Ellen (1837-1901) and Phebe (1827-1899) PADDOCK of Union County, Indiana, were daughters of Tristam PADDOCK and Charlotte PALMER. They weren’t twins even though they dressed alike when having their picture taken. Ellen, ten years younger than Phebe, was the taller of the two and had a higher forehead. They were the sister of Mary A. PADDOCK featured last week.
Later in life, perhaps in the early 1890s, Ellen (left) and Phebe (right), wearing matching outfits, were photographed by Huddleston in New Castle, Indiana.
More about this collection, how it came to be in my possession,
and links to previous posts in the series can be found here.
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