Submitted By Eunice Y. McAlexander © 1986
Picture belongs to Wilma Cockram
Issue: July, 1986
Following the "letting off" of a large pond on Round Meadow Creek, Patrick County, Virginia. The people were residents of Meadows of Dan, Virginia.
Lower level left: Carl Spence, Alma Reynolds, Nancy Reynolds, Carrice Reynolds (small girl seated), Mrs. S.C. Scott, Clarence Spence (seated on ground in shadow), Jim Benton Reynolds, Winona Smith (behind Reynolds), Josie Gray, Lizzie Spangler, Empress Spangler (behind with hat), Una Scott (with rifle), Myrtle Shelor, Virgie Scott, Arazetta Smith. The two young gentlemen behind Arazetta are unidentified.
Upper level: Boys with horse are unidentified, Frank Spangler, (unidentified), Pet Spence, Vol Reynolds, S.C. Scott, Taylor Scott (in front of S.C.), Prentiss Reynolds, Garver Reynolds, Burton Scott, Oregon Yeatts, Len Reynolds.
Only two in the picture are still living, Prentiss Reynolds and his sister Carrice Reynolds Webb.
Evidently Clarence Spence had been wading after the water went down to catch the struggling fish. It is believed that the picture was made by Eslie Smith.