Father with son. A second photo showing the entire family with the boy, plus additional info, can be viewed in our archive by clicking HERE
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Little boy, 1/6 ambrotype, and inside of the case, with a lock of his hair.
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The headstone and death certificate of 5-year-old Elmer Jones, who died of appendicitis. He’s buried at Prathers Creek Cemetery in Laurel Springs, North Carolina. (Grave photo credit: FindAGrave.com).
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Three circa 1910 real photo postcard of an infant’s funeral, with child pallbearers.