1917 - Lynette Herring had a copy of this photo too. Bill's copy of this photo came from dad and he had written on the back "about 1917" and the people from left to right were: "The first three people are friends." (Dad didn't remember who they were.) Hildreth Grigsby Root, Theodore Grigsby, Lida Graves Grigsby, Thelma Graves Herring holding Lynette Herring, William R. Grigsby, Charles Grigsby, Ezra Graves (barely visible), Bruce Graves, Eva Hester Graves holding dad, Walter Grigsby, George Graves. On the basis of all five pictures of this event that dad gave Bill, he believes this gathering took place about Thanksgiving, November 1916, at our grandfather William Grigsby's homestead near Williamsburg (which was a short distance out of town then). Lynette thought the gathering had occurred in "1916-1917" on "Grandpa Graves' farm near Baldwin City, Kansas." However, in both the 1910 and 1920 Kansas censuses, grandpa Graves lived in Ohio Township of Franklin County near Williamsburg but Baldwin City is in Douglas County north and west of Franklin County. The TGOD photograph of Lynette in her baby carriage in this series of images tells us that this photo was taken at William Redman's home (his Buick and horse-drawn mail carriage are parked behind Lynette sitting in her baby buggy) and that Lynette was about 7 months old and not yet walking having been born in April 1916. However, Lynette thought the 3 people whom dad identified as "friends" may have been some of William Redman's relatives on grandma Spring's side of the family (i.e., Will's half sister, Sue Anna Spring Keenan, her husband, Thomas Keenan and their daughter, Mary Keenan). Bill has a photo from Norman Spring of Sue Anna and Mary and he thinks Lynette is correct about who dad's "friends" were.