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Left to right:
1. Front L to R: Arthur Benjamin Corey, Kara Lynn Corey Fennell (Mrs. Bob Fennell), Conrad Taylor, J. Hicks Corey, Jr., Mary Barden Taylor (later Mrs. J. Eric Whichard), Mitzi Sue Taylor (later Mrs. Bob Smith), Hazel Corey (Mrs. Arthur Corey), Charlotte Ruth Corey Worthington, Patricia Worthington (toddler-later Mrs. John Mersereau). 2nd Row L to R: Gherman A. Taylor, Verna Dare Corey (later Mrs. Bill Avery), Hicks Corey, G. A. Taylor, Jr., Alberta (Bert) Corey Taylor (Mrs. Gherman Taylor), Sudie Corey, J. Preston Corey, Ruby Hunsucker Corey (Mrs. Preston Corey), Gladys Corey (Mrs. Billy Corey), Charlie Worthington. 3rd Row L on stairs: Vance Corey, Jimmy Corey, Pat Corey 4th Row L on stairs: Laura Corey (Mrs. Hicks Corey), Bob Fennell, Helen Stanley Corey (Mrs. V. T. Corey). Beside tree on R: Billy Corey, V. T. Corey.
2. L to R: Kara Lynn Corey Fennell, Vance Tucker Corey, J. Hicks Corey, Arthur Benjamin Corey, Sudie D. Tucker Corey, J. Preston Corey, Verna Dare Corey, Alberta (Bert) Corey Taylor.
   Contributor: Patricia Mersereau

1. Ayden Seminary. William Joyner Smith supposedly in the photo.
   Contributor: Phil Smith

2. Old Hardee Homestead, on RPR 1728, Pitt Co.; believed to be former home of John H. Hardee (1816-1904), son of William Hardee and Nanza Barrow.
   Contributor: John V. Lucas

   Contributor: John V. Lucas

Left to right:
1. L to R: Mary Jane Hardee Tucker (1861-1922), Dorothy Davenport (1905-), Mary Serena Tucker Davenport (1884-1971), Serena Nelson Hardee (1831-1919); circa 1910.
2. Mary Jane Hardee Tucker (1861-1922), wife of George Macon Tucker (1858-1927.
3. The George Macon Tucker home in Whitakers, NC, occupied until 1977 by son George Franklin Tucker's family.
4. Ada Hardee Tucker Hyman (1891-1975), dau. of George Macon Tucker and wife of Forrest Southerland Hyman (1877-1947).
   Contributor: John V. Lucas

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