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Woodmen of the World Encampment at Elmore City
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submitted by Carolyn Brown
Front row, seated, 2nd from left, is J. P.
(James Polk) Brown.
He is holding a gavel rather than an axe.
Back row, standing, 4th from left, is Willard F. Brown.
J.P. Brown was my great-grandfather. Willard is his son and my great uncle.
They lived in Elmore City then moved to Eola circa 1911.
Owned a general store and cotton gin in Eola.
Both are buried at Elmore City Cemetery.
If anyone has info on others picture here, please let us know.
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