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This is my take on a layout by sgoetter. I had to clutter up her clean design a little bit because I had too much journaling to squeeze in. I am so inspired by Susan's work, and I really like this addition to my heritage album. The journaling reads: Sarah Ann La Farlett married Henry Read Williams of Tennessee when Mollie was about three. Together they would have nine children, one of whom was my grandmother, Cora. Henry R. must have accepted Mollie as his own because, according to the 1910 Census, he was living with her and his own daughter Sarah (Sallie) in Milam County, Texas.
All nine of the Williams children were born in Alabama, but in the early 1890's, Henry and Sarah, along with their younger children, migrated to Milam County, Texas, where this photograph was taken around 1898.
Sarah died at the age of 56 in 1904, and Henry died in 1931, at about 82 years of age. They are buried in the Pebble Grove Cemetery in Maysfield, Texas.
The rest of the journaling lists their children. I made the "Sarah" part of the title on the computer and then cut it out by hand.