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Stone Family Photographs

Stone Family Gathering
Black haired man on right: Charlie "Chock" Stone
Man behind Chock: Almer Stone
Woman in Black to left of Chock: Rena Stone Phillips
Woman in black with bobbed hair: Annie Mae Groom Stone
Taller man behind Annie: Henry Luther Stone
1st small child to left in lap of older boy: Raymond Reginald Stone
4th boy from right: Edsel Luther Stone

Stone Family
2nd photo of Family Gathering
made at same time previous one
Notice the croquet mallet in the childrens' hands.
In the 1st photo older gentleman has one, too.
I believe he is possibly Eusibous Dillard Tilford "Sib" Stone.
Sib's wife, Ina Mae, is standing next to him in 1st photo, 2nd from left.
The older white-haired lady in the white dress could be his mother,
Martha Criss Ann Pritchard. Does anyone have any information on this?

Compare the people in the 1st and 2nd photos with the one below.

Woodson Johnson Stone Family
Picture owned and identified by Raymond Reginald Stone
Great-Grandson of Woodson and Martha

More Stone photos to come!


Photograph, Stone Family Gathering, Digital Format, original belonging to Cecil Holt, Llano, Texas. 2009.

Photograph, Stone Family, Digital Format, original belonging to Cecil Holt, Llano, Texas. 2009.

Photograph, Woodson Johnson Stone Family, Digital Format, original belonging to Linda Kay Stone Cox, Possum Kingdom, Texas. 2009.


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