|My Jackson Family
in Pearl River County, MS
|Jackson Family, Burgetown Community, 1930's - Left to right, in front: My father,
Archie Lee Jackson; his parents, Louvenia and Edward Jackson; my uncle and
aunt, Carl Jackson & Myrtle Jackson Hybarger Rouse and her daughter, Ruth
Hybarger; In back: Carl's wife, Jennie Jackson, and their daughter, Helen.
|Nicholson Elementary School
Second row, seated, 6th from right, Nancy Jackson Brister; directly behind
me, my cousin, Corliss Jackson; on right, teacher, Mrs. Powell.
|Santa Rosa Community - My cousin, Dennis Hancock,
sits in the front yard of his grandparents' new house
with a neighbor's child. (My aunt & uncle's home,
Eddie and Myrtle Jackson Rouse).
|First United Methodist Church, Picayune,
Easter, 1983 - In front, 2nd from left, Florelle
Jackson; next to her, 3rd from left, is Anne
Turner; 6th from left, Edith McDonald; first lady
on the left in back row, Edith Rawls.
|Homemakers Club, Picayune, abt. 1985 - Above: standing on
left, Edith Rawls, next to her, seated, my mom, Florelle
Jackson. Below: seated, my mother, Florelle Jackson,
standing: center, Emma Myers, right, Anne Turner.
|Nancy, our front yard,
my Scottish heritage. :-)
|My grandmother, Louvenia Cain Jackson, my
mom, Florelle Garrett Jackson, and me, in front
of Mrs. Curry's house, Nicholson.
|My cousin, Ruth
Hybarger Hancock,and me.
|Nicholson; it's hard to see, but that's my
Uncle Eddie with the jaunty sailor cap--
he was a merchant marine.
|L to R: Nancy Jackson Brister, two of the
Kellar sisters, who lived next door.
|Nancy, on the right.
|Nancy, in front of my dad's Spur station.
|Jackson cousins: L - R: Sharon, Marleen, Jean, Suzi & Linda, next
to the graves of our grandparents, Edward and Louvenia Cain
Jackson, in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Pearl River County; my
grandmother was the first person to be buried in the cemetery in
1960; my parents, Archie Lee and Florelle Garrett Jackson, and my
aunt, Myrtle Jackson Rouse, also, rest there.