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4 Generations - Brachfields & Marwilskis
4 Generations - Brachfields & Marwilskis
According to Jenny Hardy in Dec, 2013: On left Jeanette Brachfield Marwilsky and N. L. Marwilsky. On top are her parents Benjamin and Yetta Brachfield. On right are Jeanette & N.L's son Mose Marwil with wife Stella, and sitting on step is Mose & Stella's baby daughter, Vera. This was made in front of Brachfield home on East Main. Only the steps remain today. 
 
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5 Hutcheson sisters
5 Hutcheson sisters
 
 
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Albert, parents, and brother Clarence
Albert, parents, and brother Clarence
 
 
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ALFRED BERTY COFFMAN
ALFRED BERTY COFFMAN
 
 
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Alfred Taylor Coffman photo
Alfred Taylor Coffman photo
Uploaded by Ancestry user Herwork 
 
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Andrew and Margaret Barry 50th Wedding Anniv
Andrew and Margaret Barry 50th Wedding Anniv
 
 
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Anna Eugenia Story Pankey Hanberry
Anna Eugenia Story Pankey Hanberry
 
 
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Anna Geraldine Horton
Anna Geraldine Horton
 
 
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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" 
 
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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. 
 
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Archie Lee Coffman Jr, 1945
Archie Lee Coffman Jr, 1945
 
 
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Baby Hazel Sachs
Baby Hazel Sachs
Courtesy of Jenny Hardy 
 
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Bacon Brothers
Bacon Brothers
 
 
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Barkley siblings 1917
Barkley siblings 1917
Many kudos to Chris Morris for the Barkley Siblings photograph. Her mom Juanita is the one with the big bow in her hair. Clyde really looks like the Hunt side of the family. Mabel must be the one in front left ; unsure about Edna and Anna, on the two ends. 
 
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Barney Horton Family Portrait
Barney Horton Family Portrait
Ollie A. Horton front with Jesse David Welch in lap of James Horton, Florence Horton Welch standing at right her sister Anna standing at left. 
 
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Ben Franklin Bacon -
Ben Franklin Bacon -
Portrait of Benjamine Franklin Bacon 
 
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Ben Franklin Bacon w/ Second Wife
Ben Franklin Bacon w/ Second Wife
Ben Franklin Bacon, his second wife Anna Bain or Wann, and their son Fred 
 
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Ben Harrison Richmond
Ben Harrison Richmond
 
 
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Benjamin Hiram Kuykendall
Benjamin Hiram Kuykendall
 
 
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Benjamin Hiram Kuykendall in Grand Saline
Benjamin Hiram Kuykendall in Grand Saline
The Grand Saline Sun Section B 
 
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Beulah Pankey Schoolfield
Beulah Pankey Schoolfield
 
 
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Blackburn College
Blackburn College
post card 
 
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Brady Horton - 1956
Brady Horton - 1956
With granddaughter Melanie 
 
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Brothers Hubert and John Coffman
Brothers Hubert and John Coffman
Uploaded by Alice Murphy; identified by Don Baaso 
 
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