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Miller School - 1927


Contributed by Donna (Bell) Broome (please use Miller School for subject if emailing)

Miller School - Elmont, Missouri - 1927
This rural school is no longer in existence.
In this photo five of the ten children born to John Thomas Bell and Alma (Halmick) Bell are pictured.
Madge Marie Bell - Born 1912
Alma Bell            - Born 1914
Opal Bell             - Born 1916
Orville Bell           - Born 1918
Olin Bell              - Born 1920

Also included are the Schmidt cousins, who were double cousins (their fathers were brothers and their mothers were sisters):
Pictured: Tracy Schmidt born 1913, son of Edwin Schmidt and Della (Blankenship) Schmidt. Roscoe Schmidt born 1915, son of Charles Henry Schmidt and Maude (Blankenship) Schmidt.



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  Sue Blesi, Franklin County Coordinator, Missouri USGenWeb Project


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