PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Isaac B. Appleyard

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Description Albumen plain stock the card has been hand cut into an oval of Isaac B. Appleyard.
Year Range from 1884
Year range to 1894
Medium Cardstock/Photographic Paper
Notes Bust view of Isaac B. Appleyard as an older man. The card has been hand cut into an oval. Written pn back: "Isaac B. Appleyard B-1820 Leeds, England. D ? Buried at Ellenwood cemetery."
Isaac B. Appleyard was born April 1, 1820 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He immigrated to the US and married Ann Eliza Tremble in Chesterfield, Essex County, NY on January 26, 1848. The couple were living there in 1850. They had one son: Frederick N., born in New York in 1849. By 1860 they had settled on a farm in the Town of Algoma. The couple also raised Winnifred Ware, the orphaned daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Neff Ware. He died in Oshkosh WI on September 4, 1901 and is buried in Ellenwood Cemetery, Section G.
Object ID P1992.16.10
Object Name Cabinet Card
People Appleyard, Isaac B.
Place Oshkosh, WI
Print size H=5 1/2 W=4 in
Subjects Portrait photographs
Male
Pioneers
Farmers
Immigrants
England
Title Isaac B. Appleyard
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