Jefferson County


A Collection of Photos 
Submitted by: Sharon Davis

James Carson Harlow on horse drawn fire engine

James Carson Harlow, my grgrandfather
He is supposed to have been the first fire chief in Mt. Vernon,
but I haven't verified that.

Louisa Belle Black Harlow and Gretta Harlow

Louisa Belle Black Harlow and daughter Gretta Harlow
(Photo taken in 1920's) 

Aley Fields Whitson

Aley  b October 31, 1837 died in 1930 
was the daughter of Nathan and Mary Hayes Fields. 
Fields TWP was named for Nathan and his brothers.
(Photo taken in 1928) 

Francis Marion Green Reunion with McKinney's
and Simmons 1907

Front Row: Ray McKinney, Chas E. McKinney holding Verna, Etta Green
McKinney holding Clifford, Velma McKinney, 
Francis Marion Green Sr., Francis Marion Green Jr., George "Dick"
Green, Grandma Rebecca Green, Elias Green,
Lizzie Green McKinney, George W. McKinney

Second Row: William Pinkney Green holding Versa, Alta Green, Rose
Simmons, Walter McKinney, Myrtle Green, Jesse Green, Martha Simmons, Rebecca
Simmons, Cora Simmons, Rev. William Simmons holding Verona, Theodore "Doke"
Betsey Green, Mable Fred McKinney 

Whitson Reunion 1928 with Beals

Front Row: seated woman and baby unknown, Aley Fields Whitson, Maude
Beal, Isabelle "Belle" Williams Whitson, Fred Beal.

Second Row: Bessie Whitson Beal, Unknown, Bessie Beal held by Jake
Beal, Isabelle Beal, Thurston Beal, Ida Cruzen Beal,
John Len "Cherokee" Whitson, Robert Whitson, (little girl) Pauline
Whitson, Ruby Whitson 

Mt Vernon Coal mine 1926

Have no idea who children are.
This picture was in
with other old family photos and I haven't
been able to identify the children.

Whitson Children with Knauss and Minors 1928

Louisa Belle Black Harlow
October 21, 1886 - February 4, 1925 

Maulding Sisters with Cross, Kennedy and Ulrich
Photo taken around 1910)
Robert and Rose Maulding Kennedy infant
George and Vira Maulding Cross
Hattie Green Ulrich, Millard Green Ulrich, Sarah V Maulding Green

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