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Charles D. Judy Family

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This photo is of the Charles D. Judy Family. Charles was a son of Zebulon and Cynthia Graham Judy of Spruce Run, Harman. Pictured from left to right, front row are: William “Bill”, Grace, May, Laura Imes Judy (wife of CD Judy), Aunt Minnie, Jennie. Left to right, back row: Marie, Harry, Leonard, George. Bill is the father of Janice McDaniel More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
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Methodist Episcopal Church

This photo is of the Methodist Episcopal Church South in Parsons. There has been a challenge to figure out where this church was located. According to Fansler, such a church existed by the road near Alum Hill. More...

the children of Henry
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
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The Children of Henry

  This photo is of Bonnie, Alan, Lewis and Violet (Sis) Smith from the Flanagan Hill Area. They are the children of Henry and Loutie Hedrick Smith. Loutie was the daughter of Maudie Raines Hedrick, granddaughter More...

tannery
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
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Tannery in Parsons

  This is a photo of the Tannery in Parsons. Note the smoke stack which still stands today. According to records, the Tannery was built in 1893 by Thomas Gould and his sister, Abbie Gould. The Tannery changed More...

The Home of Eugene Radcliff, Hendricks
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014
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Eugene Radcliff of Hendricks

This photo is of the home of Eugene Radcliff of Hendricks. It appears that The Merchant’s Photographer of Hendricks took the picture and it was printed for The J. E. Poling Co. A quick search lead me to no More...

Moss Ford Bridge
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
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Moss Ford Bridge

  This photo is of the Moss Ford Bridge know prior as Job’s Ford. It was printed by Broadwater’s Art Shop Thomas and is postmarked June 23, 1908. The bridge is named after Mr. E. M. Moss who was More...

Thomas House
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
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Thomas House

  This is the last in the series of Rail Yard Buildings from Thomas. This is the houses built along the hill and most likely part of what was called Tony Row. I have been told that all of the buildings were More...

Pumping Station - Thomas
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
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Pumping Station in Thomas

This is one of the ongoing photos of buildings found in the rail yard of Thomas. I do not know if any of these buildings still exist and have not heard from anyone with info on any of them. This is the Pumping More...