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1974 Edwardsville Intelligencer Clipping of Six Generations of the Thorpe Family

Citation

Edwardsville Intelligencer, “1974 Edwardsville Intelligencer Clipping of Six Generations of the Thorpe Family,” Madison Historical, accessed December 4, 2021, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/2061.

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Description

This Edwardsville Intelligencer clipping from May 25, 1974, includes a photo and caption of six generations of the Thorpe family. Included is a paper that explains the generations.

First generation: 97-year-old John O'Neil of South Roxana, seated in the rocking chair

Second generation: John's dauther Clara Hessel of Marine, sitting to the left of John

Third generation: Clara's daughter Edith Ringering of Poag, Edwardsville, standing on left in back

Fourth generation: Edith's daughter Charlene Thorpe of St. Louis, standing in middle in back

Fifth generation: Charlene's daughter Susan Thorpe of St. Louis, standing on right in back

Sixth generation: Daughter of Susan one-year-old Stephanie Thorpe, now Stephanie Thorpe Seeley, sitting on the lap of John O'Neil

This clipping was scanned as part of a Madison Historical class visit to Civic Memorial High School in spring 2019. It was brought to class by the seventh generation and Stephanie's daughter, Kimberley Seeley.

Subjects

  • culture
  • South Roxana
  • Edwardsville
  • Bethalto
  • Marine
  • genealogy
  • family

Creator

Edwardsville Intelligencer

Contributor

  • Seeley, Kimberly
  • Thorpe-Seeley, Stephanie

Date

May 25, 1974

Relevant Encyclopedia Articles

Language

English

Type

  • Newspaper Clipping

Format

  • jpg
  • Black and white newspaper

Coverage

  • South Roxana, Illinois
  • Edwardsville, Illinois
  • Bethalto, Illinois
  • Marine, Illinois
  • 1970s

Identifier

  • Seeley-Kimberley-N-0002
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