Tag: Tinker

Belle’s Box – 19

This entry is part 16 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

Read about this series of posts, regarding items in a box originally owned by Belle (Lamunion) Fellows Tinker here. The cast of characters is located here. This Christmas card is embossed, not flat. It is pretty impressive. “A Merry Christmas” Post marked December 22, 1924, 9 a.m., Michigan. City illegible. Addressee: Mrs Char Tinker, Manton, …

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About — Belle’s Box

This entry is part 14 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

You can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. If you linked to this file from a post, the series is described below. If you are related to this family, or any other described in …

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Belle’s Box – 12

This entry is part 13 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

You can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the approximately 405 items in the box which are in my possession. I scanned the items one at at …

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Belle’s Box – 15

This entry is part 12 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

You can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the approximately 405 items in the box which are in my possession. I scanned the items one at at …

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Belle’s Box – 14

This entry is part 11 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

You can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the approximately 405 items in the box which are in my possession. I scanned the items one at at …

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Belle’s Box – 7

This entry is part 9 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

You can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the approximately 405 items in the box which are in my possession. I scanned the items one at at …

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Belle’s Box – 6

This entry is part 8 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

You can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the approximately 405 items in the box which are in my possession. I scanned the items one at at …

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Belle’s Box – 13

This entry is part 7 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

You can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the approximately 405 items in the box which are in my possession. I scanned the items one at at …

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Belle’s Box – 5

This entry is part 6 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

You can read about Belle Lamunion, 1864-1848, and her amazing box of family memories here. Belle married Henry H Fellows, 1858-1905 in 1879 in Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan. This series of posts will center around the approximately 405 items in the box which are in my possession. I scanned the items one at at …

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Belle’s Box

My mother-in-law’s grandmother was a tiny woman named Belle Lamunion. She lived from 1864 to 1948: she was born in New York and died in Michigan. She and her first husband Henry H. Fellows were the parents of either eight or nine children, the records aren’t completely clear. The Lamunion family were apparently close, and …

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