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Photo #1394


First Name : FAMILY

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Subject's State: IN

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Subject's Country: UNITED STATES

Date: 1851-1900

Photographer: TUTTLE

Photographer's City: PLYMOUTH

Photographer's State: IN


Type** : CC

Comments: FAMILY RAILSBACK (Nee: ) | IN UNITED STATES | 1851-1900 | Comments: Archive Note 3/26/2006 Anita writes ** The picture is of my grandfather's uncle Hugh Railsback and his son Oliver Railsback. I had thought it was Hugh's brother Nathan. But a note on the back of the picture says it is the Hugh Railsback family** -------Sent Home ---------- 8/28/2005 Archive Note : Anita at is looking for information-** I believe this picture is of is my grandfather\'s uncle. Nathan Railsback married Mary Whisman, and they had one surviving child Alvarado Railsback. They were from Marshall County, Indiana. Nathan, born in 1836, was one of seven sons of Caleb Railsback and the grandson of Revolutionary War soldier David Railsback.** Photographer W.Tuttle Archive#1394

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