PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Eliza Tremble Appelyard

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Description Albumen plain stock the card has been hand cut into an oval of Eliza Tremble Appelyard.
Year Range from 1884
Year range to 1894
Medium Cardstock/Photographic Paper
Notes Bust view of Ann Eliza Tremble Appleyard as an older woman. The card has been hand cut into an oval. Written on back: "Eliza wife of Isaac. B-12-29-1923 Keesesville, NY. D-3-14-1898 of a stroke. Buried at Ellenwood cemetery."
Ann Eliza Tremble was born December 29, 1823 in Keesville, NY. She married Isaac B. Appleyard on January 26, 1848 in Chesterfield, Essex County, NY. The couple had one son, Frederick N., born in New York in 1849. By 1860 they were living on a farm in the Town of Algoma. The couple also raised Winnifred Ware, the orphaned daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Neff Ware. She died March 14, 1898 following a stroke. She is buried in Section G, Ellenwood Cemetery, next to her husband and her son and his family.
Object ID P1992.16.11
Object Name Cabinet Card
People Appleyard, Eliza Tremble
Place Oshkosh, WI
Print size H=5 1/2 W=4 in
Subjects Portrait photographs
Female
Pioneers
Title Eliza Tremble Appelyard
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