The photo is that of George Henry Faull. He was the son of William and Mary (Trezise) Faull of the Chapelry of Chacewater, Kenwyn Parish, Cornwall, England. He immigrated to the United States in 1868 and first settled at Ducktown, Polk County, Tennessee where he mined copper in the Copper Basin there. George married in 1870 to Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" Roberts, daughter of Jonathan and Ann (Jory) Roberts of Pendarves Fields, Camborne, Crowan, England who had immigrated to the USA in 1855. The family was briefly at Coal Creek (now Lake city) Anderson County, Tennessee before moving to Hopkins County ca 1879 where he became mine foreman at St. Charles for the St. Bernard Coal Company for quarter of a century. He was an active citizen of St. Charles and after retiring in the early 1900's, worked as a forester. He died on 5 Jan 1913 and is buried in Christian Privilege Cemetery, St. Charles. He and "Lizzie" had children: William Jonathan Faull (later of Dawson Springs -drugstore proprietor and grandfather of Preston "Mack" Sisk whose photography collection of Dawson Springs/Hopkins County is on display at the Dawson Springs Museum); Mary Ann (Faull) Hibbs (married Joseph Basel "Base" Hibbs - grandparents of Dr. Faull Sanders Trover and his brother Dr. Loman Crutchfield Trover); Charles Henry Faull (married Sallie Todd and moved ca 1902 to the coal fields of Herrin, Williamson County, Illinois); Georgina (Faull) Harrison (who married Horace Eugene Harrison and moved to neighboring Webster County, KY); Ella Faull (died young; Nora Faull (single, died of tuberculosis in her 30's); and Elijah Barton Faull (who was in World War I at the front when the Armistice was signed - he was mysteriously drowned in New Lake near Earlington in 1927).
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