I went through the papers again looking for your names of interest, and came across a picture and article on Charles Badder and wife Nancy Ann, nee Ellis. I do not have a scanner to scan the article and picture but will type the article for you anyway and will try and find someone that will let me use their scanner at a later date. The article as follows: Under picture of Charles sitting, Nancy standing:
Many generations - Shown above are Charles Badder and his wife, Nancy Ann, nee Ellis, a couple whose descendents have almost become synonymous with the Wabash community. Charles Badder was born in 1838, four years after his parents, William and Hanah Badder emigrated from England. Charles and Nancy were married in 1857 and operated a store and post office at Grove Mills, along the Sydenham River, on property now owned by a great grandson, Vernon Badder. When Charles and Nancy were married, the property was owned by her father Samuel Ellis. Charles and Nancy later farmed at Grove Mills. on the farm now owned by another great grandson, Orlo Badder. Charles Badder was the first pastor of the R.L.D Church in Wabash, and he served in this capacity from 1877 to 1883 and again from 1898 to 1906. They later moved to Dresden, where both died in 1913. They had three children: one son John W. Badder was reeve of Camden in 1907 and a great grandson, C. Wesley Badder was reeve from 1937 to 1942.
Photo courtesy Mrs. Vernon Badder.
Hope this is of interest to you. I was pleased to find something for you.
I will keep looking and will try and get the photo off to you in the future. The dress looks like the 1880's to me.