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Ralph Leonard Cook
Ralph Leonard Cook
 
 
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Ralph Leonard Cook
Ralph Leonard Cook
 
 
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Ransom VanRantzler Hills 1
Ransom VanRantzler Hills 1
 
 
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Ransom VanRantzler Hills 2
Ransom VanRantzler Hills 2
 
 
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Reba Mae Sims and Winnie Margaret Sims
Reba Mae Sims and Winnie Margaret Sims
 
 
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Reba Shirley 'Shirley' Brady Wilkins
Reba Shirley "Shirley" Brady Wilkins
 
 
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Rebecca Jean 'Jean' Adams Murdock
Rebecca Jean "Jean" Adams Murdock
 
 
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Rebecca Jean Adams and Freda Gay Baker
Rebecca Jean Adams and Freda Gay Baker
 
 
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Rena Maude Ross
Rena Maude Ross
 
 
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Ressie Ann Caroline Ford
Ressie Ann Caroline Ford
 
 
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Reuben Sanders James
Reuben Sanders James
 
 
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Reunion at Carrolla Page's home at Lake Houston
Reunion at Carrolla Page's home at Lake Houston
Mary Kathryn Wilkins Cole, Carrolla Wilkins Page, Ruth Wilkins Brown, Jennie Wilkins Myers, and Lee Julene Wilkins Hughey in front; 1970 
 
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Rev. James Alexander Ford
Rev. James Alexander Ford
 
 
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Rev. James Calvin Scivally 1
Rev. James Calvin Scivally 1
 
 
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Rev. James Calvin Scivally 2
Rev. James Calvin Scivally 2
 
 
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Rev. James Calvin Scivally and Martha Ann 'Mattie' Martin Scivally Family
Rev. James Calvin Scivally and Martha Ann "Mattie" Martin Scivally Family
Back Row: Andrew Scivally; Middle Row, Left to Right: Martha Ann "Mattie" Martin Scivally, Oscar Moses "Jack" Scivally, and Rev. James Calvin Scivally holding Eunice Marian Scivally; Front Row, Left to Right: James Hardy Scivally, Margaret Ural Scivally, and Mazeppa Guy Scivally. 
 
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Rev. John Fletcher and John Langdon Fletcher
Rev. John Fletcher and John Langdon Fletcher
 
 
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Rev. John Fletcher and Unknown
Rev. John Fletcher and Unknown
 
 
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Rev. Josephus Wesley Ford
Rev. Josephus Wesley Ford
 
 
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Rev. Josephus Wesley Ford and Eliza Ann Young Ford
Rev. Josephus Wesley Ford and Eliza Ann Young Ford
A copy of this picture hung for quite some time in the sanctuary of the New Salem Free Will Baptist Church denoting the founding preacher and his wife of the church. The original of this picutre is in the possession of the great grandson of Rev. Josephus Wesley Ford and Eliza Ann Young Ford, Donald Glenn "Don" Ford. 
 
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Rev. Josephus Wesley Ford and Eliza Ann Young Ford Back
Rev. Josephus Wesley Ford and Eliza Ann Young Ford Back
 
 
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Rev. William Cager Henley
Rev. William Cager Henley
 
 
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Rev. William Cager Henley and Malinda Louise Kesterson Henley 1
Rev. William Cager Henley and Malinda Louise Kesterson Henley 1
 
 
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Rev. William Cager Henley and Malinda Louise Kesterson Henley 2
Rev. William Cager Henley and Malinda Louise Kesterson Henley 2
 
 
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Rev. William Cager Henley Third From The Left
Rev. William Cager Henley Third From The Left
 
 
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Rev. William Henry Ford
Rev. William Henry Ford
 
 
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Rev. William Henry Ford and  Elizabeth E. 'Bettie' Young Ford
Rev. William Henry Ford and Elizabeth E. "Bettie" Young Ford
 
 
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Rev. William Henry Ford and  Elizabeth E. 'Bettie' Young Ford Family
Rev. William Henry Ford and Elizabeth E. "Bettie" Young Ford Family
 
 
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Rev. William Henry Ford and  Elizabeth E. 'Bettie' Young Ford Homestead 2
Rev. William Henry Ford and Elizabeth E. "Bettie" Young Ford Homestead 2
 
 
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Rhoda Ardilla 'Emma' Ford
Rhoda Ardilla "Emma" Ford
 
 
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Richard Andrew 'Dick' Stockton 1
Richard Andrew "Dick" Stockton 1
 
 
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Richard Andrew 'Dick' Stockton 2
Richard Andrew "Dick" Stockton 2
 
 
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Richard Lee 'Dick' Summers
Richard Lee "Dick" Summers
 
 
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Richard Lee 'Dick' Summers Prisoner of War Photograph
Richard Lee "Dick" Summers Prisoner of War Photograph
 
 
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Richard Lee 'Dick' Summers World War II Medals and Awards
Richard Lee "Dick" Summers World War II Medals and Awards
 
 
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Richard Pinkney Blackistone
Richard Pinkney Blackistone
 
 
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Richard Simpson Ford and Menecy Elizabeth 'Nettie' Ford Ford's 60th Wedding Anniversary 1
Richard Simpson Ford and Menecy Elizabeth "Nettie" Ford Ford's 60th Wedding Anniversary 1
 
 
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Richard Simpson Ford and Menecy Elizabeth 'Nettie' Ford Ford's 60th Wedding Anniversary 2
Richard Simpson Ford and Menecy Elizabeth "Nettie" Ford Ford's 60th Wedding Anniversary 2
 
 
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River Springs
River Springs
As told by Linda Reno: On May 6, 1669, Elizabeth Gerard, daughter of Thomas, married Nehemiah Blackistone. As a wedding gift, Thomas Gerard gave the couple "Longworth's Point", 300 ac. and "Dare's Neck", 100 ac. (today’s Coltons Point and adjacent lands). The part of the property now known as “River Springs” contains 88 acres and is owned by Gordon and Gerard Blackistone Hughes, direct descendants of Nehemiah Blackistone and Elizabeth Gerard. There is the main residence, two cottages and a working farm.

"Longworth's Point" descended down through Col. Nehemiah Herbert Blackistone and Mary Cheseldine's descendants.

The original [current] house was built by George Blackistone in 1841 and contained large wings on either side. During the mid to late 1800s, his son, Dr. Richard Pinkney Blackistone, used the wings of rooms as lodging for patients.

Then in the early 1900s, Robert Deminieu Blackistone Sr. converted the structure to a resort hotel with a riverside gazebo for dancing in the evenings. During the 1930s his children, Jane (Blackistone) Hughes and Robert Deminieu Blackistone, Jr., removed the wings and gazebo, and added a kitchen, three bathrooms, and a portico front porch, creating today’s “River Springs”, a private residence. (Information from the Southern Maryland Garden Tour, May 2012). 
 
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River Springs on the Potomac - This was the home of Robert Deminieu Blackistone
River Springs on the Potomac - This was the home of Robert Deminieu Blackistone
 
 
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Robert 'Bob' Poer
Robert "Bob" Poer
 
 
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Robert 'Bob' Poer and Madora 'Caroline' Porter Poer
Robert "Bob" Poer and Madora "Caroline" Porter Poer
 
 
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Robert A. King
Robert A. King
 
 
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Robert Allen Doores
Robert Allen Doores
 
 
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Robert Bruce Shira 1
Robert Bruce Shira 1
 
 
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Robert Bruce Shira 2
Robert Bruce Shira 2
 
 
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Robert Bruce Shira 3
Robert Bruce Shira 3
 
 
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Robert Bruce Shira 4
Robert Bruce Shira 4
 
 
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Robert Bruce Shira 5
Robert Bruce Shira 5
 
 
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Robert Bruce Shira 6
Robert Bruce Shira 6
 
 

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