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    Kenneth Davis Collection

    Summary: Donor is a descendent of 19th century portrait artist Eugne Pierrot (1824-1919) who is credited with painting the first portraits in Fort Worth. The portraits were of Sarah Hyde Gray Jennings (1816-1893) and her second husband Thomas Jefferson Jennings (1801-1881). Pierrot emigrated from France to the United States with his parents and four siblings in 1850, soon thereafter moving to Texas. Pierrot served in the Fourth Texas Calvary, Company F, fighting for the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. To view pages for related collections, follow the links to the Amon Carter Museum Collection and the Jeremy Dwight Nichols Collection.

    • Research files on Eugene Pierrot (sometimes spelled Pierott)
    • Digital Image: Portrait of woman [possibly Addie Pierott, born 1856] (image shown)
    Addie Pierott


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