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Hambrick David Hambrick Wedding 09 Dec 1950. Left to right: Harold E. Brackett, David Hambrick, Lavonne (Clay) Hambrick and Arvena (Hambrick) Brackett
contributed by William Brackett - at brackettwilliam@yahoo.com
   
Angelina Hamilton Hamilton, Angelina Dr. "Nina"

Dr. Angelina (‘Nina’) Grimké Hamilton had history on her side. Born in 1872, she was grand-daughter of Angelina Grimké Weld, famed abolitionist writer and women’s suffrage advocate In 1838, Weld became the first woman to address a legislative body when she spoke to the Massachusetts State Legislature on women's rights and abolition. Hamilton graduated from Chicago’s Hahnemann Medical College & Hospital in 1897 with a degree in homeopathy. After some work in the Amish community of Shipshewana, Indiana, she headed west. Her ‘professional card’ began appearing in the Lewiston Daily Tribune on July 28, 1898. She remained in practice here until after the June 1900 federal census was filed. Hamilton returned to Illinois by 1901 and served as an assistant physician at the Cook County, Illinois, Insane Asylum. Her father became a widower in 1899 and was left to raise her younger brother in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Hamilton relocated there and entered the University of Michigan, earning an MD in 1908. For the next 39 years, Hamilton worked in the Illinois state mental hospital system as a psychiatrist. In 1924 the University of Michigan surveyed more than 10,000 alumnae. Dr. Hamilton responded to that survey. On the line to indicate race, she wrote “mixed.” Dr. Hamilton died in April 1947, in Port Huron, Michigan. The Annex Building at Anna State Hospital, Anna, Illinois, was renamed in her honor. - contributed by: Steven Branting - Nez Perce County Historical Society, Lewiston, Idaho
Hammontree, Lois Isabelle. Taken Close to her wedding date in 1928.
Submitted By Bonnie J. Fago
Harner
Reunion
Circa 1908
Harner Reunion
Harner family reunion circa 1908.
Those I believe I have identified are:
Front row seated right to left, second woman from the right is Carrie (Harner) Wetzel, Verna Upson, David Upson, John Upson, Clyde Upson, Cora Upson. Second row right to left, fourth person from right is Jennie (Harner) Upson, A. Augustus Harner, Andrew Harner, Lovina (Harner) Wire?, Stephen Harner, Michael F. Harner, John Harner Jr., Jerry Harner, 13th person from the right is Susanna (Harner) Feather. Third row right to left, fifth person from the right is Lottie (VanPatten) Harner, Almira (Chruchill) Harner, Mary (VanPatten) Harner, Francis (Morris) Harner. Any help or corrections with these names would be appreciated: brackettwilliam@yahoo.com
Haskell, Samuel "Mason." Mason & Marion Haskell, buried in Lot 7 of the Watervliet Cemetery.
Submitted By Steve M. Hall
Haskell, Samuel "Mason" & Marian (Cook). Samuel & Marian with son Giles "Bert" who was born May 18 1870 in Watervliet and died after 1920.
Submitted By Steve M. Hall
Eli Helmick
Helmick, Eli born 29 May 1840 died 30 Oct 1929
ElizabethHelmick, Elizabeth (Simonton) Helmick - died  Jan 3, 1887 at 83 years of age
JesseJess Helmick - husband to Elizabeth died 1881 at 82 years of age
Melvina Helmick
Helmick, Melvina (Burke) born 27 Sep 1843 died 25 Jan 1911
Hauch John and Lillian (Henspeter) Hauch on their wedding day December 21, 1934
contributed by William Brackett - at brackettwilliam@yahoo.com
children Left to right: Margaret Henspeter, Lillian Henspeter and Gertrude Henspeter circa 1925
Henspeter photos contributed by William Brackett - at brackettwilliam@yahoo.com
Henspeter Fred and Clara (Angolin) Henspeter circa 1943
Hess C & D Hess
"Having Fun"
Photo contribruted by: Brett Hardesty
Hess Clayton Hess wedding day
Photo contribruted by: Brett Hardesty
Hocking couple Russel Edward Hocking and Bernice Anstiss 25 year wedding anniversary
Bernice - 25 Nov 1915 to 10 Jul 1997
13 Apr 1914 to 1 Aug 2007
Lived out the remainder of their lives in Sac City, Sac, Iowa
Submitted By Brett Hardesty
Hotchkin, Eva Ann (Nee Grandville). Photo Date 1 August 1925. Taken On her 88th birthday.
Submitted By Denny Denslow
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Hofstra/Gonder
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Hofstra

Left to right. Mom and Dad Hofstra (1977). Robert and Margaret Gonder at Stone home of Evart and Mamie Gonder in Cadillac, Mi. Note the stone and radius bordering the cut field stone. Evart built his home on W Chestnut in Cadillac, Michigan in 1946. Silverbrook entrance. Home that the foundation was a formal milk house and Evart built the home using some of the foundation in 1928 to 1934 on Emmons St. Niles, Michigan picture was taken in 1977. Front and rear porch has been added. Uncle Robert Gonder and my father Merton Hofstra setting in front of Evart Gonders home in 1946. Robert was a waist gunner on a B-17 (Europe) WW2 and my father fought the Japanese in the Philippines in the battle of Luzon and Manilla in 1945 WW2.
      
Hofstra/Gonder
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Hofstra
Left to right pictures . Chime tower picture. Me in front of the chime tower in 1997, Entrance gates and mom and dad Hofstra in front of the chime tower.
Callie Caletta Huggart - Caletta was 11 years old when she died
and sometime after, Lottie painted this picture of her daughter -
spelled Caleda or Callie or Caletta - depending on who was doing
the record keeping at the time.
Lottie Wilson Huggart was a well known artist in the area, the family was mainly centered in Berrien County, Michigan and St. Joseph County, Indiana.



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