C. W. Hayward was a streetcar conductor on the line that ran from Embarcadero to the famous Sutro Baths, the famous Cliff House Restaurant, and the Seal Rocks, and back again. C. W. Hayward was a relative of the Ambassador to Japan, Charles Egbert DeLong.
L-R(Top)James Paul, Louvinnia, Sarah, Estus holding Nell, Lizzie (Reeves), Phillip, and Bennon "Happy" Robertson.
(Middle Row)Davis holding Byron Odell "Bo", Elizabeth Anne, Mary D., Heber Leroy, and Ina Robertson, Walter Breakfield, Ervin Buckley holding Eda Bee, and Lula Robertson Buckley.
(Bottom Row)Eddis Leone and William Scott Robertson, Hillary Buckley, Elmira "Myra" Robertson, Marcelle Buckley, Haughty Lee Buckley.
This photo was taken at The Davis Robertson farm in Goss, Mississippi in August 1916. It was a family reunion celebrating Myra's 52nd Birthday. Her husband, Scott, was born in 1861.
This scan of an 1850's Dagguereotype shows an incredibly beautiful young woman, early twenties perhaps, obviously married (ring on left hand) sitting next to a skirted table and sitting upon a Gothic side chair and holding another Daguerreotype of her husband (?)also in her left hand. Her clothes date to 1850-1855. Embossed in the right hand diagonal corner is the name "CHRISTOFLE". Perhaps the photographer or the studio? Surely someone out there recognizes this extraordinary beauty from other photos!
Albert Carroll Cheatham, Jr. and Lucy Rosemary Robertson elope to Dallas, Texas from their homes in Shreveport, La. July 31, 1940. This photo was taken shortly before the ceremony.
This graduation portrait of Lucy Rosemary Robertson was taken in the rose garden of her home in Sicily Island, La. June 2, 1934. She was 16 years old. Her mother had hand-sewn the white voile dress for the occasion.
Handsome Robert A. Williams, 3 time Mayor of Ripley, Tn., son of David and Elvyann Williams, an attorney, state legislator, co-founder of Lauderdale Enterprise, founder of Lauderdale County Bank, delegate to Chicago National Convention, Pres. Board of Education, husband of Emily E. Pitts, father of 7. Died age 50 of typhoid.
Albertha Williams Martin (Cheatham) and her soon-to-be-sister-in-law, Mrs. William Cheatham modeling the latest 1910 fashions in this hand-tinted family photograph taken in Memphis, Tennessee, Easter 1910
This is a photograph of a 20-something year-old George L. Baker of Columbia, NY. The photograph was taken by Derendorf Photographers of Herkimer, NY. It was discovered among family things in Marietta, Georgia in 2002, and we would like to return it to its rightful family. It was signed by Mr. Baker on the back with the date.
Albert Carroll Cheatham and his brother William Cheatham waiting on the train to take them to Memphis, in 1919 from Blytheville, Arkansas
John Thomas Blythe II,one of 10 children of John Blythe, Esquire, and Mary Chapman of Virginia. They relocated in 1822 to Henry Co., Tenn.)Husband of Elizabeth Cobb, also of Southhampton, Va. The family eventually moved to Arkansas where J.T.II's brother Henry Thomas was instrumental in the founding of Blytheville, and the first Methodist Church at Blythe's Chapel. This photograph was marked J.T.Blythe, Fulton, Ky.