My ancestors who fought in the War of Northern Aggression
The original owner of “Cotton’s Cafe” was Luther Cotton. Wellington Harvey “Harve” Ratliff worked for Mr. Cotton and bought him out some time around 1943. He decided to keep the name of the cafe.
Emmett Herman Cross, Edna Lucille Cross Gibbs, Ruth Maryland Cross Chesson, Seawillow Rosetta Cross Roundtree, Mary Bernice Cross Croom, Gordon Monroe Cross, Hiram Shelton Cross
Some photos that survived the years
David Peebles, born abt 1610 in Fife Scotland. In 1633, David married Elspet Mackie.
Joseph PERRIN was born about 1700 in New Kent County, Virginia. He was living in 1743 in Hanover County, Virginia. He served as a witness to a sale on 5 May 1746 in Lunenberg County, Virginia.
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Joseph Rodgers and wife, Elizabeth came to Hardin County prior to the June 1860 Census for Providence Hill.
Descendants of William Springate