Baucom and Honeycutt Family Photos . .Joseph Thomas Baucom(05 Jun 1826 -08 Mar 1906)Joseph Thomas Baucom, a blacksmith, was the son of Lewis Baucom and Catherine Louisa "Lucy" Ellington. He married Sarah Wandalene Brantley in the 1840's. Sarah was the daughter of William Brantley and Phereby Lee.One of their sons was my great grandfather, Cader Bennett Baucom. Ben (31 Mar 1863 - 23 Feb 1931) married Lydia Frances Medlin (16 Jul 1865-15 Jul 1931) on 02 Jun 1885 in Union County, NC officiated by W. A. Austin Esq. Lydia Frances Medlin Baucom was the daughter of John Jackson Medlin and Louisa Elizabeth Mullis. My grandmother, Sarah, said that Lydia told her that she was part "Indian" and my grandmother surely did look like it. She had black eyes, high cheekbones and at her death, she still had long black hair with very little gray.Ben and Lydia Baucom and Children(left to right)Front row: Sophronia L. "Fronnie", Ben, Lydia, and Dora L.Back Row: Harvey Lee, Sarah Ann, and Joseph MiltonMy grandmother, Sarah Ann Hazeltine Baucom was named for the missionary, Ann Hazeltine Judson. She married Adam Pettigrew Honeycutt, in Union County, on 10 May 1908 officiated by Rev. J. A. Bivens. They were the parents of seven children.Adam Pettigrew Honeycutt(05 May 1878 - 17 Jan 1961)Sarah Ann Hazeltine Baucom Honeycutt(15 Nov 1888 - 24 Aug 1974)Children of Adam and Sarah Honeycutt:Left to right: Elsie Isabel, Judge Marion (my dad), Ruth LyneaChildren of Adam and Sarah Honeycutt:Left to right: Lydia Lola Irene, Marvin Houston, Ralph Henry LeeThere was another child who was born about seven years later, Myrtle Elizabeth.
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Joyce Honeycutt Holman
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