Rose's Grand-daughter, Mary Lee Duvall

Rose's Grandaughter

2 3/8 x 1 7/8 in.
Watercolor on ivory


ITEM NUMBER: 1905.154
ARTIST/MAKER: Weidner, Carl 
OBJECT TITLE: Mrs. Louis Eugene Marié (d. after 1921)
OBJECT TYPE:
LOCATION: Henry Luce III Center for the Study of American Culture
ON DISPLAY: No
Link to The Henry Luce Center

The photo of Mary Lee Duvall was found on the website of the Henry Luce Center

Rose O'Neale GREENHOW
(Rose Maria O'NEALE2, John1) was born on 2 Apr 1853 in Maryland. Another name for Rose was Little ROSE.Rose married William Penn DUVALL ,20 son of Robert E. DUVALL and Julianna E. Frame , on 30 Nov 1871 in Nemport, Newport County, Rhode Island.19 William was born on 13 Jan 1847 in St. Marys County, Maryland, and died on 1 Mar 1920 in San Diego, California at age 73, and was buried in West Point Acadamy.

The child from this marriage was:

   14 F    i. Mary Lee DUVALL was born about 1872 in New York and died on 10 Mar 1935 in San Diego County, California about age 63.


New York Times: Sept. 19, 1894
Marie—Duvall.
Fort Monroe, Va., Sept. 18—The marriage of Miss Mary Lee Duvall, daughter of Lieut. William P. Duvall of the United States Army, to Louis E. Marie, a son of the late John B. Marie and nephew of Peter Marie of New-York, took place today at high noon, in the Star of the Sea Chapel. The ceremony was followed by a breakfast at the home of the bride’s parents.
The house and church were elaborately decorated with white roses, sweet peas, and asters.
John Van Schaick Oddie of New-York acted as best man, and the ushers were Parker R. Freeman and Henry H. Smith of Philadelphia and Lieut. John P. Hains of the United States Army.
The bridesmaids were Miss Grubb of Philadelphia, daughter of Gen. E. Burd Grubb; Miss Davidson of Richmond, Va.; Mis Davis, daughter of Capt. Davis of Fort Monroe, and Miss Rundlett of Washington, D. C. The bride wore a handsome white satin gown, made with high corsage, trimmed with point lace. Her bridesmaids were becomingly dressed in pale green silk, covered with tulle.
They carried shower bouquets of pink roses, tied with pale green sash ribbons. Mr. Marie, who is almost as well known in New-York as in his native city, is an architect and owns a handsome estate called Brookdale, near Philadelphia.

General Notes: Washington Post Feb. 9, 1906
Invited to a State reception in honor of the Army & Navy: Maj. & Mrs. William P. Duvall and Mr. & Mrs. Louis E Marie

Washington Post April 6, 1916
Mrs. Louis E. Marie, of Philadelphia…. Are among those who are at the Shoreham Hotel

1920 US Census, State: Maryland County: Anne Arundel Incorporated Place: Annapolis Enumeration District: 23rd 1st ward Date: 13 January, 1920 Roll: T625_654
Lee Duvall, wife. Female, white, age last birthday 47. Able to read, write & speak English. Place of Birth New York. Father born in Maryland, Mother
born Washington DC. No trade, profession or particular kind of work done.

1930 US Census, San Diego Township, San Diego County, California. Census taken 4/14/1930. They owned their own house worth approx. 10,000 but they didn't have a radio.
Louis A. was 58 (born 1872)and Lee was 56 (age at last birthday. That would make Lee Duvall born around 1874) He was 25 when they married and she was 23
(married in 1897) Louis and both his parents were born in New York while Lee was born in New York and her parents both in Maryland.
Bev Crowe, 9/2/2003