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Butler Family of Midway
Submitted by Melody Butler Kellar
L to R  Sitting-first three unknown; Bob Baker, married Annie; Annie Lena Butler, daughter of George Madison Butler; Rebecca Ivy Motts;  Ira Butler, Annie's brother, married Ivy Motts on Aug. 3, 1911.
          Standing-  unknown; unknown; Lillie Motts (sister of Ivy) 
Photo taken about 1905 in Polk County, Texas
 Wallace Artman Butler (standing)
Lawrence Butler (sqatting on right)

Wallace Artman Butler was born 
April 1, 1890, at Pickney-now known as Midway.  He was the son of George Madison Butler and Ella Victoria Parker Bulter. 

World War I U. S. Navy
Wallace Artman Butler (right)
Need help identifying the other two men. 
 Wallace Artman Butler 
and wife, Carrie Nunez Butler 
abt. 1919-1920.
Millard Adkins Butler, son of George Madison Butler (on left).  Need help in identifying the other man. 
abt 1920.
Millard Adkins, son of George M. & Ella V. Butler (standing on the right)  John Adams (standing on the left)
Need help identifying the other men.
Abt. 1920
Mary "Molly" Thomas Butler,
born Apr.16, 1868, Woods Creek/ Midway; died June 6, 1956; 
daughter of Thomas M. Butler and Mary Ann Banks; married James Milton Treadway Aug.19, 1888.
This photo was found in the old home site of Mary Thomas Butler Treadway in Midway.  It is possibly her mother, Mary Ann Banks Butler, the second wife of Thomas Butler. 
(Need help making a positive ID)

Mary Banks married Thomas M. Butler in 1847 in Stewart Co. GA.  They arrived at Midway in 1856.

About the submitter:
     Melody Butler Kellar is the ggg-grandaughter of Thomas M. Butler who settled in Midway, Texas in 1856.  Her direct Butler line includes:  Elbert Elias Butler s/o Jesse Lee Butler s/o George Madison Butler s/o Thomas Madison Butler.
     She is doing extensive research on the 7 generations of her Butler family.  Other surnames that are linked with her line of Butlers are: Harrison, Banks, Treadway, Bailey, Nunez, Waldrep, Hales, McKee, & Parker. 
     Any information you might have would be greatly appreciated.

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