I don’t know what the Green House is, but apparently my Aunt Miriam gave it as the location of one of these two pictures. Cousin Mardi and I were sitting with her writing whatever information Mim could remember on the backs of a pile of photographs when I visited in October 2014. I didn’t hear her say it and I didn’t see Mardi write it, but I believe it was Mardi that wrote “The Green House” on the back of the first image here at Mim’s prompting. Mim said these photos were taken in the early 1940s.
The second photo is one I annotated and it is an interesting one. It is obviously designed as a “four blood generations” shot, because otherwise Jennie and Vivian would have had no reason to step out.
This photo shows four generations in the Fleagle line, though of these individuals only James was both born with and retained the name. His mother was born Martha Jane Harner to James and Susan Harner of Longville outside of Taneytown to the northwest, on the way to Harney near the Pennsylvania border. His eldest daughter Miriam married Freddie Linker (who may have been behind the camera — someone not depicted here had to take the first photo), and his granddaughter sitting on Mim’s lap here was born Rebecca Linker and later became Rebecca Taylor. – mdf
Image archive IDs:
Top image: 20141206-014_james_jennie_w_daughters
Bottom image: 20141206-011_four_generations
About the physical photographs:
Written on back:
Top photo: Mim supplied info, Mardi wrote: “Martha Jane Fleagle, Miriam’s grand mother
James Ezra Fleagle, Miriam’s father
Jennie V Fleagle Miriam’s Mother
Vivian Fleage [sic] Early 1940’s
The Green House”
Bottom photo: Mim supplied info, mdf wrote: “Four generations:
Martha Jane (Harner) Fleagle, James Ezra Fleagle, Miriam (Fleagle) Linker
Rebecca Linker Early 1940s”