This photo of the POPLAR GROVE SCHOOL was taken in 1926.   This school was located on the same side of Falling Water River
about a mile north of Alfred Bartlett's farm under the present site of I40.
From left, front, are R. B. Officer, Crocket Haskel Jackson (deceased), A. P. Officer, Lewis Hyder (deceased), Thurman Madewell,
Clarence Roberson, Herbert Anderson, Jimmy Officer, Ralph Buckner (deceased), Horace Jones
Second row:   Opal Roberson Robblns, Thelma OffIcer (deceased), Dimple Buckner Long, Mary Bell Walker, Opal Bohannon,
Vallie Walker, Lucille Hyder Dodson
ThIrd row:   Isaac Buckner, Notie Smith Stamps, Sally Walker Smith, Minnie Belle Jackson Rodgers, Fannie Lou Buckner Blaylock,
Mae Morgan Cumby, Minnie Jewell Buckner Adkins, Verda Roberson Craig, Aubrey Bohannon, Myrtle Hyder Bartlett (deceased), Mildred
Hyder Swearingin, Bessle Roberson Buckner, Avannah Jones Pointer (deceased), Katie Howard
Back row:   Charlie Buckner (deceased), Floyd Smith (deceased), J. T. Officer, Modeli Buckner, teachers Eunice Gragg and
Lydia Wheat (both deceased), Gladys Smith Dietz (deceased), Mattle Jewel Hyder Jones, Value Bohannon Hyder, Frank Walker (deceased),
Mary Madewell Jones, Willie Rye Hyder (deceased), Vestel Buckner, Herbert Randolph (deceased) and Oscar Buckner (deceased).
This picture of the Browns Mill School was taken about 1895. This school was located just north of Highway 70
and east of Falling Water River, about a mile south of Alfred Bartlett's farm. It was the third building to house the Caney
Front row: Beginning with the girl holding the book, the eighth person is Fred Henry. Beside him is Lou
Mansell, Mayme Farley, Pansy Watson. The fourteenth person on the end is Ann Watson.
Second row: Beginning with the
man holding the hat, the second person is Alfred Bartlett, fourth is Ab Walker,
sixth is John C. Watson, ninth is Lou Bohannon, and eleventh on the end is Florence Watson.
Third row: Bob clouse,
Willie Mae Watson, fifth is John Randolph Watson, sixth is Callie Dowell (facing her left), seventh Alvin Walker (wearing
large white collar), and the boys ninth and eleventh are believed to be mansells.