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#23 - Linda Gail (HUTSON) Clark
Sharing old family pictures and I hope everyone enjoys them.

I encourage you to share yours too so we can keep our family.alive for our descendants to see.
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#9 - People of Scott County - Alonzo and Anna Lawson Collection
These pictures were copied from Facebook and with permission from Alonzo and Anna Lawson, I am adding them here for your viewing pleasure and for the sole purpose of sharing with others.

If you can identify the ones that need a name, or want to comment, please do so either by email: erayaustin@outlook.com, or at bottom of picture!
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#10 - Norma in the Old Days
In the early 1900s, Norma, in Scott County, was a bustling community with several lumber mills although now it barely seems to exist. It fits prominently into the Walker story in the case of Dr. Andrew Calvin Walker, who was a doctor there late in his life and died in 1926. Some locations, from postcards that belonged to him, are included on this page; click any for a larger picture.
Visit: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~edwardbwalker/places/norma.html

INFORMATION FROM DESCENDANTS: John B. Jeffers, and Kizzie Duncan Jeffers, were married April 3, 1904 in Scott Co. Tennessee. John B and Frank Smithers built a two story building in Norma. The Store was downstairs and they called it “Norma Union Store”. Both Families lived upstairs. Apparently it wasn’t profitable enough to sustain two families and John eventually bought Frank’s share. Gradually the store became more successful and they weathered the Depression pretty well. Five of John B and Kizzie’s seven children were raised to adulthood with their primary years over the store. The children were: Dot (Oran Holloway); Tressie Beulah (Virgil Murley); Nevva (Marley Phillips); James Hoyal (Jean Debord); Darel (never married); Dennis (died at age 10); and Jaymon (died at 3 months). Nevva said that her early training in honesty came in this store when her dad (John B.) taught her to use a candy scales. He taught her to look at it straight on so that you didn’t cheat the customer or yourself. Those little white scales have passed down to Nevva’s daughter, Kay Phillips Davis, and are still in her possession. John B. told Nevva on his deathbed that if he ever cheated a man out of a penny he didn’t know it. When John B. retired and moved to Oneida, he sold the store to Kermit and Elwood Sharp and they changed the name to Sharp Brothers Store. Kermit worked the coal mines and Elwood ran the store for about eight years. It must have been about this time that Elwood bought Kermit’s share and it became known as Sharp’s Cash Store, which it remained throughout the years until it burned down.

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Album was created 6 years 6 months ago and modified 5 days ago
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Huntsville HS in the Old Days
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4 - My 26 year Army Career, Misc. Pictures
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2 - VIETNAM, 1969-1970. 1st Tour of duty.
On my "first" tour of duty to Vietnam I was assigned to Headquarters Battery, 1st Battalion 92nd Field Artillery, in the Central Highlands on a Firebase called, DAK TO.
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1 - SP5 Norm Roy - Artillery Hill, Camp Holloway, and USAF Base
(Jan 1, 1969)
These are snapshots I took during various trips to Camp Holloway and the USAF base in the Pleiku area. I took many helicopter rides on repair missions. Most were in Hueys but occasionally a Kiowa Ranger served as my taxi. I also recall lifts on Chinooks and once on a C7 Caribou heading to Ben Het with some supplies.
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2017-07-23 - Lindsay finds out "It's a Girl"
(Jul 23, 2017)
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