NancyLee Garrett

AncientFaces Member since Dec 22, 2002

About: Researching the following surnames in my birth family: Bell, Cox, Doty, Robinson, Smith, Sutton. Researching the following surnames in my adoptive family: Harmon, Feasel, Leffew, Taylor. Researching the following surnames based on first marriage: Brucker, Sweet. Researching the following surnames based on second marriage: Booker, Clausell, Garrett.

Researching: Garrett, Taylor, Sutton, Doty, Leffew, Booker

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Raymond Garrett II, Raymond Garrett Sr. and Raymond Garrett III pose at the Pope High School graduation ceremony. Raymond III went on to study at Tulane...
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Photo taken on the day of Robin's baby shower shows Robin Brucker Williams (daughter of Kathleen Beard Brucker and Dennis Brucker), the "grandmother to be"...
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Jovan Martin, daughter of Tia Garrett Thomas and Wayne Martin, celebrates her high school graduation with her uncle, Kevin A.J. Garrett, then of Alpharetta,...
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Tia Jenine Garrett is shown in an evening gown at a social event in Detroit. Tia is the daughter of Raymond A. Garrett, Sr. and Marlene A. Garrett.
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Kevin is shown engaged in his favorite pastime and wearing his favorite color... He is throwing the football to his nephew, Macorus Garrett, who is outside...
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Kristen Brucker posing with son, Jordan Douglas, and daughter, Madison Marie, on Easter Sunday.
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Raymond, Nancy and Kevin Garrett prior to leaving for church on Easter Sunday.
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This family photo of one of central Indiana's early pioneer families appears to have been taken in the summer of 1892. Identifications in the photo may...
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This photo of three generations of Raymond A. Garretts was taken at the graduation of Raymond A. Garrett III from Pope High School, Cobb County, Georgia....
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Gertrude Brucker Furzland and Gustave Heyser are pictured in the Branch Store of the M. Brucker Foundry, which was located at 806 N. Wells in Chicago....
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NancyLee's Discussion Posts

NancyLee Garrett Thank you for identifying the driver! This is such a great old photo:)
Jun 05, 2012 · posted to the photo M. Brucker Foundry Delivery Wagon
NancyLee Garrett I obtained this photo from another family researcher. I scanned the photo in and posted it on Ancient Faces. I haven't been actively doing geneaology research for a while, so I have missed responding to a few emails.
Feb 26, 2010 · posted to the photo Doty Family, Johnson County, IN
NancyLee Garrett I am directionally challenged! The photo of the single man at the LEFT may be Leonard Leffew. The photo of the two men is at the right! And in the photo on the right, I am guessing the man at the right may be Charlie Jones.
Sep 22, 2009 · posted to the photo Picture book page 1
NancyLee Garrett I believe that the man at the right is Leonard Leffew. The photo on the left is more puzzling. I am guessing that in the photo of the two men, the one on the right might be Charles Jones (husband of Leonard's sister Ethel). That is definitely a "guess" though.
Sep 22, 2009 · posted to the photo Picture book page 1
NancyLee Garrett My late cousin Scott is correct that Leonard Leffew is not buried alongside his first wife, Ethel Riley Leffew. I do not have information on his burial location, but believe he is buried next to his second wife. Nancy Lee Garrett (niece)
Dec 25, 2006 · posted to the photo LEONARD LEFFEW STONE AT ANDERSON CEMETERY
NancyLee Garrett I have no record of any of my ancestors marrying someone with the surname Crain. Sorry.
Mar 29, 2006 · posted to the photo Doty Family in 1892, Johnson County, Indiana
NancyLee Garrett To provide a little more history - Andrew was employed as a hod carrier at Indianapolis. He died on the day after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor - which happened to be the birthday of his daughter, Grace. Parlee's obituary in the Indianapolis Star is one her descendants can take pride in. The piece speaks of her courage in the face of Tennessee River floods, her ability to "teach herself" in a period when girls did not advance very far in schooling and her wonderful contributions as a practical nurse, bringing babies into the world in the mountains of western Tennessee. She lived with my parents - her youngest daughter and son-in-law (Myrtle and Floyd Feasel) - for nearly the first decade of my life. She was my grandmother, guardian angel and the person who taught me to read before I ever entered school. She has always been an inspiration in my life and was a true American pioneer. Your cousin, Nancy Lee Garrett
Feb 18, 2005 · posted to the photo ANDREW & PARLEE LEFFEW GRAVE STONE
NancyLee Garrett Scott, I love this photo! I am just a little older than your "Uncle Tony". I've never seen this photo, but it's a wonderful one. Your Cousin, Nancy Lee Garrett
Feb 18, 2005 · posted to the photo BUSH FAMILY -GROUP PICTURE
NancyLee Garrett I've studied this photo, and other than your great-grandparents, I don't recognize anyone either. Nancy Lee Garrett
Feb 18, 2005 · posted to the photo Group Photo
NancyLee Garrett You are correct that Ethel Riley Leffew is the woman on the far left. I do not recognize any of the other people in the photo. The background is similar to other family photos I've seen taken in Indianapolis. Nancy Lee Garrett
Feb 18, 2005 · posted to the photo Leffew girls
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