Sepia Saturday challenges bloggers to share family history through old photographs.
With apologies to my fellow Homo-Sepians, I am preparing for a big trip and will be gone for several weeks, so my participation in Sepia Saturday will be minimal at best. I just hope I remember to link my post!
This week’s Sepia Saturday prompt reminds me of several church photos from my collection. It must have been tradition for congregations to gather outside their house of worship for a group photo.
Jollett Methodist Church group 1914
back row: Rev John Wesley Jollett and wife Sarah Elizabeth
Sunday School class probably about 1915
Grandaunts Violetta (next to the teacher back row)
and Velma (dark-haired girl front row)
|Men's group at the Evangelical United Brethren Church|
(sorry for the numbers - can't find the original photo right now)
|"The Gleaners" women's group|
Evangelical United Brethren Church
|United Methodist Men|
Cradock United Methodist Church before 1963
Granddaddy Davis 1st on the left, 2nd row from bottom
Join the crowd at Sepia Saturday for more group photos.
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