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Columbia High School - Class of 1912

2012-05-17 - Columbia, KY - Photo from Michael Watson. Graduates of Columbia High School, 1912 The first graduating class, 100 years ago. Front row: Mary Cravens and Nell Follis. Back row: Ella Walker, Paul J. Hughes, and Mary Lucy Lowe. Mary Triplett, the only child of Dr. James Triplett,married Edwin Cravens in the spring of 1916; that's why her name isgiven as Mary Cravens in the photo. Also, Nell Follis married GeorgeStory Filsinger, after 1930, possibly his 2nd wife; they are buriedBrookside Cemetery at Campbellsville. The photos were taken from the Adair Pictorial History, some copies of which will be available at the Genealogy and History Book Fair in the Historic Adair County Courthouse on June 2, 2012.

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