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  • photograph of Lemmie Hauser

    photograph of Lemmie Hauser, 30 year volunteer for the Bannertown PTA
  • photograph of Ella Victoria Miller Hauser

    photograph of Ella Victoria Miller Hauser, (born 8-27-1888, died 4-17-1968), she was married in 1911 to "Hubert Claudius Hauser (born 8-13-1885, died 4-29-1960), Hubert was the fifth son born to Thomas Poindexter Hauser (born 10-18-1854, died 2-27-1911) and Charlotte Virginia Kreeger Hauser (born 2-3-1858, died 12-30-1941), They were married on 12-30-1875, Thomas and Charlotte built there farmhouse in 1880 in the township of Shoals, North Carolina, Surry County. The farmhouse and farm are now the site of the Horne Creek Living Historical Farm. note - the original photo was made by J. P. Lewis of Pilot Mountain
  • photograph of Martha Virginia Hauser Moser and Aurelius Alexander Moser

    photograph of Martha Virginia Hauser Moser (born 12-11-1897, married Aurelius Alexander Moser on 9-18-1921, he was born 4-18-1896 and died 8-24-1967), Martha was the only daughter out of 12 children that was born to Thomas Poindexter Hauser (born 10-18-1854, died 2-27-1911) and Charlotte Virginia Kreeger Hauser (born 2-3-1858, died 12-30-1941), They were married on 12-30-1875, Thomas and Charlotte built there farmhouse in 1880 in the township of Shoals, North Carolina, Surry County. The farmhouse and farm are now the site of the Horne Creek Historical Farm
  • photograph of Martha Virginia Hauser Moser

    photograph of Martha Virginia Hauser Moser (born 12-11-1897, married Aurelius Alexander Moser on 9-18-1921, he was born 4-18-1896 and died 8-24-1967), Martha was the only daughter out of 12 children that was born to Thomas Poindexter Hauser (born 10-18-1854, died 2-27-1911) and Charlotte Virginia Kreeger Hauser (born 2-3-1858, died 12-30-1941), They were married on 12-30-1875, Thomas and Charlotte built there farmhouse in 1880 in the township of Shoals, North Carolina, Surry County. The farmhouse and farm are now the site of the Horne Creek Historical Farm
  • photograph of Martha Virginia Hauser Moser

    photograph of Martha Virginia Hauser Moser (born 12-11-1897, married Aurelius Alexander Moser on 9-18-1921, he was born 4-18-1896 and died 8-24-1967), Martha was the only daughter out of 12 children that was born to Thomas Poindexter Hauser (born 10-18-1854, died 2-27-1911) and Charlotte Virginia Kreeger Hauser (born 2-3-1858, died 12-30-1941), They were married on 12-30-1875, Thomas and Charlotte built there farmhouse in 1880 in the township of Shoals, North Carolina, Surry County. The farmhouse and farm are now the site of the Horne Creek Historical Farm
  • photograph of Martha Virginia Hauser Moser and other women

    photograph of Martha Virginia Hauser Moser and other women. 1. unknown, 2. "Martha" Virginia Hauser Moser 3. unknown, Martha - (born 12-11-1897, married Aurelius Alexander Moser on 9-18-1921, he was born 4-18-1896 and died 8-24-1967), Martha was the only daughter out of 12 children that was born to Thomas Poindexter Hauser (born 10-18-1854, died 2-27-1911) and Charlotte Virginia Kreeger Hauser (born 2-3-1858, died 12-30-1941), They were married on 12-30-1875, Thomas and Charlotte built there farmhouse in 1880 in the township of Shoals, North Carolina, Surry County. The farmhouse and farm are now the site of the Horne Creek Historical Farm
  • photograph of "Squire" Elmer Hauser

    photograph of "Squire" Elmer Hauser , born 1-9-1896, married Lora Alice Truelove on 8-23-1921, Squire was in the Navy, he is in uniform and holding a gun, Squire was the tenth child out of 12 that was born to Thomas Poindexter Hauser (born 10-18-1854, died 2-27-1911) and Charlotte Virginia Kreeger Hauser (born 2-3-1858, died 12-30-1941), They were married on 12-30-1875, Thomas and Charlotte built there farmhouse in 1880 in the township of Shoals, North Carolina, Surry County. The farmhouse and farm are now the site of the Horne Creek Historical Farm
  • photograph of Oliver Wilson Hauser "OW" "Bud"

    photograph of Oliver Wilson Hauser "OW" "Bud" born November 13, 1929; son of Oliver Franklin and Lucy Hauser. Husvand of Dorothy Gray Caudle Hauser "Dolly" He was a teacher and principal at old Shoals School
  • photograph of Walter Hauser

    photograph of Walter Hauser
  • Selected Items from the Dolly Hauser scrapbooks

    Selected Items from the Dolly Hauser scrapbooks. Includes articles on events in the community, programs from school plays, wedding and death announcements, and articles about local clubs and schools.
  • Shoals Township: The Hauser Family and the Farming Community 1880-1900

    Excerpts from "The Walking Tour" of Horne Creek Living Historical Farm
  • O.H. Hauser

    "O. H. Hauser of Westfield, Surry County, is one of the best known men in Northwestern North Carolina. He has been a Baptist minister and high school principal for nearly 18 years and has spent 14 years at Westfield. Hauser's double work became too much for him about a year ago and he suffered a nervous breakdown. He had to give up teaching and now devotes his time to preaching and lecturing to high schools on "Finding Yourself". He has already started his lecturing in Surry County and has won praise from outstanding men throughout the county. Hauser received his high school education in Forsyth County and was graduated from Wake Forest College in 1922. He then taught for two years at Lewisville High School in his home community in Forsyth County. He then went to Francisco in Stokes County and 13 years ago became principal of the Westfield School. When he went there the school had only four classrooms and an auditorium and he was the only high school teacher. During the intervening years he built the school into one of the best units in the Surry system. A modern brick building was erected and the school was placed on the consolidated list through his efforts. He was one of the first county principals to erect a school gymnasium. Hauser can also do other things. He ia a mechanic and carpenter and plays a good game of tennis and baseball."
  • Sally Hauser Marion

    Photograph of the Bullington family, Sally Hauser Marion, 1900
  • Adam Houston Marion, Elizabeth, Caroline Baker Marion

    Photograph of the Hauser family, Adam Houston Marion, Elizabeth, Caroline Baker Marion