Elizabeth Allred Horner The picture you uploaded for Elizabeth Allred Horner can not possibly be a photo of her. She died in 1823, three years before photography was invented and the first picture was ever taken. The first photo of human was not taken until 1838 and took seven minutes of exposure. The first picture of a US President was taken in 1843 and it was no where in great detail as the photo you uploaded on Elizabeth Allred Horner. The picture you uploaded is certainly a photo and not a painting. I have seen this image floating around on ancestry and the uploader posted a possible photo of her and the same for the one uploaded for her husband. While they are indeed old photos, they look like the ones I have of ancestors taken in the 1870's. Photography was invented in France and took a while before it made its way across the Atlantic to the US.
Thank you! I just wanted to say thank you for your work. I now have a photo of my grandma Nancy Skousen's headstone in Ogden because of you. I never met my grandmother as she passed away when my mother was one year old. I appreciate what you have done.
HI, I cannot find information on a relative and hope you can help: William Charles White KWVW-5CR BIRTH 16 January 1820 Easton, Winchester, Hampshire, England DEATH 20 July 1877 North Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States
I find his wife's information just fine: Elizabeth Hoare K2WZ-RBG BIRTH 13 January 1824 Bursledon, Hound, Hampshire, England DEATH 2 November 1921 Lewiston, Cache, Utah, United States
and 2 daughters in UTAH: Mary Ann ( Kate) White KWNN-S74 BIRTH 11 March 1850 Winchester, Hampshire, England DEATH 26 March 1913 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming, United States
Emily Jane White KWJ8-7VQ Watch BIRTH 16 February 1852 Winchester, Hampshire, England DEATH 1 Jun 1925 Lewiston, Cache, Utah
I am hoping you can refer me to someone who might help. Thanks Kath
Charles Lee Peterson Linda, I saw your Happy Birthday flowers you left on Charles Lee Peterson's memorial. Well, I left a stone photo on his, and wifes Glenda memorials. Guess we're about done with these folks! Like your Bio photo, you look so mellow.
PS to my previous message Also, as one other person has commented already, Elizabeth Allred Horner's dates pre-date the use of photography by quite a few years. Again, it's a wonderful photo so I hope the subject can be identified.