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1905 (c.) May Hull
1905 (c.) May Hull
 
 
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1905 May Hull
1905 May Hull
Her wedding day 
 
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1907 (c.) Judge William H. Pope
1907 (c.) Judge William H. Pope
Reappointed judge of Fifth Circuit District of New Mexico by President Roosevelt. 
 
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1908 (c.) Lucy Fleming, Leila May Hull, Callie Hull
1908 (c.) Lucy Fleming, Leila May Hull, Callie Hull
 
 
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1908 (c.) Mildred Lewis Rutherford
1908 (c.) Mildred Lewis Rutherford
Director of Lucy Cobb Institute 
 
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1908 (c.) Philip Weltner
1908 (c.) Philip Weltner
 
 
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1908 (c.) Sally Cobb Hull
1908 (c.) Sally Cobb Hull
 
 
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1908 Hull Family in New Mexico
1908 Hull Family in New Mexico
Longstreet, Tom, Callie, Augustus, Callie, May, Will 
 
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1908 In New Mexico 'Mr. Longstreet's Buick'
1908 In New Mexico "Mr. Longstreet's Buick"
Mr. Roberts, clerk of the court, by his side.
From "Log of a Tenderfoot," an account of the Hull family trip to New Mexico, by A. L. Hull. 
 
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1909 (c.) Callie Hull
1909 (c.) Callie Hull
 
 
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1921 Bryan Carr Lumpkin
1921 Bryan Carr Lumpkin
 
 
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1936 (c.) Marion Hull Morris and Children
1936 (c.) Marion Hull Morris and Children
Marion Hull Morris and Murrow Brice Morris 
 
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20-New stainless steel pins are placed in the base.
20-New stainless steel pins are placed in the base.
 
 
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21-A dry run: Will the pins fit into the holes?
21-A dry run: Will the pins fit into the holes?
 
 
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22-The rusting iron pins expanded, breaking off chunks of marble.
22-The rusting iron pins expanded, breaking off chunks of marble.
 
 
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23-Structural epoxy will hold the new pins in place.
23-Structural epoxy will hold the new pins in place.
 
 
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24-Mike sets the new pins.
24-Mike sets the new pins.
 
 
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25-Mortar will bond the headstone to its base.
25-Mortar will bond the headstone to its base.
 
 
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26-The team lifts the stone onto its pins.
26-The team lifts the stone onto its pins.
 
 
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27-The headstone is braced while the mortar sets.
27-The headstone is braced while the mortar sets.
 
 
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28-Charlotte Marshall brought iced tea to cool us off--it was hot in that Georgia sun!
28-Charlotte Marshall brought iced tea to cool us off--it was hot in that Georgia sun!
 
 
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29-Mike takes a break to admire Charlotte's handsome book on Oconee Hill Cemetery.
29-Mike takes a break to admire Charlotte's handsome book on Oconee Hill Cemetery.
 
 
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30-Cleaning the stone exposes ivy, oak leaves, and acorns that were long hidden under grime.
30-Cleaning the stone exposes ivy, oak leaves, and acorns that were long hidden under grime.
 
 
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31-Nicole uses Jahn marble mortar to fill in the broken places.
31-Nicole uses Jahn marble mortar to fill in the broken places.
 
 
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32-Late afternoon rain calls for a tarp to protect Nicole's work.
32-Late afternoon rain calls for a tarp to protect Nicole's work.
 
 
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33-Nicole creates a faux mortar joint at the bottom of the headstone.
33-Nicole creates a faux mortar joint at the bottom of the headstone.
 
 
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34-The braced stone is left under its tarp overnight to set.
34-The braced stone is left under its tarp overnight to set.
 
 
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36-Julia's headstone, partially cleaned, shows similar damage.
36-Julia's headstone, partially cleaned, shows similar damage.
 
 
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37-The damage is caused by a rusting iron pin.
37-The damage is caused by a rusting iron pin.
 
 
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38-Julia's headstone is wobbly; it will be stabilized soon.
38-Julia's headstone is wobbly; it will be stabilized soon.
 
 
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39-A Wood & Perot fence surrounds the Lumpkin-Cobb lot.
39-A Wood & Perot fence surrounds the Lumpkin-Cobb lot.
 
 
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40-In deplorable condition, it needs professional preservation.
40-In deplorable condition, it needs professional preservation.
 
 
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41-The fence is undergoing preservation in 2017.
41-The fence is undergoing preservation in 2017.
 
 
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?, Gerry Hull, ?, Richard Hull, Jr.
?, Gerry Hull, ?, Richard Hull, Jr.
 
 
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A Generation of Evanses
A Generation of Evanses
Tommy, Carl, Elizabeth, Sarah, Luke, Jack, Emily, Kathryn, Zack, Stephanie, Trey 
 
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A page from Vivienne Murrow's girlhood journal
A page from Vivienne Murrow's girlhood journal
Daddy's father [actually grandfather Richard Lewis Murrow] was Organist in Christ Church Cathedral Dublin, married a French girl named Du Mesney from Sark. [Scratched out: They lost two children in the Black Plague] then went to live in Lurgan w[h]ere Grandpa was a schoolmaster and played the organ a lot in church. 
 
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A. R. Glancy
A. R. Glancy
 
 
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A.R. and Lenora Glancy with Algonquin Indians
A.R. and Lenora Glancy with Algonquin Indians
A.R. Glancy was made a chief of the Algonquin tribe after naming the Pontiac automobile after their chief. 
 
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A.R. Glancy with family
A.R. Glancy with family
Back: Al Glancy, Jr., Inman Brandon, Richard Hull
Middle: A.R. Glancy III., Chris Brandon, Richard Hull, Jr., Gerry Hull
Front: George McChesney, Jr., A.R. Glancy, Sr. 
 
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Adaline and Mirabelle Archer
Adaline and Mirabelle Archer
"Banjo" and "Belly" 
 
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Adaline Archer
Adaline Archer
 
 
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Alex Brennan
Alex Brennan
 
 
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Alex Brennan
Alex Brennan
 
 
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Alexander S Erwin
Alexander S Erwin
 
 
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Amanda
Amanda
The bride's hairstyle 
 
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Amanda and Trey
Amanda and Trey
On their wedding day 
 
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Amanda and Trey
Amanda and Trey
Wedding at St. Simons Island, Georgia 
 
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Amanda and Trey Evans
Amanda and Trey Evans
On their wedding day 
 
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Amanda Gerlaugh Evans
Amanda Gerlaugh Evans
 
 
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Anna Longstreet Hull
Anna Longstreet Hull
 
 

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