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I inherited a photo album which appears to have belong to one of the daughters of Silas Dugger and Sarah C. Baker. Very few of the pictures have captions, and the captions on them are not very informative. Please see if you know these people. If they are related to you I will see that you get a copy. After identification, I plan to give the collection to the Missouri Historical Society in Columbia.

Caption on left "Twins of W. T.(?) Moore",
perhaps children of Edna Savage Moore?
Caption on right "Easter Sunday, 4-20-19"


Two soldiers, assume is WWI based on other content of album.


Are these pictures of the same man?
Who is he?


Caption "R.L. and B.M."
We think this is the old bridge at Hollister.

On back Taken 0ct. 7, 1923, the day we were married. We were both dressed in navy blue."

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GO TO

jehodges@email.com

or snail mail
Joyce (Moore) Hodges
17952 168th ST South
Bonner Springs, KS 66012

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Baker Family: Oldest document marriage William Baker and Hannah Edwards in Jefferson Co., TN in 1801.

Dugger Family: Taney, Stone, in MO and unknown AR

Hodges Family: Beginning with 3 children orphaned "enroute" to Arkansas in mid 1830s - Jesse, Emaline and Lafayette

Short version of primary ancestorial lines: Baker, Turrentine, Hodges, Stanley, and more

Surname List: Surnames, dates and locations for major names working on or cousins trying to contact