The January-February 2013 issue of ANTIQUES magazine on p. 15 pictures in an advertisement an excellent portrait of Martha Peckham Peabody (1789-1848) of Stonington, Connecticut.
In case you can no longer purchase a copy of this issue or are unable to find it in your local public library (remember to take along your camera), I am scanning this portrait for any of her family descendants and researchers who might like a copy sent freely by email. Just imagine if there were a portrait in existence of one of your ancestors before the age of photography, and you did not know of it. That would, indeed, be a very great shame and injustice, which is why I’m scanning this portrait and posting about it. Someone in the Peabody family ought to have a copy of this portrait.
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If it were a portrait of a 19th century Ms. Pease in my family line, I'd certainly hope someone would do the same for me. Call it a simple, but appropriate,genealogy good deed.