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9288William Francis StanleyImage, Photograph, CabinetPeopleCook - L.W. Cook StudioWilliam Francis Stanley was born to Sans and Lucy Dolliver (Getchell) Stanley in 1854 in Tremont, Maine. William married Estella Benson (1855-1940), daughter of William H. and Lucy Ann (Noonan) Benson, on December 9, 1879. William Francis Stanley died in October 1909. L.W. Cook, Photographer, 145 Tremont St. and 203 Washington St., Boston.
Description:William Francis Stanley was born to Sans and Lucy Dolliver (Getchell) Stanley in 1854 in Tremont, Maine. William married Estella Benson (1855-1940), daughter of William H. and Lucy Ann (Noonan) Benson, on December 9, 1879. William Francis Stanley died in October 1909. L.W. Cook, Photographer, 145 Tremont St. and 203 Washington St., Boston.
6575Probably Amelia Mary Clark, Mrs. William Thomas HolmesImage, Photograph, PrintPeopleCook - L.W. Cook StudioSouthwest Harbor32 Fernald Point RoadThe photograph belongs to the Clark family, descendants of Nathan Clark and Mercy (Higgins) Clark. Archivists have debated Mary's identity for some time. Their best guess is that she is Amelia Mary Clark (1831-1905), daughter of John Clark and Margaret Adaline (Richardson) Clark, granddaughter of Nathan Clark and Mercy (Higgins) Clark – Mrs. William Thomas Holmes, mother of Anson Irving Holmes. The photograph was likely taken at the Lewis Holmes house on Fernald Point Road.
Description:The photograph belongs to the Clark family, descendants of Nathan Clark and Mercy (Higgins) Clark. Archivists have debated Mary's identity for some time. Their best guess is that she is Amelia Mary Clark (1831-1905), daughter of John Clark and Margaret Adaline (Richardson) Clark, granddaughter of Nathan Clark and Mercy (Higgins) Clark – Mrs. William Thomas Holmes, mother of Anson Irving Holmes. The photograph was likely taken at the Lewis Holmes house on Fernald Point Road. [show more]