Scott County, Tennessee
Picture Help

This page was updated 06 Sep 2008


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31

Identified!

Lonus Reed killed in action October 08, 1918 France, was brought back to Scott Co., TN for burial 1920 at Black Creek Crossroads Cemetery, Scott County, Tennessee. Son of Wiley Reed and Savaria Jane "Sophie" Ellis

courtesy of Tom Burdette and Jean Brand

32 The older man is William Alexander Hughett (1836-1910). Who are the others?

Email Dana Burke with your answer (03/02)

33 This photo was found in my Dad's photo box. Does anyone know who she is?

Email Dorothy Young Campbell with your answer (03/02)

34 This photo was found in my Dad's photos. The man on the right is my Dad,
Harry D. Young, but does anyone know who the man or the baby on the left?

Email Dorothy Young Campbell with your answer (03/02)

35 This photo is from my grandmother's collection. Cordelia Kennedy Lowe. I have no clue as to who they may be. Please let me know if you have any ideas.

Email Becky Ellis with your answer (03/02)

36

Identified!

Cora Reed, Ada Reed, and Daley Reed (thanks to Jeanenne Hamilton Stewart and her mother) (03/04)

Myra Marcum asked for identification (03/02)

37 Picture was taken in Scott Co, TN between 1906 and 1915.  Rachel York is second from left, first row and Louis York is second from right, back row.  Who are the rest?

Email Susie Cross Shouse with your answer (05/02)

38 photo38.jpg (73167 bytes) Found this old photo in my grandfather's house and am interested in identifying it.  I do not know anything about it. Any help would be appreciated.

Email Carla Sexton-Amick with your answer (09/02)

39 photo39.jpg (74829 bytes) Found this old photo in my grandfather's house and am interested in identifying it.  I do not know anything about it. Any help would be appreciated.

Email Carla Sexton-Amick with your answer (09/02)

40 photo40.jpg (55461 bytes) Found this old photo in my grandfather's house and am interested in identifying it.  I do not know anything about it. Any help would be appreciated.

Email Carla Sexton-Amick with your answer (09/02)


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