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The Barton County Historical Society is located in the west basement of the courthouse on the historic Lamar Square. We are a non-profit organization run by a group of volunteers. Our hours are 1-4 Monday-Friday.|
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|Shirley Freeze Stuart||RE: Wagner - Lamar|
No, I am not related. If I go to a cemetery looking for a requested name, I will take photos of any others with same surname. I have accidentally connected some dots for others that way. If it's your relative let me know & I will transfer management.
|Blue Brown||Urilla Sutherland (1 photo deleted / Agreed)|
I Agree with our friend on one photo -& have Deleted it. I got too involved in trying to enhance the image for a better look -but Finally re-focused & realized it Was Not Urilla Sutherland. Thanks again. -Blue.
|Linda Dukes||RE: Urilla Sutherland Earp|
We agree to agree :-)
|Linda Dukes||Urilla Sutherland Earp|
What is the mumbo jumbo about facial recognition?
The top picture is of a blonde girl with light eyes, eyebrows & rounded "apple" cheeks & the top of her forehead is "rounded" & tip of chin is more pointed...smooth skin, no freckles on her face or arms
The second one is a brunette, with dark eyes, dark eyebrows, and "flat square" cheeks & she has a higher forehead & more square jawline & the tip of her chin more square...
Plus it looks like quite a lot of freckles on her face & arms
clearly these are 2 completely different people.
|Linda Dukes||Urilla Sutherland Earp|
What is your opinion of the added photographs of Urilla on her findagrave memorial? I was under the assumption that there was only 1 known photograph of Urilla, as was the rest of the world...
|Blue Brown||RE: Urilla Sutherland Earp|
They are part of a single lot of 19'th Century photographs I purchased from a Collector of Subjects wearing the various Clothing Styles of that era; that's why she bought the entire lot at an Estate Sale in the Phoenix Area, more than 35 years ago. Now in her 60's, she'd decided to become a Seller. The 1'st Image she posted on eBay was a Carte de Visite of Wyatt Earp -& after I bought that, I began to find that the Entire Lot to follow consisted of Earp Family, (brothers & wives/women) their Friends, some enemies, some Outlaws, -&etC.! As you might have guessed, I Never Forget A Face. I purchased them based on Who They Are, not what they are Wearing. I share the scans of the Entire Image with people who may be interested, after having Researched & Compared Every Image with Long Known portraits. In Urilla's case, there was only 1 Known Image of her -& I used That to Confirm the 3 Images of her from My Lot. You don't have to keep those images in place, if you are in doubt. Many People don't have good Facial Recognition skills -& the extreme version is known as "Face Blindness." Anyway, I'm a Serious Researcher of Visual History as presented in 19'th Century Photographic Portraiture. If you take some time, I think you may see that they are Urilla Sutherland, at Different Times of Her Life. I've named this particular group of Tintypes, CDV's Cabinet Cards, & Early RPPC's "Brownie's Long Lost Wyatt Earp Image Lot" -& you can see them Here--> https://www.facebook.com/brownies.p.c.diner/ or at my Facebook Page Here--> https://www.facebook.com/blue.brown. Best to Scroll down to where they start, -& go up in the order that I Researched & Posted them. I have come to believe that the "Earp Lot" photographs originally came from Josephine "Sadie Mansfield" Earp -& her man, Wyatt Earp.. & that she inherited some of them from Louisa Houston Earp. -That's It, sir, with my Best Regards. If you have More Qustions, please let me know! I'm glad to hear from You -& Thanks for Your Interest -Blue!
|Connie Clark||RE: Niehaus|
You are very welcome, it was our pleasure. Wayne and Connie
|Jan Summers||RE: Dolly Ann Leffler Clark|
This memorial # 96721194
|Jan Summers||Dolly Ann Leffler Clark|
Thank you for updating her memorial. Best regards, Jan
|Penny||Samuel and Sarilda Ledgerwood|
Thank you very much for taking the time to take a picture of their headstones. It is greatly appreciated!
Added by Penny on Feb 03, 2016 11:27 PM
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