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Re: Nurse in Floyd Family
Posted by: Glenda Walker (ID *****3980) Date: October 06, 2012 at 22:23:52
In Reply to: Nurse in Floyd Family by Trena Hatfield of 5245

I have a group of family photographs from a Bluefield WV Floyd family. The head of this family was from Henry County VA circa 1860. There is one snapshot of what looks like a WWI era nurse with a red cross on her uniform. She appears to be about 18 to 20. Then another portrait-type photograph has the same woman in a nurse's uniform. She is a little older and wearing glasses. It is signed at the bottom, "Lovingly, Gladys 1924. I have not been able to identify her. I wonder if there is any possiblity there is a connection here.

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