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Families on the Frontiers of the Old South

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Trammell, Pearl, Eva, Emma and Ruth
Trammell, Pearl, Eva, Emma and Ruth
Daughters of John W. and Ida Park Trammell. Back: Emma. Front: Eva, Ruth and Pearl. 
 
1302
Trammell, Rebecca Wilson (later, Whitfield)
Trammell, Rebecca Wilson (later, Whitfield)
Mary Richard Welford Wilson (b. April 29, 1842, d. Dec. 8, 1910) with children. Married (7/17/1865) Joseph David Wilson (1841-1880), captain in the Confederate Navy, Civil War hero. (Widowed, the picture she is holding may be of him.) Their children--Standing left: Mary W. Wilson?, born about 1867. On left (order uncertain): Rebecca "Ruby" Harriet Wilson?, later Trammell, even later Whitfield, 8/2/1876-2/17/1963. Frances Wellford Wilson?, born about 1878. Boy is Edwin Woodberry Wilson?, born Nov. 4, 1879. 
 
1303
Trammell, Talbot Whitfield and Mary Dodd (Russell)
Trammell, Talbot Whitfield and Mary Dodd (Russell)
Children of Joseph Wilson Trammell and Mary Dodd. 
 
1304
Trammell, Thomas Jefferson
Trammell, Thomas Jefferson
 
 
1305
Trammell, Violet Estelle
Trammell, Violet Estelle
Blountstown High School, 1919

Back row from left to right: (?) Starry, Bert Clark, N.C. Yon, Ray Baird, Bunnie Smith and Wesley Williams. Third row: Lillie D. Franklin, Virginia Guilford, Edna Baird, Edith Boggs and Agatha Tinton. Second row: Louise Grayson, Ida Mae Barbee, Eva Cooper, Alma (Baggett) McKeown and Lenora Grimsley. Front row: Violet Trammell, Martha Davis, Mable Knight, Weldon Starry, S.A. Leonard, Fuller Warren, C.L. Clark. At corner of the front row are Myrtice Streetman, Attaway Hall, Mr McCall (teacher) and Bert Boggs.  
 
1306
Trammell, Virginia Darby
Trammell, Virginia Darby
 
 
1307
Trammell, Wilma, Pearl, Eva, Emma and Ruth
Trammell, Wilma, Pearl, Eva, Emma and Ruth
Daughters of John W. and Ida Park Trammell. Back: Emma and Ruth. Front: Wilma, Pearl and Eva. 
 
1308
Trammell, Worth Washington
Trammell, Worth Washington
 
 
1309
Tree of Charlemagne
Tree of Charlemagne
Schedelsche Weltchronik or Nuremberg Chronicle, Hartmann Schedel 
 
1310
Tree of William the Conqueror
Tree of William the Conqueror
 
 
1311
Trehern, Joseph and Lelia Lee Buzbee
Trehern, Joseph and Lelia Lee Buzbee
 
 
1312
Trifels Castle
Trifels Castle
Richard was waylaid near Vienna by the Duke of Austria as he was returning from Crusade during Christmas 1192. (The Duke had been humiliated by Richard when his standard was torn from the walls of Acre.) King Philip Augustus and John took advantage of this coup: John by swearing fealty to Philip for the Angevin dominions and then by agitating for the crown of England; Philip by snatching up Norman territory surrendered by John when the game appeared to be up. The Holy Roman Emperor eventually ransomed his prize for funds needed to finance further military ventures in Italy. Richard was released on 4 Feb 1194. John's nerve failed him when Richard finally arrived on the continent at the head of an army, suing for clemency at Liseux. But John's damage would not be repaired until 1198. 
 
1313
Tristan Strother 'Trust' Graham
Tristan Strother "Trust" Graham
 
 
1314
Tuckahoe Historical Marker
Tuckahoe Historical Marker
 
 
1315
Tudor, Catherine Parr
Tudor, Catherine Parr
 
 
1316
Tudor, Edward VI
Tudor, Edward VI
 
 
1317
Tunstall House
Tunstall House
Historic American Buildings Survey, W. N. Manning, Photographer, March 6, 1934 
 
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Tunstall, Anna Maude Feist
Tunstall, Anna Maude Feist
 
 
1319
Tunstall, Annie McCurdy
Tunstall, Annie McCurdy
 
 
1320
Tunstall, Edmund Savage
Tunstall, Edmund Savage
 
 
1321
Tunstall, Peyton Randolph, Jr.
Tunstall, Peyton Randolph, Jr.
 
 
1322
Tunstall, Thomas Tate
Tunstall, Thomas Tate
 
 
1323
Two Brothers Rocks
Two Brothers Rocks
Thomas Dudley and John Winthrop selected these stones to mark the boundaries of their properties on the Concord River. 
 
1324
Ulmer Earle Bradley
Ulmer Earle Bradley
 
 
1325
Uncle Jim
Uncle Jim
Burge Plantation, Newton County, Georgia 
 
1326
Urraca of Portual, Queen consort of Léon
Urraca of Portual, Queen consort of Léon
Genealogia dos Reis de Portugal(1530-1534) 
 
1327
USS Kasaan Bay (CVE-69)
USS Kasaan Bay (CVE-69)
 
 
1328
USS Louisiana
USS Louisiana
 
 
1329
USS Wiley (DD 597)
USS Wiley (DD 597)
 
 
1330
Valois Duchy of Burgundy, ca.1470
Valois Duchy of Burgundy, ca.1470
 
 
1331
Virginia Darby Trammell
Virginia Darby Trammell
First Lady of Florida in inaugural gown, 1913 
 
1332
Virginia Steadham Bryant
Virginia Steadham Bryant
 
 
1333
Virginia Stillwell Trammell
Virginia Stillwell Trammell
 
 
1334
Virginia Tunstall Clay-Clopton
Virginia Tunstall Clay-Clopton
 
 
1335
Vladimir and Rogneda
Vladimir and Rogneda
Anton Losenko (1770) 
 
1336
Vladimir Svyatoslavovich
Vladimir Svyatoslavovich
 
 
1337
Wallace Monument at Stirling
Wallace Monument at Stirling
 
 
1338
Walter Lee Colbert
Walter Lee Colbert
(1865-1911) 
 
1339
Ward Coachman
Ward Coachman
Chief of Creek Nation (1876-1879) 
 
1340
Ware Family Reunion 1903
Ware Family Reunion 1903
Row 1: J. B. and Sarah Simms Ware; Row 2 (all rows L to R): Louisa Hanson Simms; Janey Ware (Cook); Sarah Ware (Sanders); Ione Ware (Askew); Pat Ware (Pinson); Margaret Snow (Brown); Elizabeth Snow (Smith); Vaughn Snow; Charles Ware; A. C. Ware, Jr.; Henry Hall Ware, Sr. holding Hall, Jr.;Albert Z. Ware; Row 3: John Dickinson Simms; Rev. Hammond; Rev. John Amis; Alberta Ware Orr; Almyra Poss Ware; Adelaide Ware Snow; Ethel Ware Stallings holding Sarah Stallings (Helms); Emma Ware; Annie Walker Ware; Row 4: Love Snow (Moncrief); Forde Darden (Hassan); Gibson Orr (Whitley); Sarah Snow; Olive Snow; George Snow holding Sarah Snow; Thomas Snow; Row 5: Goss Mattox; Jennie Orr (Arnold); Mary Orr Darden; Vallie Davis Ware; Robert Hanson Ware; Rigdon Mims Ware; Roop Snow; Wade Stallings holding Freeman Stallings; Croff Ware holding James Britt Ware II; Sally Kendrick Ware; Row 6: J. R. Pike; Tom Ware; Alva Ware; J. R. Ware; Mattox Snow; Robert Snow; John Snow; Myra Lou Ware (Williams); Veberta Snow (Moncrief); Lucy Ware (White); and Mrs. Amis.  
 
1341
Ware, James Britton and Sarah Simms
Ware, James Britton and Sarah Simms
 
 
1342
Warren Thomas Stone
Warren Thomas Stone
 
 
1343
Warwick Castle
Warwick Castle
 
 
1344
Washington Bell
Washington Bell
 
 
1345
Weatherford and Jackson
Weatherford and Jackson
Surrender to Gen. Andrew Jackson at Ft. Jackson (old Ft. Toulouse, near Wetumpka, Alabama), 1814. 
 
1346
Weekley, Elizabeth Lowell
Weekley, Elizabeth Lowell
 
 
1347
Weller, May Crary
Weller, May Crary
 
 
1348
Werner Leird Dickinson
Werner Leird Dickinson
Daughters place wreath on grave. 
 
1349
Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey
 
 
1350
Whitfield, Mary Cornelia Moreno
Whitfield, Mary Cornelia Moreno
 
 

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