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Photo: Rae Hankins & David McCauley
About Rae Full Name: Rachel LeshBirth: 16 June 1903, WashingtonDeath: 9 Mary 1967, San Diego County, CaliforniaBurial: unknown, possibly crematedParents: Read more
Susan Taylor, daughter of William Thomas Taylor and Mary Elizabeth Fletcher, was 15 years old when she married William P. Read more
Photo: Cindy, Grant, & Jim Hopkins
Cindy, Grant, and Jim Hopkins with Grant's new car. Read more
his Week in the Family History: March 19-25, 2023
Arimenta I. Howard was born on 22 March 1859 in Harlan County, Kentucky. She died before she reached eleven years Read more
Emma Jane Owens Taylor
Emma Jane Owens Taylor was the daughter of Madison Crawford Owens and Cecilia Owens and the wife of John Cook Read more
This Week in the Family History: March 12-18, 2023
Delinda Younger Weeks married Elisha Shaw on 13 March 1831 in Pope County, Illinois. Delinda's first husband and father of Read more
John F. & Lizzie Petty
John & Lizzie Petty of Harrisburg, Illinois. John was the son of John R. Petty and Margaret E. Thomas. Read more
This Week in the Family History: March 5-11, 2023
Nehemiah Hopkins married Elizabeth Cole on 11 March 1762 in Warren, Bristol County, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. Read more
Photo: JW, Billie, Gladys, & Ferman Dukes
Gladys and Ferman Dukes with their oldest son, J W, and his wife, Billie. Read more
This Week in the Family History: February 26-March 4, 20233
Winifred Mullins Owens died on 26 February 1842 in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, a month before her 76th birthday. Read more
Photo: Elmer D. Hopkins & unknown
Elmer D. Hopkins and an unknown man. Loyall, Kentucky. Read more
This Week in the Family History: February 19-25, 2023
Garrett Minor died on 20 February 1721 in Middlesex County, Virginia. Garrett's father, Doodes Minor, and grandfather, Maindort Doodes, immigrated Read more