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Uncle Fate and a few of us who gathered

I recieved these from my niece Alisa Payne Neave. She said "John Archer sent these to my Mom. I believe they were taken after Uncle Fate's memorial service. I hope that someday soon we can have another Payne reunion. It would be great to see allof our extended family again." Alisa I sure hope so too.

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Uncle Fate on his 93rd Birthday in May 2005

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Buddy Robinson, Betsy Payne Blackstock, Joe Payne and Jeremy Robinson

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Brian Payne and granddaughter, Charlie and Mary Alice McLaughlin

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Scott and Todd Payne and their wives

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Alice and John Payne

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Elizabeth Payne Floyd, son Kirkland Payne Floyd and husband Ben Floyd
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John, Alice and Elizabeth Payne
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Joe and Betsy Payne and Buddy Robinson
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Bardy Archer, Joe Payne, Betsy Payne, John Payne, Buddy Robinson, Mary Alice McLauglin, Grandaughter Payne and Brian Payne
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Jeremy Payne Robinson, Todd Payne and Scott Payne
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Long Ago and Far Away it Seems
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We finally did get the Picture right.

My cousin Hank Robinson (right) and myself (black tee) in 1977 standing beside my grandmother Payne's house in Lone Mountain before it burned. This was the last "gathering of the clan" from North Carolina at the Payne house. Two cars of the time were my cousin's Pacer and my Mustang. This site now is occupied by the Tazewell Fire Department as a substation for the Volunteer Fire Department.

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