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unknown #1 (identified 2009 as possibly
Bertie Simpson Hines) & unknown #2
Photo #3 (Not all individuals in this photo have been
identified, so it has been left up for all to see. Our
to get everyone's name . . . one never knows where a clue
might come from!)
(Identified 2009 by PCGS members Beverly Graves and Beth
Haring as "The old house of Dr. Andrew
Jackson Baker sometime before it burned."
Possibly taken in 1907)
"It was located east from Aldrich, MO. This photo was
taken during the celebration of Dr. A. J. Baker's
(July 4, 1844) and his son, A.J. Baker, II's birthday,
(July 8, 1885). The family had a huge reunion every
in celebration. The reunion was with several families:
Bakers, MacDonalds, and Nash as the older generations and
their children, in-laws, cousins, aunts, and uncles.
Dr. A.J. Baker is in the middle of two bearded gentlemen,
with a droopy mustache and no beard. His wife #2,
Rachel Davis Drake Baker, is standing behind him looking
to her left (to the right in the picture). The
lady to Rachelís left (to the right in the picture) is
Mattie Baker Thompson, daughter of Andrew and his wife #1,
Martha Ann Faulkenberry.
Mattie married Losson Thompson. Losson Thompson is
seated just to the right of the tree on the right side of
the picture. One of the bearded men in the second
row is Isaac Mc Culley (A.J. Baker II's father-in-law) and
one with the longest beard is Samuel Nash, a family
cousin. These three men served in the Civil
Mr. McCulley and Mr. Nash). "
Another visitor to PCGS's website identified some of the
people in the picture as being named Simpson.
|Jan Breshears Thomas submitted the following
pictures in hopes they will be identified. They were
found in her mother's files on the Breshears family.
They might also be from the Carter, Arnold,
Tuckness and Richard families.
These pictures were given
to Linda Crawford by Ron Johnson of Rock
Island, IL, a great grandson of
Rev. Johnson. He wanted the pictures back in
the area they came from. If you need a
better look, just
double click the photo.
Identified as "unknown" then "#
2 boy David Ingram's Son"
and "unknown" & "unknown"
"John Tolbert & family at College
Hill 1909" College Hill was in
Polk Co. and there was a Methodist Church.