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Hazlet Family-1925 in Colorado
Hazlet Family-1925 in Colorado
Back: George Starks, Minnie H. Bright, Doc Bright, Mary McCutchan Hazlet, Florence H., Ruby H. Chastain, Keith Wiesley, Wm Hugh H.
In front: Brady Horton holding Don Horton, Ida H. Horton, Cuba Hayes Hazlet holding Maryann Hazlet, Bill H., Georgia Lou Starks holding her sister Jeanne, Vere Wiesley, Ruey H. Wiesley.
Mary McCutchan Hazlet and Wm Hugh Hazlet are the parents. People with the surname initial H. are Mary & Wm's children. I have to guess that Fanny H. Starks took the photo, because her husband and children are in it without her. 
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Helen Coffman 1940
Helen Coffman 1940
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Hutcheson Brothers
Hutcheson Brothers
Leader Travis (Lee), Thomas, and Campbell 
 
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Hutcheson Family 1901
Hutcheson Family 1901
Flavius Josephus (Joe) Hutcheson married his second wife, Tennie Welch, at about this time, so this gathering may have been for their wedding. He's near the center of the photograph, seated, with his hand on a cane. This photo includes 5 of his 8 children who survived infancy, about 20 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. See the annotated photo in Flavius Josephus Hutcheson's profile for the names of each person in the picture. 
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Hutcheson Family 1901Annotated
Hutcheson Family 1901Annotated
The 1901 Hutcheson Family Reunion with names. See Flavius Josephus (Joe) Hutcheson's profile for the original photo. Five of Joe Hutcheson's eight children who grew to adulthood are present. My grandmother, Edith Hutcheson, is in the front, near her parents. Note that Nancy (Nanny) Hutcheson married a cousin, Mack Hutcheson. Thomas Alfred Hutcheson married a cousin, too, though his wife, Mamie Kuykendall, is not in the picture. Also, John Byron Rankin is Martha Melcina (Hutcheson) Pankey's son by her first marriage. His father died when he was 2. John Byron Rankin is the only great-grandchild of Joe Hutcheson at this point. - Robin Richmond 
 
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Hutcheson Family Bible record
Hutcheson Family Bible record
 
 
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Hutcheson Reunion Photo 1901  Back
Hutcheson Reunion Photo 1901 Back
The back of the Hutcheson 1901 Reunion photo, with some names written in an unknown hand, and some written by my grandmother, Edith Hutcheson RIchmond. A distant cousin whom I met through Ancestry.com, Gloria Robertson, had a copy of the original photo with different lighting effects, but she had an exact duplicate of the writing on the back. - Robin Richmond 
 
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Hutcheson Siblings-1939
Hutcheson Siblings-1939
1939 hand colored photo of: top L to R: John, Katie, L.T. Jr. Bottom: Mary, Mattie, Fannie, Edith (Thanks to Don Baaso) 
 
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Hutcheson-LT-Family-1911
Hutcheson-LT-Family-1911
L.T.'s first wife Olive had died in 1908, and the new wife was known as Miss Alma. L.T.'s children very much disliked her. Fannie's son Oliver Coffman was born in 1910. 
 
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IceCoveredLighthouse.jpg
IceCoveredLighthouse.jpg
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Ida At Harding
Ida At Harding
Photo of Ida Horton at age 99, with two Harding College students, after she gave an inspirational college chapel speech that touched on her life, including her time at Harper College, one of Harding University's predecessor colleges. 
 
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Ida Hazlet
Ida Hazlet
 
 
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Ida-bluebonnets
Ida-bluebonnets
She loved to go see and touch the bluebonnets 
 
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Isaac Richmond
Isaac Richmond
 
 
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Isaac Washington Richmond
Isaac Washington Richmond
 
 
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Jacob Rogers Richmond c. 1880
Jacob Rogers Richmond c. 1880
 
 
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Jacob&Lizzie-cropped-1922
Jacob&Lizzie-cropped-1922
On the porch of their first house in town 
 
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James Arthur Horton and Wife Early years
James Arthur Horton and Wife Early years
 
 
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James Arthur Horton and Wife Later Years
James Arthur Horton and Wife Later Years
 
 
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James David Moyers
James David Moyers
 
 
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James Madison Sr
James Madison Sr
Father of the president; originally uploaded to Ancestry.com by Millers1506 
 
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James Murphy and Elizabeth Swallows wedding
James Murphy and Elizabeth Swallows wedding
Shared by their daughter-in-law Alice Holliman Murphy 
 
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James S Pankey Family
James S Pankey Family
Standing in rear, daughters Birdie, left, and Beulah, right; son, Benton, standing in front of James S. Pankey; daughter, Anna, standing in center beside wife, "Cena" (Melcina Hutcheson). Posted on Ancestry.com by ELLANGTREE 
 
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JamesKeeblerCemeteryHeadstones.jpg
JamesKeeblerCemeteryHeadstones.jpg
 
 
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Jeff & Jennie
Jeff & Jennie
Thomas Jefferson (Jeff) Horton and Virginia Caroline (Jennie) Horton, and their granddaughter, Viera Horton, in August, 1928 
 
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Jeff & Jennie Horton with children and grandchildren
Jeff & Jennie Horton with children and grandchildren
This is the entire family(!), taken in 1933 in Quanah, Texas. From Jennie and Jeff Horton are seated in the middle.
In the back, on the left side, are Gene, Foy, and Ernestine Horton, Van Beckett (barely visible), Clarence Horton, Oris Reagan, Nell Becknell Horton, Ernest Horton (with no jacket or vest), and Brady Horton.
Standing in front of them: Peggy Horton (not yet Beckett), Vivian Lundy Horton, Viera Horton Regan, and Ida Hazlet Horton.
The children are Francis Horton, Ty Horton (in Jennies lap), Virginia Reagan, Valle Horton (standing), Wanda Horton, and Don Horton.

From Ida Horton's photo collection.

Frances, Ty, and Valle are still alive in 2017. 
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Jeff Horton in Don's Uniform
Jeff Horton in Don's Uniform
Jeff Horton wearing his Grandson Don's WWII Army uniform 
 
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Joe Robin Richmond
Joe Robin Richmond
Joe Robin was severely mentally and physically handicapped, never achieving mental capacity beyond that of an infant, or physical development beyond that of a toddler. He lived at home his entire life. 
 
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