Brown & Walker B. Paul
seated: WALKER BLACKBURN PAUL
seated left: daughter, Barbara Ellen Paul Morgan
Cornelius R. Morgan, (baby)
Mary M. Morgan
standing: left-Hannah Isabelle Paul
married William M. Bullard
Margaret Clementine Paul, m: Thomas Albert Brown
SARAH A. C. WRIGHT
Walker B. Paul
Sarah Anne Clementine Wright Paul
wife of Walker B. Paul
child on left: Delta Brown
child on right: Alma Brown,
children of Margaret Clementine Paul
Spanish American War Veteran
CLARENCE ERVIN BROWN
MARGARET (MOORE) PAUL,
JAMES ALVIN PAUL
s/o Walker Blackburn Paul
Looking for photo of
Permelia Alice Paul
Permelia was a twin of James Alvin Paul
Any assistance in identify these two girls and how they fit into the family would be appreciated
Grandmother wrote "the baby, 14 years old."
Jones girls are related, but don't know which family they belong to.
EUGENE BROWN- my grandfather
VICTORIA FRANCES PAUL -(Lady in hat & my grandmother)
children left to right: Bill, Ray and Bessie
Written on the back of photo by Grandmother Sarah
"This is the last gathering of any of my folks. Daily (Timothy Daily Paul) took Alvin (Paul) and G. W. (George Wilson Paul) to see Lewis (Paul) while he was living with his younger daughter. They went by Alta's (could be Alta Brown??) I and A. F. (Andrew Forrester Paul) aimed to meet them there in Concord on this day (no date). I was at A. F.'s, but it was unable to go, so Daily, standing behind Alta and Ida (Beech, Daily's wife) Alvin behind Lewis and G.W. benhind Dora and boy. That day all visited Forrester's on Sunday. We were to go meet them there Wednesday."
Lewis Paul and his wife lived in Blount Co., and are buried in that cemetery near McGhee-Tyson airport.
Daily is the man on the left, Alvin in the middle, G.W. on the right. Dora Ann Paul (with the children) was Lewis' daughter. She married Adam Dewey Prater and the little boys are probably her dons, Paul Franklin (Jo Jo) Prater, born 1936 and Tommy Wendell Prater, (born 1935).
Do you know who they are??? email
ANY HELP OR ADDITONAL INFORMATION ON
THESE FAMILIES WOULD BE APPRECIATED
Photos and information courtesy of Dusti Ide
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