Mallory, Varner, George, and Vincent Burt, c1936
Ferry, French, Wynell, and Ruth
Ferry, French, Wynell and Ruth Burt
Belle Meade, the home of Earl and Ruth Kilby in Sperryville. It is now a bed and breakfast.
Ferry, Mallory and French Burt, West Blocton, 1943
An LCT(5) such as Mallory served aboard at Normandy
Boarding a C-47 transport for a parachute jump. George Burt is standing at far right.
1st. Platoon, Easy Company, 513th PIR
Samuel and Martha Abney Family
Abney Brown, University of Alabama 1931
L-R: James & Abbey Brewer, Sam Abney, Nell Abney, Joy Abney, Shannon & Frank Brown
L-R: Charlotte Crow, Shannon Brown, Susan Brown, Melissa Brown (kneeling), Frank Brown, Celia Crow, John Brown, Rasch Brown, George & Abney Brown, Brian, Martha & Tom Brown.
Front row L-R: Virginia Brown, Judith Brown, Nell Abney, Little Rasch, & Big Rasch. Back row L-R: Little Frank with baby Heather, French Brown, Big Frank, Zack Abney, John Brown. The little girls in front are Little Frank's step-children: Angela & Leslie. From reunion in Warrior, AL about 1987.
Francis H. "Rasch" Brown, 1940 API sophomore
Rasch Brown, 1948 Senior Photo, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn Universty)
Frank D. Gulledge and Frances Dorothy Brown marriage license
Sgt. Waymon L. Brown, Co. D 20th Alabama Infantry
Standing L-R: Anderson Lee and Francis. Seated: Jenny, Bessie, and Waymon Brown
"The Battle Above the Clouds" by Mort Kunstler. Lookout Mountain, November 24, 1863. The unit portrayed here is the 20th Alabama.
Row 2: Sam Abney, Zach Abney. Row 1: Lt. Phil Vance, Jacob D. Mayberry, unknown. Dedication of Confederate monument in Centreville.
Silas M. Blann and bride, Irma Abney, 1903
Margaret Abney Christopher
Evelyn Lily Abney tombstone
William Hamilton Abney about 1909
Abney Place c1973-- William's room was the center window on the second floor
Montevallo 1907 Freshman Class
Topographic map showing the Abney Farm and Abney Cemetery north of Maplesville, Alabama
Zachariah Abney gravesite
Eustace P. Burt, with his granddaughter, Wynell Burt, about 1933
From about 1900. 1st Row: Frank Yeager, Irby Burt, Eustace Burt. 2nd Row: Linnie Yeager, Minnie Burt, Nettie Burt
1st Row: Frank Yeager, Irby Burt, Eustace Burt. 2nd Row: Linnie Yeager, Minnie Burt, Nettie Burt
Tombstone in Vernontown Cemetery
"Lime Kiln Railroad; the Tres Pinos Monorail"
Overview of San Francisco showing the sites of John J. Burt's homes and office
Residences of John J. Burt in the Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco
Photo from the 1906 Earthquake shows the 400 block of California Street, one block east of John's office
Sacred to the memory of J C. Gibson, born the 17th of November 1793, died the 6th of December 1849, in the 57th year of his age
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
Jonathon C. Gibson family marker
Sacred to the memory of Martha D. Gibson, wife of J. C. Gibson, born the 9th of October 1799, died in April 1822, in the 23rd year of her age
Rising Sun Tavern, built 1760
Pictured here is the law office of Charles Washington. Located on in Charlestown on North Lawrence Street between Liberty and Washington Streets this smal brick building was constructed during the last quarter of the 18th century. It was built to be used as an office.
The earliest known portrait of Washington, painted in 1772 by Charles Willson Peale, showing Washington in uniform as colonel of the Virginia Regiment.
George Washington, as a nineteen year-old surveyor. (Wax model at Mount Vernon, Virginia)
Map of Mount Vernon, residence of George Washington made by himself.
A mezzotint of Martha Dandridge Custis, based on a 1757 portrait by Wollaston
St. Mary de Castro (of the Castle) Church, Leicester, England
Crypt of George Stanley and Eleanor Sutton (alias Dudley) of Wednesday Hall
Crypt of George Stanley and Eleanor Sutton (alias Dudley) of Wednesday Hall
Arms of Sir John Sutton, 1st Baron Dudley, KG
Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire
St. Thomas Chapel at Willesley Hall
Abney of Williesley coat of arms. This is the true coat of arms of the Abney family, and was borne by Sir Thomas Abney, Lord Mayor of London, 1694, but in consequence of the marriage, circa 1400, of John de Abney with the co-heiress of Ingwardby of Willesley, most of the Abneys, descendants thereof, adopted for their hereditary arms the coat of Ingwardby, viz. Or (gold), on a chief Gules (red), a lion passant Argent (silver). Le Neve's "Knights" gives as the arms of Sir Edward Abney, of Willesley, knighted at Whitehall, 2 Aug 1673, this later coat.
Willlesley Hall, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire
Mary Paralee Brown Langston
Henry M. Burt, circa 1890
Henry M. Burt House
Tombstone in Centreville Memorial Cemetery
Willesley Hall in the late 19th Century, showing the additions of the 1840s
Willesley Hall and St. Thomas' Church, 1936
Aerial view of Willesley Hall, 1936
Topographic Map of Manack Station area in Lowndes County showing the Graves Cemetery
Daniel Henry Watts, tombstone
1895 Map of Tuscaloosa County
Walter and Nettie Burt Medders, wedding photo 1907
William Henry Hunt and Sarah Rebecca Chambliss wedding portrait, 1870
Dr. William E. & Bessie Hicks Burt about 1913 in Talledega. With them is their only child, Henry McKenzie Burt.
William Pressley & Lucile "Cile" Burt Welch about 1938 in Selma, Alabama. Children L-R: Nathaniel, Ruby Burt, Joseph Edmund, William Pressley III, & Henry Burt.
Jacob & Minnie Daniell Tombstone
Minesweeper U.S.S. Sanderling AMS-35
Martin R. Burt house on Lower Kingston Rd., Prattville, Alabama. 2008
Martin R. Burt house on Lower Kingston Rd.
James Walter Medders and Nettie Burt, 1907 Wedding Photo
Timothy & Sophia Burt Mathews
Delilah A. Burt, tombstone
Thomas Coleman home, 2008
James B. and Lou Hudson Forrester
Timothy and Sophia Burt Mathews
Mary Caroline Hunt Gibbons tombstone
Calvin Cobb tombstone
Rocky Mount Cemetery
Thomas W. Burt, tombstone
Mary Ann Burt Bateman, tombstone
John W. Bateman, tombstone
Thomas W. Smith tombstone
Oak Hill Cemetery
Prattville Dragoons Battleflag
Co. H 3rd Alabama Cavalry
Lewis M., Jr. and John A. Whetstone
Battle Flag of the 6th Alabama Infantry,
Army of Northern Virginia
James W. and Laura Frances Burt Cloud
Sudie Burt Smith, tombstone
William N. Smith, tombstone
Glover Medders and Owanna Burt Victory, 2001
Stephen W. and Elizabeth Susan Coleman family tombstone
Belle Meade Plantation, Sperryville, VA
Tombstone in Centreville Memorial Cemetery
Martha Washington in 1796 by James Peale
On poach of Casey Boarding House about 1912. Mary is thought to be the blonde woman third from the right. Dovie is the shorter brunette marked wiith the X.
Celia Parker Trott tombstone in Enon Baptist Church Cemetery
John Dempsey Watts and family
Lewis and Minnie Watts with children: Lester, Crathon and Earl
William Lewis Watts, Minnie Lee Gilliland Watts, Earl, Lester, Crathan, Cleon(on William's lap), Mae, Katie or Bertha.
Fannie and William Lewis Watts
Francis Marion Arnold, tombstone
J.H. "Shorty" Brown Cemetery
San Saba, Texas
Battleflag of the 28th Alabama Infantry. It was captured November 23, 1863, at Bald Knob, near Chattanooga.
Jasper and Newton Langston Families
Zack, Nell and Lina Abney
Jasper & Newton Langston, 20th Alabama Infantry
Jasper D. Langston tombstone
William Jasper and Laura A. Langston Tombstone
Virginia & Mary Abney tombstone
Virginia and Mary Abney tombstone
Hilliard Zacheus Burt tombstone
Wayne L. Watts, 1923-2014
David Crockett Coffman and Sarah Ann (Calfee) Burt Coffman
Jesse William Mathews advertisement in the Prattville Progress
Jesse William Mathews tombstone
James Wilford and Pauline Terry Watts, with Shirley Marie, c1950
Jake Hunt in front of Chestnut Street home
William Graves III tombstone
David Graves House
Mary B. Durham Graves tombstone
Asbury G. Alexander tombstone
L. M. Whetstone, Sr., 1808-1881
Photo by Eugene Allen Smith. Geology Survey Wagon on the Alabama River, Washington Ferry, Autauga County. 1891 or 1894.
Pvt. Paul Abney
Known as the John Abney/Lester House. Built by John in the early 1800s, the house has been renovated and is this in use today. The house was near the land of Samuel Abney, Sr. need the present day town of Saluda. It faces the Saluda River and is fronted by the Old Cherokee Trail.
Carrie W. Mathews and her grandmother, Sophia Burt Mathews
Stephen Evan Burt, 1854-1919
Stephen Evan Burt, John Oscar Burt, (S.E.ís son) Orran Oscar Burt (S.E.ís brother)
Mary Madge Burt in 1896, about the time of her marriage
Henry Moss & Lillian Lee Burt Ivy at their home near West Point, Mississippi
James C. & Zemulah "Zem" Miller Burt about 1914 with their first born child, James Creth Burt .
Ruby Henry Burt, about 1913
Wilmer & Ruby Bassett Family
Hampton Knox Miller, 1896
Wilmer W. & Ruby Burt Bassett, about 1946
William Henry Abney, 1856
Lawrence Washington (1718-1752)
Seated: Nellie Hunt Standing: Arrington "Jake" Hunt Left: Daisy Ruth Hunt Right: Arrington Hunt Baby: Nellie Dean Hunt
Pfc Theo M Hunt Marines World War II
U. S. Marines on Pelelieu Island. Theo Hunt is third from left on front row.
Back of photo of Marines on Pelelieu Island.
Front row: John A. Whetstone & Lewis Whetstone, Jr.
Back row: J. D. Whetstone & S. H. McNeill (brother-in-law)
Ben Thompson, well-known gunfighter and city marshal of Austin. Once arrested Jim Brown.
John Wesley Hardin, Texas gunfighter who is created with killing 40 men
"Wild Bill" Longley, outlaw
John M. "Mack" Brown, 1859-1936
Dorothy Moe Watts Beavers
Minnie Gilliland, Andy Goodwin & Bertha Watts Goodwin
Norma Jean Watts with 1st husband Luther Mullinix
Golden Ridge School in Chilton County in 1913. Helen Whtby is the teacher on the right.
William St. Pierre Gibson
Alabama Female College, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1851-1923
George "GW" Van Watts
Ella Abney Germany tombstone
Ashby-De-La-Zouch Castle, Leicestershire
Edward Abney courting Damaris Andrews
Sir Thomas Abney, 1640-1722
(c) Governor and Company of the Bank of England
Abney House at Stoke-Newington
Portrait of Sir Charles Abney-Hastings Bart, as high sheriff of Derbyshire, 1825. Portrait by John Jackson.
Capt. Frank Abney-Hastings
The "Karteria" under Captain Frank Abney-Hastings was the first steam-powered warship ever used in battle.
Edward Abney (1751-1827). Painting c1775 by Joseph Wright of Derby
Mrs. Abney by artist Josepf Wright of Derby
William Wootton Abney (1780-1822)
Rev. Edward Henry Abney, vicar of St. Alkmund, circa 1883
Flora Jane Abney, 1940 graduation photo, University of Montevallo
Flora Jane Abney, 1939 junior year in college
1939 Montevallo Speech Chorus
1939 Montevallo Speech Club
Bascom M. Marchant tombstone
Daniel Gay Watts and Florence Hicks tombstone
Pincerna or cupbearer to King William I, " William the Conqueror"
Battle of Hastings illustrated in Bayeaux Tapestry
Mary Esther Watts and Elijah Martin Family
Lt. Col. Wilmer W. Bassett, Jr.
Mary Ann Graves Rogers tombstone
Keatchie Cemetery, De Soto Parish, Louisiana
Meliora Ann Andrews Graves
Tomb of William D'Aubigny, Wymondham Abbey, Norfolk
Wymondham Abbey, in Norfolk, was founded in 1107 by William D'Albini, Chief Butler to King Henry I, as a Priory of the great Benedictine Monastery of St. Albans. It became an Abbey in its own right in 1448 and was suppressed under Henry VIII in 1538. Since then it has served as the Anglican parish Church of Wymondham.
Arundel Castle, Curtain Wall
Rev. Henry Hill Whetstone
Abney Grange, Hope Parish, Derbyshire, England
Stephen Richard Coleman family
St. Peter and St. Paul Church, Syston, Derbyshire
The hamlet of Abney with Abney Moor behind it
Andrew Jackson McCarty and Susan Pope Abney
Ambrotype of the gallant Maj. John Pelham who died at the Culpeper CH home of Judge Henry Shackelford
Historic marker honoring Maj. John Pelham
David Jasper Wade (1869-1948)
Watts House in Portsmouth, built 1799
Cary McClure Abney, Jr.
Dr. James Addison Abney (1846-1947)
John E. and Mary Magdelene Mercer Abney
William Abney (1921-1997), actor
James M Abney wearing his Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Medal
Francis Marion Abney
Sarah Ann "Sallie" (Summers) Abney
PFC Samuel Bruce Abney
Duval High School
Class of 1925