March 2009

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W. A. Shirley stands on the front porch of his home in the 1920s in Sanders, Carroll County, Kentucky. Jack Shirley is the child on the rocking horse.

Dr. Reno and Annie T. Sanders Williams (right photo), are shown relaxing on their front porch in Sanders, Kentucky, ca. 1920s-1930s. Reno (1861-1938) was the son of James William Williams (1825-1895) and Elizabeth B. Bickers (1826-1910). Annie (1866-1938) was the daughter of Samuel Sanders and Mary Ann Hill. Dr. and Mrs. Williams are buried in the Ghent Consolidated Cemetery, Ghent, Carroll County, Kentucky. This photo was given to James Cobb by Jack Ogden, Sr

This group of men were gathered at the Sanders Tobacco Warehouse, Sanders, Carroll County, Kentucky, ca. 1920.

The New Lythia Water Station in Sanders, Carroll County, Kentucky. Date unknown.


Old Scenes of Sanders, Carroll County, Kentucky.

Courtesy of Col. James Lee Cobb III, 15562 Hwy. 36 E., Sanders, KY 41083

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