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Last Name: Dey

First Name : Carrie

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Subject's City: Trenton

Subject's State: NJ

Subject's County: Mercer

Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1921-1940

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Comments: Carrie Dey (Nee: ) | Trenton NJ United States | 1921-1940 | Comments: I found this photo in my parents drawers after my father, Harold Wildblood, died in 2000. It is mounted on cardboard. Someone, possibly my father, wrote on the back: Carrie Dey, 142 South Stockton Street, Trenton, N.J.; No. 1 A Kodak Junior Eastman Roll Film. The girl might be a friend of the Wildblood or Bennett families in Trenton, but I cannot rule out the possibility it was picked up at a rummage sale or flea market. The little lass might also be a friend of my great aunt, Jennie Mott. I have done some searching in Trenton directories but have not yet found a Dey family at that address. Dey is a common name in the Trenton area. If anyone can identifiy the girl, please let me know.

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