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In the Early Days

When states and counties began maintaining vital records‚ it was relatively common for many births and deaths to not be recorded. As time moved forward‚ the percentage of births and deaths that were actually entered in the records increased. But don’t be surprised if the number of births and deaths recorded in those first few […]

This baby picture was amongst my mothers things when she passed away on her 72nd birthday 3 March 201.  She left me a large red hassock that belonged to my grandfather Glen Hall Hemphill.  I can still see his socks on them at night.  🙂

Later the hassock went to my grandmother Rose Mina Sara (Reese) Hemphill.  When the hassock came to me it was full of old photographs along with a 1990 Reese Family history book that my mothers cousin Maynard Reese and several others put together.  A treasure trove of history by any historians account.  This treasure trove sparked the writing of a new Reese Family History book.  The Reese Family History: Fritz & Amelia Reese from Germany to America.  This book over 300 pages spanning 200 plus years of history.  The pride of my library…and still in production.  I hope to complete in a few short months as  await the contribution of a few more relatives.

Among the photos I found a well preserved 8×10 of a baby in a diaper.  No identification whatsoever.  I asked around…mailed out letters and no clue.  So I am reaching out to you.

On 30 March 189 Fritz & Amelia Reese arrived in America and stayed with relatives in Iowa.

The baby could be a Reese or he could be an Ebert or he could be an ?

I am thinking Iowa Minnesota North Dakota or Nebraska.  It is a wonderful picture….If you have any information…PLEASE HELP.

 

 

 $200.00 CASH REWARD if you can identify this baby.  Must be supported by other photos/documents etc.

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