This painting of a man holding what seems to be fishing gear was painted by Pol Shane, aka Jane Warren Waller who was born on 4 Dec 1924. The back of the painting is unmarked. It is currently in the possession of Lisa Shea. This will be sent to Thamzen Waller once full documentation of […]
This watercolor painting of a man sitting on a bench was painted by Pol Shane, aka Jane Warren Waller who was born on 4 Dec 1924. It is currently in the possession of Lisa Shea. This will be sent to Jennifer Waller Mottram once documentation is complete. The back of the painting is unmarked. From […]
This story was written by Jane Warren Waller in 1977. It is the true story of her childhood. She was born on 4 Dec 1924 so this story would have taken place starting in 1928. She was the youngest of three siblings – Nancy and Joe were older than her. … All good Nanna stories […]
One of the items from George and Jane Waller is a painting of a girl in a hat. The back of the painting says: Rio de Janiero 1959 The signature is hard to read. It perhaps says Manizke.
This image shows Elizabeth Lillian Virginia Brown Waller, her son George F. Waller, his son George A. Waller, and his daughter Lisa Waller Shea.
This photo is of Becky Waller with her niece (George Waller’s daughter) Lisa Waller Shea. Lisa looks to be under a year old so this could be in the 1969-1970 range. Does anybody know where this was taken?
This pitcher was owned by Ora Belle Smith Warren – Mamaw, Jane Warren Waller’s mother. Ora Belle’s granddaughter, Julie Castleberry, says: THE PITCHER IS ABOUT 8 ” HIGH AND ABOUT 7″ FROM SPOUT TO HANDLE. LOOK CLOSELY AND YOU WILL SEE A RAISED DEER ON THE FRONT. IT IS MOUNTAIN POTTERY, BUT THERE ARE NO […]
There are several versions of this photo floating around the family. The back of this matted photo says: William Jackson Smith family reunion ca 1912. At home of Robert Pleasant Smith Lincoln Co Tenn Molino Road Dist 8 William Jackson Smith was the husband of Sarah Jones – together they had Robert Pleasant Smith in […]
I believe this silver trivet was owned by Jane Waller. It is now held by Jenn Waller Mottram. The trivet slides in to form a circle, and out to hold a larger pot. The silver is worn off in several areas. The underside of the trivet has four wheels. There are markings that display the […]
This chest is 36″ wide by 13″ deep by 42″ high. It is currently in the capable woodworking hands of Blake Waller. It was originally created by John L. Jones. Note says John Jones (ca1819 – ca1862) built this cabinet for his daughter Sarah Jones Smith. Sarah Jones Smith was the wife of William Jackson […]