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1830 Missouri, Jackson County - Lovelady, James
1830 Missouri, Jackson County - Lovelady, James
 
 
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1920 Texas, Bexar Co, San Antonio
1920 Texas, Bexar Co, San Antonio
Residence in Jan 1920, where Will and Rose Moyer were living. Raymond was 6, Ruth 3. Maybe this is the house Robert (my dad) was born in following year. (d) 
 
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1934 Illinois, Sangamon County - Moyer, Harold C
1934 Illinois, Sangamon County - Moyer, Harold C
city directory
2034 East Capitol Av 
 
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2050 Magnolia, Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas
2050 Magnolia, Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas
The house has long since been gone. The bustling activity of the town has long since moved on to newer parts of town. But this house knew its share of sadness and tragedy for this family. It was in this house that my great grandmother died, being cared for during her fatal bout with the pandemic flu of 1918, as did George Rowley, her son in law only days earlier. And it was this house the following year that another son in law, Rad Gallier had left to run an errand for Mary and was killed in a fatal car accident. (See Radford Gallier death notes) 
 
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Abell, James Henry
Abell, James Henry
newspaper clipping 
 
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Ackland, Thelma Mercedes Moyer
Ackland, Thelma Mercedes Moyer
 
 
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Alee, Alfred Young
Alee, Alfred Young
Captain Company A Texas Rangers 
 
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Allee, Alfred Y, Jr.
Allee, Alfred Y, Jr.
 
 
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Allen, Emma
Allen, Emma
 
 
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Allison, John Alexander
Allison, John Alexander
 
 
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Ancient Free and Accepted Masons
Worshipful Master gavel
Ancient Free and Accepted Masons Worshipful Master gavel
my father, Robert Moyer, served as Worshipful Master in 1970-71 year. He was quite handy with woodwork and he made several gavels for other Worshipful Masters within his lodge for a number of years. This is not one of his gavels. The ones he made were of stained a light maple and the Masonic emblem, itself, made from balsam wood, was glued directly to the head. There were three to a set for each of the chairs that advanced to 3rd degree Mason, or Worshipful Master.
Also served as Worshipful Master:
my grandfather: Ogden Kyle Jones Sr. (c1969-70)
my uncle: Ogden Kyle Jones, Jr. (c1968-69)
 
 
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Ancient Free and Accepted Masons
Ancient Free and Accepted Masons
Members of family who became associated with the Masons.
Ogden Kyle Jones Sr. (Most Worshipful Master - South Park Lodge 1320)
Ogden Kyle Jones Jr. (Most Worshipful Master - South Park Lodge 1320)
Robert Earl Moyer (Most Worshipful Master - South Park Lodge 1320)
Wilford Odis Parmley
Wilford Kyle Parmley
David Allen Jones (Most Worshipful Master)
Raymond Lee Moyer
 
 
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Andrus, Virginia Hayes
Andrus, Virginia Hayes
 
 
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Anthony Family
Anthony Family
Photo is not labeled. 
 
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Anthony Family
Anthony Family
photo is not labeled. 
 
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Anthony, (back) Sam, William Bruce; (front) Horace, Marvin
Anthony, (back) Sam, William Bruce; (front) Horace, Marvin
 
 
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Anthony, Charles and Bonnie Vista
Anthony, Charles and Bonnie Vista
 
 
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Anthony, Jacob
Anthony, Jacob
 
 
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Anthony, Jacob and Martha Bruce Family
Anthony, Jacob and Martha Bruce Family
Photo is not labeled so, which names goes with which person is not known, well, the only daughter is Pauline.
The children in birth order are William, Samuel, James, Joseph, Horace*, Charles, and Pauline, the youngest. 
 
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Anthony, Pauline
Anthony, Pauline
 
 
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Anthony, William Bruce
Anthony, William Bruce
 
 
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Ardon, Artimise
Ardon, Artimise
 
 
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Aurora Remembered
Aurora Remembered
 
 
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Aurora Remembered
Aurora Remembered
 
 
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Aurora Remembered
Aurora Remembered
 
 
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Aurora Remembered
Aurora Remembered
 
 
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Aurora Remembered
Aurora Remembered
 
 
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Aurora Remembered
Aurora Remembered
 
 
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Aurora Remembered
Aurora Remembered
 
 
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Aurora Remembered, Site of Old Aurora
Aurora Remembered, Site of Old Aurora
corner of Woodworth and Procter Streets; Port Arthur, Jefferson Co, Texas 
 
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Aurora Remembered, Site of Old Aurora
Aurora Remembered, Site of Old Aurora
corner of Woodworth and Procter Street, Port Arthur, Jefferson Co, Texas 
 
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Avera, Annie May
Avera, Annie May
 
 
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Avera, Olive Vieno
Avera, Olive Vieno
 
 
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Bailey, Neva
Bailey, Neva
 
 
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Bailey, Neva Ritter Cunningham
Bailey, Neva Ritter Cunningham
 
 
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Baldridge, Robert and family
Baldridge, Robert and family
A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri
Missouri Pioneer Families History 1876
St. Charles County 
 
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Baldwin, Zachariah
Baldwin, Zachariah
 
 
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Ball, Elizabeth Caroline Dugger
Ball, Elizabeth Caroline Dugger
 
 
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Ball, Zula
Ball, Zula
 
 
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Banvard, Honor
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Barnhill, Katherine Elizabeth L. Breckenridge, c 1922
Barnhill, Katherine Elizabeth L. Breckenridge, c 1922
 
 
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Barnhill, Lena Violet and husband Jackson Blocker
Barnhill, Lena Violet and husband Jackson Blocker
 
 
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Baylor University - Maib, Marlene
Baylor University - Maib, Marlene
1951, sophomore, an editor on the Daily Lariat, (front row, seated, fourth from the left) 
 
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Baylor University, Maib, Marlene
Baylor University, Maib, Marlene
1951, Sophomore class, (5th row, 8th column) 
 
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Beaumont Civic Orchestra - Robert Moyer and Will Moyer
Beaumont Civic Orchestra - Robert Moyer and Will Moyer
Clipping is not dated, but about 1950. My dad and his dad were drummers in the Beaumont Civic Orchestra. They are standing on the back row. 
 
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Beaumont High School, Royal Purples
Beaumont High School, Royal Purples
Beaumont, Texas 
 
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Beaumont, John Adams Sons of the Republic of Texas Certificate
Beaumont, John Adams Sons of the Republic of Texas Certificate
 
 
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Beaumont, Walter Lee, home
Beaumont, Walter Lee, home
Painting of the home of Walter Beaumont, grandfather of Sam Beaumont who sent me this picture. The house was moved into Groves and is still staning (2011), though not in great condition. A garage was built in the 50s that is not depicted in the painting. This home wwas very similar to the Gentz home that had also been moved, but is no longer standing, apparently destroyed in one of the hurricanes of the 2000s.
 
 
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Beaumont, Water
Beaumont, Water
 
 
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Beaumont, Water
Beaumont, Water
(5 years old) 
 
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Benson, Elander and 2nd husband James Johnson
Benson, Elander and 2nd husband James Johnson
 
 
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Bethel College, Bethel, Oregon
Bethel College, Bethel, Oregon
Historian Robert Carlton Clark, writing in the History of the Willamette Valley, Oregon, Vol. 1, page 595ff, reports:
Early in the '50s the leaders in the Christian Church attempted to organize a school at Bethany, near Silverton, to be known as Bethany College. Thomas C. Shaw, for many years one of the leading citizens of Marion County, was a prime mover in the project, assisted by Rev. G. O. Burnett, a Mr. Gherkin, Peter Cox, Fones Wilbur, and Elias Cox. The town was platted, and the burning of brick for the building was under way when tbe project was abandoned through the lack of capital. It has been claimed that the project was then transferred to Polk Co., and resulted in the establishment of Bethel Institute.
Material was purchased and hauled by volunteers to the construction location. Then on July 4, 1855, the framework was raised by volunteers who had come from far and wide to celebrate Independence Day, to have dinner on the grounds, listen to some invigorating speeches and to raise the building.



The two main speeches were presented by W. L. Adams and A. V. McCarty. The full text of Adam's speech is carried on the front page of the Oregon Argus, July 21, 1855. The full text of Mr. McCarty appears a few weeks later. Brief comments were also made by Glen Owen Burnett and Dr. James McBride. The Argus is available on microfilm from the University of Oregon.



http://ncbible.org/nwh/orcola.html 
 
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Block, Albert Joachim Bernard
Block, Albert Joachim Bernard
 
 
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Block, Augusta Charlotte Wippernitz
Block, Augusta Charlotte Wippernitz
 
 
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Block, George Frederick
Block, George Frederick
 
 
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Block, Leopold John Martin
Block, Leopold John Martin
 
 
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Block, William Theodore, Jr.
Block, William Theodore, Jr.
 
 
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Blocker, Lena Pearl and husband George Moss
Blocker, Lena Pearl and husband George Moss
 
 
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Bonham, Rebecca (Bonum) Mrs. George Eskridge
Bonham, Rebecca (Bonum) Mrs. George Eskridge
 
 
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Bonin, Mary Louise 'Weesie' Courts
Bonin, Mary Louise "Weesie" Courts
 
 
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Bosworth, Woodson
Bosworth, Woodson
 
 
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Bounds, Margaret Thorp
Bounds, Margaret Thorp
 
 
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Bower family
Bower family
standing Erline Fay Bower, seated left to right: Mattie May Holst Bower, Lacy Eugene Bower, Alma Pershing Bower, Augusta (Gussie) Eugenia Spence Bower, Irma Drew Bower 
 
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Bower, Lacy
Bower, Lacy
 
 
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Bower, Lacy, and children, Fay, Robert Henry, and Carroll
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Boyd, Charles Henry and Emily Elizabeth Halpin Boyd
Boyd, Charles Henry and Emily Elizabeth Halpin Boyd
 
 
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Braddocks Battle Field
Braddocks Battle Field
Sign on senior citizens apartment building on Sixth Street in Braddock, PA marking the furthest west Braddock's advance guard got before falling back to "Braddock's Field"

wikipedia:
The place became known as "Braddock's Field" after French and Indian forces from Fort Duquesne defeated British General Edward Braddock there, on July 9, 1755,[2] in the Battle of the Monongahela. Braddock himself was mortally wounded, dying several days later. The bones of the soldiers killed in the battle were visible to passers-by for years after the battle.
 
 
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Breckenridge - Nelda Margaret, prob Leslie Kyle, Ida (Reed), George Edward; c1922
Breckenridge - Nelda Margaret, prob Leslie Kyle, Ida (Reed), George Edward; c1922
 
 
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Breckenridge, Alexander
Breckenridge, Alexander
 
 
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Breckenridge, Alexander, Jr.
Breckenridge, Alexander, Jr.
 
 
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Breckenridge, Elizabeth Abell
Breckenridge, Elizabeth Abell
Mrs. J.B. Abell newspaper clipping from Anniversary announcement 
 
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Breckenridge, Elzie Harder
Breckenridge, Elzie Harder
 
 
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Breckenridge, Felix Harder
Breckenridge, Felix Harder
 
 
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Breckenridge, Flora Elizabeth Moyer
Breckenridge, Flora Elizabeth Moyer
 
 
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Breckenridge, Flora Elizabeth Moyer
Breckenridge, Flora Elizabeth Moyer
 
 
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Breckenridge, Flora Elizabeth Moyer
Breckenridge, Flora Elizabeth Moyer
 
 
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Breckenridge, Flora Elizabeth Moyer Newell
Breckenridge, Flora Elizabeth Moyer Newell
abt 1912 
 
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Breckenridge, George Edward
Breckenridge, George Edward
 
 
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Breckenridge, George Edward family c 1922
Breckenridge, George Edward family c 1922
seated left: his mother Katherine Elizabeth* (Barnhill) Breckenridge
George; back row; Elizabeth Lucy, probably Leslie, Mrs. George (Ida Reed); and Nelda Margaret

explanations: son could be Garrett but Garrett seemed to have been moved away by this time
date estimated in that Leslie married in 1922, assuming he is single in this picture.
from Alfred Moyer's collection 
 
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Breckenridge, John C.
Breckenridge, John C.
 
 
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Breckenridge, Leslie Kyle
Breckenridge, Leslie Kyle
 
 
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Breckenridge, Letitia Porter
Breckenridge, Letitia Porter
Mrs. Peter Buell Porter (Letitia Preston Breckinridge) 
 
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Breckenridge, Mary Jane 'Jenny' and Michael Wilson
Breckenridge, Mary Jane "Jenny" and Michael Wilson
 
 
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Breckenridge, Nelda Margaret
Breckenridge, Nelda Margaret
 
 
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Breckenridge, Preston
Breckenridge, Preston
 
 
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Breckenridge, Preston
Breckenridge, Preston
 
 
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Breckenridge, Robert and Sarah Sickles
Breckenridge, Robert and Sarah Sickles
 
 
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Breckenridge, Robert Jefferson
Breckenridge, Robert Jefferson
 
 
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Breckenridge, Sarah Finley
Breckenridge, Sarah Finley
 
 
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Breckinridge, John Cabell 'Bunny'
Breckinridge, John Cabell "Bunny"
Bunny Breckinridge in "Plan 9 from Outer Space"
mid 1950s
source: restored DVD, cropped
author: Edward D. Wood, Jr.
 
 
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Bressmer Department Store
Bressmer Department Store
the John Bressmer Co.
It was located at 631 E. Adams Street in downtown Springfield. Opened a store in 1977 to White Oaks Mall but soon changed named and then bought out by probably Dillards who closed the store. The downtown store closed in 1980, as well. 
 
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Broussard, Eduard Theophile
Broussard, Eduard Theophile
 
 
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Broussard, Eloi Joseph
Broussard, Eloi Joseph
 
 
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Broussard, Euphemie Belzire
Broussard, Euphemie Belzire
 
 
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Broussard, Savan and Belzire Hebert
Broussard, Savan and Belzire Hebert
pencil drawings 
 
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Broussard, Sevenne
Broussard, Sevenne
 
 
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Broussard, Sevenne home
Broussard, Sevenne home
located in Fannett, Jefferson County, Texas
recently restored by Jim Broussard, Jr. 
 
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Brown House Museum, Rhode Island Historical Society webpage
Brown House Museum, Rhode Island Historical Society webpage
The John Brown House was built in 1788 by merchant, patriot, politician, and slave trader John Brown, an instigator and participant in the Gaspee Affair. He and his family were some of the wealthiest and most influential people in the colonies and, then, the United States. The Browns are the namesake of Brown University. 
 
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Brown, Grover Cleveland and Mattie Beatrice Crittenden
Brown, Grover Cleveland and Mattie Beatrice Crittenden
 
 
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Brown, Grover Cleveland and Mattie Beatrice Crittenden
Brown, Grover Cleveland and Mattie Beatrice Crittenden
Cleve's 70th birthday 
 

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