Hines family scrapbook
Scope and Content
This scrapbook was compiled by Lucy Belle Livengood to document her family. Included are photos from family trips to places such as Milledgeville, Stone Mountain, Mount Vernon, and Mr. and Mrs. Livengood's home in Spokane, Washington; as well as postcards from Mary Hines Gunsaulus' journey around Europe. The scrapbook also contains newspaper clippings with obituaries, interviews, and memorials to members of the Hines and McBride families.
- 1877-1925, undated
- Hines family (Family)
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James Kollock Hines (1852-1932) was born in Burke, Georgia, to Joseph Henry Hines (1820-1871) and Susan Elizabeth Harrison (1824-1862). James Hines had three siblings, Susan Fowler Hines (1850-1908), Mary P. (1854-1925), and Joseph H. (1854-?). He received a Bachelor of Arts from Emory College (later Emory University) in 1872 before attending law school at Harvard University. He served on the Middle Judicial Circuit of Georgia for eight years, first as a solicitor from 1877-1881, then as a judge from 1887-1891; was a member of the Georgia House of Representatives from 1884-1885; and was a justice in the Supreme Court of Georgia from 1922 to 1932. In 1874, he married Belle S. Evans (1861-1884) and they had two daughters, Susan (1881-1967) and Lucy Belle (1879-1933). That same year, Hines' sister Mary married Judge William Hansell Fish (1849-1926), and they had four children. After Belle's death, Hines married Cora Lawson McBride (1866-1953), a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, in 1855. They had six children, Elizabeth Hannah (1886-1963), Cora Lawson (1895-1970), Mary (1891-1941), Willie H. (1898-?), Fredrick (1904-?), and Robert (1906-?). Hines' daughter Lucy Belle married Lester Miles Livengood (1885-1967) of Spokane, Washington, in 1915, and they had two children. His daughter Mary married rubber salesman and army veteran Paul M. Gunsaulus (1890-1972). They divorced and she married Sidney Lomax Daniel (1885-1985) in 1927. His daughter Cora Lawson married Edgar Vernon Carter (1889-1962) in 1916 and they had three children.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was processed in 2019.
- George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens
- Georgia -- Description and travel
- Georgia. Supreme Court
- Gunsaulus, Mary Hines, 1891-1941 -- Travel
- Hines family
- Hines, James Kolloch, 1852-1932
- Judges -- Georgia
- Lawyers -- Georgia -- Macon
- McBride family
- Milledgeville (Ga.)
- Sandersville (Ga.)
- Spokane (Wash.)
- Stone Mountain Memorial State Park (Ga.)
- United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783
- Hines family scrapbook ahc.MSS864f
- Finding aid prepared by Hallie Lonial
- April 2019
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- Finding aid is written in English.