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Jeffersonville, Ohio 6th Grade Class 1937-1938

Jeffersonville, Ohio 6th Grade Class 1937-1938

This is the 6th grade class in Jeffersonville, OH 1937-1938.
Left to Right:
Front Row: 1. Maywood Hidy, 2. Chester Shoemaker, 3. UNK, 4. William Lower, 5. Joe Knecht, 6. James Wendell Vannorsdall, 7. Kenny Cook, 8. George Brown.

2nd Row: 1. Freda Leeth, 2. Janet Housman, 3. UNK, 4. Oletta (?) Cook, 5. Elmarine Dodds, 6. Jannie Armstrong, 7. Elizabeth Sears, 8. Eva Marie Hauck.

3rd Row: 1. Eddie Agle, 2. Wilford Hines, 3. Mildred Sims, 4. Pearl Smith, 5. Patricia Garner, 6. Mildred Simeral, 7. Freida Pierce, 8. Rosemary Butcher, 9. Leo Duncan, 10. Joe Hidy, 11. Ralph Detty

4th Row: 1. James Sharp, 2. Adam Boysel, 3. Dick Housman, 4. UNK, 5. Robert Baker, 6. Cleo Whiteside, 7. John Sharp, 8. Frank Snyder (possibly), 9. Richard Duncan and the teacher: Paul Daugherty

Comments

Armstrong

Hi, my name is Jamie R. (Armstrong) Shirah. And we are in the process of looking up family members for our family tree. Most of our Armstrongs were from OH. We got as far as my GGG Grandfather (James Armstrong b.1818) and we are stuck now.
Just wondering if our Armstrongs are related.

Jamie R. Shirah

Jamie, I have traced my

Jamie,

I have traced my Armstrongs back to 1745 coming from VA. The first Armstrong I found in OH was John S. Armstrong (1807-1865) and he settled in Adams County, Ohio. My line stayed in Adams County until my great grandparents moved to Fayette County.

Leslie

Armstrong

Leslie, I know it has been many years since this last post. I am trying to find more time to look into the Armstrongs again to see where I can get. Would you be willing to shre your info with me?

Jamie R Armstrong Shirah

Woah-seventy year old picture!

WOW!!! I love this picture. It really brings you into the scene! cool! Is your grandmother still alive?

No my grandmother died in

No my grandmother died in 1983.

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