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North Ogden farmers Greenleaf Jr. and Eliza Blodgett were married in 1895. Their three children were Nancy Alice (1896), Greenleaf Ray (1899), and Carl Joseph (1903). Click on photos to read about prankster, Greenleaf Jr. ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden farmers Greenleaf Jr. and Eliza Blodgett were married in 1895.  Their three children were Nancy Alice (1896), Greenleaf Ray (1899), and Carl Joseph (1903). Click on photos to read about prankster, Greenleaf Jr.

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That's my grandparents... I have that picture.

Handsome family. He sounds like a character.

Yep, that's my ancestor!!! 😁

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Joyce and Joan's home party in 1949. Who can tell us more about this photo? (Last names, location, event, were Joyce and Joan twins?) ... See MoreSee Less

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Joyce and Joans home party in 1949.  Who can tell us more about this photo?  (Last names, location, event, were Joyce and Joan twins?)

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My dad said he knew twins named Joyce and Janice John who lived on Canning (?) Factory Lane (I think it's now 2000 N). Maybe Janice is another name for Joan in the picture?

Is the Kay Kay Alder Aardema? The Renee may be Renee Heiner Ericksen.

Joan Hodson Lana Barker Karen Michelson Joann Barth. Linda Allred Carol Manning Number 7 is a Barker

Joyce and Joan were twins and were foster children. They didn't live there very long. Believe it or not I am in that picture and party I am in that picture. They lived on the road that hypes below the church a couple blocks north on the north side with a porch that goes al the way around it. I can't remember their foster mothers name but she was older and very seeet.

Number 4 is Ann Fox, lived on the corner of 2600 N. & Fruitland Drive in the 'Fox Hole". I recognize #2 Lynette but can't remember the last name.

Lynnette .... pretty sure she was a Garner, lived on 1700 North.

Charleen Ellis is on the front row.

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A 1986 photo of the beginning of construction of the "new" Smith's grocery store, taken from 450 E. 2600 N. The Shupe-later-Spackman home can be seen in the distance (right of center). ... See MoreSee Less

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A 1986 photo of the beginning of construction of the new Smiths grocery store, taken from 450 E. 2600 N.  The Shupe-later-Spackman home can be seen in the distance (right of center).

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The Shupe home was moved down to Larson Lane.

And only one car on 2600 N! The good old days!

And taco time to the right

I love these old photos!

Lots of Shupes' around..

The Spackman's were our landlords when we first got married 31 years ago. We would take our rent down each month. It was back in the days before online payments and credit cards. They would invite us in to visit. Sometimes paying rent took well over an hour. We'd sit and talk while Laurence Welk played in the background. I can still see her writing out our receipt in jiggly handwriting using one of those TV trays for a table. The house truly was beautiful!

Steve Shupe

Sue Schweppe

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Let us know if you recognize anyone from Florence Manning's first grade class in 1946. I like the dogs! ... See MoreSee Less

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Let us know if you recognize anyone from Florence Mannings first grade class in 1946.  I like the dogs!

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These kids are all in there 70s now. Probably all have great stories. 😊 ( Don't think the pooches made it. :o( )

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Photobombed by a chicken! This is the Hyrum and Ada Windley Jensen family around 1935 at about 1500 N. 400 E. And their chicken! ... See MoreSee Less

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Photobombed by a chicken!  This is the Hyrum and Ada Windley Jensen family around 1935  at about 1500 N. 400 E.     And their chicken!

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Those are the children of Hyrum and Ada Windley Jensen. The picture was taken around 1500 North Washington Blvd. probably in 1935

This is funny. Cute chicken. I bet the kids loved it.

Great pic' looks to be taken about this time of year or a bit later

Perfect backdrop of Ben Lomond peak behind family

David J Atkinson

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