- James Pinckney and Easter Flanagan McNabb (35 KB)
James and Easter met in Tennessee. She is Cherokee Indian, although but we do not have actual paperwork for proof. Their son James Madison McNabb is my great great grandfather.
- Theodore Washington McNabb Family Photos (304 KB)
The Top picture is four generations,
T W McNabb, Josie McNabb Herrin. Emmer Herrin Sanders( My Mother) and Willard Sanders( My oldest brother) The picture was taken between about 1922-1926. Middle left Picture Josie McNabb Herrin ( My grandmother) and Emmer Herrin Sanders ( my mother) The date is unknown. The middle right picture Josie McNabb Herrin's Children( some of them) left to right Newt, Cenna, Henry, Emmer Pete and Lottie. The picture was taken about 1953-1952 in Noconna, Texas. The Bottom Picture T W McNabb and his daughter Josie taken about 1923-1926
- James Madison and Eliza Ann McNabb and Daughters (63 KB)
James Madison, Eliza Ann Chapman McNabb and the two yougest daughters Rosa and Ina.
- John and Doris Dawes Family (56 KB)
Back Row: Richard Earl Dawes (son), Jackie Hatfield Dawes(daughter in law), Katherine Louise Dawes (Daughter), Michael Lloyd Dawes (Son), Front Row: Deborah Mae Dawes Haupe (Daughter), Doris McNabb Dawes, John Earl Dawes
- James Madison McNabb as young man. (197 KB)
This photo was provided by Lynda Miller of Huntsville, Texas.
- Robert Campbell and Aileen Mize and grandchildren (10 KB)
Robert Mize and Aileen Mize Grandparents of Robert and Stephen Mize
- Richard Dawes Family (48 KB)
Front Row: Jackie Hatfield Dawes, Richard Dawes
Back Row: Joanna Bowzer, Anji Dawes Ison, Roger Ison, Samantha Dawes
- Theodore Washington McNabb and James Madison (5707 KB)
Both brothers served in the 29th Texas Calvary out of Denton County during the American Civil War. James is buried in St. Jo and Theodore is buried at Starkey Cemetery nearby. Theodore started the McNabb feed store in Nocona, Texas and it is still in the family.
- 1939 Brookhaven Mississippi High Graduates (354 KB)
Robert Campbell Mize with tie.
- Michael Dawes 2nd Grade (99 KB)
Mrs.Hammert 2nd Grade Class, Sunset Grade School Anadarko, Oklahoma. Mike is on the front row, fourth from the left.
- James Madison and Eliza Ann McNabb homestead. (92 KB)
This was near St. Jo, Texas. The family heirs are still receiving mineral rights from this property.
- Robert Mize Bronze Medal (129 KB)
Robert Mize Bronze Medal Brookhaven Leader Times, Brookhaven, Mississippi
- Lewis and Mary Toney Family (47 KB)
Left to right Standing: Fate Toney, Ike Toney, Jane Toney Salazar, front: Lewis Edgar Toney, Ethel Toney, Mary Josephine Hood Toney
- Family of Acel Lonzo (Lon) and Eller McNabb (101 KB)
Back Row: Leonard Doss McNabb (son); Eller; Ruby (daughter in law). Second Row: Gracie Lee McNabb Schmidt (daughter); Etta McNabb (daughter); Ethel Toney McNabb (wife of Milvern); Milvern (son); Vasco "Mike", Son. Front Row: Virginia Lee McNabb (daughter of Vasco); Dorthy Lee Schmidt (daugher of Gracie); Francis (daugher of Etta); Doris and James (daughter and son of Milvern); Estha Mae, daughter of Vasco; Helen, Daughter of Milvern.
- Robert Cambell Mize II Burial Stone (210 KB)
Rosehill Cemetery Brookhaven, Mississippi
- Wedding of Martin Luther and Jennettie Daws (28 KB)
Wedding Photograph October 22, 1899
- Family Photo taken in 1927 (81 KB)
Photo taken after funeral of James Madison. Left to right: Doss (son), Gracie (daugter), Mike (son), Eller (mother), Gordon (son), Lon (father), Etta (daughter), Eliza Ann (mother of Lon), Milvern (son).
- Melvin and Ethel McNabb Family (48 KB)
Lewis, Helen, James, Doris, Ethel, Melvin McNabb
- College Diploma Ethel Mae Toney McNabb (164 KB)
August 25th, 1923, Southwestern Teachers College, Weatherford, Oklahoma
- James Madison McNabb Funeral. St. Jo, Tx, Feb 1927 (88 KB)
Left to Right: Acel Lonzo (son), Eller (wife on Lon), Tom Goodpasture (husband of Ina), Eliza Ann (wife), J.P (son), unknown woman, Edward (son), Rosa (daughter), Nora (granddaughter), Ina (daughter), Gordon (grandson).
- High School Diploma Ethel Mae Toney (194 KB)
Rush Springs High School 1919, Rush Springs, Oklahoma
- Milvern McNabb (grandfather) (30 KB)
Milvern as a young man. He was a sharp dresser as a young man.
- High School Yearbook Ethel Mae Toney (95 KB)
Rush Springs Yearbook 1919. Senior picture.
- Syar Outley Daws II (24 KB)
Syar Outley Daws II taken around Oklahoma Statehood 1907
- Gracie Lee McNabb and Fred Schmidt (74 KB)
Aunt Gracie and Uncle Fred as a young married couple.
- Eliza Ann Chapman McNabb (26 KB)
90th Birthday Party for Eliza Ann Chapman McNabb. She is the wife of James Madison McNabb. They are both buried in St. Jo, Texas.
- Eliza Ann McNabb Birthday (52 KB)
90th Birthday Party
- Mary Jane Dees (40 KB)
Wife of Syar Outley Dawes II
- Lon and Eller McNabb grandchildren 1986 (71 KB)
James (son of Milvern), Norma Dean (daughter of Gracie), Doris (daughter of Milvern), Mary Helen (daughter of Milvern, Lewis (son of Milvern), Francis (daughter of Etta), Dorothy (daughter of Gracie).
- 1919 Senior Class Predictions Rush Springs HS (146 KB)
Ethel Mae Toney in Senior Class Predictions in Rush Springs High School 1919.
- Lillian McNabb Patterson Gravestone (85 KB)
Daughter of James and Eliza Ann McNabb. Photo provided by Lynda Miller of Huntsville, Texas
- Martin Luther and Jennettie Erwin Daws (30 KB)
- Eliza Ann and Mary Emma McNabb (18 KB)
Mother Eliza Ann and daughter Mary Emma McNabb taken in Nocona, Texas.
- Melvin McNabb (11 KB)
Son of A L McNabb
- Mike Dawes as Confederate Civil War Reenactor (153 KB)
3rd from the left. Taken in October 2002 in Perryville, Ky at the 140th anniversary of the Battle of Perryville.
- John Earl Dawes (center) College at Oklahoma State (13 KB)
College photo with friends at OSU
- Mike Dawes Civil War Reenactor at Gettysburg 2003 (69 KB)
140th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. The uniform is the 165th New York Zouave.
- John Earl Dawes Navy 1944 (25 KB)
PBY. John Earl was the navigator
- James Vasco McNabb as a youngman (51 KB)
Post Card sent to a relative. Provided by Lynda Miller of Huntsville, Texas
- John Earl and Evelyn Dawes (18 KB)
- Jackey Fletcher Daws, son of S.O. Daws II (109 KB)
This is in the Annis Chapel Cemetery which is near Springtown, Texas. This is where they lived for many years while S.O. was working with the Farmers Alliance (peoples party). Cause of death is not known.
- Ethel Toney McNabb (13 KB)
Taken in her living room around 1966
- McNabb Cousians (Dyer, Dawes, Mize) (22 KB)
Karen Sue Dyer, Debbie Dawes, Richard Dawes, Robert Mize, Larry Dyer, Stephen Mize, Dennis Dyer, M L McNabb, Katy Dawes
- Maude Smith (27 KB)
Maude Smith taken in Hastings,Oklahoma. Maude raised John Earl Dawes and Evelyn Dawes after their mother passed away. She passed away in 1933 at an early age.