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Interior view of the Old Brick Church, (St. Luke's) Isle of Wight, VA***

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2 generations of Drivers. L - R.
George James Driver Sr. Aunt Martha Cooper Spooner, Richard Edward Driver in Martha's lap. Alline Wooten Driver, Thomas Alan Driver in Alline's lap, George James Driver Jr. Polly Ann Driver in George's Lap.

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George James Driver Jr. (Jim) & Frank Finley, Jim's foster brother.
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George James Driver Jr. (Jim) on horse at Aunts farm in 1927. This horse kicked him, causing him to lose a Kidney several years later.
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Carolina (Lutheran) Mission Confirmation Class, St. Louis, MO. 1924. George James Driver age 12, marked with an X

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** Stephen Pierson Driver, born 1829, a
shoe maker by trade as were his father Stephen 3rd and his grandfather Stephen Jr. Married Mary Palfrey Goodhue, children were Alice Goodhue Driver, George Pierson Driver, Mary Beckford Driver, Margery Watson Driver, Edith Louise Driver, and Theodore Goodhue Driver 
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** This tombstone was designed by William Driver himself several years before his death, in 1886.  It is in the form of a tree trunk with a ship's anchor carved on one side. The inscription reads:  "A master mariner; sailed twice around the world; once around Australia; removed the Pitcarin people from
sickness and death in Taheita (sic) to their own home on Septembere 3, 1831. Then sixty in number, now twelve hundred." Near the preceding inscriptions are the words: "Trust in the Lord and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily shalt thou be fed." Toward the bottom is carved: "I never wanted since" and "His God, his country, his ship and his flag, 'Old Glory."
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** Capt William Driver, as a young man when he got command of his ship the Charles Doggett.  
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** Capt William Driver, taken in Nashville shortly before his death.

** Photo and information courtesy of Franz Meirs

*** Photo courtesy of Patti Driver Hurst

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