The People of Tabernacle Through Early Family Photos

Every successful town starts with a few intrepid individuals who decide to strikeout on their own to make a life for themselves and their families. Early life was not easy, but these families, now well known names around town, decided to make Tabernacle their home.

All of these pictures have come from our collections or internet sites such as Ancestry.com and Find-a-Grave. If you have additional pictures you would like to post, please contact us via the emails on the “Contacts” page.

Click on a family name below to be taken to associated photos, or just browse tabernacle’s family history.

ALLOWAY FAMILY

Anna Moore Alloway (1864-1940)

Elizabeth Alloway (1864-1889)
Gladys Alloway (1908-1986) and Anthony DeMarco (1904-1965)

Mark Alloway (1858-1928)
Richard Alloway (1825-1900)

BOWKER FAMILY

Meribeth Prickett Bowker (1833-1919)
Mildred Bowker (1907-1994), Anna Lippencott Stiles (1875-?), Arthur Stiles (1900-1972), Dorothy Bowker Stiles (1905-1997) , Sadie Weeks Bowker (1880-1955) and William Stiles (1908-?).
Sadie Weeks Bowker (1880-1955)
Sadie Weeks Bowker with daughters Mildred and Dorothy
Sadie Weeks Bowker
Vincent (1875-1907) and Sadie Weeks Bowker
Eli 1827-1905) and Meribeth Bowker

CRAIN FAMILY

Joseph Cooper Crain (1860-1934)
Joseph Harvey (1883-1963) and Margaret Ellis Crain (1888-1967)
Ethel Crain Moore (1891-1987) and Stella Crain (1888-1980)
Ethel and Stella Crain
Emily Taylor Crain
Back row: Florence, Ethel, Stella and Harry Striker
Front row: Carrie Patterson Crain (1862-1944), Cooper Crain (1860-1934) and baby Harvey Crain (1883-1963)

CUTTS FAMILY

William Cutts with blacksmith shop in the background

Charles Cutts (1888-1983) and friends
Robert (1878-1939), William (1867-1938), Charles (1888-1983) and Alexander Cutts (1884-1940)
Lydia Haines Cutts, with white hat and Charles Cutts to her left

DOUGHTY FAMILY

William E Doughty (1872-1897)
Charles Henry Doughty
Charles Henry Doughty
Selina McHenny Doughty (1842-1920), wife of Samuel Lee Doughty
Marion Haines Doughty (1902-1981), wife of Watson Cooper
Doughty Store ( Nixon’s today). Charles (1869-1921) and Mary Etta Peters Doughty (1876-1956) , with children Marion (1902-1981) and Charles (1904-1966).
Charles Doughty family home, location unknown

GERBER FAMILY

Gerber Family photo. Bottom row, from the left: Catherine Reichert Gerber (1862-1921),
baby Elizabeth (1902-?), Charles (1896-1967), Julius (1862-1916), Herbert (1900-=1978),
Edward (1898-1987). Top row, Kathryn (1890-1949), Pauline (1885-1969), Julius (1883-1946,
Louis (1887-1958), William (1888-1977) and George (1894-1959).
Gerber family and homestead
Front row: Edward, Elizabeth, Herbert, Charles, and George.
Rear row: Phillip, Julius Sr., Catherine, Katie, William or Lewis, Pauline and Julius.
Lewis (1887-1958) and Ada Lemon Gerber (1891-1950)
Lewis (1887-1958) and Ada Lemon Gerber (1891-1950)
Edna Gerber (1929-1968)
James Gerber (1913-1974)

Sereda Gerber (1926-2010)

HAINES FAMILY

Ann Templeton Haines (1873-1933)
Eleanor Haines, age 6
About 1910 – Eva Fogelsanger, Esther Matchett and Lydia Haines
Arthur and Amanda Haines, with their children, in front of their store. This building is still standing next to the Old Tabernacle Cemetery.
Herb (1895-1983) and Annie Hughes Haines (1891-1978), behind “Nixon’s” store, about 1915.
Herbert Haines on an Indian motorcycle in 1915.
Herbert Haines
Herbert, Annie and Herbie (1916-1993) Haines at “Kumry.”
Herbert and Annie Haines
Isaiah (1839-1902) and Martha Brown Haines (1836-1904) at the family homestead.
John Wesley (1896-1981) and Robert Templeton (1898-1978) Haines.
John Wesley Haines
Football player Marriot Haines (1910-2000) in 1927.
Martha Haines (1844-1911).
Nelson (1891-1940), Winnie (1912-1986) and Marriot Haines, (1910-2000) in 1918.
Haines Farm in 1915 or 1916.
Sunnylawn Farm with Grace (1902-1954) and Robert Haines (1898-1978).
Winfield Scott Haines (1861-1923), Florence Mathes Haines (1859-1921) and children in 1897. Their children were Herman Mathis (1888-?), Mary Lydia Haines (1893-1951) and
Charles Herbert Haines(1895-1983).

MINGIN FAMILY

Elizabeth Mingin Small (1841-1914)
Franklin Francis Mingin Sr.
1837-1892)

MOORE FAMILY

Aaron Bishop Moore (1878-1964)


Aaron B (1858-1934) and Phoebe Ellis Moore (1876-1960)
Aaron B Moore
Acsah Bishop Moore (1823-1915)

Adelaide Moore 1847-1936) , Harvey (1876-1960) and Allen Joyce (1841-1920)
Belle Taylor (1896-1977) and Hosea Earl Moore (1894-1978)
Aaron B Moore
Acsah Bozarth Moore (1823-1915)
Acsah Bozarth Moore (1823-1915)
Cheston John Moore (1891-1975)
Ann Doughty Moore (1874-1951) and daughter Beulah (1906-1959)
Ann Doughty Moore and daughter Beulah. Note motorcycle in the background.
Harvey Lewis Moore (1891-1953)
Floyd (1889-1962) and Ethel Crain Moore (1891-1987)
John Stonewall (1865-1934) and son Cheston Moore (1891-1975)
John Stonewall Moore
Mammie Moore (1898-1979)
Mammie Moore Prickett (1898-1979)
Mona (?), Bud (?), with Fred and Ethel Crain Moore
Moore homestead on Moore’s Meadow Road
Nettie Adelaide Moore (1898-1972)

Orlando Bishop Moore1861-1951)
Orlando Bishop Moore in strawberry field
Orlando Bishop Moore Packing Plant
Orlando Moore home in Moore’s Meadow
Sammy Moore
Vincent (1866-1953) and Anna Doughty Moore (1874-1951 with grandson Edmund DiPaolo
Vincent Bishop Moore (1866-1953)
Vincent Bishop Moore
Vincent Bishop Moore (?)

NAYLOR FAMILY

Josephine Naylor (1851-1922)

PARKS FAMILY

Andrew Parks (1844-1913) Confederate Civil War veteran
Andrew Parks and war buddies
Frederick Parks (1914-1975) and Katheryn Emmons (1915-1999)
Verna Parks (1899-1981) and John Bowers 1898-?)
Charles Parks (1901-1967) and Katheryn Emmons (1915-1999)

Wilbert Parks (1874-1930)

PEPPER FAMILY

Arthur (1895-1971) and Clara Scott Pepper (1898-1985)

PETERS FAMILY


Mary Etta Peters (1876-1956)

SCOTT FAMILY

Sidney Scott (1893-1932)
Sidney Scott
Sidney Scott Family
Scott family in front of the Pepper House
Scott’s in front of the parsonage for the Methodist Church
Sidney Scott garage (next to the Pepper House) about 1927
Samuel and Caroline Gaskill Scott

SEVERS FAMILY

Charles (1891-1981) and Bobbie (1930-2008) Severs
Snookey Inman, Betty Severs, Fay Eckman and Lilliabell Severs

WORRELL FAMILY

Clifford (1855-1933) and Emma Naylor Worrell (1858-1937)
William (1877-1941), Mary and Caroline Brown Worrell (1878-1953)