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I've "rescued" an old photograph of Agnes JOHNSON which was taken at the C.
W. Hanson Studio in Genesee, Idaho. The photograph appears to have been
taken in the early 1900's with Agnes about 3 years old at the time. Thanks
to a JOHNSON Family Researcher, we believe that this is a photograph of
Agnes Mathilda JOHNSON b. 7 Apr 1905 to Einar JOHNSON and Gurine Bertine
HALVORSON in Latah, ID. Agnes married Oscar William DANIELSON on 23 Jun
1930 in Genesee, ID and together they had three children, Joyce; Shirley;
and David DANIELSON all born in Genesee, ID between 1934 and 1939.
Daughter Joyce DANIELSON married Lester DIEHL in Feb 1953 in Genesee, ID.
Daughter Shirley DANIELSON married Tom BUCKLIN and they had a daughter
Darcie BUCKLIN who later married into the OUERBACKER Family in Ventura, CA.
I am hoping to be able to return the photograph to her family. If you are a
member of this JOHNSON Family, or you know someone who might be, please
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