This is a photo of Harold Richardson Newbould added by Jesse Dean Williams on September 22, 2020.
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Mar 17, 1911 - Mar 1, 1989
I would like to know who all these people are. These are the people I know in this photo. The man in the back row far right is my grandfather, Thomas Whitten Bridges. The man in the back row second from left is probably John McFerrin Bridges, who is Thomas' brother. The woman in white second from the left in the front row is Dovie (Dove) Bridges Miller, who is Thomas' sister. The man in the front row second from the right is Dovie's husband Elliot Frank Miller. This photo was probably taken before Thomas was married, I'm guessing around 1905. Dovie and Frank lived in McKenzie Tennessee so I'm guessing that's where this was taken.
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May 30, 1884 - Sep 10, 1967
This is a photo of Crystal Renee (King) Stanton added by Crystal Stanton on September 3, 2020.
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May 1973 - Unknown
Added Sep 3 by: Crystal Stanton
Crystal Stanton
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This is a photo of Harrell J Doty added by Renee Bev on August 20, 2020.
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Apr 17, 1928 - Nov 19, 2005
Added Aug 20 by: Renee Bev
Renee Bev
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This is a photo of Oran Ford Carpenter added by Andy Scott on August 16, 2020.
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Unknown - Unknown
Added Aug 16 by: Andy Scott
Andy Scott
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Walker family gathering, August 1953, Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee.
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1936 - Unknown
This is a photo of Ollie Boyd 1976 Chattanooga TN.
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Jun 22, 1910 - Nov 1, 1986
Added Jul 11 by: Robert Boyd
Robert Boyd
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This is a photo of Debra Kay (Tuck) Sartin added by Debbie Vines on April 5, 2020.
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Sep 28, 1957 - Dec 4, 2004
Added Apr 5 by: Debbie Vines
Debbie Vines
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This is a photo of Hubert Homer Hill Jr added by Tiffany Thennes on March 26, 2020. Hubert Homer Hill Jr in the winter in Chattanooga
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Dec 30, 1930 - Mar 23, 1974
Added Mar 26 by: Tiffany Thennes
Tiffany Thennes
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1961 -- Margaret Jane Walker (Aug. 29, 1870-Dec. 20, 1962).
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Aug 29, 1870 - Dec 20, 1962
Added Nov 24, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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A photo of 1961 Walker Sisters at their loom; Margaret in front; Louisa in back. 1961 -- Last two surviving Walker Sisters: Margaret Jane Walker (Aug. 29, 1870-Dec. 20, 1962); Louisa Susan Walker (Dec. 23, 1882-July 13, 1964).
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Aug 29, 1870 - Dec 20, 1962
Added Nov 24, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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A photo of the Walker Sisters -- Margaret (standing) and Louisa (seated). 1961 -- Last two surviving Walker Sisters: Margaret Jane Walker (Aug. 29, 1870-Dec. 20, 1962); Louisa Susan Walker (Dec. 23, 1882-July 13, 1964). Standing in front of their log cabin.
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Aug 29, 1870 - Dec 20, 1962
Added Nov 24, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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1936 photo of interior of Walker Sisters Log Cabin. Unidentified Walker Sister before fireplace.
Added Nov 23, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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A photo of the Walker Sisters, Little Greenbrier Cove, Smoky Mountains, 1933. Group photo of 5 of the 7 Walker Sisters. From left: Margaret, Polly, Martha, Louisa, Hettie Margaret Jane Walker (Aug. 29, 1870-Dec. 20, 1962); Mary (Polly) Elizabeth Walker (Feb. 6, 1873-June 13, 1945); Martha Ann Walker (July 8, 1877-June 26, 1952); Louisa Susan Walker (Dec. 23, 1882-July 13, 1964); Hettie Rebecca Walker (July 4, 1889-Dec. 24, 1947)
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Feb 6, 1873 - 1945
Added Nov 23, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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A photo of 1918 Walker Sisters with Father and Brother: 1918 Walker Family Front row: John N. Walker (Mar. 3, 1841-April 13, 1921); Margaret Jane Walker (Aug. 29, 1870-Dec. 20, 1962); Mary (Polly) Elizabeth Walker (Feb. 6, 1873-June 13, 1945); Martha Ann Walker (July 8, 1877-June 26, 1952) Second row: Nancy Malinda Walker (Jan. 31, 1881-July 2, 1931); Louisa Susan Walker (Dec. 23, 1882-July 13, 1964); Hettie Rebecca Walker (July 4, 1889-Dec. 24, 1947); Giles Daniel Walker (Oct. 10, 1891-Apr. 18, 1971)
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Oct 10, 1891 - Apr 18, 1971
Added Nov 23, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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A 1909 Group Photo of Walker Sisters, Smoky Mountains. Front row: Margaret Jane Walker (Aug. 29, 1870-Dec. 20, 1962); Louisa Susan Walker (Dec. 23, 1882-July 13, 1964); Mary (Polly) Elizabeth Walker (Feb. 6, 1873-June 13, 1945) Back row: Hettie Rebecca Walker (July 4, 1889-Dec. 24, 1947); Martha Ann Walker (July 8, 1877-June 26, 1952); Nancy Malinda Walker (Jan. 31, 1881-July 2, 1931); Sarah Caroline Walker (Feb. 6, 1886-Feb. 5, 1966)
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Aug 29, 1870 - Dec 20, 1962
Added Nov 23, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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1918 photo of John N. Walker, father of the Walker Sisters, Little Greenbrier Cove, Sevier County, Tennessee (Smoky Mountains). Younger brother of William Wiley Walker.
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Oct 20, 1872 - Unknown
Added Nov 22, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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Walker Sisters ginning cotton in front of the log cabin, Little Greenbrier Cove, Sevier County, Tennessee. Photo from the Library of Congress, 1936. (Daughters of John N. Walker; nieces of William Wiley Walker.) Hettie Rebecca Walker (July 4, 1889-Dec. 24, 1947); Martha Ann Walker (July 8, 1877-June 26, 1952); Louisa Susan Walker (Dec. 23, 1882-July 13, 1964)
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1877 - 1952
Added Nov 22, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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One-room school house in Little Greenbrier Cove, Sevier County, Tennessee
Added Nov 22, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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Originally built at turn of 20th century by Daniel Hill of Union County, Tennessee. Relocated piece by piece by his son William Lee Hill in the mid-30s due to TVA mandate. Occupied by Hill family through 1940s when a new house was constructed on the same property by William Lee and son, Delis James Hill. The structure collapsed and was removed in 1993.
Added Sep 21, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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A photo of Delis Hill - Visit with Dyer in-laws 1952.
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Apr 28, 1926 - Nov 21, 1993
Added Sep 21, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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Delis James Hill with sister-in-law, 15-year old Martha Jane Dyer (Marti), 1952.
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Apr 28, 1926 - Nov 21, 1993
Added Sep 21, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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A photo taken by professional photographer/documentarian Robert Frank in 1955 Tennessee. This photo was included in his book "The Americans." Born in Switzerland in 1924, Robert's family (who was Jewish) lived under the threat from Nazi Germany although they were safe in Switzerland. This early stress colored his view of the world and he turned to photography to express himself. In 1947, he emigrated to New York City and began his career as a fashion photographer. He soon turned to documenting the lives of people around him and traveled extensively, photographing real people and their circumstances. In America, he thought that there was an overemphasis on money and endeavored to show the bleakness and loneliness of the people in his groundbreaking (and controversial) book "The Americans" (Many people thought the photos were too "dark" and diverged too much from the (less gritty) photography of the day.) Frank went on to become a celebrated photographer and moved on to filmmaking (including a documentary on the Rolling Stones) although he returned to photography in the 1970s. Married twice, he was predeceased by both his son and daughter. He died in Nova Scotia Canada at the age of 94.
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Nov 9, 1924 - Sep 9, 2019
Added Sep 12, 2019 by: Kathy Pinna
Kathy Pinna
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Found in an antique store. Handwritten note attached - "Mrs. Hattie Faulkner Key [sic] oldest daughter of Aunt Emma". Note the little golden bits attached to her throat and finger to look like jewelry. At first I thought they were debris and almost tried to scrape them off.
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Nov 23, 1867 - Aug 3, 1946
Added Aug 17, 2019 by: Roxy Triebel
Roxy Triebel
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Scratched tintype photo found at an antique store. Handwritten on back of paper frame: "John Carroll uncle of Charlotte Frances Winn Carroll m. Evans". CLAIMED - this photo has been returned to family members.
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Apr 7, 1821 - Apr 7, 1882
Added Aug 17, 2019 by: Roxy Triebel
Roxy Triebel
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A photo of Shirley Ann (Ricker) Emert - My maternal grandmother
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Sep 17, 1935 - Sep 12, 1994
Added May 11, 2019 by: Stephanie Fiebke
Stephanie Fiebke
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A photo of Gaylord Holmes. From antique mall: Labeled "Gaylurd" or maybe "Gaylord" Holmes. Holmes is clear
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Apr 23, 2019 by: Diane B
Diane B
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A photo of Horace M. Emert with his hunting dogs on Sevier Ave across the street from Kings Grocery Store.
Added Apr 5, 2019 by: Cynthia Willoughby
Cynthia Willoughby
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A photo of Pvt Ernest E. Goldsby who died of pneumonia in France 10 days before the Armistice ending the Great War. He was from McKenzie, Tennessee. 1892 -- 1918
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1892 - 1918
Added Apr 2, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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The best playground was an abandoned factory circa 1950s. This shows two kids posing on an abandoned bulldozer in front of the smokestacks of the DuPont Old Hickory Gunpowder Plant, the largest smokeless powder plant in the world. It ceased operation in early 1919. DuPont returned in 1928 and manufactured Reemay, Rayon, and Cellophane.
Added Mar 28, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of Norman Mason Day (shown here with his wife) was born in White County, Tennessee in 1897. He never boarded a ship to the Great War. He died of pericarditis in 1918 in Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia Never got 'Over There.'
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1897 - 1918
Added Mar 27, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of William Wiley Walker
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Sep 2, 1868 - Feb 5, 1925
Added Mar 20, 2019 by: Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill
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A photo of four generations of the Landon Family: L to R. Louise (Priest) Landon, Louisa (Landon) Jeans. diapered Elizabeth Jeans, and lastly granny-great, Eddie (McCall) Priest.
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Mar 15, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A young boy, Wiley Oakley, Jr., a guide in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, playing a banjo. Author, mountain guide and naturalist. 1942 July 25 Gatlinburg (Tenn.)
People in this photo:
Unknown - Unknown
Added Mar 13, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Looking to increase is growing area, this old farmer is digging out a tree stump the old fashioned way. Farmer digging out a stump
Added Mar 12, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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A photo of mountain men squaring off a railroad tie. Eastern Tennessee, c. 1940, these men are working to manually turn a tree into a railroad tie.
Added Mar 12, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Tuckered out Mom at the Tennessee State Fair. Strollers have more than one use.
Added Mar 12, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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1939 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, this unknown woman is working on a rug.
Added Mar 10, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Mountain woman using a spinning wheel to spin yarn, near Spencer, Van Buren County, Tennessee. The Old Fashioned Way 1939 September 2
Added Mar 10, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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Photo studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Studio portrait of unidentified child in dress and high top shoes posed in chair. To identify gender, I've been told that boys had their hair parted on the side and girls had it parted in the middle. Young child posed in dress
Added Mar 3, 2019 by: Gaye Thomas
Gaye Thomas
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