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Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona Delegates Woodmen of the World Convention, 1915

Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona Delegates Woodmen of the World Convention, 1915

Texas, New Mexico and Arizona Delegates to the Woodmen of the World Convention in St. Paul, MN in July 1915.

W. A. Fraser, front row with two little girls in front of him

Methodist Church Men, Clarksville, Arkansas

Methodist Church Men, Clarksville, Arkansas

Toliver G. Blackard, Thomas K. May, J. P. Mitchell, Henry B. Hays, Major Thompson, and Seth J. Howell

All members of the Methodist Church in Clarksville, AR.

Roland Edward Cecil's Blacksmith Shop, Union County, Kentucky

Roland Edward Cecil's Blacksmith Shop, Union County, Kentucky

Roland Edward Cecil, Born: November 27, 1867 Union County, Kentucky
Died: February 2, 1940 Christian, Union County, Kentucky
Burial: St. Vincent Catholic Church, Union Co., Kentucky

Robert Willis Edwards

Robert Willis Edwards

Senior at Newport News High School, Newport News, VA in 1923. He was "Wittiest".

Photo from the Newport News High School, The Beacon June 1923 yearbook

Robert Samuel Brooks and Bessie Lee Hamblen

Robert Samuel Brooks and Bessie Lee Hamblen

Robert Samuel Brooks born 1882 Nebraska died 1860 Vallejo Calif. & Bessie Lee (Hamblen) Brooks born 1892 Iowa, died 1937 Vallejo, Calif, resting place, Sunrise Memorial, Vallejo Calif.

Robert S. Brooks parents are Moses Brooks of Michigan, born abt 1856 died unknown & Mary Allen Brooks, of Georgia, born abt 1860, died unknown.

Bessie Lee Hamblen Brooks parents are John E. Hamblen of Indiana born 1859 (died 1932 Vallejo, Calif.) & Clara Belle (Allen) Hamblen of Indiana born 1855 (died 1920 Vallejo, Calif.) Resting place for John and Clara Belle Hamblen is Sunrise memorial cemetery, Vallejo, Calif.

Submitted by Mahreet Greenlaw, granddaughter

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