|1922 Jean Wallace Ballantyne Uible - Baby Book|
|Jean Wallace Ballantyne Uible Baby Book - Our Baby|
|Jean Wallace Ballantyne Uible Baby Book|
|Jean Wallace Ballantyne Uible Baby Book - Facts: Weight, Parents and Grandparen|
at birth 6 lb. 9 oz.
January 8 - 7lb 9oz
January 11, 1 month old - 7'14"
February 11, 2 months - 9'12"
March 11, 3 months - 11'
4 Months - 12½'
Lucie Brown Ballantyne [1880-1957]
Nathaniel Wallace Ballantyne [1868-1949]
Adrain [sic] Wilmer Brown [1855-1906]
Mary Morrow Brown [1857-1890]
Alexander Ballantyne [1841-1885]
Irene Freeman Brown [1840-1906]
|Jean Wallace Ballantyne Uible Baby Book - Gifts|
Baby's first Laugh
Sweater & Bonnet & Booties - "Dear" [step-grandmother Ola Moore Brown 1862-1926]
Dress, Pillow, Pina[fore?] & Booties - Aunt Leora [Leora Hay Scott Brown 1880-1944]
Stockings, Dress & Blanket - Uncle Bert [Robert Morrow Brown 1877-1946]
Shoes & 1.00 - Aunt Cora [Cora Brown, sister of Adrian, 1856-1923]
Blanket - Aunt Sur.
Booties - Bertha McLane
Brush Comb Mirror Set - Eleanor Eva Stuart
Brush & Comb Powder Box - Cousin Scott [John Scott Brown 1911-1956]
Crepe de Chine jacket - Mr & Mrs Dixon
Hoop holder for Robe - Cousin William
Clothes Hanger - Mildred [?] Shoup
Knitted [?] Sacque [gown] - James Mordfert [?]
Pillow Cover & Bonnet - Nancy S... Lowrey
Stork Pants - Mrs. Edith Se...h
|Jean Wallace Ballantyne Uible Baby Book - Events|
Jean Wallace Ballantyne
was baptized Nov. 11, 1923
by Rev. W. E. Allen at the
Presbyterian Church. A fine
little girl. 11 months old
Jean had her hair bobbed
April 13, 1925
and went to her first
party At Milly Love
Gardner's. She enjoyed
London Bridge very much
and all the games.
Among the first words
she said was "Mamie"
her nurse's name
"Oh! Boy! - Sure
Her first trip was to New Cumberland in February 1923.