Giles Countians
Photo Album

William Turner Abernathy and grandchildren
back row, left to right)
Mary Eunice Cameron (1880-1950); Irvine Turner Cameron (1877-1948); Ruby Kelly Dawson (1882-1911)

(center row, left to right)
John Walker Hays (1884-1958); William Turner Abernathy (1816-1906); William Azzie Dawson

(front row, left to right)
Justin Ewing Knox (1889-1922); Lucy Virginia Dawson; Mary Bernice Dawson; William C. Hays (1890-1918); Mary Etta Hays (1888-1969)

Submitted by: Donna Parker.


wilburn Abernathy Brothers

(back row, left to right)
John Calvin Abernathy (1821-1911)
Erasmus G. Abernathy (1818-1896)

(front row, left to right)
William Turner Abernathy (1816-1906);
Benjamin Franklin (Doc)Abernathy (1827-1916)

Submitted by: Donna Parker.

Simpson William Chapman Family

Seated are Simpson William Chapman (b 3 June 1850 d 18 Jan 1929) and his wife Susan Jane Moore Chapman (b 27 July 1855 d 24 Dec 1945) They were married in Giles County 31 Dec 1875 and lived all their married life in Giles County in the Pleasant Ridge community. They are buried in the Pleasant Ridge United Methodist Church Cemetery. Their four sons in the 1895 photo are left to right: Edd who married RosaElla Green, the couple buried at Minor Hill;
Lester who married Nora Dobbins and they are buried in the Dobbins Cemetery in Lawrence County;
Walter who married Alice Appleton and he is buried at Pleasant Ridge;
Lonnie Lee who married Martha Jane Stockman and Daphney June Harwell and all are buried at Pleasant Ridge.

Submitted by: Faye Chapman

David Kelley

David Kelley and Friends

David Kelley, born 1891, is the son of Henry Kelley
and Martha Johnson. He is on the front row, third from the left.

We would like to ask if anyone might have any info on this photo.

Submitted by: Pat Coleman.

These are  my great grandparents.  Nathan Anderson Warren & Louiza Balch.  Nathan is son of Henry J. Warren, son of John B. Warren & Rachel Hunt Warren.

Submitted by: Mignonette Warren Kelsoe


Mullins' Party
James M. Mullins' Birthday Party, 1920

James M. Mullins' 75th birthday party in 1920 at his home near Dellrose in Lincoln County. (He is buried in Bee Spring Cemetery in Giles Co.) He is leaning with his arm around the porch post on the left. A few have been identified and would love to hear from anyone who might know any of those in the photograph ...

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Submitted by: Joe Max Williams.