My Daddy took this picture and named it "Home made hair cut". My brother, who was 2 years older than me, had just given me the new hair style. When Daddy asked me what happened I told him but I also assured him that I said "Thank you" when my brother had finished.
I do research on several family names: Pack, Preston, Wheeler, Ward, Scott, Smith, also on my husband's side: Clemmons, Edrington, Kessler, Marshall, Heilman, Duvall, Stickley.
RE: Humphrey Marshall Linda, It looks like your husband and mine are related. Your Humphrey's father Charles was my husband's 3rd great grandfather. His son Dennis, by his second wife Mahala Brewer, is my hubby's 2nd great grandfather. I've done quite a bit of research tracking done Charles and would be happy to share and compare if you would like. If so, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Nice bumping into you.
Humphrey Marshall Linda, Humphrey is not that common of a name but it is a family name. What are the dates of your husband's Humphrey? And who were his children? Parents? I have ten Humphrey Marshalls on my Ancestry tree. It is very possible they are cousins. Jan
RE: Elizabeth Woolcutt Thank you for making the correction and for adding the headstone photos of her parents. Her father, Humphrey Marshall, was my husband's great grandfather. His memorial is #46218322. Her mother, Anna Belle Cravens, was his great grandmother. Her memorial is # 46218340. There seem to be quite a few of his ancestors buried in Fairview Cemetery.
RE: Elizabeth Venable That is just amazing that you were able to locate that cemetery I can't wait to see some of the photos. Even though it is sad to see older cemeteries in abandonment I am still glad it's not plowed over for the name of progress. Thank you so much for your amazing efforts! Janice