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Hooper and Squires Photo Album.
This is the start of a large box of photos and other items that I found in St.Marys. The box was the property of Wilbert Hooper of St.Marys. I know that the Squires family was from out near Exeter in Huron County and the Hoopers were from Granton in Middlesex County and St.Marys in Perth County. I have lots more photos and postcards that I will put on line as I find time.
I do not know who the people in this photo are. The woman on the top left could be the same woman in photo #3. That would make her Edgar Hoopers Grandmother. I would think that the older folks are her parents. The photo was taken in St.Marys.
I think this is a photo of the three Squires sisters. One of these girls married Edgar Hooper. The photo was taken in St.Marys.
This is a photo of Edgar Hooper (the boy on the left) his father and mother and sisters. The photo was taken in St.Marys.
I Think this might be the father of Edgar Hooper on the bottom left. I do not know this for sure but if you look at the photo above I think you will see that they might be the same man. The photo was taken in Exeter.
This is Edgar Hooper and his wife and children. The small boy on the right is Wilbert the one on left may be Earl. His wife was one of the three Squires sisters seen in picture #2.
This is Edgar Hooper and his wife on their wedding day. The photo was taken in Exeter.
This is Edgar Hoopers wife but I do not know who the man is. The photo was taken in Exeter.
This is a photo of Edgar Hoopers sister on her wedding day. The photo was taken in Exeter.
This is a postcard photo of Edgar Hoopers sisters on her honeymoon.
This is the back of the postcard.
This is a close up of what I think might be the Squiers farm near Exeter.
I think this might be the Squiers farm near Exeter.
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