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1889 Autograph Album of Lula G. Stone, born abt 1881at Oxford, Maine; m. Henry Asa Andrews

1889 Autograph Book of Lula G. Stone of Oxford, Maine



1889 autograph book of Lula G. Stone of Oxford, Maine.

As autograph books go, it's a rather large one, at approximately 9" x 6", but it's thin.

Lula Genevieve Stone was born in February, possibly 1881, the daughter of Luduscar Clark Stone and wife Edna Etta (Wardwell) Stone, born in Casco, Maine, and Otisfield, Maine, respectively.

Her paternal grandparents were John Clark Stone and wife Charlotte E. (Morse) Stone.  Her maternal grandparents were Edward Files Wardwell and wife Ruby F. (Wardwell) Wardwell.

On 26 February 1913, Lula married Henry Asa Andrews.  He was born 29 October 1878 at Otisfield, Maine, the son of William Wallace Andrews and wife Addie A. (Pike) Andrews.

By the time of the 1930 Census, Lula and Henry were raising a family at Oxford, Maine.

If you have any corrections or insights regarding any of the information presented here, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

Included in the autograph book is the calling card of Margaret Walker.

Complete list of signers in the autograph book, in alphabetical order:

May L. Bean of East Otisfield, Maine
Bertie of "Comedy Co. NY"
Mamie P. Blake of Oxford, Maine
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bumpus of Oxford, Maine
Laura Lillian Chapman of Oxford, Maine
Nellie Durell
Ella F. Edwards of Oxford, Maine
Linnie Edwards of Oxford, Maine
Nellie Hayes of Oxford, Maine
Kate W. Houghton of Oxford, Maine
Bertie M. Phillips of Oxford, Maine
S. Lizzie Robinson of Oxford, Maine
Nellie F. Storer of Otisfield, Maine
Isabel C. Thurlow
E. Fannie Walker of Oxford, Maine
plus the calling card of Margaret Walker
Images of the autograph book, in page order:
Calling card:


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