Wiley State Park
of September 15-17, 2006
to reunion photo album
here to see photos of branches of the May family
continue to be posted. Many interesting family items
brought to the reunion and their photos will be added.
tables at the reunion are a sample of family treasures
preserved by thoughtful descendants.
are a few photos of the tables & displays
is a recently discovered hymn book
of Rev. Thomas Patton May
the military sash of his brother, Col. Reuben May.
of the gold watch of their father, Thomas May, Sr.
A few of the items on the
tables of descendants of Thomas & Dorcas Patton May
Photo of the rifle and
powder horn of Thomas May [1787-1867]
more about the rifle
Some items from
descendants of Thomas Patton May
Display of Col. Reuben May
For the first time we
got to see the sash Reuben
on his military
uniform during the Civil War.
Courtesy of Bill Pryor, a gr-gr-grandson
more about the life of Col. Reuben May in a 2004 book
Hymn book of Thomas Patton May,
a Methodist minister
at Snivley Chapel near his farm on Lower Johns Creek.
The book is only about
six inches tall.
Courtesy of a
gr-gr-grandson, Henry Forsyth
More about Snivley
Chapel | Hymn
watch of Thomas May, Sr. [1787-1867]
about this watch