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This page is the beginning of a McGriff family photo archive, which will evolve and grow in the coming months.

James S. McGriff, b. 10/10/1845 and d. 9/7/1918, and Arminda Wadell McGriff, b. 7/1/1851 and d. 4/12/1925. The couple is buried at Brooklyn Cemetery in Holly Pond, Alabama. Contributed by Royce Estes on February 8, 2005 from his grandmother's collection. Mr. Estes is the great great grandson of James. S, through Everett McGriff.

Sons of James S. McGriff: Ellis, Joe, Everett and John McGriff. Contributed by Royce Estes, February 8, 2005.

Samuel Arvin McGriff, Sr. Born Dec. 2, 1878 in Florida. He was a gggrandson of Col. Patrick McGriff. He died in an automobile accident July 26, 1925 in Atlanta, Ga. He was married to Francis G. McDaniel. Both are buried in Columbia, Ala. From his grandson Ray McGriff,'...The story I was told all of my life is that he had a friend from somewhere up North visiting and they left after church to ride out into the countryside to look at land and animals. All of the roads were dirt and very narrow at that time. As they topped a rise a horse-drawn wagon was in the road and the friend that was driving had no place to go but the ditch...' Contributed by Colbert Raymond (Ray) McGriff, Jr. January 24, 2005.

Enoch McGriff (b. 26 JAN 1837, d. 13 SEP 1894) on his wedding day, 23 DEC 1866. His wife is Martha Evangeline Baker (b. 27 AUG 1845, d. 24 APR 1925). Their daughter was Mary A. McGriff who married John Abraham Little. Enoch was a Private in Company B of the 7th Georgia Infantry. He was slightly wounded at the Second Battle of Manassas and again wounded, in the left hand, at the Wilderness. This picture shows his hand being slightly deformed from the wound. His brothers, Francis M. and Hiram McGriff, served in the same unit. Enoch is the son of Edward Lacy McGriff who was the son of Captain James McGriff. Enoch moved his family from Georgia to Cullman County, AL around 1880. Both he and his wife are buried in Union Grove Cemetery, Holly Pond, Alabama.

Contributed March 11, 2005 by Mike Little, Enoch's great great grandson. (Click on photo to see full-size scan).