John Alfred Ross, wife
Fannie Daughterty, & son William Alfred Ross
great-grandfather, John Alfred Ross (1842-1916) at about age
16 (pre-1860). He was born in Perry Co., AL, moved at age 13
to Union Par., LA after death of his father James Whitaker Ross
and remarriage of his mother Sarah E. J. Rochelle Ross to Elias
George. John Alfred served the Confederate States Army in the
John Alfred Ross (1842-1916) and 3rd wife, Martha Frances "Fannie"
Daugherty Lashbrooks Ross
grandparents, Wm. Alfred Ross (1878-1960) and wife Mary Ann "Candy"
William Alfred Ross, U.S.
Cavalry, Ft. Brown, Texas, Spanish-American War
William A. Ross's Spanish
American War medal
William A. Ross (2nd from
Right), Delbert Davidson leaning on molasses wagon, "Leaving
John Alfred Ross (1842-1916)
and son William Alfred Ross (1878-1960) constructing a building
on the Burnet Court House Square about 1900
William Alfred Ross, standing
in center, back row, helps to lay track in extending railroad
from Burnet to Lampasas. The narrow guage railroad from Austin
to Burnet opened January 1, 1882, an extension was built in 1885
from Burnet to Granite Mountain at Marble Falls to haul granite
John Alfred Ross & Mary Ann Green & children, 1919: L
to R: Ruby Lee, Flossie Mae, Los Charlie, John William
"Jay," and Nellie LeNora
dad, Los Charlie Ross (1907-1977) and sister Nellie LeNora
Charlie Ross & sisters, twins
Ruby Lee and Flossie Mae Ross (both 1911-1998)
John William "Jay"
Ross (1918-1982), youngest child of Will and Mary
Albert Irvin and Nellie
LeNora Ross on their wedding day in 1920. She was 16. Gassed
in the trenches in World War I, he died in 1950s and she lived
to age 90, Nov 1994, and "never looked at another man"
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