|Grandma's parents' home in White Cottage|
|Grandma's parents, Elizabeth Holloway and Alexander Armstrong|
|Azier Dickerson poses with his dog on his farm|
|Labeled "Bakers Hickery Trees", this was probably taken on property|
owned by George W. Baker whose wife, Martha Thompson, had been
brought up by Grandma's Scholfield grandparents.
|A similar photo in Grandma's album is labeled "Sunday dinner at |
Grandmother's". "Grandmother" (the woman second from the left) would have
been Mary Jane Scholfield, widow of Charles Holloway.
|The local miller, David Gladstone, is on the right|
|Harry Kelsey poses with his horse|
|This dog appears in another photos with her|
puppies. Here she's posing in front of a well.
|Grandma's mother, father, grandmother, and niece Daisy Melick.|
|Grandma photographed her grandmother Mary Jane Scholfield Holloway|
and two of Grandma's aunts at the Holloway home. She hand-colored the photo.
|"Ye Old Spring" looks like it's seen better days|
|Grandma's maternal aunt, Manerva Holloway|
|"Uncle John" was John Caspar Holloway|
|Sam Woodward's farm was adjacent to the Holloway farm|
|John Caspar Holloway|
|Unidentified, but the man on the left might be Grandma's father, Alex Armstrong|
|"Ye Old Mill" on Jonathon Creek|