this VERY faded picture is from my family, but no one knows who it is. On close inspection you can see a man and a small girl, and over to the left a
This picture of "Isaac H. Waters" shows a young man in a Northern Civil War uniform. Orginally posted as "Matt" I have met with the Rhodes family in Griggsiville and they provided documentation to show this soldier as Isaac H. Waters.
Chaplin School was a one-room school house of native stone. The teacher, Mr. Koch, had this automobile in 1921.
Chaplin School in 1921 was built simply of stone with no running water or electricity, but the teacher had a CAR!
Uncle Jim worked as a grounds-keeper for the 1915 San Francisco World Expo. Cool truck for totin' trees!
My mother's father with his trophies.
Alma Frances Waters attended Teacher's College in 1912 before marrying and settling down on a farm in Adams County
Marshall, Frank & Luci Belle, Will and Amelia at Wilson Ford for early reunion. Check the horses & cars!
Charles, son of Sam Jones Peacock (b. 11/1827)and Elizabeth Ann Frame of North Carolina and Illinois