860 Census only list a Thomas, no O.E. in the household.
1880 Fairfield Twp, Washington Co, OH:
1880 Fairfield Twp, Washington Co, OH:
Josephus BERKLEY   Self   M   Male   W   49   OH   Coal Miner   VA   VA
Sarah BERKLEY   Wife   M   Female   W   40   OH   Keeping House   VA   OH
Arlando BERKLEY   Son   S   Male   W   19   OH   Coal Miner   VA   VA
Nancy BERKLEY   Dau   S   Female   W   17   OH   Domestic   VA   VA
1890 civil war census lists a Josephus B. Berkley in Barlow Township as a private I 194 Ohio Inf "gunshot wound in head and shoulder.
1900 Barlow Twp, Washington Co, OH  occupation is listed as ‘house builder’
Berkley,  Sarah    Head  W F  May 1840  60 w 39  (3/2)
BERKLEY, Orlando E.   Head  W M  Mar 1860   39 m 7    (farmer)
Alice S.    Wife  W F  May 1872   29 m 7 (0 children)   
Mc? Virgin E.    sis-I-lw  W F  Feb 1887  18 s
1920 Malta, Morgan County, OH:
Berkley, Orlando E.  59  OH  Barber
Berkely, Della     48  OH
1930 Malta, Morgan County, OH:
Berkley, Orlando E.  69  OH  Proprietor Barber Shop
Berkely, Della     49  OH  (m. abt 1892)
Local Summary
YearsRoleBrand NameStreet AddressCityLogo
About 1900 O. E. Berkley   
Borelli, Vincent "Jimmy" (Mar-1860 - ?)
Artcraft Studio began in 1925 by Vincent "Jimmy" Borrelli, an Italian immigrant naturalized in 1906.  It operated at 430 7th Street until about 1930.  It Vincent died in 1981, the studio was left to his son, Paul. As of 2005, “Artcraft Studio is now celebrating 80 years in business! The studio is home to over 6,000 negatives taken in the Parkersburg, WV area. Dates of photographs range from the 1880’s to the 1970’s. Subjects include, past businesses, factories, buildings, movie theaters, hotels, restaurants, schools, churches, automobiles, trains, streetcars, steamboats, street scenes, flood scenes, residents and celebrities who have visited Parkersburg, and much more!”
1926 Pburg Dir:  430 7th St
1930 6th St Parkersburg, Wood Co, WV:
Borrelli, Vincenza  53 Wd  Italy  Italy  Italy 
  Joe     23  WV  Italy  Italy 
  Mario     17  WV  Italy  Italy
  Christena  13  WV  Italy  Italy
  Thomas  10  WV  Italy  Italy
Borrelli, Charles P.  34  Italy  Italy  Italy
  Martha     27  Italy  Italy  Italy
  Augustine  5  WV  Italy  Italy
  Herma     1  WV  Italy  Italy
Borrelli, Vincent A.  32  Italy  Italy  Italy  Photographer, naturalized in 1906, m. age 30
  Mary M.  26  Penn  Italy  Italy
  Paul A.  1 9/12  WV  Italy  Penn
Local Summary
YearsRoleBrand NameStreet AddressCityLogo
1925- Art Craft Studio430 7th StreetParkersburg, WV 
           
Bosworth, Sala
1860 Census 3rd Ward Marietta (744-743)
Listed as a 53 year old artist born in Massachusetts.
Check out:  1892 Centennial edition of Henry Howe's Historical Recollections of Ohio.
Brelsford, Robert (1868 – 1920-1930)
Brelsford was born in 1868 in Kentucky and was married in 1909 in Mayfield to the former Mary Virginia Wright (b.1883).  They lived in Kentucky until at least 1913.  They lived in West Virginia for most of 1914 and 1915 before moving to Marietta around 1916.
Possibly: (id#10735) Robert Edward Brelsford (14-Feb-1868 in Evansville, IN) m. Mary Virginia Wright (b. 02-Sep-1883) in Mayfield, KY in 1909  (donna – look for connection to Cadwallader based on Maysfield location)
1900:  (Post St?) District 62, Ward #2, Spokane, Spokane Co, Washington State:
Brelsford, Robert E. Feb-1869 31 single KY Scotland KY                       photographer
Living in a boarding house with two other photographers:
Stanton, John B.        1869   30 single  Mass Ireland Ireland        photographer
Callahan, John D.      1876   23 single   NY  NJ  NJ                       photographer
1910:  Broadway Street, Mayfield City, Graves County, Kentucky:        
Brelsford, Robert       42  married 5/12       Indiana  Indiana  Indiana       photographer in office
            Mary G.           26
1918: corner of Front and Butler:  “I photograph people as they are”.
1920 Census lists his occupation as “Photographer-owns studio”.  The Marietta city directories show his business located at 202 Front Street, the former location of J.D. Cadwallader and Bringham & Clogston.  The Brelsford family lived on Scammel Street, there were four children, Robert Jr. (b.1911), Anna May (b. 1913), Emma (b 1915) and Susan (b. 1919).  Born in Kentucky of Kentucky born parents.  Looks like he was living in Kentucky for 1st two children, Emma born in West Virginia and Susan in Ohio.
Mary and all four children are found living on Magnolia Avenue in Knoxville, Tennessee in the 1930 Census.  Sadly, Mary is listed as a widow.
            Washington County, Ohio Brand Names and Years in Business
YearsNameStreet AddressCity
1916 – 1925Brelsford Marietta
Brigham, William H. (Dec-1875 – 1957)
William H. Brigham was born Dec-1875 in Washington County, Ohio, the son of Edward G. and Sarah (Eells) Bringham.  He married Nellie Lee Sugden (1879 - 1968) on 14-Sep-1910.  Nellie was born in born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, daughter of photographer Thomas H. and Clara Wilson Ward Sugden.
He began his working career in his father’s grocery store on Putnam Street. The 1900 Census lists his occupation as “photographer”.  Sometime after 1905, he moved to Lincoln Avenue in Lakewood, Cuyahoga County, Ohio were he continued his photographic career until at least 1941.  The 1930 census list his occupation as “owner of a photo studio”
William Brigham died in 1957 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta, OH with his wife.  He was survived by three children
            Washington County, Ohio Brand Names and Years in Business
YearsNameStreet AddressCity
1902 – 1903Brigham and Clogston Marietta
1903 – 1905Brigham  
1905Carbon Studios  
William H. Brigham was born Dec-1875 in Washington County, Ohio, the son of Edward G. and Sarah (Eells) Bringham.  Worked in his father’s grocery store on Putnam Street.  The 1900 Census lists his occupation as “photographer”.   He married Nellie Lee Sugden (1879 - 1968) on 14-Sep-1910.  Nellie was born in born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, daughter of photographer Thomas H. and Clara Wilson Ward Sugden.
18-Feb-1868:  a son was born to Brigham, Edward & Sarah, Marietta
1880: 2nd Ward, Marietta, Washington, Ohio
Ed G. BRIGHAM   Self   M   Male   W   40   OH   Retail Grocer   VT   MA
 Sarah E. BRIGHAM   Wife   M   Female   W   38   OH   Keeping House   NY   MA
 Carrie E. BRIGHAM   Dau   S   Female   W   9   OH   At School   OH   OH
 William H. BRIGHAM   Son   S   Male   W   5   OH   At School   OH   OH
 Mary F. BRIGHAM   Dau   S   Female   W   2   OH      OH   OH
 Bessie E. BRIGHAM   Dau   S   Female   W   6M   OH      OH   OH
1900: Marietta 3rd Ward:
Edward G. Brigham
Sarah E.
Will H.            
Mary F.           Aug-1877
Bessie E.       Dec-1879
John E.           Sep-1880
1930: living on Lincoln Ave, 3rd Ward, Lakewood. Cuyahoga County, Ohio (1930: 230-353 p.14b)  “owner of a photo studio”  value of property 10,500
William H.       55        OH OH OH
Nellie S.          48        PA PA PA
Edward S.      17 (b. 1913)   OH
Wilson W.       15 (b. 1915)   OH
In 1941, he was living in the Lakewood suburb of Cleveland, Ohio.  William Brigham died in 1957 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta, OH  with his wife.
Bryner, Isaac {1858-1929}
Photographer in Marietta, Oh and Callaway, Custer Co, Nebraska
Isaac Bryner and Matilda Sayre were married in Cabell Co, WV 15-Oct-1886.
1860 Farmington, Stewart Twp, Fayette, PA:
Bryner, Josiah                       38        PA       Cooper
Jane                            36        PA      
Rebecca A.                14        PA
Eliz                              12        PA
William                       10        PA
Clarissa                      08        PA
Thos                            06        PA
Sarah Jane                04        VA
Isaac                           03        VA
1870 Laings, Green Twp, Monroe, OH:
Hadley, Samuel         59        MD      Farmer
Hadley, Jane              46        PA      
Bryner, Sarah Jane   14        VA
Isaac                           12        VA
Zadock                                   09        VA
1880 Grant Dist, Jackson Co, WV (133/134)
Hadley, Samuel         69        MD      Farmer
Hadley, Jane              56        PA      
1900 Callaway, Delight Twp, Custer Co, 1900 Nebraska (#157-158):
Bryner, Isaac              head   Apr-1858        M15    WV      PA       PA       Photographer
(owns home free of mortgage)
            Matilda           wife     Apr-1860                    WV      WV      PA
            Carl                 son      Jan-1889                    Neb     WV      WV
            Donzel                        son      Nov-1890                   Neb     WV      WV
Craig, Gertrude         niece   Sep-1879                   WV      WV      WV
1910 Callaway, Delight Twp, Custer Co, 1900 Nebraska (#111-113)  possibly on Camerson Ave:
Bryner, Isaac              head   52        M1       23        PA       PA       PA       “own income”
(owns home free of mortgage)
            Matilda           wife     49        M1       23        WV      WV      PA
                                    (mother of three, two living)
            Carl H.                        son      21                                Neb     PA       WV
            I. Donzel                     son      19                    Neb     PA       WV
Matilda was the daughter of Squire/Squier and Eliza J. Sayre.  Living in Gilmore Twp, Jackson Co, VA in 1870 and Ravenswood, Jackson Co WV in 1880.
Parr, Hazel Mae  05/10/1917  weds Donzel Bryner (source: Loup Vall Queen )
Bryner, Hazel M. (last residence:Mother Hull Home Kearney, NE 68847)
   Date of death: 2/28/1996       age 96     Born: 8/22/1899
Bryner, I. Donzel (last residence 3303 Ave. F Kearney, NE. 68847)
   Date of death:  5/11/1977 age 86    Born: 11/19/1890
   Cause of death :  Respiratory insufficiency
http://www.rootsweb.com/~neresour/OLLibrary/Nebraskana/pages/nbka0059.htm:
NEBRASKANA:  BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF NEBRASKA MEN AND WOMEN OF ACHIEVEMENT WHO HAVE BEEN AWARDED LIFE MEMBERSHIP IN THE NEBRASKANA SOCIETY
 Edited by
SARA MULLIN BALDWIN and ROBERT MORTON BALDWIN
HEBRON, NEBRASKA
THE BALDWIN COMPANY
1932
Carl Holland Bryner was born at Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska, January 6, 1889. He is the son of Isaac and Matilda Arsino (Sayre) Bryner, the former a merchant and photographer, whose Welsh and German ancestors came to America in 1757. Isaac Bryner was born at Uniontown, Pennsylvania, April 1, 1858, and died at Callaway, March 2, 1929. His wife, Matilda, was born at Sandyville, West Virginia, April 26, 1860. She is an expert embroiderer and formerly was a teacher of the art.  She is of English and French descent and still living.
Dr. Bryner was graduated from Callaway High School 1908 and was class historian. He attended Omaha University during 1914 and 1915, and Creighton University of Arts college during 1915 and 1916. He received his D. D. S. from Creighton Dental College in 1919, and is a member of Delta. Sigma Delta.
He was marred to Cozie Ellen Bryner at Grand Island, September 18, 1910. Mrs. Bryner was born at Shell Creek, Nebraska, December 1, 1889, and is of English descent. They have three children, Jean Ellen, born January 26, 1919; Patricia Carlene, born August 24, 1924, and Charles Robert, born June 14, 1929.
Upon his graduation from high school Dr. Bryner spent two years as a photographer, and three years as head clerk in a grocery store. He was later head clerk and manager of a shoe store for seven years. In 1919, he entered the active practice of dentistry and has the honor of having received the first appointment as dental surgeon for the Missouri Pacific Railway, in which capacity he has served five years. His appointment was the first ever given for any railroad.
On September 18, 1917, he enlisted as a private in the United States Army, and took the examination and was given the rank of first lieutenant, but never served; he was discharged on December 8, 1918. He is a member of the First Methodist Church, and of all bodies of York and Scottish Rite Masonry, including the Shrine and Shrine Patrol. He is a member of the Omaha, Nebraska State, and National Dental Societies. His club is the Lakewood County Club. He enjoys golf and fishing, and his hobby is mechanics. Residence: Omaha.
His Sister’s obituary:
Custer County Obituaries
Sarah Jane Naylor       ARNOLD SENTINEL, December 1919
Sarah Jane Bryner was born in West Virginia March 31, 1856, and died at Callaway, Nebraska, December 25, 1919, aged 63 years, 8 months and 26 days. In the year 1880 she was united in marriage to Levi Kennard at Marietta, Ohio. To this union were born three children , two of whom died in infancy. The husband also died about seven years after the marriage. In 1889 she came to Callaway, Nebraska where she was married to J.C. Naylor in 1890. Two children were born to this union, both of whom survive. The father died in November 1899.
There remain to mourn her departure two daughters, Mrs Mary Marrs and Mrs. C. S. Cruthers, and one son James C. Naylor of Callaway; four brothers W.H. Bryner of Oakley California, T. J. Bryner of Reno, Ohio and Z.K. Bryner and Isaac Bryner of Callaway, in addition to a number of other relatives.
Mrs Naylor had been a lifelong member of the Baptist Chruch, and lived a consistent Christian Life depicting in a beautiful way that " The sweetest word on earth, is Mother".
Funeral services were held Sunday on Sunday at the Methodist Church conducted by Rev. B.A. Shively of Cozad and interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery.
Brother’s marriage:
ZEDOCK KOLBO BRYNER 
  Spouse:  ELIZABETH ELLEN DILL  Family
  Marriage:  08 DEC 1892   Callaway, Custer, Nebraska
Birth:  30 Aug 1860  Place:   Stewart Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania 
 Death:  14 Jan 1935  Place:   Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska
Mother’s maiden name was probably Williams
ROSE HILL CEMETERY
This is a public cemetery and is accessible from the road.  Travel 1/2 mile south of Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska on Hwy 40.
   Bryner, Zedock K.,  Aug 30, 1860 - Jun 14, 1935;  Ella E.,  Jan 16, 1876 - Feb 20, 1960
   Bryner, Matilda,  1860 - 1947
   Bryner, Isaac,  1858 - 1929
   Bryner, Carl H.,  Nebraska  Pvt. Satc. Creighton University,  Jan 6, 1889 - Mar 17, 1940
      (US American Legion marker beside this stone)
Brookhart, Charles K. {1898-1890}
Photographer in Rockland P.O, Belpre City, Washington County
1870 Belpre Township(201-238):
            John W. Brookhart    43        VA       house carpenter
            Elizabeth                    40        PA
            Henrietta                    21        Ohio
            Jacob H.                     18        IOWA
            James G.                   15        IOWA
            Arthur M.                     10        MO
            Charles K.                  5          Ohio
1900 Belpre Township (#267-277):
            John W. Brookhart    Head   Oct-1820        79        M56    VA PA PA      pensioner U.S.
            Elizabeth                    wife     Sep-1827       72        M56    PA PA PA      (mother of 6-5)
            Charles K.                  son      Dec-1864       35        M5       OH VA PA                 ??? maker
            Margretta                   Dil       Aug-1874       25        M5       OH Scot Scot (mother of 1-1)
            Grace L.                     gda     Jan-1896        4          S         OH OH OH
1910 Washington County Miracode:
Head of Household J. Harrison Ollom  64  WV
Wife Nettie A 62 Ohio
Daughter Grace E 36 Ohio
Mother-in-law Elizabeth Brookhart 82 PENN
Brown, Eva N.
Cadwallader, James Dallas (Dec-1828 - 05-Nov-1905)
James Dallas (J.D.) Cadwallader was born in Pennsylvania in 1829 (or per IGI: 13 APR 1828   Middleton, , Mercer, Pennsylvania to Eli and Catharine OR Dec-1828 per 1900 Census), a son of Welsh Quaker Eli R. Cadwallader.  His four siblings include Jesse, John, William and Mary.  J.D. moved to Washington County Ohio in 1860.  He was first married to Arabella (~1833 in Indiana, after 1860) and later married Julia Wheeler (1845 - 1919), daughter of Fred A. and Harriet Wheeler.  They had one child, Agnes  (1876 –1921).  The 1870 Census lists his occupation as “Photo Artist”, the 1880 Census list his occupation as “photographer”.
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ELI CADWALLADER
Birth:  17 SEP 1796  Of, , , Ohio
Marriage:  About 1819  , , Ohio
Death:  1819    (1869   , Washington, Iowa??)
Wife : CATHERINE HANK
Birth:  About 1800  Of, , , Ohio
Children
1.   XIMENA CADWALLADER Pedigree
   Female   Birth:  About 1820  , , Ohio
2.   JESSE HANK CADWALLADER Pedigree
   Male   Birth:  1821  , , Ohio
3.   AMY CADWALLADER Pedigree
   Female   Birth:  About 1823  , , Ohio
4.   JOHN CADWALLADER Pedigree
   Male   Birth:  11 JAN 1826  , , Ohio
5.   JAMES DALLAS CADWALLADER Pedigree
   Male   Birth:  13 APR 1828  , , Ohio
6.   WILLIAM O. CADWALLADER Pedigree
   Male   Birth:  11 SEP 1830  , , Ohio
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ELI CADWALLADER   Birth:  17 SEP 1796  
Marriage:  About 1815  , Fayette, Pennsylvania
Death:  1869  
Father:   SEPTIMUS CADWALLADER Family
Mother:   SARAH DALLAS  
Wife:   ELEZABETH HAWLEY
Birth:  About 1798, of Fayette, Pennsylvania
Marriage:  About 1815 Fayette, Pennsylvania
Children
1.   XIMENA CADWALLADER
   Female   Birth:  About 1816  , Fayette, Pennsylvania
2.   AMY CADWALLADER Pedigree
   Female   Birth:  About 1818  , Fayette, Pennsylvania
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1850:  Brookfield, LaSalle County, Illinois (#1359-1388)
Cadwalader,  Eli                    53        M         Farmer                       1600   Penn
                        Jesse              27        M         Farmer                                   Penn
(possible marriage:  Jesse K. Cadwalader to Martha L. Dobbins Mar 04, 1869 Fulton Co, IL)
                        James D.       22        M         Machinist                    Penn
                        Himena           3          F                                              Penn
                        Amy                1          F                                              Ill
                        Catherine       3          F                                              Penn
Martin,                        James                        8          M                                             Ohio
Hanley,           Rachel                        67        F                                              Va
Hanley,           Amanda         40        F                                              Ohio
1850:  Poland Twp, Mahoning County, OH (#1226)
            (boarding with James Brown family)
Cadwalader,  John                22        M         Artist               PA
            (possibly marriage 23-Aug-1857 Fremond, Sandusky, OH)
1860:  Troy Grove, LaSalle County, Illinois (#1565-1576)
Cadwalader,  Eli                    53        M         Painter                        1,000/100      Penn
                        Susan             34        F                                                          New York
                        Jemina                       13        F                                                          Penn
                        Annie              11        F                                                          Ill
1860:  1st Ward, Maysville, Mason Co, KY (household #389):
Caldwalader,             John                35        Photographer            $3,000/2,500            Penn 
                        Amelia B.       31        Teacher                                              OH
                        Basset                        05                                                                    KY
Sterns,                        Thos                26        Photographer                                                KY
                       
1860:  2nd Ward, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (household #389):
Cadwallader, James                        32        Artist   $500   PA  (donna’s comment … married about 1856?)
Cadwallader, Arabella                      23                                IN   (donna believes this is Samuel’s sister)
Tappan, Samuel                    28        Artist               IN
Tappan, Margaret                 23                                IN   (donna believes this is Samuel’s sister)
1870:  2nd Ward, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (household #336):
            (boarding with Charlotte Shaw?)
Cadwallader, John(?) D.      40        Photo Artist    800/1800       PA
1870:  5th Ward, Detroit, Wayne Co, MI (household #336):
Cadwadller,   John                44        Photographer            1,000  PA
                        Amelia                        41                                            OH
                        Bassett                       14                                            KY
                        (by 1900, Bassett has m. Gerbrut Victoria Moody 27 APR 1881 Sandusky, Ohio
                        & is living with their daughter Florence age 18 in Cook Co, IL, he is an electrican.)
                        Francis                       09                                            KY
1880:00:00
 James D. CADWALLADER   Self   M   Male   W   51   PA   Photographer   PA   OH
 Julia W. CADWALLADER   Wife   M   Female   W   35   OH   Keeping House   CT   CT
 Agnes CADWALLADER   Dau   S   Female   W   4   OH      PA   OH
 Fred A. WHEELER   FatherL   M   Male   W   62   CT      CT   CT
1880:  10th Ward, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana (north Delaware St. East Side)
John CADWALDER   Self   M   Male   W   54   PA   Photographer   PA   PA 
B. Amelia CADWALDER   Wife   M   Female   W   51   OH   K House   CT   YS 
J. Frank CADWALDER   Son      Male   W   19   KY   Law Student   PA   OH 
            (by 1900 living in Manhatten, born July 1860 in KY, he is now a reporter/stenographer?)
Bridgett MITCHELL   Other   S   Female   W   25   OH   Servant   IRE   IRE 
CADWALLADER PHOTOGRAPHER INDIANAPOLIS SEPT 29, 1881
1900: Putnam Street, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (#109-126):
Cadwallader, James D.       Dec-1828       71 M 28                      PA PA PA      Real Estate(agent)
                        Julia                Oct-1843        26 M 28 1 of 1                       OH CT CT
                        Agnes             Jun-1876        23 S                            OH PA OH
Putnam, Clara           Sister-in-Law Feb-1850       50 W      0 of 1           OH CT CT
Wheeler, Frederick fatherinlaw Aug-1813 86 W                           CT CT CT
1881 The Register, Thursday Morning, Sept 29, 1881:
“Mr. Cadwallader took some fine pictures of the City Hall as it was decorated for the Memorial services Tuesday evening last week.”
He operated a studio in Marietta, OH under the name Cadwallader & Tappen “Gallery of Art” between 1860-1866.  In 1866, he sold his interest to S.C. Tappen, only to return in 1868 to buy out Tappen.  He also operated a branch in nearby Parkersburg, WV during 1873-1887.  In 1887, due to ill health, he sold his Marietta operation to Bacon and King, former employees.  He then entered the real estate investment business: buying, selling, building and renting.  He also served as a director of the Citizen’s National Bank.  He continued to live in Marietta at 109 Putnam Street until his death 05-Nov-1905 (6760-2).  His obituary lists his birthplace as New Castle, PA, although other sources would say Mahoning County, Ohio.
Many southeastern Ohio photographers served as apprentices under Cadwallader.  He was also known to travel extensively for the era, training other photographers including his brother John (Indianapolis, Indiana and Grinnell, Iowa and Toledo, OH) and possibly his brother-in-law Fred A. Wheeler.   Various sources list possible Cadwallader ventures in these other cities:
????-1852: Chicago, occupation unknown.
1852-1857: Manufacturer of machines in Cincinnati, OH.
1857-1858: ambrotypist in Cincinnati, OH (lived at 264 Elm St.).
1857-1860: may have operated a photographic gallery in Maysville, KY.
1859-1860: operated daguerreian & ambrotype studio in McComb, OH.
1860-1861: located across from the bank (Bank of Marietta, east side of Front between Green and Butler.  John Mills, President.  I. R. Waters, Cashier.
1863:  May have opened a studio in Toledo, OH at 107 Summit St.
possibly his brother John. Say photos backstamped John Cadwallader, TOLEDO!
1866: Detroit, MI (gallery with his brother).
~1885: Cadwallader and Fearnaught, Indianapolis, Indiana (“established, Aug 18, 1872”?)
North Vernon Indiana
Artistic Photography - Cadwallader - Bates Block, opposite Post Office – Indianapolis  (4*2.5)
Possibly Leads:
08-Oct-1861: Emma M. Cadwallader married Edward C. Guild
07-Nov-1865: Augusta Cadwallader married Alpheus B. Quackenbush
15-Jan-1870:  Ellen Cadwallader married Johnson M. Welch  
1870:  53(?) year old Emma boarding with the Susannah Cook Family.
1910:  Julia W Cadwallader Age: 66 State: OH  Color: W Enumeration District: 0150  Birth Place: Ohio Visit: 0004  County: Washington, Marietta  Relation: Head of Household  Other Residents:
Relation Name Color Age Birth Place Daughter Agnes 33 Ohio 1 non-relative
From http://www.mariettatimes.com/communities/gallery/floods.asp:
1920:  43 year old Agnes living on Fourth Street with a nurse; Not found in 1930 Census
Major Welch was married in 1853 to Adaline Carpenter. She died in 1866, and he was a second time married, in 1870, to Miss Ella Cadwallader, of Marietta,  Johnson M. Welch, of Athens, a prominent lawyer and a major in the late war of the rebellion, is a native of Athens County, being the son of John Welch, LL. D., late Judge of the Supreme Court of Ohio. He was born April 20, 1832.
John Cadwallader, Photographer, ART PLACE, 223 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, MICH.
Carobena/Carobine, Andrew
1860 Census Marietta 1st Ward:
            Listed as an “image maker” born in France.
            With son(?) Paul?
Chandler (Beverly)
Chandler (Marietta)
Possible Leads:  Harry H. Chandler, living just three doors from J. William King in 1900 census
Chandler, Kay   (1896-1897)   {INCLUDED ONLY DUE TO CHANDLER SURNAME}
Possible Lead:
Chandler, Kay age ? married Mayhew, Mollie (daughter of Samuel) on 24-Dec-1888
1920 Ohio Muskingum Zanesville Moxahala (?) Ave:
            Chandler, Kay                        head   63 m   OH OH OH     Photographer Gallery
                        Mollie              wife     48 m   OH OH OH
                        Charlotte        dau      15 s     OH OH OH
            Mayhew, Samuel       fil         65 w    OH KY OH
1930 Ohio Muskingum Zanesville District 54:
            Chandler, Kay C.       m 74 m 21 OH OH OH Photographer
                        Mollie M          f 59 m age at first marriage18
Also in McConnellsville (per ebay)
Clogston, Helen W. (Jun-1873 – 1930-1958)
“Just the day for your picture.  We are always busy, yet we always have time, and all the skill and carefulness to make you THE BEST PICTURE YOU EVER HAD."
Helen Clogston was born in Jun-1873 and lived with her parents at 710 Butler Street in 1890. She and sister Grace were the only offspring of Civil War Veteran Charles W. Clogston (1843-1909) and Emily W. Brookover Clogston (1844-1926).  While she probably learned her business acumen from her father, long time owner of Marietta’s “99 Cent Store”, she probably learned the photography by working as an apprentice printer to H. W. Craig.  The 1902-1903 Marietta city directory lists her in partnership with William H. Bringham as “Bringham & Clogston” operating at the former studios of H. W. Craig.  But, but 1905 she is on her own as “Helen W. Clogston”. Helen and her teacher sister Grace (1878-1958), lived as bachelorettes at 722 Third St. in Marietta for many years.
Marietta’s March 1914 flood ruined Helen’s photography business and she spent the summer of 1914 traveling … headed south.  By fall, she has married John Kirkpatrick in Fort Pierce, Florida.  The newspaper account of the marriage states, “The news of Miss Clogston’s marriage will be of interest to the people of her home town, where she has many friends.  One of our cleverest young business women, she was widely know as a leading photographer.”
After her marriage, Helen must have retired from the photography business as the 1920 & 1930 Census list her as a housewife.  She and John are living in St. Lucie, Florida.  John died in 1944, at which point no further trace of Helen has been found.  Her sister’s 1958 obituary indicates that Grace was preceded in death by her sister Helen.
            Washington County, Ohio Brand Names and Years in Business
YearsNameStreet AddressCity
1898 – 1902Employed by  H. W. Craig270 Front Street 
1902 – 1903Brigham and Clogston270-272 Front StreetMarietta
1904 – 1914Helen W. Clogston270-272 Front StreetMarietta
Helen and Grace were the only offspring of Charles W. Clogston (1843-1909), Civil War Veteran and owner of the "99 Cent Store" and Emily W. Brookover Clogston (1844-1926).
Mrs. D. E. Thornem 413 4th st, Marietta (parent of girl with long hair)
Abt 1904 Photographer Grace Virginia Thoenen at the age of four.
Helen Clogston was born in Jun-1873.   Helen first appears in the Marietta city directories living in her father’s household at 710 Butler Street in 1890.  The 1890-1897 directories list no occupation for her.  1898, printer for H.W. Craig at 270 Front St; living at 710 Butler.  In the 1902-1903 directory she is listed in partnership with William H. Bringham as “Bringham & Clogston” operating at 270-272 Front Street in Marietta, the former studios of H. W. Craig.  But, but 1905 she is on her own as “Helen W. Clogston”, at the same business address.  The surviving Marietta city directories between 1902-1913, listed her occupation as photographer.  Helen and her teacher sister Grace (1878-1958), lived as bachelorettes at 722 Third St. for many years. The March 1914 flood ruined Helen’s photography business and she spent the summer of 1914 traveling … headed south.  By fall, she has met and married John Kirkpatrick in Fort Pierce, Florida.  The newspaper account of the marriage states, “The news of Miss Clogston’s marriage will be of interest to the people of her home town, where she has many friends.  One of our cleverest young business women, she was widely know as a leading photographer.”
1880 Parkersburg, Wood Co, WV:
David KIRKPATRICK   Self   M   Male   W   44   VA   Teamster   VA   VA 
Joanna KIRKPATRICK   Wife   M   Female   W   33   MO   Keep House   VA   VA 
Elizabeth KIRKPATRICK   Dau   S   Female   W   16   WV   Home   VA   MO 
Ledalia A. KIRKPATRICK   Dau   S   Female   W   12   WV   Home   VA   MO 
David KIRKPATRICK   Son   S   Male   W   7   WV   Home   VA   MO 
Ruford KIRKPATRICK   Son   S   Male   W   3   WV      VA   MO 
John N. KIRKPATRICK   Son   S   Male   W   6M   WV      VA   MO 
Jane KIRKPATRICK   Mother   W   Female   W   62   VA   Home   VA   VA 
1898 & 1900 Marietta City dir:
            Printer at 270 Front St. (working for H.W. Craig)
            Living at 710 Butler.
1900 6th Street 3rd Ward Parkersburg, Wood Co, WV:
Delia Kirkpatrick       F          1868   WV
Rufus  Kirkpatrick     M         1877   WV
John Kirkpatrick        M         Dec-1880       WV
1900 Ward 2 mtta butler street.
Helen is living with her parents and sister grace.  She is 26 years old and listed as a photographer!
Abt 1904 Photographer Grace Virginia Thoenen at the age of four.
1910 Ward 3 mtta third street
Clogston, Emily (4/2)            68 W OH WV WV     Own Income
Clogston, Helen         35 S  OH OH OH       Photographer/Studio
Clogston, Grace        30 S  OH OH OH       Teacher/City
1910 Ward 1 Wayne St Marietta
Kirkpatrick, John N   30        WV  WV  WV  machine hand iron company
Boarding with the Thomas K. Scott family (foreman at the iron company)
1920:  St.Lucie Indrio Florida Precinct 12 :
Kirkpatrick John        40        VA WV WV    farmer
Kirkpatrick Helen      38        OH OH OH     housewife
1930:  St.Lucie Ft. Pierce Florida:
Kirkpatrick John        50(35) VA WV WV    house painter
Kirkpatrick Helen      50(35) OH OH OH     none
1944 death cert for John?
Name: John Nelson Kirkpatrick
Place: St. Lucie         Gender: M                  Race: W
Volume: 1094                        Certificate: 9222       Death Date: 1944
Helen and Grace were the only offspring of Charles W. Clogston (1843-1909), Civil War Veteran and owner of the "99 Cent Store" and Emily W. Brookover Clogston (1844-1926).
Carte de Visite photo (2-3/8 X3-7/8 inch) of Charles Wood Clogston of Marietta, Ohio. He enlisted April 17, 1861, at Marietta in Company B, 18th Ohio Volunteer Infantry under Capt. Frank Buell. Re-enlisted Feb 1862, at Charleston West Virginia, in Battery C, 1st West Virginia Volunteer Light Artillery. Re-enlisted March 31, 1864, at Brandy Station, Virginia, back into Battery C. Discharged at Wheeling, West Virginia, June 2, 1865. The photograph has a couple of small abrasions at the upper and lower corners on the right side. The corners have been clipped. Photographer was "Cadwallader & Tappan's Gallery of Art, Front St. over the bank, Marietta, O." Written on back is "Taken when was home May 1st, 1864, Charlie Clogston." With the photo you get 13 pages of photocopies of his service and application for pension.
Mrs. D. E. Thornem 413 4th st, Marietta (parent of girl with long hair)
Comb, S. G.
May not have been a portraiturist.  Perhaps his career was limited to landscapes, which he later turned into paintings. 
Possible Leads
1870: James Comb family living in Fearing Twp.
1910: Frank W. Comb family in MC2B-01a
Corner, Everett P. (17-Jul-1876 - 10-Apr-1975)
Everett Corner was born 17-Jul-1876 in Waterford Township, Ohio.  His parents were William and Sarah R. (Sharp) Corner.  He married Ina Viora Davis (? – 1946).  Marietta City directories list him as a photographer in city (?) from 1912-1920.  By 1922, he is listed as the manager of Beverly Tire & Shoe Repair, not as a photographer.
William CORNER   Self   M   Male   W   35   OH   Farmer   OH   VA
Sarah CORNER   Wife   M   Female   W   36   OH   House Keeper   OH   OH  
            Possibly the daughter of Charles T. , living in Harmar in 1850
William CORNER   Son   S   Male   W   9   OH   At School   OH   OH
Carl CORNER   Son   S   Male   W   6   OH   At School   OH   OH
Everett CORNER   Son   S   Male   W   2   OH      OH   OH
Isabella BALLARD   Sister   W   Female   W   40   OH   At Home   OH   VA
Edwin O. BALLARD   Nephew   S   Male   W   3   OH      MI   OH
Daniel E. BALLARD   Nephew   S   Male   W   2   OH      MI   OH
1900: living with his brother Carl in Watertown Twp.  Single, 22 occupation is ‘Artist’ 
1910: Beverly Village, Waterford Twp:
            Corner, Everett   33   8                OH OH OH   Photographer Gallery         
            Corner, Ina V.    31   8 1 1          OH OH OH
            Corner, Alferda L. 3                    OH OH OH
1920: Savannah City, Chatham County, Georgia:
            Corner, Everett   43                     OH OH OH   laborer automobile 
            Corner, Ina V.    46                     OH OH OH
            Corner, Clara A.  13                   OH OH OH
1930: Beverly, Waterford Twp:
            Corner, Everett               53   24 OH OH OH   proprietor filling station
            Corner, Ina V.                57   28 OH OH OH
            Corner, C. Alfreda          23   OH OH OH
07-May-1950 Married Rose Marie Rounds  survived by second wife and son William E. Corner.  Daughter Clara Alfreda Firestone preceded him in death.
I do not believe Corner’s Mother Sarah is directly related to Joseph Sharp.  She is only three years older, but is not a sister, possibly a cousin?
Craig, Henry W.  (05-Aug-1854 to 31-Jul-1922)
Every odd-number page in the 1890 Marietta city directory has a sales slogan from Craig:
            “The leading photograph gallery is Craig’s”
            “Craig’s photographs are always the best”
            “Craig’s makes every variety of photos known”
            “The only ground floor studio in Marietta is Craig’s”
            “Craig’s: Portraits from life size down to a locket”
            “Homely persons get the best looking pictures at Craig’s”
Possibly Leads:
1860:  7 year old Herman (not Henry) born in OH listed in Waterford Twp with father Joshua.
1880: 2nd Ward, Marietta, Washington, Ohio p294D???
 Joshua CRAIG   Self   M   Male   W   76   IRELAND   Retired Farmer   IRELAND   IRELAND
 Julia CRAIG   Wife   M   Female   W   76   IRELAND   Keeping House   IRELAND   IRELAND
 Nettie CRAIG   Dau   S   Female   W   45   OH      IRELAND   IRELAND
 William T. CRAIG   Son   S   Male   W   37   OH   Moulder   IRELAND   IRELAND
Moved to Marietta in 1884 with wife Nettie Messenger Craig.  Mrs. Craig was born at Warren, Ohio.
1900 Census:  Washington St, Marietta, Washington Co, OH
Craig, Henry W.         Aug-1854       45        OH Eng Eng              photographer
            Eva B.             Apr-1886?     46        OH Eng PA
                        (both married one year, she is the mother of zero children)
            Roy E.             Jul-1880         18        OH OH OH     at school
Gilcher, Rhoda R.      Feb-1878       22        OH Ger Ger   home servant
1900: Occupation is listed as Photographer.  45 years old living on Washington Street with his second (?) wife Eva B. (Apr-1854 - ?) and 19 year old son from first marriage Royal E. (Jul-1800 - ?). 
A most curious article appears in at 1908 Marietta paper, but I searched the microfilm for the next ten days after the publication date and found no update:
“   According to information received here in a letter, Henry W. Craig, the former Marietta photographer, may be a murderer, as he shot and dangerously wounded a man named Wilson at Daytona Beach, Florida one day last week …
   A municipal election was held last week at Daytona Beach, according to the letter.  And in a controversy over politics that took place between Mr. Craig and Wilson, the latter struck the former Mariettian and called him a vile name.
   Later in the day, the two met again and Craig pulled a gun and fired three times, a part of the leads entering the back of Wilson …
   The news of the shooting caused surprise and a shock to the friends of Craig in this city, where he made his home for many years before going to Florida.  He conducted a photograph gallery on Front Street at the place which is occupied now by Miss Helen Clogston.
   Mr. Craig was one of the highly respected citizens of Marietta.  He is a Mason and is at the present time a member of one of the local orders.  Since going to Florida, Mr. Craig was interested in politics having at one time been clerk of Daytona Beach.”
1920: living on Virginia Avenue in Los Angeles, CA with his 53 year old wife Catherine (KY OH Ireland)  He is 65, owns his home and is retired. (OH OH OH)
26-Jun-1920 Marietta Times:
“H.W. Craig, the man who made photographs of 14,000 babies here in 10 years, is back in Marietta for a visit, accompanied by his wife.  They arrived Saturday night from their home at Hollywood, a suburb of Los Angeles, California, and expect to leave Tuesday for Springfield.  For 19 or 30 years, Craig conducted a photograph gallery on Front Street.  The couple removed to Florida 15 years ago.  Later they located in Seattle.  For 10 years Hollywood has been their home.  They will visit different cities in the East before departing in September for their home.”
Henry Craig died 31-Jul-1922 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta OH with his first wife Nettie Messenger Craig (03-Jul-1856 – 20-May-1897).  Did not find an obit for him in Mtta papers.  He may have died in Mahoning County?
Royal: They have only been married one year.  Royal was living on St. Cales (?) Ave Ward 3 (1930: 105-118 p.5a)  in Lakewood, Cuyahoga County in 1920 & 1930 Census.  He is asst super at a city hospital in 1930  middle name emmet, wife Helen J. 1917 mgr of Craig Motor co.  born 18-Jul-1880 probabl died 07-May-1925 in Cuyahoga co.
EMPLOYEES:
Dietz, Balzer:                       “printer”
Died 21-Apr-1892 (Wash co cert #1039-2) at the age of 22, buried at Oak Grove
Clogston, Helen W. (Later Kirkpatrick):  Worked for Craig from 1898-1902 as an “apprentice printer”.  Later purchased the business.
Hauptman, Kate:                “retoucher”
Korb, Charles:        “retoucher”
Korb, Emil J.:                       “retoucher”
Lewis, Miss:
Lorey, Florence E. (later Scott):              “office clerk”
Worked for Craig from 1888-the early 1890’s.
Married John W. Scott (1874-1954), son was  John Sheldon who married Ethel.
Messinger, Miss:
Sister to Mrs. Craig.
Minshell, Herbert L:                       “retoucher”
Worked for Craig circas 1890.
Minshell was born in Ohio 25-Feb-1869 and grew up across the river in Lubeck, Wood Co, WV.  He was the son of Frank W. (died 27-Dec-1900) and Maria Reed Minshall.  The Minshall family was originally from Schuyler, Illinois, his father was a geologist.   Herbert and his wife Katherine were living in the Rathbone Addition of Marietta, Ohio in 1910.  They were living in Michigan in 1915 and later moved to Hawk Street, San Diego, CA.  They were the parents of Frank W., Herbert L., Margaret and Jane.  Herbert Minshell died in San Diego, CA 25-May-1956.
HERE AND THERE Compiled from the Schuyler (Illinois) Citizen & Rushville Times newspapers
From 1857 – 1881:
September 3, 1868:  Frank and Henry Minshall gave their old home a visit last week - Frank is now living in Marietta, Ohio - Henry in Neoga, Illinois
1880 Lubeck, Wood Co, WV:
F.W. Minshall             <1839> Illinois  Self  
Maria Minshall           <1839> New York  Wife  
Kate Minshall             <1864> Illinois  Daughter  
Julia Minshall             <1867> Ohio  Daughter  
Herbert Minshall        <1869> Ohio  Son  
Eugene Minshall        <1875> West Virginia  Son  
1900:  5th St Marietta, Washington Co, OH
Frank Minshall           <Feb-1839>  61 Illinois        (married 35 years)  Geologist
Maria Minshall           <Jun-1839>   60 New York   (mother of 6 children, five living)
Julia M. Minshall        <Feb-1867>  33 Ohio 
Eugene R.  Minshall  <Jun-1875>   24 West Virginia  {died 1972 in Oklahoma}  Civil Engineer
Maria T. Minshall       <Aug-1887>  13 Ohio    (Marie Louise Minsall married William G. Selby)
1910: Rathbone Addition Marietta, Washington Co, OH
Maria Minshall           71 New York   (widowed) (mother of 5 children, 5 living)
Katherine Minshall    45 Illinois
Several houses away: 
Herbert L.  Minshall   40 Ohio          (bookkeeper – bank)
Katherine Minshall    27 New York 
1930: Hawk Street, San Diego, CA:
Herbert L.  Minshall   61 Ohio          married at 39 (salesman, poultry association)
                        22 SEP 1908 in Montclair, NJ
Katherine B. Minshall            47 New York  married at 25
Frank W.                    19        OH                              (teacher)
Herbert L.                   17        OH
Margaret                    15        Michigan
Jane                            08        California
Maria Augusta Read died in 1932 in Florida
Frank Minshall is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery
MINSHALL, HERBERT LUCIEN 23 Sep 1991  SAN DIEGO  MALE  23 Aug 1912  OHIO  BEHR  
MINSHALL, HERBERT L 25 May 1956  SAN DIEGO  MALE  25 Feb 1869  OHIO  REED  
Tibbs:
Thompson, Charles:                                 “retoucher”
Worked for Craig circa 1888.  Dies 19-Jan-1892
O’Connor, Hugh  “Canada”
Worked for Craig circa 1888.
Weidner, Henry
Worked for Craig circa 1890.
Born about 1868.
Married Carry Pfaff on 16-Dec-1896.  He was 28, she was 29.
Stephen Weidner Mary Marietta, Washington, OH abt 1834 BAVARIA  Self  
Mary Weidner Stephen Marietta, Washington, OH abt 1834 PRUSSIA  Wife  
Stephen Weidner, OH abt 1856 Ohio  Son  
John Weidner, OH abt 1862 Ohio  Son  
Katy Weidner, OH abt 1864 Ohio  Daughter  
Peter Weidner, OH abt 1868 Ohio  Son  
Henry Weidner, OH abt 1869 Ohio  Son  
Louis Weidner, OH abt 1872 Ohio  Son  
August Weidner, OH abt 1878 Ohio  Son 
Cunningham,
Possible Lead:
College, where he became a photographer and reporter ... of the late Sanford and Laura Francis Cunningham. ... formerly worked for Lakeview Drug Store in Parkersburg. ...
            Sons   Roosevelt      
                        Robert
                        Gilbert
HARRY S. CUNNINGHAM
St. Marys-Oracle, Feb. 1978
Harry S. Cunningham, 91, of 607 Charles St., Parkersburg, died at the Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital last Tuesday, Jan. 31, 1978, after a short illness.
He was born (*June 2, 1886 in Clarksburg, Harrison County), son of the late Harry B. and Mary Brown Cunningham. He was a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Church.
He is survived by a son, Robert E. Cunningham of Akron Oh.; a half-brother, Monroe Cunningham of Parkersburg; a half-sister, Mrs. Russell Adams of Vienna; two grandchildren, James Cunningham of Akron, Oh., and Mrs. Candace Aspromatis, in Germany; and a great-grandson.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Laura McTaggart Cunningham, in 1973.
The funeral was held Friday at the Ogdin Funeral Home, with the Rev. John W. Keck officiating. Burial was in the IOOF Cemetery.
*Error in obituary corrected.
(Daniel Smith Jr.)
ALL 1880’s photographers:
John CUNNINGHAM  23<1857>Missouri              Self     Single             White              Male    Township 7, Shasta, CA 
Robert CUNNINGHAM 50<1830>Canada            Other   Single             White Male    Chicago, Cook, IL
Wm. CUNNINGHAM 33 <1847>Pennsylvania      Self     Wido   White Male    Lodi, Medina, OH
George CUNNINGHAM 17<1863>Pennsylvania Son     Single             White Male    Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
1930 Beaver St Parkersburg, Wood Wv:
Cunningham, Harry B. (retired) 69  with wife Lyda/Luda ( 55,m.at 22) and son s Perry J and Monroe
Cutler Drug Store
Davies, Benjamin D.
1900 Census:  North Huson Street, Wheeling, Madison District, Ohio Co, WV
Davies, Benjamin      30        Aug-1869       M10    WV      Wales Wales             Photographer
Davies, Vannie(?)     29        Mar-1871       mom2 WV      WV      WV
Davies, Leighton       09        Apr-1891                    Illinois              WV      WV
Davies, Neva             06        Jun-1893                    Kentucky        WV      WV
1910 Census:  Market Street  Parkersburg, Wood WV
Davies, Benjamin D. 41        M22    WV      Wales Wales             Photographer
Davies, Vannie V.     59        M19    WV      WV      WV                  None
Davies, Kathleen D.  22                    Ohio                WV      WV                  Photographer - Gallery
Davies, Ruth V.         15                    Ohio                WV      WV
1930 Census:  Murdock Ave  Parkersburg, Wood WV
Davies, Benjamin D. 41        M21yrs           WV      Wales Wales             Photographer
Davies, Vannie(?)     39        mother of 3     WV      WV      WV                  None
Davies, Leighton       19                    Illinois              WV      WV                  Photographer
Davies, Neva             17                    Kentucky        WV      WV
Davies, Kathleen       03                    Ohio                WV      WV
Davies, Daniel
Possible Lead:  14-Jul-1887:  Daniel D. Davies married Frances V. Coulter.  He was a resident of Dekalb Co, IL at the time.
Possible:
DAVIS  DANIEL  F    County Name: WASHINGTON   Date of Death: 8/25/1925    Volume Number: 4822  Certificate Number: 48809
Davies, Leighton D.
1921, 1924, 1937, 1952 Parkersburg city directories:  “over Stern Bros, at 423 Market Street,
portraits & commercial.  Wife’s name Fay. (Probably Mabel Fay Costelow)  Later moved to 309 Market Street
1900 Census:  North Huson Street, Wheeling, Madison District, Ohio Co, WV
Davies, Benjamin      30        Aug-1869       M10    WV      Wales Wales             Photographer
Davies, Vannie(?)     29        Mar-1871       mom2 WV      WV      WV
Davies, Leighton       09        Apr-1891                    Illinois              WV      WV
Davies, Neva             06        Jun-1893                    Kentucky        WV      WV
1910 Census:  Market Street  Parkersburg, Wood WV
Davies, Benjamin D. 41        M21yrs           WV      Wales Wales             Photographer
Davies, Vannie(?)     39        mother of 3     WV      WV      WV                  None
Davies, Leighton       19                    Illinois              WV      WV                  Photographer
Davies, Neva             17                    Kentucky        WV      WV
Davies, Kathleen       03                    Ohio                WV      WV
1920 Census:  Market Street  Parkersburg, Wood WV
Davies, Leighton D.              28        Illinois  WV OH           Photographer – own place
Davies, Mable F.                   23        WV WV WV               none
Costelow, Lawrence R.        13        WV WV WV               none
1926 – home was 807 Market Street
1930 Census:  11th Ave  Parkersburg, Wood WV
Davies, Leighton       38/26  Illinois  WV      OH  Photographer
Davies, Mable                       33/21  WV WV WV
Davis, Miles W.
1924 Pburg Dir:  Davis, Miles W.  424 Market
1930 Census:  Market St, Parkersburg, WV
Davis, Miles   51/25  OH OH OH     Sorter Rayon Factory
            Sarah  45?/19            WV WV WV   Photographer Studio
Davis, Samuel
1930 Census:  4th St, Parkersburg, WV
Davis, Samuel H.      63/28  KY PA KY       Photographer Commercial
            Ollie B.            49/15  OH OH OH    
Davis, Willard H.
1860 Census: Lowell, Adams Twp, Washington Co, OH:
Davis, William           54        farmer             OH
Caroline E.                 48                                New York
Elizabeth                    30                                OH
Walter                         27        farmer             OH
Willard                        17                                OH
Mary C.                       12                                OH
1880 Census: Buell, Lowell, Adams Twp, Wahington Co, OH
Davis, Caroline E.     68                    Keeping House         New York
Davis, Willard H.       36        son      Photographer                        OH
Dodge, Richard M.
1850 Census: 1st Ward, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (40-46):
Dodge Richard M.    31        Daguerrian     NY
Sally A.                       23                                VA
Frank S.                     8/12                            OH      (born in Dec-1849)
            (boarding in the home of Hiram Burch)
Doudna, Sarah B. (Sally)
1880 Census, Chesterfield Morgan Co
Sarah B. DOUDNA    Self     W        Female W      37        OH      Photographer            OH      OH
Anton B. DOUDNA    Son     S         Male   W        11        OH      At School       OH      OH
Duville, Lemuel C.
Dye, Myrta
"Souvenirs and Amateur Photographs”
1900 Census possibilities:
Possibly Myrta K. Dye, b. Apr-1879, living with parents Daniel and Mary  in Lawrence twp
1910 (MTFP04a)
Myrtie K. Dye, age 30 still Living with parents on Philips Street “sales manager/stationary store”
1918: “sold post cards, art pictures, stationary, and Kodak work at 177 Front St.”
            per Joan Pritchard column in The Parkersburg News, Sunday Feb 13, 2005 page 6D, col 5
1920 Census, Marietta 1st ward precinct D Phillips st:
Dye, Daniel H.   80  m    OH OH OH                   
        Mary J.     78  m    OH OH OH
        Mary L.                 50  s     OH OH OH        sales woman art store
        Myrta K.                40  s     OH OH OH        proprietor art store
        Hattie F.    37  s     OH OH OH        nurse
1930 Census, Marietta District 19 Phillips St:
Dye, Margaret L.            62         OH OH OH        seamstress
        Louise M.  60         OH OH OH        sales lady
        Myrta K.    50         OH OH OH        merchant
Possible Leads:
DYE  MARY     County Name: WASHINGTON   Date of Death: 8/27/1921    Volume Number: 3663  Certificate Number: 47960
DYE  DANIEL  H    County Name: WASHINGTON   Date of Death: 3/27/1923    Volume Number: 4133  Certificate Number: 22890
DYE  MARY  M    County Name: WASHINGTON   Date of Death: 5/13/1924    Volume Number: 4471  Certificate Number: 31564
DYE  MARY  J    County Name: WASHINGTON   Date of Death: 8/18/1929    Volume Number: 6078  Certificate Number: 55633
Dye, Margaret L. 1898-1950 buried at Oak Grove
Dye, Margaret A. d.1941 buried at St Marys
Ellis, Richard L.
Born 01-Apr-1907 at Marietta to Ira L. and Nellie (Greenhill) Ellis.  Graduated from Marietta High School and attended Marietta College.  “He had been a professional photographer until his retirement and had been a professional muscian.”  Won several golf tournaments at the Country Club, member of Christ United Methodist.
Married on 11-Feb-1932 to Ernestine VanFossen.  Survived by wife and son, David G. of Toledo; one daughter, Judith A at home; 3 grandchildren; two brothers Arthur G and Albert L. Preceded by one brother.  Died 12-Jun-1985 in Marietta.
Also a location in Cleveland, OH?
1920 Census, Williamstown:
Ellis, Ira L.          58 (25) OH OH OH        gager oil field
Ellis, Nettie E.     51 (19)            OH OH OH        none
Ellis, Albert L.    16        OH OH OH        none
Ellis, Richard L.  12        OH OH OH        none
1930 Census, Marietta, living on Scammel St:
Ellis, Ira B.(?)      68 (25)            OH OH OH        no occupation   
Ellis, Nettie E.     62 (19)            OH Eng OH       none
Ellis, Richard L.  22        OH OH OH        none
1937-1938 Marietta dir:
            Richard and Ernestine living at 105 Scammel; business at 107 Scammel
East Lawn Cemetery:
Ellis, Richard L. 1907-1985
Ellis, Ernestine V. 1910-?
Ewing, Albert J.
1880 Census, Adams Twp
Marquis EWING         Self     M         Male              W         46        OH      Farmer           VA  VA
Eliza Z. EWING          Wife   M         Female           W        34        OH      Keep House              VA  NY
            ELIZA J. FORNAKER/FOREAKER           Marriage:  26 MAY 1868, Washington, Ohio
Elbridge P. EWING   Son     S         Male              W         11        OH      At School       OH  OH
Albert J. EWING         Son     S         Male              W         9          OH      At School       OH  OH
Clara EWING              Dau     S         Female           W        7          OH                  OH      OH Thomas EWING               Son     S         Male              W         5          OH                  OH      OH
Minnie EWING            Dau     S         Female           W        3          OH                  OH      OH
Frank L. EWING         Son     S         Male              W         2          OH                  OH      OH
1900 Census, Adams Twp, Washington Co OH
Ewing, M.L.    65 saddler      (208-236)
Eliza J.                        47
Minnie M.       24 school teacher
            {she married Edward M. Lane 28-Oct-1903, his parents William C&Anna Mary Schneider
-------
Ewing, Frank L.         21 school teacher     (200-226)  {he died 04-Dec-1902}
            {married Mary M. Mellor parents George H & Sussannah Lang on 19-Nov-1899}
Fannie                                    18
Florence                     15
1910 Census, Adams Twp, Lowell Village, Front Street, listed as a “photographer” living with
Eliza J.                        63        8/6       OH VA NY      ???
Albert J.          39                    OH OH OH     Photographer
Fanny B.         28                    OH OH OH     none
Flora F.           25                    OH OH OH     none
Famus
Fischer, Harry P. (09-Nov-1879 – 1949)
Harry P. Fischer was the son of Philip C. and Anna (Wendelken) Fischer.  Fischer graduated from Marietta Academy in 1896 and was employed in his father’s shoe store in 1896.  In 1901, he partnered with Mr. Graessle established the Fischer & Graessle photographers studio.  In 1903, he purchased Graessle’s interest and continued to operate the studio until 1949.
He married Daisy E. Elliot (b ~ 1879) on 01-Jun-1905.   She was born in Pennsylvania, the daughter of John S. and Harriet (Shaw) Elliot.  They had one child, Richard Philip.  Harry Fischer died in 1949 and is buried with his wife in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta, OH.    
Dawes Library at Marietta College houses The Harry Philip Fischer Collection of photographs contains 14,000 plates and films of local scenes and a collection of photographs of steamboats. Donors were Mrs. Daisy Fischer and Richard Philip Fischer.
1900 Marietta city dir:
            living at 317 Second St.
            working at 246 Front Street in Phillip C. Fischer Boots and Shoes
1900:   Marietta City 3rd Ward
FISCHER, Philip            Head     W M     Apr 1831           69 m 20
            Anna A.                        wife       W F      Mar 18??           52 m 30 (?)
            Harry P.                        son       W M     Nov 1879           20 s
1920:   2nd Street Marietta City 2nd Ward
FISCHER, Harry P.        Head     W M     39         OH GER OH      photographer studio
            Daisy                wife       W F      39         PA OH PA
            Richard T.         son       W M     9          OH OH PA
1930:   Washington Street Marietta City 2nd Ward
FISCHER, Harry P.        Head     W M     51         OH GER OH      photographer gallery
            Daisy                wife       W F      50         PA OH PA
            Richard T.         son       W M     19         OH OH PA
Fleming, Edgar G. (Aug-1856 to ?)
1860: Edgar Fleming, 3 years old in Ludlow Twp census with parents Porter (1827-?) and Margaret A. (Binegar) (1831-?) Fleming.
1870: Edgar Flemming, 14 years old in Ludlow Twp census with parents Porter and Margaret.
1880 Ludlow, Washington, Ohio:
Porter FLEMING   Self   M   Male   W   53   OH   Farmer   OH   MD
Margaret FLEMING   Wife   M   Female   W   52   OH   Keeping House   VA   VA
Laura E. FLEMING   Dau   S   Female   W   20   OH   At Home   OH   OH
Ruth V. FLEMING   Dau   S   Female   W   17   OH   At Home   OH   OH
Alonzo FLEMING   Son   S   Male   W   14   OH   Works On Farm   OH   OH
Aurelius FLEMING   Son   S   Male   W   13   OH   Works On Farm   OH   OH
De. Sotto FLEMING   Son   S   Male   W   9   OH      OH   OH
1880: Durand, Winnebago, Illinois????
Peter FLEMING   Self   M   Male   W   65   OH   Farmer   ---   ---
Betsey FLEMING   Wife   M   Female   W   65   VT   Keeping House   CT   MA
Edgar FLEMING   Nephew      Male   W   23   OH   Farm Laborer   ---   ---
           
1900:   Marietta Twp 2rdWard
FLEMING, Edgar           head     W M     Aug 186                        42 m 17                        OH OH OH Photographer
            Ida                    wife       W F      Sep 1861          38 m 17 (4/4)     WI PA Canada
            Leon                 son       W M     Aug 1884          15 s                  WI
            Mabel               dau       W F      Mar 1886           14 s                  WI
            Alby                  son       W M     Apr 1872           8 s                    WI
            Gertrude                        dau       W F      Dec 1873          6 s                    WI
1910: did not find him in residence section of city directories
possibly same as E.G. FLEMING PHOTOGRAPHERS, WAUSAU, WIS.
1920:  Occupation is still listed as a “photographer”.  He is living on West Avenue in Mount Vernon, Clinton Township, Knox County, Ohio with his wife Ida (b. in WI and daughters Mabel (33 b. in WI) and Gertrude (26 b. in WI).
Possibly:  FLEMING  EDGAR  G    County Name: CUYAHOGA   Date of Death: 12/10/1927    Volume Number: 5511  Certificate Number: 68035
Did not find an obit in Mtta Papers.
Fowler, Frank O.                          (1860 - aft.1930)
Frank O. Fowler was born in Kentucky about 1860, the son of William (abt 1828 – bet 1900-1910) and Avorilla (abt 1833 – 17-Jan-1916) Fowler.  Frank grew up in Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio.  He most likely learned the photography trade from his brother-in-law William Fenner in Gallipolis, Gallia County, OH sometime between 1886-1895.
Frank moved to Marietta, Washington Co, OH 1900.  He operated Ideal Art Studio at 290 Front Street from about 1900 – 1913.  His widowed sisters Florence Taylor and Nellie Fenner lived with Frank and helped out in the studio/art store.  It appears that Frank “retired” from the photography trade about 1914, as the Marietta city directories list his occupation as:
            Salesman, Brown Piano Company (1914-1915)
            Salesman, Gerke Chemical Company (1916-1917)
            City Auditor (1919-1920)
            Secretary,Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company (1922-1930)
The 1931-1932 Marietta City directory list his sister Florence Taylor as the owner of his home at 432 Bellvue Avenue, in Marietta’s Harmar District.
Frank never married and it appears that the bulk of his estate was inherited by sister Florence and her daughter Maude.
Burial of father: FOWLER, William, 1828-1910, Beverly, Waterford Twp.
           
1880 Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio:
 William FOWLER   Self   M   Male   W   52   OH   Traveling Salesman   MA   OH
 A. A. FOWLER   Wife   M   Female   W   47   PA   Keeping House   PA   PA
 Nellie FOWLER   Dau   S   Female   W   22   KY      OH   PA
 Frank FOWLER   Son   S   Male   W   20   KY      OH   PA
 Florence TAYLOR   Dau   M   Female   W   28   OH      OH   PA
 Maud TAYLOR   GDau   S   Female   W   7   OH      OH   OH
 Eliza NEWPORT   Other   S   Female   W   21   OH   House Servant   IRE   IRE
1886:00:00
FENNER, WILLIAM J.  Spouse: FOWLER, NELLIE Marriage Date: 09 Dec 1886  County: Gallia State: OH
1898:  Fowler was not in the 1898 city directory.
1900 Census, Third Ave, Huntington, Guyandotte District , Cabell Co, WV:
Fowler, William          Feb-1828       OH MA VA     Grocer
            Avarilla           Dec 1832       PA PA PA      (mother of 4 children, 3 living)
            Frank O.         July-1860       KY OH PA      Photographer
Taylor, Florence F.    Nov-1851       OH OH PA
Taylor, Maude                        Jul-1872         OH OH OH     Artist (Portrait)
1900 Census:  West Spring St, Lima, Allen Co, OH:
Fenner, William J.     Nov-1858       OH Germany OH       Photographer
            Nellie              Dec-1858       KY PA PA
            Ellen A.           Jul-1888         WV OH KY
           
1900: Ideal Art Studio at 290 front street “Artistic Portraits, Children’s Pictures, Carbon and Commercial Work”
1903:00:00
CHARLES H. FENNER, of the firm of Fenner Brothers, photographic artists of Lima, with a well-appointed studio at No. 202 1/2 North Main street, was born at Gallipolis, Gallia County, Ohio.    Mr. Fenner was educated at Gallipolis, and as his older brother and late partner was engaged in a photographic business there, he also became interested. Several years later he embarked in the dry goods business, and for 11 years he was connected with The John Shillito Company, of Cincinnati, subsequently going out on the road for some four years for a Brooklyn firm.  When his brother located at Lima, in 1895, Mr. Fenner became associated with him and they continued in business together until the death of William J. Fenner, in 1903, since which time Charles H. has been alone.  The late Mr. Fenner married Nellie Fowler, who still resides at Lima, with the one daughter born to them Aline Fenner.
The Fenner studio is the best equipped one in the city.  Electric light is used in both the taking and printing of photographs, whenever it is thought desirable.  For some eight years before coming to Lima, the late William J. Fenner made a specialty of outside view photography and the gallery is filled with many beautiful and interesting specimens of his artistic work.  In its equipments and work turned out, the Fenner studio compares favorably with those of cities much larger than Lima.
1910:  Harmar District, Belleview (?) Street (#15-15):
Fowler, Frank O.  head   50 S     KY OH PA  Photographer Portrait
Taylor, Florence sister    68 W    OH OH PA  Retail Merchant Art Store    
Fenner, Nellie    sister    52 W    KY OH PA  Retail Merchant Art Store
Taylor, Maud     niece    25 S     OH OH OH  none
Fenner, Aline     niece    20 S     WV KY KY  none
Fowler, Avorilla  mother  76 W    PA PA PA     own income
1910:00:00
            occupation listed as “photographer”
1914-1915:
Frank working as a salesman at Brown Piano Co.
Fenner, Nellie and Aline
            Taylor, Florence
1916:  FOWLER  AVORRIL  A    WASHINGTON   Date of Death: 1/17/1916    Volume Number: 1851  Certificate Number: 7857
Burial:  FOWLER, Avorilla A, 1832-1916, Beverly, Waterford Twp.
1916-1917:
            Frank working as a salesman at Gerke Chem Co.
Fenner, Nellie (widow of William J.)
and Aline (teacher)
            Taylor, Florence
1919-1920:
            Working as the City Auditor
Fenner, Nellie and Aline
            Taylor, Florence and Maude
1920 Census:  Marietta 4th Ward, Belva St:
Fowler, Frank O.  head   58 W    KY OH PA  Auditor City
Taylor, Florence sister    68 W    OH OH PA  none
Taylor, Maud     niece    35 S     OH OH OH  none
1920 Census:  M Street N.W. Washington D.C.
Fenner, Nellie    55 Wd   WV WV WV
Fenner, Aline E. 25 S     WV WV VA       clerk in the ????? Dept
Lodging at a hotel owned by Henry H. WoodHouse
1922-1923:
            Still living at 432 Bellvue Ave, Frank is listed as the secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.
                        With Florence and Maude is listed as a “retoucher”.
                        No Fenners
1924-1925:
            Still living at 432 Bellvue Ave, Frank is listed as the secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.
                        Maude is listed as a “retoucher”; Florence as a saleslady at Turner-Ebinger (the same place Mrs. Wagner is working.)     Turner-Ebinger was located on Putnam St and called itself “The House of Fashion”, the largest and finest dry goods store in Southeastern Ohio.
1928:00:00
            Still living at 432 Bellvue Ave, Frank is listed as the secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.
                        Maude is listed as a “retoucher”; Florence
1930:  Marietta 4th Ward, Belvue St:
Fowler, Frank      head   69 W    KY OH PA  Secretary Savings and Loan
Taylor, Florence sister    78 W    OH OH PA  none
Taylor, Maud     niece    45 S     OH OH OH  none
1930 Census:  1452 R Street Washington D.C.
Fenner, Nellie    65 Wd   KY KY KY (age at first marriage 29)
Fenner, E. Aline.            45 S     WV OH  KY (government clerk)
Burial:  FOWLER, Frank O, 1860-1930, Beverly, Waterford Twp.
1931-1932:
            Did not find Frank in the Marietta City directory.  His sister Florence Taylor and niece Maude Taylor were still living at 432 Bellvue.  Maude is listed as the Asst Secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company
1935-1936:
            Florence F. Taylor (widow of Edward R.)
Taylor, Maude, Asst Secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.
1937-1938:
            Florence F. Taylor (widow of Edward R.)
Taylor, Maude, Asst Secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.
1939-1940:
            Florence F. Taylor (widow of Edward R.)
Taylor, Maude, Asst Secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.
1941:00:00
            No Florence F. Taylor
Taylor, Maude, Asst Secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.
1941:00:00
???? The three small photos are marked Fowler's March 15, 1941, Portsmouth, Ohio.
Did he move back to Portsmouth?
1943:00:00
            Taylor, Maude, Asst Secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.  Now living at 314 Second Street, 432 BellVue is now vacant
1945:00:00
            Taylor, Maude, Asst Secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.  Still living at 314 Second Street.
1946:00:00
            Taylor, Maude, Asst Secretary at The Washington County Savings, Loan and Building Company.  Still living at 314 Second Street.
1947:00:00
            No Taylor, Maude,
Fowler, Homer (Aug-1872 - )
1880:00:00
Joseph F. FOWLER   Self   M   Male   W   56   OH   Tinner   MA   OH
Mary J. FOWLER   Wife   M   Female   W   48   OH   House Keeping   MA   MD  
Flora M. FOWLER   Dau   S   Female   W   24   OH   House Keeping   OH   OH  
William E. FOWLER   Son   S   Male   W   19   OH   Lawyer   OH   OH  
Homer S. FOWLER   Son   S   Male   W   7   OH   School   OH   OH
1900:   Beverly Corporation, Waterford Twp, Washington Co, OH
FOWLER, Homer           head     W M     Aug 1872          27 m 27                        Salesman
            Clara                 wife       W F      Aug 1877          22 m 2
            Jos F L             father    W M     Jan 1824                       76 W
Possibly:
FOWLER  CLARA  C    County Name: FULTON   Date of Death: 12/14/1934    Volume Number: 7683  Certificate Number: 7635
FOWLER  CLARA  S    County Name: HAMILTON   Date of Death: 10/2/1921    Volume Number: 3099  Certificate Number: 56775
FOWLER  CLARA  I    County Name: SUMMIT   Date of Death: 12/2/1917    Volume Number: 2460  Certificate Number: 80940
French, Olen
Arthur O.  son of Alvin J. and Elizabeth Lizzie (Kelley).
Born Aug-1888 in OH, living Decatur twp in 1900.
1920 Marietta Ward One Precinct C Front Street:
French, Arthur O.       32        OH OH OH Proprietor Auto Parts Store
            Ethel               29        OH OH OH
            Lawrence       9          OH OH OH
            Olin L.             2.5       WV OH OH
1930 Marietta, Front Street:
French, Arthur O.       41        OH OH Missouri        Retail Merchant Radio Shop
            Ethel               38        OH OH OH                 Bookkeeper Radio Shop
            Lawrence       19        OH OH OH                 none   
            Olin                 13        WV OH OH                none
McVey, Earnest         26        OH OH OH                 none    (bro-in-law)
Hart, William R.         38        OH OH OH                 none
French, Vernie F.      64        OH OH OH                 laborer Radio Shop
Olin FRENCH from ssn index:
Birth Date: 25 Feb 1917      Death Date: 30 Mar 1998 SSN:  274-16-0144
Issued:  Ohio.  Death zip code: 44601 (Alliance or Mt. Union, Stark Co, Ohio)
Gage, Alpharetta J. “Retta” Nee Andruss
Daughter of Miles B. and Mary A. Andruss.  Born Oct 1856 in New York.
1880 Census Watkins Twp, Schuler Co, New York (314-346):
Andruss, Miles B.          61         produce dealer               NY NY NY
Mary A.             62         housekeeper                  NY CT CT
Gage, John H.               25         produce dealer               NY NY England
Gage, Alpharetta J.        24         housekeeper                  NY NY NY
1900 Census  Front Street, 3rd Ward, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (51-59):
Gage, John H.   head     Apr-1854           46         m22      NY NY NY carpenter
Gage, Retta J.   wife       Oct-1856           43         m22      NY NY NY no occupation listed(0-0 children)
Andrus, M. B.    Fil         Oct-1819           81         Wd
(with two boarders and a servant)
1902-1903:
Mrs. A. J. Gage owner of Crescent Photo Co. Home at 412 Front Street
1905:00:00
Mrs. J. H. Gage owner of Crescent Photo Co. at 187 Front St. Home at 412 Front Street
1910 Census:  White Bluffs Precinct, Benton Co, Washington State (315/315):
Gage, John H.               head     56         m33      NY NY England paper hanger-house
Gage, Alpharetta J.        wife       53         m33      NY NY NY no occupation listed
1920 Census:  White Bluffs Precinct, Benton Co, Washington State (22/22):
Gage, John H.               head     65         NY NY England farmer-fruit farm
Gage, Alpharetta J.        wife       63         NY NY NY no occupation listed
There was a Crescent Photography Co. that operated at 330 Prospect Street in Cleveland, Ohio around 1900 … perhaps a branch?
Gage, John H.
See Census records above
1900 dir:
            “Photographer” Living at 412 Front Street
1902-1903:
            John H. Gage listed as a “photographer”.  Home at 412 Front Street
1905:00:00
            John H. Gage listed as a “paper hanger”.  Home at 412 Front Street
NOT  Joseph H. Gage (03-Jul-1881 – 16-Feb-1960) who married Bessie M. Campbell 07-Jan-1902.  Born in Pattins Mills to Horace and Josephine (Cody) Gage.
Ganse, O. B.
Gates, Jacob H.
Goff, Marvin M.
1926 Pburg Dir:  W. Virginia Ave.
Graessle,
Graham, Frank (?)
1900 Census 4th ward montgomery st.
            Graham, Frank L.      Head   Jan-1871        29 m 3                        PA PA PA Photographer
                        Rose A                       Wife    Jul-1873         26 m 3 (1-1)   PA PA PA
                        Margaret L.    Dau     Sep-1871       8                      OH PA PA
Possibly:
Graham, Frederick (22) married Boice, Rosa (20) 30-Dec-1895.
Grossman, Fred E.
Possibly:
1920 Census, Muskingum Twp:
            Grossman, Fred 20 S     PA PA PA general farm laborer in the household of Edward A. Fleming
1930 Census, Marietta 4th ward (Franklin? St):
            Grossman, Fred 36 28 M            PA PA PA carpenter house
                        Gladys 25 17
                        John     5
                        Mildred 4
Guinn, Athalo O.
1920 Census:  Market St, Parkersburg, Wood Co, WV
1921 Pburg Dir:  Guinns Studio 603 Market St
1924 Pburg Dir:   605 Market
1926 Pburg Dir:  418 Market
Guinn, Athalo O.        M W 42 Wid   OH WV OH    “proprietor Photo Studio”    
            Lyle                 M W 16 S       WV WV OH
Hart, George H.  {May have lived in Washington County, not sure ever did business here}
Possible Leads:
Is he related to Catherine M. "Carrie" Hart (1856 – aft 1900)?
19-Jun-1889: George H. Hart married Rosa Oliver (16).  She was the daughter of David Oliver.  Both were residents of Washington County.
There was a George H. Hart in Findlay, OH from 1896-1899
Hathaway, J.G. {Trained in Marietta, not sure ever did business here.}
Probably practiced in Portsmouth, Ohio after learning the trade from J. D. Cadwallader sometime between 1869-1875  (Source #6, page 255)
Hopner, Isaac
1920 Census, 1st Ward Zanesville, Muskingum County (Marie St?):
Hopner, Isaac E.            54  m (wife not with him?)           OH OH OH        Photographer Gallery     
Name  Age in1930 Estimated Birth Year Birthplace Relation to head-of-house Race Home in 1930(City,County,State)
Isaac B Hoffmire 67 1862 Ohio Head White San Jose, Santa Clara, CA
Isaac Heffner 72 1857 Ohio Head White Lafayette, Allen, OH
Isaac Heffner 69 1860 Ohio Head White Bethel, Miami, OH
Isaac E Hepner 61 1868 Ohio Head White Jefferson, Montgomery, OH
Isaac Heffner 65 1864 Pennsylvania Head White Chambersburg, Franklin, PA
Isaac Hefner 51 1878 Missouri Head White South Fork, Hardy, WV
Hover, David F.
1880 Census, Steele District, Wood, WV
James A. STEPHENS     Self       M  Male            W         26         WV       Merchant           WV       WV
Victoria STEPHENS        Other   M  Female         W         19         WV       Keeping House              WV       WV
Ethie STEPHENS           Other   S   Female        W         2          WV                               WV       WV
Evie STEPHENS             Other   S   Female        W         11M      WV                               WV       WV
David F. HOVER             Other   W Male             W         44         PA        Photographer     PA        PA
Hoyt, W.H.  (could be W.A. Hoyt … recheck back of photos!)
Possible Leads:
03-Jan-1850: William H. Hoyt married Adaline Vaughn
1850 Census Marietta 2nd Ward (#221-237)
            Hoyt, William  24        NY       Engineer       
            Hoyt, Adaline 23
1850 Census Salem Twp (#140-144):
            Hoyt, William A.         2          OH
1880: possible living in Independence Twp
 William HOYT   Self   M   Male   W   21   OH   Farmer   OH   OH
 Phebe HOYT   Wife   M   Female   W   21   OH   Keeping House   NY   NY
 Chas. HOYT   Son   S   Male   W   2   OH      OH   OH
 Jeremiah HOYT   Son   S   Male   W   5M   OH      OH   OH
12-Jun-1882: William H. Hoyt m. Martha E. Davis (he was a resident of Morgan Co, she Wash)
1900:   Beverly Corporation, Waterford Twp, Washington Co, OH
HOYT, William               head     W M     Nov 1858           39 m 18                        Traveling Man
            Martha E.          wife       W F      Oct 1855           44 m 18 (3/3)
            Jossie A.           dau       W F      Mar 1883           17 s
            Jessie E.                       dau       W F      Sep 1884          15 s
            Carroll               son       W M     Aug 1849          10 s
1910:   Marietta Ward 2 3rd Street, Washington Co, OH
HOYT, William               head     W M     50 m 28            OH OH OH Traveling Agent Real Estate
            Martha E.          wife       W F      54 m 28 OH PA PA
1924:  Possibly moved to Akron and was a son of F. M. who died in 1924 at the age of 94 in Beverly
Hull, Henry B.
1870 Census, 1st Ward, Parkersburg District, Wood, WV
Henry B. HULL               Self       W         Male     Wid      37         PA        Photographer
1880 Census, Parkersburg District, Wood, WV
H.B. HULL          Self       W         Male     W         48         PA        Photographer     PA        PA
CAB Memorial Pretty Young Woman Long Flowing Hair
    * Type Of Photograph: Cabinet Card
    * Studio: H.B. Hull, Paragon Art Gallery, Cor. Third and Court, Portsmouth
    * Photo size: 6 1/2" X 4 1/4"
    * Date: Probably late 19th
    * Condition: Good
Kelly, Henry
Front Street over J.D. Miller’s Confectionary.
Possibly: Henry C. Kelly b. 20-Mar-1822 died 16-May-1876
1860  in Mtta:  Henry Kelly age 36 City Marshall
1870 in Mtta:  Henry Kelly age 48 coal Dealer  (father of Henry St. Clair Kelly)
1870 in Mtta:  first ward (#155-188)
Miller, Jacob  40 M W           Confectioner  4500/875       Bavaria
With wife and several small children.
Possibly a son?  1880 Harmar, Washington, Ohio:
Henry S. KELLEY   Self   M   Male   W   23   VA   R. R. Clerk   OH   OH
Mary KELLEY   Wife   M   Female   W   21   OH   Keeping House   OH   OH
Alice KELLEY   Dau   S   Female   W   1   OH      VA   OH
Kidwell
King, J. William (Jan-1861 – 05-Apr-1907)
His father was Captain Jacob Koenig of Company F. Thirty-ninth O.V.I. who was killed in the Civil War in 1863
1860: 3rd Ward Marietta, Washington Co, OH (#635-635)
King, Jacob   43        Hamburg        Carpenter
Julia                43        Hamburg
Jacob             16        New York        Shoemaker
Julia                13        New York
Caroline         11        New York
Philip              04        Ohio
1870:  1st Ward, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (#253-304)
King, Julia      53        Bavaria
Philip              12        Ohio
William           09        Ohio   
1870:  1st Ward, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (#158-191)
King, Jacob   25        New York        Works in Shoe Shop
Francis                       25        Ohio
Gwen Laura   08        Ohio
1870: Jennie, age 4 living in Harmar with parents Dudley and Sarah?
1880:  East Liverpool, Columbiana Co, OH (#150-187):
King,   Jacob 37                    Bakery                                    New York        Germany        Germany
            Frank  36        wife     Keeping House         Ohio                Penn               Penn
            Wylie   08        son                                          WV                  New York        OH
            Lillian  05        dau                                          WV                  New York        OH
Storck,            George           23        boarder  Baker                                  Germany
King, William 19        boarder  Baker                                  Ohio
1880: Warren Twp, Washington Co, OH:
Julia KING   Self   W   Female   W   62   HANOVER   Keeping House   HANOVER   HANOVER
Philip KING   Son   S   Male   W   21   OH   Appr. To Artist   WURTEMBERG   HANOVER
1900:  listed as a “photographer” living on Front Street in Marietta.  With wife Jennie  (Nov-1865 - 1910) and son Harry P. (Feb-1887 - ?)  King was born in Ohio, both parents in Germany.
married 15 years.  She is the mother of one child, living.
1901:  Working as a salesman, serving as Tyler for the Marietta Elks Club
He married Jennie A. Sharp on 03-Jul-1884.  J. William “Will” King died at the age of 46 in 1907 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta OH with his wife Jennie.
Jennie may have been the daughter of Dudley and Diantha.
“For many years he was a photographer and operated one of the highest class galleries in Ohio where the Carbon Studio now stands.  After leaving that business he became a traveling salesman and had followed that occupation until ill health forced him to give up work … was a member of the Knights of Pythias, Elks, Commercial Travelers and Maccabees … at all times a jovial and pleasant friend and companion, he was like by all who knew him and leaves a host of friends.”  Survived by wife, son and sister Carrie Peters.
Korb, Emil J.
Born about 1863
Married Linnie E. Parker 02-Jun-1891 in Washington County.  He was 27, she was 21.
1900 Census:  Belpre Twp, Washington Co, OH:
Korb, Emel     Aug-1861       38 M9 yrs       NY       Ger      Ger      Photographer
   Linnie E.      Jun-1870        29 M9 yrs       OH      OH      OH      (mother of one child, one living
   Jeannette    Dec-1892       06                    OH      NY       OH     
1910 Census:  Vermont Avenue, Toledo, Lucas Co, OH:
Korb, Emel     47 M20 yrs     NY       Ger      Ger      Photographer - gallery
   Librinia        38 M20 yrs     OH      US       US       (mother of one child, one living
   Jeannette    17                    OH      NY       OH     
Match???  Any idea if related to Charles 'Karl' KORB who married Josephina MARQUARDT. They lived on Grumbach Ave in Syracuse (census 1880 through 1920). Known children are Jacob, Emil and Augustus
Lawson
Maybe also in the Chillocothe ohio area during cab card era
Lear
Loomis, Charles W.
1880 Census 2nd Ward, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (THIRD ST):
Loomis, William B.    42        self      Lawyer                                    Conn   Conn   Conn
            Frank B.         18        son      Student                                   OH      Conn   OH
            Charles W.     15        son      works in photo gallery           OH      Conn   OH
            F. Kent            12        son      at school                     OH      Conn   OH
Lynch, Verne H. (10-Jan-1895 - 09-May-1986)
Born 10-Jan-1895 to Wallace H.  and Lucy E. Haddow Lynch.  He lived in Barlow, Washington County, Ohio most of his life.  1910 Census, age 15 living at home.  Verne was living in Akron in 1966.  He died at the age of 91 in Akron, Ohio on 09-May-1986.
Did not find an obit for him in Mtta papers.
1920 Census Barlow
            Lynch, Wall F.            head   57?     OH OH OH     farmer
                        Lucy                wife     59?     OH Scot OH
                        Verne H.         son      25        OH OH OH     teacher, public schools
1930 Census Medina, Wadsworth Highland Ave:
            Lynch, Vern H.           head   35        OH OH OH     teacher, public schools
            Ruth V.            wife     26        OH OH WV
Marayette, John
1860 Census 1st Ward of Marietta (250-248):
            Listed as a 23 year old “Image Maker” born in Italy
Marshall
Marshall & Pearce, Marietta, O",  and later Marshall & Sugden.  Sample has 2 cent orange tax stamp.
McElroy, Hanson
1860 Census 1st Ward of Marietta (74-77):
            Listed as a 32 year old Ambrotypist born in Ohio
Possibly  Stanton, Champaign, Illinois?
H. MCELROY   Self   M   Male   W   52   OH   Farmer   OH   OH
Mary MCELROY   Wife   M   Female   W   55   OH   Keeping House   NJ   NJ
John ELLIS   Other   S   Male   B   20   NY   Works On Farm   NY   NY
McLaren, Peter (03-Jun-1831 – 10-Jan-1910)
Based on his biographical sketch in William's History of Marietta and Washington County and Representative Citizens, I do not believe that McLaren was a photographer.  I believe that he was the "money man" of the Bennet & McLaren partnership.  Although I found him in every Marietta city directory between 1860-1896, not once is his occupation listed as ‘photographer’.  Sometimes he’s listed as a marble cutter, sometime in partnership as “Meisenhelder & McLaren.
McLaren was borne on 03-Jun-1831 in Edinburgh, Scotland.  His parents were John and Margaret (Bell) McLaren.  On 27-Mar-1867, he married Maria T. Hadley    daughter of William and Catherine (Turnbull) Hadley.  He died at the age of 78 on 10-Jan-1910 in Marietta, OH.  He is buried in the Mound Cemetery with his wife and two daughters .  
Did not find an obit for him in Mtta papers.  Per Hawley, look at 31-Jan-1930 Mtta Times.
08-Jun-1868: McLaren, Florac , dau, born to McLaren, Peter & Maria F., in Harmar
Minx, Elija E.
1870 Census, Vinton PO, Cheshire Twp, Gallia Co, OH
Elijah MINX                    Male                 50         OH        Farmer 
Mary J.                         Female             44         PA         Keeping House
Leon???                                    Male                 23         OH       works on farm
Theodore                       Male                 19         OH       works on farm
Sebaldad(?)                   Male                 18         OH       works on farm
Elijah                            Male                 16         OH       works on farm   
Adolphus                       Male                 11         OH       works on farm   
Lawrence                      Male                 09         OH
1880 Census, Tygart District, Wood, WV
E. L. MINX                     Self        M         Male     W         61         OH       Farmer              PA        PA
Mary J. MINX                 Wife       M         Female   W       52         PA        Keeping House              PA        PA
Adolphus J. MINX            Son      S          Male     W         21         OH       Farm Laborer     OH       PA
Lawrence MINX               Son      S          Male     W         19         OH       Farm Laborer     OH       PA
Elija E. MINX                 Son       S          Male     W         26         OH       Photographer     OH       PA
Mountain State Engraving Co.
1924 Pburg Dir:  620 7th St
Needham, Lydia {~1845 – Aug-1872)
Michael Henry Needham (Ohio) and Amelia Crandall (Conn)?
1850:  Lydia was born in Ohio per 1850 Census
1870 Census, First Ward Marietta (115-144):
            Michael Needham     52        OH      Architect/Bldr
            Aurelia                                    47        CT
            Lydia                           25        OH      Photographing
            Harriet                                    21        OH
            Elias C.                      20        OH      Carpenter
            Joseph                                   16
            Charles                                   13
            Kate                            8
1872:  Married John Lewis Hollister 08-Apr-1872
1872:  Died: 08-AUG-1872   Marietta, Washington, Ohio? Did not find obit in the 1872 paper.
1920:  Times  09-Jan-1920 p.3: John L. Hollister, Civil War veteran and former resident of the county, died at this home at Topeka, Kan on Dec 28, 1920.  He moved to the west in 1874.  Widow, Ida M. Hollister survives.
Pearce
Marshall & Pearce, Marietta, O".  Later sold to Sugden.  Possibly before the civil war.
Possibly William N. Pearce?
Peoples Photo Studio
1921, 1924. 1926 Pburg Dir:  220 4th St.
Phillips, Edgar N.
1870 Census: Ward 1, Knoxville, Knox Co, TN:
Phillips, E. N.             39 M W           Photographer            New Hampshire
Phillips, J. E.  22 F W                                   Canada
1880 Census Parkersburg:
William Jared HILL   Self   M   Male   W   38   WV   Hotel Keeper   WV   WV
Susan HILL   Wife   M   Female   W   42   WV   Keeping House   WV   VA
Heber R. SMITH   SonL   M   Male   W   22   WV   Attorney At Law   ---   ---
Icy Lee SMITH   Dau   S   Female   W   17   WV      WV   WV
Henry Pendleton WARD   Other   W   Male   W   72   VA   Clerk In Hotel   VA   VA
Thomas NOLAN   Other   S   Male   W   24   MD   Clerk In Hotel   IRE   MD
John MC KERNAN   Other   S   Male   W   40   WV   Bar Keeper   ---   WV
Frank EDMISTON   Other   S   Male   MU   26   VA   Water In Dinning Room   VA   VA
Melvin REED   Other      Male   MU   24   VA   Water In Hotel   VA   VA
Otho GRAY   Other      Male   MU   21   VA   Water In Hotel   VA   VA
Edward Green LEE   Other      Male   B   42   TN   Bus Driver   ---   ---
Charles DOUGLAS   Other      Male   MU   27   WV   Servant In Hotel   ---   ---
John CARTER   Other   S   Male   B   27   VA   Night Watchman Hotel   VA   VA
Charles SARGENT   Other   S   Male   MU   19   WV   Servant In Hotel   ---   ---
Staat ANDREWS   Other   S   Male   W   18   VA   Servant In Hotel   VA   VA
York JONES   Other      Male   MU   35   WV   Cook In Hotel   ---   ---
James WILLIAMS   Other   S   Male   B   20   WV   Hotel Servant   ---   ---
Sarah SMITH   Other      Female      ---   ---   Servant   ---   ---
 HENDERSON   Other      Male      ---   ---   Servant   ---   ---
Jane CASELEY   Other   S   Female   B   20   GA   Domestic Servant   GA   VA
Mary BROWN   Other   S   Female   MU   26   TN   Hotel Servant   ---   ---
Bell CRAWLEY   Other      Female   W   25   WV   Hotel Servant   IRE   IRE
Nannie CRAWLEY   Other      Female   W   23   WV   Hotel Servant   IRE   IRE
George WASHINGTON   Other      Male   B   39   VA   Waiter In Dining Room   VA   VA
John W. ROBERTS   Other   S   Male   W   28   WV   Traveling Salesman   WV   PA
Frank MILLER   Other   S   Male   W   26   VA   Clerk In Store   VA   VA
John L. STEELE   Other   S   Male   W   21   WV   Teaching School   IRE   VA
Dave STEELE   Other   S   Male   W   30   PA   Book Keeper   PA   PA
Frank WATEMAN   Other   S   Male   W   26   OH   Bank Clerk   OH   OH
George S. BEALL   Other   S   Male   W   21   OH   Dry Good Merchant   OH   ENG
Elmer E. BEALL   Other   S   Male   W   19   OH   Clerk In Store   OH   ENG
Alfred N. FRAME   Other   S   Male   W   28   OH   Physician   PA   ME
Charles B. GAVENNER   Other   S   Male   W   35   WV   Grocer   WV   WV
Benjamin ROSASCO   Other   S   Male   W   24   ITALY   Confectioner   ITALY   ITALY
John RITTALIATA   Other   S   Male   W   21   MD   Confectioner   ITALY   ITALY
Lewis L. JOHNSON   Other   M   Male   W   30   MD   Book Keeper   PA   VA
Luella N. JOHNSON   Other   M   Female   W   26   MI      GER   MI
Wyman L. COLE   Other   M   Male   W   34   ME   Attorney At Law   ME   ME
Laura H. COLE   Other   M   Female   W   27   WV      MD   WV
Florence Arnett COLE   Other   S   Female   W   6M   WV      ME   WV
William T. FRAZIER   Other   M   Male   W   38   WV   Sewing Machine Agent   PA   PA
Eva N. FRAZIER   Other   M   Female   W   28   OH      OH   NH
Walter A. FRAZIER   Other   S   Male   W   8   WV      WV   OH
Francis A. FRAZIER   Other   S   Female   W   4   WV      WV   OH
Andrew G. CLARK   Other   S   Male   W   70   VA   Physician   NJ   VA
William J. BOREMAN   Other   S   Male   W   29   WV   Druggist   PA   WV
George GRUMAN   Other   S   Male   W   27   WV   Druggist OH   WV
George MC GEE   Other   S   Male   MU   50   WV   Barber   VA   VA
Edgar N. PHILLIPS   Other   M   Male   W   50   NH   Photographist   NH   NH  
Mary L. PHILLIPS   Other   M   Female   W   49   WV   Photographist   ---   ---
W. Parker ANDREWS   Other   S   Male   W   34   NY   R R Ticket Agent   CT   VT
John R. MURDOCK   Other   S   Male   W   40   WV   Grocer   PA   WV
Phillips, Mary L.
Portmess
Rees
Ries, F. Lambert
1879: Ries, F. L. 513 Vine Street in Cincinnati.
Photographer F. Lambert Ries living on Gilbert Avenue (A precinct, 2nd ward)   328/345 in Cincinnati  in 1880 Census.  Born 1848 in Baden of Baden born parents
            Carrie             b. 1854
            John P            b.1876.
F. Lambert Ries did business in Parkersburg during cdv era.
Rice, Hudson B.
1880 Census Bussey, Liberty Twp, Marion Co, IOWA
Rice, Hudson             28        boarder          Photographer            Missouri   Missouri   MO
            Living in a hotel with the Marshal Bussey family
Iowa State Census 1885 Record
Hudson B. Rice
Age 31, born in IL, living in Conway, Marshall Twp, Taylor Co, IOWA
Rippey, William E. (~1836 - ?)
1870 Census:  3rd Ward, Parkersburg, Wood Co, WV:
Rippey, William E.    33        Photographer            NY
Elizabeth                    30                                NY
Alvira                          10                                NY
“Something New. – Every day brings something new to our city.  W. E. Rippey has an instrument for taking pictures of children made expressively for the purpose, and can take an Ambrotype in one second and a negative in five.  No one need say that they cannot get pictures of their children.  Give him a call and you will be satisfied. 
Those color Pictures are splendid.  He is certainly doing a fine business in enlarging and coloring in Pastell and Water colors, also in ink.  Anyone having old pictures which are fading out would do well to give him a call and have them finished in Ink, which will make them permanent.”
From the Parkersburg Weekly Times, June 23, 1866
Reprinted in History & Preservation – Newsletter of the Wood County Historical and Preservation Society.  Vol 12 No 2 Apr-May-June 2005 page 3
Ritter, John Frederick
1921, 1924 Parkersburg Dir:  606 Market
Same photographer?  Ritter Photographers located in Massillon, Ohio
Probably not:  Jas. E. Ritter of Massillon, Ohio
Sayres, Simeon S. (~1836 - ?)
Simeon Sayres/Sayers was born about 1836 in Ohio.  He married English born Elizabeth Ann Jones on 22-Nov-1857  and they had at least four children, William, E.A., Mary and Nettie.  At the age of 27, while living in the 2nd Ward of Marietta, he enlisted in the Civil War in Aug-1862.  He served in the 1st West Virginia Light Artillery Company C as a Private until 28-Jun-1865 {not Virginia}.  Marietta city directories list his occupation as "artist" with a studio at 50 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio, 1860-1861. He lived on the southwest corner of Fourth Street.  In 1870, he is living in Marietta’s First Ward.  The 1873-1874 directory does not list him in the classified section under "photographer", but his occupation is listed as photographer in the residential section.  Diane Gagel lists him as a Daguerreotypist in Marietta 1860, then in McConnelsville in 1868.   
1880 census Ten Mile Harrison County, WV district:
Simion S. SAYRE   Self   M   Male   W   44   PA   Artist/Photographer   N Y   N J
Druzilla SAYRE   Wife   M   Female   W   46   VA   Keeping House   VA   VA
Schuster, J. W. {1898-1898}
Photographer in Lowell, Adams Twp. Washington County
Sharp, Joseph  (Jan-1847 - ?)
1850 Barlow Twp age 3 1(61-163) living with parents William and Martha (no sister Sarah)
1860: Barlow Twp age 13 (273-211) with parents William and Martha (no sister Sarah)
1870: Joseph, age 13 living in Barlow Twp with parents William and Martha
???  23-Jan-1866: Joseph Sharp married Emeline Reed.
??? 08-Jun-1872: Joseph Sharp married Nancy Jane Vanhoy
Not in 1898 dir
1900:   Warren Twp, Washington Co, OH
SHARP, Joseph             head     W M     Jan 1847                       53 w     OH OH OH        Photographer/Artist
            Della May          dau       W F      May 1873          27 s      OH OH PA        Artist
03-Feb-1904: Joseph Sharp (56) married Florence A. Bordermore (28).  His parents are William and Martha (McPherson) Sharp.  Her parents are William and Annie (Boyd) Bordermore.  (both res of Wash Co)
Possible: 1910: Joseph Sharp, age 63 died in 1910, from Little Hocking, former Belpre Marshall
I do not believe he is related to Corner’s Mother Sarah, at least not directly.  Sarah is three years older, but not a sister.  Possibly a cousin?
Connection?
Highlights
Joseph Henry Sharp painting, ca. 1910, appraised by Kathleen Harwood, of Harwood Fine Arts, in Montrose, Pennsylvania.
Joseph Henry Sharp painting
Terry from Portland, Oregon, showed appraiser Kathleen Harwood an attractive painting of an American Indian, which he already knew was valuable. He said his grandfather, who had served in Arizona with the Army, bought the painting around 1920. On the back of the painting, the words "Rabbit Tail" and "Shoshone" are just barely discernible, and Ms. Harwood believes they identify the brave depicted in the painting. The work itself is by turn-of-the-century portraitist Joseph Henry Sharp (1859 - 1953), well known for his paintings of Plains Indians and for founding the Taos Art Colony in New Mexico. Many artists painted Native Americans, Ms. Harwood noted, but Sharp was the one who did so with the greatest sensitivity to his subjects. "He had an ardent desire to portray people as they truly were, rather than over-romanticizing them," she said. Trained in Europe, Sharp ended up working in New Mexico throughout his career. He was known to befriend the Indians that he painted and was also an avid collector of artifacts, wanting to help preserve the essence of what he saw as the Plains Indians' vanishing civilization. In recent years, collectors' knowledge of the Taos school of painters has increased, making the work much more sought-after in the American art market. "It's a burgeoning market, because of the appreciation for this kind of picture and for Sharp's particular talent. What was important to him was what's important to people today." Ms. Harwood put the painting's current value at far more than Terry had even imagined — even though he said he has no interest in selling it — $80,000 to $120,000.
Sharp, Della May
Shepard, L. G. {1872}
Possibly Leander who died 24-Nov-1899
20-Apr-1872 The Mariettan:
            J.D. Cadwallader,
            PHOTOGRAPHER,
            Marietta, OH
            L. G. Shepard
            Operator and Poser
“Pictures of all kinds known to the profession taken in the finest style of the art.  Particular attention paid to Copying and Enlarging Old pictures.
Smeeks, Morris
Possibly:
Morris H. Smeeks 1 May 1913 20 May 2002 Riverview, Hillsborough, Florida West Virginia (Before 1951 ) 235-07-9788
Stanley, Kate B. (~1867 – aft 1930)
She is listed in 1910 directory as "Postmistress, also proprietor of drug store" and as the widow of Arthur Stanley. Listed in the 1912-1913 directory as living on 3rd St with no occupation. In 1914-1915, listed as 'postmaster' still living on 3rd St. Ditto for 1919-1920 & 1916-1917.  In 1922-1923, Kate is not found, and Donald B. Stanley is now listed as 'postmaster'.
1898: Stanley, A. D. listed as a druggist in Lowell, Adams Twp in city dir
1900 Adams Twp (#10-12):
            N. D. Stanley     Head     Oct-1851           48         M11      IN ENG MA
            Kate                 wife       Apr-1865           34         M11      OH OH OH
            B                      son       Apr-1890           10         S          OH OH? OH
            M                     son       May-1894          6          S          OH OH? OH
16-Dec-1900 Don Bertrand Stanley (22 Wash) married Nora C. Bauer (22 Wash)
1910:00:00
            Stanley, Kate B.            Head 44 W (4/3)            OH OH OH        post mistress    post office
                        Gault A.            Son  20  S         ditto                  clerk                 wholesale paper
                        Fred M. Son  15  S         ditto
                        Jos D.   Son   9  S          ditto
           
1920:00:00
Cairnes, William N         59
                        Kate B. 53         occupation none.
            Stanley, Dean                19 (stepson … postmaster)
            Stanley Don B.  41(rural route mailman) son of A.D. and Matilda Toothacher Stanley.
            Nora C. Bauer                41         m. 16-Dec-1900
            Earl R.                          18
            Arthur L.                        16
1930: Dresden Village, Jefferson Township muskingum county:
            Cairns, William N.          69         Scotland S S     General Agent – Insurance age at mar 25
            Cairns, Kate                  66         Oh Oh Oh                                             age at forst ,ar 24
05-Jul-1877: Arthur C. Stanley married Tillie M. Toothaker
Arthur D. Stanley (10-Oct-1851 – 10-Nov-1906)
Tillie M. Toothaker Stanley (~1854 – 30-May-1884)
Don B. Stanley (03-Jul-1878 – 03-Jul-1972)
I think Kate and Arthur were married abt 1888 [between 1884 (Tillie’s death) and 1906 (Arthur’s death)] She then married William between 1910-1920.  She may have died in Jefferson Twp of Muskingum Co.
Stewart,
In business 11-Aug-1929 … photograph of the Frankhouser reunion is hanging in the Wood County Library.
Sugden, Thomas H. {abt 1865 – bef 1873}
Marshall & Sugden.  Sample has 2 cent orange tax stamp.
Thomas H. Sugden was born in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania in 1845.  His parents were James and Elizabeth (Wostenholme) Sudgen.  Thomas served in the Civil War, 63rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and “accompanied Sherman in his march to the Sea.” 
After the war, he partnered with Marshall in the photographic business for a few years.  He married Clara W. Ward and fathered seven children:  Cora M. (Mrs. Frank P. Morse), Charles W., Nellie L. (wife of photographer William H. Brigham), Burt W., Ralph C., Clara B., and Thomas H. Jr.
Sullivan, Charles
1850 Census, Marietta (185-211)
            He is listed as a 56 year old “portrait painter” from Pennsylvania
Syx, Arthur W. (Jul-1863 - ?)
1880:  Adams, Washington, Ohio
 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 A. Jackson SIX   Self   M   Male   W   45   OH   Farmer & Cooper   OH   PA
 Elisebeth SIX   Wife   M   Female   W   29   OH   Keeping House   OH   PA
 Charlotte SIX   Dau   S   Female   W   11   OH   At Home   OH   OH
 Catherine SIX   Dau   S   Female   W   9   OH   At School   OH   OH
 Harriet SIX   Dau   S   Female   W   6   OH      OH   OH
 Cassia SIX   Sister   S   Female   W   64   PA   At Home   PA   PA
 William SIX   Nephew   S   Male   W   18   OH   Laborer   OH   OH
1900 Census Marietta Ward 6 on Fort Street.
SYX, Arthur       Head     W M     Jul 1863            36 m 12                        OH OH OH        Photographer    
SYX, Otilla E.    Wife      W F      Sep 1870          29 m 12                        OH Ger Ger
SYX, Alma F.(?) Dau      W ?      May 1889          10 s                  KY OH OH
1920 Census Akron, Summit County (ball/bell St):
SYX, William A. Head     WM      56 m OH OH OH                        Photographer    
Otillia E. Wife    WF       49 m OH Ger Ger
Shirmuel, Alma F. Dau   WF       29 d  KY OH Ger           Photographer
            Inez M. gr-dau   WF       7       OH OH KY
1930 Census Akron, Summit County (Bell St):
Jones, Wiley                 Head     33 m 24            TN TN TN          Photographer     Studio
Alma                 Wife      39m 21 KY OH Ger
Shirmmel, Inez M.          sDau     17s       OH OH KY
Syx, Otilla                     mil        59s 18  Ger Ger Ger
W. A. Syx, Newark, Ohio (ebay)
Syx's Studio at 247 S. Main Street in Akron, circa 1900
Tappan, Samuel Clay (08-Apr-1832 - 31-May-1904)
Samuel C. Tappan was born in Indiana to Samuel and Catherine (Dykes) Tappan.  He first appears in Marietta Census records in 1860, living in the 2nd Ward in the home of his business partner James D. Cadwallader.  The 1860-1866: Marietta, OH "gallery of art" as Cadwallader and Tappen, taking photographs, ambrotypes and melainotypes, located over the bank.  In 1866, he bought out Cadwallader, only to sell out to him in 1868 . 
1850 Indiana Center Twp Union Co:                                              1860   1870
Samuel                       70        male    farmer NJ                               79        89
Catharine       56        female                        Virginia                       66        77
Sarah              31                                Indiana                                    41       
William           27                    farmer Indiana                                   
Elizabeth        21
Mary                19
Samuel                       18                    farmer Indiana
Margaret        16                                                                                32
Arabella          14
William                                                                                   10
1860:  2nd Ward, Marietta, Washington Co, OH (household #389):
Cadwallader, James                        32        Artist   $500   PA
Cadwallader, Arabella                      23                                IN
Tappan, Samuel                    28        Artist               IN
Tappan, Margaret                 23                                IN
1870: Liberty P.O. Centre Township, Union Co, IN (household #28) (next door to parents):
Tappen, Samuel C.   38        farmer 16,425   $3,000         IN
Emma             24                                                        IN        
1880:00:00
Samuel TAPPEN   Self   M   Male   W   48   IN   Farmer   NJ   KY
Emilly TAPPEN   Wife   M   Female   W   35   IN   Keeping House   NJ   VA
Arbelle TAPPEN   Dau   S   Female   W   9   IN      IN   IN
George L. TAPPEN   Son   S   Male   W   4   IN      IN   IN
            (b.02-Jun-1876 … only child living in 1898)
 Charles TAPPEN   Nephew   S   Male   W   23   IN   Farm Laborer   IN   IN
1920: Centre Township, Union Co, Indiana (household #262):
TAPPAN, George     43        IN
            Elizabeth        43        OH
            Ewing             21        IN
            Dwight            19        IN
            Emily               16        IN
            Margaret        2          IN
Samuel served as a second lieutenant in the 7th Ohio Vol. Calvary, Company H during the Civil War He enlisted from Marietta’s 2nd Ward on 01-Sep-1862 and was discharged in Nashville, TN on 29-Jun-1865.
After the War, he returned to his home state of Indiana and married Emily J. Taylor on 20-May-1869.  At the age of 59, his personal description reads  5 feet 5m light complexion light hair and blue eyes.
Tappan died in Liberty, Union County, Indiana on 31-May-1904 at the age of 72 of valvular heart disease.  Emily died 21-Jun-1930.  Surviving Descendents include four grandchildrennn:
            Joseph Ewing Tappan         (b. 18-Aug-1898) registered for WW1 draft at Fort Sheridan Sep-1918.
                        7296 Lyndover Place
                        Maplewood, MO
            Dwight Tappan
            Emily Tappan
            Peggy Lou Tappan
Taylor, James E. {1898-1910}
Photographer in Grandview P.O, Grandview Twp, Washington County
1900 New Matamoras, Grandview Township (19-20):
            James Taylor     Head     Oct-1854           45         M21      WV WV WV      Photographer
            Jennie               Wife      Jun-1859           40         M21      OH OH OH (mother of 4-2)
            George              Son      Apr-1884           16                     OH WV OH      
            Lizzie                Dau      Sep-1887          12                     OH WV OH
           
1910 New Matamoras, Grandview Township  (#137-133) (Conglor Ave?):
            James Taylor     Head     55         M at age29        WV Eng OH      Photographer   Own Gallery
            Jane                 Wife      49         M at age 20?     OH OH PA        (mother of 4-2)
            Lizzie                Dau      22         S                      OH WV OH
United States View Co.
Vallentine, Francisco
1880 Census Newport Twp, Washington Co, OH:
Vallentine,      Francisco       44        self      Photographer                        OH      France            NY
                        Ellen                42        wife                                         WV      VA       VA
                        George                       21        son                                          OH
                        Benjamin        19        son                                          OH
                        John                17        son                                          OH
                        David              14        son                                          OH
                        Robert                        12                                                        OH
                        Mary E.           10                                                        OH
                        Eva                 07                                                        WV
                        Joseph                       02                                                        OH     
Wade, Charles Amos
(IV) Charles Amos, son of Leonard Cassell and Sarah (Matheny) Wade, was born in Bath county, Virginia, April 30, 1836, and died June 11, 1908. He came with his parents to Wood county, (West) Virginia, where his life was mainly spent. He was a photographer and a druggist, also very active in politics, being a lifelong Democrat. In 1896 he was elected sheriff of Wood county by an unprecedented majority, and he served the four years term in this office. Mr. Wade was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. He married, November 9, 1864, Isabella, daughter of James MacNeil and Agnes Miller (Boreman) Stephenson, who was born at Middlebourne, Tyler county, Virginia, March 20, 1842, and died January 14, 1893. Her father was the son of Edward and Sarah Elizabeth Stephenson; he was a native of Greene county, Pennsylvania, but moved to Middlebourne, where he married; at Middlebourne he was a prominent lawyer, of distinction both in his profession and in politics. Mr. Stephenson was a Democrat, and a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. It will be noted that his wife bore a name honorable in the history of West Virginia, and of importance among the present citizenship of Parkersburg. There are, however, more families than one of this name, and it is often a mere variant of the more common name Boardman. Children of James MacNeil and Agnes Miller (Boreman) Stephenson; Kenner; James MacNeil; Isabella Sophia; Isabella, married Charles Amos Wade; Andrew; Lucy L. Children of Charles Amos and Isabella (Stephenson) Wade; Sarah, born October 11, 1865; Bethie, born November 9, 1867; Veronica, born February 9, 1872; James MacNeil Stephenson, of whom further.
1860 Census Parkersburg, Wood County, VA:
Wade, L.C.    56        toll bridge keeper      VA
Sarah              55                                            VA
Rebecca A.    25                                            VA
Caroline         24                                            VA
Chas               23        photographer             VA
Thomas S.     21        M.E. Minister             VA
Wagner, Harold A. (29-Feb-1884 - 20-Oct-1970)
Son of Henry August and Anna (Daniels)Wagner.  Graduate of NorthWestern Pharmaceutical College of Medicine. Father opened Wagner Art Shop in 1890 and Harold closed it in April, 1970.  For 31 years, he was the official photographer at Chautauqua, New York
Sousa at Chautauqua.  Copyright deposit Harold Wagner October 25, 1925
Library of Congress web site:  Taking the Long View: Panoramic Photographs, 1851-1991
http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?pan:4:./temp/~ammem_jWeJ::
1910 Census Marietta 2nd Ward Precinct C Third Street, Washington, Ohio:
WAGNER, H.A.             Head   50 m 26              OH Ger Ger       Retail Merchant Pictures Etc.
            Anna C.            Wife   47 (1-1)   OH Ger Ger       none
            Harold H.(?)       Son     26 s       OH OH OH        Clerk Pictures Etc.
1920 Census Marietta 2nd Ward Precinct C Scammel Street, Washington, Ohio:
WAGNER, Harold          Head   36          OH OH OH        Photographer Art Studio
            Blanche                        Wife   38           OH OH OH        none
OGLE, Wayne               f-i-law 70           OH OH OH        none
1930 Census Marietta 2nd Ward Precinct C Scammel Street, Washington, Ohio:
WAGNER, Harold H.      Head   46 31      OH OH OH        Proprietor Photographer Studio
            Blanche O.        Wife   49 21       OH OH OH        none
28-Jul-1917: Harold Wagner (33) married Blanche (Ogle) Callander (37).  His parents were Henry August and Anna C. (Darnels) Wagner.  Her parents were Wayne and Mary (Cain) Ogle.  He was born in Wash Co, she was born in Middlecreekburg, OH.
“Mr. Wagner was a traveling photographer and he also had a studio in Marietta.  These photos cover a period from 1913-1949.”
1920 Census listed as a photographer/artist Marietta City, 2nd Ward Precinct C
Age 36 Living on Scammel Street with wife Blanche (38) and father-in-law Wayne Ogle (70)
10-Sep-1950 married Muriel Roeser
Survived by second wife Muriel Roeser and step-son Cresting Whiting, Jr. and several cousins.
Wagner, Henry August (1860 - 1943)
H. August Wagner married Anna C. Daniel on 03-May-1883
1880 Census Muskingum, Washington, Ohio:
Jacob WAGNER   Self   M   Male   W   53   GERMANY   Farmer   GERMANY   GERMANY
 Elizabeth WAGNER   Wife   M   Female   W   47   GERMANY   Keeping House   GERMANY   GERMANY
 Edward WAGNER   Son   S   Male   W   17   OH   Wagon Maker   GERMANY   GERMANY
 August WAGNER   Son   S   Male   W   20   OH   Farm Laborer   GERMANY   GERMANY
 Ferdinand WAGNER   Son   S   Male   W   15   OH   Farm Laborer   GERMANY   GERMANY
 Fredrick WAGNER   Son   S   Male   W   13   OH   Farm Laborer   GERMANY   GERMANY
1910 Census Marietta 2nd Ward Precinct C Third Street, Washington, Ohio:
WAGNER, H.A.             Head   50 m 26              OH Ger Ger       Retail Merchant Pictures Etc.
            Anna C.            Wife   47 (1-1)   OH Ger Ger       none
            Harold H.(?)       Son     26 s       OH OH OH        Clerk Pictures Etc.
1920 Census Marietta
WAGNER, Henry           Head   59          OH Ger Ger       Proprietor Art Shop
            Anna                 Wife   56           OH Ger Ger       none
1930 Census Marietta  3rdSt.
WAGNER, Henry A        Head   66 19      OH Ger Ger       Photographer     Photography Studio
            Anna C.                        Wife   70 22       OH Ger Ger       none
In 1890, started business as Wagner & Minch, at 402 Third Street.  Specialized in custom mantels, but also sold mouldings, frame pictures to order and kept a full line of amateur photographer’s supplies.  Later became know as Wagner Art Shop sometime after 1900. Son Harold went to work for this father as the “secretary” in 1915.  By 1919 Harold was a photographer and a full partner.  In 1937, was using the slogan, “Portrait and commercial photographers, pictures, mirrors and frames, photographic supplies and Kodak Finishing.”  H. August retired from the business about 1940.
Buried with his wife in Oak Grove
Wark,  T.W. or W.S.
1900 Census Marietta City 4th Ward living on 4th Street:
William S. Wark            Nov-1858           41  7     IRE IRE IRE      Oil Operator  emigrated in 1875
Cora M.             1866                 33  7     PA PA PA
William J.          step      1833                 16         PA                    in school
Robert               step      1887                 13         PA                    in school
Thomas E         son       1894                 5          PA
Margret dau       1896                 3          PA
Mayme dau       1899                 1          PA
24-Oct-1903: William J. Wark (20) married Rinie E. Pickens (20).  His parents were William S. and Alice A. (Austin) Wark.  Her parents were Cyrus H. and Marry E. (Huggins) Pickens.  He was born in Warren Co, PA; she was born in WV.  Both were residents of Washington County.
28-Oct-1908:  Robert Wark (21) married Ella Laura Wagner (21),  His parents were William S. and Mary Austin Wark.  Her parents were Jacob and Phoebe Koch Wagner.  He was born in Warren Co, PA.  Both were residents of Washington Co.   Is she any relationship to Harold Wagner?
1910: They are living in Marietta’s 3rd Ward.
There was a Thomas W. Wark at 313 Calumet Street, Lake Linden, MICH during the cabinet photo era.
Washburn, John D.
1860 Census 3rd Ward Marietta (744-743)
Listed as a 29 year old artist born in New York.
Possibly? 1880 Watkins, Schuyler, New York: 
 Daniel WASHBURN   Self   W   Male   W   86   MA   Retired Minister   MA   MA
 John D. WASHBURN   Son   S   Male   W   49   NY      MA   NY
 Ella C. WASHBURN   Dau   S   Female   W   34   OH   Keeping House   MA   NY
 Hellen KESTOR   Other   S   Female   W   13   W VA      W VA   W VA
Waters, Wilson (Rev)
Welch, J. F.
Photo of  Effie Travis:
1910 Census, Williams District, Wood Co, WV
Travis, Marshall L.     40        WV      Manager, dry goods store
Oma B.                       33        WV
Albert R.                     9          WV
Effie B.                       7          WV
1920 Census, 2nd street Marietta OH:
Travis, Marshall L.     50        WV      Manager, dry goods store
Oma B.                       44        WV
Albert R.                     19        WV
Effie B.                       17        WV
Westenberger, George L.
1921, 1924, 1926 Pburg Dir:  410 Market
Wheeler, Frederick Augustus Jr. (1844 – 02-Dec-1928)
It is likely that he received his photographer’s training from his brother-in-law, J. D. Cadwallader.  Fred Wheeler was a son of Frederick A. and Harriet Wheeler.  He was born in Marietta, Ohio in 1844.  He married Laura Wells Franks on 04-Dec-1878 (daughter of Owen and Catherine Parr Franks) and was the father of one daughter, Constance  (1881-1926).  The 1870 census lists his occupation as “Drug Clerk”.   In 1902 he was a “druggist” living in Mansfield, Ohio.  He died in Columbus, Ohio at the age of 84 on 02-Dec-1928.  He is buried in Mound Cemetery, Marietta, Ohio with his wife and daughter who both preceded him in death.
He graduated from Marietta Academy, attended Marietta College and was an Alpha Di Gamma.  His obituary does not mention his photography career, “Mr. Wheeler had been a druggist for over 50 years”.
1880 Census 2nd Ward, Lima, Allen, Ohio:
F. A. WHEELER   Self   M   Male   W   33   OH   Druggist   CT   CT
Laura W. WHEELER   Wife   M   Female   W   29   OH   Keeping House   VA   OH
Wilking, Louis W. (Jul-1890 – 12-Aug-1980)  Jul-17?
Born in Lowell, Adams Twp, Washington Co, OH to Daniel and Catherine Wilking on 17-Jul-1890.  Married Florence I. Mason on 18-Jul-1911.  Moved to Weirton, WV and then to Carrollton, OH (about 1960).  Member of Church of Christ, retired employee of Monongahela Power Company. 
Survived by wife, two sons Thomas V. of Carrollton and Joseph D. of Weirton; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren.  Preceded by daughter, two brothers, three sisters and a grandson.  (no burial location listed). 
1900:   Lowell, Adams Twp, Washington Co, OH
Wilking, David/Davis       head     W M     1850     49 m 25            OH Ger Ger       Stock Dealer
            Kati                  wife       W F      1852     48 m 25            IA Ger Ger        
            J.D.                                                      20         OH                   Miller                           
            Louis W.                                   Jul-1890  9        OH                   at school
1910:   Front Street Lowell, Adams Twp, Washington Co, OH
Wilking, David    head     W M     59 m 38                        OH Ger Ger       ???
            Kati                  wife       58 m 38 (6-4)     IA Ger Ger        
            Jesse                son       29 s                  OH OH OH        laborer pipe line                        
            Louis W.           son       19 s                  OH OH OH        photographer own studio
1920:   Lowell, Adams Twp, Washington Co, OH
Wilking, Louis W.          29 m     OH OH IO         photographer home
Florence I.         29 m     OH US OH
Kathryn P.         5
Thomas V.        3/12
1930:   Marietta, Popular St, Washington Co, OH
Wilking, Louis W.                      29 m     OH OH IO         service man – electric s?????
Florence I.         29 m     OH OH OH
Pauline C.         16s       OH OH OH
Thomas V.        14s       OH OH OH
Joseph D.         5s         OH OH OH
Williamson, Austin D. (1890 - ?)
1920 Census 2nd Ward, Precinct A:
Living on Putnam 30 yr old “photograher” in a studio.  Single, born in WV of WV born parents.
1930:   Indiania  Elkhart Elkhart Co  on West Blaine Avenue
Wilking, Louis W.          41 s      WV WV WV      photographer photo shop
NOT THE SAME?:
NameInducted FromRankCombat OrgDeath DateMonumentLast Known StatusU.S. AwardsForeign Awards
Williamson, Austin D WV Private 1st Class 194th Glider Infantry 17th Airborne Mar 24 1945 the Netherlands Buried Purple Heart Medal
Wilson, Miles S. {1898-1898}
1898: Photographer in Lowell, Adams Twp, Washington County
1910 Census, Williams District (outside of Williamstown), Wood Co, WV
WILSON, Miles S.     46  19ym        OH OH OH     photographer - city
            Grace             41   ch2/1       OH OH WV
            Harold             13                    OH OH OH
1921 Pburg Dir:        501 Juliana St.
Witherell, M. L.
Woolley, Solomon Jackson (~1828 - ?) {May have done business in Marietta area as an “itinerant”}
" An itinerant daguerreian from Zanesville, Ohio, Woolley purchased his first camera outfit in Cincinnati, Ohio in January, 1850. He received instruction from a daguerreian in Zanesville, and apparently for the next year or more visited a variety of places: New Plymouth, McArthur, Logan, Harrisonville, Middleport, Pomeroy, Nelsonville, Athens and Point Pleasant, Ohio; Buffalo and Parkersburg, W.Va.; Decatur, Ind., and unspecified places in the South.”
“I sold my outfit, bought a new one, sent it before me and found myself in Parkersburg, W. Va.  If I had taken a catalogue of towns and selected the one least suited to my business, I could not have escaped Parkersburg.  The dashing of the Little Kanawha had no prospects of bliss or poetry in store for an artist.  The town received me as gracefully as I could expect, having one see the elements which entered into its life.  It was a new comer, like Charles Lamb’s cold spring, with a warm day:
            “Unmeaning joy around appears,
            And nature smiles as though she sneers.”
Born 12-Jan-1828 near Zanesville, Muskingum Co, Ohio to Isaac and Elizabeth Haskins.  He married Francis V. Cromwell in 1880, his home base seems to have been Brown Township in Franklin County, Ohio. 
1870 U.S. Federal Census > Ohio > Franklin > Brown:
1880 Brown Twp, Franklin, OH:
Solomon J. WOOLLEY   Self   M   Male   W   52   OH   Farmer   NJ   VA
Francis V. WOOLLEY   Wife   M   Female   W   36   OH   Keeping House   MD   MD
Emma D. WOOLLEY   Niece   S   Female   W   24   OH   Housekeeping   OH   OH
Sanford T. LEAPS   Nephew   S   Male   W   19   VA   Farming   VA   OH
Jacob T. HULL   Other   S   Male   W   74   MD   Shoemaker   PA   NJ
Columbus, Ohio Directories, 1887-92  has 1 match for:
Solomon Woolley In Ohio
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Name:   Solomon J Wooley
Location 2:   Harbor road s 5th avenue
Occupation:   real estate
Year:   1889, 1890
City:   Columbus
State:   OH
Submitter: Janet L Brewer
Subject: Woolley Family
Message: Searching for information on the family of Harold D. Woolley b. Mar. 15 1888 and his parents, Solomon J. Woolley, born Jan. 3 1828 in Athens Co. Ohio and Frances V. Cromwell born Maryland. Any info most appreciated.
1910 Columbus, Franklin Co, OH:
Solomon J Woolley  Age: 82 State: OH
Wife Francis V 72 Maryland
SIL Sarah Cromwell 74 Maryland
1 non-relative
Rare, Robinson’s Patent Photograph Album / Viewer manufactured by D. Millard & Co., Ohio. Stenciled on the bottom, “Patented April 11, 1865”
Frank Karst Co A 2nd Calvary accompanied David F. Barry to photo American Indians
Cowan’s Historic Americana Auctions, Cincinnati, OH
    * Two (2) R6 - 2c Bank Check orange
    * One (1) R9 - 2c Express blue
    * One (1) R11 - 2c Playing Cards blue
    * Four (4) R13 - Proprietary 2c blue
* One (1) R18 - 3c Proprietary Green
Yates, Phineas H.
1880 Census Waterford, Washington Co, OH
Yates, Phineas                      54        Self     Artist               Mass   Mass   Mass
            Melissa           51        wife                             OH      VA       Mass
            Alfred              23        son      stone cutter    Ohio    Mass   OH
Brown, Eva N.                        27        daught            photographer Ohio    Mass   OH
            Panzy              06        d                                  Illinois  NY       OH
            Jessie             04        d                                  Ohio    NY       OH
            Dexter             03        son                              Ohio    NY       OH
Other Stuff
1880 Artists in Washington County:  (also checked tin typist, ambrotypist, print, Daguerreotypist, photo, image, picture, plate, printer, daguerreian)
Thomas J. BAILEY  Dunham, Washington, OH <1832> Ohio  Something other direct relationship   
Walter TURNBULL  Lower Salem, Washington, OH <1852> New York  Something other    
James BROOKS Florence BROOKS Marietta, Washington, OH <1858> Ohio  Self   
Philip KING Julia KING Marietta, Washington, OH <1859> Ohio  Son   
Lalula BENNETT William P. BENNETT,
Mary W. BENNETT Marietta, Washington, OH <1857> Ohio  Daughter   
Bradford PELK  Marietta, Washington, OH <1844> New York  Something other S. BAWORTH Joanna BAWORTH Marietta, Washington, OH <1806> Massachusetts  Self   
Cecelia E. EXCELL Joshua J. EXCELL,
Emily O. EXCELL New Matamoras, Washington, OH <1854> Ohio  Daughter   
Phineas H. YATES Melissa YATES Waterford, Washington, OH <1826> Massachusetts  Self   
Printers:
David GOSOM Margaret GOSOM Belpre, Washington, OH <1828> PA.  Self   
Wm. SHARP Diantha SHARP Harmar, Washington, OH <1841> ENGLAND  Self   
James ADAMS Clara ADAMS Marietta, Washington, OH <1847> Ohio  Self   
William H. EGGELSTON W. H. EGGELSTON,
Ann EGGELSTON Marietta, Washington, OH <1862> Pennsylvania  Son   
James GLEASON Kittie GLEASON Marietta, Washington, OH <1850> CANADA  Self   
James GOLDSMITH Emma GOLDSMITH Marietta, Washington, OH <1855> Ohio  Self   
By. A. MENBAN Ellen MENBAN Marietta, Washington, OH <1835> Louisiana  Self   
J. W. STURGISS Louisa STURGISS Marietta, Washington, OH <1840> Pennsylvania  Self   
Fred WEISS Fred WEISS,Hannah WEISS Marietta, Washington, OH <1859> Ohio  Son   
John F. CONGDON Sarah CONGDON Marietta, Washington, OH <1855> Ohio  Self   
George COOK Susannah M. COOK Marietta, Washington, OH <1861> Ohio  Son   
Frederick NEUBERGER Charlotte Marietta, Washington, OH <1836> BAVARIA  Self   
Thomas GERKEN William GERKEN Marietta, Washington, OH <1860> Ohio  Son   
William GERKEN William GERKEN Marietta, Washington, OH <1856> Ohio  Son   
Wilson T. POWELL  New Matamoras, Washington, OH <1852> Ohio  Self   
William STEWART Margaret STEWART Salem, Washington, OH <1856> Ohio  Son   
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We offer you this beautiful steel engraving of Martin Dewey Follett, lawyer, Marietta, Ohio. He was born at Enosburg, Vermont, October 8th, 1826.   His father, John F. Follett, removed to Ohio in 1836, and settled at Johnstown, in Licking County, Ohio, where his sons assisted him to work the farm he there purchased. Here the subject of this sketch remained until he attained his majority. He attended Granville Academy and College, and in 1851 he entered the junior class of Marietta College, and continued his studies in that institution until 1853, when he graduated with the highest honors. On the l9th December, 1856, he married Miss Harriet L., daughter of Samuel Shipman of Marietta. From this union a son, Alfred Dewey Follett was born, a youth of high promise, who graduated in his nineteenth year from Marietta College with the highest honors of his class. In October 1873, Mrs. Follett, the mother of this son, died, and on the 6th January 1875, his father, Mr. Follett, married Miss Abbie M., daughter of James Bailey of Lowell, Massachusetts. From this union one child has been born. Having resolved to study law, Mr., Follett did so, and in 1859, was admitted to the bar. Locating at Marietta, he has continued (1878) to reside and practice there. His father having been a man of excellent general character and sound judgment, the sons inherited much of his strong common sense and stability.  John F. Follett, of Cincinnati, is a lawyer of high character, the peer of any at the Hamilton county bar, while Judge Charles Follett of Newark, Ohio, is a well-known and influential lawyer and jurist. Martin D. Follett is not less distinguished as a sound and thoroughly reliable counselor. Like both his brothers, he is a self-made man, having by his own exertions acquired such an education as, when followed up by him, as it was, with energy, proved the stepping stone to his life success.
  We offer you this beautiful steel engraving of John Fassett Follett lawyer, Cincinnati. He was born in Vermont. He is the son of J. F. Follett, who removed to the State of Ohio and settled on a farm in Licking County, the father of nine children, three of whom are engaged in the practice of the law, one of them Judge Charles Follett, of Newark; another, Martin D. Follett, of Marietta, and the third, the subject of this sketch. The family is an old New England one, some of its members having been prominent actors in the colonial movements, and in the war of the Revolution. John Fassett Follett, having received his school education at Granville, Ohio, entered Marietta College, and graduated at the head of his class in 1855. Leaving this institution, he became a teacher in the Asylum for the Blind at Columbus, where he remained twelve months, but on its reorganization, on the election of Mr. Chase as governor of Ohio, he retired, as he found he would be the only democratic teacher left in the asylum. He was then appointed principal of the High School at Columbus, where he remained one year. The income, which he derived from this position, enabled him to defray the debt he had contracted in obtaining for himself a classical education.  In 1857 he entered the law office of his brother Charles, in Newark, where he continued assiduously the study of law. In July, 1858, he was admitted to the bar at Newark, when he entered into a partnership with his brother that was dissolved in 1868, when he removed to Cincinnati where he has since continued in practice. In 1865 he was elected to a seat in the State legislature, as member for Licking County, and in the fall of 1867 was reelected for the sessions of 1868-69, and in 1868 was nominated by the democrats as speaker of the house, and elected by acclamation. He resigned his seat in 1868, on his removal to Cincinnati, to establish himself in that city in the practice of his profession. His ambition appears to be in connection with his profession rather than in politics, for although repeatedly solicited to be a candidate for high official positions, he has invariably refused, with the exception of the two occasions when he was elected to the legislature. On July 12th, 1866, he married Miss Frances D., daughter of Professor John Dawson, of the Starling Medical College of Columbus, Ohio, and from his union three living children have been the issue.
Allen, John D.
A Daguerrian in Marietta in 1854.
Allison
In partnership with Tappin in Marietta 1857 - abt.1860
American Studio
Local Summary
YearsRoleNameStreet AddressCityLogo
About 1921  6 Smith BldgParkersburg, WV 
Art Craft Studio
See:  Borelli, Vincent "Jimmy”
Baron, Herman  {~1857 – aft 1930}   
Herman Baron was born in Austria about 1857.  It appears that he learned the photography trade as an apprentice to Washington G. Smith in Cooperstown, New York.  He moved to Marietta sometime after 1880 and worked for J.D. Cadwallader.  In Dec-1887, Baron and co-employee J. William King purchased the photography studio from Cadwallader.  Marietta city directories listed his home address as the Saint James Hotel (104-108 Butler Street) in 1890 and 1891.  In 1902, the business was sold to Brigham and Clogston.  In 1930, Mr. Baron was living at the Stroud Hotel on Sibley Street in Detroit, Michigan.  He was still working as a studio photographer at the age of 73.
1930 Census Precinct 3 Detroit, Wayne Co, Michigan:
  Baron, Herman  73 s   Austria Ger Ger photographer studio
  Living at the Stroud (?) Hotel  78 Sibley (?) St.
Local Summary
YearsRoleNameStreet AddressCityLogo
~1884 – 1887EmployeeDiamond Gallery Marietta, Ohio 
1887 – 1902ProprietorBaron and King202 Front StreetMarietta, Ohio 
Bennet, William Penn  {12-May-1819 - 31-Apr-1911}
William Bennet was born in Chesterville, Maine on 12-May-1819.    When he was 22, Bennett moved with his family from New England by ox cart, “The trip consumed several months in time, and was one of the events of this notable man’s life.”  The family resided in Sunfish, Ohio for a short time.  Bennet moved to Marietta in 1847 and married Mary W. McKinney (1827 – 1906) on 15-Jul-1850 in Washington County.  Bennett then taught at a small college in Kentucky for two years and also spent two years in Chillicothe, Ohio as a photographer before returning to Marietta at the start of the Civil War. 
Bennet and his wife had two children, Charles C. (1863 – 1901) and Rachel Lalula Bennet Cowen (16-Mar-1857  – 09-April-1926).  “W.P. Bennett opened a photographic gallery in 1862, and has a valuable collection of pioneer photographs”.  In 1870, William and his family were living in Marietta’s Second Ward, his occupation was listed as “Photo Artist”.  Next door is a couple who were probably his parents, William (age 86) and Rachael (age 80).  Marietta city directories lists his occupation as a photographer 1875-1884.  The disastrous flood of 1884 destroyed his building and Bennet retired from the photographic business. No occupation is listed for him in the 1890-1892 Marietta city directories.  In 1893 he is listed as a “dairyman”. 
“Since then he has devoted himself to literary affairs, and many of his articles have been published in leading periodicals of the country.  He was an ardent prohibitionist and single tax advocate, and was well read on these subjects.”
William’s life came to a tragic end, when at the age of 92, despondent and feeling that he was a burden to his family and to the world, he committed suicide by drowning himself in the Muskingum River.  At the time of his death, he was the second oldest citizen living in Marietta. William P. Bennett died 31-Apr-1911 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta Ohio with his wife and son.
He was survived by his daughter; two granddaughters, Janet L. Cowan (b.1885) and Mary B. (Cowan) Templeton (b.1888) and a great-grandaughter, Mary Robert Templeton.  A granddaughter, Anna J. Cowan preceded him in death.
He was survived by his daughter and three grandchildren:
  Janet L. Cowan  (Jul-1885 – aft 1926)
  Mary B. Cowan Templeton  (Jul-1888 aft 1926)
     Mary Robert Templeton (bef 1926)
  Anna J. Cowan  (Jul-1891 – bef 1896?)
1850 Census:
William Bennett  65  M  Wheelwright  Mass
Rachel     60(?)  F       Mass
Betsey     23  F       Maine
Elisha L.  20  M  Shoemaker  Maine
William     31  M  Painter     Maine
Mary     24  F       VA
Rassela Munro (?)32  M  Shoe(?) Merchant  Vermont
Lucinda B. Munro28  F       Maine
1870 Census:
  William BENNETT   51   ME   Photo Artist
Mary W. BENNETT   44   VA
Lalula BENNETT   13   OH
Charles BENNETT   6   OH
1872 Marietta Register, 15-Aug-1872:
  W. P. Bennet     Peter M’Laren
     DIAMOND
     Gallery!
  On First Floor, Opposite Post Office
       Bennet & McLaren
1880 Census:
William P. BENNETT   Self   M   Male   W   60   ME   Photographer   ME   ME
Mary W. BENNETT   Wife   M   Female   W   53   VA   Keeping House   MD   VA
Lalula BENNETT   Dau   S   Female   W   23   OH   Artist   ME   VA
Charles C. BENNETT   Son   S   Male   W   16   OH   At School   ME   VA
Nancy MCKINNEY   SisterL   S   Female   W   37   OH   Pantsmaker   MD   VA
1900 Census:
William P. BENNETT   Self  
Mary W. BENNETT   Wife  
Lalula BENNETT Cowen   Dau  
  James E. Cowen  sil
  3 grandchildren
Local Summary
YearsRoleBrand NameStreet AddressCityLogo
1862 – 1868ProprietorW.P. Bennet Marietta, OH 
1868 – 1873ProprietorBennet and McLaren Marietta, OH 
1873 – 1884ProprietorDiamond Gallery Marietta, OH 
Berkley, Orlando E.  (Mar-1860 - ?)
Orlando E. Berkley was born in 1861 to Josephus (b.1831) and Sarah (b.1840) Berkley in Fairfield Township, Washington County, Ohio.  He lived in Barlow, Ohio for a while and then moved to Malta, Morgan County, Ohio sometime before 1920.  The only evidence of his photography career exists with his logo, as per census records, he held many other occupations including coal miner, house builder and barber.
1860 Census only list a Thomas, no O.E. in the household.
1880 Fairfield Twp, Washington Co, OH:
1880 Fairfield Twp, Washington Co, OH:
Josephus BERKLEY   Self   M   Male   W   49   OH   Coal Miner   VA   VA
Sarah BERKLEY   Wife   M   Female   W   40   OH   Keeping House   VA   OH
Arlando BERKLEY   Son   S   Male   W   19   OH   Coal Miner   VA   VA
Nancy BERKLEY   Dau   S   Female   W   17   OH   Domestic   VA   VA
1890 civil war census lists a Josephus B. Berkley in Barlow Township as a private I 194 Ohio Inf "gunshot wound in head and shoulder.
1900 Barlow Twp, Washington Co, OH  occupation is listed as ‘house builder’
Berkley,  Sarah    Head  W F  May 1840  60 w 39  (3/2)
BERKLEY, Orlando E.   Head  W M  Mar 1860   39 m 7    (farmer)
Alice S.    Wife  W F  May 1872   29 m 7 (0 children)   
Mc? Virgin E.    sis-I-lw  W F  Feb 1887  18 s
1920 Malta, Morgan County, OH:
Berkley, Orlando E.  59  OH  Barber
Berkely, Della     48  OH
1930 Malta, Morgan County, OH:
Berkley, Orlando E.  69  OH  Proprietor Barber Shop
Berkely, Della     49  OH  (m. abt 1892)
Local Summary
YearsRoleBrand NameStreet AddressCityLogo
About 1900 O. E. Berkley   
Borelli, Vincent "Jimmy" (Mar-1860 - ?)
Artcraft Studio began in 1925 by Vincent "Jimmy" Borrelli, an Italian immigrant naturalized in 1906.  It operated at 430 7th Street until about 1930.  It Vincent died in 1981, the studio was left to his son, Paul. As of 2005, “Artcraft Studio is now celebrating 80 years in business! The studio is home to over 6,000 negatives taken in the Parkersburg, WV area. Dates of photographs range from the 1880’s to the 1970’s. Subjects include, past businesses, factories, buildings, movie theaters, hotels, restaurants, schools, churches, automobiles, trains, streetcars, steamboats, street scenes, flood scenes, residents and celebrities who have visited Parkersburg, and much more!”
1926 Pburg Dir:  430 7th St
1930 6th St Parkersburg, Wood Co, WV:
Borrelli, Vincenza  53 Wd  Italy  Italy  Italy 
  Joe     23  WV  Italy  Italy 
  Mario     17  WV  Italy  Italy
  Christena  13  WV  Italy  Italy
  Thomas  10  WV  Italy  Italy
Borrelli, Charles P.  34  Italy  Italy  Italy
  Martha     27  Italy  Italy  Italy
  Augustine  5  WV  Italy  Italy
  Herma     1  WV  Italy  Italy
Borrelli, Vincent A.  32  Italy  Italy  Italy  Photographer, naturalized in 1906, m. age 30
  Mary M.  26  Penn  Italy  Italy
  Paul A.  1 9/12  WV  Italy  Penn
Local Summary
YearsRoleBrand NameStreet AddressCityLogo
1925- Art Craft Studio430 7th StreetParkersburg, WV 
           
Bosworth, Sala
1860 Census 3rd Ward Marietta (744-743)
Listed as a 53 year old artist born in Massachusetts.
Check out:  1892 Centennial edition of Henry Howe's Historical Recollections of Ohio.
Brelsford, Robert (1868 – 1920-1930)
Brelsford was born in 1868 in Kentucky and was married in 1909 in Mayfield to the former Mary Virginia Wright (b.1883).  They lived in Kentucky until at least 1913.  They lived in West Virginia for most of 1914 and 1915 before moving to Marietta around 1916.
Possibly: (id#10735) Robert Edward Brelsford (14-Feb-1868 in Evansville, IN) m. Mary Virginia Wright (b. 02-Sep-1883) in Mayfield, KY in 1909  (donna – look for connection to Cadwallader based on Maysfield location)
1900:  (Post St?) District 62, Ward #2, Spokane, Spokane Co, Washington State:
Brelsford, Robert E. Feb-1869 31 single KY Scotland KY                       photographer
Living in a boarding house with two other photographers:
Stanton, John B.        1869   30 single  Mass Ireland Ireland        photographer
Callahan, John D.      1876   23 single   NY  NJ  NJ                       photographer
1910:  Broadway Street, Mayfield City, Graves County, Kentucky:        
Brelsford, Robert       42  married 5/12       Indiana  Indiana  Indiana       photographer in office
            Mary G.           26
1918: corner of Front and Butler:  “I photograph people as they are”.
1920 Census lists his occupation as “Photographer-owns studio”.  The Marietta city directories show his business located at 202 Front Street, the former location of J.D. Cadwallader and Bringham & Clogston.  The Brelsford family lived on Scammel Street, there were four children, Robert Jr. (b.1911), Anna May (b. 1913), Emma (b 1915) and Susan (b. 1919).  Born in Kentucky of Kentucky born parents.  Looks like he was living in Kentucky for 1st two children, Emma born in West Virginia and Susan in Ohio.
Mary and all four children are found living on Magnolia Avenue in Knoxville, Tennessee in the 1930 Census.  Sadly, Mary is listed as a widow.
            Washington County, Ohio Brand Names and Years in Business
YearsNameStreet AddressCity
1916 – 1925Brelsford Marietta
Brigham, William H. (Dec-1875 – 1957)
William H. Brigham was born Dec-1875 in Washington County, Ohio, the son of Edward G. and Sarah (Eells) Bringham.  He married Nellie Lee Sugden (1879 - 1968) on 14-Sep-1910.  Nellie was born in born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, daughter of photographer Thomas H. and Clara Wilson Ward Sugden.
He began his working career in his father’s grocery store on Putnam Street. The 1900 Census lists his occupation as “photographer”.  Sometime after 1905, he moved to Lincoln Avenue in Lakewood, Cuyahoga County, Ohio were he continued his photographic career until at least 1941.  The 1930 census list his occupation as “owner of a photo studio”
William Brigham died in 1957 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta, OH with his wife.  He was survived by three children
            Washington County, Ohio Brand Names and Years in Business
YearsNameStreet AddressCity
1902 – 1903Brigham and Clogston Marietta
1903 – 1905Brigham  
1905Carbon Studios  
William H. Brigham was born Dec-1875 in Washington County, Ohio, the son of Edward G. and Sarah (Eells) Bringham.  Worked in his father’s grocery store on Putnam Street.  The 1900 Census lists his occupation as “photographer”.   He married Nellie Lee Sugden (1879 - 1968) on 14-Sep-1910.  Nellie was born in born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, daughter of photographer Thomas H. and Clara Wilson Ward Sugden.
18-Feb-1868:  a son was born to Brigham, Edward & Sarah, Marietta
1880: 2nd Ward, Marietta, Washington, Ohio
Ed G. BRIGHAM   Self   M   Male   W   40   OH   Retail Grocer   VT   MA
 Sarah E. BRIGHAM   Wife   M   Female   W   38   OH   Keeping House   NY   MA
 Carrie E. BRIGHAM   Dau   S   Female   W   9   OH   At School   OH   OH
 William H. BRIGHAM   Son   S   Male   W   5   OH   At School   OH   OH
 Mary F. BRIGHAM   Dau   S   Female   W   2   OH      OH   OH
 Bessie E. BRIGHAM   Dau   S   Female   W   6M   OH      OH   OH
1900: Marietta 3rd Ward:
Edward G. Brigham
Sarah E.
Will H.            
Mary F.           Aug-1877
Bessie E.       Dec-1879
John E.           Sep-1880
1930: living on Lincoln Ave, 3rd Ward, Lakewood. Cuyahoga County, Ohio (1930: 230-353 p.14b)  “owner of a photo studio”  value of property 10,500
William H.       55        OH OH OH
Nellie S.          48        PA PA PA
Edward S.      17 (b. 1913)   OH
Wilson W.       15 (b. 1915)   OH
In 1941, he was living in the Lakewood suburb of Cleveland, Ohio.  William Brigham died in 1957 and is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta, OH  with his wife.
Bryner, Isaac {1858-1929}
Photographer in Marietta, Oh and Callaway, Custer Co, Nebraska
Isaac Bryner and Matilda Sayre were married in Cabell Co, WV 15-Oct-1886.
1860 Farmington, Stewart Twp, Fayette, PA:
Bryner, Josiah                       38        PA       Cooper
Jane                            36        PA      
Rebecca A.                14        PA
Eliz                              12        PA
William                       10        PA
Clarissa                      08        PA
Thos                            06        PA
Sarah Jane                04        VA
Isaac                           03        VA
1870 Laings, Green Twp, Monroe, OH:
Hadley, Samuel         59        MD      Farmer
Hadley, Jane              46        PA      
Bryner, Sarah Jane   14        VA
Isaac                           12        VA
Zadock                                   09        VA
1880 Grant Dist, Jackson Co, WV (133/134)
Hadley, Samuel         69        MD      Farmer
Hadley, Jane              56        PA      
1900 Callaway, Delight Twp, Custer Co, 1900 Nebraska (#157-158):
Bryner, Isaac              head   Apr-1858        M15    WV      PA       PA       Photographer
(owns home free of mortgage)
            Matilda           wife     Apr-1860                    WV      WV      PA
            Carl                 son      Jan-1889                    Neb     WV      WV
            Donzel                        son      Nov-1890                   Neb     WV      WV
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