Wood County Photo Gallery

Images on this page have been supplied by various researchers. Additions, corrections, comments, complaints and compliments concerning this page should be submitted to Betty Miller and Patsy Vinson.

(l. to r.) Safronia Ann Sullivan, George Umphrey Crone, William Morgan Sullivan.
Photos supplied by Steve Rosen.

The family of John Henry McGhee and Tennie Maye Cathey McGhee taken in Wood Co. in 1908 or 1909. Front row l. to r. John Henry; son, Clarence Newton; wife, Tennie Maye; daughter, Winnie Jane. Back row l. to r. Nellie May (Kirkland); Mary Elvira Banks, Widow of Newton John McGhee; Vallie Ree (Usury). Nellie and Vallie are John Henry's daughters from his first wife, Martha "Mattie" Rape. Photo courtesy Gary McGhee.

J. W. English and John Henry McGhee. Picture taken in Wood Co. about 1916-1918. Photo courtesy Gary McGhee, John's grandson.

Clarence Newton McGhee and his sister, Winnie Jane McGhee. Picture takenin Wood Co. about 1915. Picture courtesy Gary McGhee, Clarence's son.

Benjamin Franklin Blaylock with his second wife, Martha Jane Glenn. Photo taken about 1910. Photo courtesy Melisa Johnson.

Unknown people, location or date. Might be Egbert Harbuck family.
Can you help here?
Photo coutesy Mary Jo Douglas.

This is a picture of the first nursing home in Winnsboro. This nursing home was owned and operated by my mother, Bernice Reed. She started in the hotel in Quitman, but when all of her residents became patients, she moved everything to Winnsboro. This was the first facility in Wood County constructed as a nursing home and one of only 5 in the state of Texas, if I was informed correctly. I know that one of the nurses is Mickey Roberts and one of the patients if my grandmother, Minnie Hausenfluke. I feel that I could possibly identify more with the help of Mrs. Roberts. I enjoyed seeing the picture. It was a new one for me. I bought the nursing home in 1977 from my mother and operated it until 1987. It is still operating today and is owned by Rev. Graham. If you have further questions, please email me. Mary Helen Reed Lawrence, Memetxs@aol.com.
Can anyone identify other persons in this photo?

Photo courtesy Bob Burbeville

Kirkland family reunion, probably taken in Winnsboro in the 1940's. Can you identify any of the people?
Photo courtesy Loyd and Patsy Johnson.

Smith School, located near Hawkins, 1909.
Photograph and identifications courtesy of Mrs. Inez Faulk Gearner of Bryan, Texas (pictured far left in front row).

Top Row Standing: Manilla May Faulk holding Jessie Faulk, Emmett Green, J. W.. (Bill) Faulk, Libby Crow, Alvin Snider, Isolene Harris, George Sikes, Johnny Faulk, Bill Joe Sikes, Tommy Snider.
Center Standing: Philip Faulk, Miss Lila Jones (teacher).
Second Row Seated: Minnie Faulk, Ila Faulk, Lela Sikes, Pearl Faulk, Fannie Faulk, Travis Faulk, Opal Harris, Lizzie Green, Dee Eddins, Essie Crow.
Bottom Row: Inez Faulk, Earl Faulk, Rastus Eddins, Horace Green, Houston Faulk, Grady Faulk (Buster).

Some unknown WWI Veterans
Photograph courtesy of Shirley Courtney

(l. to r.) James Williams (Family friend from AL), William Patrick Murphy, Isaac L. Murphy, Lewis D. Murphy,

Abraham B. Murphy. Photo courtesy Bill Murphy.

Help identify the people and/or the place. Possibly includes Searcy.

Photo courtesy Rebecca Daughtrey

James Y. Daniel family of Oak Grove, 1907 Back row, left to right: James Y. Daniel, Martha Robbins Daniel, Maggie Daniel Pritchett, John Elias Daniel, William Arch Daniel, Robbins Daniel, Claud Daniel, Isham Marion Daniel. Front row: Howard Daniel, Bertha and Ora Pritchett, Marie Daniel, Lillie Daniel
(The oldest son, James Floyd Daniel was not at home at the time.)

Adults are William Gordon Pollard and wife Virgie Ethel (Hughes) Pollard.

Infants are Mary Gordeen Pollard and Virgie Eileen Pollard. Child is Wanda Juanita Pollard

This photo is submitted by Jerry and Sarah Kay Bateman. Sarah is direct descendant of Isaac Newton Matthews and Ida Opal Butts Matthews who lived in the Pilgrims Rest community and donated the land for the Pilgrims Rest Baptist Church and Cemetery.

Claud and Dovie Clayton Lankford and grandchildren
Picture from Earl and Lynne Lankford

Suzie Armanda Clayton, husband Wm. Zach Crofford, and son Wm. Burnice Crofford
Photo provided by Joan Duke.

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