One of two Wesley Redhead photos
Front: Wesley Redhead, Wesley Redhead, George Redhead Rear: Mildred "Middie" Redhead Dorr (died at age 25, Annie Seymour Redhead
Annie Seymour Redhead
Seven Gables maybe Wesley on far right
Wesley Redhead, Annie Seymour Redhead (his mother), Marjorie Redhead, Ann Redhead in the middle
Wesley Redhead (son of "the" Wesley Redhead)
Wesley Redhead (son of "the" Wesley)
Uncle Fred Redhead
Cousin Fred from LaCrosse Wisconsin
East side of Redhead Mansion Herbert Stone Redhead with a gun
The rockery was a favorite place of the children to play. King of the rock Herbert Henry Redhead
Aunt Ollie and Aunt Jessie by a root cellar with kitties
Aunt Jessie and Aunt Ollie by a root cellar with kitties
Jennie Squire Redhead, Aunt Jessie, Aunt Ollie, Herbert Henry Redhead.
Annie Seymour Redhead, Herbert Henry Redhead, Jennie Squire Redhead, the dog outside the Seven Gables
Jennie Squire Redhead and Annie Seymour Redhead enjoying tea outdoors on July 4, 1896
Jennie Squire Redhead in sitting room outside the bedroom above the library. Used a lot as it was one of the warmest rooms in the house - only one outside wall and a good radiator.
Jennie Squire Redhead all decked out
Jennie Squire Redhead
Herbert Stone Redhead, Jenny Squire Redhead, sitting room outside their bedroom - notice the aquarium
Herbert Stone Redhead, Herbert Henry Redhead
Front: Jessie (Henry's daughter / Jennie Squire Redhead's cousin), Uncle Henry, Herbert Henry Redhead Back: unknown, Auntie Rebecca Burgess, Uncle Horace
Uncle Henry not doing so well
Uncle George and Aunt Jessie's house - Uncle Henry in chair
Uncle George and Aunt Jessie's Farm, people unknown
Helen, George and Annie in the library.
Tending the rockery - unknown rockery attendant
Unknowns with Annie Seymour Redhead upper right
Unknown and Jennie Squire Redhead
Mildred "Middie" Redhead Dorr
Lizzie Redhead Forrester, Daughter of Wesley Redhead, died May 3, 1887 at the age of 22 less than a year after her marriage and birthing her son two weeks earlier on April 19.
Spooky kid from earlier
Herbert Stone Redhead
Rebecca Burgess came from Kentucky to take care of the ailing relatives
The ladies luncheon with one gentleman.
Front: Aunt Jessie, Jessie Squire Redhead, Annie Seymour Redhead, The Nurse, Herbert Stone Middle: Uncle Horris, Unknown, Unknown child Back: Unknown, George Redhead, Unknown, Unknown
Old graduation picture
Front: Herbert Henry Redhead, Helen, Little George, Ada, ? Only other named Horris Hollingsworth second from left in back
Redhead family picnic
The bay window in the parlor where many marriages and funerals took place, at the base of the walls is what was to be Des Moines first ever perimeter heating - didn't work yet did provide a nice runway for the mice. Annie Seymour Redhead with... kids.
Uncle Horris and Aunt Jessie (third and fourth from left) Food was set inside doors on back wall from the pantry off the kitchen then served. The table was brought from Kentucky where it was used by the slaves.
George's wife, George Redhead, Jennie Squire Redhead, Annie Seymour Redhead, unknown child, unknown, unknown, Uncle Henry, Aunt Jessie
Jennie Squire Redhead, unknown, unknown child, unknown, Annie Seymour Redhead, unknown
Annie Seymour Redhead middle, Helen on her left, Uncle Henry back left
Herbert Henry Redhead in front with watermelon
Front: Uncle Henry, Helen with doll Back George with big mustache, far right Wesley, Marjorie
Uncle Henry, Auntie Burgess, Aunt Jessie on floor, rest unknown
Uncle Horris and Aunt Jessie Hollingsworth in front of their house