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Thence they came from the hills of Tennessee, looking for the White Gold that Alabama promised.
The Packs of Dekalb County Tn. and North Alabama
Updated August 6, 2005

machelle pack ogletree
ironangel@charter.net

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  • John William Pack (38 KB)
    John came to Alabama with his family to find work in the many cotton mills that were springing up across Northern Alabama.
  • Anna Pearl King Pack (114 KB)
    My grandmother(left) here with her siblings Elizabeth and Floyd King
  • Papa Pack (john) (86 KB)
    This is a photo of my Grandfather and Grandmother with my Aunt Marjorie. It appears that he is working on an automobile.They lived near the train tracks as you can see in the background.
  • Anna Pack with sons (105 KB)
    This is a photo of my Grandmother,my daddy Jerry and my uncle Johnnie.
  • Adalaide King (165 KB)
    This photo I have been told is Anna Kings Mother Adalaide Gulley and her mother.
 
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