This young family includes Sarah M. PADDOCK‘s son John M. PADDOCK, born out of wedlock, his oldest three daughters, her granddaughters, and his wife.In 1889 John M. PADDOCK (1851-1925) and his wife Nannie C. JOHNSON (1863-1930) were photographed with their first three children – Jennie (1883-1928), Essie Pearl (1885-1959), and Nellie (1888-?). Don’t the girls look just like their mother?
John and Nannie’s family lived in Center Township, Union County, Indiana, and continued to grow with the births of Fannie in 1891, Clarence Floyd in 1894, Alma B. in 1897, Lawrence in 1900 and Vernon in 1903.
Huddleston was known to have had his business in New Castle, Henry County, 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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