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|Birth||31 Jul 1916|
|Died||18 Dec 1995|
|Buried||Clay Hill Baptist Church Cemetery Somerset Ky|
|Person ID||I34544||John Colyer family of Somerset Ky|
|Last Modified||25 Sep 2021|
|Father||Charles (Charlie) B. Colyer, b. 16 Apr 1877|
|Mother||Anna Catherine Bray, b. 1881, d. 1959|
|Family ID||F7919||Group Sheet|
|Family||Ruth Ella Cook, b. 6 Aug 1926, Ruth, Ky , d. 6 Nov 2014, Somerset, Ky|
|Last Modified||28 Nov 2016|
|Family ID||F7993||Group Sheet|
|Photos||Beech Grove School 1927|
Beech Grove one room school class 1927. Blond girl front row third from left has been identified as Lera Colyer (daughter of Ad N Colyer, postmaster)
Beech Grove School, Ruth, Kentucky 1927 or 1928.
Pictured are (front row, from left) Madeline Miller, Lera Colyer(daughter of Ad Colyer), Robert Warren, Mitchell Miller, Cora Cowan Allen, Edith Colyer, Leonard Colyer, Leona Bray, Max Hughes, James Bray and Lee Hardin Ramsey.
Second row: Roberta Tomlinson, Vetta Bray, Reuben Bray, Tilman Warren, Maurice Miller, Lloyd Colyer, Richard Hughes, John Dexter Alexander and Robert Hughes.
Third row: Marie Hughes, Martha Tomlinson, Geneva Warren, Lida Slavey, Leona Bray, unknown, Gerald Hughes, Carl Miller, Leslie Colyer, William Sears, Harold Alexander and Albert Herrin.
Fourth row: Lera Simpson, Lois Hughes and Dorothy Tomlinson.
Back row: Mary Susan Flippin (teacher), Eugene Allen, Ruth Hughes, Orville Alexander, Homer Colyer and Harlan Sears.
|Chestnut hand carved canoe, Colyer family Ruth Ky|
Courtesy of Joe & Betty Richards :L to R: triplets Leonard "Popcorn" Colyer, Lloyd "Crackerjack" Colyer, Leslie "Peanuts" Colyer, Ina Colyer Sroufe, Edith Colyer, Iva dean Colyer Phelps. Photographed in 1935 on Pitman Creek near Strawberry Rd and Richards's cabin. Made with grubbing hoes by triplets from chestnut log 6 feet in diameter and 14 feet long.
|Documents||1940 census Charles Colyer, popcorn,peanut, crackerjack, Edith|
Notice that at that time, they called Clay Hill Rd / Strawberry Rd by the name of Ruth-Alcade Rd.