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James Wright
 Submitted by Sandra Anderson

There are so many Wrights on this site in the surnames and it was found in my Great grannys pics and she lived around LaFollette and Habersham .In the history of LaFollette there was a James Wright listed as Post Master.Thanks Sandy Anderson.
 

Identification: by Patricia Miller of Knoxville TN
I saw the picture and knew immediately it was of my uncle, and I showed my mother and 3 aunts, and they also agree. They were excited to hear the story.
 
His name was James Maynard Wright, born in 1920, died 10-3-96. He was the son of James Madison Wright and Pearl Daisy Shelby Wright, and lived in the LaFollette and Habersham areas.
 
We're not sure how his picture ended up in the files of Sandra's great grandmother, but it would be interesting to find out.

 

James Wright

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