items related to the Davenport Family in Surry County, NC
Surry County (N.C.)
William Yancey Davenport, 10/17/1869 - 10/24/1952 Rockford Postmaster in 1899, school teacher and after WWII he inaugurated the Surry County Department of Welfare and Social Services.
Walta Davenport, Howard Davenport, Dorothy Davenport, Bill Davenport, William Yancey Davenport, Permelia Davenport, Treva Davenport, Milton Davenport, Louise Davenport, Warren DavenportWalta Davenport, Howard Davenport, Dorothy Davenport, Bill Davenport, William Yancey Davenport, Permelia Davenport, Treva Davenport, Milton Davenport, Louise Davenport, Warren Davenport at Pilot Mountain
Claudia Davenport Smitherman, head supervisor of the local Central Telephone Company in Mount Airy; worked 44 years before retiring in 1964
Claudia Davenport Smitherman, Virginia Gravley, Jennell Angel Phone operators at Central Telephone, Mt. Airy. Claudia Davenport Smitherman, head supervisor, standing behind 3 women working on the switchboard, left to right: Virginia Gravley, Jennell Angel, ?
Claudia Davenport Smitherman, head supervisor, receiving a pair of white gold earrings of cultured pearls and diamond, presented by Mrs. Carolina Kirkman on behalf of the employees in honor of Mrs. Smitherman's retirement after 44 years of service at Central Telephone
Katherine Blackwood Davenport 2/23/1849 - 9/18/1918. She married Ira Thomas Davenport and they were the parents of William Yancey Davenport
photograph of William Ernest Davenport
photograph of Daisy Pauline Holyfield Davenport 11/13/1880 - 5/3/1913 and William Yancey Davenport 10/17/1869 - 10/24/1952 She was the daughter of Thomas Bragg Holyfield and Louise Holyfield