Callie Hardin

F, b. circa 1860
  • Last Edited: 27 Feb 2018

Anna Hardin1

F, b. 20 February 1871, d. 15 March 1947
  • Last Edited: 27 Feb 2018

Family: Morgan M. Irby b. c 1850, d. a 1 Apr 1930

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    Memorial ID 63967870.

Morgan M. Irby1

M, b. circa 1850, d. after 1 April 1930
  • Last Edited: 27 Feb 2018

Family: Anna Hardin b. 20 Feb 1871, d. 15 Mar 1947

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  2. [S1930] 1930 Federal Census, , Year: 1930; Census Place: Beat 4, Clarke, Mississippi; Roll: 1141; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 0012; FHL microfilm: 2340876.

Nicholas Floyd Hardin

M, b. 12 July 1873, d. 26 May 1913
  • Last Edited: 27 Feb 2018

Peggy Strickland

F
  • Last Edited: 2 Mar 2018

John William Hennis1

M, b. 5 February 1885, d. 5 April 1956
  • Last Edited: 2 Mar 2018

Family: Lena Strickland b. 16 Aug 1896, d. 5 Apr 1946

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    Memorial ID
    100614930.

Sarah Lois Headrick1

F, b. 28 March 1923, d. 1 March 2005
  • Last Edited: 2 Mar 2018

Family: Hezekiah C. Strickland b. 13 Dec 1902, d. 7 Apr 1973

Citations

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    Memorial ID
    44895413.
  2. [S3] FindAGrave.com, .
    Memorial ID
    182840029.

Billy J. Strickland1

M, b. 23 September 1938, d. 29 August 2017
  • Last Edited: 2 Mar 2018
  • Birth*: 23 September 1938; Clay Co., Alabama1
  • Death*: 29 August 2017; Alexander City, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama1
  • Obituary*: say 30 August 2017; Mr. Billy J. Strickland passed away on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at his residence. He was born on September 23, 1938 in Clay County, Alabama to Hezekiah and Lois Headrick Strickland. He was retired after 40 years from Russell Corporation, served 8 years in the Alabama National Guard, and was a charter member of the Tallapoosa County Rescue Squad. Mr. Strickland was known as “Big Daddy” to many people and known for his strong handshake. He enjoyed fishing, reading, history, gardening, working on lawn mowers and visiting local nursing homes.

    He is survived by his sons, Phillip Strickland(Angie) and David Strickland both of Alexander City; and John Strickland(Elizabeth) of Gadsden; brother, Lynwood Strickland(Barbara) of Toronto, Canada; 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

    He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Lorene Ray Strickland; son, Ricky L. Strickland; brother, Elgan Strickland and his sister, Mary Sue Hughtson.
  • Burial*: say 2 September 2017; Hillview Memorial Park Cemetery, Alexander City, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama1

Citations

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    Memorial ID
    182840029.

Sabrina Antonett Jackson

F, b. 6 June 1844, d. 7 January 1929
  • Last Edited: 24 Dec 2018

Family: Robert Baldwin b. c 1827

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Cordelia Catherine Jackson1

F, b. circa 1845, d. 4 January 1925
  • Last Edited: 4 Mar 2018

Family: William Wiley Theoplyus Moreland b. 1846, d. 1920

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William Wiley Theoplyus Moreland

M, b. 1846, d. 1920
  • Last Edited: 4 Mar 2018

Family: Cordelia Catherine Jackson b. c 1845, d. 4 Jan 1925

Robert Baldwin1

M, b. circa 1827
  • Last Edited: 4 Mar 2018

Family: Sabrina Antonett Jackson b. 6 Jun 1844, d. 7 Jan 1929

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Eugenia Jackson

F, b. say 1850
  • Last Edited: 4 Mar 2018

Family: John W. Putnam b. s 1848

John W. Putnam

M, b. say 1848
  • Last Edited: 4 Mar 2018

Family: Eugenia Jackson b. s 1850

Robert Lee Griffin

M, b. 28 May 1894, d. 16 November 1978
  • Last Edited: 4 May 2019
  • Birth*: 28 May 18941
  • Marriage*: say 1920; Principal=Mary King Hassell
  • Death*: 16 November 1978; Lineville, Clay Co., Alabama1
  • Obituary*: say 17 November 1978; LINEVILLE -- Services for Robert Lee "Bob" Griffin, 84, of Lineville were today at Blair-Brock Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Dee Hurst, the Rev. Wayne Stevens and the Rev. Ernest Smotherman officiating. Burial was in Lineville City Cemtery.

    Mr. Griffin died Thursday in a Clay County nursing home after a long illness.

    Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Catherine Carpenter of Lineville; four sons, Jack B. Griffin of San Diego, Calif., James L. Griffin of Crestview, Fla., Jacob Hassell Griffin of Gulfport, Miss., and Robert Franklin Griffin of Birmingham; 14 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
    Pallbearers were Herbert Fargason, Jerry Alexander, Jack Graben, James Pettus, Johnny Ingram, Phillip Yates and Jake Foster.
    Honorary pallbearers were members of the Men's Fellowship Sunday School class of Lineville Baptist Church.
    Mr. Griffin was a native of Talladega County and had lived most of his life in Clay County. He was a retired railroad employee and a member of Lineville Baptist Church.
  • Burial*: say 20 November 1978; Lineville City Cemetery, Lineville, Clay Co., Alabama1

Family: Mary King Hassell b. 20 Nov 1899, d. 8 Mar 1966

Citations

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    55263840.

Margaret Griffin

F, b. circa 1892
  • Last Edited: 12 Mar 2018
  • Birth*: circa 1892

Mary King Hassell

F, b. 20 November 1899, d. 8 March 1966
  • Last Edited: 4 May 2019

Family: Robert Lee Griffin b. 28 May 1894, d. 16 Nov 1978

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    Memorial ID
    55263838.

Daniel Jacob Bartlett

M, b. July 1852, d. 18 December 1935
  • Last Edited: 17 Mar 2018

Family: Alice Weaver b. 27 Oct 1852, d. 31 Aug 1933

Alice Weaver

F, b. 27 October 1852, d. 31 August 1933
  • Last Edited: 17 Mar 2018

Family: Daniel Jacob Bartlett b. Jul 1852, d. 18 Dec 1935

John Wiley Hitchcock1

M, b. 18 August 1831, d. 28 June 1861
  • Last Edited: 20 Mar 2018

Family: Martha Ann Howard b. 5 Oct 1831, d. 3 May 1917

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Enoch Callaway1

M, b. 14 September 1792, d. 12 September 1859
  • Last Edited: 20 Mar 2018

Family: Martha Reeves b. 8 Apr 1796, d. 10 Mar 1879

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Martha Reeves1

F, b. 8 April 1796, d. 10 March 1879
  • Last Edited: 20 Mar 2018

Family: Enoch Callaway b. 14 Sep 1792, d. 12 Sep 1859

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Mary Fleming Howard1

F, b. March 1840, d. 29 May 1840
  • Last Edited: 20 Mar 2018

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Fuller Earle Callaway1

M, b. 15 July 1870, d. 12 February 1928
  • Last Edited: 20 Mar 2018
  • Birth*: 15 July 1870; LaGrange, Troup Co., Georgia1
  • Marriage*: 16 April 1891; LaGrange, Troup Co., Georgia; Principal=Ida J. Cason2
  • Photographed*: say 1920; LaGrange, Troup Co., Georgia3
    Fuller E. Callaway
  • Death*: 12 February 1928; LaGrange, Troup Co., Georgia1
  • Obituary*: 17 February 1928; Fuller Earle Callaway Funeral Held Tuesday Morning
    from: The LaGrange Graphic, La Grange, Georgia, Friday, February 17, 1928, p. 1:

    Mr. Fuller Earle Callaway, an outstanding figure in the commercial world and recognized business genesis, died at his home, Hills and Dales, in LaGrange, Sunday morning at 8:30 o'clock. He had been in declining health for some time and despite his frail and enfeebled condition his death came suddenly and unexpectedly.
    Mr. Callaway's health began in fail in 1920 while he was in the midst of some of his greatest enterprises of expansion. Realizing the strain was too great he gradually retired from active leadership of his various enterprises and entrusted these responsibilities to his son, Cason J. Callaway. He served during the last few years only in an advisory capacity, where his wisdom and experience made him invaluable.
    Mr. Callaway is survived by his widow and two sons, Cason J. Callaway and Fuller E. Callaway, Jr.

    Funeral Services Tuesday
    Funeral services for Mr. Callaway were held Tuesday morning of this week at 10 o'clock at the First Baptist church. Rev. Walter P. Binns, pastor, conducted the services, and was assisted by Dr. Spencer Tunnell, of Smyrna, a former pastor of the First Baptist church and a close friend of Mr. Callaway's; Rev. R. E. L. Harris, of Hogansville; Dr. A. B. Vaughan, a former pastor for many years of the First Baptist church; Rev. W. W. Arnold of Greenville, and Dr. Arch C. Cree secretary of the Georgia Baptist convention.
    A vast concourse of people gathered to pay homage to the city's great leader. From every walk of life they came, each bringing in his heart respect, admiration and love for a great benefactor and a wonderful business man. From all sections of the state and from many far distant cities, his friends came, each because of their desire to pay tribute to one whose life has deserved the highest encomiums.
    Those who acted as ball bearers were chosen from among the executives of the Callaway organization, and included Wm. H. Turner, Jr., Hatton Laveley, I. B. Grimes, J. A. Perry, S. Y. Austin, M. M. Trotter, Boyd N. Ragsdale, James Newsome, H.C. Smith, C. W. Coleman, H. H. Barnand, Harrington J. King.
    An honorary escort was composed of the directors of Mr. Callaway's organizations and the member of the Rotary Club of LaGrange. Its members were: Frank L. Asbury, Jr., George Badger, Loyd Bradfield, Henry Rurks, H. H. Childs, W. M. Clanton, Wallace Clark, W. T. Culpepper, W. L. Cleveland, E. M. Cole, Joe E. Dunton, Sanford Dunson, J. H. Edmondson, A. E. Dallas, Herman Fincher, J. R. Finn, T. O. Fisher, Paul Fleeth, H. D. Glaton, O. D. Grimes, Earl Howard, J. D. Hudson, Richard Hutchinson, Robt. Hutchinson, W. A. Holmes, Allen F. Johnson, Grady Kenington, R. C. Key, Albert Lehmann, R. O. Lee, T. J. Callaway, D. A. Leman, J. J. Milam, Harry Nooner, W. P. Phillips, C. N. Pike, H. T. Quillian, P. E. Redding, Paul Reynolds, E. F. Row, J. C. Roper, H. R. Slack, George Sargent, J. E. Traylor, C. V. Truitt, Geo. M. Traylor, G.L. Wood, Howard Wooding.
    The interment took place in the family vault in Hillview Cemetery, with Hunter & Owen in charge of funeral directions.

    Entire City Honors His Memory
    Last Tuesday, the industries at whose head Mr. Callaway functioned, were closed for the entire day. The Elm City Cotton Mills, the Unity Cotton Mills, the Unity Spinning Mills, the Hillside Cotton Mills, the Oakleaf mills, the Rockweave Mills,the Valley Waste Mills, the Valway Rug Mills,all of LaGrange; the Manchester Cotton Mils of Manchester; the Milstead Manufacturing Co., of Milstead, Ga.; Truline, Inc., of Roanoke, Ala., suspended operations. The early morning silence that replaced the sounds of the mill whistles blowing was an effective reminder of the citywide sorrow that enshrouded LaGrange.
    The Cason J. Callaway Offices were closed Tuesday, as were the LaGrange National and the LaGrange Savings Bank, of which Mr. Callaway was Chairman of the Board.
    Every business house in the city closed its doors Tuesday morning from 10 until 11o'clock, and the entire populate paused in its work to thank the Omnipotent One for having permitted such a great man to walk the ways of the city.3

Family: Ida J. Cason b. 16 Jul 1872, d. 10 Apr 1936

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    Memorial ID
    52628003.
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Ida J. Cason1

F, b. 16 July 1872, d. 10 April 1936
  • Last Edited: 20 Mar 2018

Family: Fuller Earle Callaway b. 15 Jul 1870, d. 12 Feb 1928

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Cason Jewell Callaway1

M, b. 6 November 1894, d. 12 April 1961
  • Last Edited: 20 Mar 2018
  • Birth*: 6 November 1894; LaGrange, Troup Co., Georgia1
  • Marriage*: 3 April 1920; Pelham, Mitchell Co., Georgia; Principal=Virginia Hollis Hand2
  • Death*: 12 April 1961; Hamilton, Harris Co., Georgia1
  • Obituary*: 13 April 1961; Cason Callaway Dies;
    Noted Industry Leader
    LaGrange Native Was Former Textile Head
    from: LaGrange Daily News, La Grange, Georgia, Thursday, April 13, 1961, p. 1:

    Cason Jewell Callaway, 66, retired industrialist and business leader, died last night at his home at Blue Springs near Hamilton after an illness of one week. He had suffered two heart attacks since his retirement in 1938 from active direction of Callaway Mills. However, he had maintained interest in his varied activities until his last illness.
    He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Virginia Hand Callaway, Blue Springs; three children, Mrs. Jack (Virginia) Jackson of Beverly Hills, Calif., Cason J. Callaway Jr. of Columbus, and Howard H. Callaway of Pine Mountain; a brother, Fuller E. Callaway Jr., LaGrange; and 13 grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 3 p.m. at Hamilton Baptist Church with the Rev. Ayres Ward, pastor, the Rev. William A. Jones Jr. Rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, LaGrange, and the Rt. Rev. Randolph R. Caliborne, Atlanta, bishop of the diocese of Atlanta of the Protestant Episcopal Church, officiating.
    Burial will follow in the new Callaway mausoleum a top Pine Mountain near Blue Springs.
    The body will remain at Maddox Funeral home until noon tomorrow and will lie in state at Hamilton Baptist Church from 1 to 3 p.m.
    Maddox Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

    Native of LaGrange
    Callaway was the older son of the late Fuller Earle Callaway, founder of the group of Mills that bear his name and the last Ida Cason Callaway.
    He was born in LaGrange Nov. 6, 1894, and after attending LaGrange elementary schools, was a student at the Bingham School for Boys at Asheville, N.C., and the University of Virginia at Charlottesville. He subsequently completed a course in accounting at the Eastman School in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. In 1917, he volunteered for service in the U. S. Navy, became an ensign and later a lieutenant, junior grade. He was transferred to inactive service on February 1, 1919.
    Returning home, he became active assistant to his father who was treasurer and director of sales of the various mills and other enterprises in the Callaway group. There were at that time six cotton mills producing semi-finished fabrics and yarns for other industries.

    President in 1928
    In 1928 Cason J. Callaway became president of Unity Cotton Mills, Milstead Manufacturing Company, Elm City Cotton Mills, Unit Spinning Mills, Manchester Cotton Mills, Calumet Mills (LaGrange, Hogensville and Stark Plants), Truline Inc., Valway Rug Mills, and Valley Waste Mills. He also served as president of Callaway Mills from 1932, when the plants were consolidated, until 1938 when he retired.
    Under his leadership, the company embarked upon a program of diversification that projected their activities into new fields.
    In 1922, the Callaway group established their own selling agency under the name of Callaway Mills, Inc. and Cason J. Callaway was its president until 1938.

    Honored By Industry
    Callaway's leadership was recognized by the cotton textile industry whose members elected him president of the Cotton Manufacturers Association of Georgia and president of the American Cotton Manufacturers Association. he was the youngest man to be thus honored by the textile industry at the time.
    He also served as one of the first directors of Cotton Textile Institute, and was an original member from the South on the Textile Code Authority. He was one of four member of a commission to Japan in 1937.

    On Board of Regents
    In 1932, Callaway became a member of the board of regents of the University of Georgia, appointed to revise the State's higher education system. He has also served as chairman of the board.
    As a member of the board, on which he served from 1932 to 1943, he found that considerably more, proportionately, of Georgia's tax money was spent for education than was the national average; yet the schools were relatively poor because, literally, the State was poor. And he found that the Sate was poor because the farmers were poor.
    Callaway had already bought some 2,500 acres of land around Pine Mountain and kept on buying. What he had in mind was a model for the restoration of the eroded farm lands of Georgia.
    His new systems of farming and forestry began about 1940. In the meantime, he had planted perennial leguminous grass, and was raising ducks, turkeys and Hereford cattle. By 1944, he had some 3,000 acres of reclaimed farm land at Blue Springs Farms, which he called his place near Hamilton.

    Better Farms Plan
    In August 1944, Callaway addressed a rally of the civic leaders of Atlanta. At that time he presented a plan to reclaim Georgia's farm lands. His plan called for the organization of 100 Better Farms Corporation which would buy 100 acres of land to be reclaimed with proper farm practices. By January, 1943, the 100 corporations had been formed.
    Callaway's plan included four basic steps, namely: improvement of soil; establishment of long term commercial credit for the farmer; machinery to work crops and processing plants near the farms.
    Blue Springs Farms set the example by building gullies into fields that then included 40 acres of scuppernongs, 700 acres of kudzu, 400 acres of alfalfa, sweet clover and other legumes in a 1,600 acre tract.
    A dehydration plant was located in the center of the grass field to dry down the foodstuff which was fed to livestock on the place or sold.
    His "Georgia Better Farms" project won for him the 1948 title of Georgia's "man of The Year in Agriculture" and his interest in this phase of Georgia's economy has been sustained.

    Latest Project
    Callaway's latest project was the development of the Ida Cason Callaway Gardens, named for his mother, and located on U. S. Highway 27, two miles south of Pine Mountain, and opened to the public in the spring of 1952. The gardens are operated by the Ida Cason Callaway Foundation.
    The Ida Cason Callaway Gardens cover 1,200 acres in which Callaway developed 11 lakes, the largest of witch is 175 acres with a five mile shore line. The others vary in size from two to 70 acres. The largest lake is well stocked with fish and is open to the public for fishing at a nominal charge. The boat harbor is on the largest lake and provides 100 individual docks and boats.
    A nine-hole golf course, the largest man-made beach in the United States, a motel, a club house where meals are available, and picnic areas are some of the other facilities of the gardens.
    Native trees and shrubs make the gardens of special interest. These include the prunifolia azalea, the summer blooming flaming variety which Callaway found growing wild and propagated, and for which he won the conservation award of the Garden Society of America.

    Other Interests
    His business interest were state-wide and national in scope. He was a director of U. S. Steel, the Shell Oil Company, Chemical Corn Exchange Bank of New York City, the Trust Company of Georgia and the Nutrition Foundation.
    He was a longtime trustee of LaGrange College.
    He also was a member of First Baptist Church of LaGrange. He held membership in Highland Country Club, Piedmont Driving club and Capital City Club, Atlanta, and Columbus Country Club.
    ________
    Friends Pay Tribute To Mr. Callaway
    from: LaGrange Daily News, La Grange, Georgia, April 15, 1961, p. 1:

    Hundreds of friends from this area and from great distances attended the funeral service yesterday at Hamilton Baptist Church for Cason Jewell Callaway, retired industrialist, farm leader, philanthropist and friend to person in all walks of life.
    Mr. Callaway died Wednesday night just before 11 o'clock at his home, Blue Springs, near Hamilton following a heart attack.
    The Rev. Ayres Ward, pastor of the Hamilton Baptist Church, the Rev. William A. Jones Jr., rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church of LaGrange, and the Rt. Rev. Randolph R. Claiborne of Atlanta, bishop of the Atlanta diocese of the Protestant Episcopal Church, conducted the service at the church and the last rites at the new Callaway mausoleum atop Pine Mountai
    W. T. Cooksey, Eitel Bauer, Thomas Tweed, Jack Adams, Bruce Williams and Fred Galle served as active pallbearers.
    Honorary pallbearers were John A. Sibley, Atlanta; Roger Blough, M. E. Staght, Baxter Jackson, and Harold Helm, all of New York City; Robert W. Woodruff, Atlanta; Robert D. Williams Jr., New York; William Banks, Newnan; D. Abbott Turner, Columbus; Joe Lanier, West Point; J. Q. Davidson, Columbus; C. F. Palmer, Atlanta; George Woodruff, Atlanta; H. B. Stewart Jr., Hartsville Ohio.
    LaGrange Rotary Club of which Mr. Callaway was a charter member, formed an honor guard.
    The body lay in state at Maddox Funeral Home until noon yesterday and at Hamilton Baptist Church from 1 to 3 p.m.
    Mr. Callaway, a former president of the textile enterprises established by his father, the late Fuller Earle Callaway, retired in 1938 from active management of the mills.
    he then turned his interest and ability to the development of diversified farm practices in order to assist Georgia farmers increase their income. His "Better Farms Plan" won state and national recognition and helped farmers through out Georgia.
    His latest interest was, the development of the Ida Cason Callaway Gardens, located on U. S. Highway 27, two miles south of the town of Pine Mountain. His dream of a place where his friends and their friends could find beauty and recreation was realized for the Gardens are the mecca of thousand each year.
    In 1920, Mr. Callaway married Miss Virginia Hollis Hand of Pelham, Ga., who survives him. Other survivors are three children, Cason J. Callaway Jr. of Columbus, Howard H. Callaway of Hamilton, and Mrs. Virginia Callaway Jackson of Beverly Hills, Calif., and 13 grandchildren. A brother, Fuller E. Callaway Jr. also survives.3
  • Biography*: March 2018; See:
    https://www.callawaygardens.com/the-gardens/about/history/timeline/

Family: Virginia Hollis Hand b. 21 Feb 1900

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    Memorial ID
    52638158.

Virginia Hollis Hand1

F, b. 21 February 1900
  • Last Edited: 20 Mar 2018

Family: Cason Jewell Callaway b. 6 Nov 1894, d. 12 Apr 1961

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Enoch Callaway M. D.

M, b. 26 July 1853, d. 21 September 1901
  • Last Edited: 21 Mar 2018

Family: Francis Banks b. 22 Dec 1858, d. 19 Oct 1941

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Francis Banks1

F, b. 22 December 1858, d. 19 October 1941
  • Last Edited: 21 Mar 2018

Family: Enoch Callaway M. D. b. 26 Jul 1853, d. 21 Sep 1901

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Mary Glenn Callaway1

F, b. 1855, d. 1907
  • Last Edited: 21 Mar 2018

Family: William Wyle Arnold b. Apr 1853

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William Wyle Arnold1

M, b. April 1853
  • Last Edited: 21 Mar 2018

Family: Mary Glenn Callaway b. 1855, d. 1907

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Robert Howard Callaway

M, b. 16 January 1857, d. 4 May 1927
  • Last Edited: 21 Mar 2018

Family: Lula H. Cary b. 30 May 1861, d. 16 Jul 1922

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