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    Ellen Allen Collection

    Summary:  The donor (Mrs. John William Allen) gave a collection related to the early Tarrant County pioneer Allen family and the Smithfield United Methodist Church.  
    1. Letter to Evelyn Cushman with a time-line of facts pertaining to William
            Valentine (Tine) Allen.
    2. Scanned photograph, Wm. Valentine Allen with wife, Mary Adaline Allen,
          Seated in front of their children. (9 1/2 by 7 inches)
    3. Scanned photograph of portraits of youthful William Valentine Allen and his
         wife, Mary Adaline Mosaly Allen. (9 by 8 inches)
    4. Scanned photograph of "Uncle" Eugene Sue Mosaly, brother of Mary Adaline 
         Allen, standing by saddled horse. (6 by 4 inches)
    5. Scanned photograph of Martha Elizabeth Thomason. (married 1st to Allen;
          2nd to Carrier). She was mother of Wm. Valentine Allen. (9 1/2 by 7 inches)
    Allen Family Cemetery can also be found in the Historic Marker files.


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