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1878 Map of Snyder Township, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania
1878 Map of Snyder Township, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania
from Caldwell's Atlas of Jefferson County Pennsylvania; J.A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio, 1878; p 57 
 
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2014 Frost Family Reunion
2014 Frost Family Reunion
This is the key photo for the 2014 Frost Family Reunion group photo
 
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2nd Grade State Normal School Fredonia, NY
2nd Grade State Normal School Fredonia, NY
Thomas F. Frost, 2nd row from front, far right. 
 
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458th Bombardment Group, 755th Squadron, Floyd Crew (IJ5)
458th Bombardment Group, 755th Squadron, Floyd Crew (IJ5)
Bill Moran, lower right. "Briney Marlin" is Cockney rhyming slang from the 1943 movie Mr. Lucky meaning "Darlin'." 
 
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8th Grade Class, State Normal School, Fredonia, NY
8th Grade Class, State Normal School, Fredonia, NY
Mary Edith Frost, 6th from left, front row. Tom Frost, 4th from right, 2nd row from front. 
 
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? + Warren Albert Frost
? + Warren Albert Frost
 
 
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? and Dora Frost
? and Dora Frost
Contact print, made by Larry Frost in 1991, of glass plate. See letter from Larry to Evelyn Frost Rush
 
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? and Nell Rittenhouse
? and Nell Rittenhouse
 
 
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?, Maggie, Eola, ?, Dave, J.E.
?, Maggie, Eola, ?, Dave, J.E.
(l-r) ?, Margaret Stahlman Frost, Eola G. Frost, ?, David Elisha Frost, John E. Frost 
 
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A Close Call
A Close Call
Story about moving to Pathfork, Kentucky to start the Harlan Coal Company.

I'm not sure which of the families moved there first, but the ones that came were the families of Howard F. Keller, George S. Moran, and H Wilson Frost. 
 
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A fancy 1912 Oakland!
A fancy 1912 Oakland!
Behind car: Frank Moran, Thomas and Luella Moran. In car: ?, ?, Charles Moran, ?, ?.

It seems likely that the children are Lucy and Luella Moran, that the women are May Rote Moran and Lottie Pickett Moran, and that the picture was taken by Albert Moran. Anyone care to weigh in? 
 
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A Mother's Notes
A Mother's Notes
Notes on children (and some grandchildren) of Thomas and Luella Tinkham Moran. Mostly in Luella's hand. 
 
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A Nice Outing
A Nice Outing
Luella Tinkham Moran, Mrs. Wicks, Thomas Moran. George H. Wicks in background.

Wonder whose bloomers are up in the tree and how they got there. 
 
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A Pioneer History of Jefferson County Pennsylvania and My First Recollections of Brookville, Pennsylvania 1840-1841 When My Feet Were Bare and My Cheeks Were Brown
A Pioneer History of Jefferson County Pennsylvania and My First Recollections of Brookville, Pennsylvania 1840-1841 When My Feet Were Bare and My Cheeks Were Brown
by W. J. McKnight, M.D., J. B. Lippencott Company, Philadelphia, 1898 pp. 393-394 
 
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A Supplement to the Frost Genealogy
A Supplement to the Frost Genealogy
by Josephine C. Frost 
 
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Abby Winograd
Abby Winograd
 
 
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Abby Winograd's Headstone
Abby Winograd's Headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Abial Frost
Abial Frost
 
 
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Abial Frost
Abial Frost
I'm not at all sure is really Abial Frost, even though the photo looks like it's of the same person pictured in the other photo of Abial. The trouble is Abial died 13 Apr 1849 and this picture is printed on paper with an albumen coating. (The original is slightly shiny and there is a place on it where the coating has flaked off.) Albumen paper was invented in 1850 by Louis Désiré Blanquart-Evrard, which is after Abial died. 
 
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Abial Frost
Abial Frost
Orra Frost's son. 
 
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Abial Frost headstone
Abial Frost headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Abial Frost house in 1988 (before remodeling)
Abial Frost house in 1988 (before remodeling)
 
 
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Abial Pendell, grandson of Abial Frost
Abial Pendell, grandson of Abial Frost
 
 
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Abial Robinson Frost
Abial Robinson Frost
 
 
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Abial Robinson Frost headstone
Abial Robinson Frost headstone
Status: Located;  
 
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Abial Robinson Frost Obituary
Abial Robinson Frost Obituary
Copied from JVW Frost Genealogy Notebook, p. 7. Original newspaper of publication unknown. 
 
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Abial Robinson Frost's old barn, looking toward the westnorthwest
Abial Robinson Frost's old barn, looking toward the westnorthwest
 
 
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Abigail Winograd
Abigail Winograd
 
 
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Advertisement for a 1909 Frost Genealogy, <i>The Frost Family in England and America</i>
Advertisement for a 1909 Frost Genealogy, The Frost Family in England and America
This is the book referred to in this letter from Wm Henry to one of the authors.
Evelyn says, "[This] shows Wm Henry was researching our family even before the other books were published." 
 
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Advertisement for Sale of 139 Chestnut St.
Advertisement for Sale of 139 Chestnut St.
from The Fredonia Censor, 29 Jul 1891. Note that "Mechanic St." is now "Forest Place." That's the street in the other side of Canadaway Creek behind the property.  
 
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Aerodynamic
Aerodynamic
George S. Moran and 1942 De Soto sedan 
 
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Agnes Paulk Moran Obituary
Agnes Paulk Moran Obituary
From the Daytona Beach News-Journal as hosted on legacy.com
 
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Agustus Cleveland / Sally Cushman Group Sheel
Agustus Cleveland / Sally Cushman Group Sheel
 
 
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Air Mail in Warren, PA about 1936
Air Mail in Warren, PA about 1936
Evelyn says, "Before modern air mail service began this is how it was done. The airport in Warren, PA was a busy place when I was a kid. An occasional Barnstorming group came by and did their great stunts and got us kids all excited about airplanes. My brother started taking lessons first and then I did. The trick here with this air mail service was for the plane to save the time of landing by zooming down with a hook dragging below it and grab the bag which was hung on the rope across two poles and succeed in snagging the bag and reeling it up to the plane and be on their way. It was exciting to see if he made it on the first try.
We took our lessons from WWI Ace "Slip King" when I was 16 in 1936. In 1940 I got a job with the Labor Department in Washington, DC. It wasn't long until I joined a 15 partner flying club and we were all taking our lessons at the Old Hoover airport. It wasn't long, though until we were told we would have to find another airport because this one was being dumped. That is where the Pentagon is today! Our new location was in Clinton, MD, too far away, so I dropped out at that time before I ever had a chance to take my solo flight.
I have an even earlier air Mail story. This one was when I was just a little tyke and it was when seeing a plane go over was still a big thrill for everybody. One day a plane was flying above and we all ran outside to see it when a piece of white paper came fluttering down. All the kids ran to where it landed and saw it was a letter to a lady that lived way up at the top of our long hill. One of the older kids knew who she was and where she lived and said he would take it to her. What excitement! Of course, all the kids went along to see the great presentation." 
 
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Albert Benjamin Tinkham
Albert Benjamin Tinkham
Inscription on back: "Harvey May Cousin to Lyda," but this is clearly Albert. 
 
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Albert Benjamin Tinkham Obituary
Albert Benjamin Tinkham Obituary
From "Brainerd-Brainard Genealogy Seventh (7th) Generation" by Nora Tinkham and Lillian Hansen, 1976, Typescript 
 

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