PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
Jane Morris Lewis

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Description Albumen print mounted on Cabinet Card stock, of Jane Morris Lewis & Caleb Lewis.
Year Range from 1890
Year range to 1895
Medium Cardstock/Photographic Paper/Ink
Notes Bust view of Jane Morris Lewis and her son Caleb Lewis. She is wearing a dark dress with hat while Caleb wears a suit.
Jane Morris was born in Wales, the daughter of David Morris. She married James Lewis on June 6, 1848. They settled on a farm near Rosendale in Section 9, Fond du lac County. The couple had three children: Sarah Lewis Edwards (wife of Benjamin Edwards) Caleb Lewis; and Anna Lewis Jones (wife of Watkin V. Jones). James died on February 6, 1880 and was buried at Zoar Church Cemetery in Winnebago County. Her son Caleb took over the family farm and she lived with him.
Object ID P1989.1.13
Object Name Cabinet Card
People Lewis, Jane Morris
Lewis, Caleb
Place Fond du Lac, WI
Print size 4.25" x 6.5"
Subjects Group Photographs
Welsh
Immigrants
Pioneers
Farmers
Rural women
Mothers & children
Title Jane Morris Lewis
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