|1||Rose Moore||Rose More||
Same person as #48, only much older-probably a friend of Mary Hyndman.
"Rosa Moore:The only one by this name I can find was a daughter of Joseph C. & Elizabeth J. Moore of Upper Chunk. She died in 1938 at age 88 years and was never married. This Moore family lived in Upper Chunk among the Scotch-Irish families, but there doesn't seem to be a close connection. Joseph was born in Pa. in 1826, as were both his parents, according to the census entries. But it is also interesting to note that his next door neighbor was John & Selena (Bell) Moore, both natives of N. Ireland." (Jack Sterling)
This must be the same Rose Moore. If she died at 88 in 1938, her birth year was c. 1850. Mary Hyndman was born 14 Sep 1848 (who I assume was her friend for they appear to have been photographed at the same time with the same backdrop - photos #48 & #49). Bill Auld says that Rose was born in 1849 - in the Liberties (he thought) and was a school teacher by 1870. Upper Mauch Chunk makes more sense for that is where Mary Hyndman's parents had property. The Connellsville photographer of the older portrait [this portrait] is interesting. Connellsville is in the southwestern part of Pennsylvania. E. K. Hyndman (son of Hugh and Catherine Huff [Hoff] Hyndman and cousin of Mary Hyndman) had interest in a coke and iron company in Connellsville (along with John Leisenring). But as far as I know, E. K. lived in Pittsburgh. A book on Pennsylvania 19th century photographers states that photographer Byron Porter was active in 1890-91 in Connellsville, making her about 40 in this photo.
|carte-de-visite||c. 1890||B. Porter, Connellsville, Pa.|
|2||Esther Hyndman Esser||Esther Hyndman Esser||Daughter of Mark Hyndman and Eliza Wilson.||carte-de-visite||Lamoreux, Allentown, Pa.|
|3||John Esser||John Esser||Husband of Esther Hyndman. On reverse: "Mollie H." [Mary Hyndman]||carte-de-visite||Jas. Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|4||Maggie Cunningham Schaeffer||Maggie Cunningham||The daughter of John Cunningham and Rebecca Doughtery. (Bill Cunningham) On reverse: "March 25th, 1869."||carte-de-visite||1869||Jas. Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|5||Dr. Hodge||Dr. A. Hodge||
Autographed J. Aspinwall Hodge.
Aspinwall Hodge was
the Mauch Chunk Presbyterian
minister who followed
Rev. Richard Webster.
He left Mauch Chunk
around 1864 or 65."
|carte-de-visite||c. 1865||J. Brown Mauch Chunk 2¢ stamp|
|6||D Oved Melville||D. Melvine||The name is difficult to make out.||carte-de-visite||Jas. Zelner, Mauch Chunk|
|7||Mark Hyndman||Mark Hyndman||Son of Rebecca Blair and Samuel Hyndman. On reverse: "Mollie H. [Mary Hyndman] rec'd Feb 14th 1871" Also in photos #17, 50.||carte-de-visite||c. 1871||F. M. Danielson, Denver, C. T.|
|8||Nelson Hopkinson||Nelson Hutchinson||Possibly Nelson Hutchinson b. 1849 Mauch Chunk, son of Samuel Baxter Hutchinson (b. 1805) and Diana Shurlock (b. Abt. 1808). Nelson was living in Virginia City Nevada in 1880.||carte-de-visite||Jas. Zellner, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|9||James Hyndman||James Hyndman||Son of Rebecca Blair and Samuel Hyndman-in uniform, killed in the civil war. Same photo as #21.||carte-de-visite||Joseph Brown, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|10||unidentified||On the reverse: "Coat pocket Mary" September 21st 1868||small tintype||1868||Trask, Philadelphia|
|11||John Horner||John Horner||2¢ stamp on reverse||carte-de-visite||c. 1865||Jas. Zellner, Mauch Chunk, Pa.|
|12||Agnes Hutchinson Kunkle||Agnes Hutchinson||Agnes Hutchinson Kunkle: In 1849 there was an Agnes Hutchinson of Jeansville, Pa., who married a fellow named Robert Love. Probably not the same Agnes, but she is the only Agnes Hutchinson I know of. (Jack Sterling).||carte-de-visite||Condit & Collamer, Wilkes Barre, Pa.|
|13||Will Hyndman||Will Hyndman||Son of Mark Hyndman and Eliza Wilson. Interesting fellow. Captured and wounded twice in the Civil War calvary Brevet Major, Harvard law school graduate. Wrote a book about his experiences in the war:History of a Calvary Company.||carte-de-visite||Jas. Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|14||Eliza Jane Hyndman Herring||Eliza Jane H. Herring||Daughter of Mark Hyndman and Eliza Wilson, married E. Jackson Herring||carte-de-visite||S. W. Bercaw. Allentown, Pa.|
|15||Shumaker||Mr. Sholmaker||carte-de-visite||Ward & Atchley, Wilkes Barre, Pa.|
|16||Mat Harrison Lines||Martha Lyons||"Mat" could be Mar." Mat. Harrison Lines (or Lyons). There was a James Milton Line, 1849 to 1931 who lived in Mauch Chunk (son of Samuel & Elizabeth Line). About 1873 James M. married a woman named Martha (maiden name not known right now), 1846 to 1927. Their 2nd child was Harry M. Line, born 1878, died 1973. I had thought the M. in his name stood for "Milton", same as his father's middle name. But maybe it stood for "Mathew". The "Martha Lyons" you have in the Index column fits in as his mother. This was an Upper Chunk family, James Milton Line appears in the 1850 through 1930 censuses. Harry M. only appears in 1880 and 1900, after that he was gone from Chunk. He was a railroad pay clerk in 1900, the type of job which may have led him elsewhere. (Jack Sterling)||carte-de-visite||James Zelner, Mauch Chunk, PA.|
|17||Hyndman children||Children of Samuel and Rebecca (Blair) Hyndman. Left to right: Elizabeth, Mark, Rebecca, Jane and Mary Hyndman. See web page with more information about this photo and this family. click here||carte-de-visite||Jas. Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|18||Annie Porter||Mrs. Annie P. Swank||
On verso: " Annie Porter Barker" perhaps "Barkin" or "Rankin." Annie Parker, indexed under Mrs. Annie P. Swank: Is the caption clearly written? Is this Annie Porter who married Josiah Swank? She was a daughter of Robert & Ann (Andrews) Porter. I know little of this branch of the Swank family beyond the fact they had left Mauch Chunk in the 1860s. In 1880 they were in Delano, Schuylkill Co. (about 20 miles from Chunk) and at that time they had four children, including a daughter, Annie, age 4. So, another possibility here is that Annie Parker was this daughter, and she married a Porter. There was also the wife of James W. Swank (brother of Charles W.), whose name I don't know but I do know she died before James did. They lived in Washington, DC where James worked for the US Treasury for 48 years. Maybe he was the "Lawyer Swank" mentioned. (Jack Sterling).
No doubt that this is Annie Porter. On the reverse is written: "Annie Porter Barkin (at least it looks like Barkin, but I am not sure). "Barkin" is on a line below Annie Porter, so may or may not be part of her name. James Andrews came to Carbon Co. in 1847 where his daughter Ann had settled with her husband Robert Porter. The Porters were married in Ireland. James Andrews brought other children with him: Nancy, who married John Wisley; Jane married James Kennedy (son of Samuel Kennedy and Jenny Blair) in 1848 in Mauch Chunk; and Margaret who married Charles Swank. I would suppose that this Annie Porter is the daughter of Ann Andrews and Robert Porter and that Jim Swank (#19) is the son of Charles and Margaret Swank. James Andrews with his 3 sons left Mauch Chunk ending up in Australia. Nancy Wisley followed him there after her husband disappeared and was assumed dead. (Elaine McCutcheon). The Kennedys and the Hyndmans were cousins. As to the "Barkin" written on the verso, perhaps it is "Beckie"? (Rebecca Hyndman, that is to say her copy of the photo.)
|carte-de-visite||J. Brown, Mauch Chunk, Pa.|
|19||Jim Swank||Lawyer Swank||About Jim Swank. The only one that I have listed is a brother of Charles. They were the sons of Philip Swank & Amelia Snyder who lived at Mauch Chunk. James W. Swank was born August 23, 1835 Mauch Chunk & died Aug. 17, 1921, Washington D.C. He married Julia Boyer & had a family of 6 children - no James. He worked as a clerk for US Treasury Dept. in Washington & went by the initials J. W. (Elaine McCutcheon)||carte-de-visite||Brown's Old Gallery, Mauch Chuck, Pa.|
|20||Rebecca Hyndman||Mrs. R. Hyndman||Rebecca Blair, widow of Samuel Hyndman. Photograph is a copy. Born in Ireland 1811, daughter of John and Jean Blair. Married Samuel Hyndman in Bally Wilderick, Ireland in 1833. Died 1896 in Allentown, Pennsylvania.||carte-de-visite||E. G. Painter, Harrisburg, Pa|
|21||James Hyndman||James Hyndman||Son of Rebecca Blair and Samuel Hyndman-in uniform, killed in the civil war. Same photo as #9. "Mary Hyndman" on reverse.||carte-de-visite||Joseph Brown, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|22||unidentified young child||"Baby Hodge" on reverse. Child of J. Aspinwall Hodge? (#5) J. Aspinwall Hodge had four known sons and no known daughters; so if this is a child of his, it could be a son since male children were often put in dresses and allowed to have their hair grow long. His son, J. Aspinwall Jr. was born 9 March 1861. (reference)||carte-de-visite||J. Brown, Mauch Chunk, P.A.|
|23||Will Stauffer||Will Stauffer||carte-de-visite||Aug. 1868||L. Horning's Photographic Room, Philadelphia|
|24||Louden Hyndman||Louden Hyndman||James Louden Hyndman. Son of Hugh Hyndman and Catherine Huff (Hoff). Born 1846, died before 1888.||carte-de-visite||Dec. 1871||Headley, Wilkesbarre, Pa.|
|25||Mary Hyndman||Mary Hyndman||Daughter of Rebecca Blair (#20) and Samuel Hyndman. Also photo #17||carte-de-visite||Jas. Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|26||unidentified male child||carte-de-visite||B. W. Davies, Philada.|
|27||S. Harold Macfarlane||Harold Macfarlane||
Samuel Harold Macfarlane. Son of Hugh Macfarlane and Elizabeth Hyndman. Born 1878 Mauch Chunk, died 1952 Philadelphia. Newspaper journalist. In the Navy during the Spanish-American War.
|28||Maggie Hutchinson Shefler||Maggie Hutchinson Shefler||Perhaps
"Shafler". On the reverse:
"Your Loving Maggie,
Sept. 14. '74" Eleanor
(last name unknown, Sunrise0460@cs.com)
has been researching
the Hutchinsons of Mauch
In reference to Maggie Hutchinson Shefler, she states that a John Shaffer (b.1857) married in 1886 Jane Hutchinson (b. 1865). They were Mauch Chunkers and Maggie may have been a sister to Jane and had married John's brother (my conjecture). She has a Margaret Ann Hutchinson, born 1856, which would fit right in with this photo which is dated 1874. Obviously more research is needed here.
|carte-de-visite||1874||Headley, Wilkes Barre, Pa.|
|29||Elizabeth Hyndman||Elizabeth H. Macfarlane||Daughter of Rebecca Blair and Samuel Hyndman, married Hugh Macfarlane. Born Mauch Chunk 1842, died 1917, probably in Philadelphia. Also in photos #17,40.||carte-de-visite||Jas. Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|30||Jane Hyndman||Jane Hyndman||Daughter of Rebecca Blair and Samuel Hyndman. Born 1840 Mauch Chunk, died 1890. In a group photo with her sister and he sister's family #40. Also photo #17.||carte-de-visite||Jas. Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|31||Elizabeth Hyndman||Elizabeth H. Macfarlane||Daughter of Rebecca Blair and Samuel Hyndman, married Hugh Macfarlane. Also in photos #29, 40.||small tintype||A. K. P. Trask. Philadelphia|
|32||Belle Bennett||Isabelle Bennett||
Isabelle "Belle" Bennett, born 1839, died 1923.
"She was the wife of Civil War hero Alonzo Bennett and the daughter of John Bayne and Catherine Hoff. John Bayne died in 1842, leaving a widow and four children, all daughters. A little over a year after John's death Catherine married Hugh Hyndman. Isabelle Bayne was only four years old when this happened, so Hugh was the only father she knew." [Jack Sterling]
Belle's husband Alonzo was wounded and lost his left arm at the Battle of Chancellorsville in 1863. He died in 1867 when Isabelle was 27 and pregnant with their daughter Rebecca. Their son Eugene was declared insane and committed to a state hospital in Danville, Pa. More about Alonzo.
|carte-de-visite||Mahan & Keller, Philadelphia|
|33||Annie Fleming Major||Annie Fleming Major||
Annie Flemming Major:
This was the wife of
Thomas Major and a
daughter of Charles
& Margaret (Andrews)
Swank. The question
is, though, was she
really a daughter of
Charles, or a step
daughter. She appears
as Annie Swank in the
1860 census, age four.
But in the 1870 Mauch
Chunk census, first
child listed after
the parents is "Flemming,
Anna K.", age 14. She
is followed by "Swank,
Philip" and the rest
of the Swank children.
Going by this, Anna's
last name wasn't Swank,
but Flemming. So, was
she a Flemming or a
Swank? (Jack Sterling).
Anna K. Fleming was
the daughter of Margaret
Andrews Fleming Swank.
Her husband, I believe,
was Samuel Fleming.
The Flemings were lived
several houses away
from the James Andrews
|carte-de-visite||James Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Pa.|
|34||Louise Fister Lafferty||Louise Lafferty||This probably a daughter of William H. & Ebezena (Wallace) Fister. This Louise was born about 1852. Louise Fister only appears in the 1860 & 70 Mauch Chunk census, I've no idea what happened to her after 1870, except maybe she married a Lafferty. (Jack Sterling)||carte-de-visite||James Zelner, Mauch Chunk, Pa.|
|35||Dr. Warner||carte-de-visite||O. B. E. Morat, Philada.|
|36||unidentified young girl||carte-de-visite||James Zellner, Mauch Chuck|
|37||unidentified baby||carte-de-visite||Stuber, 54 Broad St., Bethlehem, Pa.|
|38||unidentified baby||Possibly the child of E.K. (Edward Kennedy) Hyndman for he lived or worked in Connellsville.||carte-de-visite||B. Porter, Connellsville, Pa.|
|39||Bessie Macfarlane||Bessie B. Macfarlane||Daughter of Hugh Macfarlane and Elizabeth Hyndman. My grandmother.||tintype||c. 1880||unknown|
|40||Hugh Macfarlane family||James, Hugh, Elizabeth, Norman Macfarlane & Rebecca Hyndman||carte-de-visite||c. 1875||G. Thorn, Plainfield, N.J.|
|41||Laird H. Barber||Mr. Barber||Laird H. Barber was a political big-wig here in Carbon Co. from the late 1800s and into the early 1900s. Lawyer, Judge, US Congressman with a lot of powerful connections, including the Packer family. I'm not sure why his photo would be in this collection. (Jack Sterling)||carte-de-visite||Gutekunst, 712 Arch St., Philada.|
|42||Nathan Hyndman||Nathan Hyndman||Nathan Patterson Hyndman. Born 1848, died in Pittsburgh 1830. Son of Hugh Hyndman and Catherine Huff.||carte-de-visite||c. 1866||Tyler, Easton, Pa.|
|43||James Macfarlane||James Macfarlane||Son of Hugh Macfarlane and Elizabeth Hyndman (not scanned) see #47||carte-de-visite||c. 1874||P. Kellmer, Hazelton, Pa.|
|44||Janet Sands Macfarlane||Janet S. Macfarlane||Mother of Hugh Macfarlane||carte-de-visite||Ralston & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland|
|45||John Macfarlane||John Macfarlane||Father of Hugh Macfarlane||carte-de-visite||Bowman, Glasgow, Scotland|
|46||James H. Macfarlane||James Macfarlane||James Hyndman Macfarlane. Born 1873 in Plainfield, New Jersey. Son of Hugh Macfarlane and Elizabeth Hyndman. Lived with his uncle Mark Hyndman in Central City, Colorado until he finally settled in Routt County, Colorado. He died in Yampa, Colorado in 1950.||carte-de-visite||c. 1875||John Rippel, successor to P. Kellmer, Hazelton, Pa.|
|47||James Macfarlane||James Macfarlane||Same as #46. Same photo as #43.||carte-de-visite||c. 1875||P. Kellmer, Hazelton, Pa.|
|48||Rose Moore||Rose More||Written in pencil on back: "Mary" below "R. Moore". "Mary" probably means that this is Mary's copy (Mary Hyndman). Same person as #1.||carte-de-visite||c. 1860||Joseph Brown, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|49||Mary Hyndman||Mary Hyndman||Taken at the same time as photo #48. Daughter of Rebecca Blair (#20) and Samuel Hyndman. This was probably her photo album.||carte-de-visite||c. 1860||Joseph Brown, Mauch Chunk, Penna.|
|50||Mark Hyndman||Mark Hyndman||Son of Rebecca Blair and Samuel Hyndman. Also in photo #7 & 17||carte-de-visite||Gutekunst, 712 Arch St., Philada.|