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W & L (#47012727)
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Please be polite and kind. Place requests in the appropriate edit boxes. Please refrain from filling the memorials with extra headstone photos. Obituaries, and photos of the individuals are appreciated but please do not post duplicates. Documents such as death certificates and other filler are not so much appreciated. Obtain permission before re-posting my photos to Find-A-Grave. My photos may be used for your personal use (No commercial or for profit). The memorials that I maintain are all immediate ancestors and I choose to maintain them.
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Don Herring
The facsimile you posted on memorial # 98977283 on 10/25/2012 does not appear to be a likeness of Henry Ward Stevens. Instead, it appears to be an exact match, although a very low grade copy of a photograph of Francis Marion Hudspeth (1850-1938) shown at the following link:!hzAt5_BSGUWona1SEIqNLRk3

The facsimile of Francis Marion at this link, appears to be a photograph, most likely taken when he was about 30 yrs old - about 1880. Photographs of this quality were not available until the US Civil War beginning in 1861. Therefore, the facsimile you posted is most likely not a likeness of Henry Ward Stevns - died in 1801.

Unless I’m mistaken, your post is from the book, “Dillinghams of Big Ivy, Buncombe County, N.C. and Related Families,” compiled & edited by Margaret Wallis Haile. The next photo near the facsimile you posted, is that of Frances Josephine Anderson, Frances Marion’s wife.
Added by Don Herring on Aug 31, 2015 3:43 PM

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