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Apr 11

Belle’s Box – 2-42

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This entry is part 197 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

…d to signify that I am posting items from my archival book two, hence the 2-xx numbering. Greetings “God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son.” John 3:16 Sincere and hearty wishes for your happiness AT CHRISTMAS and during the NEW YEAR Your Niece and Nephew, Jumbo & Belle Nice of them to define there relationship to Belle for me, don’t you think? This is one I would have known without the additional help….

Feb 01

Belle’s Box – 125

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This entry is part 127 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

Belle (Lamunion) Fellows Tinker here. The cast of characters is located here. And, there is an accounting of people about whom I have little information here. This card is postmarked Apr 3, 1911 Grand Rapids, Mich, and addressed to: Mrs Belle Fellows Manton, RFD No 1 Mich (This is written at the top, as if she ran out of room at the bottom:) your friend Olia Reed 414 Norwich Ave Grand Rapids Mich Apr 2 – 1911 Dear Friend: I recieved (sic)…

Mar 02

Belle’s Box – 2-2

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This entry is part 156 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

…/1925   Bisard, Elizabeth Lamunion (Newaygo, MI) to “Sister and Brother” [Belle Lamunion Fellows Tinker husband Charles Tinker]. Letter. 11 November 1925. Digital Images 2-2a and 2-2b. Privately held by GrannyPam, [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE], Troy, MI 2009. Newaygo Nov 11/1925 Dear Sister and Brother yours received last night it is one of the loveliest spring morning that you ever see warm and the sun shines so bright- Lew and Jane came up…

Jul 06

Belle’s Box – 3-30

This entry is part 284 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

…o this vicinity and engage in lumbering. As foreman over a company of men he directed the cutting of the timber where the village of Grant now stands. Returning to Canada for a short time, he was married, July 23, 1872, to Miss Katherine McCallum. Mr. and Mrs. Neil began housekeeping in a lumber camp near what is now known as White Hall. To reach their home they were compelled to drive through a wilderness for 35 miles from the nearest station,…

Mar 16

Belle’s Box – 2-16

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This entry is part 170 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

…ichigan, lists in section 2, lot 359: Colbert, Earl T. 1892-1954 Colbert, Marie 1893-1960 Shannon, John M. 1/18/188?-11/27/1954 Penn PVT CO B 307 Engineers WW The Earl T. Colbert who appeared on the census of Troy Township was born about 1892, in Pennsylvania. Earl must have made his way to Wexford County sometime after 1930, and before Belle passed away in 1948….

Nov 02

Belle’s Box – 55

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This entry is part 57 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

…And, there is an accounting of people about whom I have little information here. HELLO SOLDIER Here’s wishing you Trainloads of fun. Bring me a helmet You sonofagun. The stamp is removed, and the postmark with it. Addressed to: Mrs. Belle Tinker Manton Mich RR Moline Feb 5 1919 Dear Nephew and Niece hope you are all well why don’t you answer my letter I sent you some time ago we are all well and I am 77? years old today Sat some?…

Mar 05

Belle’s Box – 2-5

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This entry is part 159 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

…er his funeral, indicating that it may have been published in the Manton paper, which was not a daily. The obituary spells Belles name Belle and Bell, and states their marriage was in 1913, a year off. The obituary mentions only Belle and her four children, Edna, Hazel, Frank and Eunice as survivors, seemingly indicating that Belles older two daughters had already passed away. I have no idea who Bert and Lillie O Dell are, if you…

Mar 25

Belle’s Box – 2-25

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This entry is part 179 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

…ogram, from Newaygo, Michigan High School, 1904. I felt funny looking at it and realizing that it is 105 years old! Opening the program reveals a logo or drawing. You can see some of the color when vie ring the cover. The Class of Nineteen Hundred Four request the honor of your presence at the Sixteenth Annual Commencement of the Newaygo High School Thursday, June sixteenth, at Utley’s Opera House Baccalaureate Address, Rev. J.E. Maunders

Jul 09

Belle’s Box – 3-112 and 3-113

This entry is part 287 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

This entry is part 287 of 342 in the series Belles 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. And, there is an accounting of people about whom I have little information here. The numbering of these posts had been modified to signify that I am posting items from my archival book three, a three precedes the item number. These two…

Jan 18

Belle’s Box – 112

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This entry is part 113 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

…CK ISLAND DEPOT, TOPEKA, KAN–Topeka is one of the large railway centers of the southwest, being entered by four of the principal western railroads. There are also large railway shops in the capital city of Kansas. Addressed to: Mrs. Charley Tinker Walton Mich The date postmark is illegible, except I can make out, “MICH” Dear mother Hie got your grass seed to Manton it rains every day we got in your corn Eunice There are photos

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