WEIKER CHARLES J.

Local History Collections

Collection ID: 285
Location: LH 377

(Description ID: 595707)

Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center

Charles J. Weiker

LH-377

Introduction

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Inventory 

Introduction

Charles Weiker donated this collection to the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in 2012.  

 

Biographical Sketch

Charles Weiker was born in 1949 in Fremont, Ohio to Samuel J. and Mary E. (Hunter) Weiker. His parents were from Sandusky County, Ohio and Delaware County, Ohio; respectively. Charles Weiker is the grandson of Charles F. Weiker (Sandusky County, Ohio) and Edith V. (Jones) Weiker (Cuyahoga County, Ohio) and John S. Hunter (Clermont County, Ohio) and M. Ethel (Jones) Hunter (Shelby County, Ohio). 

Mr. Weiker grew up on the east side of town, where his neighborhood on Ohio Avenue, between Mulberry and Walnut Streets, was comprised of many relatives. Mr. Weiker listened to them as they recalled the people and times of years ago in Fremont. Those conversations greatly influenced his initial efforts at researching his family’s history. In 1967, during his senior year at Fremont Ross High School, a class project was assigned. One option was family genealogy. From there, Mr. Weiker proceeded ambitiously into what became a lifelong passion of discovery, documentation, and restoration of his family’s roots. 

From that high school assignment, Mr. Weiker produced his first family history work, which continued to grow over the decades to thirty-three volumes.  Mr. Weiker and his family made discoveries that none could have anticipated.      

 

Scope and Content

The collection contains 36 albums of Charles Weiker’s genealogical research, records, and photographs. Also included is a box of loose photographs. The albums are organized by the surnames of the many families researched by Mr. Weiker. Though primarily focused on the genealogical history of his family’s ancestors, Mr. Weiker’s records also document in detail families with collateral connections. The collection contains extensive photocopies of censuses; genealogical charts and correspondence; selections from printed historical and scholarly works; marriage and death records; and newspaper articles. The collection also contains a number of original photographs.  His research traces some families back as far as the seventeenth century. However, the bulk of the collection pertains to records of the nineteenth century through the twenty-first century with original materials from 1850 to 2010. The inventory provides a more detailed description of the contents of each binder. 

 

Inventory

Ac. 5805

11 linear ft.

 

Box 1

Album A 

Philip and Martha J. (Laughinghouse) Weiker Family

Obituaries, genealogical charts, newspaper articles, census records, death certificates, and research and genealogical correspondence re: Philip Weiker (1850 – 1921) of Sandusky County, Ohio and his wife Martha Jane Laughinghouse (1848 – 1932) of Craven County, North Carolina. Philip Weiker was the son of Elizabeth (Schmidt) Weiker and the step-son Jacob Weiker. Jacob Weiker’s parents were Peter and Julia (Stumpf) Weiker, originally from Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany. They immigrated to Sandusky County, Ohio in 1844. Martha Jane Laughinghouse was the daughter of Ajax and Elizabeth (Patsy) (Godette).Laughinghouse Curtis. Also included are genealogical records of James R. and Margaret (Gardner) Jones, Henry and Mary (Vaughn) Ricks and Obediah and Catherine (Deshman) Henderson of Jefferson, Belmont, and Cuyahoga counties of Ohio.

 

 

Album B

Ajax and Elizabeth (Godette) Laughinghouse Family

Obituaries, genealogical charts, census records, and research and genealogical correspondence re: Ajax Laughinghouse, (c.1820 – 18 ?) son of Nancy Laughinghouse and Josiah Richards of Craven County, North Carolina. Ajax is a descendant of Andrew Laughinghouse. Included are genealogical charts and historical resource materials re: ancestors of Elizabeth (Godette) Laughinghouse, (1825 -1875) The George and Deborah (George) Godette family of Craven County, North Carolina; Peter and Joan George; and William and Jane (Driggers) Gussall Harman of the English settlement of Jamestown, Virginia. Also included are selected step-family misc. materials of Thomas V. Curtis, the 2nd husband of Elizabeth (Patsy) (Godette) Laughinghouse Curtis.

 

Album C

Robert Sweet and Margaret Cornish Family

Genealogical charts and historical resource materials re: Robert Sweet (1583 - ?) and Margaret Cornish (1610 - ?).  Robert Sweet, born in England, came to Virginia on the Neptune in 1618. Margaret Cornish was a Bantu from African Angola in the Mbundu nation within the Kingdom of Ndongo and at the age of nine was kidnapped from her homeland and put aboard a Spanish slave ship. The ship was captured by two English pirate ships that took its selected cargo to Jamestown in 1619. 

 

Box 2

Album D

Robert and Anne Pearl Family 

Scholarly articles, census and land records, wills, genealogical charts re: Robert Pearl (ca.1685 – 1765 and Anne ____ Pearl (? - ?). Robert Pearl of Prince’s George County and Frederick County Maryland was at one time known as Mulatto Robin, son of his master, Richard Marsham of Prince George’s County Maryland. It was under the terms of Richard Marsham’s will that Mulatto Robin, his wife, Anne, and their son, Daniel, gained their freedom in 1720. Shortly after gaining his freedom, Pearl acquired land and in time, slaves of his own.  

 

Album E

John Caliman Family

Scholarly articles, census and land records, genealogical charts re: John Caliman

 (c 1746 – 1830) was a German immigrant who married a colored woman in New Jersey. With his wife and son, Moses, he eventually moved to Maryland in 1764. John was a veteran of the Revolutionary War.                

 

 

Album F

John Walker Jones and Sarah S. Jones Family

Census and land records, historical resource materials, genealogical charts re:

 John Walker Jones (1787 – 1862) and Sarah S. ___?__  Jones (c 1790 – c. 1867) of Hamilton County, Mercer County, Auglaize County, and Shelby County, Ohio. John Walker Jones wrote a letter dated May 24, 1853 to the American Colonization Society informing the society that if he could sell his little farm in Shelby County, Ohio, he wanted himself and his family to move to Liberia. His plans never came to fruition. 

 

Album G

John Walker Jones and Sarah S. Jones Family

A continuation of Album F: Photographs, newspaper articles, city directories, marriage and death records, misc. Jones family documents.

 

Box 3

Album H

Samuel and Jemima Banneker Lett Family

Census and land records, birth, and marriage records, tax records, genealogical charts, misc Lett family documents, notes and narratives; historical resource materials

re: Samuel Lett (c. 1737 - ?) and Jemima (Banneker) Lett  (c. 1733 - ?) of Frederick County, Maryland and Frederick County and Loudoun County, Virginia. Samuel Delaney, who was of English, Irish and Native American descent, was a son of Margaret (Delaney) Lett and the step-son of Zachariah Lett. At some point, Samuel took the surname of his step-father and became known as Samuel Lett.

Jemima (Banneker) Lett was a daughter of Mary and Robert Banneker, a granddaughter of Bannaka; an African prince from the Wolof Kingdom of Walo in Senegal, and Molly (Welsh) Banneky; an English dairymaid who was sent to the Colony of Maryland in 1683 as an indentured servant; and a sister of Benjamin Banneker, the first African-American man of science. 

 

Album I

Samuel and Jemima (Banneker) Lett Family

A continuation of Album H: Photographs, estate papers

 

Album J

Samuel and Jemima (Banneker) Lett Family

A continuation of Albums H and I: Lett family Civil War pension papers

 

Album K

Samuel and Jemima (Banneker) Lett Family

A continuation of Albums H, I and J:

 

Box 4

Album L

Bannaka and Molly (Welsh) Banneky Family

Genealogical charts, tax records, scholarly and historical resource materials, Banneker family documents and newspaper articles, research and genealogical correspondence

re: Bannaka from Senegal (c. 1667 – c. 1711) and Molly (Welsh) Banneky from England (c. 1665 – c. 1750). Bannaka was an African prince from the ancient Wolof kingdom of Walo; located in Senegal. Molly (Welsh) Banneky, an English dairymaid, was falsely accused of a crime and in 1683 she was sent to the English Province of Maryland as an indentured servant. After seven years of servitude, she eventually purchased a small farm; and though opposed to slavery; she needed the additional help and purchased two slaves. In time she freed both and married one, who was Bannaka.

 

Benjamin Banneker (1731 – 1806)

Benjamin Banneker was a son of Mary and Robert Banneker, a grandson of Bannaka and Molly (Welsh) Banneky, and a sister of Jemima (Banneker) Lett. He was a self-educated mathematician and astronomer; who also wrote almanacs and assisted in the surveying of the Federal Territory; the area now known as Washington, D.C. He has become known as the first African-American man of science. 

 

 

Album M

Bannaka and Molly (Welsh) Banneky Family

A continuation of Album L of additional Banneker family newspaper articles; and also includes misc. Delaney genealogical resources

 

Margaret (Delaney) Lett of Baltimore County, Maryland ( ? - ? ) 

 

When Samuel Delaney was very young, his mother, Margaret Delaney, of Irish descent, married a mulatto, by the name of Zachariah Lett. At some point, Samuel took the surname of his step-father and became known as Samuel Lett

 

Album N

James A. Guy, Sr. and Deborah (Ridgley) Guy Family

Genealogical charts, census records, land records, tax records, Guy family notes and narratives, historical resource materials re: James A. Guy, Sr. (1772 – 1866) and Deborah (Ridgley)Guy (1777 – 1842) Anne Arundel County and Frederick County, Maryland   Frederick County, Virginia  

Jefferson County, Morgan County, Belmont County and Muskingum County, Ohio

 

James A. Guy, Sr. was the mulatto son of an English nobleman.

Deborah (Ridgley) Guy was of English descent.

 

Album O

James A. Guy, Sr. and Deborah (Ridgley Guy) Family

A continuation of Album N: historical resource materials, and research and genealogical correspondence

 

Box 5

Album P

Benjamin and Mary (Caliman) Lett Family

Genealogical charts, census records, marriage records, land records, tax records, estate records, Lett family notes, narratives and family documents, historical resource materials, newspaper articles re: Benjamin Lett (c. 1792 – 1847) and Mary (Caliman) Lett (1790 – 1866) of Frederick County, Maryland  Loudoun County and Frederick County, Virginia  Belmont and Muskingum County, Ohio. Benjamin Lett was a son of Samuel and Jemima (Banneker) Lett, a grandson of Mary and Robert Banneker, a great-grandson of Bannaka and Molly (Welsh) Banneky and a nephew of Benjamin Banneker. Mary (Caliman) Lett was a daughter of Moses and Henrietta (Pearl) Caliman, a granddaughter of John Caliman and of Thomas Pearl; and a great-granddaughter of Robert and Anne Pearl.

 

Album Q

Benjamin and Mary (Caliman) Lett Family

A continuation of Album P: Civil War pension papers with selected corresponding documentation, historical resource materials, and research and genealogical correspondence

 

Album R

Benjamin and Mary (Caliman) Lett Family

A continuation of Albums P and Q: Family photographs and correspondence, obituaries

 

Album S

Robert M. Hunter, Sr. and Catherine E. (Weathers) Hunter & Judah R. and Judy (Asbrey) Weathers Families

Genealogical charts, a photograph, census records, marriage records, land records, death records, obituaries, Hunter and Weathers family notes and narratives, historical resource materials, genealogical correspondence re: Robert Mitchell Hunter, Sr. (1839 – 1923) and Catherine E. (Weathers) Hunter (1844 – 1932).  

Judah Russell Weathers (1829 - ?) and Judy (Asbrey) Weathers (c. 1834 – 1873) of Bourbon County, Kentucky   Clermont County, Ohio. Robert Mitchell Hunter, Sr. was a slave; whose freedom for himself and his family was delayed due to the Emancipation Proclamation not including Kentucky. Catherine E. (Weathers) Hunter was a daughter of her master’s son, Judah Russell Weathers and one of the family’s mulatto slaves, Judy (Asbrey) Weathers.

 

Box 6
Album T

Redman Family

Genealogical charts, a photograph, personal property tax records, Redman family notes and narratives, scholarly and historical resource materials, research and genealogical correspondence re: Moses Redman (1786 – 1870) and Elizabeth  __?_____ Redman (1789 – 1838) of Hardy County, Virginia   Ross County, Scioto County and Shelby County, Ohio. 

Also included are genealogical and historical records of Japazaws (Iopassus), Robert and Mercy (Brent) Meese; with Elkins and Williams genealogical charts and history.

 

The Redman family of Hardy County, Virginia; now West Virginia; from whom Moses Redman descends; has a history that binds itself to their English; and to their Powhatan and Patawomeck Native American ancestries. Among their direct ancestors are George William Fairfax, Chief Powhatan and Chief Japazaws.

 

Album U

Redman Family

A continuation of Album T: personal property tax records, Certificate of Freedom, Revolutionary War pension papers, census records, estate appraisement, historical resource materials, land records, estate documents

 

Album V

Redman Family

A continuation of Albums T and U: historical resource materials, land records, estate documents, census records, estate records, Redman family photographs, newspaper articles, genealogical abstracts

 

Album W 

Redman Family

 A continuation of Albums T, U and V: estate records, census records, Redman family photographs, obituaries, church history

 

Box 7

Album X

Michael and Elizabeth (Lett )Stevens Family

Genealogical charts, Stevens family photographs, notes and narratives, census records, land records, marriage records, personal property tax records, estate records, death records, historical resource materials, research and genealogical correspondence 

re: Michael Stevens (c. 1786 – 1852) and Elizabeth (Lett) Stevens (1789 – c. 1857) of  Frederick County, Maryland  Frederick County, Virginia  Hocking County, Ohio 

Michael Stephenson was a son of Joseph Stephenson, who was of English descent. The Stephenson name was shortened to Stephens; and the spelling of the name eventually became Stevens.

Elizabeth (Lett) Stevens was a daughter of Aquilla Lett, Sr. and Christina (Cobbler) Lett, and a granddaughter of Samuel and Jemima (Banneker) Lett.

 

Album Y

Michael and Elizabeth (Lett) Stevens Family

A continuation of Album X: Research and genealogical correspondence, marriage records, census records, Stevens family history articles, World War I registration card, Civil War pension papers, death records. 

Also included are genealogical and historical records of Lucretia Sweeney and family.

 

Album Z

John L. and Diana (Redman) Robertson

Genealogical charts, Robertson family photographs, notes and narratives, census records, land records, marriage records, estate records, death records, historical resource materials, research and genealogical correspondence, church history. re: John Lochard Robertson (1806 – 1886) and Diana A. (Redman) Robertson (1808 – 1890) of Botetourt County and Culpepper County, Virginia   Ross County and Shelby County, Ohio.

 

John Lochard Robertson was a son of Lord John Lochard, an English nobleman, and his 14 or 15 year mulatto housekeeper from the West Indies. John was a stone mason by trade and helped with the stone work on the present Shelby County, Ohio courthouse in Sidney, Ohio from 1881-1883.

Diana A. (Redman) Robertson was a daughter of Moses and Elizabeth Redman and a granddaughter of John and Sarah (Day) Redman..

 

Also includes selected genealogical and historical records of John L. Robertson’s brother-in-law and half-sister, Lewis F. and Caroline (Robinson) Woodson.

 

Box 8

Album AA

Fairfax Family

Genealogical charts, scholarly and historical resource materials, research and genealogical correspondence, historical articles that include family portraits and documents 
re: George William Fairfax (1724 - 1787) of Nassau, Bahamas and Fairfax County, Virginia. George William Fairfax was a son of William and Sarah Walker Fairfax; who was a mulatto. Although George married Sally Cary; his only child was a daughter, Cassie, that he had by one of his slaves, Nancy. Cassie married John Redman, who was of English and Patawomeck Indian descent. 
Also included are selected genealogical and historical records of Dynastic lineages of the Fairfax family; 
Connachta & Ui Neill Dynasties; and Ancestral lineages of the Fairfax family: de Tuberville, Cholmondeley, Walker, Manners and Grey.
 

Album BB

Fairfax Family
A continuation of Album AA: The selected genealogical and historical records of Ancestral lineages of the Fairfax family; Bardolf, de Limesi, de Beauchamp, de Albini, de Montfort, de Gant, de Warrenne, de Mowbray and de Segrave.
 
Album CC

Fairfax Family
A continuation of Albums AA and BB: The selected genealogical and historical records of Ancestral lineages of the Fairfax family; de Ros, de Tiptoft, de Chaworth, de Cherlton and de Umfreville.
 
Album DD

Fairfax Family - Blood Royal
A continuation of Albums AA, BB and CC: The selected genealogical and historical records of Dynastic lineages of the Fairfax family; Merovingian, Plantagenet (House of Anjou) Wessex and Capet.
 
Box 9
Album EE

Fairfax Family 
A continuation of Albums AA, BB, CC and DD: The selected genealogical and historical records of the Direct Royal & Peerage lineages through Elizabeth de Mortimer Percy, daughter of Edmund de Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March, and Philippa Plantagenet de Mortimer, 5th Countess of Ulster; and the wife of Sir Henry "Hotspur" Percy - through Elizabeth's Paternal Line Through the Royal House of Gwynedd: 
Peerages: Gwynedd, de Mortimer, de Percy, de Clifford and de Berkeley.

Album FF
Fairfax Family  
A continuation of Albums AA, BB, CC, DD and EE: The selected genealogical and historical records of the Direct Royal & Peerage lineages through Elizabeth de Mortimer Percy, daughter of Edmund de Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March, and Philippa Plantagenet de Mortimer, 5th Countess of Ulster; and the wife of Sir Henry "Hotspur" Percy - through Elizabeth's Paternal Line Through the Royal House of Gwynedd:
Peerages: de Quincy, la Zouche, de Cantilupe and de Bromflete.
Dynasties & Peerages: Coel Hen, Dinefwr, Ui Imair, Leofric, de Ferrieres, de Braose, MacMurchada, de Clare and Marshal.

Album GG

Fairfax Family  
A continuation of Albums AA, BB, CC, DD, EE and FF: The selected genealogical and historical records of the Direct Royal & Peerage lineages through Elizabeth de Mortimer Percy, daughter of Edmund de Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March, and Philippa Plantagenet de Mortimer, 5th Countess of Ulster; and the wife of Sir Henry "Hotspur" Percy - through Elizabeth's Paternal Line Through the Royal House of Gwynedd:
Dynasties & Peerages: de Tregoz, de Ewyas, de Briwere, de Gloucester, de Fiennes, de Brienne, de Geneville, 
de Badlesmere, de Montacute, de Vitre, de Toni, de Meschines, de Rumilly, Peverel, de Neufmarche, FitzRichard, 
de Totneis, Aldalbert, de Lacy, de Lusignan, Peyforer, Aguillon, de Beauffou, Fitz Bernard and Fitz Gerald, that includes tracing the Gherardini Family through Collateral Branches of The Fitz Gerald family.

 

Box 10 

Album 1

Weiker/Jones Photographs

PAGE 1:

 Photograph 1:   Obediah Henderson 
Photograph 2.   Leanna Henderson Ricks
Photograph 3.   Nancy Leanna Ricks Jones 
All print copies from originals.
PAGE 2.  

Photograph 1:  William Ricks
Photograph  2. Mamie Ricks Anderson at her home in Coldwater, Michigan - a sister of William Ricks
Photograph 3.  Mamie Leanna Ricks
1 print copy from the original and 2 originals.
PAGE 3.  

Photograph  1.   Mamie Leanna Ricks  
Photograph  2.   Samuel Morris Jones, the 1st husband of Mamie L. Ricks Jones - Cleveland, Ohio 
Photograph  3.   Mamie Leanna Ricks Jones Patterson - Cleveland, Ohio
Photograph  4.   Walter Patterson, the 2nd husband of Mamie L. Ricks Jones Patterson - the 1st colored policeman in Cleveland, Ohio
1 print copy from the original and 3 originals.
 
PAGE 4.  

Photograph  1.   Edith Victoria Jones - Cleveland, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Edith Victoria Jones Weiker - Cleveland, Ohio
Photograph  3.   Beulah Jones Johnson 
All originals.
PAGE 5. 

Photograph  1.   Roy and Beulah Jones Johnson 
Photograph  2    Roy and Beulah Jones Johnson         
Photograph  3.   Odessa Jones Hawkins Butler and her son, James Butler
All originals.
PAGE 6.  

Photograph  1.   Odessa Jones Hawkins Butler Harlan
Photograph  2.   Melvin Hawkins and his father, Frank Hawkins - Cleveland, Ohio
Photograph  3.   Melvin Hawkins
Photograph  4.   Melvin Hawkins
All originals.
PAGE 7

Photograph  1.   James Butler
Photograph  2.   James Butler
Photograph  3.   James Butler and Beulah Jeanette Weiker
All originals.
PAGE 8.

Photograph  1.   Sisters; Odessa Jones Hawkins Butler Harlan and Beulah Jones Johnson on a rooftop - Painesville, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Grace Burke - September 1961
All originals.        
PAGE 9.  

Photograph 1.   Tombstone: John Connor - Rymers Cemtery - Elmore, Ohio
Photograph 2.   Tombstone: Susannah Dudley, the 2nd wife of Oliver H. Dudley –

Rymers Cemtery - Elmore, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Tombstone: Freddie, Erving and Eugene Dudley, children of Oliver H. and Susannah Dudley - Rymers Cemtery -  Elmore, Ohio
All originals.   
PAGE 10. 

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PAGE 11. 

Photograph 1.   John Connor
Photograph  2.   Penelope 'Penny' Connor Dudley, the 1st wife of Oliver H. Dudley
Photograph  3.   Oliver Dudley 
All print copies from originals.
PAGE 12.

Photograph  1.   Angeline Dudley Noss - Toledo, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Mary Bridget Nieset Dudley and her son, John P. Dudley - Millersville, Ohio 

Photograph  3.   John Dudley and Mary Nieset Dudley
All print copies from originals.
PAGE 13.

Photograph 1.   left to right: John (J.J.) Dudley and Frank ?  
Photograph  2.   John Godette, Jr.; the husband of Laura Dudley Godette - Oberlin, Ohio 
All print copies from originals. 
PAGE 14. 

Photograph 1.   Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker - Fremont, Ohio

Print from copy.             
PAGE 15. 

Photograph 1.   Philip Weiker  c. 1870 - Fremont, Ohio   
Photograph  2.   Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker c. 1870 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  3.   Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker, with the of her sons, left to right: Charles Franklin Weiker and Walter Weiker 1887 - Fremont, Ohio
All originals.
PAGE 16. 

Photograph 1.   Philip Weiker c. 1920 - on the corner of Ohio Avenue and Mulberry Street - Fremont, Ohio   
Photograph  2.   Philip Weiker c. 1920 - Fremont, Ohio 
Photograph  3.   Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  4.   Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker and unidentified child c. 1920's 
All originals.
PAGE 17. 

Photograph 1.   Sarah Ellen Curtis, a daughter of Orlando E. and Mary C. Moulton Curtis and a granddaughter of Thomas Vincent Curtis - c. 1872 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.  Croghan School classes 1893 which include: 1st row seated 2nd to the left: Charles Franklin Weiker; 3rd row seated 7th to the left: Rollie Weiker and last row standing 1st to the left: Walter Weiker; 3 of the sons of Philip and Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker.
Photograph  3.    Philip Weiker 1920 - Fremont, Ohio
1 print copy from original and 2 originals.
PAGE 18. 

Photograph 1.   George Campbell, a foster son of Philip and Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   George and Jessie Campbell c. 1940's               
All originals.
PAGE 19. 

Photograph 1.   Front row standing from the far right; Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker; all others unidentified c. 1920's
Photograph  2.   Left to right: Cora Morgan Gates, Mary Quinn, Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey, Jeanette Cleage, June Cleage and Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker c. 1920s 
 Photograph  3.   Left to right: Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey and Catherine Smith c. 1920s
 Photograph  4.   Left to right: Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey, June Cleage and Martha   Jane Laughinghouse Weiker c. 1920s
Photograph  5. Philip Weiker 1920 - Fremont, Ohio
All originals.
PAGE 20. 

Photograph 1.   Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker holding her 1st great-grandchild, Betty Jane Harlan c. 1928 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Walter Weiker and his mother, Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker c. 1920s - Cleveland, Ohio
 Photograph  3.    Seated: Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker; 2nd row: Clara Weiker Dixon, Catherine Weiker Cooper and Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey; 3rd row: Thomas H. Weiker, Walter Weiker and Charles F. Weiker - taken after the funeral of Philip Weiker 1921 - Fremont, Ohio

PAGE 21: 

Photograph 1:  Catherine ' Cassie' Weiker Cooper
Photograph 2.    Emma Hawkins, Walter Weiker, Jr. and Catherine 'Cassie' Weiker Cooper taken at the corner of Ohio Avenue and Mulberry Street - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Fred Cooper and his wife. He was the adopted son of Charles and Catherine 'Cassie Weiker Cooper
All originals.

PAGE 21: 

Photograph 1:  Catherine ' Cassie' Weiker Cooper
Photograph 2.    Emma Hawkins, Walter Weiker, Jr. and Catherine 'Cassie' Weiker Cooper taken at the corner of Ohio Avenue and Mulberry Street - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Fred Cooper and his wife. He was the adopted son of Charles and Catherine 'Cassie Weiker Cooper
All originals.
PAGE 22. 

Photograph  1:Fred Cooper and his wife
Photograph  2.Fred Cooper
Photograph  3.Fred Cooper
All originals.
PAGE 23.  

Photograph 1.Evelyn Gottschalk, a daughter of Clara Cooper Gottschalk and granddaughter of Catherine 'Cassie' Weiker Cooper - Ann Arbor, Michigan
Photograph  2.Beannie Mae Gottschalk,  a daughter of Clara Cooper Gottschalk and granddaughter of Catherine 'Cassie' Weiker Cooper - Ann Arbor, Michigan
All originals.
PAGE 24.

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PAGE 25.

Photograph 1. Clara Weiker Dixon     
Photograph  2.     Clara Weiker Dixon       
Photograph  3.     William Dixon, the 1st husband of Clara Weiker Dixon    
All originals.     
PAGE 26.  

Photograph  1.Clara Weiker Dixon
Photograph  2.Clara Weiker Dixon
 Photograph  3. Clara Weiker Dixon 1918 - Toledo, Ohio
 All originals.   
 PAGE 27.

 Photograph  1. Clara Weiker Dixon and daughter, Dorothy Dixon - Toledo, Ohio
 Photograph  2. Dorothy Dixon - Toledo, Ohio
 Photograph  3. Dorothy Dixon - Toledo, Ohio                
 All originals.   
 PAGE 28. 

 Photograph  1. Mattie Dixon and George Campbell, Sr. 1913 - Toledo, Ohio   
 Photograph  2. Mattie Dixon - Chicago, Illinois
 Photograph  3. Mattie Dixon  1916 - Toledo, Ohio              
 All originals.   
PAGE 29.  

Photograph 1.Mattie Dixon
Photograph 2.Mattie Dixon and Hattie ?

Photograph 3.Clarabelle Dixon - Detroit, Michigan
All originals.   
PAGE 30. 

Photograph 1. One of the daughters of Clara Weiker Dixon 1914 - Toledo, Ohio
Photograph  2.Clara Weiker Dixon
Photograph  3.Mattie Dixon 
All originals.   
PAGE 31. 

Photograph 1. Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey 
Photograph 2. Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey
Photograph  3.Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey
Photograph  4.Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey - Fourth Street Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  5.Gardner and Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey
All originals.   
PAGE 32. 

 Photograph  1.Left to right: Gardner Willey, Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey, Catherine Smith Toney and Joseph Toney - Fremont, Ohio   
 Photograph  2.    Seated: William Dixon  Standing left to right: Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey and Clara Weiker Dixon    
 Photograph  3.   Left to right: Sarah Weiker Smith Willey and Catherine Smith Toney              
 All originals.  
 PAGE 33. 

 Photograph  1. Gardner Willey - Cleveland, Ohio   
 Photograph  2. Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey   
 Photograph  3.   Front row left to right: Eva Smith and Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey;         Back row left to right: Alta Morgan Pettiford, Cora Morgan Gates and Oscar Ely   
 Photograph  4.   Left to right: Unidentifed man, Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey and  Walter Weiker, Jr. - Fremont, Ohio 
 All originals.   
 
PAGE 34  

Photograph  1.   Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey    
Photograph  2.    Left to right: Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey and Clara Cooper Gottschalk  taken in front of the home of Catherine Smith Toney on Fourth Street - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  3.   Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey taken on the side yard of her home on Fourth Street - Fremont, Ohio               
All originals.   
PAGE 35 

Photograph  1.   Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey in the backyard of a niece, Sarah Ellen Weiker Davis Howell in Painesville, Ohio June 1958  
Photograph  2.    Left to right: Sarah Ellen Smith Willey, a neighbor, Mrs. Cherry; and Clara Weiker Dixon and her great-grandson Saviano, in 1957 on Fourth Street - Fremont, Ohio            
All originals.   
PAGE 36 

Photograph  1.   Left to right: Winifred and Edie Demmey; nieces of Thomas and Evelyn Demmey Weiker; and Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey - Fremont, Ohio 
Photograph  2.  Left to right: Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey, Gardner Willey and an unidentified woman  
 Photograph  3.   Catherine Smith
 Photograph  4.   Catherine Smith taken on the side yard of her uncle, Thomas Weiker on  Ohio Avenue - Fremont, Ohio
All originals.   
PAGE 37 

Photograph  1.   Joseph Toney and Catherine Smith Toney   
Photograph  2.   Catherine Smith Toney and an unidentified woman - Fremont, Ohio 
Photograph  3.   Left to right: Jeanette Hawkins, Catherine Smith Toney, June Cleage, Joseph Toney and Mattie Dixon - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  4.   Catherine Smith Toney taken in front of her house on Fourth Street October 1958 - Fremont, Ohio
All originals.   
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PAGE 39 

Photograph  1.  Walter Weiker, Walter Weiker, Jr. Jones Gray Weiker   
Photograph  2.  Walter Weiker   
Photograph  3.  Seated to the far right: Walter Weiker, Jr.; all others in that row are unidentified. Standing in the rear left to right: Agnes Gray Weiker, Walter Weiker and an unidentified woman.               
All originals.   
PAGE 40 

Photograph  1.Walter Weiker, Jr. 
Photograph  2.Walter Weiker, Jr. and Bennie Parish. Bennie was a foster son of Philip and Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker. - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  3 Walter Weiker, Jr. and Beulah Jeanette Weiker
Photograph  4.Agnes Gray Weiker and Walter Weiker
All originals.   

PAGE 41: 
Photograph 1: Left to right: Evelyn I. Weiker, Edith Victoria Jones Weiker, Theodore M. Weiker, Charles Franklin Weiker and Beulah J. Weiker taken on the front porch of their home at 705 Ohio Avenue c. 1911 - Fremont, Ohio 
Photograph 2.  Left to right: Evelyn I. Weiker and Beulah J. Weiker taken on the front porch of their home at 705 Ohio Avenue - Fremont, Ohio c. 1911
Photograph 3.   Gwendolyn Weiker c. 1914 - Fremont, Ohio  
All originals.
PAGE 42. 

Photograph  1:   Left to right: 2 unidentified children, Beulah J. Weiker and Evelyn I. Weiker. In the background is Theodore M. Weiker taken in the front yard of their Uncle Tom Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue  c. 1916 - Fremont, Ohio 
Photograph  2.   Seated left to right: Beulah Jones Johnson, Edith V. Jones Weiker, with her first born child, Theodore Morris Weiker, on her lap; and Odessa Jones Hawkins Butler - 1904
Photograph  3.   Left to right: Beulah J. Weiker, Evelyn I. Weiker, Charles F. Weiker; neighbors, Henry Wiewandt, who lived at 702 Fourth Street; Paul Fick, who lived at 702 Ohio Avenue; and either Carl or Edward Fox; who lived at 624 Ohio Avenue; and Thomas H. Weiker taken at the back of the house at 705 Ohio Avenue c. 1911 - Fremont, Ohio. 1 print copy from the original and 2 originals.
 PAGE 43.  Photograph  1.   Seated 1st row left to right: Evelyn I. Weiker, Chester C. Weiker, Beulah J. Weiker. Seated in the back: Theodore M. Weiker taken on the front porch of their home at 705 Ohio Avenue c. 1916 - Fremont, Ohio 
 Photograph  2. Chester Charles Weiker c. 1914 - Fremont, Ohio
 Photograph 3.  Harriet Odessa Weiker c. 1917 - Fremont, Ohio
 All originals.         
PAGE 44.  

Photograph  1.   Front row left to right: Harriet O. Weiker, Edith V. Jones Weiker holding her infant son, Samuel Joseph Weiker; and Chester C. Weiker. Second row left to right: Evelyn I. Weiker, Theodore M. Weiker and Beulah J. Weiker taken in the back yard of their home at 705 Ohio Avenue - August 1918 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Evelyn I. Weiker and Park Demmey; a relative of H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker taken on the side yard of the home of Thomas H. and H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1916 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Samuel J. Weiker taken at Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey's home on Pine Street in 1924 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 4: A duplicate photo of the Philip Weiker family taken after his funeral in 1921. The photograph's information is on Page 20 - Photograph 3
1 print copy and 3 originals.     

PAGE 45.  

Photograph  1.   Left to right: Twins: Mamie V. Weiker and Edith V. Weiker - taken in the front yard of their home at 705 Ohio Avenue 1920 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Left to right: Twins: Mamie V. Weiker and Edith V. Weiker - taken in the front yard of their home at 705 Ohio Avenue c. 1921 - Fremont, Ohio
Both originals.   
PAGE 46.  

Photograph  1.   Left to right: Leroy Hawkins, Catherine Smith Toney, Theodore M. Weiker and Jeanette Hawkins taken on the side yard of the home of Thomas H. and H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Left to right: Charles F. Weiker, Samuel J. Weiker; with his dog, Duke; Chester C. Weiker; and Thomas H. Weiker, whose side yard of his home the photograph was taken at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   1st row: Dorothy Dixon, a daughter of William and Clara Weiker Dixon. 2nd row left to right: Evelyn I. Weiker and Walter Weiker, Jr. c. 1916
All originals.   
PAGE 47. 

Photograph  1.   Mary Laughinghouse Morgan, the wife of Andrew Morgan and a sister of Martha Jane Laughinghouse Weiker c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   1st row: Samuel J. Weiker. 2nd row left to right: Blanche Wallace, Betty Pettiford, Harriet O. Weiker and Bob Pettiford. 3rd row left to right: Jane Pettiford and Bill Ellison c. 1921 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.     1st row: Samuel J. Weiker. 2nd row left to right: Blanche Wallace, Betty Pettiford, Harriet O. Weiker and Bob Pettiford. 3rd row left to right: Jane Pettiford and Bill Ellison c. 1921 - Fremont, Ohio

The Pettifords were children of Howard and Alta Morgan Pettiford. Bill Ellison was a son of Albert and Mary Morgan Ellison.
All originals.   
PAGE 48. 

Photograph  1.  George Campbell and Harriet O. Weiker taken on Pine Street; where Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey lived - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Harriet O. Weiker and Chester C. Weiker taken on Pine Street; where Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey lived - Fremont, Ohio 
Photograph 3:   Left to right: Sarah Ellen Weiker, Edith V. Weiker, Charles F. Weiker and Margaret Elizabeth Weiker taken in their front yard at 705 Ohio Avenue c. 1940's - Fremont, Ohio     
All originals.   
PAGE 49.  

Photograph  1.   1st row left to right: Chester C. Weiker and unidentified girl. 2nd row left to right: Theodore M. Weiker and unidentified boy taken in the backyard at 705 Ohio Avenue c. early 1920's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Harriet O. Weiker and Samuel J. Weiker taken on Pine Street; where Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey lived  c. mid-1920's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Chester C. Weiker and Samuel J. Weiker taken on Pine Street; where Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey lived  c. mid-1920's - Fremont, Ohio

Photograph 4:   Left to right: Samuel J. Weiker, Harriet O. Weiker and an unidentified boy c. 1925 - Fremont, Ohio               
Photograph 5.    Left to right: Edith V. Weiker, unidentified child and Mamie V. Weiker taken in front of Thomas H. Weiker's home at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1923 - Fremont, Ohio

All originals.   
PAGE 50.  

Photograph  1.  Samuel J. Weiker's dog, Duke, taken on the side yard of Thomas H. Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Harriet O. Weiker taken on Pine Street; where Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey lived  c. mid-1920's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   1st row left to right: Samuel J. Weiker, Edith V. Jones; with her twin daughters, Edith and Mamie; and Chester C. Weiker. 2nd row left to right: Harriet O. Weiker and Evelyn I. Weiker taken on Pine Street; where Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey lived  c. 1921 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 4: Left to right: Jim Demmey, a brother of H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker; Harriet O. Weiker, Chester C. Weiker, Samuel J. Weiker and Duke; Winifred Demmey; and an unidentifed boy taken on the side yard of Thomas H. Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
 All originals.   
 PAGE 51.  

Photograph  1.   Frank Hawkins, a son of Frank Hawkins, Sr. and Emma Weiker Hawkins; and the 1st husband of Odessa Jones Hawkins; Mamie V. Weiker, Harriet O. Weiker, Chester C. Weiker, Samuel J. Weiker and Duke; and Winifred Demmey taken on the side yard of Thomas H. Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Samuel J. Weiker and his dog, Duke; with Harriet O. Weiker in the background taken on the side yard of Thomas H. Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Left to right: Margaret E. Weiker, Mamie V. Weiker and either Ann or Mary Pettiford taken on the sidewalk in front of 705 Ohio Avenue c. 1940's - Fremont, Ohio 
All originals.   
PAGE 52.  

Photograph  1.   Left to right: James Butler, a son of John and Odessa Jones Hawkins Butler, and Chester C. Weiker c. 1920 - Fremont, Ohio 
Photograph  2.   Left to right: Harriet O. Weiker; holding a puppy; probably one of Thomas H. Weiker's hunting-dogs-to-be; Samuel J. Weiker and his dog, Duke; and 2 unidentified girls taken on the sidewalk of Ohio Avenue c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Both originals.   
PAGE 53.  

Photograph  1.  1st row left to right: Chester C. Weiker and James Butler. 2nd row left to right: Evelyn I. Weiker and 2 unidentified children taken on the side yard of Thomas H. Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Left to right: Thomas H. Weiker and 1 of his hunting dogs; and 4 unidentified children taken somewhere on Ohio Avenue - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Samuel J. Weiker taken in a photo booth c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 4.   Margaret E. Weiker taken in a photo booth c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 5.   Chester C. Weiker taken in a photo booth c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 6.   Sarah E. Weiker taken in a photo booth c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio 
All originals.   
PAGE 54. 
Photograph  1.  Bob and Evelyn I. Weiker Walker c. 1930's
Photograph  2.  Evelyn I. Weiker Walker c. 1930's
Photograph  3.  Wendell Walker, the son of Bob and Evelyn I. Weiker Walker c. 1930's

Photograph  4.  1st row (of those that can be recognized) Harriet O. Weiker and Edith Demmey. 2nd row standing left to right: Bob Walker, Evelyn I. Weiker Walker, Theodore M. Weiker, George Campbell and Walter Weiker, Jr. taken in front of Sarah Ellen Weiker Smith Willey's home at 725 Fourth Street c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
All originals.         
PAGE 55.  

Photograph  1.   Theodore Thomas Weiker, the son of Theodore M. and Mary Booth Weiker c. 1935
Photograph  2.   Margaret E. Weiker, Mary Booth Weiker and Theodore Weiker c. 1940's
Photograph  3.   Theodore T. Weiker c. 1940's 

Photograph  4.   1st row: Theodore T. Weiker.  2nd row left to right: Mary Booth Weiker, Bill Quinn, the son of Joseph and Mary Hatter Quinn; and Theodore M. Weiker c. 1940's

All originals.    

PAGE 56.  

Photograph  1.   Theodore T. Weiker, the son of Theodore M. and Mary Booth Weiker c. 1940's
Photograph  2.   The Maynard and Ada Overmyer Booth Family; the aunts and grandparents of Theodore T. Weiker c. 1940's
Photograph  3.   Seated left to right: an unidentified woman, Theodore T. Weiker; and another unidentified woman. Standing left to right: an unidentified woman, Theodore M. Weiker, an unidentified man; and another unidentified woman c. 1940's               

 All originals.  

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Photograph  1.   Theodore T. Weiker,  the son of Theodore M. and Mary Booth Weiker c. 1949

Photograph  2.   Left to right: Mary Booth Weiker, Theodore T. Weiker and Theodore M. Weiker  c. 1940's
Photograph 3:    Left to right: Theodore M. Weiker and an unidentified man c. 1940's

All originals.

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PAGE 59.  

Photograph  1.   Thomas Henry Weiker c. 1891 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph  2.   Thomas Henry Weiker, age 19, and his hunting dogs taken in 1909 on Mulberry Street in the side yard of the Wiewandt neighbors; whose home was at the corner of  702 Fourth Street and Mulberry Street - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Thomas Henry Weiker and an unidentifed young lady c. 1910 
All originals.   
PAGE 60. 

Photograph  1.  Thomas H. Weiker and 2 unidentified women in the background c. 1920's
Photograph  2.  Thomas H. Weiker taken on the sidewalk in front of his home at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Carl Davis, Thomas H. Weiker and Cliff Cole taken at Clauss Shear factory c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 4.   Thomas H. and H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker taken on the front porch of their home 703 Ohio Avenue - Fremont, Ohio
 All originals.   
PAGE 61.  

Photograph  1.   H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker, the wife of Thomas H. Weiker  
Photograph  2.   1st row standing:  H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker.  2nd row left to right: Charles F. Weiker, an unidentified man, Mary Morgan Ellison, an unidentified man, an unidentified woman and another unidentified man taken on the side yard of 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio    

Photograph  3.   Left to right: Mary Morgan Ellison, H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker, Alta Morgan Pettiford and Cora Morgan Gates taken on the side yard of 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio                               
All originals.  

PAGE 62.  

Photograph  1.   1st row standing:  H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker.  2nd row left to right: Charles F. Weiker, an unidentified man, Mary Morgan Ellison, an unidentified man,  and Thomas H. Weiker taken on the front yard of 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio    
Photograph  2.   Weiker geese on Mulberry Street on the side yard of Thomas H. Weiker at 703 Ohio Avenue 1931 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.    Farm house in Rice Township, Sandusky County, Ohio in 1942 owned by Thomas H. Weiker until 1944.

All originals.   
PAGE 63. 

Photograph 1.   Left to right: Kenny James, the husband of Winifred Demmey James; and Thomas H. Weiker on the farm in Rice Township, Sandusky County, Ohio c. 1943
Photograph 2.   Thomas H. Weiker's farm along the Sandusky River c. 1945 - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Thomas H. Weiker's cottage, on the farm property along the Sandusky River c. 1945 - Fremont, Ohio

All originals. 

PAGE 64:  

Photograph 1.     Left to right: Judy Hawkins and H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker c. 1940's
Photograph 2.     Left to right: Edith and Winifred Demmey; nieces that were raised by Thomas H. and H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker c. 1923
Photograph 3.     Edith Demmey and Winifred Demmey and their father, Mortimer Demmey; a brother of H. Evelyn Demmeny Weiker c. 1930's
All originals. 

PAGE 65:    

Photograph 1.   Winifred Demmey, a daughter of Mortimer Demmey; who was raised by Thomas H. and H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker  taken in front of 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1928 - Fremont, Ohio  
Photograph 2.  1st row left to right: Winifred Demmey, H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker and Edith Demmey. 2nd row left to right: Thomas H. Weiker, an unidentified woman, an unidentified man, Wesley Gates, Cora Morgan Gates, Mary Morgan Ellison and Jim Demmey taken on the side yard at 703 Ohio Avenue c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio    
Photograph 3.   Left to right: Clara Powell Demmey and her daughter, Harriet Evelyn Demmey 
All originals. 

PAGE 66: 

Photograph 1.   Winifred Demmey
Photograph 2.   Edith Demmey   
Photograph 3.   Left to right: H. Evelyn Demmey and Winifred Demmey James at the cottage of Thomas H. and H. Evelyn Demmey Weiker on the shores of Sandusky Bay October, 1963
All originals.  

PAGE 67:  

Photograph 1.   1st row: One of the Pettiford twins. 2nd row: left to right: Elizabeth 'Betty' Pettiford, Mortimer Demmey, unidentified girl, and Edith Demmey c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio  
Photograph 2.   1st row: Tommy Pettiford. 2nd row: left to right: Mary and Ann Pettiford. 3rd row: left to right: Genevieve Ellison and Alta Morgan Pettiford c. 1930's - Fremont, Ohio
Photograph 3.    1st row: John Pettiford. 2nd row: Elizabeth 'Betty' Pettiford. 3rd row left to right: Jane and Robert 'Bob' Pettiford. c. 1920's - Fremont, Ohio
All originals.  

PAGE 68:   

Photograph 1.   Left to right: Unidentified woman, Alta Morgan Pettiford, and another unidentified woman c. 1940's - Fremont, Ohio  
Photograph 2.    Left to right: Jane Pettiford Harris and her daughter, Alta; Elizabeth 'Betty' Pettiford Roberts and her daughter, Barbara c. 1944 - Fremont, Ohio                      
All originals. 

Box 10

Album 2

Photographs

PAGE 1: 

Photograph 1. John Lochard Robertson, the son of Lord Lochard, an English nobleman and his 14 or 15 year old mulatto housekeeper, from the West Indies c.1880's - Shelby County, Ohio
Photograph 2. Diana A. Redman Robertson, a daughter of Moses and Elizabeth Redman c.1880s - Shelby County, Ohio
Photograph 3. Harriet 'Hattie' Robertson Stoglin Myers, a daughter of John L. and Diana A. Redman Robertson.              
All print copies from the originals. 
PAGE 2:   

Photograph 1.   Harriet 'Hattie' Robertson Stoglin Myers, a daughter of John Lochard Robertson and Diana A. Redman Robertson. 
Photograph 2.   Sarah 'Sally' Ann Robertson Lett, a daughter of John Lochard Robertson and Diana A. Redman Robertson c. 1916 - Lima, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Eliza 'Lida' A. Robertson Lowry, a daughter of John Lochard Robertson and Diana A. Redman Robertson c. 1880's
2 print copies and 1 original.
 
PAGE 3:   

Photograph 1.   

John Nelson Robertson, a son of John Lochard Robertson and Diana A. Redman Robertson c. 1860's
Photograph 2.    James Lochard Robertson, a son of John Lochard Robertson and Diana A. Redman Robertson c. 1850's
Photograph 3.    Catherine Lucas Robertson Gillespie,  the wife and widow of James Lochard Robertson c. 1860's
All print copies from the originals.              
PAGE 4:   

Photograph 1.   Left to right: Adora Robertson Manley, Elnora Manley and Edward Manley; the husband of Adora. Elnora Manley was the daughter of Edward and Adora Robertson Manley. Adora Robertson Manley was a daughter of James Lochard Robertson and Catherine Lucas Robertson Gillespie.
Photograph 2.    Left to right: Rev. Reuben Clark, Ella Robertson Clark; their son, Leslie Clark; and their daughters, Mabelle and Florence. The child is Doris, a daughter of Florence. Ella Robertson Clark was a daughter of James Lochard Robertson and Catherine Lucas Robertson Gillespie.
Photograph 3.   Left to right: Adora Robertson Manley and Ella Robertson Clark; the daughters of James Lochard Robertson and Catherine Lucas Robertson Gillespie.
All print copies from the originals.                
PAGE 5: 

Photograph 1.   Mary Ann Stevens Jones, a daughter of Frederick and Louisa Sweeney Stevens and the wife of Edward Allen Jones c. 1880's - Shelby County, Ohio
Photograph 2.   Nathaniel Stevens, a son of Frederick and Louisa Sweeney Stevens c. 1860's Champaign County, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Hannah Stevens, a daughter of Frederick and Louisa Sweeney Stevens. 
All print copies from the originals. 
PAGE 6:   

Photograph 1.   Aquilla and Eliza Brackston Stevens. He was a son of Michael and Elizabeth Lett Stevens c. 1900 -  Athens County, Ohio
Photograph 2.   John Clarence Clifford Stevens, a son of Nathaniel and Lavina Redman Stevens - Champaign County, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Moses Caliman, a son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Caliman c. 1880 - Muskingum County, Ohio
All print copies from the originals.
PAGE 7:   

Photograph 1.   Henrietta 'Nettie' M. Lett Jones, a daughter of Thomas Jefferson Lett and Sarah 'Sally' Robertson Lett and the wife of Frederick Alexander Jones c. 1920's - Allen County, Ohio
Photograph 2.   Left to right: Frederick Alexander Jones and Henrietta 'Nettie' M. Lett Jones. Frederick was a son of Edward Allen Jones and Mary Ann Stevens Jones c. 1914 - Allen County, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Henrietta 'Nettie' M. Lett Jones, a daughter of Thomas Jefferson Lett and Sarah 'Sally' Robertson Lett and the wife of Frederick Alexander Jones c. 1930's - Allen County, Ohio
All original copies.
PAGE 8:   

Photograph 1.   1st row left to right: Leroy S. Jones, Oliver Freeman, Lester and Chester Freeman, Leonard F. Jones. 2nd row left to right: Sarah F. Jones, Helen Robinson, Evelyn Freeman, unidentified woman. 3rd row left to right: Henrietta 'Nettie' M. Lett Jones, Eliza 'Lida' Lett Robinson Freeman, Sarah 'Sally' Ann Robertson Lett, unidentified man, Frederick A. Jones, James Lett, Hazel A. Jones, Cynthia Jones Redman and Mary Maude Chavis Lett c. 1917 Lima, Ohio
Photograph 2.   Frederick Alexander Jones c. 1910 - Lima, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Frederick Alexander Jones c. 1910 - Lima, Ohio
All original copies.
PAGE 9:   

Photograph 1.   In sequence: Hazel Almina Jones, Mary Ethel Jones; Hazel, Ethel; and Hazel and Ethel; 2 of the daughters of Frederick Alexander Jones and Henrietta 'Nettie' M. Lett Jones c. 1910 taken in a photo booth - Lima, Ohio
Photograph 2.   Left to right: Sarah Faye Jones and Ethel Jones Hunter; daughters of Frederick Alexander Jones and Henrietta 'Nettie' M. Lett Jones c. 1914 - Lima, Ohio
Photograph 3.   Left to right: Ethel Jones Hunter and Leona Opal Jones Cottman; daughters of Frederick Alexander Jones and Henrietta 'Nettie' M. Lett Jones c. 1916 - Lima, Ohio
All original copies.
PAGE 10:   

Photograph 1.   Left to right: unidentified woman and Hazel A. Jones c. 1920's
Photograph 2.   Left to right: unidentified woman, Mary Harriet 'Hattie' Cornelia Lett Manning Chancellor and Hazel A. Jones c. 1920's
Photograph 3.   Left to right: Hazel A. Jones, Mary Harriet 'Hattie' Cornelia Lett Manning Chancellor and unidentified woman c. 1920's
All original copies.
 PAGE 11: 

Photograph 1. Group photo: left to right: The Algerites: Miss Tate, Hazel Jones, Katie Hawkins and Mr. and Mrs. Chat Patterson c. 1920's
Original copy.
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Photograph 1.   Hazel Almina Jones Clemens, a daughter