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Nancy Ellen Clark Moore (1882-1908)
Nancy Ellen Clark Moore (1882-1908)
Photograph supplied by Kathie Fisher Farmer [farmer10@tds.net] 
 
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Nancy Ellen Clark Moore (1882-1908)
Nancy Ellen Clark Moore (1882-1908)
Photograph supplied by her great graddaughter, Kathie Fisher Farmer [farmer10@tds.net] 
 
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Nancy Ellen Clark Moore (1882-1908) with unidentified family members...
Nancy Ellen Clark Moore (1882-1908) with unidentified family members...
Nancy Ellen Clark Moore (1882-1908) is lower left.


Photograph supplied by Kathie Fisher Farmer [farmer10@tds.net] 
 
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Nancy Franks Hash (1822-1905)
Nancy Franks Hash (1822-1905)
interred at Rock Island Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee 
 
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Nancy Hand Byars (1812-1887)
Nancy Hand Byars (1812-1887)
 
 
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Nancy Hand Byars (1812-1887) and family...
Nancy Hand Byars (1812-1887) and family...
Standing, Left-Right

John Lanier Byars (1845-1901
Malvina Purser Byars (1844-1875)
Jane Byars (1841-1908)

Seated, Left-Right

Nancy Hand Byars (1812-1887)
Joseph Gill Byars (1849-1913) holding
Nancy Ophelia Byars Clark (1870-1943)
Mary Purser Byars (1850-1917) holding
Ellen Florence Byars Hennessee Martin (1871-1953)

Photo provided by Bob McClain 
 
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Narcissa Hutson Fisher (1816-1891)
Narcissa Hutson Fisher (1816-1891)
 
 
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Nathan Asbury Byars (1883-1958)
Nathan Asbury Byars (1883-1958)
 
 
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Nathan Asbury Byars (1883-1958)
Nathan Asbury Byars (1883-1958)
 
 
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Nathan Byars (1808-1894)
Nathan Byars (1808-1894)
 
 
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Nathan Byars' Homeplace
Nathan Byars' Homeplace

Located at the Cowpens National Battleground, Cherokee County, South Carolina.

A house believed to have been built by Nathan Byars was still standing near his grave site as late as 1974. A recommendation to restore the home was made at that time by the National Park Service, but apparently they were unable to perform the restoration and the house was torn down sometime in the 1970s or 1980s. The following photos are thought to be of this house and were obtained by a Byars family member from the files of the National Park Service. 
 
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Naworth Castle, Cumberland, England
Naworth Castle, Cumberland, England
home of Sir Thomas Dacre, 6th Baron Dacre of Gilsland (1387-1458)

Dacre married, before 20 July 1399, Philippa de Neville, the third daughter of Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland, by his first wife, Margaret Stafford.[1]

They had seven sons and two daughters:[2]

Sir Thomas Dacre (d. before 5 January 1458), who married Elizabeth Bowet, and by her had two daughters, Joan Dacre, suo jure 7th Baroness Dacre, wife of Richard Fiennes, and Philippa Dacre, wife of Sir Robert Fiennes.[3]
Randolph Dacre, 1st Baron Dacre of the North, who married Eleanor FitzHugh,[citation needed] by whom he had no issue. He was slain at the Battle of Towton on 29 March 1461, and attainted, whereby his title was forfeited.[4]
Humphrey Dacre, 1st Baron Dacre of Gilsland (d. 30 May 1485), who married Mabel Parr (d. 14 November 1508), and by her had six sons and three daughters.[5]
Ralph Dacre.
Richard Dacre.
George Dacre.
John Dacre.
Joan Dacre, who married Thomas Clifford, 8th Baron de Clifford.
Margaret Dacre, who married John le Scrope.
Dacre died 5 January 1458. The date of his wife Philippa's death is unknown, although she was living 8 July 1453. 
 
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Ned & Lizzie Helton
Ned & Lizzie Helton
 
 
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Nellie Bell Hennessee Halcum (1898-1995)
Nellie Bell Hennessee Halcum (1898-1995)
Nell Halcum grew up in Lawrence County near Walnut Ridge. She was the daughter of Joseph Hennessee and Parrie Bottoms Hennessee.

While attending the Sloan Hendrix Academy in Imboden, she met her husband, William M. Halcum, who died in 1959.

Her ashes were scattered at the cemetery, and a gravestone placed in her memory.  
 
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Neva Mae Harris Gray (1902-1983)
Neva Mae Harris Gray (1902-1983)
 
 
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New Arrival...
New Arrival...

Father David Brian Farmer with his new-born son, Will, included are his daughters Hallie & Helmsley.

Photo sent in by proud grandmother, Kathie Fisher Farmer, November 20, 2013 
 
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New Bildad Primitive Baptist Church
New Bildad Primitive Baptist Church
New Bildad Primitive Baptist to Celebrate 200 Years

It's one of the oldest churches in DeKalb County and this week, the congregation of the New Bildad Primitive Baptist Church is celebrating 200 years of service to the Lord.

Elder Ricky Arnold, pastor of the church, invites everyone to join them. "Starting this Thursday night, June 18th, the New Bildad Primitive Baptist Church celebrates it's 200th anniversary. The church was constituted in June 1809. It lettered from the Brush Creek Primitive Baptist Church, which is still in existence."

"The New Bildad Primitive Baptist Church has been in the Seven Springs-Keltonburg community for 200 years now. We wanted to take the opportunity to celebrate and to thank God for His amazing Grace. In 200 years, the church has probably touched the lives of a lot of people and families that are here in DeKalb County. We'd love for those folks to come back and visit us."

"The church divided in 1854 and the church that became known as Old Bildad changed their original church covenant but the church that became known as New Bildad still holds the church covenant and the Articles of Faith from 1809 and we still practice and worship as they did 200 years ago. We have a rich history and we want to thank God for that." 
 
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Nieta
Nieta
 
 
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Nina Mae Passons Bratcher (1912-2000)
Nina Mae Passons Bratcher (1912-2000)
 
 
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Nora Rhodes Campbell Hennessee (1869-1958)
Nora Rhodes Campbell Hennessee (1869-1958)
 
 
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Norma & Mother
Norma & Mother
 
 
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Norma Gomez
Norma Gomez
 
 
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O.G. & Mimi
O.G. & Mimi
 
 
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Oak Grove Church & Cemetery
Oak Grove Church & Cemetery

The old church was located in Riceville, McMinn County, Tennessee and has been since replaced with a new edifice. Its cemetery is still the burial site for:

Harl Eugene Hennessee (1892-1976) and wife
Fannie Meldora Vincent Hennessee (1893-1962)
Johnie William Hennessee (1916-2007) and wife
Rosa Lee Elkins Hennessee (1920-2008)
James Franklin Harrison (1916-2005) and wife
Ruby Alice Hennessee Harrison (1917-1961)
Arlen Lee Hennessee (1919-1988)
Noah Ross Hennessee (2005-2005) son of Allen & Odessa Hennessee

Painted by Charlotte Hennessee Davis... 
 
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Odie Rowland (1931-2011)
Odie Rowland (1931-2011)
 
 
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Ogle Castle
Ogle Castle
 
 
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OK, Let's get something straight...
OK, Let's get something straight...
'tis I, David Alden Hennessee (1942- . Photo taken in my grandmother's front yard, Warren Street, McMinnville, TN, circa 1947. 
 
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Ol' Boys on the porch...
Ol' Boys on the porch...
"Uncle Bob" Bess (1917-1990)
"Pop" Byars (1894-1968)
"Uncle Pete" Byars (1916-1987)

Photo taken, December, 1961 on Uncle Bob's back porch overlooking the Rocky River in Rock Island. Uncle Bob & Aunt Pearl moved there from Lance Street, McMinnvile, Tennessee.

Photo courtesy of Christine Bess Cornett (1956- 
 
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Old Bildad Primitive Baptist Church, Keltonburg, DeKalb County, Tennessee
Old Bildad Primitive Baptist Church, Keltonburg, DeKalb County, Tennessee
Isaac Cantrell (1782-1840) was of the "Two-Seed-In-The-Spirit" Baptists...

The church was constituted in June 1809. It lettered from the Brush Creek Primitive Baptist Church, which is still in existence.

The church divided in 1854 and the church that became known as Old Bildad changed their original church covenant but the church that became known as New Bildad still holds the church covenant and the Articles of Faith from 1809 and we still practice and worship as they did 200 years ago. The split occured over the dispute regarding the physical resurrection of the saints...Elder Ricky Arnold.


Two-Seed-in-the-Spirit Predestinarian Baptists. More information is available on this 19th century Primitive Baptist sub-set and can be found on Wikipedia...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two-Seed-in-the-Spirit_Predestinarian_Baptists
 
 
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Old Friends ... Mimi, David, Kitty & Mouse
Old Friends ... Mimi, David, Kitty & Mouse
 
 
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Old North Farnham Church
Old North Farnham Church
Source: "Dorothy Durham (1663 - after 1725), No Shrinking Violet, 52 Ancestors #164", by Roberta Estes, posted June 10, 2017, https://dna-explained.com/2017/06/10/dorothy-durham-1663-after-1725-no-shrinking-violet-52-ancestors-164/, retrieved, recorded & uploaded to this website, Saturday, June 10th, 2017, by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com 
 
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Oliver Mynatt Hennessee (2014-
Oliver Mynatt Hennessee (2014-
 
 
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Orville & His Two Boys
Orville & His Two Boys
Ray Fisher (1924-2000)
Kelton Fisher (1902-Unknown)


Photograph supplied by Kathie Fisher Farmer [farmer10@tds.net] 
 
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Orville Stewart Fisher (1897-1971)
Orville Stewart Fisher (1897-1971)
Photograph supplied by Kathie Fisher Farmer [farmer10@tds.net] 
 
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Orville Stewart Fisher (1897-1971)
Orville Stewart Fisher (1897-1971)
Served in the US Army during World War I...


Photograph supplied by Kathie Fisher Farmer [farmer10@tds.net] 
 
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Pa Byars' Homeplace
Pa Byars' Homeplace

This house with 100+ acre farm was given to him by his father, Perry Green and this is where he raised his family of four children.  
 
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Pa Byars' Two Daughters
Pa Byars' Two Daughters
Senie Young March (1900-1980)
Annie Harding Jones (1898-1996) with her grand-daughter, Celia Lynn Grandey Belitz (1956)
Photo taken in July, 1960 
 
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Pa Byars' Two Sons
Pa Byars' Two Sons
Perry Green Byars (1894-1968)
Robert Lee Byars (1896-1979)

Photo provided by Marie Byars Ponder (1941- 
 
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Pa's Current Homeplace
Pa's Current Homeplace

Present re-incarnation of the old homeplace. This beautiful brick structure was built in 1983 by his grand-daughter, Marie Byars Ponder and husband, Glen... 
 
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Pals...
Pals...
This photo of Uncle Bob & Uncle Murlis was probably taken in front of the Hennessee duplex, late forties, on Continental Drive, in Detroit.

Photo supplied by Robert & Angelia Bratcher Bess, late December, 2016 
 
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Paquita Lanita 'Queet' Jaco
Paquita Lanita "Queet" Jaco
 
 
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Parrie E. Bottom Hennessee (1873-1920)
Parrie E. Bottom Hennessee (1873-1920)
 
 
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Patricia Ann Hennessee (1945-1972)
Patricia Ann Hennessee (1945-1972)
 
 
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Paul Franklin Moore (1942-1982)
Paul Franklin Moore (1942-1982)
 
 
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Pearl Ramsey Hennessee Williams (1898-1957)
Pearl Ramsey Hennessee Williams (1898-1957)

Photo provided by her grandson, James Oliver George (I35002)

scjim@yahoo.com 
 
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Pearl Ramsey Hennessee Williams (1898-1957)
Pearl Ramsey Hennessee Williams (1898-1957)

Photo provided by her grandson, James Oliver George (I35002)

scjim@yahoo.com 
 
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Perry Green 'Doc' Byars, Jr. (1879-1958)
Perry Green "Doc" Byars, Jr. (1879-1958)
Photo provided by grandson, Joe Byars (1934- 
 
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Perry Green 'Old Grandsir' Magness (1796-1884)
Perry Green "Old Grandsir" Magness (1796-1884)
circa 1875... 
 
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Perry Green 'Pop' Byars (1894-1968)
Perry Green "Pop" Byars (1894-1968)

Sunday morning, October 20, 2013:

Spoke to Aunt Pearl this morning about Pop & Uncle Pete in regards to their "troubles with the law"...

Pop thought that if he could run one load of whiskey to Nashville, that would solve all of his financial problems as...

This was in the early 1930's and he was living with his young family in Green Hill (DeKalb County) where he was cropping shares and hauled logs part-time. Can you imagine working the fields all day and then hauling logs to McMinnville, 10 miles away, all on foot and by mule? No wonder he thought this was an easier way to make a few dollars.

Pop got caught. Aunt Pearl tells us that it took everything he had to avoid jail and he never did that again!

Ma told me that Pop worked as a mechanic (probably during the 1930's). At some point, Pop began selling farm implements for the Sullivan Company of McMinnville and apparently did this through the early 1950's as I remember travelling with out in the country to call on his propests and customers...

In 1941 Pop went to Detroit. He worked for Budd Wheel through the summer of 1945. On his return he bought the log house on North Warren and the family moved there from their residence on Towles Avenue.

Then Pop buys a taxi which he ran until late 1949 - early 1950. It is at this juncture that Uncle Pete began a felon. Uncle Pete borrows the taxi from Pop and drives to Manchester and picks-up a lady(ies) for an evening of dancing and driking. Pete is "higher than a Georgia pine", crashes the car and kills a passenger. He is convicted of manslaughter and sent to prison in 1949 when he returns home about three years later...Pop got out of the taxi business.

It is at this point that he works full-time for Sullivan. It was 1950 and I remember Pop bought a brand-new 1950 Plymouth, "Sea Mist Green" 4-door sedan as this was the car we travelled in when he called on his clients.

He retired in the mid-1950's and spent his life fishing, whittling and guarding his realm from an old wood chair propped-up against the garage in the backyard...

Photo taken circa 1960... 
 
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Perry Green Byars
Perry Green Byars
Perry Green "Pop" Byars (1894-1968) as a young man, circa 1915. 
 
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Perry Green Byars (1894-1968)
Perry Green Byars (1894-1968)

"Pop" worked in Detroit during the war years. Upon his return to McMinnville, Tennessee, he bought two "rent" houses and a taxi. He drove taxi only a short while and retired to his fishing...

Many thanks to Cousin Joe Byars who sent this photo... 
 
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Perry Green Byars, III (1912-2000)
Perry Green Byars, III (1912-2000)
 
 
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Perry Green Byars, III (1912-2000)
Perry Green Byars, III (1912-2000)
 
 
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Perry Green Byars, III (1912-2000)
Perry Green Byars, III (1912-2000)

was quite the snappy dresser in his retirement years and a lot of fun to be around. As a child I remembered the happy times spent with his family in Detroit. I called them "Uncle Perry & Aunt Margie". I didn't know until much later in my youth that "Uncle" Perry was actually first-cousin to my grandfather, another "Perry Green Byars".



This photo was taken at his granddaughter's wedding and sent by his oldest son, Joe Brook Byars, 20 Mar 2014.
 
 
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Perry Green Cantrell (1831-1918)
Perry Green Cantrell (1831-1918)
 
 
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Peter Markham Hansard (1849-1938)
Peter Markham Hansard (1849-1938)
 
 
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Peter, King of Castile and León
Peter, King of Castile and León
Alabaster sculpture of Peter the Cruel, from 1504... 
 
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Philip IV, King of France
Philip IV, King of France
 
 
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Philippa's coronation - Queen consort of England
Philippa's coronation - Queen consort of England
 
 
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Phillip & Jenifer Morris Taylor
Phillip & Jenifer Morris Taylor
 
 
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Phillip Hennessee
Phillip Hennessee
Election 2017: Phil Hennessee - Morganton City Council (North Carolina) – District 3 Candidate
 
 
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Phoebe Helen Byars Horton (1908-1982)
Phoebe Helen Byars Horton (1908-1982)

Beloved mother of Bettye Horton Bunch 
 
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Pleasant & Julia Watkins
Pleasant & Julia Watkins
Pleasant Harrison Watkins (1840-1902)
Julia Faulkner Watkins (1846-1903) 
 
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Plumpton Hall, Yorkshire, England
Plumpton Hall, Yorkshire, England
Home of the Plumpton Baronets 
 
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Pocahontas
Pocahontas

Portrait engraving by Simon de Passe, 1616. 
 
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Pocahontas
Pocahontas

Statue of Pocahontas in Saint George's church, Gravesend, Kent, England 
 
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Pocahontas (1595-1616)
Pocahontas (1595-1616)

John Rolfe (1685-1622) (right, standing behind Pocahontas) as portrayed in The Baptism of Pocahontas, 1840, by John Gadsby Chapman 
 
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Pocahontas with her son, Thomas Rolfe
Pocahontas with her son, Thomas Rolfe

The "Sedgeford Portrait", said to represent Pocahontas and her son, although its authenticity is debated. 
 
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Pop
Pop
as seen sometime during the mid-forties on his driveway with Mrs. Wright's house in the background...

Photo supplied by Robert & Angelia Bratcher Bess, late December, 2016 
 
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Pop
Pop
This is exactly how I remember him ... David

Photo supplied by Robert & Angelia Bratcher Bess, late December, 2016 
 
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Pop & Ma Byars
Pop & Ma Byars
Photo provided by their grand-daughter, Christine Bess Cornett. Appears to be have taken in the late 1940's... 
 
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Pop & Ma Byars' Family
Pop & Ma Byars' Family

Back Row: Aunt Pearl, Aunt Margie, Mother, Uncle Bob, Cousin Linda Gail, Dad, Cousin Kathy, Aunt Bessie, me, Uncle Jack, brother Fred & Uncle Murlis

Middle Row: cousin Robert on Pop's lap, Ma Byars & cousin Janet

Bottom Row: cousin Kenny, cousin Debbie, cousin Christine, cousin Dawn & cousin Karen.

Photo was taken in front of Pop's house on Warren Street, McMinnville, Tennessee circa Summer of 1962...

 
 
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Pop & Sons-in-Law
Pop & Sons-in-Law

This photo was probably taken in Detroit after Aunt Margie's wedding to Jack DeCuennick, June 3, 1949. Shown from the left is:

Murlis Wright (1925-2004)
Pop Byars (1894-1968)
Bert Hennessee (1918-1986)
Jack DeCuennick (1928-2010)

Photo contributed by cousin Christine Cornett, July 1, 2014.



 
 
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Pop & Uncle Fred
Pop & Uncle Fred
Photo probably taken just after WWII when Uncle Fred returned from the service... 
 
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Pop & Uncle Fred
Pop & Uncle Fred

Taken sometime during World War II while Uncle Fred was in the navy... 
 
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Pop with Uncle Fred
Pop with Uncle Fred
Taken in Detroit just after WWII ended as Uncle Fred is still in uniform... 
 
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Portrait of Charlemagne by Albrecht Dürer
Portrait of Charlemagne by Albrecht Dürer
 
 
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Portrait of John Hooker (c.1527-1601) of Exeter.
Portrait of John Hooker (c.1527-1601) of Exeter.
 
 
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Portrait of Lawrence Washington (1659-1698)
Portrait of Lawrence Washington (1659-1698)

In 1688, Lawrence married Mildred Warner, one of three daughters of Mildred Reade and the wealthy Gloucester County planter Augustine Warner, Jr.

By her, he had three children: John (1692-1746), Augustine (1694-1743), and Mildred (1698-1747). Lawrence died at the age of 38 in February 1698, the same year in which his daughter was born.

 
 
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Portrait thought to be Lady Knollys
Portrait thought to be Lady Knollys
by Steven van der Meulen, 1562 
 
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Powhatan (1545-1618)
Powhatan (1545-1618)

Chief Powhatan, detail of map published by John Smith (1612)

Paramount chief of Tsenacommacah, an alliance of Algonquian-speaking Virginia Indians 
 
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Pretty Cousin Janet
Pretty Cousin Janet

Photo taken on Aunt Pearl's porch overlooking the Rocky River, circa 2008... 
 
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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge

12th cousin of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
14th cousin of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
15th cousin of the grandchildren of Jesse D Hennessee (1880-1952)
16th cousin of the grandchildren of Jesse D Hennessee (1880-1952)
 
 
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Proud As Punch
Proud As Punch
 
 
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Prudence Jane Bryant Doyle (1827-1907)
Prudence Jane Bryant Doyle (1827-1907)

Photo provided by her great, great, great grandson, Jerry Wayne Still 
 
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Prudence Jane Bryant Doyle (1827-1907)
Prudence Jane Bryant Doyle (1827-1907)

Photo appears to be taken during the 1870-1880 time period... 
 
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Queen Anne
Queen Anne
Lady Anne Neville (11 June 1456 - 16 March 1485) was an English queen, the daughter of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick (the "Kingmaker"). She became Princess of Wales as the wife of Edward of Westminster and then Queen of England as the wife of King Richard III.

 
 
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Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204) Consort of King Henry II
Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine (1122-1204) Consort of King Henry II
Eleanor's effigy at Fontevraud Abbey

was one of the wealthiest and most powerful women in western Europe during the High Middle Ages, a member of the Ramnufid dynasty of rulers in southwestern France. She became Duchess of Aquitaine in her own right while she was still a child, then later queen consort of France (1137-1152) and England (1154-1189). She was the patron of literary figures such as Wace, Benoit de Sainte-Maure, and Bernart de Ventadorn.
 
 
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Queen Isabella (1295-1358)
Queen Isabella (1295-1358)

Consort to King Edward (1239-1307) who was known as "Longshanks", arch-enemy of William Wallace in the movie, "Bravehart" 
 
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Queen Isabella of Angouleme (1188-1246)
Queen Isabella of Angouleme (1188-1246)

was queen consort of England as the second wife of King John from 1200 until John's death in 1216. She was also reigning Countess of Angoulême from 1202 until 1246.

She had five children by the king including his heir, later Henry III. In 1220, Isabella married Hugh X of Lusignan, Count of La Marche, by whom she had another nine children.

Some of her contemporaries, as well as later writers, claim that Isabella formed a conspiracy against King Louis IX of France in 1241, after being publicly snubbed by his mother, Blanche of Castile for whom she had a deep-seated hatred.[1] In 1244, after the plot had failed, Isabella was accused of attempting to poison the king, and to avoid arrest, sought refuge in Fontevraud Abbey where she died two years later, but none of this can be confirmed.

 
 
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Queen Victoria (1819-1901)
Queen Victoria (1819-1901)
wearing her small diamond crown

Photograph by Alexander Bassano, 1882 
 
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Rachel Ann Hennessee Hennessee's (1847-1883) Children
Rachel Ann Hennessee Hennessee's (1847-1883) Children
Millie Hennessee Powell (1870-1950), Jesse D Hennessee (1880-1952), Sallie Hennessee Powell (1871-1956) and Rachel Hennessee Powell (1876-1954) 
 
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Rachel Hennessee Butcher Farless (1836 - 1902)
Rachel Hennessee Butcher Farless (1836 - 1902)
She is buried in Shellsford Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee 
 
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Rachel Jane 'Babe' Gillentine Barnes (1849-1903)
Rachel Jane "Babe" Gillentine Barnes (1849-1903)
Photo provided by Bob McClain 
 
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Rachel Lydia Johnson Jones (1873-1911)
Rachel Lydia Johnson Jones (1873-1911)
 
 
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Ralph de Monthermer Coat of Arms
Ralph de Monthermer Coat of Arms
 
 
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Ralph De Neville, 1st Baron Neville of Raby (1262-1331)
Ralph De Neville, 1st Baron Neville of Raby (1262-1331)
Arms of Neville, Barons Neville of Raby (Gules, a saltire Argent)

Ralph had the following children with Euphemia de Clavering:

Joan de Neville (c.1283) m. John of Willington (1281–1388) son of Ralph de Willington and Juliana Lomene.
Anastasia de Neville (c.1285), married Sir Walter de Fauconberg (1264 - 24 June 1314 Battle of Bannockburn).
Sir Robert de Neville of Middleham (c. 1287 – June 1319)
Ida de Neville (c.1289)
Ralph Neville, 2nd Baron Neville de Raby (c. 1291 – 5 August 1367), married Alice de Audley and had children
Eupheme de Neville (c. 1291)
Alice de Neville (c. 1293)
Sir Alexander de Neville (c. 1297 - 15 March 1367)
John Neville (1299 - 19 July 1333 Battle of Halidon Hill)
Mary de Neville (c. 1301)
William de Neville (c. 1303)
Margaret de Neville (c. 1305)
Thomas de Neville (c. 1306 - before June 1349)
Avelina de Neville (c. 1307), married Norville Norton and had children

 
 
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Ralph de Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, KG, illustration from the Bruges Garter Book, c. 1430
Ralph de Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, KG, illustration from the Bruges Garter Book, c. 1430
He later sensationally abducted Margaret de Audley, 2nd Baroness Audley, daughter of Hugh de Audley, 1st Earl of Gloucester and Margaret de Clare, who was worth at least £2314 a year, more than ten times his own estates. Her parents filed a complaint with King Edward III of England, but the King supported Stafford's actions. In compensation, the King appeased Hugh and Margaret by creating Hugh the 1st Earl of Gloucester. Margaret de Audley and Stafford married before 6 July 1336 and they subsequently had two sons and four daughters:

Ralph de Stafford (d. 1347), married Maud of Lancaster, daughter of Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster and Isabel de Beaumont in 1344.[2][5]
Hugh de Stafford, 2nd Earl of Stafford, born circa 1336 in Staffordshire, England, married Philippa de Beauchamp; they were the ancestors of the Dukes of Buckingham (1444 creation).[5]
Elizabeth de Stafford, born circa 1340 in Staffordshire, England, died 7 August 1376, married firstly Fulk le Strange;[5] married secondly, John de Ferrers, 3rd Baron Ferrers of Chartley; married thirdly Reginald de Cobham, 2nd Baron Cobham.[6]
Beatrice de Stafford, born circa 1341 in Staffordshire, England, died 1415, married firstly, in 1350, Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Earl of Desmond (d. June 1358); married secondly, Thomas de Ros, 4th Baron de Ros, of Helmsley; married thirdly Sir Richard Burley, Knt.[5]
Joan de Stafford, born in 1344 in Staffordshire, England, died 1397, married firstly, John Charleton, 3rd Baron Cherleton;[5] married secondly Gilbert Talbot, 3rd Baron Talbot.[7]
Katherine de Stafford, born circa 1348 in Staffordshire, England and died in December 1361. On 25 December 1357, she married Sir John de Sutton III (1339 – c. 1370 or 1376), Knight, Master of Dudley Castle, Staffordshire.[8] They were parents of Sir John de Sutton IV, hence grandparents of Sir John de Sutton V.[9]
 
 
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Rangeworthy Manor House
Rangeworthy Manor House
Located in Dursley,Gloucestershire,England
Robert Hale was the Lord-of-the-Manor  
 
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Ransom Parker Moore (1837-1862)
Ransom Parker Moore (1837-1862)
Picture made circa 1860. The original hung in the home of Miranda Jane "Jennie" Moore Hillis. House is still standing just off Highway 70S in Warren County, Tennessee...Bobbie Ross 
 

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