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Contact  Vicki  if you find one of your ancestors pictured on this site. Please state your relationship. Vicki's interest in genealogy lead her to collecting 'homeless' Ashland County, Ohio pictures, hoping to reunite them with family. She continues to attend auctions, visit antique shops, and so on, in hopes of finding more 'lost ancestors'.



DAVAULT
[under construction but viewable]




RICHARDS - POAG
These pictures were rescued by Shelley, see link for further information.



TUCKER
AUCTION
These pictures are not for 'rescue' as Vicki found a connection to her family.



MISCELLANEOUS
These pictures were purchased at various places and are not connected to each other. [Saunders, Weidenkoss]



BAKER
AUCTION
All pictures are believed to have an Ashland County, Ohio connection of some type. Click on the thumbnail for a larger, more complete image.



ARTHUR L.
ZIMMERMAN
PHOTOGRAPHER
The Zimmerman Collection is provided here with hopes of identifying the places and individuals pictured.
View a Success Story.



ARTHUR L.
ZIMMERMAN
POSTCARDS
These Zimmerman postcards are in a private collection and are not for "rescue".



PETER ZIMMERMAN
FAMILY
This family picture was purchased Aug 2007 at an antique store in Bellville, Ohio. NEW


* SPONSLER
The Sponsler Family Photograph Album. (June 2005)


SCHOOLS
Some of these photos and/or postcards are not for 'rescue'. Hopefully you will be able to add names to the children's faces. (Nov 2006)


MELTON
The Charles Melton Family. (May 2005)


POSTCARDS
Family postcards with an Ashland County connection. (May 2005)


GRUNEWALD COLLECTION
The Grunewald Collection consists of unidentifed photographs taken by Ashland photographers, a few have a Mansfield connection. Please note that none of these pictures are connected to the Grunewald surname. (April 2005)


DONNA MOHN
COLLECTION
The Donna Mohn Collection consists of four sections. First is a Mohn-Vantilburg Photograph Album. The second portion consists of twenty-six photographs. All but six are identified. The third section consists of five unidentified Civil War era tin type like photographs. The fourth section is a group picture of the 1914 Ashland High School baseball team.


MAXWELL
WEITZEL
& DEALER
AUCTION
This set contains 122 pictures. A little less than half were photos taken at an Ashland, Ohio studio. Unfortunately only one was identified - John SPECK and wife. There were another 6 pictures identified but none were by an Ashland studio; the surnames are: GARRETT, HUDSON (2), LAUTENSCHLAGER (possibly 2) and COCKRAN. Is your ancestor one of the non-identified? (September 2004 - non Ashland studios will be added later)


* EBERHART
McQUIGG
PHOTOGRAPH
ALBUM
This album contains pictures of Moses & Frances Eberhart and family. Also pictures of John & Sarah McAfee McQuigg and family. All total there are 49 pictures, with 36 identified. (July 2004)


AUTOGRAPH
BOOKS
One appears to belong to an Armstrong family with connections to Columbiana County, Ohio. Many signatures were from Enterprise, Kansas. The other has a Holmes County, Ohio connection and a few signatures from Stanwood, Iowa. There appears to be a Shank connection. The third book belonged to Mamie Flowers. (21 May 2004)


YARD SALE
ORANGE
TOWNSHIP
This set of portraits was Vicki's first ancestor rescue, about ten years ago. Touched by the thoughts no one wanted them, her first rescue took place. Unfortunately only the first
four pictures were identified and the album they were stored in has long since disintegrated. There is a mixture of studio areas: Ashland OH, New London OH, Oberlin OH, Plymouth OH, Wakeman OH, Cleveland OH, Chattanooga TN, Crawfordsville IN, Janesville WI, Santa Barbara CA, Syracuse Neb, and Canandaigua NY. The connection and names awaits just the right person to view this rescued set. [11 May 2004



All web-page pictures have been reduced in quality for faster loading.

* Indicates the original pictures have been claimed by a relative, still contact Vicki, she has her pictures scanned and saved.

Vicki suggests you also visit the Ashland County Chapter of The Ohio Genealogical Society's website for further rescued pictures.



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