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LOFTIN:
 Beatty
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 Cranford
 Fisher
 Givens
 Harwell
 Kaiser
 Lanier
 Lomax
 McCorkle
 Rudisill
 Sherrill
 Upright
 Washington
 Work


SETZER:
Aderholdt
Barringer
Bovey
Bushart
Deal
Heavner
Herman
Ikert
Miller
Motz
Rankin
Witherspoon

GOBLE:
Babst/Bobst
Douglas
Faber
Fink
Fulbright
Hefner
Meinhert
Miller
Muller
Pabst/Bobst
Robinson

JOHNSON:
Corzine
Fink
Hamilton
Kaiser
Leslie
Lewis
Moore
Sherrill
Upright
Wilkinson

 

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Do You Know Who They Are?

 
 

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Over the years I've collected some really great photos from family members that were not labeled and no one knows who they were. I decided to create this page to display some of the photos, hoping that perhaps someone will stumble upon it and know who a few of them are. If you can help, please contact me at:

 

Pleasant Photo Surprises

 
Sometimes photos give you some pleasant surprises. The following photo was only about 2 1/2 by 4 1/2 inches and was way too small when I borrowed it from my cousin Deanie Herman Hilton to tell who the three people were. When I got home, I scanned the photo and to my surprise I knew who two of the people in the photo were - my Dad (Sam William Loftin) and he was a boy and his brother-in-law (Dewey Connor), 1st husband of Thelma Loftin Lanier. I do not, however, know who the man on the left is.
 

Unknown Man, Sam Loftin and Dewey Connor

 
I have a cousin Becky Goble (wife of Boyd Goble) on my mother's side of the family that bought several photos at a local antique store even though the people in the photos were not related to her. One of the photos was of Cordie Loftin Wilson who had helped Becky's grandmother elope. Becky just bought them for sentimental reasons. When I started working with genealogy after I retired from teaching, Becky asked me if I would like to have the photos. She said she thought one of them might be of my grandfather Alonzo Lester Loftin.
 
When I first started working with genealogy, I had never seen a photo of my paternal grandfather Alonzo Lester Loftin. He had died before my Dad and Mom married, so Mom had never met him. I just assumed there were no photos of Alonzo. To my surprise, my Aunt Frances Loftin Cook had a photo of Alonzo that she let me borrow and scan.
 
When I got the photo of Alonzo from Becky, whoever it had belonged to previously had incorrectly labled Alonzo as one of the men standing in the photo. By that time, I knew what Alonzo looked like and was able to correctly identify him as well as his brother, Garland, who was also in the photo. None of the family at the Loftin Family Reunion had seen the photo previously and were thrilled to get another photo of Grandpa Alonzo.
 
 
 

Alonzo Lester Loftin (seated) with a group of men and boys at the Old Gold Mine Store
His brother W. Garland Loftin is one the back row, second from the right

 
 
 
LOFTIN
 
 
 
The following photos all came from a Loftin relative who had no idea who they were. Do you? If you do, please contact me.
 
Loftin No. 1
(I got this photo from Deanie Herman Hilton)
 
Loftin No. 2
 
Loftin No. 3                         -                           Loftin No. 4                           -                          Loftin No. 5
   
 
Loftin No. 6
 
Loftin No. 7                      -                       Loftin No. 8                         -                         Loftin No. 9
 
Loftin No. 10                         -                          Loftin No. 11
 
 
Loftin No. 12                      -                       Loftin No. 13                         -                         Loftin No. 14
 
(I got the following two photos from Diane Wilson Elliott)
Loftin No. 15                        -                         Loftin No. 16    
 
 
 
 
 
 
LOMAX
 
 
 
 
I do know who these are, but don't know how we are related to them or how they fit into "our" connection to the Lomax Descendancy.
Can you offer any help?
 
(1) Hanan Lomax, 18 Feb 1905, (2) Lillie Lomax, and (2) John Lomax, WW2
   
 
 
 
 
 
GOBLE
 
 
 
The following photos came from my cousin Brenda Isenhour Schronce. She was the daughter of Fred and Fannie Elizabeth "Lib" Goble Isenhour - and the granddaughter of Martin Luther Goble and Beulah Vernesta "Nessie" Johnson Goble.  She didn't know who any of these people were.
 
Do you recognize any of these? If so, please contact me.
 
Goble No. 1
 
Goble No. 2 (All three of these photos are of the same baby - notice the house in the background)
   
 
Goble No. 3 (Could this be the same little boy from the three photos just above this one?)
 
Goble No. 4 - Goble No. 5 - and Goble No. 6
 
Goble No. 7
 
Goble No. 8 and Goble No. 9 (These had a similar blue matting suggesting they may be siblings)
 
 
Goble No. 10 (This appears to be a school photo - take a look at all of the children)
 
Goble No. 11 and Goble No. 12
 
Goble No. 13 (There was a name on the back of this photo - Wayne)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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