- Kathryn Ann MARINAC Centrich (CINDRIC) (20 KB)
Anna Centrich FIEDOR (L), Louis Fiedor (C), and my grandmother Kathryn MARINAC Centrich (R)
- Deborah Ann Fawn, my sister (43 KB)
An accomplished ballerina, dancer, and instructor.
- Death cast of twins from Mutter Museum (24 KB)
Cast taken from ischiopagus conjoined twins. Specimen is from Mutter Museum, Philadelphia, PA. Could these be the FINLEY twins?
- Obit of Dan E. Fown (181 KB)
son of Benjamin & Nina Fown
- Obit of Charles Edward "Jack" Fown (93 KB)
son of Charles Edward FAWN/Fown and Almira DOANE
- Don Fawn Jr. (author) Feb. 2, 1999 (109 KB)
The author of this site is shown in the second row, far right wearing his customary attire.
- Wreck of EARLY DELIVERY (54 KB)
US Army Central Identification Lab personnel at the wreck of "Bud" Fawn's aircraft. Note the tail wheel sticking up in the air as described by Gladys Fawn in her 1943 vision of the crash. (photo courtesy of Grant Malensek)
- Obituary of Adelaide FAWN Bishop (94 KB)
daughter of Edward B. Fawn and Elizabeth STORY Fawn; wife of Charles Oliver Bishop
- Nose of EARLY DELIVERY (32 KB)
After resting 46 years in the New Guinea jungle, the nose art of the plane is still visible. (photo courtesy of Grant Malensek)
- Obit of George Fawn (123 KB)
son of Edward B. Fawn and Elizabeth STORY Fawn; half-brother of Frank FAWN
- Inside the wreckage (29 KB)
The interior of the fuselage of "EARLY DELIVERY" as seen 46 years after being shot down by Japanese Zeroes near Wau, Papua, New Guinea. (photo courtesy of Grant Malensek)
- Does this look familiar? (156 KB)
this photo could be associated with any of the above surnames as it accompanied the same material
- Ella Perkins (my GGrandma) & Cora PERKINS Schaffer (18 KB)
circa 1938. (L) Martina Schaeffer as young child; (M) Cora PERKINS Schaeffer (sister of George W. Perkins and Henry S. Perkins and daughter of Justice PERKINS); (R) Ella ALTER Perkins
- New Years Eve on Austin's famous 6th Street (69 KB)
Author (left) and band at Austin's "Steamboat Springs" nightclub.
- the BOOHER Book, page 292 (91 KB)
image contributed by Eva Booher, May 2000
- the BOOHER Book, page 293 (91 KB)
contributed by Eva Booher, May 2000
- Charles Alvin DeWitt's Civil War Pension Record (83 KB)
contains reference to his widow Emily A. DeWitt
- Don Fawn Sr. in Phan Rang, Vietnam (317 KB)
Phan Rang Air Base, Vietnam 1967-1969
- Edwin Woodruff Perkins, my great uncle (47 KB)
Edwin Woodruff Perkins in 1955
- Gladys Mae Fawn, my Aunt (57 KB)
Gladys Mae Fawn Martin (L) and her mother Julia Cornelia Perkins Fawn (R) in 1988. Gladys was called to Heaven on May 31, 2000.
- Herbert Earl Fawn Sr., my uncle (53 KB)
Herbert Earl "Demp" Fawn in 1990
- Meeker (Meker) Debolt's Civil War Pension record (88 KB)
referencing his widow Nancy Jane BOOHER (Fawn) Debolt
- Janet Leigh FAWN Detwiler, my aunt (331 KB)
date of photo unknown
- Almeda DOANE Doyle - Death Certificate (218 KB)
Almeda was the sister of Clarinda DOANE Fawn and Almira DOANE Fawn. Almeda was married to James Monroe Doyle.
- Angeline Doane - Death Certificate (244 KB)
Angeline was another sister of Almeda DOANE Doyle, Clarinda DOANE Fawn and Almira DOANE Fawn.
- Charles Alvin DeWitt Civil War Discharge (164 KB)
I'm still sorting through many theories on why I have these and why they were associated with the photo album of the mystery daguerreotypes which I have "composited" as "mystery photos" on this page. Help me identify them if you can.
- Obit. of Beverly Jean FAWN Carver (262 KB)
- Descendants of Charles E. Fawn (123 KB)
In front on the left is Herbert (Herbie) Fown, next to him his the youngest - Billy Joe Fown, and then to the right is Robert Woodrow Fown. In
back from l to r is Donald Fown, Dwight Fown, Dan Fown in the yellow shirt, Elsie Fae Fown Rhodeback Fields and Ona Mae Fown Riley. (id's courtesy of Robert L. Fown)
- Obit. of Edward B. Fawn Sr., my GGG grandfather (222 KB)
dated 1911 - surnames mentioned include RICHCREEK, STORY, INSKEEP, WINTERS, and BISHOP.
- London Theatre poster of Actor James Fawn (1879) (709 KB)
See link in "Related Files" section below for more info about the career of James Fawn.
- Cemetery deed for George W. Perkins (354 KB)
deed for cemetery plot in Delaware, Ohio
- Author holding M-79 in evidentiary photo (19 KB)
Photo taken in July 1999 during investigation at a customs broker's warehouse along the Texas-Mexico border in Laredo, TX
- Composite mystery photo 5 (70 KB)
- Obituary of Myrtle N. LEFFLER Fawn (115 KB)
wife of William A. Fawn of Marysville, OH
- Bill Fawn winning a Cage Fighting match (42 KB)
Bill take a decision over Kris McCloud on 9/18/2001 in Newark, Ohio in the middleweight division. Can't find anything else on Bill but the geography is right. Bill, if you're one of ours, let me know!
- Composite Mystery Photo 001 (76 KB)
- Composite Mystery Photo 002 (95 KB)
- Composite Mystery Photo 003 (73 KB)
Upper left: JAMES GLANCY, perhaps? Interestingly enough, a reader commented that the Upper Right and Lower Right images bear a striking resemblence to his father's family line which has the surname BOOHER.
- Composite Mystery Photo 004 (83 KB)
- Composite Mystery Photo 006 (77 KB)
lower left: reader suggested this may be DORIS HAWKINS of Licking County, Ohio.
- The MYSTERY PHOTO ALBUM (78 KB)
Photo album handed down to author from Julia Cornelia PERKINS Fawn
- Composite Mystery Photo 007 (79 KB)
- 1901 school in Delaware/Licking Co. (60 KB)
(b) Cora Schauch, Leah Taft, Sadie Cummings; (m) Jesse Perkins, Mary Taft, Clara Elliot, Earl Elsbee, Gladys Elliot; (f) Jesse Case, ? Elliot, Howard Cummings, Harry Cummings, Freda Case
- Death certificate of George W. Perkins (110 KB)
my great grandfather
- Composite Mystery Photo 008 (75 KB)
Top right image: a reader suggested that this image resembles her father JOHN TOBAN PERKINS SR.
- Licking/Delaware Co. school (1898-1907?) (123 KB)
Lela Perkins is in the second row, second girl from the left
- Death certificate of JUSTUS J. PERKINS (134 KB)
my great great grandfather (1836-1924)
- Composite Mystery Photo 009 (50 KB)
- Maude Perkins, my great aunt (67 KB)
Maude Perkins holding her new nephew Frank Wesley Fawn (born July 1917 to Julia Cornelia PERKINS Fawn). Photo probably taken in late 1917 in Lewis Center, Delaware Co., Ohio.
- Clifford Jesse "Bud" Fawn (19 KB)
photo taken in 1942
- the INSKEEP Book (149 KB)
pertinent page of family data from the INSKEEP BOOK
- Herbert Earl Fawn (624 KB)
photo taken in 1950's
- Land Grant issued to Capt. William Fawn (169 KB)
digital image of land grant document issued to Captain William Fawn for military service during the American Revolutionary War. Grant for 3 100-acre parcels in "Chillicothe" area of the Western Reserve (present-day Ohio)
- Frank Wesley Fawn Sr. (6 KB)
82nd Airborne Division, U.S. Army, March 1944
- Lela Josephine Fawn, my aunt (83 KB)
date of photo unknown
- Frank Wesley "Sonny" Fawn Jr. (50 KB)
photo taken in 1966. "Sonny" served in the U.S. Navy until his Honorable Discharge in 1971.
- Thelma FAWN Ball, my aunt (45 KB)
date of photo unknown
- the Morrow County DOUBLE BABE (82 KB)
an account of the birth and life of Mina and Minnie Finley as described in the Van Sickle Genealogy.
- Kane Sawyer - my nephew (642 KB)
Kane "the Big Kahuna" Sawyer surfing in Hawaii - summer of 2005
- Bronwyn Sawyer - my niece (540 KB)
Looking for mischief in Hawaii - summer of 2005
- Composite Mystery Photo 010 (58 KB)
Reader Tammi (STORY) Bechtel wrote that the girl (lower right)looked like her grandmother, Ruby Briggs who later married Charles Jacob Story. Tammi stated, "I have seen similar pictures of her as a little girl."
and am curious as to where that picture was
- Composite Mystery Photo 011 - IDENTIFIED (25 KB)
Mina and Minnie Finley. Their birth was recorded in Morrow Co., OH on October 12, 1870. The twin girls died July 18, 1871. The parents were Joseph and Ann Eliza Finley of Peru Twp., Morrow Co., Ohio.
- Clifford Jesse 'Bud' Fawn (the family ghost) (133 KB)
C-47 "Early Delivery" at Jackson Airdrome, Port Moresby, New Guinea in Jan. 1943. L to R: 2nd. Lt. Preston Holden; 2nd Lt. John W. Foltz; Cpl. Emil W. Erickson; Pvt. Clifford J. "Bud" Fawn. Last known photo of Bud Fawn alive. The story of his ghost is in the DESCENDANTS OF GEORGE FAWN report (link below) listed under the entry for Gladys Mae Fawn.
- Frank A. Centrich (Franjo CINDRIC) (17 KB)
My grandfather Frank Centrich (L) and his brother Martin Cindric (R).
- The author's 9,800 foot-high dilemma (379 KB)
4 cups of coffee? "Never again", says Don.
- Donald R. Fawn Sr., my dad (81 KB)
Awarded the Bronze Star following return from assignment in Vietnam (1967-1969)
- Obit. of Della DEBOLT Rowe (371 KB)
From the Licking County Library, Licking Co., OH. The reference to Peter Fawn is probably to James Ryan Fawn who's nickname was "Pete".
- Dorothy Ann (CENTRICH) Fawn, my mom (15 KB)
My mom..... and she seems to be happy about it...
- Obit. of Alice FAWN Winters (246 KB)
published June 4, 1925 in the Richwood Gazette
- James Clifford Fawn, my grandfather (23 KB)
James Clifford Fawn (L) and his son Clifford Jesse "Bud" Fawn (R) taken in Ohio 1942.
- Obituary of Edward B. Fawn Jr. (254 KB)
- Bronwyn takes to the waves on a serious quest (548 KB)
"Which way is it to Maui"?
- Donald R. Fawn Jr., (yours truly) (29 KB)
At home in his own recording studio or jamming with his band in Austin nightclubs, music is the first love.
- Obit of William Arthur Fawn (119 KB)
- Julia Cornelia PERKINS Fawn, my grandmother (9 KB)
Grandma Fawn in 1988 at the age of 92
- Obit of Charles Edward FAWN/Fown (87 KB)
son of Frank FAWN and Nancy BOOHER Fawn
- Obit#1 of Nina Myrtle ANNIS Fown (83 KB)
wife of Benjamin Fown
- Obit #2 of Nina Myrtle ANNIS Fown (92 KB)
wife of Benjamin Fown
- Obit of Elsie May ROBINSON Fown (83 KB)
wife of Charles Fown
- Obit of Harry Eugene (Gene) Fown (372 KB)