A photo of Ernest and Bill Champion
Mary Jane Moore and Sallie Frances Bessie Spruiell in front of the Union State Bank, Pell City, Alabama
An unknown man and J P (John Preston or John Prestley) Moseley near Owensboro Kentucky in 1912.
Louvinia Iglehart Moseley with x on chest, her grand-daughter Vergie Louise Childress Lindsey in front on right edge.
Shortly after 1912 in Daviess County, Kentucky, USA. The other people in this photo are not identified.
Whites Gap Singing School at Whites Gap Baptist Church, just east of Jacksonville, Calhoun County, Alabama in 1913.
Addie and Joe Shell recently married. She was Addie Nighton. They were apparently not married very long. His family had lived near Jacksonville, Calhoun County, Alabama when he was quite young, but later moved to Pell City, St Clair County, Alabama and later to Sylacauga, Talladega County, Alabama.
Bill Shell, Otto Forsythe, Annie Champion, Ralph Griffith May 1919. Bill Shell and Annie Champion were first cousins. His father Macon Shell and her mother Mary Shell Champion were brother and sister. They lived in Pell City, Alabama.
The stout woman in this photo is Dovil Rebecca Crow 1889-1940.
She was the daughter of John Henry Crow and his wife Martha Jane Shell Crow. Dovil Crow was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee where she lived until the early 1900's when her father died and her mother and she moved to Lincoln, Talladega County, Alabama. Her mother later remarried to Henry Glidewell. Dovil Crow was married to N. Marshall Moon in about 1910 and they lived together for a while before he left her and seems to have wound up in Texas later. Henry & Martha Glidewell and Dovil Crow (Moon) later moved to the cotton mill village at Pell City where they remained the rest of their lives. They are all buried at Blue Eye Cemetery at Lincoln, Talladega County, Alabama.