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Fayette Presbyterian Church
Sunday School Class about 1950
Among those identified (in alphabetical order):
Gene Bates Rose Marie Noble
George Bates Jo Ann Noble
Truly Brown Erne Noble
Mary Catherine Dawkins Ed Noble
Ernest Dawkins Randy Noble
Imon Dawkins Mary Ed Noble
Fairley Dawkins John Noble
Walter "Bee" Dawkins Steve Noble
Helen Gillis Richard Noble
Shirley Guice Dick Truly
Marie Knapp Jeff Truly
Delia Ann Noble Charles Woodruff
Marie Knapp Lane sent a note to me identifying most of the folks in the picture!
Being the small girl on the front row, I actually remember the day the picture was made. It wasn't VBS but was after Sunday School on a springtime Sunday morning! Somewhere in my pictures from the past I have a copy of this photo.
The children on the bottom row are the following:
Marie Knapp, Walter Dawkins, Steve Noble, Richard Noble, and the last boy is a visitor who I think came with Mrs. Dorothy Ainsworth Gordon....her nephew who was an Ainsworth
Row 2: Fairley Dawkins, Randy Noble, Mary Ed Noble, John Noble, George Bates (up a step), Bobby Woodruff
Row 3: Ed Noble, Ernest Dawkins, Imon Dawkins, Charles (Buddy) Woodruff
Row 4: Joe Ann Noble, Erne M. Noble, ________, Jeff Truly
Row 5: Mary Bates, Helen Gillis, Rose Marie Noble, __________, Gene Bates, Dick Truly
Row 6: Truly Brown, _________, Mary Catherine Dawkins, Delia Ann Noble, Shirley Guice
This picture was made in 1949 or 1950 as I think I was about 3-4 years old and I was born in 1946. The coat I was wearing was a navy linen coat that I had for spring........probably Easter, so it was probably 1950 when I was nearly 4.
Thank you for allowing me an opportunity to share what I know and remember about this picture and my early years in the Fayette Presbyterian Church, which sadly no longer exists as a Presbyterian Church, but it does house a Christian congregation.
Marie Knapp Lane
If anyone can tell us exactly who is who, please email me!
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