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Brushy Pond School taken sometime around 1922. They are, from left, front row: Verbon Stricklin, Troy Eddy, Claude Swann, Verlon Cruce, Lorene Stricklin, Reba S. (Kilgo), Azelee H. (Sandlin), Theola Self, Tribby S. (Graves), Eunice Hancock, Slyvia Eddy, Verssie Childers, Edna C. (Graves), Cora F. (Hancock), Hester H. (Campbell), Minne McSwain, Clora G. (Hancock), Lethia E. (Cordes), Dette S. (Murrey), Ernest Farley, Raymond Swann, Spencer Goodwin, and Willie Bee Graves; middle row: Avron Cruce, Flora S. (Henderson), Lora S. (Campbell), Alma C. (Sinyard), Alma G. (Graves), Gladys G. (Rhodes), ila C. (Hancock), Myrtie H. Cruce, Lillian H. (Calvert), Clora C. (Sinyard), Eva H. (Howlett), Velma G. (Johnson), Odis Kemp, Cecil Stricklin, Elmer Graves, Ernest Swann, Earl Farley, Dwight Self, Eskel Eddy, Bert Henderson, Earl Eddy and Ora Kemp; and back row: Jim Kemp (teacher), Belle H. (Swann), Marry C. (Davis), Verla C. (Johnson), Lillie S. (Campbell), Clarence Stricklin, Velma C. (Graves) Amy’s great-grandmother, Addie C. (Alexander), Alma H. (Murrey), Arthur Calvert, Leonard Swann, Elmer Henderson, Edmon Eddy, Ophir Goodwin, Hurbert Cruce, Pearlie Mc. (Calvert), Tribby S. Nichols, Stella C. (Stricklin), Hattie H. (Swann) Amy’s great-grandmother, Elbert Hancock, and Nora Phillips (teacher).

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