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Harry Ardeeser on the wharf at Point Lookout, c, 1935667 viewsHarry Ardeeser on the wharf at Point Lookout, c. 1935. Photo courtesy of Francis Hart.

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Virginia Jackson Yeatman706 viewsVirginia Jackson Yeatman. Virginia (nicknamed Ginny) was born a few days after Stonewall Jackson was shot (he lost his arm and died soon afterwards). Ginny was named for Stonewall and the state of Virginia. Photo courtesy of Francis Hart.
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Virginia Jackson Yeatman690 viewsVirginia Jackson Yeatman, one of William Yeatman's Daughters. Photo courtesy of Francis Hart.
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Henry Christian Ardeeser713 viewsHenry Christian Ardeeser built the smoke house at the turn of the 19th century and married William Yeatman's Daughter, Virginia Jackson Yeatman. Photo courtesy of Kathy Handiboe, great great granddaughter of William Yeatman.

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Charles Price Tull's Children722 viewsCharles Price Tull's children Buddy, Catherine and Elmer in front of the Point Lookout Lighthouse. Lucille Nestler was an infant when this picture was taken, 1920s (1921 or 1922). Unknown, Photo courtesy of Lucille Nestler. Lucille Nestler is a relative of one of the Lighthouse keepers of Point Lookout and has provided this photograph.


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Virginia Yeatman684 viewsVirgina Jackson Yeatman Ardeeser on the wharf at Point Lookout. The tracks are visible in the lower part of the picture. Buoys were transported from ships to the buoy shed by carts that ran along the tracks. Date unknown, probably the 1920s. Photo courtesy of Barbara Quasny.
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William Yeatman744 viewsWilliam Yeatman, Sr., keeper of the light from 1871 - 1908. Mr. Yeatman has been described as a man of small stature with a long beard. The buoy shed and fog bell (currently located in St. Michaels MD) are visible in the background. Notice what appears to be a large chain on the dock behind Mr. Yeatman. Date unknown, probably the early 1900s. Photo courtesy of Barbara Quasny.

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William Yeatman's Grave Marker844 viewsWilliam Yeatman's Grave Marker. William and his wife Anna Maria Yeatman are buried about 8 miles north of the lighthouse. Photo courtesy of Kathy Handiboe.

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William Yeatman, Jr (1931-1939)742 viewsThis is a picture of William Yeatman, Jr. from the late 1920s or early 1930s. He was the Assistant Keeper at Point Lookout from 1931 until he retired in 1939. Previously, William Yeatman, Jr. had been the keeper at Point No Point, Drum Point and Piney Point prior to moving back to Point Lookout. He took a volutary demotion to Assistant Keeper in 1931 to return to Point Lookout, most likely because he had previously lived in the lighthouse and wanted to raise his kids there (including Harry Yeatman, 1920-2001). The assignment to Point Lookout most likely did not carry a reduction in salary, but allowed William Jr more family time because most other lighthouses did not have a full time assistant keeper. This photo courtesy of Ted Yeatman, William Yeatman Sr's Great Grandson.

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Four Generations of Yeatmans756 viewsCharles Price Tull with his mother, Eliza Cornelia Yeatman Tull and her mother, Anna Marie Lamb Yeatman (Year of birth: 1841). The little girl's name is Catherine, sister to Lucille Nestler, c. 1916. Lucille Nestler is the great-granddaughter of lighthouse keeper William Yeatman Sr. (keeper at Point Lookout from 1871-1908), and has provided this photograph. William Yeatman Sr. also had a son named William.


 
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