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151
Edwards Brothers (1921)
Edwards Brothers (1921)
Status: Located; Working at the Clark Island quarry 
 
152
Edwards Home, Clark Island, Maine (1918)
Edwards Home, Clark Island, Maine (1918)
Status: Located;  
 
153
Edwards Siblings (1907)
Edwards Siblings (1907)
Status: Located; Taken just before Daniel emigrated to America: Daniel (17), Mary (29), Abigail (15), and Nellie (19). 
 
154
Edwards Siblings (About 1926)
Edwards Siblings (About 1926)
Status: Located; Taken in the yard of John "Yankee Jack" Edwards. The girl on the left is either Muriel or Mona. 
 
155
Edwards' Quarry at Chapel Farm, Clee Hill
Edwards' Quarry at Chapel Farm, Clee Hill
Status: Located; This quarry was run by twin brothers William and John Edwards. 
 
156
Edwards/Hickman - Domesday Chimney House (c. 1950)
Edwards/Hickman - Domesday Chimney House (c. 1950)
Status: Located; In describing the photograph, Nellie Edwards (seated) said the brass warming pan hanging on the left wall was her mother's. Her mother used to put hot cinders in it and move it between the sheets to warm them up. At the time she said the electric plug on the wall in back of the chair was new - 48 pounds and worth it.  
 
157
Edwards/Hickman Home - Faulkner's Fold
Edwards/Hickman Home - Faulkner's Fold
Status: Located; Faulkner's Fold Grandfather's Clock - Notice the photograph of Grandfather Edward Edwards on the wall next to the clock - and the beautiful ceiling beams. 
 
158
Edwards/Hickman Home - Faulkners Fold (1994)
Edwards/Hickman Home - Faulkners Fold (1994)
Status: Located; Sandra Edwards remembers...
We found Faulkner's Fold, the Chimney House, just down this narrow cindery road. Our driver suggested that we go to the door and explain we were the Edwards from America. The owner was a lovely old man, Mr. Taylor, whose wife was in a nursing home. Without hesitation, he asked us in and offered us a drink.

Declining, he then offered us a cup of tea, to which we said yes, and he put the electric teapot on. We couldn't believe it, but he said we could wander the house and take any photos we wanted - except no photos of him. The house still had the same beautiful ceiling beams that were always there.

If you compare the old photo with the one taken of Dan outside the house, you will see that a new dormer has been added, the middle chimney taken down and the door moved. Beryl Penfold has told us the house is now a registered landmark and can not be changed on the outside. Considering it is about one thousand years old, it is in very good condition, both inside and outside.

Needless to say, it was quite a day for us and especially for Dan - to be standing in the home where his father had grown up. 
 
159
Edwards/Hickman Home - Faulkners Fold (ca. 1950)
Edwards/Hickman Home - Faulkners Fold (ca. 1950)
Status: Located; The Faulkner's Fold house is over 1000 years old and was owned by the Edwards' clan for generations. It is listed in the Domesday Book. It was identified as the "Chimney House" because of the tremendous chimney on one end of the house. 
 
160
Edwin (Ted) Edwards (1870-1918)
Edwin (Ted) Edwards (1870-1918)
Status: Located; About 1915 at Long Cove Quarry 
 
161
Edwin and Barbara (Griggs) Edwards
Edwin and Barbara (Griggs) Edwards
Status: Located;  
 
162
Edwin and Corinne (Howard) Edwards & Chaildren (1962)
Edwin and Corinne (Howard) Edwards & Chaildren (1962)
Status: Located;  
 
163
Edwin Charles (Ned) Cushman 1838-1909
Edwin Charles (Ned) Cushman 1838-1909
Status: Located; Nephew and adopted son of Charlotte S. Cushman.

Citation: Edwin Charles Cushman; Charlotte Cushman Photo Album, Cushman Papers, pg 1; Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. 
 
164
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
165
Edwin R. Edwards, Sr. 1894-1979
Edwin R. Edwards, Sr. 1894-1979
Status: Located; About 1912 (age 18) 
 
166
Edwin Richard Edwards, Jr.
Edwin Richard Edwards, Jr.
Status: Located; This "mug" shot was taken about 1997 after Barbara and I were robbed in friendly Brisbane and deprived of all our money and our identification cards. It was taken to renew my US Navy ID card.
 
 
167
Edwin Richard Edwards, Sr.
Edwin Richard Edwards, Sr.
Status: Located;  
 
168
Edwin Richard Edwards, Sr. - The Great Hunter (1921)
Edwin Richard Edwards, Sr. - The Great Hunter (1921)
Status: Located; Edwin Edwards, Jr. remembers...
My father killed many deer, in and out of season. He, like all too many in this world, believed that laws were made for everybody ELSE and did not apply to him. My poor mother loathed the killing of all the deer, legal or otherwise, that Dad brought home. What my father did not know was that over the years he ate very little of his kill. He had three hunting dogs. My mother fed most of the venison to them and they loved it. What my father got was good beef with, possibly a scrap or two of venison stirred in. "Ah, Corinne," he would say as he helped himself to second servings, "there's nothing like good venison." "Yes, dear, nothing like it." my mother would reply. If, after my mother's death, his second wife ever served him venison, he must have wondered at the strange taste!  
 
169
Edwin Richard Edwards, Sr. - WWI
Edwin Richard Edwards, Sr. - WWI
Status: Located;  
 
170
Eleanor A. (Cote) Howard 1875-
Eleanor A. (Cote) Howard 1875-
Status: Located; Nellie Howard, Dec 1946 (age 71) 
 
171
Eleanor Mae (Hussey) Sayward 1910-1986
Eleanor Mae (Hussey) Sayward 1910-1986
Status: Located;  
 
172
Eleanor Wendell (Cushman) Weld 1793-1847
Eleanor Wendell (Cushman) Weld 1793-1847
Status: Located; Source: Morse Genealogical Archive, a collection of art, photographs, and records passed down through generations of Welds, Cartwrights, and Morses. 
 
173
Eleanor Wendell (Cushman) Weld 1793-1847
Eleanor Wendell (Cushman) Weld 1793-1847
Status: Located; Source: Morse Genealogical Archive, a collection of art, photographs, and records passed down through generations of Welds, Cartwrights, and Morses. 
 
174
Elizabeth E. (Betty) Hammons
Elizabeth E. (Betty) Hammons
Status: Located;  
 
175
Ellen Maria (Weld) Cartwright
Ellen Maria (Weld) Cartwright
Status: Located; b. 1814, d. 1873 
 
176
Ellen Maria (Weld) Cartwright 1814-1873
Ellen Maria (Weld) Cartwright 1814-1873
Status: Located;  
 
177
Emily J. Hussey
Emily J. Hussey
Status: Located;  
 
178
Emma Crow & Charlotte Cushman (ca. 1860)
Emma Crow & Charlotte Cushman (ca. 1860)
Status: Located; Emma would later marry Charlotte's adopted son Edwin Charles Cushman.

Citation: Emma Crow and Charlote Cushman; Charlotte Cushman Photo Album, Cushman Papers, vol 2, pg 37; Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. 
 
179
Erysipelas Symptoms
Erysipelas Symptoms
Status: Located; Refer to Ellen Maria Weld biography and click on Erysipelas. 
 
180
Esther Elizabeth Wood 1905-2002
Esther Elizabeth Wood 1905-2002
Status: Located; Citation: Photograph: Esther Elizabeth Wood, 1994. Image downloaded 12 Dec 2005 from the University of Maine's Womens' Hall of Fame. Copyright "fair use" applied. 
 
181
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
182
F Street, Washington DC
F Street, Washington DC
Status: Located;  
 
183
Fannie Helen (Horne) Freeman 1846-1917
Fannie Helen (Horne) Freeman 1846-1917
Status: Located;  
 
184
Fleet Admiral Nimitz - Japanese Surrender
Fleet Admiral Nimitz - Japanese Surrender
Status: Located; Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN, signs the Instruments of Surrender as the United States Representative. Standing directly behind him are General of the Army Douglas MacArthur; Admiral William F. Halsey, USN; and
Rear Admiral Forrest Sherman, USN.

Citation: Department of The Navy - Naval Historical Center, online at http://www.history.navy.mil, Formal Surrender of Japanese
 
185
Frances Jane (Foxall) Edwards 1878-
Frances Jane (Foxall) Edwards 1878-
Status: Located; About 1930 (age 52) 
 
186
Fred Lewis Nellson
Fred Lewis Nellson
Status: Located; b. 1863, d. 1925 
 
187
Fred Woodbury Sleeper 1870-1935
Fred Woodbury Sleeper 1870-1935
Status: Located;  
 
188
Fred, Dick & Bob Nellson (1922)
Fred, Dick & Bob Nellson (1922)
Status: Located;  
 
189
Frederic Freeman
Frederic Freeman
Status: Located;  
 
190
Frederic Freeman, c.1887
Frederic Freeman, c.1887
Status: Located; b. 1867, d. 1920 
 
191
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
192
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
193
Freeman/Cartwright Family (1898)
Freeman/Cartwright Family (1898)
Status: Located;  
 
194
Freeman/Edwards/Howard Clan - 1929
Freeman/Edwards/Howard Clan - 1929
Status: Located;  
 
195
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
196
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
197
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
198
French Navy Battleship Dupliex 1897-1919
French Navy Battleship Dupliex 1897-1919
Status: Located; 7700 ton armored cruiser built in Rochefort France and launched 28 April 1900. She joined the Atlantic Division in 1903. This photo was likely taken during a visit of the Dupliex to Boston. 
 
199
Galucia Baby Funeral
Galucia Baby Funeral
Status: Located; Warren Bowen Galucia and Sarah Weld Cartwright lost two boys in their infancy:

Edmund Warren Galucia, Jan 1869 - Jul 1870 (18 mos)
Milton Ambrose Galucia, Nov 1872 - Apr 1874 (17 mos)

Both were buried in the James Weld lot at Forest Hills Cemetery in West Roxbury. The photograph does not identify which child it is. However, since the child does not look like either of the Galucia twins in the Melvin and Milton infant photograph, it is my belief that the child is Edmund Galucia. 
 
200
Galucia Home - Dedham, MA
Galucia Home - Dedham, MA
Status: Located; Ambrose (1811-1878) and Tabitha bought the home in 1845 and raised four children there. When son Warren (1834-1902) married Sarah Weld Cartwright after the civil war, he moved her into this home home and they raised seven children there. Following their deaths in 1902/1903, their daughter Mary (1878-1961) married Walter Conant (1870-1910) and they raised two children there (Elsie and Doris). Following Walter’s death, Mary continued to live there until 1925 when the house was sold and she moved to Dover, NH to live with her siblings Frank and Ellen Galucia. 
 

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