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Brackley Family Reunion, Strong, 1892

Brackley Family Reunion, Strong, 1892

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Strong Historical Society

The Brackley name was common in the history of Strong and vicinity, dating back to the early settlers. Family reunions were a regular occurrence. This reunion on August 18, 1892 at the Menzor Will homestead at the south end of Lower Main Street was very well attended.

From left to right those attending included children seated on grass: Roy Richards, Freelon Richards, Milton Brackley, Earl Brackley, Ralph Worthley, Lida O'Connor, Carroll Brackley, Lucy Hutchins, Charlie Page, Fred Page, Clarence Brackley, Warren Brackley.

Second Row: Fidelia Furbish, Joseph Dyer Brackley, Melvina Gordon Brackley, Lois Brackley, John Brackley, Verna Brackley, Daniel Brackley, Mary Brackley, Beniah Brackley, Harvey Kilkenny, James L Kilkenny, Clinton V Starbird, Lewis Brackley, Allen K Brackley, Etta Brackley, Ethel Brackley, Alice Matson.

Third Row: Ida Brackley, Frank Brackley, Clinton Richards, (Daughter) Richards, Orren Brackley, Emma Page, Albion Page, Fannie Brackley, Eliza Pratt, Velzora Pratt, Ellen Brackley Kilkenny, Melvina Kilkenny, Etta Kilkenny, Ray Starbird, Flora Kilkenny Starbird, Viola Worthley, Lincoln Worthley, Charlie Matson.

Fourth Row: Will Carville, Fannie Carville, Addie Carville, Alton Carville, Iva Mayo Richards, Elmira Brackley, Mabel Thompson, Will Page, Arthur Furbish, Bert Furbish, Mrs. William Brackley, William T Brackley, Lizzie Brackley Will, Menzor A Will, Arthur E Brackley.

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