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My paternal Grandmother, Avis "Frances" Mackey Fletcher

My paternal Grandmother, Avis "Frances" Mackey Fletcher

My great aunt, Naomi Ivie Mackey, known as "Nim of the Ozarks" was an incredible artist.

My great aunt, Naomi Ivie Mackey, known as "Nim of the Ozarks" was an incredible artist.

My parents, Bobby Eugene Fletcher and Jeanne Marlane Webster on their wedding day.

My parents, Bobby Eugene Fletcher and Jeanne Marlane Webster on their wedding day.

Lucy Taylor Whitmarsh, My Great Grandfather, William Chase Whitmarsh's first wife. Lucy was a niece of President Zachary Taylor.

Lucy Taylor Whitmarsh, My Great Grandfather, William Chase Whitmarsh's first wife. Lucy was a niece of President Zachary Taylor.

My paternal Great Grandparents, Kathryn Ozy Ford and Frank O'Dell Mackey on their wedding day.

My paternal Great Grandparents, Kathryn Ozy Ford and Frank O'Dell Mackey on their wedding day.

My Dad, Bobby Eugene Fletcher, posing as Uncle Sam. Both of his sons and son-in-laws served in the military.

My Dad, Bobby Eugene Fletcher, posing as Uncle Sam. Both of his sons and son-in-laws served in the military.

Bobby Webster, my Mother's first cousin is on the front row on the right.

Bobby Webster, my Mother's first cousin is on the front row on the right.

My Paternal Uncle Max Elwood Fletcher and friend at Clark Field, the Philippines during World War ll.

My Paternal Uncle Max Elwood Fletcher and friend at Clark Field, the Philippines during World War ll.

My Uncle, Max

My Uncle, Max

This is Dorothy Beshears, (on the right) in The Apple Blossom Festival in Bentonville, Arkansas  This photo appeared in the Southwest American article April 15 1927, Here is what the caption said: Here is shown Dorothy Beshears and Doris Larimore, Apple Blossom faries. they will be among the festival dancers Sunday. Dorothy Beshears King was the niece of my paternal Great Grandmother, Kathryn Ozy Ford Mackey. Dorothy's Mother was Flossie Ford Beshears. We called her Aunt Floss.

This is Dorothy Beshears, (on the right) in The Apple Blossom Festival in Bentonville, Arkansas This photo appeared in the Southwest American article April 15 1927, Here is what the caption said: Here is shown Dorothy Beshears and Doris Larimore, Apple Blossom faries. they will be among the festival dancers Sunday. Dorothy Beshears King was the niece of my paternal Great Grandmother, Kathryn Ozy Ford Mackey. Dorothy's Mother was Flossie Ford Beshears. We called her Aunt Floss.

Pine Torch Church, in Bankhead National Forest, in Lawrence County, Alabama, where my maternal great (4) grandparents, Mathew Payne and his wife, Amelia (Milly) Cooper worshipped.

Pine Torch Church, in Bankhead National Forest, in Lawrence County, Alabama, where my maternal great (4) grandparents, Mathew Payne and his wife, Amelia (Milly) Cooper worshipped.

My paternal Uncle Max was a tailgunner in the Pacific Theater in World War ll.

My paternal Uncle Max was a tailgunner in the Pacific Theater in World War ll.

My maternal Great (2nd) Grandfather William Faxon Whitmarsh in his Civil War uniform. He fought for the North.  This page is included in the ancestry book I wrote for my son when he was graduating from West Point.

My maternal Great (2nd) Grandfather William Faxon Whitmarsh in his Civil War uniform. He fought for the North. This page is included in the ancestry book I wrote for my son when he was graduating from West Point.

My Father, Bobby Eugene Fletcher on his horse, Booger.

My Father, Bobby Eugene Fletcher on his horse, Booger.