Standing in back is Julia Hendricks
Thompson. Seated on left is
Sterling Thompson with Annie on
his lap and Emma Mae Tutterow
Thompson with Frannie on her lap.
Photo ca 1900
|Very early photo postcard from
"Putting the chains on to climb the
This postcard looks to be really
old. Probably mid to late 1800's.
|Frances Thompson Jackson with
son Sterling Eugene.
Frances Thompson holding a
|Frances Thompson Jackson on
her wedding day.
|Annie Thompson, father Sterling
and Frannie (Francis) Thompson.
|The Thompson-Tutterow Family Gallery. The earliest family photo I have is of Julia
Hendricks Thompson who married Jesse Thompson. They had son Sterling Thompson,
who married Emma Mae Tutterow. Sterling (or Starling) and Emma Mae had daughters
Annie, Frannie (Frances) and Ethel. For more info:
Turn up the volume!
|Marilyn Yvonne Jackson.
Daughter of Forest Vaughn and
Frances Thompson Jackson.
|Frances with friend.
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|Photo taken ca 1928. Unknown girl.
Logan was the brother of Sterling
Julia Hendricks Thompson.
|mother of Annie, Frances and Ethel,
time. This is the death
announcement that reads as follows:
In Loving Remembrance of
Emma May Thompson
Died July 30, 1906
Gone but not forgotten
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled,
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
God in his wisdom has recalled
The boon his love had given
And though the body slumbers here
The soul is safe in heaven.
|Julia Hendricks born January of 1844
was the second wife of Jesse Thompson.
Jesse and Julia had 8 children in their
from a previous marriage, making Julia
the mother to 21 children!
|Annie Thompson Bradley with
Julie and Lisa Orr, daughters of
Marilyn Jackson Orr and Howard
|Marilyn Yvonne Jackson with
|Frances Thompson Jackson and
daughter Marlilyn Yvonne
Jackson in New Castle.
|Forest Vaughn Jackson and
Marlilyn after they moved to New
|Forest Vaughn Jackson with son
Sterling Eugene Jackson on the
|Forest Vaughn Jackson married
Frances Thompson in 1922. Here
is Vaughn tending the horses on
|Frannie, friend and Annie.
|Annie Thompson married a
Bradley. This is Annie with the
|neice of Emma May Tutterow
Phoro inscription reads "How sad"
|and Julia Hendricks Thompson (and
Shown here with husband Isom
Richardson, their daughet with her
husband and two boys.
|"Brothers and sister"
Children of Jesse Thompson and
Julia Hendricks Thompson.
|"The cold winter of 1917"
|to Emma Tuttrow
July 8, 1898