High Shoals, NC

High Shoals, NC Now and Then

Richard Smith
  • Male
  • Lincolnton, NC
  • United States

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  • Gerald "Jerry" Queen
  • Jim Huss
  • Bonnie Smith Gorgone
  • June C. Loftin
  • Noreen Smith Messina
  • Lewis Charles Carpenter
  • Scott Smith
  • Dean Abernathy
  • Lincoln County Historical Assoc.
  • Steve D.Bailey

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Richard Smith and Gerald "Jerry" Queen are now friends
Dec 3, 2012
Richard Smith commented on Jana Baker's photo
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High Shoals Girls Basketball Team

"Some names as identified by Sue Lineberger Huss: #7 - Bobbie Daniels #9 - Pat Buchannan #3 - Martha Piercy"
Dec 12, 2010
Richard Smith commented on Jana Baker's photo
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Gary Ray and High Shoals Boys Basketball Teams

"Names for picture as identified by Eddie Whitener:   Back row l to r - Freddie Justice, Leonard Simpson, Chick Lineberger, Jimmy Garrett Front l to r - J B Owens, Gary Ray, Harold Conners, Richard Odell, Rodney Whitener"
Dec 10, 2010
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Eliza Fairchild Kale - A Q's first wife - died 1910 at age 36

"There is only several pictures in the Kale Collection (from Mary Kale Huss) that have Ruby in them. according to Mary Huss, Ruby never married."
Oct 18, 2010
Richard Smith commented on Steve D.Bailey's photo
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Salem School

"Cora Inez Boyles is on the back row, second from left. She was born in 1902 and married Henry Mosteller from Long Shoals. The picture belongs to the Mosteller family."
Aug 4, 2010
Steve D.Bailey commented on Richard Smith's photo
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High Shoals Outing

"Nice find, thanks Richard. (nice hats too)"
Jun 14, 2010
Richard Smith posted a photo

High Shoals Outing

This photo appeared in a special Lincoln Times-News Bicentennial edition - April 20, 1979.
Jun 13, 2010
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May 31, 2010
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Eliza Fairchild Kale - A Q's first wife - died 1910 at age 36

"Eliza died in 1910 and A Q married Kate Burgin in 1912, I think... As for Ruby's status, I don't know. Oddly enough, in Eliza's obituary Feb 4, 1910 in th Gastonia Gazette, Ruby is NOT mentioned. I'll have to work on that."
May 31, 2010
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Eliza Fairchild Kale - A Q's first wife - died 1910 at age 36

"Thanks Richard, was Ruby an orphan? I assume that Eliza died and A.Q. remarried?"
May 31, 2010
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Eliza Fairchild Kale - A Q's first wife - died 1910 at age 36

"I've tried to clear up confusion. Is this any better?"
May 31, 2010
Steve D.Bailey commented on Richard Smith's photo
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Eliza Fairchild Kale

"Well, that's very interesting (even though I don't quite understand the history behind the statement). Thanks Richard for sharing it with us."
May 31, 2010
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Eliza Fairchild Kale - A Q's first wife - died 1910 at age 36

This picture has already been posted; however, this one is from Ruby Kale's copy of the book. Her handwritten note in the margin reads, "Dad's first wife the one who adopted me." A Q and Eliza adopted Ruby.
May 31, 2010
Richard Smith posted photos
May 29, 2010
Steve D.Bailey commented on Richard Smith's photo
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Kale family car - 1924

"Wow! That is soooooo neat. Thanks for another great find!"
May 27, 2010
Richard Smith left a comment for Bonnie Smith Gorgone
"Bonnie, Scotty's grandfather, Isaac Taylor Smith, and my grandfather, Fred Elmore Smith, were brothers. Guess we are all in the family. I went to high school with Scotty and Janet. I have been corresponding with Renie and sharing some Smith…"
May 27, 2010

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At 11:49am on May 13, 2010, Noreen Smith Messina said…
First...my name is Noreen, but the entire family calls me Renie, so please do! Somewhere put away in a drawer I have the Smiths traced back to the early 1700s if you're interested. I got the info from a distant cousin...Amy Baumgartner...about 20 years ago. The info is quite interesting. I'm assuming you are a son of my Grampa Smith's brother...you'll have to tell me where you fit in. Even though my dad's been gone for 30 years, I still have my mom, whom you probably met many years ago. I love the old pictures...any available from the 40s when my mother might remember her first trip down there?
At 10:53pm on May 12, 2010, Noreen Smith Messina said…
I understand you are my dad's cousin...Hub Smith...hi there!
At 7:40am on April 4, 2010, Steve D.Bailey said…
Hey Richard, Glad you joined, if you know anyone else that might be interested, please invite them too.
 
 
 

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