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51 Bill,

Since Uncle Lou (his father, Louis Drury Carr) is dead - I throw this nugget out. Grandpa must have been a rabid Democrat if he named his son after a political figure in Paterson who was tied to Boss Hague, the 'granddaddy of Jersey bosses'! Wow! And I thought it was odd to be named after a high school!
Regis

William L. Dill
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William Leslie Dill (March 15, 1874 - January 14, 1952) was an American jurist and politician who was the Democratic nominee for Governor of New Jersey in 1928 and 1934.
[edit ] Biography
Dill was born in 1874 in Freeburg, Pennsylvania to William H. and Margaret C. Dill.[1] Forced to leave school after the death of his father, he came to Paterson, New Jersey at the age of 12 and began work as an office boy. He later worked in the fire insurance business and for Paterson newspapers.[2]
From 1901 to 1903 he served as secretary to the Mayor of Paterson. He served six years as president of the Paterson Finance Board. In 1913 he was named secretary to the New Jersey Senate , and in 1915 was named Assistant Secretary of State . Also in 1915, he was appointed State Motor Vehicle Commissioner.[1]
Dill stepped down from his position as Motor Vehicle Commissioner in 1928 to seek the Democratic nomination for Governor of New Jersey , opposing the Republican candidate Morgan Foster Larson . In his campaign speeches Larson tied Dill to the machine of Democratic party boss Frank Hague . Dill received 671,728 votes to Larson's 824,005.[3]
Frank Hague (January 17, 1876 - January 1, 1956) was an American Democratic Party politician who served as the mayor of Jersey City , New Jersey from 1917 to 1947, Democratic National Committeeman from New Jersey from 1922 until 1949, and Vice-Chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 1924 until 1949.
Hague has a widely-known reputation for corruption and bossism and has been called 'the grandaddy of Jersey bosses.'
[1] By the time he left office in 1947, he enjoyed palatial homes, European vacations, and a private suite at the Plaza Hotel .
[2] His wealth has been estimated to have been over $10 million at the time of his death, although his City salary never exceeded $8,500 per year and he had no other legitimate source of income.
[2] His desk, which is still located in City Hall, has a specially designed lap drawer which could be pushed outward towards the person with whom he was meeting. This allowed his 'guests' to discreetly deliver bribes in the form of envelopes containing large amounts of cash.
[3]
During the height of his power Hague's political machine, known as "the organization," was one of the most powerful in the United States controlling politics on local, county, and state levels.
[4] Hague's personal influence extended to the national level, influencing federal patronage
[5] and Presidential campaigns.
[6]
In 1933 Dill was appointed as a lay member of the New Jersey Court of Errors and Appeals by Governor A. Harry Moore . He resigned from that office in 1934 to campaign for Governor of New Jersey a second time.
[2] His Republican opponent this time was Harold G. Hoffman , who had succeeded Dill as Motor Vehicle Commissioner. During the campaign Dill was again linked to Hague's bossism. Hoffman was victorious in the general election, marking the first time in 27 years that the Democrats lost the governorship in a non-presidential election year.[4]
Dill was reappointed to the Court of Errors and Appeals in 1943 by Governor Charles Edison , remaining on the bench until 1948 when the court was abolished under the new State Constitution . He died in 1950 at his home in Paterson at the age of 77.[2]  
 
52 Billington McCarter Sanders

Born December 2, 1789, in Columbia Co., GA, he died March 12, 1854, at Penfield, Greene Co., GA. He first married Martha Lamar of Columbia County on March 17, 1812; they had nine children. His second wife was Cynthia Holliday of Lincoln County; they had thirteen children. Baptized by Abraham Marshall in January 1810 into Kiokee church, he later joined Union (Warren) where he was licensed to preach in 1823. At the request of Williams Creek church he was ordained in January 1825. Sander's education began at Kiokee Seminary, was continued at the University of Georgia, and was completed at the University of South Carolina where he was graduated December 4, 1809. After teaching school two years, he spent the next twenty years farming.
When Mercer Institute was establish in 1833 he was chosen president. "At once he began to discharge the duties of landlord, farmer, teacher, preacher and financial agent." He led Mercer into the status of a college in 1839. He resigned as president that year, but continued to serve in various other positions.
In Georgia Association he served as clerk four terms (1832, 1833, 1834, 1847) and moderator nine terms (1840-1846, 1848, 1850). For six terms he was president of the Georgia Baptist Convention. He was a delegate from Georgia to both the Triennial and south Baptist conventions.
"As a preacher he was neither logical nor eloquent; but he was earnest and persuasive, and abundantly successful in winning souls to Christ."
C.D. Mallary's memorial sermon at the convention which met in Washington in April 1854 was printed by the souther Baptist Publication Society in Charleston. It was titled "Living and Dying Unto the Lord. A Discourse in Commemoration of The Life, Services and Death of Elder Billington M. Sanders.

He married ______Lamar. He served as a president of what is now Mercer University. He was the father of Dickerson Sanders.

from: A History of The Georgia Baptist Association, 1784-1984 by Robert G. Gardner, Charles O. Walker, J.R. Huddlestun, & Waldo P. Harris, III, (Atlanta, Georgia Baptist Historical Society, 1988), pp. 192-193:
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SANDERS, Billington McCarter (I19143)
 
53 Billington McCarthy (sic) Sanders 1833-1840

Teacher, clergyman, farmer. Born Columbia Co., GA., 2 December 1789; died Penfield, Ga., 12 March 1854. Son of Ephraim and Nancy Sanders. Married Martha Lamar, 17 March 1812. Children: nine, names unknown. Married Cynthia Holliday, 25 February 1824. Children: thirteen, names unknown. Education: Kiokee Seminary; University of Georgia (1806-8); South Carolina College, A.B. (1809).

Orphaned at the age of ten, Billington Sanders was reared in the home of Ambrose Jones. After graduation from South Carolina College, he taught for two years at Appling Academy in Columbia County and for the next twenty years was a farmer and a preacher, struggling with a health problem involving his lungs. He was baptized at the age of twenty-one (January 1810) by Abraham Marshall at Kiokee Baptist Church. Licensed to preach in 1823, he was ordained in 1825 in order to accept a call to Williams Creek Baptist Church; and the presbytery at his ordination was headed by Elder Jesse Mercer. In 1831 Georgia Baptists invited Sanders to take charge in planning a classical and theological seminary, and on the second Monday in January 1833, Mercer Institute began at Penfield, Ga., "with two double log cabins, with a garret to each for dwelling, dining room and study for both teachers and students." Present were thirty-nine students, seven of whom were studying for the Christian ministry. Sanders had one assistant and his wife to help direct the school. He was superintendent, teacher, steward, and farmer, as well as president. Mercer Institute began as a manual-labor school but in 1838 became Mercer University, which by that time had seven good buildings and ninety-five students. Sanders resigned in December 1839 but continued to serve as treasurer, without salary, for the next five years. He also remained a member of the board of trustees. Sanders served one year (1817) as a representative in the Georgia legislature but was so disenchanted that he vowed never again to participate in politics. His several Georgia pastorates included Penfield, Shiloh, Greensboro, and Griffin. He was clerk for the Georgia Association and moderator for nine years. He was chairman of the executive committee of the Georgia Baptist Convention and served as its president for six years. For a time he was editor of the Christian Index. He and his second wife, Cynthia, lie buried in Penfield Cemetery, where Mercer University was founded. One of his friends said of Sanders, "He is good at everything, he is a good preacher, a good pastor, a good teacher, a good farmer, a good carpenter, a good brick mason - good at whatever he undertakes." To establish Mercer University, another said, "he left the comforts of home, sacrificing his farm and went into the crude new quarters of a log cabin." One admirer noted that "as a preacher he was neither logical nor eloquent, but he was earnest, persuasive, unselfish and very successful in winning people over to his views." His motto was "Owe no man anything." Elder Mercer and B.M. Sanders differed in their judgements in locating Mercer Institute, but Sanders and Greene County prevailed, and the friendship of the two founders continued to the benefit of the school. Writing to Samuel Wait in 1833, Sanders gave this description of the new school: "We are always in school by sun rise, spend in study on an average more than 7 hours per day - besides about 2 at night. . . . I find less difficulty to get the students to labor than to study. I go with them myself - never hesitate to assist them in the most unpleasant part of it. I endeavor to have it considered honorable to volunteer in the most humiliating labor. If something is to be done more disagreeable than common I ask for volunteers. If they hesitate I volunteer myself and ask, who will assist me." He advised Wait, who wished to start a new school, "to begin upon a smaller scale than we did, vary your plans as experience shall dictate, have everything simple and plain, be at no great expense. . . . Our plan is to do without what we cannot pay for." In his valedictory address in 1839 he emphasized substance rather than show and the value of the faculty as of much more importance than buildings.

Bibliography: Encyclopedia of Southern Baptists, vol. 2; Spright Dowell, A History of Mercer University, 1833-1953 (1958); C.D. Mallary, Living and Dying unto the Lord (1954); Manuscripts and letters, Special Collections, Stetson Library [now Jack Tarver Library], Mercer University, Macon, Ga.

from: Mercer University Presidents, Georgia Baptist History Depository: Special Collections (Baptist & University Archives) Jack Tarver Library, Mercer University
@http://tarver.mercer.edu/archives/MercerPresidents/sanders.htm, February 4, 2005
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SANDERS, Billington McCarter (I19143)
 
54 BIOGRAPHY: Moved to Montgomery Co, GA with his widowed mother Civil Newell about 1810. Settled with wife on the Ocilla-Lax public road for many years. Years before his death he and his wife moved to a farm on the east side of Willacoochee Creek, near the Irwin-Berrien County line. He was granted letters of dismissal 27 Nov 1841 from Bushy Creek Primitive Baptist Church and became a charter member of Mt. Union Church and later Old Mt Paron Church nearer their home. He was licensed to preach by Mt. Paron Church and later ordained to the full Gospel ministry by that church. When he died he owned 1030 acres of land in lots 195,196. & 174. Started a new cemetery located on Ocilla-Lax road #90. It is across the road from the DAR monument to his uncle James Griffin & Thomas Bradford. He, his wife, and other family members are buried there.
BIOGRAPHY: Military: He was a private in a Ga. militia detachment under Lt. William Cooley for a 2week enlistment in 1813. The purpose of enlistment was to erect forts on the frontier of Telfair Co, GA.
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GRIFFIN, Benjamin Daniel (I16213)
 
55 Birth and marriage date and place from Evie M. Reynolds. The marriage is recorded in Marriage Book 1864-1869, page 17; date given as 1 Sept.They were married by D. H. Payne, MG.

"Thomas A. was song leader for Clarks Creek Baptist Church. He was sought after as a song leader for conventions, associations, and various gatherings about the country. He responded so faithfully that he was called the "Ole War Horse", according to his son John Wesley McFarland and daughter Evelyn Pearl McFarland scripts. Thomas Allen cherished high ideals for the betterment of his community through better schools, churches, and farming conditions, as he believed that at the time the farmer did not get his just share for his products that he produced. In advocating better conditions for the farmer,Thomas Allen was elected to the Georgia Legislature in 1898 through1901, according to the Official Sketch Book, page 129, on file in the Georgia Archives, Atlanta, Ga. Thomas Allen was opposed by a Democratand won by a small majority. Thomas Allen served in the Civil War, enlisted July 14 1861 in Carnesville, Ga. Released Feb. 1865. A Pvt in Co. B. 15 Reg't Georgia Infantry. On July-Aug. 1864 company muster roll, Thomas Allen was shown absent, on furlough, wounded. Thomas Allen appeared on Hospital Muster Roll on June 30 1864. Also shows to be in Jackson Hospital, Richmond, Va. on 19 July 1864. Disease V.S. L. Hand M.B. and in Remarks; Furloughed 30 days 28 July 1864." A HISTORY OF THE McFARLAND FAMILIES by Dorothy J. Cheek McFarland, page 123.

Evie said Thomas served in the Civil War. He was in the 15th Ga.Tugaloo Blues, Co. B. He was a farmer, and was in politics.

!CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1870: Subdivision No. 51, Fords Store, page 5/109,line 7, 814/789
McFarland, Thomas 28 GA Farmer $700/200
McFarland, Sarah 21 GA Keeps house
McFarland, James B. 4 GA
McFarland, John W. 1 GA

!CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1880: District 206 (Bryant's), Vol 9, ED 27, page520
McFarland, Thos. A. 39 head GA GA GA Farmer
McFarland, Sarah E. 32 wife GA GA GA Keeping house
McFarland, James B. 12 son GA GA GA Farm laborer
McFarland, John W. 11 son GA GA GA Farm laborer
McFarland, Ella V. 8 dau GA GA GA At home
McFarland, Rebecca C. 6 dau GA GA GA At home
McFarland, Martha E. 2 dau GA GA GA At home

!CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1900: ED 22, page 136A, Bryant District, 227/234
Mcfarland, Allen Aug 1841 58 GA VA GA Farmer mar 32 years owned farmfree of debt
Mcfarland, Sarah Mar 1848 52 GA GA GA Mother of 7, 7 living
Mcfarland, Mattie E. Oct 1877 22 GA GA GA
Mcfarland, Evaline P. Mar 1884 16 GA GA GA at school 5 months
Mcfarland, Mell M. Jan 1889 11 GA GA GA at school 3 months
Fulghum, Mar 1883 17 GA GA GA Farm laborer

!CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1910: ED 36, page 1, 7/8
McFarland, T. A. head 68 GA GA GA widowed
McFarland, Evie dau 26 GA GA GA single
Hix, Ida Neice 40 GA SC GA

CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1920: ED 36, sheet 3B, Bryants District 206,Fairview Church to J. G. W. Sewells, 48/54
McFarland, John Allan head 78 GA GA SC Farmer owned farm widower
McFarland, Evie dau 35 GA GA GA School Teacher
Hix, Ida niece 50 GA GA SC none
His name was Thomas Allen. The enumerator made an error.

Death date from tombstone. 
MCFARLAND, Thomas Allen (I779)
 
56 Birth and marriage date and place from Evie M. Reynolds. The marriage is recorded in Marriage Book 1864-1869, page 17; date given as 1 Sept.They were married by D. H. Payne, MG.

"Thomas A. was song leader for Clarks Creek Baptist Church. He was sought after as a song leader for conventions, associations, and various gatherings about the country. He responded so faithfully that he was called the "Ole War Horse", according to his son John Wesley McFarland and daughter Evelyn Pearl McFarland scripts. Thomas Allen cherished high ideals for the betterment of his community through better schools, churches, and farming conditions, as he believed that at the time the farmer did not get his just share for his products that he produced. In advocating better conditions for the farmer,Thomas Allen was elected to the Georgia Legislature in 1898 through1901, according to the Official Sketch Book, page 129, on file in the Georgia Archives, Atlanta, Ga. Thomas Allen was opposed by a Democratand won by a small majority. Thomas Allen served in the Civil War, enlisted July 14 1861 in Carnesville, Ga. Released Feb. 1865. A Pvt in Co. B. 15 Reg't Georgia Infantry. On July-Aug. 1864 company muster roll, Thomas Allen was shown absent, on furlough, wounded. Thomas Allen appeared on Hospital Muster Roll on June 30 1864. Also shows to be in Jackson Hospital, Richmond, Va. on 19 July 1864. Disease V.S. L. Hand M.B. and in Remarks; Furloughed 30 days 28 July 1864." A HISTORY OF THE McFARLAND FAMILIES by Dorothy J. Cheek McFarland, page 123.

Evie said Thomas served in the Civil War. He was in the 15th Ga.Tugaloo Blues, Co. B. He was a farmer, and was in politics.

!CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1870: Subdivision No. 51, Fords Store, page 5/109,line 7, 814/789
McFarland, Thomas 28 GA Farmer $700/200
McFarland, Sarah 21 GA Keeps house
McFarland, James B. 4 GA
McFarland, John W. 1 GA

!CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1880: District 206 (Bryant's), Vol 9, ED 27, page520
McFarland, Thos. A. 39 head GA GA GA Farmer
McFarland, Sarah E. 32 wife GA GA GA Keeping house
McFarland, James B. 12 son GA GA GA Farm laborer
McFarland, John W. 11 son GA GA GA Farm laborer
McFarland, Ella V. 8 dau GA GA GA At home
McFarland, Rebecca C. 6 dau GA GA GA At home
McFarland, Martha E. 2 dau GA GA GA At home

!CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1900: ED 22, page 136A, Bryant District, 227/234
Mcfarland, Allen Aug 1841 58 GA VA GA Farmer mar 32 years owned farmfree of debt
Mcfarland, Sarah Mar 1848 52 GA GA GA Mother of 7, 7 living
Mcfarland, Mattie E. Oct 1877 22 GA GA GA
Mcfarland, Evaline P. Mar 1884 16 GA GA GA at school 5 months
Mcfarland, Mell M. Jan 1889 11 GA GA GA at school 3 months
Fulghum, Mar 1883 17 GA GA GA Farm laborer

!CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1910: ED 36, page 1, 7/8
McFarland, T. A. head 68 GA GA GA widowed
McFarland, Evie dau 26 GA GA GA single
Hix, Ida Neice 40 GA SC GA

CENSUS-GA-FRANKLIN-1920: ED 36, sheet 3B, Bryants District 206,Fairview Church to J. G. W. Sewells, 48/54
McFarland, John Allan head 78 GA GA SC Farmer owned farm widower
McFarland, Evie dau 35 GA GA GA School Teacher
Hix, Ida niece 50 GA GA SC none
His name was Thomas Allen. The enumerator made an error.

Death date from tombstone. 
 
57 Birth date (18 DEC 1909) is based upon the supposition that Philip and John were twin sons of Philip and that John's birthday was established. (See narrative under the 1920 Census on Philip's page.) EBBITT, Philip J. (I23092)
 
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I65)
 
59 Birth notice is from The BillBoard, dtd June 2, 1945 in Cincinatti, OH  
60 Birth/death dates in Pankey index do not work ISBELL, Viola (I5359)
 
61 Birth: 1838
North Carolina, USA
Death: 1923
Married Thomas Franklin Scott, 22 MAR 1860 in Kaufman County, TX.
According to 1860-1910 Van Zandt,TX census, they had 9 children-Mary Maglene, Harris, Georgia Elizabeth, George W., John Thomas, Henrietta Josephine, Truman Asa, Nannie E. & a baby boy (1863-1866).
Above information provided by:
Find A Grave contributor K. West
Family links:
Parents:
Esther Bandy Wikle (1799 - 1875)
Burial:
High Cemetery, Canton, Van Zandt County, Texas, USA
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Record added: Aug 24, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41056172 
 
62 Birth: Oct. 2, 1717 Farmington
Hartford County Connecticut, USA
Death: Nov. 19, 1770Goshen
Litchfield County Connecticut, USA
Daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah (Smith) Stanley.
Married John North 21 Feb. 1739 in Farmington, CT.
Family links:
Spouse:
John North (1713 - 1785)

Children:
Esther North (1739 - 1818)*

* Calculated relationship
Burial: West Side Cemetery
Goshen
Litchfield County Connecticut, USA
Created by: Janice Bonilla Record added: Oct 02, 2009 
NORTH, Nancy (I854)
 
63 Birth: Nov. 3, 1838
North Carolina, USA
Death: Jul. 13, 1923
Wills Point
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA

TX Death Certificate #22582 states: (#1) d/o S. (__) Wikle & ___ Bandy (#2) White female Housewife & Widow, age 84 (#3) Informant: J. F. Scott of Wills Point, Texas (#4) Burial: High Cemetery in Wills Point, Texas on July 14, 1923.

FAMILY NOTES: Hester Elmina Wikle is listed as Hester E. McSween in the Kaufman County Marriage Records Bk.1A when she marries Thomas F. Scott on 22 March 1860. 9 known children of Hester & Thomas --- Mary M., Baby Boy, Harris, Georgia, George W., John Thomas, Henrietta Josephine, Truman Asa, & Nannie E. all born in Van Zandt Co., TX. Hester Elmina states in the 1910 Van Zandt Co., TX census she is the mother of 9 children-5 living.

Family links:
Parents:
Samuel Wikle (Weigel) (1789 - 1844)
Esther Bandy Wikle (1799 - 1875)

Spouse:
Thomas Scott (1833 - 1879)

Children:
Mary Maglene Scott Franks (1861 - 1947)*
George W. Scott (1869 - 1889)*
Georgia Scott Park (1869 - 1936)*
Henrietta Josephine Scott Herrin (1874 - 1957)*
Truman A. Scott (1876 - 1881)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
High Cemetery
Canton
Van Zandt County
Texas, USA

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Maintained by: KAY
Originally Created by: Shelly Huff
Record added: Dec 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45650581
 
 
64 Block-D Sec-130 Gr-WEST 1A SAXENMEYER, George B. (I57)
 
65 Block-D Sec-130 Gr-WEST 1C DEVLIN, Laura (I1041)
 
66 Block-M Gr-321 1E MEEHAN, Esq. Thomas Francis (I49)
 
67 Body was cremated; a memorial was not found on www.FindaGrave.com.
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Ashes were scattered on Hawksbill Peak 
KELLY, Thomas Aloysius (I1837)
 
68 Body was cremated; a memorial was not found on www.FindaGrave.com.
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Ashes were scattered on Hawksbill Peak. 
REDER, Teresa Catherine (I1841)
 
69 Body was cremated; a memorial was not found on www.FindaGrave.com.
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EBBITT, John Joseph (I23091)
 
70 Body was cremated; a memorial was not found on www.FindaGrave.com.
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HAYMORE, James Walker (I13244)
 
71 Boquel's Gym Class at St. John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota
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BOQUEL, Peter Joseph (I118)
 
72 Boquel's Gym Class at St. John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota
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73 Born 8 miles north of Stanberry. KIER, Sara Eliza (I8059)
 
74 Boyd is buried next to his son Robert's mother-in-law, Ruby Grey (HAAKE) CLEMENTS. Lana SCOTT advised that Robert sold the plot to his father - allegedly after Boyd died. SCOTT, Boyd Elliott (I284)
 
75 Bride spelled her name "Betty" Family F4063
 
76 Bridget could be the passenger on the ship, Scythia, that arrived at the Port of New York on 11 NOV 1924.
Name:Bridget Aherne
Arrival Date:11 Nov 1924
Birth Date:abt 1901
Birth Location:Ireland
Birth Location Other:kanturk
Age:23
Gender:Female
Ethnicity/ Nationality:Irish
Port of Departure:Cobh, Ireland
Port of Arrival:New York, New York
Ship Name:Scythia  
AHERNE, Bridget M. (I27334)
 
77 Brighton is a dissolved municipality and current neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts SLOCUM, Richard (I30675)
 
78 Bryan Shaw said,
March 4, 2013 at 7:27 am
Lyman Giddens was the husband of Essie Parrish and son-in-law of Bartow and Ida Jane Shaw Parrish. One of Lyman's daughters was Ida Lou Giddens Fletcher. Just before she passed away, she donated the mirror you see in the right of the background of the photo. The photographer put a backdrop behind Lyman and also a piece of paper over the corner of the mirror to block the glare of the flash when the photo was taken. Often wondered what was behind the long piece of paper behind Lyman. Possibly his selections of aftershave and tonic water that was so much a part of the barber shop supply of that period.
http://raycityhistory.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/lyman-f-giddens-barbershop/#comments 
PARRISH, Essie (I16514)
 
79 Burial as noted on cemetery records was not listed on Find a Grave.
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80 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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LANDERS, Ruby E. (I27141)
 
81 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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MCGAW, Jimmie (I10841)
 
82 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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FADDEN, Julia (I2527)
 
83 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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FADDEN, Ellen G. (I549)
 
84 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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O'MALLEY, Sabina (I554)
 
85 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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FADDEN, Ann (I2545)
 
86 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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BUMPASS, Arye (I23269)
 
87 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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BOLAND, Hanna (I27563)
 
88 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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DOHERTY, Anna (I7529)
 
89 Burial as noted on her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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MCANDREW, Margaret (I27301)
 
90 Burial as noted on his death certificate is not listed on Find a Grave.
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HIGGINS, John H. (I27491)
 
91 Burial as noted on his death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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LEONHARD, John Edwards (I7309)
 
92 Burial as noted on his death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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MITCHELL, John (I27378)
 
93 Burial as noted on his death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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BOLAND, Daniel (I27568)
 
94 Burial as noted on his/her death certificate was not listed on Find a Grave.
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ISBELL, Alma Inez (I26429)
 
95 Burial is entered on "burial place of veteran" record but, not listed on Find a Grave.
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96 Burial is entered on "burial place of veteran" record but, not listed on www.FindaGrave.com.
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FALLAW, Thomas Howard Sr. (I23687)
 
97 Burial is entered on "burial place of veteran" record but, not listed on www.FindaGrave.com.
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KIERNAN, James Aloysius (I16300)
 
98 Burial is entered on "burial place of veteran" record, but not listed on www.FindaGrave.com.
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COYLE, Peter S. (I15348)
 
99 Burial is entered on "burial place of veteran" record, but not listed on www.FindaGrave.com.
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HESTON, Gerald (I4381)
 
100 Burial is entered on "burial place of veteran" record, but not listed on www.FindaGrave.com.
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Father is buried in the cemetery 
HAMBROOK, Augustus J. M.D. (I1995)
 

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