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 Elusive People

Do You Know Lizzie?

She was Albert Lincecum's 'old schoolmate' per a 1912 postcard she sent to him. Albert (1890-1961) was residing in Allenville, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri at the time.
Do You Know Pvt. John Hauer?

He was supposedly from Cape Girardeau County, Missouri and a member of Co. H, 69th Infantry at Camp Funston, Kansas abt 1917. He may or may not have a connection to Georgia Ellen 'Trigger' Hector Lincecum (1903-1983).
Who is Stella?

Do you know Stella Lapp? Stella Tapp? In this image, I think she's holding my great-grandmother, Georgia Ellen Hector Lincecum. I could be way off, though. Any ideas? Location for image possibly Cape Girardeau County, Missouri area. Date maybe around 1905.

 Mystery Photos

Are the Ones Not Labeled Ed Hopper and His Six Sons?

For the taking of the 1920 Cape Girardeau County, Missouri Federal census, Ed and family, including six sons, were listed next door to Francis Lincecum and family. (Francis's wife, Annie, was Ed's half-sister.) The number of young men not labeled in this image totals seven. Could they be Ed and his six sons?
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Can You Add Names to this Fun-Loving Crowd?

Maude Fenimore and Trig Lincecum are the two girls in front. Girls in back are likely Martha Elizabeth Jones (left) and Ora Fenimore (right). Who are the other two?
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Can You Identify Any of These People Around Annie Lincecum?

Back caption: 'Teacher center. Annie Lincecum center holding baby. Mary & Jesse Strong second couple on left.' Annie Gibbs Lincecum died in 1934. Location for image likely Cape Girardeau County, Missouri.
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Did I Name These Young Men Correctly? Sons of Ed Hopper.

Back caption simply states, 'Ed Hopper & Boys.' I labeled them as the three youngest sons of which I am aware. Did I get it right?
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Is This Clarence Hedge?

Is this the Clarence Hedge who was born about 1893, lived in the Cape Girardeau County, Missouri area, and married Martha Elizabeth Jones about 1923?
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Martha Elizabeth Jones and Clarence Hedge?

I have a strong suspicion this is Elizabeth and Clarence Hedge, but am leery of making an assumption... Maybe it's Clarence and a Fenimore girl?
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The One with a Beard is Lewis Hopper. Who are the Others?

Image likely taken around the Cape Girardeau County, Missouri area.
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Which Brother is Standing with George Baker?

George had two brothers. Edward was six years older, and Andrew was his twin. I feel a bit silly saying I'm not sure which is standing with George in this picture, but...I'm not sure. Do you know?
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Who's that with Mary Lincecum?

Mary Elizabeth Lincecum Strong (1892-1957), daughter of Francis Marion and Annie Victoria Gibbs Lincecum. Who's with her in the last photo?
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Who's that with Octa and Linus Roberts?

Two of the children are likely Doris and Dorothy Roberts, son and daughter of Octa and Linus. But who are the others? Is the young man standing to the left of Linus a younger brother of his? Who are the other children? Possibly taken between 1920 and 1936 in Cape Girardea County, Missouri.
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