- Bacons & son, Fred
Charles and Olive Bacon & son Fred, from England. Fred was in the work in the US for a time.
- Baldwin, Dr Wallace
Dr. Wallace (Wally) Baldwin arranged the adoption of many babies to 2x2 parents throughout the USA. According to Ancestry.com: Wallace Emmitt Baldwin was born April 22, 1913 and died May 13, 2004. His parents were Samuel H. and Ella E. Baldwin. The Baldwins adopted children are Gary Baldwin and Linda (Baldwin) Girton. Baldwins lived in Eugene, Oregon USA.
- Berry, Dot & Louise Montgomery
Cherie Kropp's mother, Dot Berry & her sister Louise Montgomery, 1952.
- Goodnight, Col Charles
1929 Phoenix, AZ Charles Goodnight (with beard) is shown with Melvin Leen, Frank Dennison, Mae Dennison & Elma Weibe, workers who brought Gospel meetings to Col Goodnight. Charles was a wealthy elderly man who married his young professing nurse, Corene Goodnight, and lived in Goodnight, Texas. Charles was born March 5, 1836 and died Dec. 12, 1929 at age 93. He professed at age 92, then was baptized and died the following year. A number of books have been written about Col Goodnight. His story is included in the series "Lonesome Dove" and he was a pioneer in Trailing cattle in the old west. Biographer Haley inquired of Col. Goodnight as to the name of the church he had affiliated himself with, and Col. Goodnight replied, "I don't know, but it's a dam good one!" Read story at: http://tellingthetruth.info/history_pioneering/usa-goodnight.php
- Charles Goodnight
"Charles Goodnight Cowman and Plainsman" by J. Evetts Haley. Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman, Oklahoma. (1st published in 1936; 9th printing in 1983)
- Goodnight Cemetery
Historic cemetery where Charles and his first wife, Mary Ann (Dyer) Goodnight, are buried in Goodnight, West Texas. From Claude, Hwy 287 east to Ranch Road 294. Turn left (north). Turn right (east) onto Juliet and left (north) onto County Road 26. Cemetery entrance is on the right.
- Grave-Goodnight All
Charles Goodnight grave site. Visitors hang tributes of bandanas on the fence.
- Grave-Goodnight Chas
Tombstone of Charles Goodnight
- Grave-Goodnight MaryAnn
Tombstone of Mary Ann (Dyer) Goodnight
- Grave-Tombstone Goodnight Chas-Mary
Charles Goodnight was a trail blazer and Indian Scout. He built a home in Palo Duro Canyon, developed the cattle industry, and fathered higher education and civic organizations. First wife was Mary Ann Dyer.
- Hawkins Family Reunion
Willie, Farring, Edgar, Maurice, Leah, Elizabeth (Bessie) and Ida Hawkins, children of James & Annie (nee Farring) Hawkins. Six of their seven children went in the work (all except William). All except Ida & Bessie left the work and married. Edgar and wife Olga left meetings in the mid 1950s.
- Hawkins, Mr. & Mrs
James E and Annie Hawkins (nee Farring) professed in 1906 in George Walker and David Christie's meetings in Brooklyn, Maryland. A convention was held on their place from 1908 thru 1953. Five of their six children went in the work; four left and three of them married other workers. Edgar and wife left meetings.
- Hill, James, Clyde Brownlee & Others
Back Row L to R: James Hill, Clyde Brownlee, Willie Jamieson, Esther Hanson, Irvine Weir, Alex McPhail Front Row L to R: Hilma Johnson (w/hat), Ina (McPhail) Hill and her sister Verna McPhail
- Jaenen, Dr. Cornelius
Dr. Cornelius Jaenen is the Canadian author of the book titled: "The Apostles' Doctrine and Fellowship."
- Kropp, David
Jan. 13, 1967 Oklahoma Journal, Oklahoma City, OK newspaper article about Conscientious Objector, David Kropp, a Medic in Vietnam.
- Lewis Family
Siblings of William Lewis, Overseer of Texas: Back: Albert, Huey, Murray, Jim, Charlie. Front: Rolf, Onealure (Oldham Carroll), Minnie (Anderson), Mary (Bassett), William. Ross, Rolf's twin, a medic, was killed in the D-Day invasion in Normandy. Also, there may have been a child who died in childhood. All ended up in New Mexico except William.
- Montgomery Family - MS
Clifford, Helen, Joe, Mrs Montgomery, Frances & Exie; Helen & Exie spent their lives in the work. Children are Joe & Louise's children: Joe Lloyd & Judy. From Plantersville, Mississippi.
- Princess Victoria of Great Britain
Princess Victoria of Great Britain listened to open air talks from her carriage given at Speakers Corner in Hyde park, London by Ed Cooney and John Pattison. She wrote letters to sister workers and some believe she professed in her heart, but wasn't allowed to have direct contact with the workers and never attended a meeting. The Account and her letters are on TTT.
- Princess Victoria w/2 sisters
Princess Victoria and her two sisters. Photo permission from WikiCommons by Sydney Prior Hall
- Princess Victoria
Princess Victoria painted by Philip Alexius de László. (Permission from WikiCommons)
- Sweetland, Orwyn Marriage
Marriage of Orwyn & Althea Sweetland in 1934, oldest son of William Sweetland. Chester Sweetland in black suit, 2nd row with flower? in pocket.
- Tenniswood Family #1
Family of Everett and Ellen (Ross) Tenniswood (Michigan): Eldon, Irwin, Howard, Mabel, Lillian and Lula Tenniswood. Eldon, Lillian and Mabel were were workers til their deaths. Eldon was overseer of California.
- Tenniswood Family #2
Everett and Ellen (Ross) Tenniswood Family of Michigan. Eldon, Lillian & Mabel were workers until their deaths. Mabel served in Brazil. Lillian Tenniswood aged 106 years (Oct. 20, 1909-Dec. 14, 2015) and was the longest living Worker. Eldon was overseer of California.
- Webb, Willie Family
E. William (Willie) Webb (1877-1966) Willie is standing on far left.
- Webb, Willie Family 1909
Willie Webb Family 1909