Bonnie Bryant

AncientFaces Member since May 04, 2015

About: I have been researching my ancestors for about two years, and have gathered quite a bit on some lines, and very little on others. My main search is for the HUGHES - BELTON - FOWLER - SEAMAN - UNDERWOOD - DAY - DILLEY - WATSON - KIDD - MCQUADE lines.

Researching: Ellis, Johnson, Hicks, Powell, Hughes, Watson, Moore, Byrd, Glass, Fowler, Underwood, Burch, Coble, Dilley, Redmond, Mcquade, Seaman, Belton, Turtle, Mcinturf, Curtin, Holbridge, Disbrow, Hazelrigg

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My Grandfather, Edwin John Belton, in World War I. His parents were from Ireland and came to NY in abt. 1866. He became a firefighter in Indiana and married Jennie Josephine Fowler.
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My school days at the same school my mother attended in 1920's. I am the girl in the 2nd row directly to the right of the boy with the sign on front row. My brother, John Belton, is directly to the right of the same boy.
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My Grandmother, Jennie Josephine Fowler, on the right, with a friend.
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A school photo of students at OAK GROVE SCHOOL in Fulton, Mo. around 1917. Some of the students are my aunts and uncles, Garland Hughes, Allen Hughes, Ned Hughes, and one name marked is a Clarence Mirts.
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A picture of my grandfather, the middle one, Edwin John Belton, known as Ebbie and his fellow Fireman in front of a firetruck in Indianapolis INDIANA.
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Edwin John Belton, my Grandfather, taken during World War I.
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Taken in the fall of 1898, a picture of my GGrandfather, Wilford Willis Fowler, schoolteacher, and his barefoot students in front of the Stewart School in Morgan County, Indiana, in the fall of 1898.
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