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Group portrait of Braxton Davenport Gibson (sitting, left) of Charles Town, West Virginia with three men and a woman.
B. D. Gibson, "Port", at age 21, weight 180 lbs.
John T. Gibson, born in 1851, a soldier of the Confederacy with Mosby. The latter said of him, "a brave - gallant child, whom I love."
"For W. Va. Div. U. C. V.'s, ... Genl. Robt White, Comdg. . . use return to General Geo. Moor-... Adjt. Genl. & Chief of Staff U. C. V.'s Common Street, New Orleans, La."
Annie Gibson Packette, wife of William Bainbridge Packette, daughter of Frances D. Gibson and Col. John Thomas Gibson
Portrait of John Thomas Gibson sitting on the front porch of his Charles Town, W. Va. home. Mr. Gibson is sitting in his father's (James Gibson) chair.
"The Three Faires" and "Alton Villa"
This photograph was taken from a daguerreotype of Mary Davenport Chenoweth,  daughter of John Davenport and niece of Major Abraham Davenport. Mary Chenoweth was also the great aunt of Frances Williams Davenport (Frances Packette Todd's grandmother). Frances W. Davenport married John Thomas Gibson at Mary Chenoweth's ancestral home, Altona, in Jefferson County, in 1855. Refer to back of the photograph for more information.
Frances Davenport Packette posing on a rocking horse, on a front porch
Location of house, 1510 Kanawha St, Charleston, W. Va., "Rab's Home"
Pictured: Edgar Bury, Lillian Mc Shane, Zan Gibson, Agnes Bury, W. Bury and Edmund Bury; taken at 84 University St., Montreal
Marker on the Gibson property, site of John Brown's execution
The outside cover of John Brown's jail house Bible
The inside leaves of John Brown's jail house Bible,including an inscription written by Brown to John Blessing. Before Brown's Execution, he presented the Bible to Blessing as show of gratitude for Blessing's acts of kindness.
Frances D. Packette and her pet cat, Schley-Puss, on a see-saw.
Margaret Holliday Gibson sitting on the floor of a front porch
Two girls, Frances Packette and Margaret Gibson, holding hands.
View of Harper's Ferry showing the old engine house called John Brown's Fort
Small boy sitting in a chair
"Billy Packette", taken Christmas, 1900
"Supposed to be daughter of Edward and Elina", Photograph from an old daguerreotype, December 20, 1928, R. S. Franklin
Rutherford and his family worked with a young George Washington, surveying the lower Shenandoah Valley ca. 1750. Rutherford also served under Washington during the French and Indian War.
The young girl holding a teddy bear is Frances Davenport Packette. The older boy is possible her brother, Willie.
Four young women and a boy in costume. The two women standing are possibly Ann and Zan Gibson.
A horse harnessed to a "gig" owned by Ferdinand Fairfax, nephew of Lord Thomas Fairfax. Ferdinand lived at Shannon Hill on the Shenandoah River in Jefferson County, Virginia, later West Virginia.