Whaley, Cyrenus "Rene" and Eliza (Soules) 
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transpixel Portrait of Cyrenus Holmes Whaley.  This portrait hung in the Francis Bundy household, adjacent to a portrait of Eliza (Soules) Whaley, and was left with Joan Collinge by William Bundy.  (Original: Joan Collinge) transpixel
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transpixel Captioned as "Unknown Man" on a Wabasha County historical website.  Since the clothing (right down to the pleating and wrinkles in the shirt) is exactly the same as in the previous portrait, the portrait was very likely painted from this photograph. transpixel
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transpixel Cyrenus Holmes Whaley. The Wabasha County Rootsweb site has a copy of this photograph posted dated at 1875. (Original: Janet Lucius) transpixel
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transpixel Nate Whaley.  Raised by his sister Josie and her husband Boney Jerry after his parents died when he was 12.  Never married, no children.  Nate traveled to the Dakotas a lot with 
his brother David, and worked on threshing crews there. Annotations on the back show he was converted to Catholicism by June Bundy. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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Portrait of Cyrenus Holmes Whaley. This portrait hung in the Francis Bundy household, adjacent to a portrait of Eliza (Soules) Whaley, and was left with Joan Collinge by William Bundy. (Original: Joan Collinge)
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Captioned as "Unknown Man" on a Wabasha County historical website. Since the clothing (right down to the pleating and wrinkles in the shirt) is exactly the same as in the previous portrait, the portrait was very likely painted from this photograph.
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Cyrenus Holmes Whaley. The Wabasha County Rootsweb site has a copy of this photograph posted dated at 1875. (Original: Janet Lucius)
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Nate Whaley. Raised by his sister Josie and her husband Boney Jerry after his parents died when he was 12. Never married, no children. Nate traveled to the Dakotas a lot with
his brother David, and worked on threshing crews there. Annotations on the back show he was converted to Catholicism by June Bundy. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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transpixel Probably Nate and Dave Whaley, based on resemblance to previous picture.  (Captioned as "Wabasha Men - Possibly Carlons" at a Wabasha County Historical website. Caption also indicates back of photograph refers to the same "Scruby" photography shop in Mazeppa as the previous photograph does.) transpixel
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transpixel A possible photograph of Nate Whaley.  Original picture was held by Whaley descendants who could not identify either person in the photograph. There was a Nate Whaley shown in an early 20th century census in Grafton, ND, but it is not clear which Nate Whaley it was. transpixel
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transpixel Lucy Whaley, 13 years old on left, and her step-sister, Ada Segar on the right, about 1892. Both were raised by Benjamin Boughton and his wife Ida (Segar) Boughton. On the back is written in June Bundy's handwriting: "Mama 13 years old, and sister Ada (not sister brought up together)" and in Lucy Bundy's handwriting: "Lucy Whaley Bundy 13 yr. on left". (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel Lucy Whaley on left, Martha on right. (Martha's descendants have a copy of this picture with "Martha" written under the girl on the right, and the resemblance to other pictures of Martha is very strong). (Original: Janet Lucius) transpixel
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transpixel Lucy Whaley (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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Probably Nate and Dave Whaley, based on resemblance to previous picture. (Captioned as "Wabasha Men - Possibly Carlons" at a Wabasha County Historical website. Caption also indicates back of photograph refers to the same "Scruby" photography shop in Mazeppa as the previous photograph does.)
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A possible photograph of Nate Whaley. Original picture was held by Whaley descendants who could not identify either person in the photograph. There was a Nate Whaley shown in an early 20th century census in Grafton, ND, but it is not clear which Nate Whaley it was.
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(Original: Phyllis Diercks Jackson)
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Lucy Whaley, 13 years old on left, and her step-sister, Ada Segar on the right, about 1892. Both were raised by Benjamin Boughton and his wife Ida (Segar) Boughton. On the back is written in June Bundy's handwriting: "Mama 13 years old, and sister Ada (not sister brought up together)" and in Lucy Bundy's handwriting: "Lucy Whaley Bundy 13 yr. on left". (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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Lucy Whaley on left, Martha on right. (Martha's descendants have a copy of this picture with "Martha" written under the girl on the right, and the resemblance to other pictures of Martha is very strong). (Original: Janet Lucius)
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Lucy Whaley (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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transpixel Lucy Whaley and Aunt Ida ("Idie") Boughton.    (Original: Manda Baldwin.) transpixel
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transpixel The information written on the back is confusing; "Junie" refers to June (Bundy) Winberg; many of the pictures are labeled "Junie," which seems to be indication of ownership. Seems like it is probably Ada (Segar) Boughton, Lucy's step-sister. transpixel
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transpixel Ziba Boughton (Ben Boughton's brother), and his wife, July 1902. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel Cousins related through the Soules line.  Left to right: Ada (Sibley) Jarret [daughter of Joseph Sibley and Emily Soules], Lucy Whaley and Martha Whaley [daughters of Cy Whaley and Eliza Soules], Sadie Graham, Melissa (Sibley) Spicer [daughter of Joseph Sibley and Emily Soules], "Auntie" is probably Josephine (Whaley) Jerry [another picture in the same handwriting uses "Auntie" to refer to a photo that is definitely Josie], Holmes Whaley. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel Group picture of Whaley sisters and their families, around 1912.  Mary Hundeby thinks this was a Whaley sister reunion held at Josie's farm when Rose came down for a visit from Hibbing. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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transpixel According to Mary Hundeby, this picture was found in Lucy Whaley Bundy's picture collection.  It is probably a Whaley girl, but we don't know who. The facial features remind me of Rose Whaley. (Original: Mary Hundeby) transpixel
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Lucy Whaley and Aunt Ida ("Idie") Boughton. (Original: Manda Baldwin.)
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The information written on the back is confusing; "Junie" refers to June (Bundy) Winberg; many of the pictures are labeled "Junie," which seems to be indication of ownership. Seems like it is probably Ada (Segar) Boughton, Lucy's step-sister.
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Ziba Boughton (Ben Boughton's brother), and his wife, July 1902. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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Cousins related through the Soules line. Left to right: Ada (Sibley) Jarret [daughter of Joseph Sibley and Emily Soules], Lucy Whaley and Martha Whaley [daughters of Cy Whaley and Eliza Soules], Sadie Graham, Melissa (Sibley) Spicer [daughter of Joseph Sibley and Emily Soules], "Auntie" is probably Josephine (Whaley) Jerry [another picture in the same handwriting uses "Auntie" to refer to a photo that is definitely Josie], Holmes Whaley. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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Group picture of Whaley sisters and their families, around 1912. Mary Hundeby thinks this was a Whaley sister reunion held at Josie's farm when Rose came down for a visit from Hibbing. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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According to Mary Hundeby, this picture was found in Lucy Whaley Bundy's picture collection. It is probably a Whaley girl, but we don't know who. The facial features remind me of Rose Whaley. (Original: Mary Hundeby)
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transpixel David Whaley, Obituary, Red Wing Republican Eagle, 20 October 1955 transpixel
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transpixel Cyrenus and Eliza Whaley, Zumbro Falls Cemetery, Zumbro Falls, MN, 44.28832,-92.42632.  Stone purchased and placed by Josie (Whaley) Jerry about 10 years after Cyrenus and Eliza's deaths in 1881 (family was destitute, could not afford a stone).  Tiger lillies planted by Ruth Bundy.  (Photographed by Bob Hart, Nov 2004) transpixel
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transpixel These markers are under the tiger lilies at the gravesite. (Original: Phyllis Diercks Jackson) transpixel
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David Whaley, Obituary, Red Wing Republican Eagle, 20 October 1955
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Cyrenus and Eliza Whaley, Zumbro Falls Cemetery, Zumbro Falls, MN, 44.28832,-92.42632. Stone purchased and placed by Josie (Whaley) Jerry about 10 years after Cyrenus and Eliza's deaths in 1881 (family was destitute, could not afford a stone). Tiger lillies planted by Ruth Bundy. (Photographed by Bob Hart, Nov 2004)
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These markers are under the tiger lilies at the gravesite. (Original: Phyllis Diercks Jackson)
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