THE DAY WAS A HUGE SUCCESS! THANK YOU TO ALL FOR COMING.
God bless you to all that attended to help make this the success that it was. A special thanks goes out to Nancy & Harold Scott of Columbia TN for all their hard work in organizing this event! Thank you all for caring and your dedication to preserve this family's rich history. Through our efforts we have hopefully planted the seed that will be known as the Capt. John & Dolley Gordon Society. What we do as a unit with the options discussed by the National Park Service can go a long way in finally getting the home in the shape it should be. Each branch of the family stemming from the sons & daughters of John & Dolley will have a representative according to preliminary discussions. Dues & money raised will be used & matching funds sought to furthur the restoration process & get it back on track. THERE IS STRENGTH IN NUMBERS & IF ANYONE IS TO LEAD THE EFFORT IT IS US AS DESCENDANTS! CHRIS MILLER HAS BEEN A GOD SEND & WE THANK HER FOR ALL HER HELP WITH THE HOME & OUR EFFORTS. If you are interested in being part of this society please contact me at email@example.com. Be sure to join this site's yahoo descendant email list on the home page to keep up with the latest. THANKS! Bryan A. Sharp Mary Ann Gordon descendant & webmaster
C.S.A. GEN. FELIX & LOUISA GORDON ZOLLICOFFER'S LINE
DESCENDANT JIMMY WILSON BROUGHT PORTRAITS OF LOUISA POCAHONTAS & DISPLAYS OF THE GENERAL FOR ALL THE FAMILY TO SEE. THE DISPLAYS UNDER THE TENT INCLUDING ALL THE HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS & FAMILY PHOTOS WERE WONDERFUL. THANKS FOR THE QUINN PHOTOS AS WELL. WE HAD DESCENDANTS AS FAR AWAY AS SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, TEXAS & CALIFORNIA ATTEND. WHAT A GREAT DAY!
DESCENDANT TREE PLANTED
FROM THIS DAY FORWARD THIS TREE WILL GROW & BE A LIVING REMEMBRANCE OF OUR EFFORTS TO PRESERVE OUR FAMILY HISTORY TO THOSE THAT TRAVEL THE NATCHEZ TRACE.
LOCAL HISTORIAN SPEAKS
BOB DUNCAN OF THE MAURY CO. ARCHIVES DISCUSSES THE LIFE OF THE GORDONS ON THE FRONT STEPS OF THE HOME
TELLING OLD TALES OF LIFE ON FATTYBREAD CREEK
PARK CULTURAL RESOURCE SPECIALIST CHRIS MILLER CHATS WITH 95 YEAR OLD ONA SHARBER SHARP, ABOUT HER GRANDMOTHER CALEDONIA ANDREWS, WHO GREW UP IN THE HOUSE WITH HER GRANDMOTHER DOLLEY.
A WELL DESERVED THANK YOU!
DESCENDANT NANCY SCOTT ACCEPTS A BOUQUET OF ROSES FROM THE FAMILY IN RECOGNITION FOR HER EFFORTS TO ASSEMBLE THE GORDON CLAN TOGETHER FOR THE REUNION.
ENJOYING A BEAUTIFUL DAY UNDER THE BIG SHADE TREE
LEW & JANICE MATHENY HOLT JOIN DESCENDANTS UNDER THE CANOPY OF THE OLD SHADE TREE WITH A PICNIC LUNCH & BOB DUNCAN'S FAMILY INTRODUCTION PRESENTATION.