Family Album and Photos
The Perkins Family
Submitted by Jimmy W. Perkins

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Photo Set #1  |  Photo Set#2  |  Photo Set#3
Photo Set#4  |  Photo Set#5  |  Photo Set #6
Photo Set#7  |  Photo Set#8 |  Photo Set#9


William Perkins Tombstone

Wm Perkins Tombstone
Squire Perkins Tombstone
Squire Perkins Tombstone
Simon Snyder Tombstone
Simon Snyder Tombstone
Cintha Stanfill Perkins Tombstone
Cintha Stanfill Perkins Tombstone

Note: Squire Perkins' stone has "Murdered by the rebels..." as does Simon Snyder (his brother in law) along with a friend, Clint Roe. They were killed in "Cherry Bottom" in south Campbell County near Coal Creek what is now Lake City, by a firing squad of confederate soldiers, accused of "bushwacking".

Wm. Perkins, Squire's father, went and took him and Simon Snyder and I'm sure Clint Roe back to Jellico and reburied them. They are buried in "Jellioco Cemetery".

The stones have the proof and dates on them but are a little difficult to read. William Perkins was the son of Rev Peter Perkins. Cintha Stanfil Perkins was the daughter of Samson Stanfil.


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