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We'd like for you to copy our photographs for your personal collection, but please do not publish them in any manner (hardcopy or web page) without providing credit to the PCFR and the contributor.

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Left to right:
1. Lawrence "Sing" Anderson, April 1863 - Dec. 23, 1948, son of John Allen Anderson and Sallie Ann Tripp, and his wife Mary Crawford, June 1868 - July 4, 1951, dau. of William Henry Crawford and Martha Moore. Circa 1948
2. John Henry "Boss" Anderson, May 4, 1891 - about 1942, son of Lawrence F. Anderson and Mary Crawford, and his wife Lorena Ball, 1898 - Sept. 17, 1945, dau. of Martin Van Buren Ball and Mary O'Neal.
3. John Henry "Boss" Anderson, May 4, 1891 - about 1942, son of Lawrence F. Anderson and Mary Crawford.
4. Merve "Cricket" Anderson, 1910 - 1922 in childbirth), dau. of Lawrence F. Anderson and Mary Crawford, and wife of Henry Clay Nobles.

   Contributor: Heather Anderson


5. Lawrence F. "Sing" Anderson, April 1863 - Dec. 23, 1948, and his dau. Maggie Geneva Anderson, March 1, 1903 - December 12, 1977, who was wife of Arnie C. Fosky.
6. Arnie Carl Fosky, January 31, 1902 - March 8, 1949, husband of Maggie Geneva Anderson.
7. Carrie Bell Anderson, July 6, 1923 - Jan. 3, 1985, and Mary Athlene, Feb. 27, 1927 - about 2000, daughters of John Henry Anderson and Lorena Ball.
8. John B. Anderson (J.B.), October 14, 1918 - ?, son of John Henry Anderson and Lorena Ball. He and his family moved to Texas.

   Contributor: Heather Anderson


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