Susan Williams Kerbo's Memories of her Father: CD Williams

Susan Williams shares some memories of her father: CD Williams.

Wynn-Frame Interview, Our Paternal Grandparents

This interview is about our collective memories of our paternal grand parents, William and Rosa Wynn. As far as we know, they lived their entire adult lives in Huntsville and in the Huntsville area. William passed away when we were...

Collins Wynn Jr
November 16, 2017 App Interview

This interview is about our mother, Marilyn (Myrler) Brazelton Wynn. This interview was done before we realized that we could include the comments of all three brothers in one interview. There is a companion interview about her to include memories...

Growing Up with My Brother George Clay Williams: Susan Williams Kerbo

Susan shares stories of her childhood, growing up with her brother; George Clay Williams in Nashville Tennessee.

More Memories of Phoebe Brazelton Williams by her Daughter: Susan Williams Kerbo
February 11, 2019 App Interview

Phoebe Brazelton Williams left her childhood home in Alabama to pursue her education at Peabody College in Nashville. After the move, she met her future husband CD Williams and settled in Tennessee for the rest of her life.

Jim Parker’s Memories of the Certain Family in New Hope Alabama
February 17, 2019 App Interview

Jim Parker shared his memories of Jesse and Clarence Certain and other members of his family in New Hope Alabama.

Brazelton-Stafford Interview – Our Maternal Grandparents

In this interview, we discuss our memories of our maternal grandparents; Herbert Hinds Brazelton and Ursula Stanford Brazelton. Ursula passed away before any of us were born so we do not have any direct knowledge of her. Herbert was close...

Collins Wynn, Tony Wynn, and Don Wynn

Our family has a documented connection to Pricilla Mullens and John Alden who were passengers on the Mayflower. Their relationship was immortalized in a poem by Longfellow.

More of Jim Parker’s Memories of the Certain Family
February 26, 2019 App Interview

This interview with Jim Parker is about his memories of the Certain Family.

Our Cousins; the Children of Herbert Hinds Brazelton Jr and Maggie Brazelton

This recording is about our memories of the children of our maternal uncle, Herbert Hinds Brazelton Jr. Walter, Dorcus, Edward, Melvin, Calvin and Sarah were all born in Madison County, Alabama. Dorcus and Edward lived their entire lives in the...

Parker Family Memories
February 11, 2019 App Interview

This interview covers some of the memories that Jim Parker has of his family.

Diaries of Marilyn (Myrler) Brazelton Wynn

This interview is about 3 books that Marilyn Brazelton Wynn kept in her late teens and early twenties. These books include a 5 year diary, a book of signatures from her classmates at Monrovia School when her family moved and...

My Mother’s Trunk: Memories of Phoebe Brazelton Williams

Susan Williams Kerbo shares memories of her mother: Phoebe Brazelton Williams.

Brazelton Interview – Our Maternal Aunts and Uncles

This interview is about our maternal aunts and uncles; Herbert Hinds Brazelton Jr, Allen Walker Brazelton and Phoebe Turner Brazelton. Hinds and Allen lived in the Huntsville area for their entire lives and raised their families here. Phoebe moved to...

Our Cousins; George Clay Williams and Susan Williams Kerbo

This recording is about our memories of the children of our maternal aunt, Phoebe Brazelton Williams. George Clay Williams and Susan Williams Kerbo were born in Nashville and lived their entire lives in the middle Tennessee area.

Marilyn Goode Brazelton Wynn, Tony’s Recollections

This is a second interview about our mother to include the memories of her youngest child, Tony Michael Wynn. It should be considered to be an extension of an earlier interview done by Don and Collins Wynn about her.

Our Cousins, Kenneth and David Brazelton

We discuss our fondest memories of our cousins; Kenneth and David Brazelton. They are the sons of our Uncle Allen Brazelton and his wife Margie. Both were very successful in life. David was the oldest and worked as a meat...