T. Albert Field Family Photo Postcard

T. Albert Field and Carrie May Rich were married on 15 August 1892 in Durham, Maine. He was a watchmaker, she was a school teacher. The couple had 10 children, shown here:

Ithiel R. born about 1896

Ruth B. born about 1898

Eunice A. born about 1900

H. Elisabeth born about 1902

Olive B. born about 1904

Benjamin C. born about 1906

Hermon L. born about 1907

Cecil P. born about 1910

And finally Clarence T. and Clement R., twins who were born in 1914.

The family lived in Brunswick, Maine where their father worked at Field’s Jewelry Store as a watchmaker. In 1930, T. Albert was splitting his time between Brunswick and Kennebunk where he is listed in both censuses. By 1940, all of the children had left the family home and T. Albert and Carrie moved to 71 Main Street in Kennebunk, where he continued to work as a jeweler and Carrie ran the boarding house that they owned and lived in. Carrie died 1 Feb 1944. T. Albert died 10 August 1955 and is buried in Lunt Memorial Cemetery in Brunswick, Maine in the family plot with his parents, wife and two sons, Benjamin and Ithiel. Please contact me if you are part of the family and would like to have the picture!

*UPDATE* This picture has been reunited with the family! It has been sent to Cecil’s granddaughter! (Cecil is the one seated in the first row center). Happy Dance!

T. Albert Field Family photo

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About Deborah Lee Stewart

I try to get photos returned to family members at no charge. Please contact me if you are related to any of the people in the rescued photos that I post. I can be reached at: deborahleestewart@gmail.com

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