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Ælflaed
Ælflaed
 
 
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Alabama → Kymulga
Alabama → Kymulga
Covered bridge and gris mill: The only covered bridge in Alabama that survived the war between the states that is still in original location. Near Hightower homestead. 
 
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Allred → Bernard - cattle
Allred → Bernard - cattle
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
4
Allred → Bernard on his John Deere tractor
Allred → Bernard on his John Deere tractor
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
5
Allred → Bernard on his land
Allred → Bernard on his land
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
6
Allred → Bernard with cattle
Allred → Bernard with cattle
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Abner, Bernice, & Mildred with Richard Hogue
Allred → Abner, Bernice, & Mildred with Richard Hogue
In front of The Old Allred House, Lincoln, Alabama.
From leftt: Richard Hogue (holding Bernice Allred), Mildred Allred, and Abner Allred. 
 
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Allred → Agnes
Allred → Agnes
I have seen a picture of Aunt Agnes when she was young. She was very beautiful in that picture and she is was wearing a dark green dress with long sleeves. I think Mother told me one time that the dress was made from drapery material. – Bernice Ellis, Jun 2008 
 
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Allred → Alpha,  home
Allred → Alpha, home
Allred Road & Highway 77, Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Audry
Allred → Audry
 
 
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Allred → Audry
Allred → Audry
 
 
12
Allred → Audry & Bernice
Allred → Audry & Bernice
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
13
Allred → Audry & Phyl with husbands
Allred → Audry & Phyl with husbands
Audry & Leon Bryant, Phyl & Gene Frameli 
 
14
Allred → Bernard - his stud bull
Allred → Bernard - his stud bull
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernard - his stud bull
Allred → Bernard - his stud bull
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernard & Bert with Leon Bryant, Jay Canada, & Jeff Canada
Allred → Bernard & Bert with Leon Bryant, Jay Canada, & Jeff Canada
In back from left: Leon Bryant, Jay Canada, Bert Allred, Bernard Allred, and Jeff Canada in front. 
 
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Allred → Bernard & Lucille
Allred → Bernard & Lucille
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernard & Lucille with family
Allred → Bernard & Lucille with family
Back Row from leftt: Gene Frameli, Agnes Allred White, Phyl Frameli, Audrey Bryant, Connie Calhoun, Johnny Calhoun.
Middle Row from left: Jeff Canada, Bea Allred, Dale Frameli.
Front Row from left: Lucille Allred, Leon Bryant holding Lee.
Front: Bernice Canada holding Rhonda Frameli. 
 
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Allred → Bernard with Jeff Canada, Leon Bryant, & Gene Frameli
Allred → Bernard with Jeff Canada, Leon Bryant, & Gene Frameli
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
20
Allred → Bernice - 4 months
Allred → Bernice - 4 months
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernice, Audrey, & Phyl
Allred → Bernice, Audrey, & Phyl
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernice, Audry, Bert, & Phyl
Allred → Bernice, Audry, Bert, & Phyl
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernice, Mildred, & Charlie
Allred → Bernice, Mildred, & Charlie
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bert & Marie
Allred → Bert & Marie
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
25
Allred → Charlie & Family
Allred → Charlie & Family
The Old Allred House, Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Charlie & Family
Allred → Charlie & Family
The Old Allred House, Lincoln, Alabama 
 
27
Allred → Connie
Allred → Connie
 
 
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Allred → Connie, Bernice, & Phyl
Allred → Connie, Bernice, & Phyl
Left to Right: Connie Brewer, Bernice Ellis, Phyl Frameli 
 
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Allred → Connie, Bernice, Lynn Ellis, Marie Odell, Bert
Allred → Connie, Bernice, Lynn Ellis, Marie Odell, Bert
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Eula Holder
Allred → Eula Holder
Eula is on the right. Next to her is Mary Handy Hogue 
 
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Allred → Eula, Agnes, & Bea
Allred → Eula, Agnes, & Bea
 
 
32
Allred → Hubert & Marie
Allred → Hubert & Marie
 
 
33
Allred → John Howard
Allred → John Howard
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
34
Allred → Lucille
Allred → Lucille
Helen Lucille Hogue 
 
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Allred → Lucille & Phyl
Allred → Lucille & Phyl
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Lucille birthday party
Allred → Lucille birthday party
This was a surprise Birthday Party for Mother. I do not know all people, but Granny Allred and Mama Hogue are on the right side of the picture. Elvie Hogue Ford's wife is on the far left side. Jack Hogue's Vickie is down front and Louise is in the far back. I also see Mrs. Wilson , Mrs. Hackney and Kate Merkl - Bernice Ellis, 2007. 
 
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Allred → Lucille with children & Virginia Moreland
Allred → Lucille with children & Virginia Moreland
From left: Bernice, Virginia Moreland (Lucille's friend), Lucille, Phyl, Audry, Connie, Bert. 
 
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Allred → Marshall - home
Allred → Marshall - home
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Marshall with Mildred, Charlie, Clyde, Emma, Francis, John & Virginia
Allred → Marshall with Mildred, Charlie, Clyde, Emma, Francis, John & Virginia
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Mildred & Horace Glidewell Junior
Allred → Mildred & Horace Glidewell Junior
Lincoln, Alabama. In front of Lincoln High School. 
 
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Allred → Phyl & Connie
Allred → Phyl & Connie
 
 
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Allred → Phyl & Connie with Dale
Allred → Phyl & Connie with Dale
Dale & Phyllis Frameli with Connie 
 
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Allred → Phyllis Layne
Allred → Phyllis Layne
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Susie, Agnes, & Bea
Allred → Susie, Agnes, & Bea
Lincoln, Alabama. In front of the side porch of the Old Allred House. 
 
45
Allred → Terry
Allred → Terry
 
 
46
Allred → Virginia
Allred → Virginia
 
 
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Allred → Virginia, Francis, & John
Allred → Virginia, Francis, & John
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernard with children & Mac
Allred → Bernard with children & Mac
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernard with Mac
Allred → Bernard with Mac
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Allred → Bernard with red Chevy
Allred → Bernard with red Chevy
Lincoln, Alabama 
 
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Austin → Sam & Vina with children
Austin → Sam & Vina with children
L-R: Sam and Vina Austin and their eight children, Samuel Garland Austin, Bennett Franklin Austin, Della Irene Austin Hooks, George Truett Austin, Maggie Lee Austin Leonard, Ella Corene Austin Johnson, Riley Alexander Austin, Vera Belle Austin Shelton. Photo made at Sam and Vina's 50th Anniversary in Sept. 1970. 
 
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Austin → Samuel
Austin → Samuel
 
 
53
Ball → Lucille
Ball → Lucille
Lucy must have just learned we're cousins... 
 
54
Ball → Mary
Ball → Mary
 
 
55
Ball → Bewdley
Ball → Bewdley
 
 
56
Bannon → John & Rebecca Hogue
Bannon → John & Rebecca Hogue
 
 
57
Bannon → John Lloyd & Jewel
Bannon → John Lloyd & Jewel
 
 
58
Barnes → W. H. L.
Barnes → W. H. L.
General W. H. L. Barnes 
 
59
Barnes → W. H. L.
Barnes → W. H. L.
The San Francisco Morning Call
Volume LXXXVIII–No. 102. page 1, above the fold. 
 
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Barnes → W. S.
Barnes → W. S.
 
 
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Barns → Clinton J. with descendants
Barns → Clinton J. with descendants
Four generations at the Barns home in The Cove: father Clinton Barns, daughter Malvina (Mallie) Barns Moss, grandson Clinton Moss, great-granddaughter Mary Moss 
 
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Barns → Clinton with descendants
Barns → Clinton with descendants
Seated: John David Barns, 1855-1925, Clinton Barns, William Oscar Barns, born 1859. Standing: Sarah Malvina (Mallie) Barns Moss, born 1861, Clinton Joseph, 1864-1910, Margaret (Maggie) Louisa Barns, born 1868. 
 
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Barns → Sarah Jane Gillespie
Barns → Sarah Jane Gillespie
 
 
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Barry → William Taylor Sullivan
Barry → William Taylor Sullivan
 
 
65
Beauregard → Dora Magnolia McKnight
Beauregard → Dora Magnolia McKnight
 
 
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Beauregard → William Alvin
Beauregard → William Alvin
 
 
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Beauregard → William Alvin Junior
Beauregard → William Alvin Junior
 
 
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Beauregard → William Robert
Beauregard → William Robert
 
 
69
Beene → Barbara
Beene → Barbara
 
 
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Bell → Rockwood Manor
Bell → Rockwood Manor
 
 
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Bibb → William Wyatt
Bibb → William Wyatt
First Governor of Alabama 
 
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Blaine → James Gillespie
Blaine → James Gillespie
Secretary of State under Garfield and Harrison. 
 
73
Boleyn → Anne
Boleyn → Anne
 
 
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Boleyn → Mary
Boleyn → Mary
 
 
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Boleyn → Thomas
Boleyn → Thomas
 
 
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Bolling → Bolling Hall
Bolling → Bolling Hall
Bradford, Yorkshire, England 
 
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Bowen → J. Nan & Meek
Bowen → J. Nan & Meek
 
 
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Bowen → Maria Cecil, Thompson Crockett Junior, & J. Rees Tate
Bowen → Maria Cecil, Thompson Crockett Junior, & J. Rees Tate
 
 
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Bowen → Rees IV with family
Bowen → Rees IV with family
Maiden Spring 
 
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Bowen → Thompson Crockett
Bowen → Thompson Crockett
 
 
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Bowes-Lyon → Claude George
Bowes-Lyon → Claude George
 
 
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Bowes-Lyon → Elizabeth Angela Marguerite
Bowes-Lyon → Elizabeth Angela Marguerite
 
 
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Brewer → Connie & Doug
Brewer → Connie & Doug
 
 
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Brewer → Doug & Connie
Brewer → Doug & Connie
 
 
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Brewer → Doug with wife Connie Allred
Brewer → Doug with wife Connie Allred
New Orleans, Mardi Gras 2006 (after Katrina) 
 
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Brown → Elvie
Brown → Elvie
 
 
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Brown → George Spearman with wife Carrie Adeline Foster
Brown → George Spearman with wife Carrie Adeline Foster
 
 
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Browning → James & Ollie Hoge - home
Browning → James & Ollie Hoge - home
Home of Colonel Jim Browning near the old Browning mine at Big Vein, near Pocahontas, Virginia. 
 
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Browning → James S.
Browning → James S.
 
 
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Browning → James S.
Browning → James S.
 
 
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Browning → Olivia Hoge, with children Jane and James S. 'Bus' Browning
Browning → Olivia Hoge, with children Jane and James S. 'Bus' Browning
Wife of Col. Jim Browning, of Pocahontas
Photographed by Harriet and Clark, Richmond; 1888. 
 
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Bruce → Robert
Bruce → Robert
Robert the Bruce, King of Scots 
 
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Bryant → Audry
Bryant → Audry
At daughter Lee's grave, 31 Dec 1987. 
 
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Bryant → Audry & Leon
Bryant → Audry & Leon
 
 
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Bryant → Audry & Leon
Bryant → Audry & Leon
 
 
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Bryant → Lee
Bryant → Lee
Lenlock Heights, Anniston, Alabama 
 
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Bryant → Lee
Bryant → Lee
Anniston, Alabama 
 
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Bryant → Lee
Bryant → Lee
Lenlock Heights, Anniston, Alabama. In front of her home. 
 
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Bryant → Lee
Bryant → Lee
Lenlock Heights, Anniston, Alabama. Christmas 1987, 3 days before her death. 
 
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Bryant → Lee
Bryant → Lee
Lenlock Heights, Anniston, Alabama. Christmas 1987, 3 days before her death. 
 
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Bryant → Lee
Bryant → Lee
Lenlock Heights, Anniston, Alabama. Christmas 1987, 3 days before her death. 
 
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Bryant → Leon & Audry
Bryant → Leon & Audry
 
 
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Byrd → William of Westover
Byrd → William of Westover
Detail of an oil painting by Sir Godfrey Kneller. 
 
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Byrne → Callaghan
Byrne → Callaghan
 
 
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Canada → Craig
Canada → Craig
Right-to-left: Craig Canada, John Entwistle, Dennis Peron, Leland Cole at Hemp Expo, San Francisco (Daly City) Cow Palace, 25 Sep 10 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Anniston, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Anniston, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Anniston, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Anniston, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Anniston, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Jeff & Valerie Lawley
Canada → Jeff & Valerie Lawley
Anniston, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Becky Barrow & children
Canada → Becky Barrow & children
 
 
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Canada → Bonnie Joyce Crawford
Canada → Bonnie Joyce Crawford
 
 
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Canada → Carl Ritchie III
Canada → Carl Ritchie III
 
 
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Canada → Carl Ritchie Junior
Canada → Carl Ritchie Junior
Selma, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Carl Ritchie Junior, Becky, children, & Joyce
Canada → Carl Ritchie Junior, Becky, children, & Joyce
Selma, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Chris
Canada → Chris
 
 
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Canada → Craig
Canada → Craig
Twin Peaks, San Francisco 
 
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Canada → Craig
Canada → Craig
Photo taken by the d in Palmsprings, California. 
 
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Canada → Craig
Canada → Craig
San Francisco, California 
 
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Canada → Craig
Canada → Craig
Right-to-left: Craig Canada, John Entwistle, Dennis Peron, Leland Cole at Hemp Expo, San Francisco (Daly City) Cow Palace, 25 Sep 10 
 
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Canada → Craig
Canada → Craig
100 Portola Drive, San Francisco, California 
 
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Canada → Craig - office
Canada → Craig - office
555 California, San Francisco, California 
 
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Canada → Craig - Twin Peaks, view
Canada → Craig - Twin Peaks, view
100 Portola, San Francisco, California 
 
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Canada → Craig - Twin Peaks, with mother
Canada → Craig - Twin Peaks, with mother
100 Portola, San Francisco, California 
 
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Canada → Craig - Twin Peaks, with truck
Canada → Craig - Twin Peaks, with truck
Twin Peaks, San Francisco, California 
 
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Canada → Duncan Patterson
Canada → Duncan Patterson
 
 
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Canada → Glenda Gay
Canada → Glenda Gay
Talladega, Alabama 
 
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Canada → J & Bernice with Craig
Canada → J & Bernice with Craig
In front of Bernard & Lucille Allred's home. 
 
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Canada → J & Family
Canada → J & Family
On the front porch of the Allred's house. 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Circa 1958 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Circa 1965 
 
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Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Circa 1971 
 
135
Canada → Jeff
Canada → Jeff
Circa 1955 
 
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Canada → Jeff & Bernice
Canada → Jeff & Bernice
Asbury Park, New Jersey 
 
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Canada → Nancy
Canada → Nancy
Talladega, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Nancy & Ritchie
Canada → Nancy & Ritchie
Talladega, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Sandra
Canada → Sandra
Talladega, Alabama. In front of the fireplace in Grandma's old log cabin. 
 
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Canada → Sandra
Canada → Sandra
Talladega, Alabama 
 
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Canada → Steven Patrick
Canada → Steven Patrick
 
 
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Canada → John S. & Minervia Caroline Cotton
Canada → John S. & Minervia Caroline Cotton
 
 
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Canada, Craig → High Times
Canada, Craig → High Times
This photo was taken in 1996 at the Proposition 215 Vigil in front of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. Craig Canada is the person facing sideways, front and center, in the green jacket. 
 
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Canada, Craig → return of property
Canada, Craig → return of property
 
 
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Canada, Craig → return of property
Canada, Craig → return of property
 
 
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Canada, Craig → return of property
Canada, Craig → return of property
 
 
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Canada, Craig → return of property
Canada, Craig → return of property
 
 
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Canada, Craig → return of property
Canada, Craig → return of property
 
 
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Canmore → Malcom III
Canmore → Malcom III
 
 
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Carey → Henry 1º Baron Hunsdon
Carey → Henry 1º Baron Hunsdon
 
 
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Carter → Captain Thomas
Carter → Captain Thomas
Queenstown, Virginia. 
 
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Carter → Jesse - home
Carter → Jesse - home
Mobile, Alabama about 1830 
 
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Carter → Robert
Carter → Robert
King Carter of Corotoman 
 
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Carter → Eagle Falls
Carter → Eagle Falls
 
 
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Carter → home, Shirley
Carter → home, Shirley
 
 
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Carter → home, Shirley
Carter → home, Shirley
 
 
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Carter → home, Westover
Carter → home, Westover
 
 
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Carter → Sabine Hall
Carter → Sabine Hall
 
 
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Castle Beaufort, France
Castle Beaufort, France
 
 
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Castle Bolton
Castle Bolton
 
 
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Castle Bristol → Glouchester, England
Castle Bristol → Glouchester, England
 
 
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Castle Doune
Castle Doune
(Castle Recontructions by Andrew Spratt, http://www.maybole.org/history/castles/index.htm) 
 
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Castle Dumbarton, Scotland
Castle Dumbarton, Scotland
Dùn Breatainn has the longest recorded history of any stronghold in Great Britain. From the fifth century until the ninth, the castle was the centre of the independent British Kingdom of Strathclyde. Then it was known as Alt Clut or Alcluith, the Brythonic name for Dumbarton Rock. The king of the Britons of Dumbarton in about AD 570 was Riderch Hael, who features in Welsh and Latin works. During his reign Merlin was said to have stayed at Alt Clut. 
 
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Castle Dunbar
Castle Dunbar
(Castle Recontructions by Andrew Spratt, http://www.maybole.org/history/castles/index.htm) 
 
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Castle Edinburgh
Castle Edinburgh
 
 
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Castle Hailes, East Lothian, Scotland
Castle Hailes, East Lothian, Scotland
(Castle Recontructions by Andrew Spratt, http://www.maybole.org/history/castles/index.htm) 
 
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Castle Hever
Castle Hever
 
 
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Castle Hever
Castle Hever
 
 
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Castle Home
Castle Home
(Castle Recontructions by Andrew Spratt, http://www.maybole.org/history/castles/index.htm) 
 
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Castle Kilmaron
Castle Kilmaron
 
 
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Castle Kimbolton
Castle Kimbolton
 
 
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Castle Lochleven
Castle Lochleven
(Castle Recontructions by Andrew Spratt, http://www.maybole.org/history/castles/index.htm) 
 
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Castle Lochmaben
Castle Lochmaben
Old Lochmaben Castle Motte motte-and-bailey castle was built c.1160 by the Bruce family, Lords of Annandale. It is possibly the birthplace of Robert the Bruce, born 1274.

(Castle Recontructions by Andrew Spratt, http://www.maybole.org/history/castles/index.htm) 
 
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Castle Melville, Edinburgh
Castle Melville, Edinburgh
 
 
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Castle Newark, Selkirk, Scotland
Castle Newark, Selkirk, Scotland
 
 
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Castle Shanganagh
Castle Shanganagh
Built in 1408 by the Lawless family and inhabited by their descendants until 1763, the castle was left in ruins by a fire in 1783. During the late 18th century, a mansion of the same name was rebuilt on extensive lands at the border of Shankill with County Wicklow. 
 
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Castle Spyvie
Castle Spyvie
Near Elgin, Scotland, Spynie Palace, also known as Spynie Castle, was the fortified seat of the Bishops of Moray for about 500 years. The founding of the palace dates back to the late 12th Century.

(Castle Recontructions by Andrew Spratt, http://www.maybole.org/history/castles/index.htm) 
 
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Castle Stirling, Scotland
Castle Stirling, Scotland
Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles, both historically and architecturally, in Scotland. Castle dates from at least early 12th century, present buildings mostly built between 1490 and 1600. Significant works by James IV, James V of Scotland, and James VI. Still in use today. 
 
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Castle Stirling, Scotland
Castle Stirling, Scotland
Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles, both historically and architecturally, in Scotland. Castle dates from at least early 12th century, present buildings mostly built between 1490 and 1600. Significant works by James IV, James V of Scotland, and James VI. Still in use today. 
 
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Cavendish-Bentinck → Nina Cecilia
Cavendish-Bentinck → Nina Cecilia
 
 
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Cavers House
Cavers House
Near Hawick, Roxburgh, Scotland - Circa 1500 large 5 storey tower house, probably incorporating part of a 13th century castle. Upper two floors altered in 17th century and the tower enlarged to the North in the mid 18th century to form a classical mansion house with symmetrical 7 bay front to east with a 3 window semi-circular advanced bow at centre. Its oldest portion, a square tower, was built by Sir Archibald Douglas, younger son of that valiant Earl of Douglas who conquered and fell at Otterburn (1388). It was demolished in 1953. 
 
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Clayton → Grady Leo
Clayton → Grady Leo
 
 
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Clinkscales → Norma Horn
Clinkscales → Norma Horn
 
 
184
Cockburn → Alexander E., 10º Baronet of Langton
Cockburn → Alexander E., 10º Baronet of Langton
 
 
185
Cockburn → Augusta Anne Ayscough
Cockburn → Augusta Anne Ayscough
Lady Cockburn and her Three Eldest Sons by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1773.

Sir James Cockburn, it is said, was dissatisfied with the first print, and objected to its being published, whereupon Wilkin effaced Lady Cockburn's name and substituted 'Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi'. 
 
186
Cockburn → George, Sir Admiral
Cockburn → George, Sir Admiral
Sir Admiral George Cockburn, 8º Baronet of Langton 
 
187
Cockburn → Henry Thomas, Lord Cockburn
Cockburn → Henry Thomas, Lord Cockburn
Scottish National Portrait Gallery by John Watson Gordon 
 
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Cockburn → James, 1º Baronet of that Ilk
Cockburn → James, 1º Baronet of that Ilk
 
 
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Cockburn → Langton House
Cockburn → Langton House
Originally belonging to the Viponts, the castle and its estate passed to the Cockburns in 1330 upon the marriage of Sir Alexander de Cokburne and the heiress Maria de Vipont. The castle was then the caput of the Cockburns of Langton until 1745 when Cockburn of Langton was killed at the Battle of Fontenoy and the estate was bought by a Mr David Gavin in 1758, whereafter the castle and the village of Langton were demolished and the villagers moved to Gavinton to make way for the new mansion house seen in this photo taken 1862.

Gavin married Lady Elizabeth Maitland, daughter of James Maitland, 7th Earl of Lauderdale, and their daughter Mary married John Campbell, 1st Marquess of Breadalbane whose descendant demolished the house and built a final Langton House in 1886 designed by David Bryce. This last house was demolished in 1950 and only a decorative gateway remains. 
 
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Cockburn → Ormiston Hall
Cockburn → Ormiston Hall
The reforming preacher George Wishart, companion of John Knox, was captured by the Earl of Bothwell while hiding at Ormiston Hall in 1545. This structure was eventually abandoned and a new Ormiston Hall was built for Cockburn in 1745-48. When he did not achieve the expected return on his investment in his agricultural projects, he sold the Hall to the Earl of Hopetoun in 1747. It was destroyed by fire during World War II (1939-1945). 
 
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Cockburn → William, 6º of that Ilk
Cockburn → William, 6º of that Ilk
 
 
192
Cocke → Malvern Hills
Cocke → Malvern Hills
 
 
193
Cocke → Bremo Plantation
Cocke → Bremo Plantation
 
 
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Cocke → Edgemont
Cocke → Edgemont
 
 
195
Coley → Mary Pearsall
Coley → Mary Pearsall
 
 
196
Collier → Howard with daughter Wynelle and Sandra Canada
Collier → Howard with daughter Wynelle and Sandra Canada
Red Collier, his dauther Hazel Collier, and Sandy Canada 
 
197
Cotton → Sir Robert, 1º Baronet
Cotton → Sir Robert, 1º Baronet
 
 
198
Cotton → Rempson & Julia Ann Suggs
Cotton → Rempson & Julia Ann Suggs
 
 
199
Couch → Charles Emmett
Couch → Charles Emmett
 
 
200
Couch → Harold Lynn
Couch → Harold Lynn
 
 
201
Couch → Harold Lynn & Clemmie May
Couch → Harold Lynn & Clemmie May
 
 
202
Crago → Thomas Spencer
Crago → Thomas Spencer
 
 
203
Crago → Thomas Spencer
Crago → Thomas Spencer
 
 
204
Cresacre → Ann
Cresacre → Ann
 
 
205
Crumley → Conner & Jackie with Lucille Allred
Crumley → Conner & Jackie with Lucille Allred
 
 
206
Crumley → James Michael Caleb
Crumley → James Michael Caleb
 
 
207
Curvin → Doris & Ralph
Curvin → Doris & Ralph
 
 
208
Custis → George Washington Parke
Custis → George Washington Parke
 
 
209
Custis → Mary Anna Randolph
Custis → Mary Anna Randolph
 
 
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Dairy Gold sign
Dairy Gold sign
 
 
211
Dalton → William Reid, III
Dalton → William Reid, III
 
 
212
Dandridge → Martha
Dandridge → Martha
 
 
213
Dandridge → Elsing Green
Dandridge → Elsing Green
 
 
214
Dandridge → The Bower
Dandridge → The Bower
 
 
215
Davis → George
Davis → George
 
 
216
Davis → Graceland, front
Davis → Graceland, front
Summer home of Henry Gassaway Davis, front view. 
 
217
Davis → Graceland, night
Davis → Graceland, night
Summer home of Henry Gassaway Davis, at night. 
 
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Davis → Graceland, side
Davis → Graceland, side
Summer home of Henry Gassaway Davis, from side. 
 
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Davis → Graceland, top
Davis → Graceland, top
Summr home of Henry Gassaway Davis, from above. 
 
220
Davis → Henry Gassaway
Davis → Henry Gassaway
 
 
221
Davis → John Littleton
Davis → John Littleton
 
 
222
Davis → John Littleton, home
Davis → John Littleton, home
 
 
223
Davis → Kate, Henry, Katherine, & Hallie
Davis → Kate, Henry, Katherine, & Hallie
 
 
224
Davis → Maria-Louise
Davis → Maria-Louise
 
 
225
de Jarnette → Joseph Spencer
de Jarnette → Joseph Spencer
 
 
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de Jarnette → Pine Forest
de Jarnette → Pine Forest
Pine Forest is of Colonial architecture with corinthian columns flanking the fornt and rear proches. There are twenty rooms in the house, including a basement, first and second floors. The dining room is in the basement. The front steps are of stone and very much worn from the countless feet that have trod them during the hundred years of ist existence. The kitchen is located about 50 feet from the main house supplied with a fireplace and brick oven. The cooking was done in the basement and the upper story was used for sleeping quarters for the kitchen staff. Both houses are of brick. The Manor house is located on a hill about one mile from the highway with spacious grounds and surrounded by large trees of oak, walnut and hickory. It overlooks North East Creek. The estate was originaly 2700 acres, an original land grant. At present it consists of 1200 acres. 
 
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de Jarnette → Spring Grove
de Jarnette → Spring Grove
National Register of Historic Places #76002097
Oak Corner, Caroline County Virginia 
 
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de Jarnette → Poplar Grove
de Jarnette → Poplar Grove
 
 
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deJarnette → home, Hampton Manor
deJarnette → home, Hampton Manor
Surrealist artist Salvador Daili at easel in front of Hampton Manor, designed by Thomas Jefferson and built in 1835 by Daniel DeJarnette, as African-American household staff members pose for his painting which will capture the spirit of the old South. 
 
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Delmas → Antoinette - home
Delmas → Antoinette - home
1826 Whitley Boulevard, Los Angeles 
 
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Delmas → Delphin
Delmas → Delphin
D. M. Delmas drawing from The New York Times 
 
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Delmas → house
Delmas → house
2997 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco 
 
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Delmas → house next door
Delmas → house next door
2999 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco 
 
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Delmas → Ella F. Sheehan
Delmas → Ella F. Sheehan
 
 
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Diemer → Bertha Ann
Diemer → Bertha Ann
 
 
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Doran → Myrtle Jane
Doran → Myrtle Jane
 
 
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Doster → Frank
Doster → Frank
 
 
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Douglas → Castle Dalkeith
Douglas → Castle Dalkeith
Dalkeith Castle was located to the north east of Dalkeith, and was originally in the hands of the Grahams in the 12th century and given to the Douglas family in the early 14th Century. James Douglas of Dalkeith became the Earl of Morton in the mid 15th century. The castle was strategically located in an easily defensible position above a bend in the River North Esk. In 1543, Cardinal David Beaton of St. Andrews was imprisoned in Dalkeith Castle. It was forced open and destroyed by the English in 1547, and in 1575 the James Douglas, 4th Earl of Morton built a new castle there. Many years later, the 8th Earl of Morton sold the Castle and Estate to King Charles I and the Policies became his hunting ground. Dalkeith Castle and grounds were resold to Morton and then again in 1642 to the 2nd Earl of Buccleuch.

The 2nd Earl of Buccleuch's daughter married the Duke of Monmouth, eldest illegitimate son of Charles II. They became Duke and Duchess of Monmouth & Buccleuch. After the Duke of Monmouth had been executed for treason, Anne Scott, his widow, who held the Scottish title in her own right, asked architect James Smith to use William of Orange's Palace of Het Loo in the Netherlands as a model for Dalkeith Palace.

(Castle Recontructions by Andrew Spratt, http://www.maybole.org/history/castles/index.htm) 
 
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Douglas → Dalmahoy House
Douglas → Dalmahoy House
A former seat of the Earls of Morton, Dalmahoy House lies 1¼ miles (2 km) southeast of Ratho on the western edge of the City of Edinburgh Council Area. This fine baronial mansion was built in 1725 by architect William Adam (1689 - 1748) for George Dalrymple, Lord Dalmahoy (1680 - 1745). It was sold to James Douglas, 14th Earl Morton c. 1750. The house comprises three storeys arranged in seven bays. The east front retains its sandstone details contrasted against harled walls, but the west front was significantly altered in the 19th century. An additional wing was built in 1787 by Alexander Laing (d.1823) and an entrance porch was added to the west front in 1830 by William Burn (1789 - 1870).

The house was restored and extended in 1990 as part of its conversion to a luxury hotel, golf and country club. The hotel includes a sport and leisure club, with swimming pool, sauna and gym.

The mansion is set in 405 ha (1000 acres) of wooded parkland in the shadow of the Pentland Hills. It is still owned by the present earl of Morton, but is let on a long lease. 
 
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Douglas → Lady Margaret
Douglas → Lady Margaret
 
 
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Drury → Lacy
Drury → Lacy
Reverend, D.D. 
 
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du Pont → Eleuthère Irénée
du Pont → Eleuthère Irénée
 
 
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du Pont → Henry Algernon
du Pont → Henry Algernon
 
 
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du Pont → Henry Francis
du Pont → Henry Francis
 
 
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du Pont → Henry Francis & Ruth Wales
du Pont → Henry Francis & Ruth Wales
 
 
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du Pont → Pierre Samuel
du Pont → Pierre Samuel
 
 
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Dunlevy → Lucy
Dunlevy → Lucy
 
 
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Dunlevy → Mary Elizebeth
Dunlevy → Mary Elizebeth
 
 
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Early → Jubal A.
Early → Jubal A.
 
 
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Edmondson → Sophia Meek
Edmondson → Sophia Meek
 
 

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