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Faye Emory discovered in U.S. School Yearbooks

Faye Emory discovered in U.S. School Yearbooks

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Photo of Elizabeth Sabrina Greyson Hornbuckel contributed by Michele Purvin

Photo of Elizabeth Sabrina Greyson Hornbuckel contributed by Michele Purvin

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Mrs Martha E Harris discovered in Ancestry.com

Mrs Martha E Harris discovered in Ancestry.com

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Photo of Peyton Bibb McMillan contributed by Michele Purvin

Photo of Peyton Bibb McMillan contributed by Michele Purvin

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Robert L. Purvin at 19 with his dad Julius (1937?)

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Mom’s 'Coy Grin' during National Smile Week, Sunday, Feb. 25th, 1951, in The Daily Times Herald | When interviewed, “The Coy Grin has its place, where a man and a woman are concerned, declares Dallas model Frances Lee [Frances’ 1st married name]. Even if not immediately sincere, it should be based on sincerity, she says.”

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Arthur E. and Mahala Emory are my grandparents on my mother's side.

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McMillan Family Crest: Scottish Origin My Mother's Mother's Mother, Margaret Ann, one of 18 children- (the side possibly mixed with Cherokee).

MacMillan Family Crest and History

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Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy. Davis faced a difficult task in organizing a Confederate war effort. The Confederate states had seceded on grounds of maintaining states' rights. But to fight the Union, Davis had to exercise fundamentally federal powers to unite Southern states, tactics which displeased his fellow Confederates.

The Scratching Post: Hugh Hefner and Jefferson Davis

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Honorable Jefferson Davis House at Richmond, Virginia. by The U.S. National Archives (Mathew Brady)

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