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Barratt Family 1929

Barratt Family 1929

Identified in the photo:

Clara June Barratt, my mother, is 2nd from the left in the row just above where the children are sitting on the ground.

Robert Duff Barratt, my grandfather, is the 3rd from the right on the top row & his twin, William Ezra Barratt, Jr. is center front on the ground with the children.

Sophia Bamford Barratt (widow of Ezra Barratt) is the eldest woman in the middle of this picture. Her son, William Ezra Barratt, Sr. (deceased at this time), was the father of the twins (R.D. & W.E. Barratt) & Harriet Adams Barratt was their mother.

Alice Barratt, Sophia's daughter & youngest child who never married, is to her left.

The elderly gentleman top row in the middle & in a suit would be John Benjamin Barratt, another son of Sophia's.

The names written on the back of the snapshot with my descriptions in brackets are:

Mr. & Mrs. J. B. Barratt {Sophia & Ezra Barratt's son & daughter-in-law, Ida}
Grandma Barratt {Sophia Bamford Barratt, widow of Ezra Barratt}
Mr. & Mrs. W.E. Barratt, Jr. {William Ezra & Harriet Adams Barratt's twin son & daughter-in-law}
Bill Cooper & wife {Sophia & Ezra Barratt's daughter, Elizabeth, & her husband}
Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Cooper {Bill & Elizabeth Cooper's son & daughter-in-law, Florence}
Herb Hendrickson & wife {son-in-law of John B. Barratt & his daughter, Eleanor}
Mr. & Mrs. H. Nunimaker {no information}
July 4, 1929

Snapshot taken July 4, 1929 in College Hill, Pennsylvania

Can you help match the names with the faces? Or do you have additional information? Please let me know.


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