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  • Photograph of Gwyn family home at Idlewilde plantation

    Photograph of Gwyn family home at Idlewilde plantation -Hugh Gwyn, born 1804, died 1885, wife - Rosamond Dickerson -Moved to Mount Airy in 1850 -Home was on the Piper's Gap Road four miles from Mount Airy -Home was called Idle Wilde -Hugh and Rosamond had ten children -One of Hugh's sons was Richard Littleton Gwyn -Richard Littleton Gwyn was the only child that stayed in Mount Airy -Richard married Letitia Hollingsworth Gwyn and stayed at Idle Wilde -Richard and Letitia had eight children - Imogene (Genie) Gwyn (single), -Joseph (Joe) Hollingsworth Gwyn who married Blanche Holt, as a young man he operated Gwyn Drug store and ran the nearby White Sulphur Springs Hotel, he died in 1975 at the age of 93, -Annie Gwyn who married Thomas D. Gilliam and they had three children Nancy Gilliam, Betsy Gilliam and Thomas D. Gilliam Jr., -Hugh Gwyn, -Letitia Gwyn who married William Simpson, -Richard Reginald Gwyn, -May Gwyn who married William Ashby, -Elma Gwyn who married Robert E. Ashby and they had two children -Next Idle Wilde's ownership fell to Richard Reginald Gwyn and Robert and Emma Gwyn Ashby and Genie Gwyn -In the 1970's the house stood empty for the first time in 120 years -It later burned
  • Photograph of Gwyn family home at Idlewilde plantation

    Photograph of Gwyn family home at Idlewilde plantation -Hugh Gwyn, born 1804, died 1885, wife - Rosamond Dickerson -Moved to Mount Airy in 1850 -Home was on the Piper's Gap Road four miles from Mount Airy -Home was called Idle Wilde -Hugh and Rosamond had ten children -One of Hugh's sons was Richard Littleton Gwyn -Richard Littleton Gwyn was the only child that stayed in Mount Airy -Richard married Letitia Hollingsworth Gwyn and stayed at Idle Wilde -Richard and Letitia had eight children - Imogene (Genie) Gwyn (single), -Joseph (Joe) Hollingsworth Gwyn who married Blanche Holt, as a young man he operated Gwyn Drug store and ran the nearby White Sulphur Springs Hotel, he died in 1975 at the age of 93, -Annie Gwyn who married Thomas D. Gilliam and they had three children Nancy Gilliam, Betsy Gilliam and Thomas D. Gilliam Jr., -Hugh Gwyn, -Letitia Gwyn who married William Simpson, -Richard Reginald Gwyn, -May Gwyn who married William Ashby, -Elma Gwyn who married Robert E. Ashby and they had two children -Next Idle Wilde's ownership fell to Richard Reginald Gwyn and Robert and Emma Gwyn Ashby and Genie Gwyn -In the 1970's the house stood empty for the first time in 120 years -It later burned
  • Photograph of Gwyn family home dining room at Idlewilde plantation

    Photograph of Gwyn family home dining room at Idlewilde plantation -Hugh Gwyn, born 1804, died 1885, wife - Rosamond Dickerson -Moved to Mount Airy in 1850 -Home was on the Piper's Gap Road four miles from Mount Airy -Home was called Idle Wilde -Hugh and Rosamond had ten children -One of Hugh's sons was Richard Littleton Gwyn -Richard Littleton Gwyn was the only child that stayed in Mount Airy -Richard married Letitia Hollingsworth Gwyn and stayed at Idle Wilde -Richard and Letitia had eight children - Imogene (Genie) Gwyn (single), -Joseph (Joe) Hollingsworth Gwyn who married Blanche Holt, as a young man he operated Gwyn Drug store and ran the nearby White Sulphur Springs Hotel, he died in 1975 at the age of 93, -Annie Gwyn who married Thomas D. Gilliam and they had three children Nancy Gilliam, Betsy Gilliam and Thomas D. Gilliam Jr., -Hugh Gwyn, -Letitia Gwyn who married William Simpson, -Richard Reginald Gwyn, -May Gwyn who married William Ashby, -Elma Gwyn who married Robert E. Ashby and they had two children -Next Idle Wilde's ownership fell to Richard Reginald Gwyn and Robert and Emma Gwyn Ashby and Genie Gwyn -In the 1970's the house stood empty for the first time in 120 years -It later burned
  • Photograph of Gwyn family home at Idlewilde plantation

    Photograph of Gwyn family home at Idlewilde plantation -Hugh Gwyn, born 1804, died 1885, wife - Rosamond Dickerson -Moved to Mount Airy in 1850 -Home was on the Piper's Gap Road four miles from Mount Airy -Home was called Idle Wilde -Hugh and Rosamond had ten children -One of Hugh's sons was Richard Littleton Gwyn -Richard Littleton Gwyn was the only child that stayed in Mount Airy -Richard married Letitia Hollingsworth Gwyn and stayed at Idle Wilde -Richard and Letitia had eight children - Imogene (Genie) Gwyn (single), -Joseph (Joe) Hollingsworth Gwyn who married Blanche Holt, as a young man he operated Gwyn Drug store and ran the nearby White Sulphur Springs Hotel, he died in 1975 at the age of 93, -Annie Gwyn who married Thomas D. Gilliam and they had three children Nancy Gilliam, Betsy Gilliam and Thomas D. Gilliam Jr., -Hugh Gwyn, -Letitia Gwyn who married William Simpson, -Richard Reginald Gwyn, -May Gwyn who married William Ashby, -Elma Gwyn who married Robert E. Ashby and they had two children -Next Idle Wilde's ownership fell to Richard Reginald Gwyn and Robert and Emma Gwyn Ashby and Genie Gwyn -In the 1970's the house stood empty for the first time in 120 years -It later burned
  • Photograph of Gwyn family home staircase and hallway at Idlewilde plantation

    Photograph of Gwyn family home staircase and hallway at Idlewilde plantation -Hugh Gwyn, born 1804, died 1885, wife - Rosamond Dickerson -Moved to Mount Airy in 1850 -Home was on the Piper's Gap Road four miles from Mount Airy -Home was called Idle Wilde -Hugh and Rosamond had ten children -One of Hugh's sons was Richard Littleton Gwyn -Richard Littleton Gwyn was the only child that stayed in Mount Airy -Richard married Letitia Hollingsworth Gwyn and stayed at Idle Wilde -Richard and Letitia had eight children - Imogene (Genie) Gwyn (single), -Joseph (Joe) Hollingsworth Gwyn who married Blanche Holt, as a young man he operated Gwyn Drug store and ran the nearby White Sulphur Springs Hotel, he died in 1975 at the age of 93, -Annie Gwyn who married Thomas D. Gilliam and they had three children Nancy Gilliam, Betsy Gilliam and Thomas D. Gilliam Jr., -Hugh Gwyn, -Letitia Gwyn who married William Simpson, -Richard Reginald Gwyn, -May Gwyn who married William Ashby, -Elma Gwyn who married Robert E. Ashby and they had two children -Next Idle Wilde's ownership fell to Richard Reginald Gwyn and Robert and Emma Gwyn Ashby and Genie Gwyn -In the 1970's the house stood empty for the first time in 120 years -It later burned
  • Photograph of Gwyn family home living room at Idlewilde plantation

    Photograph of Gwyn family home living room at Idlewilde plantation -Hugh Gwyn, born 1804, died 1885, wife - Rosamond Dickerson -Moved to Mount Airy in 1850 -Home was on the Piper's Gap Road four miles from Mount Airy -Home was called Idle Wilde -Hugh and Rosamond had ten children -One of Hugh's sons was Richard Littleton Gwyn -Richard Littleton Gwyn was the only child that stayed in Mount Airy -Richard married Letitia Hollingsworth Gwyn and stayed at Idle Wilde -Richard and Letitia had eight children - Imogene (Genie) Gwyn (single), -Joseph (Joe) Hollingsworth Gwyn who married Blanche Holt, as a young man he operated Gwyn Drug store and ran the nearby White Sulphur Springs Hotel, he died in 1975 at the age of 93, -Annie Gwyn who married Thomas D. Gilliam and they had three children Nancy Gilliam, Betsy Gilliam and Thomas D. Gilliam Jr., -Hugh Gwyn, -Letitia Gwyn who married William Simpson, -Richard Reginald Gwyn, -May Gwyn who married William Ashby, -Elma Gwyn who married Robert E. Ashby and they had two children -Next Idle Wilde's ownership fell to Richard Reginald Gwyn and Robert and Emma Gwyn Ashby and Genie Gwyn -In the 1970's the house stood empty for the first time in 120 years -It later burned
  • Photograph of Gwyn family home staircase at Idlewilde plantation

    Photograph of Gwyn family home staircase at Idlewilde plantation -Hugh Gwyn, born 1804, died 1885, wife - Rosamond Dickerson -Moved to Mount Airy in 1850 -Home was on the Piper's Gap Road four miles from Mount Airy -Home was called Idle Wilde -Hugh and Rosamond had ten children -One of Hugh's sons was Richard Littleton Gwyn -Richard Littleton Gwyn was the only child that stayed in Mount Airy -Richard married Letitia Hollingsworth Gwyn and stayed at Idle Wilde -Richard and Letitia had eight children - Imogene (Genie) Gwyn (single), -Joseph (Joe) Hollingsworth Gwyn who married Blanche Holt, as a young man he operated Gwyn Drug store and ran the nearby White Sulphur Springs Hotel, he died in 1975 at the age of 93, -Annie Gwyn who married Thomas D. Gilliam and they had three children Nancy Gilliam, Betsy Gilliam and Thomas D. Gilliam Jr., -Hugh Gwyn, -Letitia Gwyn who married William Simpson, -Richard Reginald Gwyn, -May Gwyn who married William Ashby, -Elma Gwyn who married Robert E. Ashby and they had two children -Next Idle Wilde's ownership fell to Richard Reginald Gwyn and Robert and Emma Gwyn Ashby and Genie Gwyn -In the 1970's the house stood empty for the first time in 120 years -It later burned
  • Homegoing Celebration for Mrs. Martha Virginia Gordon Gwyn

    Funeral program for Martha Virginia Gordon Gwyn
  • Memorial Service for Ms. Terri Lee Gwyn

    Funeral program for Terri Lee Gwyn
  • In Loving Memory for Ms. Mattie Elizabeth Gwyn

    Funeral program for Mattie Elizabeth Gwyn
  • Homegoing Service for Edith (Edie) Gwyn

    Funeral program for Edith Gwyn
  • Home Going Celebration for Mr. James Russell Gwyn

    Funeral program for James Russell Gwyn