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Lord-Winslow Photos               

Below are the Lord-Winslow family photos and information that has been contributed by Pat Mead. If you have any questions please contact her as she is very interested in learning more about her family lines.

Thank You Pat for sharing these wonderful photos with us.  


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Brackett Lord


Clarissa Williams Winslow


The back of the photo for Brackett


Clarissa Williams Winslow was born March 13, 1818 in Hunter Township and died at the age of 51 on July 29, 1869 in Newton Centre, Massachusetts. She was educated in the two-teacher, two room school in Upper Falls, became a teacher and later presided over the same classroom in which she had once been a pupil.

She was married in the local Methodist church on Thanksgiving Day, November 31, 1843 by Gardner Rice (schoolmaster to some of the Winslow boys) to Brackett Lord who was born January 4, 1819 in Ossipee, Carroll Co., New Hampshire, the son of Wentworth and Sally (May) Lord. He died June 25, 1872. They raised a family of five children, three born in Upper Falls and two in Needham.

Theirs was a classroom romance as Mr. Lord was also a teacher in the village school. He also played a part in the California Gold Rush story.






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