Bill Leonard 1913-1951

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A photo of Bill Leonard with his pet pony.
Around 1918 in Calhoun County, Florida.
Bill married Alice Louise Foster.
Date & Place: in Calhoun County, Florida United States
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Updated Jan 19, 2016

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Comments

Jim Fry
William Leonard
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Maggie Davis
This one is perfect.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Cynthia Aguilar
this is such a cool photo
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Sharon Rogers
❤️❤️
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Peggy Guy
He died so young.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Teresa Ann-Cass O'Connor
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THERE IS NO TECHNOLOGY----YOU BECOME ONE WITH NATURE-----AND YOUR HORSE WANTS TO SIT WITH YOU----LOL----
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Amber Fuller
Melisa Sway any relation?
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Melisa Sway
Weird. Very weird. Not to my knowledge but then again so much information has been lost
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Melisa Sway
Sean Leonard as we are talking your cousin Amber sent this too me. Do I believe in signs? Why yes yes I Do.
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Judy Meadows
Sweet
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Becky Kelly
Love this.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Dawn Nickelson Winkle
So sweet
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Julie Vallance
magical
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Beatrice Ingle Mathew
Love it
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Diane Orrvar Stone
I have a picture of my dad & his sister ..on a horse..in 1913 also
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Mary Goodall
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He didn't live very long.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Joanne Latham Jacobellis
My grandfather was born in 1912 and died at the age of 31 from pneumonia. I asked my mom about it and she said a lot of relatively younger people died back then. She said penicillin wasn't even widely used.
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Mary Goodall
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My Father was born in 1912. In Coatbridge , Scotland. He died in 1963.
Jan 20, 2016 ·
Sue White
Who is he?
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
James Carey Yates
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William Council "Bill" Leonard 1913-1951.
Jan 31, 2016 ·
Cindi Krell Sitte
I love this picture. It puts so much in my mind. I can almost hear Mama pushing open the screen door and saying, "Child get that horse off my front steps." Great picture.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Norma Cardoza
LOVE the pic. .Just love old pictures. ..
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
PeggySue Davis
I love any old pictures. Everything has changed so much.
Jan 20, 2016 ·
Norma Cardoza
Yes they have. .some Times I wish to be back in the old days. .some times the 40th,50,60,....Dreaming Lol...😊
Jan 20, 2016 ·
Teresa Regenold
Does it come inside?
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Virginia Pyle
This reminds me of the story my Mom told me....of when she was a young girl,she would watch for the Milkman coming down her street. The wagon was pulled by a horse,and this horse took a liking to Mom. He would look for her ,and when she was out,would climb the front steps ,to be near her,much to the dislike of the Milkman! It was a great memory for Mom,in her later years
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Darcy Maloney
Write it down!!!
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Anthony Gambacort
used to get up early to go feed a carrot to the horse and that was in '58-'59
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Joseph Patrick Smith
Why was his life so short?
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Ree Young
38 years old was still fairly young even for back then when a man born in 1913 had a life expectancy of 50. Could have been an accident or any number of diseases. My maternal grandfather died in 1920 of pneumonia, and he was 54.
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Shellie Manley
Love it!
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Kegan Mahon
This horse was the last surviving MRE of WWI
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Jan Mortimer
This is a pony & would have been too old to be in WW2. There were other horses that survived.
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Kegan Mahon
I said WWI, though :)
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Elizabeth Salyers
lol
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Kegan Mahon
Somebody picked up on it :D
Jan 19, 2016 ·
Barry Ray
Jan Mortimer
Jan 20, 2016 ·
Terri Allen
Nice picture.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Jan Mortimer
I love this.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Joseph Schwartz
My designated driver
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Amy Jo Craig
Melissa Sears
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Jason McGraw
saweet.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Marty Neely
I didn't know horses did this.
Jan 19, 2016 · Reply
Kitty Von Katt
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Carol Strube
Love this picture.
Jan 20, 2016 · Reply
Ineke Dekker
Mooi plaatje !!! .
Jan 20, 2016 · Reply
Tim Williams
Sarah, reminds me of your Dad when he was teenager. Ask him about Gypsy.
Jan 20, 2016 · Reply
Rosa Maria Garcia
Como me gustan éstas fotografias
Jan 20, 2016 · Reply
Pamela Estep
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I love that picture..
Jan 23, 2016 · Reply
James Thompson
What did he die of? He was only 38.
Jan 28, 2016 · Reply
James Carey Yates
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Bill Leonard and my father, Carey Yates, were working on a farm that they jointly owned, when Bill collapsed from a heart attack. He died while my father was rushing him to town. Bill's father, Henry C. Leonard, died at age 47(pic below). Bill was my mother's 1st cousin.
Jan 31, 2016 ·
Julie Bell
Pony?!
Jan 29, 2016 · Reply
James Carey Yates
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Yes, definitely a pony.
Jan 31, 2016 ·
Paula Winters Leslie
A boy & his horse - so sweet.
Feb 03, 2016 · Reply
Donna Pampalone
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A treasure caught in time!
Feb 21, 2016 · Reply
Diane Elizabeth
Delightful friendship !
May 04, 2016 · Reply
James Carey Yates
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Attention Cliff
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