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Families on the Frontiers of the Old South

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1701
Thomley, Robert and Frances Thomley Havard
Thomley, Robert and Frances Thomley Havard
 
 
1702
Thomley, William Britt and Ellen Family
Thomley, William Britt and Ellen Family
Front, L-R: William Brittin "Britt" Thomley; Ralph Thomley; Mary Grimes Thomley; Ellen Luvisa Thomley Back, L-R: Oscar Thomley; James Robert "Jim" Thomley; Lula Thomley Vaughn; William Vaughn; Ozzie Thomley  
 
1703
Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church
Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church
 
 
1704
Tintern Abbey
Tintern Abbey
"[F]ounded...in 1131...Tintern was the first house established in Wales by the great monastic superpower of the twelfth century, the Cistercian Order. Such was the austere asceticism of these holy brethren that they were not event permitted to dye the wall of their habits, and so were known to contemporaries as the White Monks." Asbridge, The Greatest Knight (New York, HarperCollins, 2014) 217. 
 
1705
Tiverton Castle
Tiverton Castle
 
 
1706
Tomb of Charles, Duke of Lotharingia
Tomb of Charles, Duke of Lotharingia
 
 
1707
Tomb of Otto I
Tomb of Otto I
 
 
1708
Topham Beauclerk
Topham Beauclerk
Francis Cotes (1726–1770), artist.  
 
1709
Tower Hill
Tower Hill
London 
 
1710
Tower of London
Tower of London
 
 
1711
Trammell, Farr Harris, Jr.
Trammell, Farr Harris, Jr.
 
 
1712
Trammell, Ida Park
Trammell, Ida Park
Wife of John Washington Trammell 
 
1713
Trammell, John Washington
Trammell, John Washington
Superintendent, Florida State Hospital 
 
1714
Trammell, John Washington
Trammell, John Washington
 
 
1715
Trammell, John Washington
Trammell, John Washington
Lakeland, Florida Home 
 
1716
Trammell, Joseph Wilson
Trammell, Joseph Wilson
 
 
1717
Trammell, Joseph Wilson
Trammell, Joseph Wilson
The Tallahassee Ball Team. L-R: Moses Shepherd, Wilson Trammell, Charlie Blank, Henry Palmer, and William Oliver Bradley 
 
1718
Trammell, Joseph Wilson, and Mary Dodd
Trammell, Joseph Wilson, and Mary Dodd
 
 
1719
Trammell, Martha Gibson
Trammell, Martha Gibson
Texas Historical Marker
Henderson, Rusk, Texas 
 
1720
Trammell, Mary Dodd
Trammell, Mary Dodd
With mother, Josephine Harriet White Dodd. 
 
1721
Trammell, Park Monroe
Trammell, Park Monroe
 
 
1722
Trammell, Park Monroe
Trammell, Park Monroe
With maternal grandmother, Mrs. E. M. Park, at the Governor's Mansion. 
 
1723
Trammell, Park Monroe
Trammell, Park Monroe
 
 
1724
Trammell, Park Monroe
Trammell, Park Monroe
 
 
1725
Trammell, Park Monroe
Trammell, Park Monroe
 
 
1726
Trammell, Pearl
Trammell, Pearl
Florida State Hospital. Back: Dr. W.M. Bevis, director; Miss Summerford, chief nurse; Miss Pearl Trammell; front: left: Miss Willie Taylor; Miss Earhart.  
 
1727
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. 
 
1728
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. 
 
1729
Trammell, Talbot Whitfield and Mary Dodd (Russell)
Trammell, Talbot Whitfield and Mary Dodd (Russell)
Children of Joseph Wilson Trammell and Mary Dodd. 
 
1730
Trammell, Thomas Jefferson
Trammell, Thomas Jefferson
 
 
1731
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.  
 
1732
Trammell, Virginia Darby
Trammell, Virginia Darby
 
 
1733
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. 
 
1734
Trammell, Worth Washington
Trammell, Worth Washington
 
 
1735
Tree of Charlemagne
Tree of Charlemagne
Schedelsche Weltchronik or Nuremberg Chronicle, Hartmann Schedel 
 
1736
Tree of William the Conqueror
Tree of William the Conqueror
 
 
1737
Trehern, Joseph and Lelia Lee Buzbee
Trehern, Joseph and Lelia Lee Buzbee
 
 
1738
Trifels Castle
Trifels Castle
During Christmas 1192, the king of England Richard I was waylaid near Vienna by Leopold, Duke of Austria, as he was returning from Crusade. He was committed to Trifels. (The Duke had been humiliated by Richard when his standard was torn from the walls of Acre.) King Philip Augustus and Richard's brother 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. Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI eventually ransomed Leopold's prize for funds needed to finance his ongoing 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. 
 
1739
Tristan Strother 'Trust' Graham
Tristan Strother "Trust" Graham
 
 
1740
Tsar Alexander II
Tsar Alexander II
Alexander the Liberator 
 
1741
Tsar Alexander III
Tsar Alexander III
Sergey Lvovich Levitsky (1819–1898), photographer 
 
1742
Tsar Alexander III with family
Tsar Alexander III with family
Alexander III (seated); Olga (standing before him); Maria Feodorovna (standing to his right); Michael (to his mother's right); Nicholas, Xenia and George (arrayed to their mother's left). 
 
1743
Tsar Nicholas I
Tsar Nicholas I
Franz Krüger (1797–1857), artist. 
 
1744
Tsar Nicholas II
Tsar Nicholas II
Last tsar of Russia 
 
1745
Tsar Nicholas II and family
Tsar Nicholas II and family
Boasson and Eggler, photographers 
 
1746
Tsar Nicholas II and family ca. 1914
Tsar Nicholas II and family ca. 1914
 
 
1747
Tsarevich Nikolaevich Alexei of Russia
Tsarevich Nikolaevich Alexei of Russia
Only son and last child of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna.  
 
1748
Tsarina Alexandra Fedorovna
Tsarina Alexandra Fedorovna
Wife of Tsar Nicholas I. Christina Robertson (1796–1854), artist.  
 
1749
Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna
Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna
Wife of Tsar Nicholas II. Boasson and Eggler, photographers 
 
1750
Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna
Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna
Wife of Tsar Alexander II. 
 

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