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4 Generations - Brachfields & Marwilskis
4 Generations - Brachfields & Marwilskis
 
Brachfield Wolfe
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
Robin
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5 Hutcheson sisters
5 Hutcheson sisters
Date:1930's 
Robin
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a.lieb homestead
a.lieb homestead
 
Robin
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a.lieb house. eva, bertha &anton
a.lieb house. eva, bertha &anton
Date:late 1890's 
Robin
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aanew
aanew
 
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adeline durbahn
adeline durbahn
Date:Abt. 1910 
Robin
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Adeline Durbahn_0481
Adeline Durbahn_0481
Date:4/5/2018 10:36:09 PM 
Robin
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Adult Children of Charles Hutcheson III and Sarah Worthington
Adult Children of Charles Hutcheson III and Sarah Worthington
From the top left: Alfred Leonidas Hutcheson (1842), William LaFayette H (1831), Charles Newton H (1836), James Caswell H (1839), Mary Angeline H Schoolfield (1829), and stepbrother Washington Napolean Holman (1852), son of Sarah Worthington's second husband, Burton Holmon. This could have been take at the time of their mother's death in Springtown, Texas, in 1895. It was taken no later than1908, when Charles Newton Hutcheson died. Uploaded to Ancestry.com by randolphjcr in 2011 
Robin
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albert & lena durbahn
albert & lena durbahn
Date:1930's ? 
Robin
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Albert, parents, and brother Clarence
Albert, parents, and brother Clarence
Date:1909 
Robin
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ALFRED BERTY COFFMAN
ALFRED BERTY COFFMAN
 
Robin
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Alfred Taylor Coffman photo
Alfred Taylor Coffman photo
Uploaded by Ancestry user Herwork 
Robin
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
Robin
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
Robin
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Anna Eugenia Story Pankey Hanberry
Anna Eugenia Story Pankey Hanberry
 
Robin
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Anna Geraldine Horton
Anna Geraldine Horton
Date:1916 
Robin
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Anna Kathryn (Hutcheson) Little
Anna Kathryn (Hutcheson) Little
Uploaded by Kerry Thompson, who wrote: My grandmother. All three of us kids called her "Danda" 
Robin
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Anna Kathryn Hutcheson Little-Bust
Anna Kathryn Hutcheson Little-Bust
With a bust made in her honor by her friend Clydetta Fulmer. Originally uploaded by Alice Murphy. 
Robin
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anton & eva lieb
anton & eva lieb
 
Robin
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anton & eva lieb
anton & eva lieb
 
Robin
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Arch Coffman in Bowler Hat
Arch Coffman in Bowler Hat
1920ish
From Don Baaso 
Robin
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Arch Coffman Sr with Children Arch Jr and Hannah
Arch Coffman Sr with Children Arch Jr and Hannah
Looks like about 1924.
Arch is the toddler in front. Hannah is the adolescent right in front of her step-grandmother Florence Hardin Coffman. I don't know who the other two children are.
Photo provided by Don Baaso, Arch's grandson. 
Robin
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Arch Lee Coffman Sr, 1909
Arch Lee Coffman Sr, 1909
Cropped version of image uploaded by Jan Coffman 
Robin
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Archie Lee Coffman Jr, 1945
Archie Lee Coffman Jr, 1945
Date:1945 
Robin
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Ardena Grady Eva
Ardena Grady Eva
 
Robin
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Ardena Horton
Ardena Horton
 
Robin
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Aunt Goldia, Aunt Edith
Aunt Goldia, Aunt Edith
The man in the background is either Clarence or David. 
Robin
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Aunt Laura Overhauls Hutcheson holding Olive Irene
Aunt Laura Overhauls Hutcheson holding Olive Irene
 
Robin
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Aunt Laura Overhauls Hutcheson holding Olive Irene
Aunt Laura Overhauls Hutcheson holding Olive Irene
 
Robin
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