Descendent Families
Helen Truesdell

Timeline

10/08/1887. Birth

11/27/1914. Marriage to Delbert MacAlister Sterling
Pittsford, New York, USA

Documents

Ancestral Families
Helen Truesdell PHOTOS:

Jay Emmett Truesdell family portrait. Back row standing, left to right: Rena and Albert Truesdell, Bertha (Truesdell) Reynolds, Carleton Brown (husband of Emily Truesdell). Middle row: Jay Truesdell (son of Albert Truesdell), Ada Truesdell (daughter of 2nd wife Fannie), Jay Emmett Truesdell, Fannie Truesdell (Jay's 2nd wife), Emily (Truesdell) Brown with her daughter Margery Lorraine Brown, Helen Truesdell (daughter of Albert). Front row: Ethel Truesdell (daughter of Albert), Charlotte Reynolds (daughter of Bertha), Carrie Reynolds (daughter of Bertha).

Date: Late 1893, early 1894

Place: Owatonna, Minnesota?

"Merry Xmas, Helen, Ethel and Jay, 1895 / Rena and Albert Truesdell's children; left to right: Jay, Helen, Ethel"

Jay, Helen and Ethel Truesdell

Date: 1895

Place: Owatonna, Steele County, Minnesota, USA

Photographer: Chesley, Owatonna, Minnesota

Jay Truesdell family portrait. Back row, left to right: Rena Truesdell (widow of Albert), Ethel Truesdell (daughter of Albert), Lynn and Ellen Truesdell, Ada Truesdell (daughter of Jay's 2nd wife, Fannie), Emily (Truesdell) Brown, Harry and Bertha (Truesdell) Reynolds. Seated in middle: Fannie Truesdell (Jay Emmett's 2nd Wife), Jay Emmett Truesdell. Children in front: Charlotte Reynolds (daughter of Bertha), Ellen Truesdell (daughter of Albert), Carrie Reynolds (daughter of Bertha), Margery Lorraine Brown (daughter of Emily), Margaret Reynolds (daughter of Bertha), Jay Truesdell (son of Albert).

Date: Around 1897

"Helen Truesdell, Uncle Albert's daughter"

Date: 1898?

Place: Owatonna, Steele County, Minnesota, USA

Photographer: M.W. Owens, Owatonna, Minnesota

Helen Truesdell (daughter of Albert Jay Truesdell).

Date: 1907?

Place: Rochester, New York

Photographer: Photo by Mock. Rochester, N.Y.

Helen Truesdell

Date: 1918

Photographer: Shepard

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