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901
Morgan, Jesse James
Morgan, Jesse James
Jesse with some of his grandchildren 
 
902
Morgan, Jesse James and Julia Ann (McLemore)
Morgan, Jesse James and Julia Ann (McLemore)
Photo of Julia Ann McLemore Morgan and Jesse James Morgan holding the aunt and uncle of Mary Decato, two of the six children of Sarah Ann Morgan and William Thomas Wood  
 
903
Morgan, Malachi and Elizabeth (Clark) with Arrie, Warren, and Watt, ca 1900's, Jasper County, Texas
Morgan, Malachi and Elizabeth (Clark) with Arrie, Warren, and Watt, ca 1900's, Jasper County, Texas
Malachi Morgan with his second wife and their three youngest children, ca 1900's, Jasper County, Texas

Mal was twice married and had a total of sixteen children. This photo is of him with his second wife, Elizabeth Clark, and their three youngest, Arrie (b. 1886 top left), Warren (b. 1891 top right) and Watt (b. 1893 bottom middle) 
 
904
Morgan, Rueben
Morgan, Rueben
Rueben Morgan of Jasper, Texas died in Arkansas during the Civil War. Surviving him were his wife, Penelope (Caswell), and three young children. 
 
905
Morlas Cousins at the St. Alphonsus Convent in 1927
Morlas Cousins at the St. Alphonsus Convent in 1927
This picture was taken on the grounds of the St. Alphonsus Convent in 1927 when the nieces and nephews of Juliet Theresa Morlas (Sister Mary Cyril, R.S.M.) joined her to celebrate her third year in the order of the Sisters of Mercy.


Pictured are (Top) Johnny Trapani, Sylvan "Brother" Bordes, Paul Trapani, August Trapani(Middle) Leona Bordes holding Edward Bordes, Nettie Zahn holding Patricia Trapani, Juliette Trapani holding Bennie Zahn, Amanda Zahn(Bottom) Rita Bordes, John Morlas, Carl Bishop, Lucine Zahn 
 
906
Morlas Dairy, 2220 Calhoun Street, New Orleans
Morlas Dairy, 2220 Calhoun Street, New Orleans
According to Simone Morlas of Marrero, the Morlas family home and Dairy in this photo "were shared by Bertrand Morlas Sr. (born in France) and his nephew, John Dominic Morlas (born in New Orleans), and their families." Between the two families they had 19 children--some of whom are shown in this 1898 photo. A few years later, they each opened their own dairies, Bertrand operating "The Calhoun Dairy" from the 3200 block of that street and John Dominic operating "La Belle Creole" on the 6300 block of South Claiborne.  
 
907
Morlas Family Reunion, New Orleans, 1987
Morlas Family Reunion, New Orleans, 1987
Over 120 family members were present for this reunion, most of them descended from John Dominic Morlas and Lucine Roquevert of New Orleans 
 
908
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
909
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
910
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
911
Morlas Men, ca 1951
Morlas Men, ca 1951
This photo was probably taken in the early 1950's apparently at a reunion.

Back (left to right): Buddy Maumus? (ASSUMED), Carl Bishop, Grady Quinn, James “Red” Johnson, John Morlas, Louis Morlas, Paul Morlas, Alvin "Abby" Rohli.

Front (left to right): Johnny Trapani, Charles Myers holding daughter Margo, Claude Bishop, Emile “Mitz” Martin, Leon Morlas, Edward Bordes, Leon Bordes

PLEASE HELP US IDENTIFY THE UNKNOWN or UNCERTAIN PEOPLE. 
 
912
Morlas Siblings, 1946
Morlas Siblings, 1946
This photo was probably taken in February 1946, when the children of John Morlas and Lucine Roquevert were together for the funeral of their mother.

Back left to right—Leon Morlas, Juliet Morlas, Paul Morlas, Jennie (Morlas) Bishop, John Morlas, Leontine (Morlas) Zahn, Eleanor (Morlas) Rohli, Louis Morlas.

Front—Stella (Morlas) Trapani, Vivian (Morlas) Schoenfeld, Josephine (Morlas) McGuire, and Lucille (Morlas) Quinn.



 
 
913
Morlas Sister Reunion, between 1954-1956, New Orleans
Morlas Sister Reunion, between 1954-1956, New Orleans
TOP ROW - (Left to Right) Josephine Morlas McGuire, Stella Morlas Trapani, Stella O'Brien (cousin), Eleanor Morlas Rohli, BOTTOM ROW - Vivian Morlas Schoenfeld, Leontine Morlas Zahn holding her grandchild (Lucy's baby), and Eugenia Morlas Bishop 
 
914
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
915
Morlas, Eleanor, Vivian and Josephine
Morlas, Eleanor, Vivian and Josephine
The three youngest of the Morlas sisters, Eleanor Rohli, Vivian Schoenfeld, and Josephine Carpenter. This was taken around 1980, on Josephine's last trip to New Orleans. 
 
916
Morlas, Eugenia and Josephine
Morlas, Eugenia and Josephine
Sisters Jenny and Josephine Morlas before 1920 
 
917
Morlas, John 'Bebe' with his namesake grandson, John ca 1951
Morlas, John "Bebe" with his namesake grandson, John ca 1951
Bennie Zahn writes that "in 1951 Mom and I took the Sunset Limited train to California to visit John and Antoinette in Burbank, California. We were there for 11 days, and then went onto Canada for a tour. I took this snapshot of Uncle John "Bebe" with his grandson, John Robert Morlas, who was born in 1949." 
 
918
Morlas, John Dominic
Morlas, John Dominic
Husband of Lucine Roquevert
B. 1865 New Orleans D. 1923 New Orleans
He saved the tips he received delivering milk, eventually accumulating enough open his own Dairy, La Belle Creole, in New Orleans. 
 
919
Morlas, Josephine ca 1916
Morlas, Josephine ca 1916
Josephine was the ninth of thirteen children born to John Dominic Morlas and Lucine Roquevert 
 
920
Morlas, Josephine ca 1929
Morlas, Josephine ca 1929
Josephine prior to her European Cruise in the Summer of 1929. This scan was made from a xerox of the original photo owned by Keith McGuire, accounting for its poor quality.  
 
921
Morlas, Josephine ca 1930's
Morlas, Josephine ca 1930's
This was probably after her marriage to Keith McGuire in 1930 
 
922
Morlas, Josephine ca 1940
Morlas, Josephine ca 1940
The wife of Keith David McGuire
B. 1905 Louisiana D. 1983 Oklahoma 
 
923
Morlas, Josephine ca 1965
Morlas, Josephine ca 1965
After her children were grown, the widowed Josephine Morlas McGuire moved to Woodward Oklahoma, where she married Kenneth Carpenter and worked as a waitress at several small cafes.  
 
924
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
925
Morlas, Louis and Charles, US Army ca 1951
Morlas, Louis and Charles, US Army ca 1951
A photo taken while they were serving in the military in Korea. Their sister, Susan, shared this photo with Bennie Zahn. Louis said that he and Charles were stationed about 200 miles apart, but met up from time to time when they were on leave. Note they are wearing different belts, each representing their divisions. Charles, 18, was in the fighting zone and Louis, 21, was in the mail department. Louis later had a medical discharge.  
 
926
Morlas, Lucine and daughters
Morlas, Lucine and daughters
This formal portrait of Mms. Morlas and her daughters was taken around 1918 in New Orleans. Her husband and her four sons were not pictured.

Back Row (l to r): Eugenia, Juliet, Leontine, Clothilde

Front Row (l to r): Estelle, Josephine, Eleanor, Mme. Lucine Roquevert Morlas, Vivian, Lucille 
 
927
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
928
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
929
Morlas, Vivian, Sister Cyril, RSM (Juliet), and Eleanor
Morlas, Vivian, Sister Cyril, RSM (Juliet), and Eleanor
The last surviving Morlas sisters, at a luncheon in their honor in New Orleans, Summer 1984 
 
930
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
931
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
932
Muck, Amanda L.
Muck, Amanda L.
This appears to have been taken around the time of her marriage to Erwin Kercher in 1909
B. 1888 D. 1953 
 
933
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
934
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
935
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
936
Neal, Richard
Neal, Richard
Amchitka, Alaska Air Force Base. This was the photo of a co-worker of Tom Payne's, and was among his personal effects at the time of his death.  
 
937
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
938
O'Brien, Estelle ca 1907
O'Brien, Estelle ca 1907
This photo of Estelle was taken at Brennans' Studio, 809 Canal Street, in New Orleans, probably around 1907, and most likely was a confirmation photo. She was the daughter of Johnny O'Brien and Marie Morlas.  
 
939
O'Brien, Estelle ca 1917
O'Brien, Estelle ca 1917
This photo of Estelle was taken in 1917 at the Bennette Moore Studio of Baronne Street, New Orleans. She was the daughter of Johnny O'Brien and Marie Morlas.  
 
940
O'Brien, Estelle ca 1930's
O'Brien, Estelle ca 1930's
This photo of Estelle appears to have been taken sometime in the 1930's, at the Frank Moore Studio, 114 Baronne Street, New Orleans. She was the daughter of Johnny O'Brien and Marie Morlas, and the godmother of Patricia Marion McGuire, the daughter of her cousin Josephine Morlas McGuire.  
 
941
O'Neill Sisters, ca 1907
O'Neill Sisters, ca 1907
This photo was sent as a postcard to Mr. and Mrs. John O'Neill from their daughter Bird. It was postmarked from Concrete, Colorado, and was dated 11 January 1907. The message read "Do you know your baby daughter in this grown up picture? Bird." Bird is seated on the right, and it appears that her older sister Annie is standing to the left. They appear to be in old west costume, with the photo probably taken as a novelty. 
 
942
O'Neill, Annie Josephine, ca 1920
O'Neill, Annie Josephine, ca 1920
Wife of James Rufus Sparks
B. 1884 Texas D. 1967 Oklahoma
Annie was the eldest daughter of John O'Neill and Sarah Elizabeth Payne. Both her parents and her only sister died while she was still in her thirties. 
 
943
O'Neill, Bird Elizabeth, ca 1910's
O'Neill, Bird Elizabeth, ca 1910's
B. 1889 Indian Territory D. 1921 Oklahoma
Bird was the youngest daughter of John O'Neill and Sarah Elizabeth Payne. She died when she was only 32.
 
 
944
O'Neill, Bird Elizabeth, ca 1920
O'Neill, Bird Elizabeth, ca 1920
B. 1889 Indian Territory D. 1921 Oklahoma
Bird O'Neill was a graduate of the Catholic seminary at Guthrie, but had spent most of her life in Duncan. She died in a sanitarium at a young age, apparently from a rapidly spreading melanoma. At the time of her death, she was survived only by her sister, Annie O'Neill (Mrs. J.R.) Sparks. 
 
945
Oman, George ca 1906, with his bicycle
Oman, George ca 1906, with his bicycle
George at around age ten. He was the son of Willis and Julia (nee Jesse) Oman, and a lifelong resident of Sturgis, Michigan. 
 
946
Orr, Ethel Mary
Orr, Ethel Mary
Ethel Mary Orr, the daughter of Robert Hugh Orr and Ethel Mary Striffler, as in infant. 
 
947
Orr, Robert with his sister Ethel, ca 1921
Orr, Robert with his sister Ethel, ca 1921
The two eldest children of Ethel Striffler and Robert Hugh Orr 
 
948
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
949
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
950
Parker, Bettye Sue
Parker, Bettye Sue
B. 1928, Homerville, Georgia
Wife of John Robinson "Pondus" McLemore 
 
951
Parker, Bettye Sue marriage to John Robinson 'Pondus' McLemore
Parker, Bettye Sue marriage to John Robinson "Pondus" McLemore
Bettye and Pondus leaving the church after their July 1957 marriage 
 
952
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
953
Partin, Frances Ann
Partin, Frances Ann
B. 1834 Mississippi D. 1902 Sabine County, Texas
Frances was married first to Alvin Parcout Steele and later to Needham Bryant Alford 
 
954
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
955
Patty, Walter and Agnes ca 1949
Patty, Walter and Agnes ca 1949
During the Depression, the Salvation Army sent Agnes Strong to be interviewed for a job by Walter Patty. He was a widower, with several small children, who ran a boarding house in Chickasha. OK. He apparently had trouble keeping housekeepers. The Salvation Army captain thought Agnes was well quailified for the task despite her youth. She was hired, and she and her daughter Patty moved into an apartment at the boarding house. Over a period of time, Walter and Agnes developed an affinity for each other and were married. This photo was taken around 1949, after they had been married almost 20 years. 
 
956
Payne Brothers, Carl, Willie and Paul James ca 1930's
Payne Brothers, Carl, Willie and Paul James ca 1930's
Carl, Bill and Paul were all sons of Caroline Cover and her husband, Harry Carl Payne 
 
957
Payne Family
(a son of Levi Newton Payne?)
Payne Family (a son of Levi Newton Payne?)
Linda Miller writes that "the picture of the family sitting in front of the house unfortunately is another one that is unknown...I do know it is one of Levi Newton's (five) sons and family, maybe someone knows for sure." Linda wrote this could possibly even be her granfather, William Bertram Payne, with his first wife and their children. William Bertram was the only son of Levi's who had a cleft lip---but this photo is not of a high enough resolution to determine that.

PLEASE HELP US IDENTIFY THIS FAMILY. 
 
958
PAYNE FAMILY REUNION - 1927
Home of Aunt Annie (O'Neill) Sparks - 
303 Hickory, Duncan, Oklahoma
PAYNE FAMILY REUNION - 1927 Home of Aunt Annie (O'Neill) Sparks - 303 Hickory, Duncan, Oklahoma
This 1927 Payne Reunion photo is of 41 people. On September 21-23, 1999, Charles R. Strong along with his mother, Anna Laura "Rooney" (Payne) Strong and two aunts – Dora Fay (Payne) Pierce-Yeager and Lois Marie (Payne) Hanna reviewed the picture. The late Lewis Adair Payne had already prepared his own list identifying all persons. Both list had errors. Mary Gwendolyn “Marilynn” (Payne) Wade of Marlow later helped Charles Strong reconcile the two lists and correct some errors. One reason for differences in the two lists was due to the existence of two pictures, which were almost, but not exactly, identical. This photo slightly differs from Aunt Annie’s version.

. NOTE-The list below is numbered left to right - top to bottom. The first number is sequential in total, and the
second number is position within the row.

TOP ROW
1 1 Paul Puckett, Boy living with Hattie (Brown) Payne.
2 2 Mabel Lyles
3 3 Baby is Mary Gwendolyn “Marilynn” (Payne) Wade.
4 4 Joseph Ray “Jodey” Payne Jr.
5 5 Virginia (Payne) Hardin - d. of Walter W., # 22 below
6 6 Vera (Payne) Roberts-Young, -d. of Walter W. #22 and mother of #30 below
7 7 Mary Ethyl (Payne) Benton-Madison-Parker. d. of W. W. # 22
8 8 Claude Chadwick Payne
9 9 Ruth Hazel Witherspoon-d. of Mable (Gentry) Witherspoon, d. of John Price Gentry.
10 10 Florence Scott d. of # 23 Lou Payne Scott & niece of W.W. Payne
11 11 Marvin Walter Payne Sr. Father of #'s 8, 28, 37, & 38
12 12 Gracie (Gentry) Payne Wife of # 11 Marvin W. Payne
13 13 Rene Gentry - s. of Frank Melton and Ada (Jones) Gentry, and nephew of Gracie #12
14 14 Edna (Surginer) Payne, First wife of John Earl (Dukie) Payne
15 15 John Earl, (Dukie) Payne
16 16 Caroline "Carrie" (Cover) Payne
17 17 Harry Carl Payne,Sr.

MIDDLE ROW
18 1 William "Billy" West - Grandson of # 23, Louise (Payne) Scott
19 2 Joseph Ray Payne, s. of Wm. Henry H. Payne
20 3 C. Frank Payne, Brother to # 11, Marvin W. Payne Sr.
21 4 Annie (O'Neill) Sparks, Wife of #26
22 5 Walter Winkle Payne
23 6 Louise "Lula" (Payne) Scott
24 7 Hattie (Brown) Payne
25 8 Orville Scott
26 9 James Rufus Sparks f. of # 33, Mary Pat (Sparks) Kubic

BOTTOM ROW
27 1 Anna Laura "Rooney" (Payne) Strong
28 2 Mary Olive (Payne) Thompson
29 3 Mary Ethyl (Benton) Jones
30 4 Clifford "Bosco" Roberts
31 5 Virginia Payne, sister to # 4 above, and d. of Joseph R. & g.d. Wm. H. H. Payne ?
32 6 Dora Fay (Payne) Pierce - Yeager
33 7 Mary Pat (Sparks) Kubik
34 8 Francis Hardin, d. of Virginia Payne Hardin, # 5 above, (in lap of Mary Pat)
35 9 Thelma (Gentry) Callaway - d. of Edgar J. Gentry & g.d. of Wm. M. Gentry
36 10 Lois Marie (Payne) Hanna
37 11 Lewis Adair Payne
38 12 Marvin Walter "Snort" Payne Jr. in Lewis' lap.
39 13 Willie Lee "Billy" Payne ?
40 14 Paul James Payne
41 15 Jean Bruce (Benton) Turner
 
 
959
Payne Home, Marlow, Oklahoma, Built by William Henry Harrison Payne, Outskirts of Marlow on the top of the Hill on Jarboe Street

Built 1904, Demolished 2006
Payne Home, Marlow, Oklahoma, Built by William Henry Harrison Payne, Outskirts of Marlow on the top of the Hill on Jarboe Street Built 1904, Demolished 2006
From its unique design to the way it was conceived, the Payne home took with it a rich history of one of the pioneer families that shaped a community. W.H. Payne and his wife Hattie came to Marlow from Missouri, with brief stops in Texas and Velma, Oklahoma. In 1904, W. H. built a home on Jarboe Street. It was one of the better homes of the time and became a landmark for the Payne family that was passed down to W. H.’s son Joe and his son Joe, Jr. (Jodie). All have passed, but it was Jodie that remembered in a 1973 story in The Marlow Review of how his grandmother told him of the planning of the home. They laid out dominoes as imaginary walls leaving gaps between them to represent doors. And plenty of gaps there were as each of the seven rooms had an outside door. Over the years, a Payne still inhabited the old home before it became a rent house in more recent times. The actual address was 514 W. Jarboe, but a faint 510 was also added over the homes east porch. Three brick fireplaces rose from the roof as one could imagine smoke billowing from all three during a cold winter’s night, or how a family could enjoy a beautiful spring day on the wooden front porch that provided a view Mt. Scott on the western horizon.

(Excerpted from an article in The Marlow Review dated January 11, 2007, courtesy of Lynell Cordell)
 
 
960
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
961
Payne Sister-in-Law's
Payne Sister-in-Law's
Linda Miller writes that "I believe this is Molly (Mary Ann "Molly" Lowry) Payne, left, and my grandmother Elizabeth Louise (nee Belter) Payne on the right and another woman in the middle[unknown].... But Molly looks like the older verson of the woman sitting in front of the house with the man and children that I sent earlier."

PLEASE HELP US POSTIVELY IDENTIFY EVERYONE IN THIS PICTURE.

 
 
962
Payne sisters with family
Payne sisters with family
r t l: Fay Payne Yeager, Homer Strong with wife Anna Laura Payne Strong, Lois Payne Hanna, Amos Kubik and wife 
 
963
Payne, Anna Belle
Payne, Anna Belle
Wife of (1) Harold Samuel Herman and (2) Harmon Gaither
B. 1924 D. 1982, Arizona 
 
964
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1914
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1914
Anna Laura was probably about 18 months old when this picture was taken 
 
965
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1916 with her sister Dora Fay
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1916 with her sister Dora Fay
This picture of Fay (l) and Anna Laura (r) was taken when they were still toddlers 
 
966
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1925 at St. Joan of Arc Parochial School, Duncan, Oklahoma
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1925 at St. Joan of Arc Parochial School, Duncan, Oklahoma
Anna Laura is standing immediately to the right of the the nun who was their teacher. The names of the teacher and the other students is not known. Anna Laura's younger sister, Fay Payne is probably present, but not positively identified.

PLEASE HELP US IDENTIFY THE UNKNOWN CLASSMATES. 
 
967
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1926 at St. Elizabeth's Academy
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1926 at St. Elizabeth's Academy
From her St. Elizabeth Scrapbook 
 
968
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1931
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1931
This photo of Anna Laura was taken shortly before her marriage to Homer Strong, and soon after her graduation from St. Elizabeth's academy in Purcell, Oklahoma. At the time the photo was taken, Anna Laura was with her cousin Mary Pat Sparks. They were going to St. Elizabeth's to pick up Anna Laura's sisters, Fay and Lois, for a school holiday break.  
 
969
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1942
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1942
Wife of Homer Richard Strong
B. 1913 Oklahoma D. 2004 Oklahoma
This is a hand tinted version of the photo which was probably taken around 1942. 
 
970
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1945
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1945
This photo of Anna Laura appears to have been taken in the mid 1940's, most likely by her husband, Homer Strong 
 
971
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1956
Payne, Anna Laura ca 1956
Wearing a pill box hat 
 
972
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
973
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
974
Payne, Anna Laura, Fay, Tom, Lois ca 1956
Payne, Anna Laura, Fay, Tom, Lois ca 1956
The Payne Siblings, circa 1956. From left to right, standing in order of their birth, Anna Laura (42), Fay (41), Tom (39) and Lois (36) 
 
975
Payne, Aubrey and Sarah
Payne, Aubrey and Sarah
This was the wedding portrait of Aubrey Hamilton Payne and his wife, Sarah Jane Williams, taken circa 1904. 
 
976
Payne, Bert and Raymond
Payne, Bert and Raymond
Bert (l) and Raymond (r) were both sons of William Bertram Payne. This picture was taken during World War II, when Raymond was in the Marine Corps. 
 
977
Payne, Bert and Scott
Payne, Bert and Scott
Grade School Photo, circa 1918
Linda Miller writes that..."the little boy in the front left is Scott (S) and in the row right behind Scott is Bert (B) Payne." Scott died in an accident when he was around five years old, and this picture appears to date from when he must have been around that age. Their younger brother, Raymond (born in 1914) is not pictured and must have been still too young for school.

PLEASE HELP US INDETIFY THE UNKNOWN STUDENTS AND TEACHERS PICTURED.
 
 
978
Payne, Bert, between 1920 and 1940?
Payne, Bert, between 1920 and 1940?
Bert Payne, on his parent's ranch near Roy, New Mexico. His parents homesteaded on 5 sections of land in that areas after their marriage in 1910. 
 
979
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
980
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
981
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
982
Payne, Chester F. 'Jack'
Payne, Chester F. "Jack"
B. 1908 D. 1960
He had a very colorful life, and was sometimes called 'Dakota Red.' 
 
983
Payne, Dora Fay
Payne, Dora Fay
This photograph was taken of Fay as an infant 
 
984
Payne, Dora Fay ca 1930
Payne, Dora Fay ca 1930
This glamorous photo of Fay Payne was probably taken around the time of her marriage to Roscoe Pierce.

 
 
985
Payne, Dora Fay ca 1940's
Payne, Dora Fay ca 1940's
Appears to have been taken in the 1940's either in California or Oklahoma 
 
986
Payne, Dora Fay ca 1940's
Payne, Dora Fay ca 1940's
Appears to have been taken in the 1940's either in California or Oklahoma 
 
987
Payne, Eugene Russell 'Rusty'
Payne, Eugene Russell "Rusty"
Husband of Marjorie Clark
B. 1914 Oklahoma D. 1980 Illinois 
 
988
Payne, Fay and Roonie
Payne, Fay and Roonie
Fay (L) and Roonie(R) on a Cruise, circa 1990. The three Payne sisters remained close friends their entire lives, often travelling with each other. 
 
989
Payne, Firm, between 1940-1950?
Payne, Firm, between 1940-1950?
B. 1911 
 
990
Payne, Firm, Ray, Bert and Harold (L to R), Arizona, after 1945
Payne, Firm, Ray, Bert and Harold (L to R), Arizona, after 1945
Four of the six sons born to William Bertram Payne

Linda Miller writes that this photo was taken sometime after 1945 because her father had on the khakis that he wore after he got out of the Marines. Chester F. "Jack" is missing from the picture, as is Scott, who died young. 
 
991
Payne, Fred Lee, probably with two of his sons
Payne, Fred Lee, probably with two of his sons
Linda Miller writes that this photo "would be EITHER Fred OR Clarence Richard Payne." It appears this is most likely photo of Fred, as a descendant of Clarence Richard wrote indicating that although the older man looked similar to him, it was not. Theresa Payne identified the three men, l to r, as Levi Sherman Payne, Walter W. Payne, and Fred Payne on the right.  
 
992
Payne, Lee and Mildred Family
Payne, Lee and Mildred Family
Lee and his wife, the former Mildred Seaton, with their three children, John Earl, Henry Lee, and Hattie Mildred.

L to R: Henry, Mildred (Mother), Hattie, Lee (Father, seated), and John Earl 
 
993
Payne, Lois Marie ca 1938
Payne, Lois Marie ca 1938
Duncan High School Senior Picture, Class of 1938. Lois once remarked that she had only one skirt and two sweaters to wear throughout her entire senior year.
 
 
994
Payne, Lois Marie ca 1948
Payne, Lois Marie ca 1948
Lois moved to Oklahoma City and worked as a secretary. She married James Hanna in 1951. 
 
995
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
996
Payne, Marguerite ca 1925
Payne, Marguerite ca 1925
Marguerite was a half-sister to Thomas Hamilton Payne, II; the only daughter of Thomas Bunker Payne and his second wife, Lillian James. Both of her full brothers died as young adults.  
 
997
Payne, Patricia Gabriela ca 1931
Payne, Patricia Gabriela ca 1931
Patty Gay, the youngest child, of Bessie Gentry, stayed home with her mother while her older siblings were in boarding school 
 
998
Payne, Patricia Gabriela ca 1934-1936
Payne, Patricia Gabriela ca 1934-1936
Patty Gay died in 1936, when she was eight years old. The day before she died, after six weeks of illness, she told her sister Fay "I am so tired of being tired."
 
 
999
Payne, Paul James ca 1943 with his mother, Caroline Cover Payne
Payne, Paul James ca 1943 with his mother, Caroline Cover Payne
Paul with his mother, Taken during World War II 
 
1000
Payne, Raymond Ruben ca 1920's
Payne, Raymond Ruben ca 1920's
Raymond as a young man 
 

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