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 Missing Links

 

The following photographs are from my great-grandfather's family photo album.

The other identified photographs in the album were of people from the Owl's Head, So. Thomaston and Rockland area in Maine.  I honestly don't know if these folks were there or in the Boston/Malden Massachusetts area (where we know our Ash ancestors lived in the very early 1800's).

I'm hoping that someone will see a clue that they're willing to share.

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Please contact me if you have ANY additional

information about any of these people!!

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William James Ash - my great grandfather and owner of the photos shown here.  (born in Malden, Massachusetts 1859, died 1916 in Allegan, Michigan) 

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Mrs. William James Ash (Effie B. Linda Seymour) - my great-grandmother 1863-1950) - photo taken by Heald & Bro., Photographists, No. 3 Ellis Building, Lynn, Mass

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Mr. Pennie - relationship unknown - photo taken by Heald & Bro., Photographists, No. 3 Ellis Building, Lynn, Mass. 

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Carry Turner - no other info on photo - adjacent to Mrs. Achasa Turner (below) --  Who were the Turners and how do they connect to our Ash/Snow/North family?

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Mrs. Achasa Turner - no other info on photo - adjacent to Carry Turner (above) -- Who were the Turners and how do they connect to our Ash/Snow/North family?

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Mr. Charles Cook - Clarke Photo, Hillsdale, MI - with a 2 cent US tax stamp that was only used during the Civil War/ the stamp tax ended in 1865. A 2 cent stamp means the photos were less than 50 cents each. 

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Lilian Ash - relationship unknown - photo taken by  Heald & Bro., Photographists, No. 3 Ellis Building, Lynn, Mass.
Unknown Woman - Photograph taken in Jackson Michigan - is she perhaps one of the wives of James S. North who lived in Jackson for a time??
   

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