Trick photography of the day. Not photoshoped.
Historic photograph of Betsy Grace Vanderhoof and Ernest Shaw. Circa 1900
Grace Vanderhoof 4th from left
The Vanderhoofs probably gathered for some ones funeral. Top,Grace Esther, Edith, Jesse Edward, Giles Edgar.
Gathering of the Vanderhoof's. Grace is 2nd from right center row then Esther.
Grace with daughter Lerona at a 4th of July or independence day celebration.
Grace Vanderhoof 4th from left top row. Head down not smiling, none of them are.
Children of Betsy Grace Vanderhoof Shaw:
kliff keeter, beverly hammond, les hammond, jesse shaw, ernest shaw, gracie robins, melba keeter, lerona hadley, sarah shaw, mildred shaw
Betsy Grace Shaw was the daughter of Jesse & Lerona Vanderhoof. She married Ernest Shaw a farmer in Ogden, Utah. They had a parcel of land that Jesse and Lerona gave them to farm out near Snowville, Utah. Grace got lonely out there and they moved to Ogden and raised a family.
About Grandpa and grandma Shaw by Jay I Hadley
From what my mother, Lerona May Shaw born March 12, 1910 told me, after they moved to town grandpa, Ernest Shaw got to drinking and gambling with the city slickers and they got most of the farm away from him. He must have been wealthy at one time. He owned property near 12 street and Washington Boulevard in Ogden, Utah . When the great depression hit they lost there house due to a mortgage.
He and grandma split up and he ended up in a little stone house on 13th Street close to 12th street. Grandma (Mrs. Grace Shaw) was able to purchase a house on 2 acres of land at 1150 Kiesel Avenue where she ran a trailer court.
Grace and Lerona May Shaw circa 1910
Grace Shaw with her daughter in law Mildred
Grace with Lerona and Bobby Shaw
Grace with daughters Lerona left and Beverly Jane center out for a picnic.
Beverly, Grace, and (Robert) Bobby Shaw
Grandma's Studebaker car. I remember this car.
Artie and Grace Vanderhoof somewhere in Oregon