The collection of photographs that have come down to my access from the Miller,
Harrold, and Healey Families is the largest I have.  And still there are gaps.   One
group of photographs that I know of is not included here.  At Ellen Jane Pedens' house
there is a box containing photo postcards from the time in California working on the LA
water system.  I will barrow that and generate a special chapter.
(1)  Tintype in decorative wooden box of Welborn Healey when a young man.  I
estimate this was taken about 1855.  The Healey family was prominent in Henry
County, IN and this might be among the first personal photographs taken in New
Castle
.
(2)  Linked tintype portraits in decorative wooden clasped box of Welborn Healey and
Huldah Julian, probably taken to celebrate their marriage in 1847.
(3) Portrait of Welborn Healey taken in the 1860's on which he has signed his name.  
At this time Welborn was the Land Assessor for Henry County in addition to being a
prosperous farmer
.
(4)  A family portrait card that was in the possession of Ema Ora Healey Harrold and
afterwards passed on to Bea Miller.  I have not done the research but it seems we
are looking for a Healey relation with aproximately 14 children.  I would estimate this
is from the 1880's or 1890's.
(5)  A  portrait taken circa 1900 of Martin L. Bundy and his wife.  Bundy was one of
the most prominent citizens in New Castle at the time.
(6)  A collection of photographs that came
down to Bea Miller from her grandmother,
Ema Ora Healey Harrold.  The darker
toned tintype photo top row, middle is of
Huldah Julian in later years.  The other
people are unknown to me.
(7)  Portrait photo of Huldah Julian taken
in the 1880's, after the tragic umbrella
accident took the life of her husband,
Welborn Healey
.
(8)  Portrait of Jesse Harold taken around 1900.  Jesse married Lucinda Hayes and
farmed for many years in the area of Henry County, Indiana between Dunreith and
Spiceland.  He was born in 1841 and died in 1911.  His son, John, married Ema Ora
Healey and they had a daughter, Lillian Harold.
(9)  A portrait of the sons and daughters of Joel Harold (1811 -  ? ).  Joel was born
in Virginia and migrated to Indiana in the 1830's.  This photo was taken at New
Castle sometime in the 1890's.  Jesse Harrold,  Lillian Harrold's grandfather, is the
bearded gentleman on the far right of the first row.  I love the facial hair thing going
on with the men!
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Jim Wilkinson
jimwilk@hotmail.com
In the center of this blow up of a larger photograhp are Marion
Miller's parents, Nora (L) and Charles (R) Miller.  This was
taken on the family potato farm in the Lake Wawasee region in
the late 1880s.