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Clark, John Edwin 'Don' (1890-1939) & William Edward Lovell (1868-1949) &  Catherine Anne 'Katie' MacDonell (1862-1942) & Elizabeth Ann 'Anna' Cockerill (1867-1925) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Clark, John Edwin "Don" (1890-1939) & William Edward Lovell (1868-1949) & Catherine Anne "Katie" MacDonell (1862-1942) & Elizabeth Ann "Anna" Cockerill (1867-1925) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Group/ Business photo "The Racket Store- Millinery Goods, A Speciality" was taken in Jennings, LA about 1910, and came from the MacDonell/ Clark Collection by Ann Fraser/Jan Worthy. The Clark family & Catherine Anne "Katie" MacDonell lived in Jennings. The family of Elizabeth Ann "Anna" Cockerill & William Edward Lovell & other MacDonell families lived nearby in Lake Arthur, LA.  
 
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Clark, John Edwin 'Don' (1890-1939) & William Edward Lovell (1868-1949) & Catherine Anne 'Katie' MacDonell (1862-1942) & Elizabeth Ann 'Anna' Cockerill (1867-1925) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Clark, John Edwin "Don" (1890-1939) & William Edward Lovell (1868-1949) & Catherine Anne "Katie" MacDonell (1862-1942) & Elizabeth Ann "Anna" Cockerill (1867-1925) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Business photo "The Public Wharf" was taken in Lake Arthur, LA, about 1910, and came from the MacDonell/ Clark Collection by Ann Fraser/Jan Worthy. The Clark family & Catherine Anne "Katie" MacDonell lived in Jennings. The family of Elizabeth Ann "Anna" Cockerill & William Edward Lovell & other MacDonell families lived nearby in Lake Arthur, LA.  
 
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Coatney, Albert Edison (1902-1981)
Coatney, Albert Edison (1902-1981)
Business photo of the Arvin plant, where Albert Edison Coatney worked when his children were young, is in Columbus, Indiana, and came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather, who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN.  
 
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Coatney, Benjamin Harrison (1865-1925)
Coatney, Benjamin Harrison (1865-1925)
Group/ Business photo of the Perla, AR Train Depot was taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney when he and his wife and children lived in Perla. This picture came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather, who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN.  
 
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Coatney, Benjamin Harrison (1865-1925)
Coatney, Benjamin Harrison (1865-1925)
Individual/ Business photo of Benjamin Harrison Coatney's photography studio in Perla, AR came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather, who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN.  
 
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Johnson, Albert Harrison 'California Johnson' (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Johnson, Albert Harrison "California Johnson" (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Ranch/ Building/ Equipment/ Going Out of Business Sale photo of the Johnson Ranch, 7 miles from Corcoran, Kings County, CA, was taken in 1924 and came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble. The Johnson Ranch was owned and operated by Albert Harrison "California Johnson" Johnson and Luthera May Van Dusen Johnson. 
 
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Johnson, Albert Harrison 'California Johnson' (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Johnson, Albert Harrison "California Johnson" (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Ranch/ Building/ Equipment/ Going Out of Business Sale photo of the Johnson Ranch, 7 miles from Corcoran, Kings County, CA, was taken in 1924 and came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble. The Johnson Ranch was owned and operated by Albert Harrison "California Johnson" Johnson and Luthera May Van Dusen Johnson. 
 
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Johnson, Albert Harrison 'California Johnson' (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Johnson, Albert Harrison "California Johnson" (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Ranch/ Building/ Equipment/ Going Out of Business Sale photo of the Johnson Ranch, 7 miles from Corcoran, Kings County, CA, was taken in 1924 and came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble. The Johnson Ranch was owned and operated by Albert Harrison "California Johnson" Johnson and Luthera May Van Dusen Johnson. 
 
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Johnson, Albert Harrison 'California Johnson' (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Johnson, Albert Harrison "California Johnson" (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Group/ Ranch/ Building/ Horse/ Going Out of Business Sale photo of the Johnson Ranch, 7 miles from Corcoran, Kings County, CA, was taken in 1924 and came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble. The Johnson Ranch was owned and operated by Albert Harrison "California Johnson" Johnson and Luthera May Van Dusen Johnson. 
 
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Johnson, Albert Harrison 'California Johnson' (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Johnson, Albert Harrison "California Johnson" (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Ranch/ Building/ Going Out of Business Sale photo of the Johnson Ranch, 7 miles from Corcoran, Kings County, CA, was taken in 1924 and came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble. The Johnson Ranch was owned and operated by Albert Harrison "California Johnson" Johnson and Luthera May Van Dusen Johnson. 
 
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Johnson, Albert Harrison 'California Johnson' (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Johnson, Albert Harrison "California Johnson" (1856-1923) & Luthera May Van Dusen (1861-1923)
Ranch/ Equipment Shed/ Automobiles/ Going Out of Business Sale photo of the Johnson Ranch, 7 miles from Corcoran, Kings County, CA, was taken in 1924 and came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble. The Johnson Ranch was owned and operated by Albert Harrison "California Johnson" Johnson and Luthera May Van Dusen Johnson.  
 
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Kamilos, Peter 'Pete' (1890-1962) & Ruby Rae Weeth (1901-1960)
Kamilos, Peter "Pete" (1890-1962) & Ruby Rae Weeth (1901-1960)
Individual/ Business photo of Peter "Pete" Kamilos & Ruby Rae Weeth Kamilos’ candy shop was taken about 1923 in Iowa Park, Wichita Co., TX. This picture came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble.  
 
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McSurley, Harold M. & Virginia Dare 'Jenny' Toney (1903-1994)
McSurley, Harold M. & Virginia Dare "Jenny" Toney (1903-1994)
Automobile/ family business photo of Harold M. McSurley & Virginia Dare "Jenny" Toney McSurley’s store in Hansford, Kanawha Co., WV, was taken in the early 1940’s, and came from The Book of Toney by Brenda Kincaid Beatty. The car has been identified as a Huppmobile with the help of Don Coatney, John Reddie, and Robert Smith. See Don Coatney's Auto Site at http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v65/DonCoatney/  
 
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Stover, Okey Ray (1894-1990)
Stover, Okey Ray (1894-1990)
Group/ Business/ Pony-horse photo of ASA SPANGLER'S MILL AT CIRTSVILLE was contributed by Rebecca Lilly Segura to:
RALEIGH CO., WV WEBSITE, PART OF WVGEN WEB (This site is maintained by Gracie Stover, Jeannie Watts, Lesley Shockley, and Valerie Forren Cook):
http://www.rootsweb.com/~wvraleig/index.htm
SPANGLER’S MILL in Cirtsville, West Virginia is written about in UPPER PAINT CREEK by OKEY R. STOVER.
 
 
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Toney, Harry Richard (1895-1969)
Toney, Harry Richard (1895-1969)
Individual/ Business/ Post Office photo was taken in Charleston, WV, and came from the Toney Collection by Mary Jane Vandale Wood.  
 
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John, Paul, Sr. (1850-1911) & Edith E. John (1881-1958) & Rose John (1876-1955)
John, Paul, Sr. (1850-1911) & Edith E. John (1881-1958) & Rose John (1876-1955)
Business photo of the McGrath Hotel in Chambersburg, PA, was taken prior to the hotel being run by Paul John, Sr., & Edith E. John Potter & Rose John Gable. In 1881 Paul John, Sr., bought The McGrath Hotel, which by that time had been renamed the American Hotel, located at the corner of Queen and Second Street. This he named the FRANKLIN HOUSE. In 1892 he remodeled it and named it the HOTEL JOHN.
 
 


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