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Lester Otis Oliver – Up Close and Personal

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To protect the living, I have removed names from the photos in Lester‘s gallery.  Please enjoy his family’s memories of him with his children and grandchildren. Click the image to view in full size. If you have memories of Lester that you would like to share, please don’t hesitate to share them.  I am a firm believer that our future generations would enjoy hearing the stories of their ancestors, at least as much as I do.  We are the only […]

Lester Otis Oliver

Documented History Lester Otis Oliver was born 13 April 1909 according to the U.S. Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current. Also, the 1910 Census lists him as 1 year old and there are several Ancestry Trees that list this birthdate as well. He was born in Scottsville, Allen, Kentucky.  He is the first person I am researching from the Oliver family tree. In 1910, Lester was 1 year old and lived in Allen, Kentucky with his parents, Charles S. Oliver and […]

Flora – Up Close and Personal

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The photos in this gallery were obtained from a couple of photo albums that were passed down through Flora’s children.  I have removed names to protect the living.  The dates on these photos range from 1912 when Flora was 2 years old through the early 90s before she passed away.  She seemed to have stopped taking photos in the early 50’s. Please enjoy these memories of Flora and her family and friends. Click the image to view in full size. […]

Flora Louise Black

Documented History Flora Louise Black was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on 18 March 1911 according to the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.  Her parents were Albert Cornelius Black and Katherine A. Mack. According to Indiana, Birth Certificates, 1907-1940, Flora was born at 11pm to Albert C. Black and Katie A. Mack. At the time, they lived at 1441 W. 36th Street, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. Albert was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Katie was born in Indianapolis. Albert […]