This photo was sent in by Marie C. Schroeder,
a relative of Hornby pioneers
 George Simpson Snow and Didama Ward

Diadama (Ward) Snow's niece Marie Antoinette (Ward) McLaughlin, a nurse,
is shown below in two photos. The first is of her as a young woman and the second
with her grandson Harold Francis McLaughlin/Barr in Florida circa 1933.

Photo from the collection of the Hornby Historical Society

Marie Antoinette (Ward) McLaughlin (1872-1938)
circa 1895

Photo from the collection of the Kate Stromsted

Harold Francis McLaughlin/Barr (1900-1969)
Marie Antoinette (Ward) McLaughlin
circa 1933 Florida

Harold was the son of Kennith James McLaughlin and his first wife Elizabeth Louise Cass.
Kennith and Elizabeth were divorced and Elizabeth remarried Charles Barr in Florida.
Marie made the trip from Corning to Hialeah, Florida to visit her grandson.

Elizabeth Cass was the daughter of Miles Dighton and Nellie May (Decker) Cass. Nellie
died in 1906 and Elizabeth went to live with Albert French who moved
from Corning to
Hornby about 1917. He was a widower at the time and guardian of his three first cousins
twice removed, Elizabeth and her brothers
Owen, and Mack Cass. In the late 1920s Albert
went to live in Florida with Elizabeth, her second husband Charles and
son Harold.

Photo from the collection of the Kate Stromsted

Elizabeth Louise (Cass) McLaughlin Barr
circa 1912 prob. Corning

Photo from the collection of the Kate Stromsted

Harold Barr
Albert French (1856-1937)
circa 1927 Florida

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