Onondaga County Pictures Needing Identification

PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU KNOW THE IDENTITY OF ANY OF THE PICTURES BELOW :

NOTE: PICTURES #20-25 HAVE NAMES ON THE PICTURES, BUT WE DON'T KNOW WHO THEY ARE.

UNKNOWN PICTURE #1, front and back



UNKNOWN PICTURE #2
COLE FAMILY CHILREN ?

UNKNOWN PICTURE #3, front and back

PICTURE #4
Edson Jerome COLE

Picture #5, front and back
Edson Jerome Cole
Information from Photo Album marked by Jessie Emily Cole Dahms Shafer, his sister

UNKNOWN PICTURE #6

UNKNOWN PICTURE #7
Emily Marie ANNABLE COLE ?

UNKNOWN PICTURE #8

UNKNOWN PICTURE #9

UNKNOWN PICTURE #10

UNKNOWN PICTURE #11
written on back: Sherwood, the one that killed the birds that were stuffed.

UNKNOWN PICTURE #12

UNKNOWN PICTURE #13

UNKNOWN PICTURE #14
Rosalina Sophia NORTHWAY COLE FIELD (Pam's Great Grandmother) made the wedding dress this woman is wearing.

UNKNOWN PICTURE #15
From Barry Jones:  Picture #15 has a familiar look to it.  It may be an old photo of Bertha and Evin Field's home on Cole Road.  I hope to check out some old photos in this respect and will get back to you if  I find anything.

UNKNOWN PICTURE #16

UNKNOWN PICTURE #17

UNKNOWN PICTURE #18
Emily Marie ANNABLE COLE ?

PICTURE #19
Bertha H. (Abbey) Field (1896-1983)
From Barry Jones:  My wife, Kathy Field Jones, has a copy of picture #19. This is a picture of her grandmother, Bertha H. (Abbey) Field (1896-1983).  Bertha was the daughter of  Frank Abbey (1861-1921) and Mary Bussey Abbey(1866-1947). Bertha lived on a small 10 acre farm on Cole Road near South Onondaga N.Y. Bertha was married to Evin W. Field (1894-1975) and had two children, my wife's father, Alvin Field (1920-1958) and Alma F. Sevier.

PICTURE #20
FANNY FENNER KRAKAN
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 From: Hollis Abbott HAAbbott@worldnet.att.net
Picture # 20 - Fanny Fenner Krakau (1895-1965). Her husband was Volney Jerome Krakau (1893-1976). Their daughter is Ethel Krakau Cusick who lives near South Onondaga.

PICTURE #21
Leeta (Fenner) Griffith
MERRY XMAS TO UNCLE WILL & AUNT MATE FROM LEETA
TAKEN BEFORE 1918
(UNCLE WILL REFERS TO WILLIAM FIELD)
From Barry Jones:  I can also offer some insight on picture #21.  Although I do not recognize the picture, the information contained on it may prove helpful.  As I previously indicated, my wife's grandfather was Evin W. Field.  Evin's father was William H. Field (1871-1951) who also lived near South Onondaga.  Evin's mother and William's first wife was Mary Fenner Field (1871-1934).  Mary Fenner Field's brother was Guy Fenner (1866-1918).  Guy Fenner married William H. Field's sister, Flora E. Field (1866-1938).  I believe that William H. Field and Flora E. Field were the children of Leonard P. Field (1818-1900) and Sarah E. Fenner (1834-1872) but I have been unable to establish the connection.
    Guy Fenner and Mary Fenner Field were the children of Whitney Fenner (1833-1903) and Abigail Abbey (1837-1915).
    Guy Fenner and Flora Field Fenner had two daughters.  Luna Fenner, who married Everett Browning and Leeta Fenner who married Almeron Griffith.  Apparently, neither Luna or Leeta had any children and both are buried in South Onondaga Cemetery (as are practically everyone else I've mentioned).



PICTURE #22
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL.
FROM ETHEL MAE BALCH FENNER
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 From: Hollis Abbott HAAbbott@worldnet.att.net
Ethel Cusick believes that Picture #22 - Ethel Mae Balch Fenner was Rexford Fenner's wife - they were life-long residents of South Onondaga.

PICTURE #23
NETTIE MASON SIDDONS

PICTURE #24
BERTHA ABBEY FIELD
Bertha H. (Abbey) Field (1896-1983)
From Barry Jones:  Although we do not have a copy of picture #24, this too appears to be another picture of Bertha Field.


PICTURE  #25
DR. GAK
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 From: Hollis Abbott HAAbbott@worldnet.att.net
Picture #25 - Dr. Gak was a family physician in South Onondaga for many years. His wife was Edith Fenner Hoag Gak. Dr. Gak was Onondaga County Coroner in the early 1940's.

PICTURE #26
A group of mostly men (and a few women and children) gathered on a grassy lawn in front of a building,
with many of the men wearing stars on their chests. I'm pretty sure I
recognize three of the boys and one man, making these my Kreischer
relatives circa 1890 or so--but why the stars? I know the father was in
the Syracuse Saengerbund, so perhaps this was one of their group photos?
To my knowledge, my relatives were not involved in law enforcement!
Michelle Stone, Marietta, GA


PICTURE #27

A beautiful young lady (again, circa 1860-1900),  
a very large portrait and in an incredibly ornate frame--and we have no

idea who this lady is. This came out of my grandmother's closet after
she died. Again, the best bet is to check in Onondaga Co., where all my
grandma and grandpa's people settled after leaving Germany.
Michelle Stone, Marietta, GA


PICTURE #28
Unknown - from his Mother's photo album
AMcgregor@aol.com

PICTURE #29
Unknown - from Diane Wilson Flynn
 


PICTURE #30 - Unknown from Dianne Thomas
This picture, I believe is a graduate picture, possibly a nurse.
The Picture was taken at the Sol Young Studios that was at 543 S. Salina
St. in Syracuse. There were many Sol Young studios all around NYC,
Brooklyn , Jersey, Philly and CT.  I'm not sure what era this is, but
most of the pictures I have are somehow related to the WRIGHT and CANDEE
families in the area.

PICTURE #31 - Unknown from Dianne Thomas
This picture is taken at Palmer studios in Syracuse.  I haven't a clue, but
again, would be associated with the Wright or Candee families.


PICTURE #32 - Unknown from Dianne Thomas
This picture was taken at the Victoria Studios in Syracuse and I believe she
too is related to the Wright family.

PICTURE #33 - Unknown from Dianne Thomas
This picture was taken at a studio in Manlius, called  Bansier?   Her
name is Mrs. Edwin Plumley, but again, I don't know how she may tie into
the Wright family tree.


PICTURE #34 - Unknown from Dianne Thomas
These ladies had their pics take at the .....something  Preasey studio
in Syracuse, NY

PICTURE #35 - Unknown from Dianne Thomas
This young lady was a school friend of  Joan E.  Allen in the Syracuse
area, or possibly near the town of Mallory, NY.  It was taken abt
1945-1950.

PICTURE #36 - Unknown from Dianne Thomas
This picture was take at the R.W Pearson Studio in Arcade, NY.  I
believe they are Candee's and Wrights, but not sure which ones!

PICTURE #37 - GURAL Family

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Picture #38 - Unknown, from Sharon .  This picture form a part of the collection of Harriette Frear Martin-Funnell and George Edwin Funnell who were born in Syracuse in the 1880's and lived there until moving to Canada in 1915.  This photo is taken by Ernsberger, Auburn, NY.

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Picture #39 - Unknown, from Sharon .  This picture form a part of the collection of Harriette Frear Martin-Funnell and George Edwin Funnell who were born in Syracuse in the 1880's and lived there until moving to Canada in 1915.  This photo is taken by Bunn, 402 S Salina Ave. Syracuse.


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Picture #40 - Unknown, from Sharon .  This picture form a part of the collection of Harriette Frear Martin-Funnell and George Edwin Funnell who were born in Syracuse in the 1880's and lived there until moving to Canada in 1915.  

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Picture #41 - Unknown, from Sharon .  This picture form a part of the collection of Harriette Frear Martin-Funnell and George Edwin Funnell who were born in Syracuse in the 1880's and lived there until moving to Canada in 1915.  
Picture #42 - Karl Geisler

Picture #43 - 
Danelle


Unknown Photos from Jackie Humphrey

These photos were in the possession of Mary Hinsdale and husband Charles A. Baker.  Both were born in the Town of Camillus, and married in Amboy.  Mary Hinsdale 1837-1905; Charles Baker 1836-1909


Unknown Photos from Genron53@aol.com
The pictures come from the collection of my g grandmother Clara M. Spranger Schlegel (1858- 1946)  of Lancaster Erie Co. NY


If you have any photographs or postcards you would like us to add so others can identify them, please let us know!

  
Pamela Priest

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