Category Archives: James Pickens

Tombstone Tuesday ~ James Henry Corel

James Henry Corel was born on June 3, 1865 to Susannah Clay McGee and James Pickens Corel in Wakarusa Township, Douglas County, Kansas.  He was the fifth child, but the first born son. In April of 1892, James Henry, along … Continue reading

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Brothers and Sisters ~ Smile For The Camera

For the 11th Edition of Anyone who knows me knows that I am incapable of making decisions and narrowing things down! So, for my first participation in the Smile for the Camera carnival, I have selected eight photos of brothers … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday – Charles E. and Eugenia E. “Jennie” Corel Engle

I personally know very little of Jennie and Charles Engle, but it was a name I grew up hearing.  I have chosen to show their story today because of what I found a couple of years ago when going through … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday – Kathryn Corel Hahn Henson

Kathryn Corel is the granddaughter of last week’s Tombstone Tuesday, James Pickens and Susannah Clay McGee Corel, and is my great grandmother. Kathryn was born November 28, 1908 in Lawrence, Kansas.  She was the youngest of eight children born to … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday – James Pickens and Susannah Clay McGee Corel

James and Susannah are my great-great-great grandparents.  They are buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas. James Pickens Corel was born February 16, 1832 in Tazewell County, Virginia to William and Rebecca Oney Corel.  He moved west … Continue reading

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