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I found a couple of photos that I am having trouble
trying to figure out if either of these men
could be Pat Robinson or Harry Moyer. Go to this page to see the comparison of these
two men. Tell me what you think! -Raynelle
Married: ABT 1897 at: Scottsdale, Pa. (or Connellsville)
Died: ABT 1897 at: Scottdale, Pa. maybe Erie
Notes: Catholic at time of death. I don't know of any information about Pat ... I don't know
if "Pat" is a nickname or if was his real name. His parents were from India (?) of
Notes: She was Lutheran
and baptized Lutheran. Later she was Lutheran or Presbyterian.
Lutheran and buried a Lutheran while in Pittsburgh.
According to Meredith Remley,
Belle was not married to
Pat Robinson......but how did Gertrude gain the "Robinson" name???? She married Pat Robinson
when she was 14 years of age. Belle then married Harry Moyer until his death, then
married Frank Hager in 1914. Belle was very close to her mother and sister Ada.
Belle was also a midwife.
Belle lived in Pittsburgh most
of her life. At one time my Grandmother (Leona Remley Murray)
once told me that she was born in Pittman (which is in Fulton County).
In 1900 Belle came to Pittsburgh and in 1917, moved to Duquesne until 1924. She then moved to
Ross township until she died in April 18, 1945.
See other Group Photos
|B1 0135||Belle sitting in the chair and Ada behind her. Tin Photo.|
|B2 0139||Taken with photo of her sister "Gertie" Photo ID # JJ7 0111. Elite
Gallery Pittsburgh, PA
reads "Belle" on front, "Mamma" on back
|1890-1900||B7 0164||Belle and mother Jennie. Tin photo.|
|1890-00||PR1 0179||Ada and Belle and is also the same
bkgd., dress and hat in which Belle is
wearing in ref # B8 170.
|1890||B8 0169||Very young Belle.|
|1900||JJ2 0094||Photo Post Card of Belle and Gertie. I am not sure who the man is behind them, I think it may be Harry Moyer or Pat Robinson.|
|1900||B1 0133||Belle and ??? an aunt?
Tin photo. Who is the other lady?
|B4 0148||Belle and young Gertrude with a baby.|
|1900+||B5 0152||Belle and Gertrude Robinson Remley.|
|1905+||B7 0163||Belle and Gertrude Robinson and ? Moyer? Has to be Harry Moyer, Pat had already passed away by this time.|
|1900-10||B1 0134||Belle. Tin Photo|
|1900-10||B2 0137||Belle appears to have on a wedding band. She is posing in front of large rocks. Postcard.|
|1900-10||B2 0138||Elite Gallery Pittsburgh, PA
reads "Belle" on front, "Mamma" on back. Mamma is what she is referred to by her Grandchildren.
|1900-10||B5 0155||Belle also posed with ref # B2 138 Above.
|1900-10||B1 0136||Belle and ? Moyer??? Tin Photo.|
|1900-10||JJ2 0165||Photo Post card of Gertrude "Gertie". This photo also goes with the next photo which I have placed here to compare the two photos.|
|1900-10||JJ2 0166||Belle and looks like the same girl in ref #156 page B6. Also post marked
addressed to ----ie Platt.---..East Main St., Uniontown PA with a 2cent stamp.
When did we have 2 cent postage stamps?
|1900+||B4 0149||Belle, and 2 women. Don't know who???
I put this photo here because one of these women is the same as photo above. Is her last name PLATT?
I have found other photos of her along with perhaps her husband & child. See these at "Identify Me".
|1910||B5 0153||I believe this is Belle, it also goes with the following photo.|
|1910||B5 0154||Goes with photo above.|
|Unknown||trunk.jpg||Unusual postcard of a trunk. It is from a man by the name of Mike. No last name. I cannot read the year on this. Addressed to Belle Moyer, #163 Elmn St., Pittsburgh, Pa.|
|1915+||GR6 0197||Franky & Belle, maybe Gertrude. Looks like it was
taken at Franky's parents home.
|1910-20||B2 0140||reads..."Belle" on front. I think was was taken in front of Belle & Franky's home. Where is this place?|
|1910-20||B4 0147||Belle and looks like Ada.|
|B3 0141||Belle and Ruth Remley|
|1920||B5 0151||Belle with June Remley?|
|1920||B3 0142||Belle. I believe this was taken on Mazer Ave. in Pittsburgh?|
|1920||B3 0143||Belle and a woman...Who??? I have seen other photos of this same woman by this house.|
|1920||B4 0144||reads..."You can tell who this is by her
lovely snap shot of me. don't I look ?. You
said it I am all together. Your Hobo Sister."
|1920||B4 0145||Belle & Merdith Remley?|
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