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RA_Means.PNG
 
 
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Rena Thomason
Rena Thomason
 
 
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Robert Means and family burial grounds. Granville Twp , Mifflin Co., PA
Robert Means and family burial grounds. Granville Twp , Mifflin Co., PA
This cemetery has been lost to nature and I believe some stones were also taken away. Very hard to find in 2015. 
 
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Robert Means, Revolutionary Soldier
Robert Means, Revolutionary Soldier
 
 
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(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Robin Goodpaster
Robin Goodpaster
 
 
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Rosalie (Rose) Rayburn, Pitts descendant
Rosalie (Rose) Rayburn, Pitts descendant
 
 
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Rosalie and Mother Lucinda Pitts Rayburn
Rosalie and Mother Lucinda Pitts Rayburn
 
 
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Rose Poem.txt
Rose Poem.txt
 
 
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Roy James Huffman
Roy James Huffman
 
 
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Russell C. Bonnell
Russell C. Bonnell
 
 
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S.S. Normandie Ship that carried Andrew Lanz to America.
S.S. Normandie Ship that carried Andrew Lanz to America.
Ship that carried Andrew Lanz to America. 
 
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Samuel Williams, present at Appomattox Courthouse when Lee surrendered.
Samuel Williams, present at Appomattox Courthouse when Lee surrendered.
 
 
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Samuel Williams.png
 
 
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Scott R Williams
Scott R Williams
 
 
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Scott Robert Pask
Scott Robert Pask
 
 
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See Luke
See Luke
 
 
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Selma Gertrude Lanz  Wife of John Williams, Sibley , IL
Selma Gertrude Lanz Wife of John Williams, Sibley , IL
Selma Gertrude Lanz, wife of John Randall Williams. Grew up and raised a family around Sibley , IL 
 
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Selma Schroen, wife of Albert Kuntz
Selma Schroen, wife of Albert Kuntz
 
 
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Susan Jane Williams
Susan Jane Williams
 
 
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Swiss locations of Lanz Family
Swiss locations of Lanz Family
 
 
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Switzerland Family
Switzerland Family
Andrew Lanz 
 
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TH Haltom
TH Haltom
 
 
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Thanksgiving at Aunt Belle's
Thanksgiving at Aunt Belle's
Taken Circa 1094 in Pontiac, Il at Aunt Belle Ellis' home in Pontiac, IL 
 
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Thanksgiving at Aunt Belle's House  c. 1902
Thanksgiving at Aunt Belle's House c. 1902
Thanksgiving at Aunt Belle and Uncle Winn Ellis' House in Pontiac, IL.  
 
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The Linton Township Boys, Civil War
The Linton Township Boys, Civil War
Willis Cass Workman and other Linton Twp, boys taken in 1864. 
 
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The Old Means Homestead in Dry Valley, Mifflin Co., PA
The Old Means Homestead in Dry Valley, Mifflin Co., PA
 
 
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The Pitts Sisters of McLean Co., IL
The Pitts Sisters of McLean Co., IL
Lydia Pitts and her two Sisters  
 
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The Williams Cousins Winter of 70-71, Tucson, AZ at Grandma Nellie Williams Radliff's house.
The Williams Cousins Winter of 70-71, Tucson, AZ at Grandma Nellie Williams Radliff's house.
 
 
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Thelma Elcina Hoover
Thelma Elcina Hoover
 
 
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Theodore J. Williams
Theodore J. Williams
Major researcher of the Williams Line.  
 
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Thomas Pitts brother of Lydia Pitts
Thomas Pitts brother of Lydia Pitts
 
 
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Traci L. Rayburn
Traci L. Rayburn
 
 
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Vauna Williams of McLean Co., IL
Vauna Williams of McLean Co., IL
Daughter of Mitchell Williams, taken at age 22 
 
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Walter Watterson Jr.
Walter Watterson Jr.
Korean War Veteran, worked as a chef for many years in Arizona. 
 
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wickersham (1).doc
wickersham (1).doc
 
 
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wickersham.doc
wickersham.doc
 
 
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William Washington 'Wash' Murrah of Williamson Co., IL taken c 1897
William Washington "Wash" Murrah of Williamson Co., IL taken c 1897
William "Wash" Murrah and wife Sarah Ann Felts and family.
Do you recognize anyone else? This line traces back to TN and NC and VA Contact me. 
 
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William Washington Murrah of Williamson County, IL
William Washington Murrah of Williamson County, IL
William Washington Murrah of Williamson County, IL 
 
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Williams/Means Thanksgiving, Pontiac, IL
Williams/Means Thanksgiving, Pontiac, IL
 
 
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Willis Cass Workman 51 OVI, Civil War
Willis Cass Workman 51 OVI, Civil War
His Grandmother was a Williams. Willis died at Kennesaw Mountain, GA. 
 
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willis Workman.png
 
 
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Yuen Luke
Yuen Luke
 
 
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Yuen Luke
Yuen Luke
 
 
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Zasu Pitts
Zasu Pitts
ZaSu Pitts was known for her friendliness and distinctive style: fluttery hands, plaintive eyes, and "Oh dear me." She took her success in stride, saying,

"I never work at being an actress. I just act natural. Tell me anything easier than that." 
 

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