Marriage Certificate for my 1C1R Jack Harold Ellis & Loretta M. Schweigert.
My great grandmother, Sarafina "Fina" Blas~Blas, b. 8 Sept 1879 in Borenquen, Puerto Rico. We have no further information on her at this time.
Rev. John Allen Ellis of Coker Creek, Tennessee with his family. Back row, left to right; Zeke, Zack, Ben, Ora Lee (my grandmother). Front row, left to right; Phoebe, Rev. John, Renie, Arthur. Arthur went by Ellis, but was a Winkler from Cordelia's first marriage.
Lucinda Cordelia Kilby, better known as Cordelia "Cordie" or "Dulcy" (Kilby) Ellis was the 12th, and youngest, child born to Adam and Malinda (Wilson) Kilby on 28 March 1865 in Rabun Co., GA. She was married to the Rev. John Allen Ellis of Coker Creek, Monroe, TN.
This is a photograph of my great grandparents, James Alfred Spivey, son of Adniram & Evaline (Souther) Spivey, and his wife, Mary Elizabeth Rhea, daughter of William M. and Margaret Jane (Smalling) Rhea. He was the 8th child, and she was oldest in her family. The Spivey's were from GA, NC and TN, the Rhea's settled in Monroe Co., TN., before migrating to Baker County, OR in 1920.
Claude Raymond Spivey, my father, 29 years of age, served his time in the service with the Army/Air Force. While serving he was the main Cook, as well as working with the Radar Units when called upon to do so. During his time in service he spent time in different parts of California, to include Baha California, Camp Roberts, and also the Trinidad Islands before making his way to the Island of Puerto Rico, at Ramey Air Force Base, the island he met his future wife after his discharge from the Army.