Mystery Monday: Unknown Man

Unknown Man
Do you rec­og­nize me?

Do you rec­og­nize me? This is the sec­ond install­ment of the ‘Uniden­ti­fied Cli­men­hag* Fam­ily Rel­a­tives’ series. This install­ment fea­tures a young man who may have lived in Welland County, Ontario in the Stevensville/Ridgeway/Fort Erie (Bertie Town­ship) area, or the city of Welland. He may also have lived in or near to Buf­falo, New York. He was related to Esther (Cli­men­haga) Philp, daugh­ter of Ben­jamin Cli­men­haga, either directly or indi­rectly through the Philp, Carver, Ruegg, Winger, or Cli­men­hegg fam­i­lies. This photo appears in a Cli­men­haga fam­ily album once thought to belong to Esther Climenhaga.

Cite This Page:

James Cli­men­hage, “Mys­tery Mon­day: Unknown Man,” Cli­men­haga, Cli­men­hage, Cli­men­hegg & Gli­man­haga, The geneal­ogy and fam­ily research site of James Cli­men­hage, mod­i­fied 30 Apr 2013 ( : accessed 4 Sep 2015).
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One Response to Mystery Monday: Unknown Man

  1. If you have a photo album which you believe belonged to Esther (Cli­men­hage) Philp, I would like to have a look at it. My mother was Dorothea Esther (Philp) Main. I grew up in the apart­ment which Grandpa Wm. Foun­tain Philp built at the back of his house at 56 Oak­land Ave., Welland. Dur­ing the 1940’s I spent many happy hours with Grandma and fre­quently checked in with her for an hour before head­ing home for sup­per.
    Philip Osborne Main

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