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Photo #47864

Last Name: Alex

First Name : Frank

Middle Name:

Subject's City: Chicago

Subject's State: IL

Subject's County: Cook

Subject's Country: United States


Photographer: Pleschner's Studio

Photographer's City: Chicago

Photographer's State: IL


Type** : B&W

Comments: Frank Alex (Nee: ) | Chicago IL United States | | Comments: Believed to be brother of Greatgrandfather, Anthony Joseph Alex. Family name is now Alex, but has been Alexa in some census records, immigration, etc. Frank came to America with his parents, John and Katherine Alex in Oct.1868. Photo taken early in the century at g. Pleschner's Studio at 3506 W. 26th St., Chicago, Illinois. Family lived at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin during 1870, 1880 census', then found on 1900, 1910, 1920 census'living West Town, Chicago. Anthony homesteaded Montana in 1911, so contact with family may not have taken place. Photographed at G. Pleschner's Studio

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