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|251||Somerset Court house 1902|
Unknown occasion group photo on the Somerset KY square at court house shows people dressed in their fancy clothes. The RED arrow shows who is believed to be Sam Colyer, born 1884. Found this photo in archives of Edith Colyer Curtis, Sam's daughter. Somerset Ky newspaper clipping dates 1902.
|252||Somerset flour mill in 2002|
As the mill looked a few years before it was torn down.
|253||Somerset Kentucky historical marker--Cyrenius Wait|
Status: Locatedbuilt by John Carpenter Curtis and his brothers, Charlie and Fred in about 1906. Home of FCJ flour (Fred,Charlie, Jack). The mill was located on Monticello St in Somerset Ky where current day (2008) Beecher street intersects.
|255||Somerset mill loading dock|
As it appears 2002 before it was torn down few years later
|256||Soule's Chapel Church|
Status: LocatedPhoto of Soule's Chapel Church new homestead of John Colyer and his son Charles Granade Colyer. This is where family may have gone to church and where John Colyer, son of William Colyar and father of Charles Granade Colyer, is buried. See historic write up about Souleís chapel under John Colyer. It is reported by June Avera that Charles Grenade Colyer was initially buried there, but after a dispute with Louisa Jane, his wife and the church, she reportedly had him exhumed and moved to the Clay Hill Baptist Church cemetery, where his grave is today. However, from reading the obituary of Charles Grenade Colyer in the Somerset Republican newspaper referenced above, this story must be erroneous since the paper says he was originally buried in Clay Hill Cemetery.
|257||St. Clair's bottom|
Near modern day Chilowie VA. This photo looking over the bottom arriving from west looking east. Photo taken 2005
|258||St. Clair's Bottom|
Photo taken 2005 looking east to west over the valley bordered by south fork of Holston river.
|259||Stained Glass Window First Methodist Church Somerset Ky|
This stained glass window was in the old First Methodist Church Somerset that was torn down and replaced by new church building in about 1960. The Window was donated by Mrs. John Carpenter Curtis. It is now in a small chapel within the new First Methodist Church Somerset Ky.
|261||Top LR John Arnold Curtis, Mary Wells Curtis, Earl Curtis, Bottom LR Raymond Stigall, Evelyn Bradley Vaughan Stigall|
Photo on back porch of Earl and Mary Well Curtis house Somerset Ky
Status: LocatedUnion Cemetery near McDonough N.Y. where Seth Curtis and his family are buried. Died 1880
|263||Union Methodist Church|
Status: LocatedUnion Methodist Church next to Union Cemetery in near Mcdonough N.Y
|264||Virginia City, Nevada|
Smaller church is episcopal church, where adjacent cemetery thought to be where Samuel Black Colyer buried
|265||Welby Colyer's grave|
Medical Doctor who lived in ILL but spent later times near St. Petersburg Florida where he had a brother named Jehu (J.R.).
|266||Wesley, Andrew and Charlie Colyer families abt 1900|
L-R: Oscar Colyer,Mary Ellen Nunnally, J Wesley Colyer, Nina Colyer, Mallie Colyer, Ruth Ann Colyer, Andrew Colyer, Eliza Hughes Colyer, Duard Colyer, Amanda Bray Colyer, Charlie Colyer, Addie Colyer. picture of families of brothers Colyer kindly supplied by Mr. Jamie Dugger who is Great Grandson of Addie Colyer, small child to far right in photo.
|268||William (Bill) Memes Colyer|
|269||William (Bill) Memes Colyer and wife Amy|
|270||William (Bill) Memes Colyer and wife Amy|
|271||William Lewis and Mary Elizabeth Ballou Lewis home , Greenwood KY|
Home of William Lewis and Mary Elizabeth Ballou Lewis, Greenwood KY as seen in about 1972. Per Magolla Lewis in 1972, this is back of house, even though faces later created hiway. House is old time ELL architecture.
|272||William Thomas Lewis|
Status: LocatedHere is only photo I have of William Thomas Lewis, Leonís father.
|273||William Walter Colyer|
Status: LocatedName on back of photo found in old pictures held by Ray Colyer and Edith Colyer Curtis
Status: Locatedfound in old pictures of Ray Colyer and Edith Colyer Curtis. Winnie was their aunt. I think Winnie is oldest girl pictured. Younger girl may be sister Leon Lewis, mother to Ray and Edith