This page contains updated genealogical reports of the families of my paternal and maternal ancestors and closely associated families such as the Farringtons.
The families I have researched include BASHAM, BRACKEN, CALLAHAN, CROCKETT, FARRINGTON, FOSTER, GIBSON, HILLIS, LIVINGSTON, LYNE, MCCULLOCH, MCDANIEL, MIZELLS, OWENS, RHODES, RICHARDSON, STOVER AND OTHERS. Genealogical reports appear both on this page and on the Related Link, my original page. I welcome communication from any of my old and newfound "cousins".
All four of my great grandfathers served in the Civil War:
William M. Rhodes, Co. B, 30th GA Inf, wounded in the Battle of Franklin TN 30 November 1864, captured near Nashville, TN 15 December 1864 and sent to Camp Chase, OH POW camp until August 1865.
Henry M. Callahan, Co. D, 27th AL Inf, captured near Cassville, GA 20 September 1864 and sent to Rock Island, IL POW camp. There he signed an oath of allegiance to the Union, and was enlisted in the Union Navy. My greatgrandmother, Louisa Elizabeth Livingson Callahan, received a pension for this service until her death in 1939.
General (name, not rank) Lafayette Richardson, 12th Brigade, Texas Troopers, served six months toward the end of the war, but saw no combat action.
George William Lyne, Co. A, 130th PA Inf, wounded in the Battle of Antietam in September 1862.
Several photos have also been added to this page. Of the 10 children of William M. Rhodes, pictures have been located of all except three, James M., Emaline Rhodes Basham Gibson and Alice E. Rhodes Owens. Alice died at 29 in January 1896, and no photo has been located. Her mother, Margaret Ann Parker Rhodes, is believed to have died at her birth or shortly afterward. Her father married Rachel Harville 28 November 1869. It is hoped one can be obtained of Emaline. A photo of her son, Isaac Rector (Rex) Gibson with his wife and 3 of his 6 children has been found and appears below. His daughter Cassie Gibson Speakman, had 11 children and all have been found alive and well in and around Vinemont, Cullman County, Alabama.
Both James M. and his wife, Colorado Stover Rhodes are buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Conway County, Arkansas in unmarked graves. He and Colorado (Rade) had no children, but it is believed he had a least two by his first wife, Delphia McDaniel, who died at an early age. C. W. (Woodie) Rhodes is listed at age 6 on the 1880 Lawrence County Alabama census along with a sister, Olly, at age 4 living with W. C. Cornelius and identified as "cousins". C.W. is on the 1900 Conway County Arkansas census and married to Kissie A. Bennett and living in residence 210, while James and Colorado live in 212. We know his date of birth, but until we can learn his death date within 10 years, a death certificate cannot be ordered from the Arkansas Bureau of Vital Statistics. A death certificate is hoped to identify his parents.
Since July 1999, three brothers and one sister of my grandfather Daniel Webster Rhodes, have been "found". Thomas Jefferson and James M. went to Conway Co AR by ox-drawn wagons around 1883; Benaja Alexander who had "disappeared" after the 1880 census in Blount County Al, went to Ellis Co. TX in 1895, and Emaline, who was last "seen" at age 13 in Basham Gap, Morgan County, AL,remarried after the murder of her first husband, James H. Basham and is buried at Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery in Cullman Co, AL.
March 3, 2001:
James H. Basham and Emaline had one son, James Alexander, with whom Emaline was two months pregnant when he was hanged by a band of vigilantes 20 March 1865. His oldest son by his previous marriage, Jonathan J. (Jack) Basham was shot by a firing squad composed of the same gang.
This son was located in Navarro County, Texas on the 1900 census with his wife Nellie McCrary and two daughters, Mabel and Beulah. Mabel married O. E. Paxton, and passed away 18 February 1990 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Catherine Edgerton in
- Barbara Allen Foster Richardson (201 KB)
Picking what appear to be pears, maybe for pie or preserves.
- Edwin Arnold and Susie May Lyne Williamson (194 KB)
This was probably taken in 1892 at the time of their marriage. Susie May had just turned 16.
- Daniel Webster Rhodes 1890's (157 KB)
As Dan was born 19 July 1873, this photo was probably taken in Lawrence County Alabama in the 1890's.
- William M. Lyne, Chicago IL, c1907 (137 KB)
This was probably taken about the time of William's marriage to Helen Jackson in Chicago IL in 1907
- William M. and Rachel Harville Rhodes (300 KB)
This photo was taken at some time between their marriage 28 November 1869 and Rachel's death after the 1880 census.
- Clinton Bradford Jr and Elizabeth Ohlson Lyne (416 KB)
Clinton was an insurance claims adjuster in TX and later in CA. Elizabeth taught school in San Bernardino Co CA.
- Alice E. Rhodes Owens Grave Marker (357 KB)
Alice died in January 1896 at age 29. It is believed her mother, Margaret Ann Parker Rhodes, died in childbirth or shortly afterward, as her father remarried Rachel Harville 28 November 1869.
- New Tombstone for Alice E. Rhodes Owens (68 KB)
This tombstone was obtained through efforts initiated by Sue Owens Hudson of Cullman, AL and placed in Bald Knob Cemetery in June 2003.
- First Rhodes/Rhoads/Rhoades Reunion (135 KB)
Over 150 newfound cousins attended the first Rhodes reunion at Solutia Plant Plant Park in Decatur AL on August 8, 1998. Each year since the reunion has been held at Rhodes Ferry Park on the beautiful Tennessee River in Decatur.
- Benaja A. and Nannie Gregory Rhodes Grave (103 KB)
Benaja and Nannie are buried in Elm Branch Cemetery at Bardwell, Ellis County, Texas.
- Mary Ann Rhodes Farrington (67 KB)
This was probably taken around 1900 in Winston County, Alabama
- Frederick Whitaker Lyne (42 KB)
Grandfather Fred W. Lyne born 11 October 1879 in Trinity County TX, died 7 February 1923 in El Paso, TX
- Grave of George Washington Rhoades (Rhodes) (129 KB)
George's wife Malissa Ann Hamilton Rhodes and children George Madison, Roxanne and Rachel are also buried at Bald Knob Cemetery, Lawrence Co AL
- William Harrison Farringtons Sons (61 KB)
William Harrison Farrington had eleven sons by his two wives, Mary Elizabeth Robertson and Lilly Ann Jones. Duey, born 8 August 1899 and died at age 7 on 8 September 1906 in Gunter, Texas. This photo was taken in the 1940s.
- George William Lyne (26 KB)
Great grandfather George W. Lyne born 1837 Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA; died 27 July 1899 in Palestine, Anderson County, TX
- Roy B. Rhodes 1950 (317 KB)
This photo taken at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA in December 1950.
- Phoebe Lyne Reep (61 KB)
This is the tombstone of Phoebe Lyne Reep in the Old Carlisle Cemetery. Her husband Jeremiah appeared on the 1880 Montana Territory census in a boarding house with other miners. No further record of him has been found.
- Hannah Ludlow Lyne (29 KB)
Great Grandmother Hannah Ludlow Lyne born 10 March 1839 in Bordentown, Burlington County, NJ; died 24 February 1916 in Palestine, Anderson County, Texas
- L. W. and Freda Rhodes California Early 60's (79 KB)
This was probably taken in California while Freda attended one of her Studio Girl Conventions.
- Mary and Martha Reep (281 KB)
Tombstone of Mary and Martha Reep in Old Carlisle Cemetery in Lyne family burial plot.
- George Washington Lyne (47 KB)
This is the family of George W. Lyne. Wife listed as Mary C. on 1920 Tarrant Co TX census, and daughters: Octavia, Maggie and Lillian, son Percy, listed in the household on the 1920 Tarrant County, Texas at age 23, occupation: fireman/railroad. George died in a house fire in Alexandria, Louisiana 10 December 1925.
- Granny Callahan (345 KB)
Louisa Elizabeth Livingston Callahan, probably taken in the 1920's - '30's.
- George William Lyne 13 Sep 1837 - 27 Jul 1899 (118 KB)
George is buried in East Hill Cemetery in Palestine, Anderson Co TX, and was a member of Co. A, 130th PA Inf.
- Granny Callahan's Grave (129 KB)
Granny Callahan is buried at Elm Branch Cemetery at Bardwell, Ellis County, Texas beside her daughter, Susan Catherine and her husband, Daniel Webster Rhodes.
- Hannah Ludlow Lyne - 10 Mar 1839 - 24 Feb 1916 (116 KB)
Hannah, wife of George William Lyne, buried beside husband in East Hill Cemetery, Palestine, Anderson Co TX
- Frederick Whitaker and Nancy Richardson Lyne (37 KB)
Grandfather and grandmother Lyne probably on wedding day 22 May 1904 at Palestine, Anderson Co TX
- Historical Marker John Foster Land Grant (58 KB)
GGGGrandfather John Foster was one of Stephen F. Austin's Old 300 colonists and received a Mexican Land Grant of 12,000 acres in Ft. Bend County, Texas in 1822.
- Priscilla Ridgely Smith Lyne Tombstone (73 KB)
Buried beside husband Henry L. Lyne Jr. in St. Peter's Cemetery. East Whiteland TWP PA
- George Washington Rhodes & Children (141 KB)
Children are believed to be George Madison, Rachel and John Thomas as they were in the residence on the 1910 Lawrence County, AL census.
- Henry L. Lyne Jr. Tombstone (73 KB)
Henry is buried beside his second wife, Priscilla Ridgely Smith in St. Peters's Cemetery, East Whiteland TWP, PA
- Commemorative Certificate (248 KB)
Documenting this lineage for the Texas Sesquicentennial ignited the spark to find the Rhodes Family.
- Ann West Jenks Lyne Tombstone (97 KB)
Ann died at 47 of abdominal carcinoma and is buried it St. Thomas Episcopal Cemetery at Whitemarsh, Montgomery County, PA
- Clarissa Richardson Richardson Crockett Foster (114 KB)
Clarissa had quite a life, having three husbands and 13 children. She was in every sense, a pioneer woman.
- Henry and Eleanor Pope Lyne Tombstone (68 KB)
Henry and Eleanor are buried in New Cathedral Cemetery in Baltimore MD
- L. W. and Freda Rhodes c1924 (297 KB)
This was probably taken about the time of their wedding in 1924. Notice the photographer - Richardson.
- Susie May Lyne Williamson (75 KB)
The Williamsons owned and operated a general store in Palestine TX for years, and the building is still standing and used as a residence for Virginia Williamson, now in her eighties and a daughter in law of Susie.
- Susie May Lyne Williamson (160 KB)
Portrait probably taken in the 1920's in Palestine, Texas.
- Henry M. Callahan (105 KB)
Notation on back of this photo: West Point -This belongs to Rachel Elvis Rhodes
- Lavina (Finner May) Lyne and husband Julian Angell (32 KB)
Although Lavinia was listed as her name on the 1880 Trinity Co TX census, she was called "Finner" and that name appears on her marriage license and tombstone.
- Civil War Pension Record (508 KB)
Following his capture at Cassville GA on 20 May 1864 while in Company D 27th Ala Inf, Henry was sent to the Louisville Military Prison thence to Rock Island IL POW camp. After signing an Oath of Allegiance to the Union, he was enlisted into the U.S. Navy as a Landsman on the USS Phlox on 10 June 1864.
- William Lyne, Railroad Engineer (48 KB)
William Lyne wrote one of the most distinguished chapters in railroading history, taking his train over 2,500,000 miles in his 52 years of service with the International Great Northern and Missouri Pacific railroads.
- Burial site of William Bryant Rhodes (148 KB)
This is the marker at Bald Knob Cemetery, Lawrence Co. AL at the burial site of William B. Rhodes, near that of his father, William M.
- Tombstone of Barbara Allen Foster Richardson (85 KB)
Barbara is buried in Zion's Rest Cemetery in Corsicana, Texas beside her husband General Lafayette Richardson. Barbara's grandfather was John Foster, who received a Mexican Land Grant of 12,000 acres in Ft. Bend County, Texas in 1822. He was a member of Stephen F. Austin's Old 300 Colonists.
- Charles Kenneth, Fred Webster & Roy Bruce Rhodes (339 KB)
This photo was taken at the old "shotgun" house at 922 East Palestine Street in Mexia, Limestone County, Texas in 1930
- Tombstone of GGGrandfather John P. Lyne (426 KB)
Family plot located in Old Carlisle Cemetery at corner of S. Bedford and E. South Street. Wrought iron fence surrounds area with tall obelisk above engraved stone
- Tombstone of Emaline Rhodes Basham Gibson (270 KB)
Emaline is buried at Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery in Cullman County Alabama
- Lyne Family Plot Old Carlisle Cemetery (52 KB)
This is the Lyne family plot in Old Carlisle Cemetery in Carlisle PA. Photo graciously provided by Janet Wright, a Professor at Dickinson College in Carlisle. Cemetery also known as the Molly Pitcher Cemetery, as there is monument to her on display.
- Adeline (Ada) Bolander - Lyne Family Burial Plot (59 KB)
Adeline is listed in the household of John P. Lyne, his wife, and his son Lewis F. and his wife Mary J. Bolander Lyne on the 1860 Carlisle Cumberland Co PA census at age 6. Later census has her listed as "sister" so it seems she never married.
- Tombstone of Lewis F. and Mary J. Bolander Lyne (99 KB)
Lewis and Mary J. are listed on the 1860 Carlisle Cumberland Co PA census in the household with his father John P. Lyne and his second wife Mary.
- Tombstone of John P. Lyne with Obelisk (80 KB)
The burial site of John P. Lyne is quite impressive with a tall obelisk rising above the stone with an ornamentation upon it.
- William M. Rhodes' CSA marker (265 KB)
CSA headstone was placed and dedicated 8 August 1998 at the 1st Rhodes reunion by Sons of Confederate Veterans Bald Knob Cemetery Lawrence Co AL
- Sons of Confederate Veterans (178 KB)
This was to have been a 21-gun salute rather than an 18-gun, but one of the Honor Guard got lost trying to find Bald Knob Cemetery
- Ellis R. Farrington & Roy B. Rhodes 8 August 1998 (56 KB)
Ellis is the grandson of Mary Ann Rhodes Farrington and lives in Dadeville AL, near Auburn University where all his children and now his grandchildren have been and are being educated. This photo was taken at the first annual Rhoads/Rhoades/Rhodes reunion at Solutia Plant Park in Decatur AL on 8 August 1998 as a result of the Rhodes research. The ensuing ones have been held at Rhodes Ferry Park on the beautiful Tennessee River in Decatur AL.
- Eulogy - Bald Knob Cemetery 8 August 1998 (161 KB)
An impressive dedication ceremony and eulogy was delivered by Dr. H. Rondel Rumberg of Hueytown, AL at the grave of William M. Rhodes following the First Rhoads/Rhoades/Rhodes reunion
- Isaac Rector (Rex) Gibson family (253 KB)
This is Isaac Rector (Rex) Gibson, son Leslie, wife Mary Millican, daughter Rittie Lula and son Addlie, taken around 1900. Three additional children born later.
- Land grant site of Benjamin Richardson II (230 KB)
GGGGrandfather Benjamin Richardson received a Mexican Land Grant of a League and a Labor of land (approx. 5,000 acres) in Jasper Co TX in the Lorenzo de Zavalla colony. This historical marker depicts the history.
- Tombstone of Isaac Rector (Rex) Gibson (342 KB)
Rex and Mary Millican Gibson are buried in the Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery in Cullman County, Alabama
- Antioch Primitive Baptist Church Buna TX (383 KB)
In 1842 the Richardsons were instrumental in establishing the first Baptist Church in Jasper Co TX. Benjamin and Robert Richardson, my great great grandfather died c1849-50 along with a brother, Ketcham, in an epidemic. Robert's widow, Clarissa, then married Andrew Crockett, nephew of Davy Crockett of the Alamo.
- William M. Rhodes c1870 (193 KB)
This portrait was hanging in the home of Thomas Jefferson Rhodes in Conway Co AR, and is now in the possession of Margaret Merrick of Jacksonville AR, "Pa Rhodes" great granddaughter.
- General Lafayette Richardson and family (270 KB)
This was taken around 1900 and shows the following members of Lafayette and Barbara's family:
Rear: James Norman, Lovell Allen, Ambrose A. and Lafayette.
Front: Noma Madeline, Nancy Lou Bertha, Sina Alice and Barbara Allen Foster Richardson. Barbara's family, the Fosters, were part of Stephen Austin's colonists in Fort Bend County TX
- William Bryant Rhodes (18 KB)
This is a tintype photo taken around 1880 and found in the possession of Margaret Brents Merrick in Jacksonville, Arkansas 30 April 2000
- Tombstone of Alexander G. Lyne, Carlisle PA (74 KB)
Alexander was the last of the Alexander S. Lyne family children.
- 100th Birthday Party (130 KB)
This was taken at the Waco TX Civic Center in July 1980 at the 100th birthday celebration for my grandmother, Nancy Richardson Lyne. She was to live almost another seven years, until 24 June 1987. Pictured with her are the children of her daughter, Freda and L. W. Rhodes, my parents. Left to right: Fred W., Cecil C., Roy Bruce and Charles K. Rhodes
- Homesite of Thomas J. Rhodes at Cleveland, AR (169 KB)
This is the home built after the big, two-story house with beautiful columns was destroyed by a tornado. It was while repairing the roof over the well at the rear of this house at the age of 94, that Thomas slipped, fell and broke his collar bone and several ribs. He never recovered from these injuries.
- Marriage Lic. Elijah Stover and Delphina Logan (164 KB)
Elijah and Delphina were married in Lawrence County, AL while Alabama was still a Territory
- Burial site of Daniel Webster and Susan Rhodes (110 KB)
Elm Branch Cemetery, Bardwell, Ellis County, Texas. Benaja Alexander and Nannie Gregory Rhodes are also buried in this cemetery.
- Melvin Crowder at Cleveland AR Cemetery (141 KB)
This is the cemetery in which Thomas J. and Ellen Harvell Rhodes are buried. Across the road is the Cleveland Methodist Church (erected 1942)on the site of the old church that Thomas and Ellen attended.
- John Philip Lyne II (58 KB)
John P. Lyne died 5 December 1903 in Ft. Worth TX. He, like his father and his brothers, was a railroad engineer with the International Great Northern and Missouri Pacific railroads.
- Sunnyside Cemetery Conway Co AR (229 KB)
It is here that James M. and Colorado Stover Rhodes are buried. Also buried here are Thomas and Ellen's children, Inez and Ellen and Lawrence and Sallie, who died at an early age, Warner Rhodes and Alice May Carlile, Ludie Rhodes Carlile's children, and others. The cemetery is very isolated but reachable by auto.
- Susie May Lyne as a young lady (39 KB)
Susie May and Lavinia (Fenner)May Lyne were twins born 1 February 1876. This photo was probably taken in the 1890s.
- Burial place of James and Rhoda Rhodes (165 KB)
This is where James and Rhoda (Rade)Rhodes are buried at Sunnyside Cemetery in Conway Co AR. Of the 10 children of William M. Rhodes, James is the only one for which a tombstone has not been found.
- Wiley Wood Foster Company D 18th Texas Cav CSA (69 KB)
Wiley Wood Foster was last Texas veteran of the Civil War in Callahan Co TX and possibly Texas and died 26 October 1946, two months short of his 102nd birthday.
- Melvin and Doris Hillis Crowder Solgohachia AR (119 KB)
Doris is the last survivor of the 13 children of Edward and Hallie Bell Rhodes Hillis, and lives with her husband Melvin in Conway County AR
- CSA Grave Marker of Wiley Wood Foster (55 KB)
Wiley died in Cross Plains, Callahan Co TX 26 Oct 1946, shortly before his 102th birthday.
- Tombstone of Nathan Harrison Farrington (394 KB)
Nathan and Mary Ann Rhodes Farrington are buried in Ashridge Methodist Church Cemetery at Double Springs, Winston County, Alabama
- LtJG Fritz Lyne USS Rasher (SS269) (39 KB)
Fritz was the torpedo officer aboard the submarine USS Rasher (SS269) in WWII. This is the crew taken 11 January 1946 at Polly's Inn in Norwich CT. Fritz is on the front row, extreme right side.
- George H. W. Bush and Fritz Lyne (209 KB)
This was probably taken shortly before Fritz' death in 1987 in Dallas, Texas.
- Tombstone of Thomas Veal(e) Lyne (56 KB)
Thomas' grave is near the Lyne family plot in the Old Carlisle Cemetery, but the connection to the family has yet to be determined. His father was Lt. William B. Lyne (married to Elizabeth Veale)10 June 1829 in Portsmouth VA. William fell from the old USS Pennsylvania and died 29 April 1841. A monument to him is in the Cedar Grove Cemetery in Portsmouth. As Thomas was born in 1831, it is assumed (but not definitely established, that these are his parents.
- Bessie May Lyne Rucker (91 KB)
Bessie was the last of the ten children of George William Lyne, eight of whom achieved adulthood. She was married to Wesley Rucker, a DVM.
- Grave of Mary Ann Rhodes Farrington (349 KB)
Mary Ann and Nathan Harrison Farrington are buried at Ashridge Methodist Church cemetery at Double Springs, Winston Co AL. Nathan was burned in both eyes by gunpowder in the Battle of Shiloh 7 April 1862, shortly after reenlisting in the 1st AlaCav for the duration.
- Burial Site of Thomas Jefferson Rhodes (303 KB)
Forest Rhodes, son of William Bryant Rhodes and Margaret Merrick, great granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson Rhodes taken at his burial place in Conway County Arkansas
- Tombstone of Mary Beatrice (Dollie) Rhodes Roberts (333 KB)
Dollie was born 16 October 1863 in Lawrence County AL and died 20 April 1951 in Moulton AL. She is buried in Johnson's Chapel Cemetery.
- Masonic Tombstone of William M. Rhodes (342 KB)
This is the Masonic headstone on the grave of William M. Rhodes. The inscription showing "He Followed Virtue"
"William B" is in error. One of his sons, William Bryant Rhodes, is also buried at Bald Knob Cemetery.
- Roy B. Rhodes May 2000 (198 KB)
Blanchard Baptist Church directory, Lake Livingston TX 2000
- Benaja Alexander Rhodes (42 KB)
This was probably taken in the 1920's on the farm at Howard, Ellis County, Texas
- Mt. Zion Masonic Lodge #542, Lawrence County, AL (367 KB)
William M. Rhodes was a member of this lodge at the time of his death 1 February 1908, and received his 1st, 2nd and 3rd (Master Mason) degrees in January and February 1863 at the Danville, Alabama Lodge.
- Ellen and Inez Hillis Graves (244 KB)
This is the burial place at Sunnyside Cemetery of two of Ed and Hallie Belle Hillis' children, who died at at early age.
- Thomas Jefferson Rhodes 1939 (125 KB)
This photo was taken when "Uncle Tom" was 90 years of age. In 1943 he was replacing shingles on his roof, fell and was severely injured, never fully recovering. He died October 1, 1943.
- Graves of Lawrence and Sallie Hillis (269 KB)
This is the burial place at Sunnyside Cemetery of Lawrence and Sallie Hillis, two children of Ed and Hallie Bell Rhodes Hillis.
- Foster High School (43 KB)
A state of the art high school was dedicated 3 November 2001 following the Foster family reunion held in the spacious cafeteria on 2 November.
- Daniel Webster Rhodes 26 July 1933 (293 KB)
Dan died at age 60 of lockjaw (tetanus) which developed after he stepped on a nail on 4 July 1933.
- Old Home Place of Elijah Stover Lawrence Co AL (155 KB)
This is the old log home of Elijah Stover in Lawrence Co AL. It has since been torn down and replaced. Before the Civil War, Elijah had a plantation exceeding 1,600 acres and the 1850 Lawrence Co AL Slave Census had him listed as owning 16 slaves.
- Susan Catherine Callahan (Grandma) Rhodes 1946 (65 KB)
This was taken shortly after WWII in Mexia, TX - "Grandma" Rhodes, Fred W. Rhodes, Liz Tomlin Ryan and Laura Beth Rothrock
- Mary Beatrice (Dollie) Rhodes Roberts (146 KB)
This photo appears to have been taken between 1940 and 1951
- Masonic Memoir for William M. Rhodes (117 KB)
This was transcribed from a page in the minutes of the Mt. Zion Masonic Lodge 542 in Lawrence Co. AL 3 February 1908
- Beulah Lee (Louise) Basham (105 KB)
Probably taken in Dallas TX between 1915 and 1920
- Tombstone of Hattie May Lyne Pace Palestine TX (161 KB)
Of the 11 children of George William Lyne, 8 lived to adulthood. Portraits or photos of 7 have been located. Hattie May is the only one of which no likeness has been found. She is buried in East Hill Cemetery, Palestine, TX
- Mabel Clair Basham (123 KB)
Probably taken in Dallas TX between 1915 and 1920
- Mrs. John P. Lyne II and infant Homer B. 1890 (94 KB)
This is Ida Mayfield Lyne and infant Homer B. taken in 1890.
- CSA Grave Marker for General Lafayette Richardson (63 KB)
This is the marker placed by the Sons of Confederate Veterans at Zion's Rest Cemetery for G. L. Richardson
- Washington on the Brazos (163 KB)
This is where the Texas Declaration of Independence was written and signed 1836 and was the first capitol of the Republic of Texas.
- Mabel and Beulah (Louise) and Raymond Woolf (34 KB)
Photo taken c1919, possibly at Galveston Texas
- Lorenzo de Zavala (87 KB)
Lorenzo de Zavala was the Empresario for land grants in the Nacogdoches, Bevil District and Jasper areas. His signature appears on the Land Grant (in Spanish) of Benjamin Richardson.
- Great Grandpa G. L. Richardson and Girls (181 KB)
This was taken in the late 1930s and shows Aunt Noma, Aunt Sina, Grandpa Richardson and Grandma Lyne.
- Great Grandmother Barbara Richardson (59 KB)
This was probably taken in the late 20s or early 30s of Barbara Allen Foster Richardson, the granddaughter of John Foster, a member of Stephen F. Austin's Old 300 in Ft. Bend Co TX in 1822
- Wiley Wood and A. B. Foster (89 KB)
This is Wiley Wood and Ambrose B. Foster with their new state of the art automobile.