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Peter Howell Family Album
Digital images of the photos in Peter D. Howell's album, taken by Spencer Howell in 2010.


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Campbell Family
Campbell Family
Mr & Mrs. Archibald Campbell and family: Archibald, Maude, Helen & Mabel. 
 
2
Elizabeth Louise Stone
Elizabeth Louise Stone
 
 
3
Flora Maude Campbell Stone
Flora Maude Campbell Stone
 
 
4
Henry Howell
Henry Howell
 
 
5
John E. Howell & wife Elizabeth Stone Howell
John E. Howell & wife Elizabeth Stone Howell
Plus 3 boys and unknown persons on right and left ends. 
 
6
Nellie Davison
Nellie Davison
As a young girl in Nova Scotia 
 
7
Nellie Davison Howell
Nellie Davison Howell
Quite young. 
 
8
Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger
Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger
In 1921. "Granny Zippo" 
 
9
Peter Howell's Album photo
Peter Howell's Album photo
L to R: Peter Stone Howell, John Edward Howell?, Ned Davison Howell 
 
10
Spencer Stone
Spencer Stone
Graduation 
 
11
Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger - 1926
Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger - 1926
Nellie Davison Howell Grunberger in her Presentation Gown to the Court of Spain in 1926. 
 
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S.C. Spring Column And Cornice 8-day Weight Clock
S.C. Spring Column And Cornice 8-day Weight Clock
This heirloom made cir. 1864 belonging to Peter Stone Howell, has penciled service notations inside such as "3.10.1892 - Cleaned, Mrs. Spencer Stone" (Flora Maude Campbell Stone 1872-1969). Another notation refers to just "Mrs. Spencer" - likely referring to Betsy Cherry (1908-1893) who married William Spencer (1804-1846). Betsy Cherry Spencer outlived her daughter Adelaide Spencer and raised her grandson, Spencer Stone from age 2.

Clock information: Regulator Strike, Extra Eight Day, Rolling Pinton, Brass Clocks, Manufactured by
S.C. Spring, Bristol Conn "Warranted if well used."

Solomon C. Spring was born on January 29th, 1826 in Granby, Connecticut. Early in his life, he was employed in the clock shop of Silas Burnham Terry. Spring then moved to Bristol, Connecticut where he worked as a clockmaker for the Rev. Irenus Atkins owner of the Atkins Clock Company. In 1864, at the age of 38, he bought the land and buildings of the old Birge, Peck and Company (clock makers) in Bristol and renamed it the S.C. SPRING CLOCK COMPANY. The company never issued a catalogue so its hard to know how many styles they made. Most of their clocks were sold to other clock manufacturers, so to find one with the S.C. Spring label in the case is a wonderful "find" indeed !!! Spring retired in 1895 and died in 1906 after producing some excellent and very attractive clocks.