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Pennington Family Photo Album

Album #35 PENNINGTON

Wine Fabric Album 7x9”, Cabinet Cards (taken after 1880). This album came from a sale in Nova Scotia.

Surnames: Foss, Pennington, Lancaster, Smith, Price, Anderson, Kennedy, Tuck, Parker, Merril, Tracey, Dow, Frye, Pray, Forbis, Forbes, Butterfield

Locations: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Canada, Maine, Minnesota, Washington, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts

Types of Early Photographs

The type of photograph in an album helps to date the album

Daguerreotypes (ca 1839)

Photography in USA began circa 1839 but not many are found before 1854.

Ambrotypes (circa 1854)

The ambrotype was a glass negative backed with black material so it appeared as a positive image

Tintypes (ca 1855)

The Ferrotype process (tintypes) was introduced in the United States in 1855. It substituted an iron plate for glass and is one of a kind. No copies could be made from a tintype.

Carte de Visite or CDVs (ca 1859)

CDV stands for carte de visite. CDVs replaced ambrotypes, producing a card 2.5 by 4" CDVs arrived in the United States around 1859, on the eve of the Civil War (1861-1865). On June 30, 1864 a tax on photographs, ambrotypes, daguerreotypes and other "sun-pictures" went into effect. Tax Revenue Stamps had to be placed on the backs of photographs from that date (1864) until August 1, 1866. This helps date CDVs taken in this time period.

Cabinet Cards (circa 1870)

CDV’s were replaced in the 1870s by Cabinet Cards which were on a larger 4 by 6" card.
I am pleased to now offer individual photographic reproductions for sale! You can purchase a photographic reproduction of any family photo from my albums. I have rescued over 2500 one-of-a-kind identified family photos taken 1850 to 1900.


List of photos as identified in album
  • PEN-1. “Eugene Foss” v= Colpitts & Co, Portland ME. “Willie McLauglin”
  • PEN-2. “Gene Foss” empty
  • PEN-3. “Grace Lancaster” v= Elmer Chickering, Boston Mass
  • PEN-4. “Walter Smith” f=McKay, Calais ME
  • PEN-5. “Wallace Price” f = Bryson, Houlton ME
  • PEN-6. “Ralph Smith” f = Taylor’s Falls, Sargent, Minnesota
  • PEN-7. “Anne Pennington” v= T S Estabrook, Houlton Maine
  • PEN-8. “Sada Pennington v= T S Estabrook, Houlton Maine
  • PEN-9. “Will? Samuel? Dow” f= Weston, Bangor ME
  • PEN-10. “Hennie & Annie Pennington”
  • PEN-11. “Lil Anderson” f= L S Tapley, Lewiston
  • PEN-12. “Grace Lancaster” f = Burnham, Burlington VT
  • PEN-13. “Jack Kennedy” f=Boston Mass
  • PEN-14. “Mrs. Parker Tuck” v=J P Tuck, Danforth Mass
  • PEN-15. “Jerry Merril” f=Geo F Brown, Portland ME
  • PEN-16. “Osgood Smith” F=Bryson, Houlton ME
  • PEN-17. Calling Card “Mrs. A. B. Tracey”
  • PEN-18. “Emma Tuck”
  • PEN-19. “Alburney Frye” f=Smith & Bart, Seattle Washington
  • PEN-20. “Virgie Tuck” [baby & toddler in photo] f=Johnson, Danforth
  • PEN-21. “Ralph Smith” v=Sargent, Taylor’s Falls, Minnesota
  • PEN-22. “Winnie Pray” f=Bryson, Houlton ME
  • PEN-23. “Leonard Forbis/Forbes” f=McKay, Calais, M
  • PEN-24. “Myra Tuck” f=Bryson, Houlton ME
  • PEN-25. “Osgood Smith” empty
  • PEN-26. “Stella Lancaster” empty
  • PEN-27. empty slot
  • PEN-28. “jun? Butterfield v=Caribou ME
  • PEN-29. “Geo Pennington” v = Houlton ME
  • PEN-30. empty
  • PEN-31. “Fred Smith” v=Bryson. Houlton ME
  • PEN-32. empty
  • PEN-33. empty
  • PEN-34. empty
  • PEN-35. empty
  • PEN-36. empty
  • PEN-37. empty
  • PEN-38. empty
  • PEN-39. empty
  • PEN-40. no name. Man & woman, early 1900s

Purchase Your Ancestor Photo in 3 Easy Steps

Step 1: Write down the Album #. Example: #55
Step 2: Write down the Name & Number of each photo you are interested in. Example: MA-2, MA-15
Step 3: Place your order for individual quality photographic reproductions

Sample Photos from Album

Pennington Nova Scotia & Maine photos

Also see individual thumbnails (100x100 pixels) online for all Pennington Family Photo Album photos.

My Genealogy Research

1880 Census Houlton, Arootsok, Maine
PENNINGTON
  • George L. b NB [New Brunswick], 39 parents b NB, farmer
  • Sarah A b NB 40
  • Sadie A 15, b Maine [1864-1889. PEN-8. Married James D Smith]
  • Julia M 17 b Maine
  • Henrietta [Hennie 1866-1906. PEN-10 married William Yerxa] 14, b Maine
  • James 11 b Maine
  • George A, 8 b Maine [George Almon 1872-1907. PEN-29]
  • Anna 6 b Maine [PEN-7, PEN-10]
George Leonard Pennington (above) s/o William E. Pennington, ws born 1841 in Queensbury, York New Brunswick and died 1911 Bridgewater, Aroostook Maine. He married Sarah Augusta Jones d/o Henry Jones & Elizabeth Pugsley. Sarah was also born Queensbury, York New Brunswick

James L. Pennington (1799-1888), farmer and lumberman migrated from New Brunswick to Houlton Maine cira 1840. Then to Stillwater Minnesota 1854. Married Mary Ann Gallop and had 10 children

James' brother William E. Pennington (1804-1884) was a Baptist Minister. He married Isabella Slip and had 14 children. He migrated from New Brunswick to Houlton Maine to Minnesota

PEN-5. “Wallace Price” found in 1880 Census Houlton Maine as 30 year old Stage Coach Driver. Also found in 1860 census Houlton Maine as 8 year son of Edmund Price 34 born New Brunswick and wife Mary 36 born New Brunswick. Edmund Price's parents were Edmund Price & Margaret Smith. Edmund Price (1826-1861) married mary Ryder born 1830 New Brunswick

PEN-16. “Osgood Smith” found in 1900 census Houlton Maine as 40 year sailor born March 1860 in Maine. Wife Alice 28 born Maine and children Irvin 7 and Beulah 3. Osggod Smith md Alcie M Lougee

PEN-14. “Mrs. Parker Tuck" found in 1900 census for Danforth Washington Maine as Hannah C. born Nov. 1848 married to Parker D. Tuck born March 1845 (father born New Hampshire, mother born Maine) Next door is Leo Tuck born March 1866 with wife Ruth Emily and children Virginia Ruth [PEN-20?] born 1891 and Myra Ellen [PEN-24?] born 1894. Parker Tuck was born Dominicus Parker Tuck (1843-1910) to Samuel Greenleaf Tuck and Almira Dudley. Dominicus Parker Tuck married Hannah Crosby Gilpatrick [PEN-14] (1843-1916). They had 2 known children - Leo Hooer Tuck (1866-1917) m Ruth Emma Hilton. Leo and wife had children Virginia Ruth (Virgie) [PEN-20] who married Frank Tracey [see PEN-17] and Myra [PEN-24].

Lost Faces Introduction

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