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Marshall, Rosa Bell Grave stone
Marshall, Rosa Bell Grave stone
 
 
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Marshall, Roy Glenn
Marshall, Roy Glenn
Gravestone of Roy Glenn marshall 
 
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Marshall, Sam & Evelyn & Family
Marshall, Sam & Evelyn & Family

Front Left - Stuart Marshall - Killed in an automobile accident on February 14, 1975 behind Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. He was 18 years old.

Front Right - Natalie Marshall, Stuart's sister, Donald and Sue's children.

Behind them - John Marshall, Vickie Sue Lewis Marshall, Donald Marshall. Sue died of a stroke on December 12, 1982. She and Stuart are buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Sumter, South Carolina.

Behind them - Ruth (Hyder) Marshall and Evelyn (Wray) and Sam Marshall, Sr., and Deanna (Marshall) Soles

Back Row - Sam Marshall, Jr., David Marshall, Sr. (Me), and Jason Soles (Behind Deanna).


This picture was taken in 1961 in our grandparents (Clyde & Parry Wray) front yard on pine Street in Mt. Airy, North Carolina. It was our grandparent's 50th wedding anniversary.
 
 
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Marshall, Samuel Edward - Death Certificate
Marshall, Samuel Edward - Death Certificate
Death Certificate for Samuel Edward Marshall 
 
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Marshall, Samuel Edward - Postmaster Appointment
Marshall, Samuel Edward - Postmaster Appointment
PAPERS OF THE U.S. SENATE RELATING
TO PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS,
1901-1946

Samuel Edward Marshall appears on page 40 as Postmaster, Mt Airy, North Carolina 
 
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Marshall, Sarah Catherine and her husband William Hawks
Marshall, Sarah Catherine and her husband William Hawks
 
 
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Marshall, Sherman Cornett
Marshall, Sherman Cornett
 
 
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Marshall, Sidney Daniel
Marshall, Sidney Daniel
This was supposed to have been at a church gathering. I am not sure if he was holding up a Bible or the new Church hymnal.  
 
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Marshall, Stuart
Marshall, Stuart
I am not sure when this picture was made, but it was probably about 1974 since he died in February 1975. 
 
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Marshall, Troy (McTroy)
Marshall, Troy (McTroy)
Gravestone for Troy (McTroy) Marshall and Audrey Southard 
 
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Marshall, Walter and Annie
Marshall, Walter and Annie
Gravestone of Walter e> and Annie R. Marshall 
 
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Marshall, William Causley (Bruz)
Marshall, William Causley (Bruz)
 
 
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Marshall, William Causley (Bruz)
Marshall, William Causley (Bruz)
William Cosley "Bruz" Marshall and his sons by his first wife Nettie Mabry taken about 1897. The sons are James Oscar Marshall and Tommy.  
 
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Marshall, William Henry (Whit) - Family
Marshall, William Henry (Whit) - Family
William Henry (Whit) Marshall Family 
 
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Martin, Luther
Martin, Luther
 
 
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McClain, John R.
McClain, John R.
 
 
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Millen, Bob, Lynn and Dave
Millen, Bob, Lynn and Dave
 
 
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Minthorn, Ellen - History of Old Westfield Church
Minthorn, Ellen - History of Old Westfield Church
Ellen Minthorn appears at the top of page 3. 
 
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Minthorn, Hulda
Minthorn, Hulda
 
 
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Morris, Ruth Jane (Talbot) Morris and Walter Morris Wedding
Morris, Ruth Jane (Talbot) Morris and Walter Morris Wedding
Left to right Ruth Elizabeth (Williams) Talbot, Max Verne Talbot, Sr., Walter Morris, Ruth Jane (Talbot) Morris, Maid of Honor, Best Man. 
 
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Nolan, Dolores Daye
Nolan, Dolores Daye
 
 
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Parsons, William Christopher
Parsons, William Christopher
Picture of Will taken about 3/18/2016 and posted of FaceBook.com. 
 
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Pleasant Hill School
Pleasant Hill School
 
 
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Rush, Bernice (Johnson)
Rush, Bernice (Johnson)
 
 
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Shelton, Paul, Jr., Doris and Joyce
Shelton, Paul, Jr., Doris and Joyce
 
 
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Silva, Elizabeth (Talbot) and Richard
Silva, Elizabeth (Talbot) and Richard
Picture taken in March 2016 
 
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Sparger, Annice Malissa
Sparger, Annice Malissa
 
 
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Sparger, Henry and Mary Cook
Sparger, Henry and Mary Cook
 
 
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Stanley, Fred Ray
Stanley, Fred Ray
 
 
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Stanley, Hobert and Elda
Stanley, Hobert and Elda
 
 
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Stanley, Tyree W. Monument.
Stanley, Tyree W. Monument.
Burial monument for Tyree W. Stanley and his wife, Gladys 
 
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Sutton, Pearl Ann
Sutton, Pearl Ann
 
 
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Talbot Men
Talbot Men
There are three generations of Talbots in this picture. Left in the back is Melville Clone Talbot. Beside him is his son Max Vern Talbot, Sr. Max's two son's are in the front. Left front is John H. Talbot, Sr. Right front is Max Vern Talbot, Jr.
 
 
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Talbot, Gladys (Johnson)
Talbot, Gladys (Johnson)
Picture of Gladys Maude (Johnson) Talbot taken in 1992 
 
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Talbot, Gladys Maude(Johnson)
Talbot, Gladys Maude(Johnson)
This picture was made in 1991. 
 
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Talbot, John
Talbot, John
John Henry Talbot, Sr. 
 
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Talbot, John H. Sr.
Talbot, John H. Sr.
 
 
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Talbot, John H. Sr.
Talbot, John H. Sr.
 
 
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Talbot, Max & Minnie German Marriage Certificate
Talbot, Max & Minnie German Marriage Certificate
 
 
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Talbot, Max and Minnie
Talbot, Max and Minnie
Max and Minnie Talbot 
 
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Talbot, Max and Williams, Ruth Elizabeth
Talbot, Max and Williams, Ruth Elizabeth
 
 
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Talbot, Max Verne, Jr. - Wedding Invitation
Talbot, Max Verne, Jr. - Wedding Invitation
Max and Minnie's wedding invitation. 
 
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Talbot, Max Verne, Jr. at Belmont High School
Talbot, Max Verne, Jr. at Belmont High School
This appears to be a track picture of Max at Belmont High School, Massachusetts, 1938. M ax is on the far left. Tom Taylor is on the far right. I do not know the names of the other two boys. 
 
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Talbot, Max Verne, Jr., Wedding
Talbot, Max Verne, Jr., Wedding
Max Verne Talbot, Jr and Minnie wedding 
 
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Talbot, Rev. Edward
Talbot, Rev. Edward
The ordination of Rev. Edward Talbott - From "The History of Methodism in Kentucky" By The Rev. A.H. Redford, D.D., Volume I., Southern Methodist Publishing House Nashville, Tennessee, 1870
 
 
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Talbot, Ruth Elizabety (Betsy)
Talbot, Ruth Elizabety (Betsy)
 
 
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Talbot, Thomas F.
Talbot, Thomas F.
 
 
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Talbott, Adeline (McClain)
Talbott, Adeline (McClain)
 
 
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Talbott, Joseph W. - Civil War Letter
Talbott, Joseph W. - Civil War Letter
This letter was written by Joseph W. Talbott to his brother, Oliver. He wrote it on the first actual day of the battle for Vicksburg. 
 
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Talbott, Rev. Edward
Talbott, Rev. Edward
Pages 98 and 99 from: "Descendants of Richard and Elizabeth (Ewen) Talbott of Poplar Knowle, West River, Anne Arundel County, MD"
Compiled by
Ida Morrison (Murphy) Shirk
Baltimore, Maryland, 1927
 
 

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