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Welcome to Sunday All Day Brunch. This is an open topic thread so help yourself to the goodies and sit a spell and let us know what is new with you. As the person who cleaned out my parent's house I am the one who has all the photographs. I have been busy scanning them into the computer since some of them are decaying fast. So for the next three diaries we will be taking a trip into the past. A time when photos in color were hand tinted.

We will start in the Civil War era. My mother was born a Hughes and her mother was a Hensley. My Dad's mother was a Wiseman and his father a Wilson.

Great Grandfather Hensley at his Civil War reunion.
Great Grandfather Hensley with one of his children
Great Grandfather Hensley was a sheriff
My Cherokee Great Grandmother Hensley and some of her children.
Great Grandmother and Grandfather Hughes
Great Grandfather James William Wilson.
Great Grandfather Wilson
Great Grandfather and Grandmother Wilson
Great Grandmother Wiseman with the funeral picture of Great Grandfather Wiseman and her children Gertrude and Chauncy.
In the early 1900s.
Grandfather James Francis Wilson on left.
Grandfather James Francis Wilson
Grandmother Gertrude Wilson and her brother Chauncey Wiseman
Grandmother Una Mae Hughes on right with her sisters Florence and Myrtle.
To be continued on Thursday.

Originally posted to Street Prophets on Sun Feb 23, 2014 at 07:02 AM PST.

Also republished by Genealogy and Family History Community.

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