Robert Buckley
Re: Re: Samuel Clay Hildreth
Sat Jul 17, 18:36

Dan, Sam Hildreth had a family member named William Hildreth, 1844-1925. By 1870, William was living in Illinois. I'm not sure if he painted .

    • Re: Samuel Clay HildrethDaniel Buck, Sat Jul 17 17:59
      Robert, interesting. I had never heard of the surname Hildreth before, but once I began truffling on Ancestry,, I found it more often than I would have imagined. Unfortunately, there... more
      • Re: Re: Samuel Clay Hildreth — Robert Buckley, Sat Jul 17 18:36
        • Re: Re: Re: Samuel Clay HildrethDaniel Buck, Sun Jul 18 3:25
          Robert, Best I can determine, the painter & stage actor William A. Hildreth was born ca. 1854 in Eastport or Gardiner, Maine, and died 5 September 1914 in Santa Monica, California. He married Jennie... more
          • William Albert HildrethRobert Buckley, Sun Jul 18 5:13
            Dan,I think the reason you didn't find a family tree on Ancestry for W.A. Hildreth is because the person who posted the tree listed his birth year at 1855. more
            • Re: William Albert HildrethDaniel Buck, Sun Jul 18 5:54
              Robert, many thanks. Ancestry's software works in mysterious ways: my search for William A. Hildreth, born in Maine ca. 1854 had turned up nothing. The tree is quite helpful, and indicates that ... more
              • Re: Re: William Albert HildrethDaniel Buck, Sun Jul 18 9:06
                Turned out the search fail was my error, not Ancestry's: I searched for exact first and last name "William A. Hildreth," which failed to match the family tree for "William Albert Hildreth." Live a... more
                • Relisted - Only $500Mel Graf, Sat Jul 24 18:37
                  The note looks absolutely clownish. As an aside, I see “The Lost Story” portrait of “Earp” hasn’t gained the once promised traction. It appears that one of the authors has passed.
                  • Earp phto -- $375,000, free shipping!!Daniel Buck, Wed Jul 28 0:51
                    Speaking of the Earps, JRESIN has up on eBay for a bargain $375,000 -- free shipping!! -- a tintype of the Earp brothers. more
                  • Re: Relisted - Only $500Daniel Buck, Sun Jul 25 3:20
                    When the price drops to $50, for a 19th century oil of an anonymous man by the seriously obscure Maine portraitist W.A. Hildreth, it might be a fair price.
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