Riley Ray Tuck and wife Molly Wrenn Tuck in the early 1970s. They worked in Miami, Florida before retiring and buying a farm adjacent to Griers Presbyterian Church on Griers Church Road near Leaburg.
Wrenn brothers photograph taken in front of home in Olive Hill community in Person Countybuilt by parents c.1925. Donald Wrenn was born in a "barn" on the property that he said was an earlier Wrenn family home that really became the barn after house was built. Donald was born in 1924 and believes house was then being built whe he was born. Tony P. Wrenn was born in the new house in 1933.
Photograph dates from c. 1937. Left to right: Joseph Earl Wrenn (1919-1943), John C. Wrenn, Melvin Thomas Wrenn (1916-2008), Tony Pentecost Wrenn, held by Melvin, and James Donald Wrenn.
Early 1970s, taken at Wrenn home in Prospect Hill: left to right: Tony Pentecost Wrenn, James Donald Wrenn, John C. Wrenn, with their mother - Lottie Mae Tillman Pentecost Wrenn in front of him - Melvin Thomas Wrenn (1916-2008) (far right).
John Wrenn with his children at his town house in Roxboro, Person County, North Carolina. His farm was near Bethel Hill in Person County.
Left to right: Joseph Cleveland Wrenn 1888-1968), Minnie Wrenn (who married a Wrenn and lived in Oxford), Lelia Jane Wrenn Harris (1881-1975) (lived near Roxboro), John Sidney Wrenn (1860-1948), Bessie Wrenn Yarborough (lived near Roxboro), Sidney Thomas Wrenn (born 1897) (married a Wrenn and lived near Roxboro).