Scott County, Tennessee
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11

Identified

L-R:   Mrs. Byrd, Junior Byrd, and Leona Byrd.

Email Carla Robertson with your answer (03/00)

12

Identified!

#1 = is Epolete Silcox, Sr., #2 = Jake Silcox,
#3 = Mary Boshears Silcox, #4 = Polete Silcox,
#5 = Clyde Silcox, #6 = ?Pearl Byrd?,
#7 = Etti Mae Silcox, #8 = Perna Silcox

Email Carla Robertson with your answer (03/00

13

Identified!

Hezikiah Burchfield and second wife, Samantha Tabbitha Crabtree, and son, Mack Burchfield.

Carla Robertson (03/00)

14 Can anyone help identify this man? I believe him to be Moses Sexton of Scott County, but I am not positive.

Email Emery Sexton with your answer (04/00)

15 This photo of a soldier was found after my grandmothers death. He maybe a Trammell, Duncan, Wilson, or Chitwood. On the back it says, "Bettie Wilson Give my best of all Earl".  Any ideas?

Email Rosemary Green with your answer (04/00)

16 MELFORD SEXTON (1851-1963) wife ARTIMESIA ANDERSON (1851-1937) of Wayne Co, KY. Son of AARON SEXTON of Scott Co, TN. I think the back row from l - r is: Martha, Leo, John and SHERMAN (my GF). I am not certain about the three on the left in the front row.

Email Emery Sexton with your answer (04/00)

17

Identified!

William Riley Hatfield and Elizabeth Burke Hatfield

Becky  (06/00)

18 Believe the picture was taken in the Paint Rock area of Scott County.

Email Claude Cheatham with your answer (07/00)

19 Believe the picture was taken in the Paint Rock area of Scott County.

Email Claude Cheatham with your answer (07/00)

20 Written on back, "New River, Aug. 16th, 1902. Misses Re. [Rebecca?] Sanborn & Ruth Harvey." Neither family appears in indexes for the Sanderson or the Smith books on Scott Co. Perhaps they were local, or maybe they were visiting the Keen family from nearby or far away. Nice early 20th Century photo. It would be interesting to know about these ladies AND the part of the New River Lbr Co.'s log boom (shown empty here) on the river where they are amusing themselves. The Log Boom was built where Brimstone Creek empties into New River above where the New River Lumber Co. band mill was located.

Email George Zepp with your answer (09/00)


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