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LAWRENCE C EARLE
His Family History

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FAMILY PHOTOS

L. C. Earle (young)

L. C. Earle undated

L. C. Earle - Studio

Helen Harmon (young)

Helen C. Harmon (wife)

Ray & Larry Earle (sons)

John Edward Earle (father)

Mary Melvina Dorset (mother)

Painting of L. C.'s Mother
Mary Melvina (Dorset) Earle

LETTER: John E. Earle
to his wife, Mary - 1842

Genealogy

Interesting Associations

Grand Rapids Home

Montclair, NJ Home

Earle Family Gravesite

Edward Earle Gravestone
(Grandfather of Lawrence)

 

EARLE HOME

148 South Union (226 Union Ave SE)
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Built 1890; Mary (Dorset) Earle


Mindy L. Bryant, 1955 -
EARLE HOME, 1987;
Pencil, 14" x 16"
Private Collection

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Earle Home 1982
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Earle Home 2000

Lawrence C. Earle moved back to Grand Rapids about 1909, after his wife's passing in Montclair, NJ, in 1907. He made his home with his sisters Kate & Emma until he died in 1921. Emma died in 1917. Kate survived Lawrence and moved to Milwaukee to live with her nephew John Earle, son of Lawrence.

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*Thanks to Dr. J. Gray Sweeney for permission to use material from
Artists of Grand Rapids 1840-1980, J. Gray Sweeney; Grand Rapids, 1981:
The Grand Rapids Art Museum, The Grand Rapids Public Museum

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