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Maggie Ward & Family
Maggie Ward & Family

Margaret Jarrett Ward Hillis (1829-1915) is seated in this photo. Around her are probably her grandchildren. Upper right is Minnie Jane Hillis Hillis (1892-1949).

Photo provided by Ruth Holmes...  
 
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Magna Carta
Magna Carta
one of only four surviving exemplifications of the 1215 text.
Created 1215
Location British Library and the cathedrals of Lincoln and Salisbury
Author(s) John, King of England, his barons and Stephen Langton
Purpose Peace treaty

Magna Carta Libertatum (Medieval Latin for "the Great Charter of the Liberties"), commonly called Magna Carta (also Magna Charta; "(the) Great Charter"),[a] is a charter agreed to by King John of England at Runnymede, near Windsor, on 15 June 1215.[b] First drafted by the Archbishop of Canterbury to make peace between the unpopular King and a group of rebel barons, it promised the protection of church rights, protection for the barons from illegal imprisonment, access to swift justice, and limitations on feudal payments to the Crown, to be implemented through a council of 25 barons. Neither side stood behind their commitments, and the charter was annulled by Pope Innocent III, leading to the First Barons' War. After John's death, the regency government of his young son, Henry III, reissued the document in 1216, stripped of some of its more radical content, in an unsuccessful bid to build political support for their cause. At the end of the war in 1217, it formed part of the peace treaty agreed at Lambeth, where the document acquired the name Magna Carta, to distinguish it from the smaller Charter of the Forest which was issued at the same time. Short of funds, Henry reissued the charter again in 1225 in exchange for a grant of new taxes; his son, Edward I, repeated the exercise in 1297, this time confirming it as part of England's statute law.

Read more ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magna_Carta 
 
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Mahala Vance McBride (1851-1916)
Mahala Vance McBride (1851-1916)
 
 
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Malcolm I
Malcolm I
 
 
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Malcolm II
Malcolm II
 
 
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Malcolm III
Malcolm III
 
 
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Malinda Abigail Carnes Stepp (1865-1892)
Malinda Abigail Carnes Stepp (1865-1892)
 
 
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Map of Scotland showing the historic district of Buchan.
Map of Scotland showing the historic district of Buchan.
 
 
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Margaret 'Maggie' Gillentine Hillis (1900-1989)
Margaret "Maggie" Gillentine Hillis (1900-1989)
Mother of eight children, all of whom were raised in Van Buren County, Tennessee

Photo submitted by her loving son, Walter Hillis, January 20, 2016 
 
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Margaret Jarrett Ward (1829-1915)
Margaret Jarrett Ward (1829-1915)
 
 
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Margaret Matilda Hennessee Carswell (1914-2011)
Margaret Matilda Hennessee Carswell (1914-2011)

Photo taken circa 2010 and provided by her loving niece, Barbara Jo Preuss, July 21, 2014... 
 
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Margaret Nell Hansard Posey Hansen Fairbanks (1920-2011)
Margaret Nell Hansard Posey Hansen Fairbanks (1920-2011)

Photo provided by her loving daughter, Jane Hansen Galeb 
 
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Margaret of Anjou (French: Marguerite; 23 March 1430 - 25 August 1482)
Margaret of Anjou (French: Marguerite; 23 March 1430 - 25 August 1482)
was the wife of King Henry VI of England. As such, she was Queen of England from 1445 to 1461 and again from 1470 to 1471. Born in the Duchy of Lorraine into the House of Valois-Anjou, Margaret was the second eldest daughter of René of Anjou and Isabella, Duchess of Lorraine. 
 
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Margaret Rosemary Parsons George (1945-
Margaret Rosemary Parsons George (1945-
 
 
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Margaret Sophronia 'Frona' Harmon (1878-
Margaret Sophronia "Frona" Harmon (1878-
 
 
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Margaret Tudor (28 November 1489 - 18 October 1541)
Margaret Tudor (28 November 1489 - 18 October 1541)
She was born at Westminster Palace as the elder surviving daughter of King Henry VII of England and Elizabeth of York. As Queen Dowager (Queen Mother) she married Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus.

Through her first and second marriages, respectively, Margaret was the grandmother of both Mary, Queen of Scots, and Mary's second husband, Lord Darnley.

Margaret's marriage to James IV foreshadowed the Union of the Crowns - their great-grandson, King James VI of Scotland, the child of Mary and Darnley, became King James I of England and Ireland on the death of Margaret's fraternal niece, Queen Elizabeth I of England in 1603.
 
 
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Margie Sue & Ed
Margie Sue & Ed
Wedding picture, May 3rd, 1974 in Sequin, Texas 
 
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Margie Sue Byars DeCuennick Tarasovich (1930-1997)
Margie Sue Byars DeCuennick Tarasovich (1930-1997)
Photo taken in Mom's front yard, circa 1990, in Lake Park, FL 
 
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Margie Sue Byars Decuennick Tarasovich (1930-1997)
Margie Sue Byars Decuennick Tarasovich (1930-1997)
High school photo in 1946, McMinnville, TN 
 
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Margie Sue Byars...
Margie Sue Byars...

This photo was taken for her high school year book. the 1948 "Southerner", "published by the students of" Central High School, McMinnville, TN. No page number - Mom's nickname was Susie, she was seen with Mae, Betty and Shelah, her favorite expression was "Miss Cook!!" (taught music, typing, shorthand and drill squad) and she wanted to be an Air Hostess.

She was very active in her Senior class - associate editor of the Southerner. I cannot see all the info by her Senior picture as some girl named Reba has written all over the description--

Contributed by her loving daughter, Karen 
 
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Margie Sue...
Margie Sue...

What a beautiful glamour shot! Photo provided by her adoring daughter, Karen, January 4, 2015 
 
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Margie Tucker
Margie Tucker
Shown with her DAR certificate

Photo provided by her loving daughter, Diane 
 
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Marha Catherine Daniel Byars (1812-1890)
Marha Catherine Daniel Byars (1812-1890)

CHILDREN OF CATHARINE DANIEL & JOHN BYARS are: JAMES H.7 BYARS, b. 1832, Jefferson Co., AL. JOSEPH W. BYARS, b. 1833, Jefferson Co., AL. WILLIAM BYARS, b. 1835, Jefferson Co., AL. MARY Ann BYARS, b. 1837, Jefferson Co., AL. DANIEL BYARS, b. 1839, Jefferson Co., AL. GEORGE BYARS, b. 1841, Jefferson Co., AL. PERLIA BYARS, b. 1842, Jefferson Co., AL. NANCY BYARS, b. 1846, Jefferson Co., AL. JOHN BYARS, b. 1848, Jefferson Co., AL.

Image and info provided by Max Byars-Horton, April 20th, 2015 
 
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Maria Della White Bandy (1856-1930)
Maria Della White Bandy (1856-1930)
 
 
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Maria Della White Bandy (1856-1930)
Maria Della White Bandy (1856-1930)
 
 
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María Díaz de Padilla
María Díaz de Padilla
María de Padilla (c. 1334 - Seville, July 1361) was the mistress of King Peter of Castile. 
 
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Marjorie Jean 'Margie' Stewart Watson Tucker (1932-2000)
Marjorie Jean "Margie" Stewart Watson Tucker (1932-2000)
Photo taken in 1948 and provided by her loving daughter, Diane 
 
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Marjorie Jean Stewart Watson Tucker (1932-2000)
Marjorie Jean Stewart Watson Tucker (1932-2000)
Margie and I collaborated for many years on Warren County, Tennessee families, particularly the BYARS family, as we shared that line. I miss her and her great laugh. It's hard to believe that she's already been gone 13 years...DAH
 
 
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Marjorie Lois Griffith Byars (1914-2006)
Marjorie Lois Griffith Byars (1914-2006)
 
 
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Mark Alfred Hennessee (1938-2018)
Mark Alfred Hennessee (1938-2018)
 
 
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Markenfield Hall
Markenfield Hall

Site of Lady Talboys' death (1471-1559) and 12th great-grandmother of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars (1894-1985).

Markenfield Hall is an early 14th century moated country house three miles (5 km) south of Ripon, North Yorkshire. It is one of the finest surviving English country houses from that time.

The house is an L-shaped castellated block, with a great hall that stands upon an undercroft and was originally reached by an exterior stone staircase. It is lit by two double-light windows with quatrefoil transom under their arched heads.

Viewed from the gatehouse and moat...
 
 
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Markenfield Hall
Markenfield Hall

Birthplace of Elizabeth Markenfield Calverley (1403-1472)

who is the 19th great grandmother of the grandchildren of Perry Green Byars (1896-1968) and

who is 15th great grandmother of the grandchildren of John Grover Mynatt (1884-1918)


Markenfield Hall is an early 14th-century moated country house three miles (5 km) south of Ripon, North Yorkshire, England in the civil parish of Markingfield Hall. It is one of the finest surviving English country houses from that time.

The house is an L-shaped castellated block, with a great hall that stands upon an undercroft and was originally reached by an exterior stone staircase. It is lit by two double-light windows with quatrefoil transom under their arched heads.

The house is open for public tours during specific periods, for groups by appointment, and is also available for weddings.

The present house was built by John de Markenfield, an associate of Piers Gaveston and a servant of Edward II. A licence to crenellate was issued for Markenfield in 1310, the same year that John was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer. Sir Thomas Markefield was appointed High Sheriff of Yorkshire for 1484 and fought with Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth. In 1569 Thomas de Markenfield was involved in the pro-Catholic Rising of the North and was forced to flee to the Continent. Markenfield was confiscated and granted to Thomas Egerton, Master of the Rolls. 
 
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Markenfield Hall
Markenfield Hall
 
 
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Martha & Aunt Pearl
Martha & Aunt Pearl

"Went hiking in White County yesterday and came home through Rock Island. Got some porch swing time with our lovely aunt."

Photo submitted May 17th, 2017 
 
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Martha Ann Millsaps
Martha Ann Millsaps
School Photo, circa 1975 
 
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Martha Ann Millsaps
Martha Ann Millsaps
Photo taken in 1995. She is in the graphics department at MTSU, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 
 
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Martha Caroline 'Caroline' Hooper McGee (1829-1904)
Martha Caroline "Caroline" Hooper McGee (1829-1904)

Courtesy of Dean McGee (1951-

His website is

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mcgee/families.html 
 
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Martha Charlotte 'Lottie' Swindle Jenkins (1881-1952)
Martha Charlotte "Lottie" Swindle Jenkins (1881-1952)
Photo taken circa mid-20's 
 
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Martha Ella Hale Bess (1885-1936)
Martha Ella Hale Bess (1885-1936)
 
 
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Martha Malvina McBride Boyd (1864-1912)
Martha Malvina McBride Boyd (1864-1912)
 
 
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Martha Vesta Roberts Hennessee (1866-1926)
Martha Vesta Roberts Hennessee (1866-1926)
Photo provided by her great grandson, Gary Everett Scott (1955- 
 
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Mary 'Mamie' Reynolds Hammer (1894-1972)
Mary "Mamie" Reynolds Hammer (1894-1972)
She had two children, Edwin C. Hammer and Lindsey (Elsie) Waldrop of Rock Hill, S.C. They had 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren at the time my mother published a book on the Evans family. Mamie was my great aunt.

I don't know where any of my grandmother Drucilla "Drusie" (Renolds) Stewart's family are. I'm not a geneaologist although my mother was. I just want to find any living relatives I have because I'm the only one left. Any leads appreciated towards finding Mamie's descendents.

Photo provided by Dianne Watson Armstrong  
 
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Mary Ann Byars Griffin (1827-1895)
Mary Ann Byars Griffin (1827-1895)

Photo provided by great-great grandson Gary Griffin (I38543)

griffingw@comcast.net 
 
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Mary Ann Byars Griffin (1827-1895)
Mary Ann Byars Griffin (1827-1895)

Photo provided by great-great grandson Gary Griffin (I38543)

griffingw@comcast.net 
 
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Mary Ann Byars Griffin (1827-1895) with her siblings and their wives
Mary Ann Byars Griffin (1827-1895) with her siblings and their wives

Photo provided by great-great grandson Gary Griffin (I38543)

griffingw@comcast.net 
 
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Mary Ann Hershberger Dyer Hennessee (1845-1917)
Mary Ann Hershberger Dyer Hennessee (1845-1917)
Photo courtesty of Rose Ann Husted 
 
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Mary Arden's home, Wilmcote, Warwickshire, England
Mary Arden's home, Wilmcote, Warwickshire, England

Mary Shakespeare, Mary Arden(maiden name), (c. 1537–1608) was the mother of William Shakespeare. She was the daughter of Robert Arden. The Arden family had been prominent in Warwickshire since before the

Norman Conquest. She was the youngest of eight daughters, and she inherited her father's farm, now called Mary Arden's House, in Wilmcote, Warwickshire when he died in December 1556.

 
 
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Mary Ball Washington (1708-1789)
Mary Ball Washington (1708-1789)
Mrs. Washington was said to be openly opposed to her son's revolutionary politics and, according to French officers based in Virginia during the war, she was a Loyalist sympathizer.[1]

 
 
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Mary Boleyn
Mary Boleyn
also known as Lady Mary (c. 1499/1500 - 19 July 1543) 
 
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Mary Darthula 'Aunt Thulie' Hennessee Rutledge Smith (1885-1978)
Mary Darthula "Aunt Thulie" Hennessee Rutledge Smith (1885-1978)
 
 
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Mary Dodson Medley (1855-1935)
Mary Dodson Medley (1855-1935)
This is my great-great grandmother on my mother's side. She married William Medley in 1877 in VanBuren County, Tennessee.

Cynthia Medley Gregory
 
 
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Mary Dora Cotton Wright (1871-1948)
Mary Dora Cotton Wright (1871-1948)
Photo provided by the Murlis Wright family. 
 
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Mary Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Goodson Helton (1853-1935)
Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Goodson Helton (1853-1935)
 
 
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Mary Elizabeth Byars Cantrell (1881-1952)
Mary Elizabeth Byars Cantrell (1881-1952)
 
 
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Mary Elizabeth Myrtle 'Momma' Burch Hansard (1877-1960)
Mary Elizabeth Myrtle "Momma" Burch Hansard (1877-1960)
Photo taken probably in the late 1940's with the J. Rupert's dog, "Tootsie" 
 
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Mary Elizabeth Myrtle Burch Hansard (1877-1960)
Mary Elizabeth Myrtle Burch Hansard (1877-1960)
Photo provided by her grand-daughter, Sheila Mynatt Hennessee (1945 
 
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Mary Elizabeth Vandervort Hensley (1914-2006)
Mary Elizabeth Vandervort Hensley (1914-2006)
Mary was the daughter of Bonnie Bethel (Buff) and Daniel Emmett Vandervort. Her father worked in the oil fields, so the family traveled a lot. During Mom's high school and early adult years, the family lived in Best, Texas, an oil boom town ... Charlene Hensley 
 
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Mary Ella 'Peggy' Tully Long (1898-1976)
Mary Ella "Peggy" Tully Long (1898-1976)

Photo submitted by her grandson, Richard Bethell, April 22, 2015 
 
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Mary Elvira 'Mother Wright' McPeak Wright (1904-1966)
Mary Elvira "Mother Wright" McPeak Wright (1904-1966)
 
 
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Mary Emma Graham Love (1911-1998)
Mary Emma Graham Love (1911-1998)
Photo provided her grand-daughter, Brenda Rowland (1960- 
 
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Mary Eugenia 'Jean' Mynatt Dumas (1939-2010)
Mary Eugenia "Jean" Mynatt Dumas (1939-2010)
Photo provided by her adoring sister, Sheila Mynatt Hennessee (1945 
 
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Mary Flossie Whiteaker Denton (1890-1963)
Mary Flossie Whiteaker Denton (1890-1963)
Daughter of Senia (Whiteaker). Married William Barlow Denton February 28th., 1909 in Putnam County, Tennessee. Children Stella Floyd, Lassie Young, Arlene Geogge, Etta Maggie Adkison, Elmer, Joe Carlin, William Eskel "Eck", Willard Melvin, Herman Alfred and Willis. In row H. 
 
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Mary Frances Griffith Holcomb (1917-2015)
Mary Frances Griffith Holcomb (1917-2015)
Frances Griffith Holcomb, age 97, a McMinnville, TN resident and DeKalb County, TN native died July 23, 2015 at River Park Hospital following a sudden illness.

She was a homemaker, member of the Oak Grove Church of Christ and daughter of the late Peyton Monroe and Josephine Bryant Griffith.

She was married in 1940 to Arzie "Sport" Holcomb who preceded her in death February 21, 1976. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by daughter, Sue Ann Holcomb; sisters, Geneva Foster and Marjorie Byars; brothers, Lloyd, Chester, Hobert and Thurman Griffith; nieces, Patsy Byars and Mary Lois Cantrell; nephews Paul Foster, Ralph Griffith and Bill Griffith; great-nieces and great-nephews, Davy Griffith and Leanne Raymond.
 
 
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Mary Graham Love with Family
Mary Graham Love with Family
Mary Graham Love (1911-1998)
Henry Johnson
Nannie Graham Gullett

Photo provided by Brenda Rowland (1960- and taken circa 1930's in Oklahoma 
 
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Mary Jane Hembree (1855-1927)
Mary Jane Hembree (1855-1927)
Photo provided by Jane Hembree Crowley 
 
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Mary Knowles Hembree (1811-1900)
Mary Knowles Hembree (1811-1900)
Photo supplied by Jane Hembree Crowley 
 
967
Mary Leona 'Leona' Dodson Fisher (1879-1957)
Mary Leona "Leona" Dodson Fisher (1879-1957)
 
 
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Mary Louise Cantrell Hennessee (1917-1995)
Mary Louise Cantrell Hennessee (1917-1995)
Photo taken in the late 30's 
 
969
Mary Melissa (Mollie) Hennessee Brown (1858-1939)
Mary Melissa (Mollie) Hennessee Brown (1858-1939)
 
 
970
Mary Templeton Moore (1807-1890)
Mary Templeton Moore (1807-1890)
Photo taken circa 1860, courtesy of Bobbie Ross 
 
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Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon
Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon
 
 
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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. 
 
973
Mary Vida Campen Gillentine (1874-1961)
Mary Vida Campen Gillentine (1874-1961)
Photo credit to Walter L. Gillentine, grandson... 
 
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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 
 
975
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
 
 
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Mary, Queen of Scots 

(8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587)
Mary, Queen of Scots (8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587)
 
 
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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. 
 
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Matthew Peter Swiatek (1973-
Matthew Peter Swiatek (1973-
Matt was "Best Man" for his 1st cousin, Clayton John "CJ" Dumas...

Photo provided by Mommie... 
 
979
Mattie Roxy Woods Harrison (1874-1967)
Mattie Roxy Woods Harrison (1874-1967)
Photo provided by grandson, Bobby Ray Hennessee (1936- 
 
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Mattie Sykes Bethell
Mattie Sykes Bethell

Photo contributed by her great grandson, Richard Harold Bethell, April 23, 2015 
 
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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. 
 
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Medieval Wales, showing Deheubarth in the southwest
Medieval Wales, showing Deheubarth in the southwest
 
 
983
Medwin Louise Logsdon McEntire Karlik (1918-2005)
Medwin Louise Logsdon McEntire Karlik (1918-2005)
Photo provided by Betty Jo Jones McEntire < bettyjm42@aol.com > 
 
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Megan Elizabeth Mitchell
Megan Elizabeth Mitchell

Photo taken in 2005 by her devoted mother, Karen Mitchell... 
 
985
Melba Sue Deal Hennessee (1922-2008)
Melba Sue Deal Hennessee (1922-2008)
 
 
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Melissa Emaline Goodson Hennessee (1888-1957)
Melissa Emaline Goodson Hennessee (1888-1957)
 
 
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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 
 
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Micajah Terry 'Cager T.' Gillentine (1821-1905)
Micajah Terry "Cager T." Gillentine (1821-1905)
 
 
990
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.  
 
992
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.

 
 
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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... 
 
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Mimi's Beautiful Garden...
Mimi's Beautiful Garden...
 
 
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Minnie Florence Hennessee Fisher (1867-1883)
Minnie Florence Hennessee Fisher (1867-1883)
 
 

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