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Naramore of Wellsboro
Business: Naramore
Township: Wellsboro, Tioga County PA
D. H. Naramore
Year: 1865 Carte-de-visite
Submitted by: Tom Sparrow 
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Hi, Joyce ...
This is on the back of a carte-de-visite. I'm guessing it was taken  about 1865. The person in the picture was born in 1837 and she looks to
be about 30 years old. The logo is on the back at the angle shown in  the attached.

Hope this helps your project.
Best Regards,
Tom Sparrow

Daniel Hubbard Naramore son of Joshua D. Naramore and Sophronia Stiles, enlisted 11 Sept 1861 in Company K, 74th NY Infantry from Erwin, New York, m. 8 Nov 1871 at Wellsboro, Flora Stoddard.

On 1 March 1836, John G. Hubbell sold a house and lot in Daggett to Joshua D. Naramore for $400.00. On the same day, he also acquired the tan yard from Hubbell for $500.00 Naramore was listed on the assessment records as a shoemaker. On 1 March 1837, he and his wife, Saphronia, sold the house and lot and Tan Yard for $500 to Dr. Hiram B. Roberts. Enmerated in Rutland Township in 1850, shoemaker, with four children in the household, including Daniel. Joshua m. (2)Peggy Maria Crandell daughter of Benjamin Crandell and Peggy Ann Thorne and widow of John D. Ameigh. Joshua and Maria enumerated in Lima, Livingston County, New York in 1860, shoemaker. Enumerated in Pine Grove, Portage County, Wisconsin in 1870, shoemaker, where many families from Rutland, Jackson, and Wells Township had settled. They returned to Tioga County, Pennsylvania.

Mr. J. D. Naramore, an old citizen of this county, died at his residence near Covington on the 6th instant.  He was a native of Vermont, but had spent most of his life in this county. The funeral was held at Covington last week Monday afternoon at the Baptist Church, of which society he had been a member for fifty six years. The remains were taken to Painted Post, N. Y. for burial. Mr. Naramore leaves a wife living at Covington, and a daughter, Mrs. Williams, residing at Painted Post (obituary).

J. Kelsey Jones

Published On Tri-Counties Site On 05/05/2003
By Joyce M. Tice

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