Lilla McBratney


A.P. Trott/ Junction City, Kansas Unknown po0249p.jpg PO-0249 B&W 1700-0249-0000 po0249p Photo Card Print 2.5x4.5 Historic Photographs 1871 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


Lillian McBratney (b. 1854 - d. 1894) was born in Ohio in 1854. She was the sister of Josephine (McBratney) Trott. Josephine's husband, Charles Trott, was an officer for the north in the civil war. Afterwards, he moved to Junction City, Kansas where he was involved in the merchandise business. He was appointed postmaster and purchased a book and stationary business.

Lillian married Charles Randall Carver (also spelled Carter). She died in June, 1894.

Handwriting on back of photo reads: 1871 Lilla McBratney, mar Chas Carter, died June 1894.

Sources: US Census in Kansas 1860 and 1870; findagrave.


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