|W & L (#47012727)|
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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:
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.
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