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Pitts Family Gathering abt 1912
Pitts Gathering abt 1912 in Big Cabin, Craig Co., Oklahoma (Children and grandchildren of Alexander L. & Martha Ann (Huckaby) Pitts)
Left to Right
Pitts family gathering around 1912 - Location near Big Cabin, Craig Co., OK at Alexander L. Pitts' Ranch, Photographer was Allena (Dunaway) Pitts; she was very big pregnant at the time and didn't want to look big in the photo.
Children and grandchildren of Alex L. & Martha (Huckaby) Pitts
Left to Right
Boy on horse: Lewis Lucian Pitts b. 1904, son of Joe Pitts
Alexander L. Pitts
Martha Ann (Huckaby) Pitts, his wife
Tall man: Joseph Carroll "Joe" Pitts
Woman behind chair: Rueldine states that "this has to be Mary Virginia "Ginnie" (Pitts) Hackett"
Baby in chair: Helen Hacker
Man with hat: Jim Hacker
Boy child in front of man with hat: One of Joe's boys, Curtis L. Pitts b. c 1908
Woman R of man with hat: A girlfriend of Bertha (Pitts) Clagett. Name not known.
Girl child in front of woman: Joe's younger daughter, Viola Opal Pitts b. c 1906
Young man 4th from the left â€“ Albert Pitts b. 1890
Girl in front of Albert Pitts : Joe's daughter, Ruby (Pitts) Harmon (she had an older sister and younger sister)
Girl standing R of Albert - Bertha (Pitts) Claggett b. 1894
Young girl standing in front of to the R: Joe's oldest daughter, Lydia Pitts b. c 1901
Young Man 2nd from the R - Frank Pitts (thin face) b. 1892
Young Man on the far R - Dee Pitts (round/square face) b. 1888
Photo provided to me by Ken Claggett. Aunt Rueldine said she remembered this photo being in her house when she was younger. Notice the lightening rod between Alex and Martha on the corner of the house. It is the only ranch around with a lightening rod like this.
Do you recognize anyone? Can you help with the identifications? Please let Melinda know.
Submitted by Melinda Pennington, Photo courtesy of Ken Claggett