The Stancil family has a colorful past. Here are a few photos that illustrate that history:

John Thomas' tobacco barn John Thomas' tobacco barn

Tobacco barn was built in the early 1900s by John Thomas Stancil.
Photo by George Ira Stancil III

Tobacco barn was built in the 1890s by John Thomas Stancil.
Photo by George Ira Stancil III


John Thomas' dinner bell Delaney's tapestry

The John Thomas Stancil dinner bell.
By Renn Stancil Hinton

The Tapestry is at the Tobacco Farm Life Museum, Kenly, NC.
By Renn Stancil Hinton


Henry's house Henry

Henry's house.
Family photo

Henry as a boy.
Family photo


Henry's wife Stancil clock

Henry's wife Frances.
Family photo

Stancil family clock.
Family photo


Fred Hill's house George Ira's Bell

Fred Hill's house on Glendale Road.
Family photo

George Ira's Bell.
Family photo


George Ira's Bell Stancil Platter

Ralph Stancil, son of George Ira.
Photo by Renn Stancil Hinton

Delaney's platter, now owned by Jean LaVie.
Photo by Renn Stancil Hinton



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