Dr. Lewis Cardwell Moffett, nicknamed Collie, and his girlfirend, whose name is unknown, took a ride in a horse and buggy. Kenneth Moffett submitted the photos on this page. Collie was his uncle and was Oscar Gibb’s mother’s brother.
The Gibbs grandchildren were born in Glensboro or near Glensboro. Their grandfather Gibbs started preaching in the Glensboro community in 1847. He died in 1908.
This picture was taken in front of the Gibbs’ home. That is the buggy house in back of the children.
The children are, from left, front row: Rollin, Short, Lena; back row: Oscar, Mary Catherine Moffett, Onita Gibbs, and Elizabeth.
Elva, Belva and Ann were just born or were too little to be in the picture. They were three or five years younger than Lena.
Pictured above, from left, are: Frances, Alice Catherine ‘Kitty’ Georgia, Martha and Mary Lois Moffett, daughters of Ophelia Moore and Ira D. Moffett. This photo was taken in Lawrenceburg in the late ‘30s or early ‘40s.
At right: Elizabeth Catherine ‘Lizzie’ Moffett Stevens wore this dress at her graduation in 1903. The picture was taken in 1944 at age 60, probably in Glensboro. This photo belongs to Anne M. Gibbs and was given to Kenneth Moffett for the News.