This was submitted by Betty Hartwick through Susan Long.
This was originally submitted on ancestry.com by username jmja112203
From left to right, Willie Ramick, Jacob Andrew Cearley, John Thomas Cearley, Henry Yell Cearley, Rebecca Isabella Cearley. After Andrew Jacob’s death, Elizabeth Maberry Cearley remarried. Willie Ramick (far left) is her son with her second husband, John Samuel Ramick.
This was submitted on ancestry.com by Lucy Gunthorpe.
Left: Martha Melissa Rosela Ellie Blackerby, second wife of Joseph L. Blackerby, holding baby, Carrie Elta, born 1888; Harp Earvin, born 1882, is standing. Joseph Lawrence is holding Ernest Lawrence, born 1885. He was twenty or more years older than his second wife.
Ernest Lawrence Blackerby was married to Henrietta Clement, daughter of Noah C. Clement and Virginia Lybrand.
This photo was found by Susan Long on ancestry.com and submitted by username: Acoontz14.
L to R
Clarinda (Trammel) Clement–Great Grandmother
J.H. Clement (John Hamilton)–Grandfather
Catherine Wofford Clement–Grandmother
James L. Clement–father of Lester, Bertha, Irma, Nellie, Ella)
Lillie L Tay????–no children
Willie C. Sharpe–Bernice &? (two others died)
Noah–(Ethel Smith, B??, John Hamilton, Sallie Catherine, Alice, Noah Dee)
This photo was found on ancestry.com and submitted by username: bettybledsoe158
AJ is my grandpa and he was born at Robert Fike’s Place (a sawmill camp). Even though he was the tallest of his sibling group, he was nicknamed “Short” because he was small enough as a baby that he could fit into his Grandpa’s size 7 shoe box.
Aron James Clement was actually born Aaron Jake Clement, though. He had trouble receiving pay while in the army because they kept making the roll entry out to Aron James Clement. He changed his name to match the army payroll and used that name from then on. Later in life, he used the initials”AJ.”
Grandpa was called to San Diego for training for WW2. Most of the men who had been called there ended up having to go to Japan, but Grandpa’s number was one of the few that was not called. Instead, his journey included a military tour in Europe, as a Military Police. He started in England (where he was stabbed by a fellow American who was trying to evade service), crossed the Seine river with Patton, and fought at Normandy as a Military Policeman.
Hubert, with spouse, Ruth Clement. This was the last photo prior to his passing.
Submitted by Tammy Clement, child of Hubert Clement
These photos were submitted by Tommy Clement of his father, Hubert Clement, with other family members.
Herbert Clement, Ruby Lee Blackerby, Hollis Hudson, Clipton Hudson
Lamont School Students 1928
Grapevine Arkansas School Kittens 1933-1934
Back: Bill Appling, Morris Taylor, Hubert Clement
Front: Bob Clement, Herbert Clement, Louis Wood
Coach: Roy Taylor