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Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon
Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon
 
 
1102
Mary Tudor, Queen of France (1496-1533)
Mary Tudor, Queen of France (1496-1533)

the third daughter of Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York, was an English princess. Mary became the third wife of Louis XII of France, more than 30 years her senior. Following his death, she married Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk. The marriage, which was performed secretly in France, took place during her brother's reign and without his consent. This necessitated the intervention of Thomas Wolsey and although the couple were eventually pardoned by Henry VIII, they were forced to pay a large fine.

Mary's second marriage produced four children; and through her eldest daughter Frances, Mary was the maternal grandmother of Lady Jane Grey, who was the de facto monarch of England for a little over a week in July 1553. 
 
1103
Mary Vida Campen Gillentine (1874-1961)
Mary Vida Campen Gillentine (1874-1961)
Photo credit to Walter L. Gillentine, grandson... 
 
1104
Mary Washington's Home
Mary Washington's Home

Closeup of the Mary Ball Washington House (1772-1789) in Fredericksburg, Virginia, purchased for by her son, George Washingtion 
 
1105
Mary with her family...
Mary with her family...
Mary Ann Hershberger and her children, front and back, and Mary as an older woman. Mary was a Dunkard which later became the Church of the Brethren which explains her plain dress.

Here are my tentative identifications:

Front row: I suspect the Hennessee daughters are the ones in front. They look younger than the others. Della M. Hennessee (1884-1904), and Lydia Jane Hennessee (1886-1911).

Second row: The man in the second row is probably Benjamin Franklin Dyer (1874-1944).

Third row: The man is Emanuel Marcellus Dyer (1871-1944). The woman beside him with her hand on his shoulder is probably his wife Mathursa Jane Carr (1877-1912). They were married in 1890.

The other two women are probably her daughters Lousettie Elizabeth Dyer (1878-1934), and Almeda Viola Dyer (1881-?). I have no way of knowing which is which.

Cordially,

Rose Ann Husted
 
 
1106
Mary, Queen of Scots 

(8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587)
Mary, Queen of Scots (8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587)
 
 
1107
Matilda of Scotland, Queen of England (1080-1118)
Matilda of Scotland, Queen of England (1080-1118)

Her court was filled with musicians and poets; she commissioned a monk, possibly Thurgot, to write a biography of her mother, Saint Margaret. She was an active queen and, like her mother, was renowned for her devotion to religion and the poor. William of Malmesbury describes her as attending church barefoot at Lent, and washing the feet and kissing the hands of the sick. Matilda exhibited a particular interest in leprosy, founding at least two leper hospitals, including the institution that later became the parish church of St Giles-in-the-Fields. [17] She also administered extensive dower properties and was known as a patron of the arts, especially music. 
 
1108
Matthew Peter Swiatek (1973-
Matthew Peter Swiatek (1973-
Matt was "Best Man" for his 1st cousin, Clayton John "CJ" Dumas...

Photo provided by Mommie... 
 
1109
Mattie Roxy Woods Harrison (1874-1967)
Mattie Roxy Woods Harrison (1874-1967)
Photo provided by grandson, Bobby Ray Hennessee (1936- 
 
1110
Mattie Sykes Bethell
Mattie Sykes Bethell

Photo contributed by her great grandson, Richard Harold Bethell, April 23, 2015 
 
1111
Maurice FitzGerald, Lord of Maynooth, Naas, and Llanstephan
Maurice FitzGerald, Lord of Maynooth, Naas, and Llanstephan

(c. 1105 - September 1176)

Ancient forefather of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars

A drawing of Maurice FitzGerald from a manuscript of the Expugnatio Hibernica, an account of the 1169 invasion of Ireland written in 1189 by Maurice's nephew, Gerald of Wales. 
 
1112
May visits family in Marblehead, Massachusetts...
May visits family in Marblehead, Massachusetts...
 
 
1113
Mazel McMillen Baytes May 5, 1913-September 18, 2011
Mazel McMillen Baytes May 5, 1913-September 18, 2011
 
 
1114
Medieval Wales, showing Deheubarth in the southwest
Medieval Wales, showing Deheubarth in the southwest
 
 
1115
Medwin Louise Logsdon McEntire Karlik (1918-2005)
Medwin Louise Logsdon McEntire Karlik (1918-2005)
Photo provided by Betty Jo Jones McEntire < bettyjm42@aol.com > 
 
1116
Megan Elizabeth Mitchell
Megan Elizabeth Mitchell

Photo taken in 2005 by her devoted mother, Karen Mitchell... 
 
1117
Megan in Oregon...
Megan in Oregon...
 
 
1118
Melba Sue Deal Hennessee (1922-2008)
Melba Sue Deal Hennessee (1922-2008)
 
 
1119
Melissa Emaline Goodson Hennessee (1888-1957)
Melissa Emaline Goodson Hennessee (1888-1957)
 
 
1120
Melvin & Maggie George
Melvin & Maggie George
This is a picture of Melvin J. George, born November 27, 1892 in Laurelburg, Van Buren County, Tennessee, and his wife, Maggie Cole George taken on their 50th anniversary in the Centertown Community Center. I am not sure what newspaper this was in. I'm assuming it was either in Van Buren or Warren County, Tennessee. They were married September 13, 1920 and had four children: Lloyd George, Colbert George, Hulen George, and Christine George Hall. Melvin George was the brother of my great-grandmother, Hannah George Martin. Melvin was the son of James Madison George and Margaret E. Priest George and the grandson of Mathew George and Nancy Seamons. In 1970, they lived in McMinnville, Tennessee.

Photo provided by Carolyn Bethany  
 
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Merl Edward Railsback (1924-2009)
Merl Edward Railsback (1924-2009)
Dad was in the Army/Air Force in WWII, stationed in Guam.
He flew over Tokyo on V-J Day. (Victory over Japan) According to a book World War II from Yuma Colorado he had the following medals: American Campaign, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign, Good Conduc, Distinguished Unit Bade, World War II Victory Medal.

...Daughter Donna Kay Railsback 
 
1122
Micajah Terry 'Cager T.' Gillentine (1821-1905)
Micajah Terry "Cager T." Gillentine (1821-1905)
 
 
1123
Michael Cornett (1952-
Michael Cornett (1952-
 
 
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Michael Jerome Hennessee (1977-2010)
Michael Jerome Hennessee (1977-2010)
A wonderful husband, father and friend, who always thought and cared for others, passed away after an accident while working on his mother-in-law's car.  
 
1125
Mihlon & Charles Carter
Mihlon & Charles Carter
Millard Mihlon Hennessee Carter (1918-1998)
Charles Theodore Carter (1922-2003) 
 
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Mihlon's (1918-1998) Children...
Mihlon's (1918-1998) Children...
Left to Right:

John Rhodes Carter (1958-
Charles Theodore Carter Jr. (1946-
Richard Campbell Carter (1947-
Jo Carter Schipani (1945'

Photo supplied by Shelley Carter Lee (1968-

 
 
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Mike & Mary Helton's Family
Mike & Mary Helton's Family
Photo courtesy of Lesley...lesleyjon@yahoo.com 
 
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Mildred Rose Fruge Hennessee (1919-2010)
Mildred Rose Fruge Hennessee (1919-2010)
Mildred met and married "Doc" Hennessee at the 19 years of age. She was dedicated to her family and supported Doc in his work...Phyllis White Hennessee
 
 
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Millard Tate Hennessee, Jr. (1924-)
Millard Tate Hennessee, Jr. (1924-)
 
 
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Millom Castle
Millom Castle
Millom castle was built by Godard de Boyvil who was in possession of the first manor of Millom. The Lordship of Millom at this time, was such a senior position, that it had complete jurisdictional independence, meaning that sheriff of the county could not enter the castle uninvited!

The castle later passed to the Huddleston family after the last de Boyvil died with no male heir. The castle saw action during the English Civil War, and was badly damaged in a one canon attack in 1648.

 
 
1131
Mimi & Me
Mimi & Me
I ran across this photo while cleaning out a closet where Mimi had put it away. We were always so happy to be with each other... 
 
1132
Mimi's Beautiful Garden...
Mimi's Beautiful Garden...
 
 
1133
Minnie Florence Hennessee Fisher (1867-1883)
Minnie Florence Hennessee Fisher (1867-1883)
 
 
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Minnie Florence Hennessee Fisher (1867-1897)
Minnie Florence Hennessee Fisher (1867-1897)
 
 
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Minnie Florence Hennessee Fisher (1867-1897)
Minnie Florence Hennessee Fisher (1867-1897)
 
 
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Minnie Lou Barnes Byars (1887-1967)
Minnie Lou Barnes Byars (1887-1967)
 
 
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Mira Josephine Hennessee Jones (1861-1917)
Mira Josephine Hennessee Jones (1861-1917)
Photo provided by Stephen Lamar Jones, June 22, 2014 
 
1138
Miranda Jane 'Jennie' Moore Hillis (1843-1925)
Miranda Jane "Jennie" Moore Hillis (1843-1925)
Photo courtesy of Ladye Jane Hunter Martin... 
 
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Miriam Virginia Phillips Hennessee (1925-2005)
Miriam Virginia Phillips Hennessee (1925-2005)
Miriam worked for several years in the Bank of North Wilkesboro, as a teller, where she was known and trusted by the entire Wilkes Community. Her family entrusted the bookkeeping for its real property to her for her whole adult life. But her real passion was homemaking, in the grand style of Southern women for many generations past, and her table was always overflowing with fresh baked biscuits, pies and cakes complementing big plates of fried chicken and garden vegetables. For more than fifty years, her husband, her children, and her grandchildren, and many of their friends, rushed to sit at her table and praise her cooking, to her great delight and joy.

 
 
1140
Mollie E. Hennessee
Mollie E. Hennessee
ASSOCIATE, TUETH KEENEY COOPER MOHAN & JACKSTADT, ST. LOUIS

By: David Baugher, October 12, 2016

Practice Areas: Immigration, higher education, school, employment, litigation

Law school: Saint Louis University

Mollie E. Hennessee’s skill set is certainly diverse. Ranging from immigration to higher education to employment matters, this former intern for U.S. District Court Judge Catherine D. Perry has a broad perspective on many areas of the law but colleagues know she displays expertise in all of them. 
 
1141
Mom
Mom

Lucile Byars Hennessee (1918-2008)

Photo taken in 1998 
 
1142
Mom & Dad, summer of 1985 at Aunt Pearl's back porch
Mom & Dad, summer of 1985 at Aunt Pearl's back porch
 
 
1143
Mom & Me
Mom & Me
This photo was taken in September of 1999 and submitted by cousin Christine. Note Porsche "Boxster" behind us... 
 
1144
Mom, Joe Don & Judy
Mom, Joe Don & Judy
 
 
1145
Momma in California...
Momma in California...
Momma & daughter, Betty, moved to California in the early 1950's

On the back of the photo, in her hand-writing;

"here I am getting some oranges off my tree in the back yard. I will send you kids some when they get a little sweeter..." 
 
1146
Mommie's Kids...
Mommie's Kids...

Sheila
Mommie
Jupe
Jean 
 
1147
Monroe & Dora Long Family
Monroe & Dora Long Family

Left to Right:

Elzie D. Long (1903
Monroe Anderson Long (1874-1930)
Alma Melissa Long Hennessee (1905-1961)
Dora Saffell Long (1879-1966)
Faithie Alberta Long Hennessee (1899-1986)

Photo taken in Lawrence County, Arkansas, circa 1910 and provided by his great grandson, Jerry Wayne Still


 
 
1148
Monument of Sir William Gascoigne and his wife Margaret Percy, c. 1487
Monument of Sir William Gascoigne and his wife Margaret Percy, c. 1487
The photograph was taken by Geoffrey Wheeler. The tombs are at Harewood All Saints, Yorkshire, in the care of the Redundant Churches Fund, Queen Victoria Street, London EC4 
 
1149
Monument of Sir William Gascoigne, Lord Chief Justice and his wife Elizabeth Mowbray, c. 1419.
Monument of Sir William Gascoigne, Lord Chief Justice and his wife Elizabeth Mowbray, c. 1419.
The photograph was taken by Geoffrey Wheeler. The tombs are at Harewood All Saints, Yorkshire, in the care of the Redundant Churches Fund, Queen Victoria Street, London EC4 
 
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Monument probably of Sir William Gascoigne and his wife Margaret Clarell, c. 1465
Monument probably of Sir William Gascoigne and his wife Margaret Clarell, c. 1465
The photograph was taken by Geoffrey Wheeler. The tombs are at Harewood All Saints, Yorkshire, in the care of the Redundant Churches Fund, Queen Victoria Street, London EC4 
 
1151
More Children...
More Children...
 
 
1152
More Family...
More Family...
 
 
1153
More Gooch Family...
More Gooch Family...
Top row, Left to right: Aunt Wealthie, Aunt Nannie Underwood, Ida Wallace, Florence Richards
Bottom row: Percy Gooch and Joe Gooch at bottom.
East side of Aunt Nannie Underwood's old log house.

Photo provided by great grandson, Clay Underwood, March 9, 2016 
 
1154
Mort & Nora Hennessee
Mort & Nora Hennessee
William Mortimer "Mort" Hennessee (1885-1960)
Carrie Ruth Campbell Hennessee (1890-1962) 
 
1155
Moses Rhea (1770-1830)
Moses Rhea (1770-1830)
Reverend John Rhea (Rea/Rae/Ray). Moses was born in Virginia in 1770 and died in 1830 in Warren County, TN. He married his wife, Hannah Ritter in 1795. Contributed by Karen Gittel and found on http://ancientfaces.com 
 
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Mother & Daughter
Mother & Daughter
Standing is Vernia Elivira "Ma Byars" Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
and sitting is her mother, Rebecca "Aunt Becky" Goodson Swindle (1848-1930). She was known as, "Aunt Becky, the midwife" as she midwifed a great number of children born in White County. As a matter of fact, she midwifed Robert "Murlis" Wright, husband of her granddaughter, Bessie Lee Byars Wright.

This photo was provided October 30, 2015, by Christine Bess Cornett, which was found at her mother's home, Pearl Byars Bess Fultz, another granddaughter of Aunt Becky... 
 
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Mother & Daughter
Mother & Daughter
 
 
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Mother & Daughter...
Mother & Daughter...

Laura Nelle Halcum Hanson (1918-1998)
Paula Ann "Ann" Hanson Brentnall (1937-

Photo taken in 1939 and provided by her loving daughter, Paula Ann Hanson Brentnall | bnall41@comcast.net 
 
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Mother & Daughter...
Mother & Daughter...
Photo supplied by Robert & Angelia Bratcher Bess, late December, 2016. Site location is Aunt Pearl's in the late eighties. 
 
1160
Mother & Daughter...
Mother & Daughter...
Photo supplied by Robert & Angelia Bratcher Bess, late December, 2016 
 
1161
Mother & Daughters
Mother & Daughters
Megan, Emily & Karen

Photo taken in 2006 and provided by proud Mom, Karen... 
 
1162
Mother & Son
Mother & Son
Russell Kimsey Hennessee (1875-1951)
Elizabeth Caroline Johnson Hennessee (1836-1889)
Photo taken circa 1887 in Burke County, North Carolina and provided Robert Floyd Hennessee (1925- 
 
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Mother & Son...
Mother & Son...

Joyce Whitlock Hennessee (1927-2002)
Samuel Dennis "Sam" Hennessee (1947-

Photo taken in 1949, Strawberry, Arkansas, courtesy of Jerry Wayne Still 
 
1164
Mother & Sons
Mother & Sons
I, David Alden Hennessee (1942-
Mom, Lucile Byars Hennessee (1918-2008)
Brother, Fred Byars Hennessee (1950-1985)

circa 1953, in Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 
 
1165
Mother and child...
Mother and child...
Ruby Jordan Hennessee with James Milton Hennessee, Sr. (1953-1999) 
 
1166
Mother Wright & Family
Mother Wright & Family
Mother-in-Law, Sarah Elizabeth "Betty" Womack McPeak (1863-1938)
Daughter, Mozelle Wright
Son, Robert Murlis Wright (1925-2004)
Mary Elvira "Mother Wright" McPeak Wright (1902-1966)
Daughter, Girthurie Wright

Photo taken in White County, Tennessee, circa 1935 and donated by her grand-daughter, Debra Joyce Wright George (1956- 
 
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Mother Wright (1904-1966)
Mother Wright (1904-1966)
On her lap is grandson, Kenneth Reed Wright (1955-
On the couch with her is granddaughter, Janet Lynn Robbins Garrett (1951-
Photo taken early Spring '55 in Detroit, Michigan 
 
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Mother Wright (1904-1966) and Aunt Bessie (1925-
Mother Wright (1904-1966) and Aunt Bessie (1925-
Picture taken on Madison Street, Detroit, Michigan on Mother's Day, 1949 
 
1169
Mother's Family - A Day at the Beach - Riviera Beach, Florida, in July of 1961
Mother's Family - A Day at the Beach - Riviera Beach, Florida, in July of 1961
Standing far left in her son, David (1942- ,next to him is her sister, Margie Sue Byars DeCuennick (1930-1997), far right is Uncle Jack DeCuennick (1928-2010), behind him on his left is my brother, Fred Byars Hennessee (1950-1985), forward on the inner-tube is Kenny Wright (1955-, behind him and to his left is our cousin, Dawn Marie DeCuennick Cline (1959-). Do not recognize the others...DAH 
 
1170
Mr. John D. Herndon (1865-1926
Mr. John D. Herndon (1865-1926
 
 
1171
Mr. Robert Floyd Hennessee
Mr. Robert Floyd Hennessee
sits at his work station in Berkeley's Habitat for Humanity. At 92 years old, he said he doesn't miss many volunteer days. 
 
1172
Muncaster Castle
Muncaster Castle
is a privately owned castle overlooking the Esk river, about a mile east of the west-coastal town of Ravenglass in Cumbria, England.

Muncaster Castle is owned by the Pennington family, who have lived at Muncaster for at least 800 years. The Muncaster estate was granted to Alan de Penitone in 1208. The oldest parts of the castle include the Great Hall and the 14th century pele tower, a type of watch-tower fortification unique to the English-Scottish border region.

Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muncaster_Castle

See the video: Copy & Paste ... http://www.muncaster.co.uk

 
 
1173
Murlis & Bessie
Murlis & Bessie
 
 
1174
Murlis Wright & Grand-Parents
Murlis Wright & Grand-Parents
Robert Murlis Wright (1925-2004)
Francis Marion Wright (1867-1935)
Mary Dora Cotton Wright (1871-1948)

Photo taken circa 1928 and contributed by the Murlis Wright family. 
 
1175
My 13th Car
My 13th Car
 
 
1176
My 14th Car
My 14th Car
 
 
1177
My 15th Car
My 15th Car
 
 
1178
My 16th Car
My 16th Car
 
 
1179
My 17th Car (1980)
My 17th Car (1980)
 
 
1180
My 18th Car
My 18th Car
 
 
1181
My 19th Car
My 19th Car
 
 
1182
My 20th Car
My 20th Car
 
 
1183
My 21st thru 27th Cars
My 21st thru 27th Cars
 
 
1184
My DNA Ancestral Map
My DNA Ancestral Map
 
 
1185
My Eighth Car
My Eighth Car
 
 
1186
My Eleventh Car
My Eleventh Car
 
 
1187
My Fifth Car
My Fifth Car
 
 
1188
My First Car
My First Car
 
 
1189
My Fourth Car
My Fourth Car
 
 
1190
My Ninth Car
My Ninth Car
 
 
1191
My Second Car
My Second Car
 
 
1192
My Seventh Car (1965)
My Seventh Car (1965)
 
 
1193
My Sheila about 35
My Sheila about 35

Isn't she beautiful...

Mimi, adieu…

Family and friends celebrated Sheila’s life, 4-6 pm, this past Tuesday, June 7, 2016 at Bear Lakes Country Club. I chose the club as we were married there on March 28, 2004.

Mid-way through the event I spoke a few words, cited a poem, and then Pastor Shaun Blakeley of Christ Fellowship, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, gave a brief homily and benediction.

The room was festooned with beautiful flowers and orchids sent by her friends and mourners. It was a large turn-out. Instead of the 25-30 people I expected, we had in fact, over 85 family and friends.

Trudi found the poem, "She Is Gone!", by David Harkin. I recited it because his instructions would be Sheila’s desire for us…

"You can shed tears that she is gone
or you can smile because she has lived.

You can close your eyes and pray that she’ll come back
or you can open your eyes and see all she’s left.

Your heart can be empty because you can’t see her
or you can be full of the love you shared.

You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday
or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday.

You can remember her and only that she’s gone
or you can cherish her memory and let it live on.

You can remember her and only that she’s gone
or you can cherish her memory and let it live on.

You can cry and close your mind,
be empty and turn your back
or you can do what she’d want:
smile, open your eyes, love and go on."

Family Attendees:

Daughter Tracy Swiatek with partner, Peggy
Daughter Trudi Edwards with husband, Chris, and their daughter, Whitney and son, Andrew
Son Matthew Swiatek
Brother John R. Mynatt, with Gail, his wife, Rhonda, his daughter, Johnnie, his son and Philip, Johnnie's son
Nephew C.J. Dumas
Husband David Hennessee



Friends who signed the guest book (some of the signatures were illegible):

Joe Marttirano (attended our wedding)
Paul Johnston
Candace Keen
Bud Blount (attended our wedding)
Carole Lee
Jean & Wayne Meisenzahl (attended our wedding)
Ann & Ernie Borgese (attended our wedding)
Victor Carlucci
Martha Johnson
Patty Markic
Dana Haverman
Deb & Sissy
Mary Lovely
Laurie Lovely
Chris Lovely
Richard Frechette
Lisa & Joe Arrigo
Christiane & Joe Fox (attended our wedding)
John & Donna Wilson
Tammy Horner
Pat Schmidt
Bruce & Mrs. MacDonald
Dick Mazzola
Mauricio & Angela Prettel with their daughter, Isabella
Michael Arconti
Dana & Angie Quigley
Shaun Blakeney
Greg Martzoff
Ted Strelec
Gabriela Goldstein, our family doctor
Merridith Gustafson (attended our wedding)
Michael McDonald
Geoff & Janice Thomas (attended our wedding)
Geroge & Lila Cornell
Daniel Newman
Tina Rosenna
Arthur & Barbara Malaussena
Luiza Torres
Kitty Mollenberg (attended our wedding)
Joanne Ciccotti
Linda DeFrehn
Pat & Pixie Cary
Pat Sheridan

After the celebration, the family dined at Bellagio’s in City Place, West Palm Beach, Florida for more reminiscences and a final good-bye…

Nephew Johnnie was afraid that his 4-year old son Philip would disrupt the table with his youthful & playful antics and disturb the older members of the family. In retrospect, I now think that this toe-headed, animated, young boy was a perfect example of, “Life is for the living”.

This is my last message.

Sheila was my wife, my lover, my best friend and we truly were ordained as one.

I cannot picture my future without her. Everything in my life and this house reminds me of her yet I do know that “time heals all wounds”.

Hurry time, hurry…

David











 
 
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My Sixth Car (1964)
My Sixth Car (1964)
 
 
1195
My Third Car
My Third Car
 
 
1196
My Twelfth Car
My Twelfth Car
 
 
1197
My Uncle Bill, the barber...
My Uncle Bill, the barber...
 
 
1198
Myra Catherine Hennessee Vaughn (1876-1952)
Myra Catherine Hennessee Vaughn (1876-1952)
 
 
1199
Nancy Amanda Hennessee Gillentine (1822-1907)
Nancy Amanda Hennessee Gillentine (1822-1907)
 
 
1200
Nancy Ann Boyd Webb (1903-1988)
Nancy Ann Boyd Webb (1903-1988)
Photograph provided by Kathie Fisher Farmer [farmer10@tds.net] 
 

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