Before the Pates moved to McKenzie, TN, they lived in this area for over 50 years. Many Pates stayed behind in Gibson and some are buried here.
Stephen Sweeney (Swinea) Pate (1799-1887). This was probably taken in the 1850's.
Bottom row: Philip Campbell and daughter Susan (Puss). Back row Ann and Ethelburt Campbell around 1860-62.
front row left to right - Nancy Lydia Rachel Browning Crossett (b. 1875), Louella Rebecca Crossett (b. 1913), David Boyd Crossett (b. 1854). back row from left - Joe Martin (b.1906), Richard Franklin (b. 1899), Annie May (b. 1903), George Homer (b. 1901), Hafford Paralea (b. 1897), Clyde Lelon (b. 1893), Andrew David (b. 1910).
James Alexander Campbell (lower left); Hannah Elizabeth Kelly Campbell (center) Left of Betty is probably William Garland Campbell. Right of Betty is Amanda Campbell. Man with mustache is John Johnson, husband of Susan Lela Campbell. Children left to right are probably Sula, Othar Strawl, Carrie, Sam, Julia Johnson.
PFC Paul Campbell on leave from Fort Benning rides a longhorn in Birmingham before deployment in Europe.
left to right James Alexander Campbell, Othar Strawl Campbell, Hannah Elizabeth Kelly Campbell
Stephen Sweeney (Swinea) Pate moved from Richmond County North Carolina (near present-day town of Gibson) to McKenzie, Tennessee in the 1820's. His father Stephen Pate followed him a few years later.