Marion Arline Erbland nee Brown

Donald Erbland - Husband of Marion

Versailles Area
Cattaraugus & Southwestern Erie Counties, NY

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  1. Aleirrel - Willie G. Aleirrel (Last name spelling?)
  2. Clock - Mrs Clock
  3. Gardinu - R. Gardinu
  4. Henderson - Mr. Henderson by Harry McNeill
  5. Oleson - Teacher
  6. Taylor - Alice Taylor by Bairstour, Warren, Pa.
  7. Elsie Hayward
  8. Thurston Spencer Hayward, 1914

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Willie G. Aleirrel (Last name spelling?) - The inscription on the back of the photo says, "April 1876-" as well as Willie's name but the spelling of the last name is difficult to read.
Willie G. Aleirrel
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Mrs. Clock - Reverse side reads, "Mrs. Clock" and also "Send your CABINET CARD Photo, for a copy and 24 cents, and we will send you postpaid, 12 of these MINI - PHOTOS. We return your pictures in same condition as recieved. We CANNOT make them from TINTYPES. RUBBER STAMP CO., 11 & 12 Center St. New Haven, Conn."
Mrs. Clock
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R. Gardinu  - Unknown relationship with the Brown's.  Middle initial marked on photo is indecipherable. 
R. Gardinu

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Mr. Henderson - Photograph by "Harry McNeill, WOLEBEN BLOCK, Fredonia, N.Y."
Mr. Henderson
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Mr. Oleson - The reverse of this photo reads, "MR. OLESON, TEACHER IN VERSAILLES, N.Y. ABOUT 1906"  The cardboard frame around the source photo is marked "Franklin, GOWANDA, N.Y."
Mr. Oleson
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Alice Taylor photograph by Bairstour, Warren, Pa.
Alice Taylor
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Elsie Hayward, sister to A. Jay Hayward and daughter of Asa Kirby Hayward and Harriet (nee Ticknor) Hayward. The photographer is listed on the front border of the source photo as "Scott, Forestville, N.Y." The reverse side reads "Elsie Hayward".
Elsie Hayward
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Thurston Spencer Hayward (b. 24-JUL-1894 at Versailles NY, d. 20-JUL-1989) was the son of A. Jay Hayward and Marion Alice (nee Brown) Hayward.  He was thus a first cousin to Marion Erbland and a nephew to Elsie Hayward (shown above). As can be seen, this photo was taken in 1914 and the photographer was also "Scott" of Forestville, N.Y. 
Thurston Spencer Hayward

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