Cromartie / Cook Photos

William James and Mary Douglas Cromartie soon after their marriage in 1863

Robert Samuel Cromartie, M.D.

H. L. Cook

Mary Sedberry Cook with May Hunter Cook in January 1918

May Hunter Cook about 1921

Young ladies and gentlemen of Miss Josephine's Kindergarden, 1949. Row 1, left to right: (1)Cornelia Johnson; (2); (3)May be Sandra Tarlton; (4)Ethel Perry; (5)Missy Williamson; (6)Louisa McIlwinen; (7); (8); (9). Row 2, left to right:(1)Joe McCall; (2); (3); (4)May be Linda Kelly; (5)Marty McDaniel; (6); (7); (8). Row 3, left to right: (1); (2); (3)Chip Parks; (4); (5)Herbert Williams; (6); (7); (8). Row 4, left to right: (1); (2)David Sandlin; (3)Alva Cromartie; (4) Ben Sutton; (5); (6)Richard Bender. Some of the other children in the picture might be Ed Grannis, Bobby Blecker, Andy Anderson, Billy Clark, Bill Ramsey, Skipper Tucker, Chip Morgan, Carolyn Averitt, Kay Murchison, Elaine Stewart and Julia Taylor. Identified by Herb Williams.
Can you identify anyone else?

Mary had a little lamb, His fleece was white as snow. And everywhere that Mary went, The Lamb was sure to go.
He followed her to school each day, T'wasn't even in the rule. It made the children laugh and play, To have a Lamb at school.
And then the rules all changed one day, Illegal it became; To bring the Lamb of God to school, Or even speak His Name.! ;
Every day got worse and worse, And days turned into years. Instead of hearing children laugh, We heard gun shots and tears.
What must we do to stop the crime, That's in our schools today? Let's let the Lamb come back to school, And teach our kids to pray!

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