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  • Joseph Hollingsworth

    Josept Hollingsworth Board of Director for Workmen's Federal Savings and Loan Association
  • baby Mary Margaret Hollingsworth Mason with her African American caregiver

    baby Mary Margaret Hollingsworth Mason with her African American caregiver
  • photograph of Dr. Joseph Hollingsworth

    photograph of Dr. Joseph Hollingsworth son of James M. and Elizabeth Golding Hollingsworth, grandson of Joseph and Mary Matthews Hollingsworth
  • photograph of Dr. Ed Hollingsworth, Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth Carter, Dr. Joseph Hollingsworth

    photograph of Dr. Ed Hollingsworth, Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth Carter, Dr. Joseph Hollingsworth
  • Photograph of Granite Quarry Office Personnel

    Granite Quarry Office personnel Left to right- Front row- 1. J.D. Sargent 2. George Woodroffe 3. Tom Woodroffe Second row-1. W.R. Simpson 2. Morgan Simmons 3. Lettie Hollingsworth 4. Jessie Wood 5. Baldridge Back row- 1. Monroe 2. Tom Gentry
  • 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
  • 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
  • Woodroffe Family photograph left to right Front row- 1. J.D. Sargent 2. George Woodroffe 3. Tom Woodroffe Second row- W.R. Simpson 2. Morgan Simmons 3. Lettie Hollingsworth 4. Jessie Wood 5. Baldridge Back row- 1. Monroe 2. Tom Gentry

    Woodroffe Famiy photograph left to rightFront row- 1. J.D. Sargent 2. George Woodroffe 3. Tom Woodroffe Second row- W.R. Simpson 2. Morgan Simmons 3. Lettie Hollingsworth 4. Jessie Wood 5. Baldridge Back row- 1. Monroe 2. Tom Gentry
  • Dr. Joseph Hollingsworth of Mount Airy North Carolina photograph

    Dr. Joseph Hollingsworth of Mount Airy North Carolina who treated the Siamese Twins Eng and Chang Bunker until their deaths and persuaded their widows to permit the autopsy
  • Gypsy George Hollingsworth photograph

    Gypsy George Hollingsworth who was married to Dr. Robert "Bob" Hollingsworth
  • Cora Redd (Moore) Hollingsworth as a child photograph

    Cora Redd (Moore) Hollingsworth as a child holding a doll
  • Cora Redd (Moore) Hollingsworth as a child photograph

    Cora Redd (Moore) Hollingsworth as a child
  • Samuel Hollingsworth photograph

    Samuel Hollingsworth as a child
  • Jesse Hollingsworth photograph

    Jesse Hollingsworth Author "History of Surry County"
  • Jesse Hollingsworth photograph

    Jesse Hollingsworth in his WWI uniform war - Author "History of Surry County"
  • Dr. Willie Hollingsworth Photograph

    Dr. Willie Hollingsworth
  • Matt Hollingsworth photograph

    Matt Hollingsworth
  • Matt Hollingsworth as a child with puppy photograph

    Matt Hollingsworth as a child with puppy photograph
  • William "Willie" Hollingsworth photograph

    William "Willie" Hollingsworth in graduation cap and gown