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Submitted by Sandy Fine

Grubb/Waller/Scarbrough Families

My grandmother, Ada Martin Grubb is the young girl on the right in the first row.  Her parents are William Marion Grubb and Amanda Haynes Waller and they had three children; Nora, Joseph Lee, and Ada Martin. Ada  was born November 14, 1889.  Her sister, Nora Grubb is the tall lady on the right in the third row with the 'x' above her head and she died on September 16, 1903.  These two dates allow me to date the picture between 1895 and 1903 (I feel my grandmother is at least 6 years old).

Amanda (Waller) Grubb is the daughter of Lewis Alfred Waller and Alpha Jane Goodwin.  I believe the three women and three men (from left in second row) are Lewis and Alpha's children; Sarah Jane, Amanda Haynes, Kizziah Catherine, William Carr, Thomas Jefferson, and Dr. Joseph J. Waller. Other than Amanda, I don't know who is who.  I have another picture of just the brothers and sisters made at the same time. Kizziah married William M. Scarbrough and Sarah married William's brother Jonathan L. Scarbrough.  William and Jonathan Scarbrough are the sons of Jonathan R. and Catherine (Wells) Scarbrough. (Ada Martin Grubb married Wilbur Scarbrough, son of James Monroe Scarbrough and Martha Cook and the grandson of Jonathan R. and Catherine (Wells) Scarbrough).

Amanda Haynes (Waller) Grubb is the second lady from the left in the second row. William Marion Grubb is on the back row, just to the left of his daughter Nora.  On William Marion's left is their son, Joseph Lee Grubb.  Nora married Joseph S. Cardwell on February 19, 1896 and their daughter Zella was born in 1898.  They may be the man holding the child on the back row.

I would love to be able to identify the other people in the photograph. The picture was made at the William Marion Grubb's house near the Clinch River and on the old White Wing Road but now Hwy 321.  I am sure these people are families of the six Waller children and neighbors .

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