Alva, Juanita and Hazel Benton, 1930s on the Mountain Fork River, in McCurtain County, Oklahoma. The tree they are standing in front of is a giant cypress. It was one of the largest trees in the world.
Nancy Elizabeth Rhodes Benton with son Albert Austin Benton, daughter, Sarah Jane Benton Kerns, Mack Kerns and grandchildren, Leslie and Zelpha Kerns
1905 photo: from left, Mack Kerns holding Zelpha Kerns, Sarah Jane Benton Kerns, Nancy Elizabeth Rhodes Benton, Albert Austin Benton. Child in front of Nancy and Sarah Jane is Leslie Kerns, oldest son of Mack and Sarah Jane.
Sarah Francis McCullough Benton (1890-1961) in The last of the covered wagons, sholding her baby near Riviera, Texas. She and her family traveled in the Springfield wagon on a trip from Blue Eye, Missouri to South Texas and back to McCurtain County, Oklahoma. The trip lasted three years.
Sarah Jane Benton Kerns 1938
George Mack Roberts and his wife Ida Bell Benton Roberts with their oldest son Roy Roberts
George Washington Benton and Friends
Taken on the return trip from the Rio Grande Valley at Riviera, Texas. The Albert Benton family with their Springfield wagon and team.
From left Juanita, Sarah holding newborn CC, Alva, Hazel, Albert, Gilbert or Tolivar, Phillip, Esco and Hugh. Gilbert or Toliver may be sort of behind Sarah, their mother.
Photo of George Washington Benton and Elizabeth Ema "Eliza" Hanby and infant. The child is either James Benton who died in infancy or Cora Benton, Eliza's only surviving child.