[Albumen print of Atwood sisters, Cobb County, Georgia, ca. 1860.]

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Title:[Albumen print of Atwood sisters, Cobb County, Georgia, ca. 1860.]
Description:

"Cobb County, ca. 1860. Atwood sisters. Pictured here, left to right, probably in the year 1846, are Sarah Alice Atwood, Ruth Ann Atwood and Jane Margaret Atwood of Darien, Georgia, daughters of Henry Skelton Atwood and Ann Margaret McIntosh who were married December 1, 1842. Sarah Alice married Dr. Charles A. Geiger, and she died several years after this picture was made probably in 1859. Ruth Ann married Dr. William E. Dunwoody March 12, 1846; their son, William E. Dunwoody, Jr. married Aimee Taylor Laroche; their daughter, Aimee LaRoche married John Wilder Glover; their children were Aimee D. Glover Little and James Bolan Glover. Jane Margaret married George Hull Camp April 9, 1850; Their daughter Annie E. Camp married Richard H. Field of Cartersville; their daughter Annie Maxcy Field married O.B. Keeler; their children were George H. Keeler II and Annie E. Keeler Cook. Annie Camps sisters were Mrs. George H. (Sarah Atwood Camp) Keeler who lived in the Camp home place, "Tranquilla," in Marietta; and Mrs. John T. (Hattie Hale Camp) Brantley of Blackshear, Georgia. (Sarah Camp married George H. Keeler after the death in 1916 of his first wife, mother of O.B. Keeler.

This is an albumen print."--from field notes

Types:Photographs | StillImage
Subjects:Atwood family--Georgia--Cobb County--Portraits | Girls--Georgia--Cobb County--Portraits | Women--Georgia--Cobb County | Portraits--Georgia--Cobb County | United States, Georgia, Cobb County, 33.9414626, -84.5766729
Collection:Vanishing Georgia
Institution:Digital Library of Georgia
Contributors:Georgia Archives
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