This is one of the tin types I would like to know which side of the family, Shaddox, Barnhill, Ivey, or Taylor side.
This is the photo of my Great Grandmother Annie Cerene (Shaddox) Reynolds, Hale, Hambrick. I have compared her facial features to the women in the tin types posted here to try and determine if they belong to her family or if they belong to my other great grandmother Mary Eliza Glasscock's family. It appears that the features blend more with Annie and her mother Sarah Malvina Barnhill Shaddox.
I can't be certain if this is G. W. Glasscock and Eleanore Ruddick Glasscocks or one or the others' parents.
On the back of this photo of Mary Eliza Glasscock Taylor's someone wrote "Grandma Taylor's mother and father ? Glasscox. There is no way of knowing. I think the photo was taken around 1870 and that would make them too old for her parents. Could this possibly be her grandparents. John Glasscock (b. 1805) and Sarah Stringfield (b. 1809)
This is the missing line of my Glasscock side. Any information would be helpful. James T. and Hattie's children were Wallace and Lena.
Taken the year my grandmother Sarah LuElendor Taylor received her teaching certificate.
This photo includes my grandmother's family. Parents, Jasper Gibbs Taylor, Mary Eliza Glasscocks Taylor, and their children: Harry E., Sarah LuElendor, Naomi Earl, Alma Vernal, Ocie Belle, and the twins Bill and Millie. Also, I suspect that Mary Eliza's parents are standing close to her in this photo. They are George Washington Glasscock and Eleanor Ruddick Glasscock. I can't be certain. I would like to identify other's in this picture. My great grandfather, Jasper Gibbs is the tall man on the right with his hand in his pocket. Any help identifying those in this picture would be greatly appreciated. Contact me at email@example.com