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I love old family photographs, they are one of my most cherished items! Having the ability of being able to connect a face to our written genealogy brings real life to the pages. I hope you will discover a photograph of your ancestor in this gallery, and I also hope you will share your old family photographs with us. Use the Submit Data link on the top of the page to send copies of your photos. Any old photographs with a Boone County connection are welcome ... individuals, buildings, houses, geographical locations, cemeteries, gravestones, etc. The only requirement is that we do not post photographs of living individuals without their consent, and usually only photographs of individuals taken more than fifty years ago, and thus of more genealogical interest.

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Identification

Submitted By

Gov. Samuel Moffett Ralston

Source: "The History of Boone County, Indiana, Volume II,"
Crist, Hon L. M., 1914.

Note: See biographies

 
Dr. Jesse S. Reagan

Source: "Early Life and Times in Boone County, Indiana," Harden & Spahr, Lebanon, Ind., May, 1887.

Note: See biography

9/10/2007
James Sherman Richardson Bryan Bunney
Joel Richardson

Joel Richardson lived in Big Springs, Boone County, Indiana from 1837 to 1871. He was married to Mary Polly Evans.

Bryan Bunney
Joel & Mary (Evans) Richardson

(See description above)

Bryan Bunney
Mary Polly (Evans) Richardson

Wife of Joel Richardson. (See description above.)

Bryan Bunney
Charles W. Riley, MD Courtesy of:
Montgomery County, INGenWeb
9/4/2007
Fred A. Riner

1894-1956
Son of Marion P. & Mary (Reek) Riner.

Louise Thompson
1/23/2007
Fred A. Riner - 1918 USMC

(see description above)

Louise Thompson
1/23/2007
Fred & Ruby Riner Wedding Day - 1919

Fred A. Riner and Ruby Cornelius were married December 20, 1919 in Advance, Boone County, Indiana.

Note: See their wedding invitation and announcement.

Louise Thompson
9/6/2007
Riner Brothers

(L to R): Walter, Fred & Carl Riner, ca before 1917, in or near Advance Twp., Boone County, Indiana. Sons of Marion P. & Mary (Meek) Riner.

Louise Thompson
1/23/2007
Riner Family - 1913

(Front L to R): Marion P. Riner, Walter Riner and Mary (Meek) Riner
(Back L to R): Vervie Riner, Fred Riner, Carl Riner and Fern Riner.

Louise Thompson
1/23/2007
Riner Family - 1930's

(Left to Right): Carl Riner, Barbara Riner, Fred Riner, Mary Meek Riner, Mrs. Walter Riner, Walter Riner and Diana Riner (daughter of Fred and Ruby Riner.) Early 1930's.

Louise Thompson
9/9/2007
Frank Roberts

More information?

Julie Townsend
9/13/2007
Grover & Eva May (Curtis) Romine - ca 1910

Eva was the daughter of Wallace & Charlotte (Blaine) Curtis of Lebanon, Indiana.
Peggy Curtis Smith
J. H. Rose - ca 1872

Source: "Combination Atlas Map of Boone County Indiana: Compiled, Drawn and Published from Personal Examinations and Surveys By Kingman Brothers." Published 1878.
Repository: Indiana State Library.

T. Stover - Coordinator
10/7/2007
Mary (Dixon) Russell

More information?

Julie Townsend
9/13/2007

Scott Family at Old Zion Church, Missouri - ca 1895-1897  NEW!

(Front L): James W. and E. Angeline (Webb) Scott.
(Back L): Simon and Elizabeth "Lizzy" (Galyon) Scott.

The Old Zion Church was located in Section 35, Range 16 West, Township 39 North, Lake Road 54-65, Anderson Hollow, Camden County, Missouri. The Zion General Baptist Church was founded April, 1895 by Br. Elder, T. M. Mace, S. M. Burch, A. J. Miller Pastor, J. W. Scott Deacon and D. N. Scott Deacon. Charter members were: S. M. Burch, S. E. Burch, S. F. Scott, S. E. Jeffries, M. E. Allen, J. A. Webb, Elizabeth Burch, Simon Scott, Elizabeth Scott, James McDowell and Amanda McDowell. In later years the church was disbanded and the building was torn down.

Information from Shirley Kohlstaedt: "At least five Stamper's here in center. Tall one in center is my grandfather William Earnest. [The] one with bible next to him is his father William Marion. To his left is Dallas and below him is Alva, and the boy with him is Vernon Stamper. Youngest girl on the right is Nadine (Meltebarger) Blankenship, raised by her grandfather William Marion." Information also appears in the "Bagnell Dam Anniversary Book", page 72.

See: Descendants of Elisha P. Scott

Bev Scott-Kendall
11/18/2008

Simon & Elizabeth (Galyon) Scott Family - ca 1910   NEW!

(Front): Simon & Elizabeth (Galyon) Scott
(Middle L to R): Eva Luella Scott, Alta Ellen Scott and Hattie Mae Scott
(Back L to R): George Harrison and Charles Franklin Scott

Photo taken at Passover, Camden County, Missouri ca 1910. Passover (Fort Passover) is under the Lake of The Ozarks. The Scott family moved from Indiana to Camden County Missouri before 1850.

See: Descendants of Elisha P. Scott

Bev Scott-Kendall
11/18/2008

Lindsy, Willard & Flora (Snyder) Scott - ca 1920-1925  NEW!

(Front): Flora Ellen (Snyder) Scott, wife of George Harrison Scott.
(Back L to R): Lindsy & Willard Scott, sons of George & Flora (Snyder) Scott.

See: Descendants of Elisha P. Scott

Bev Scott-Kendall
11/18/2008

Scott & Livingston Family - ca 1950   NEW!

(L to R): Simon Scott, Charles Scott (son of Simon Scott), Minnie (Livingston) Scott (wife of Charles Scott, daughter of Robert & Alice (Aland) Livingston), Robert Livingston. Photo taken at the home of Charles and Minnie Scott at Bucknew, Missouri.

See: Descendants of Elisha P. Scott

Bev Scott-Kendall
11/18/2008
Amanda Shockley

From Sarah Jane (Shockley) Isley's photograph album (see more in unidentified photo section).

"Later married to William Jones."

Janet Isley Price
Annie Shockley

From Sarah Jane (Shockley) Isley's photograph album (see more in unidentified photo section).

"This is a tintype photo. Ann Shockley was the daughter of Barbara (Hilligoss) Shockley and John Shockley. She married William Monroe Davis (I have both of their obituaries). Ann (Shockley) Davis had 10 children that I know of; Grace, Roy, Ruby, Russell, Lena, Lola, John, Dorothy, Guy and Ocie."

Janet Isley Price
Barbara (Hilligoss) Shockley

From Sarah Jane (Shockley) Isley's photograph album (see more in unidentified photo section).

Photo of her mother, Barbara (Hilligoss) Shockley. Parents: father; Joseph Hilligoss, mother; Sarah Jones. Born: 28 Nov 1818, Kentucky, died; 28 January 1888, Indiana. Married: John William Shockley 16 March 1840.

Janet Isley Price
F. Gill Shockley

From Sarah Jane (Shockley) Isley's photograph album (see more in unidentified photo section).

  • 9/27/2007 - Comment by Debi Cassity Fisher: "This is probably Ogilva Franklin Shockley (born abt 1875) the son of Alfred E. Shockley and his first wife Mahala F. Mann. "Gill" who later referred to himself as Frank, married Grace Dodson abt 1901. They had one child Amelia M. Shockley who was born in 1906. Gill would have been a 2nd cousin to Sarah Jane Isley. Alfred's father, James, and Sarah's father, John, were brothers."

Note from Coordinator: "Can anyone provide more information?"

Janet Isley Price
John Shockley

Caption reads: Great Grandfather John Shockley, Note from the Jamestown Press: 75 Years Ago Today July 18, 1878, Thrashing machine explosion killed John Shockley, 3 others were also killed and several injured.

See biographical information on John Shockley photograph below.

Gayland K. Isley
9/24/2007
John William Shockley

From Sarah Jane (Shockley) Isley's photograph album (see more in unidentified photo section).

Photo of her father, John William Shockley, born 17 January, 1820. Died 17 July, 1878 (explosion of thrashing machine, Hendricks County, Indiana.) Married Barbara Hilligoss 16 March, 1840 in Montgomery County, KY. Father: Kennel Shockley. Mother: Lucretia Hefflin.

Janet Isley Price
Sanford Shockley

From Sarah Jane (Shockley) Isley's photograph album (see more in unidentified photo section).


  • 9/25/2007 - Comment by: Debi Cassity Fisher - "Sanford E. Shockley was a 1st cousin to Sarah Jane Shockley Isley. He was born to Henry and Sarah Jane Rader Shockley in Rush County, Indiana on January 25, 1857 and later moved to the Hendricks/Boone County area to be near his Shockley relatives who had moved there sometime during the 1850's. He married, first, Georgiana Gillespie with whom he had a daughter, Maude. After Georgiana died, he married Katie Cassity with whom he had a son, Loy. He died December 5, 1921 in Columbia, Missouri."

Note from Coordinator: "Can anyone provide more information?"

Janet Isley Price
Philip Sicks

Source: "Early Life and Times in Boone County, Indiana," Harden & Spahr, Lebanon, Ind., May, 1887.

Note: See biography

9/9/2007
J. F. Sims, M.D.

Source: "Combination Atlas Map of Boone County Indiana: Compiled, Drawn and Published from Personal Examinations and Surveys By Kingman Brothers." Published 1878.
Repository: Indiana State Library.

T. Stover - Coordinator
10/7/2007
Robert Slocum

Source: "Early Life and Times in Boone County, Indiana," Harden & Spahr, Lebanon, Ind., May, 1887.

Note: See biography of his father John Slocum and the Slocum family.

9/9/2007
Aaron Smith

Source: "Early Life and Times in Boone County, Indiana," Harden & Spahr, Lebanon, Ind., May, 1887.

Note: See biography

9/9/2007
Frances (Thomas) Smith - Mrs. Aaron Smith

wife of Aaron Smith.

Source: "Early Life and Times in Boone County, Indiana," Harden & Spahr, Lebanon, Ind., May, 1887.

Note: See biography

9/9/2007
Eli Smith

Son of Aaron and Frances (Thomas) Smith.

Source: "Early Life and Times in Boone County, Indiana," Harden & Spahr, Lebanon, Ind., May, 1887.

Note: See his father Aaron Smith's biography

9/9/2007
James Snodgrass & Family

Source: "The History of Boone County, Indiana, Volume II,"
Crist, Hon L. M., 1914.

 
John H. Spahr

Source: "Combination Atlas Map of Boone County Indiana: Compiled, Drawn and Published from Personal Examinations and Surveys By Kingman Brothers." Published 1878.
Repository: Indiana State Library.

T. Stover - Coordinator
10/7/2007
Elenora Webb Spangler

"I have her obituary. She lived in Hendricks County and traveled across the state to spin and work the wheel for Pioneer displays. This is the only picture I have of her and it is a "double exposure". She was in the newspaper several times and a educational movie was made of her spinning before she died. The movie was used in school systems across the USA. The movie was shot in Hendricks or Boone County Indiana. There is a newspaper article in the Jamestown Press of her. I remember seeing the movie when I was in Elementary school out here in California. I wish I could get a copy of it now!"

Janet Isley Price
Connally Spangler's portable sawmill

"This photograph was taken circa 1905 [in] Boone County or Hendricks County, Indiana. Connally Spangler and his workers would lay railroad tracks to your farm and cut down the trees with his portable saw. The names of the workers are unknown. In this photograph Connally is standing in the foreground on the right side."

Janet Isley Price
Alexander O. Spencer

Source: "The History of Boone County, Indiana, Volume II,"
Crist, Hon L. M., 1914.

Note: See biography

 
The Stark Family - 4 Generations

Dora E. Stark, Philip W. Stark, A. W. Stark & John P. Stark.

Source: "The History of Boone County, Indiana, Volume II,"
Crist, Hon L. M., 1914.

 
Joseph M. Swope

Source: "The History of Boone County, Indiana, Volume II,"
Crist, Hon L. M., 1914.

Note: See biography

 
Mrs. Joseph M. Swope

Source: "The History of Boone County, Indiana, Volume II,"
Crist, Hon L. M., 1914.

 
William Riley Taylor

Source: "Early Life and Times in Boone County, Indiana," Harden & Spahr, Lebanon, Ind., May, 1887.

Note: See biography

9/9/2007
T. J. Terhune

Source: "Combination Atlas Map of Boone County Indiana: Compiled, Drawn and Published from Personal Examinations and Surveys By Kingman Brothers." Published 1878.
Repository: Indiana State Library.

T. Stover - Coordinator
10/7/2007
Squire Thompson

 

Janet Isley Price
Dr. Jesse E. Tucker

Source: "The History of Boone County, Indiana, Volume II,"
Crist, Hon L. M., 1914.

 

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