One source dates this picture in the summer of 1917, and lists the people as shown below: However, three of the infants shown and named here were born after 1917, making that date incorrect. It also makes it impossible for David Maraman to be in the picture, as he was killed in the December 1917 train wreck in Shepherdsville.
1917 list: (back row, left to right) Orbra Lee Masden, Jr., Willie Maraman, Grover Maraman, David Maraman, Ewing Crenshaw, Cleve Masden, Howard Maraman, Emma Maraman, Orbra Lee Masden, Sr., Jimmy Maraman; (center row, left to right) Hugo Maraman, Ollie Maraman, Mary Catherine Maraman, Ethel and Archie Maraman, Minnie and Ida Leora Maraman, Ethel Maraman Crenshaw, Susan Henderson Maraman, Gertrude M. Masden, Lilly and Edward Earl Maraman, Sally M. Masden, Ella C. and Edna Maraman; (bottom row, left to right) Walter Harshfield, Eugenia Masden, Eva Maraman, Mildred Maraman, Woodie Maraman, Charles Maraman, William Russell Maraman, Richard Barnett Maraman, Ophelia Masden, and Susan Ellen Maraman.
Another source dates the picture in 1919, and provides the following names. Unfortunately not all are named in this list, so we are providing both lists in the hope that, between the two, everyone will be named.
1919 list: Top back row, left to right:, Obra Lee Masden, Will Maraman, Grover Cleveland Maraman, Herman Crenshaw, (brother of Ewing Crenshaw), Cleveland Masden, Howard Oldmen Maraman, Emma B. Maraman, Obra H. Masden, James Wilson Maraman, , middle row, left to right:, Irvin Maraman, Ollie Lee Maraman Boyd, Mary Catherine Maraman Pope, Mary Ethel Morrison Maraman, (child) Archie Buckman Maraman, Minnie Garr Maraman, (child) Ida L. Maraman Troutman, Ethel Mae Maraman Crenshaw, Swan Henderson Maraman, Gertrude Maraman Masden, Lille Hall Maraman, (child) Edna Ray Maraman Waters, , bottom row, left to right, Hugo Maraman, Eugenia Masden Stansberry Cash, Eva Gertrude Maraman Whittle, James Mildred Maraman Robards, Woodford Cleveland Maraman, Charles B. Maraman, Susan Maraman Wiggington.
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