Another couple of photos I found with some names on it. They are not related to me in any way that I can tell.
Introducing Sterling Dewey Nipper and his wife Josephine Gurwell Nipper. He was born 12 March 1910 in Benton, Polk, Tennessee and died 1 April 1982 in Buhl, Twin Falls, Idaho. He is buried in Filer, Twin Falls, Idaho. She was born 7 January 1926 in Martinsburg, Audrain, Missouri and died 24 May 2004 in Buhl. She is also buried in Filer. Since this photo was in the collection of a family from Buhl, I assume I have the right Dewey and Josephine Nipper. The photo did not have the Gurwell name on it. I have no idea who the boy is, as far as I can tell the Nipper children are all still alive, however many there were.
Interesting my father was born the same day this photo was taken and Grandpa was preparing for war in Hawaii.
I don’t know that these children are related, but the photos have Nipper names on them. Therefore, I assume there is some relationship.
This following photo reads, “Jess Nipper’s children”. I don’t know if that is Josephine’s nickname or if Jess is short for Jesse or something else.
However, this photo reads, “Jess Nipper’s Kids, he was married to Grandma Williams’ sister Pearl” and from that I conclude Jess is someone else. There is a Jesse Franklin Nipper, born 10 October 1887 in Cleveland, Bradley, Tennessee and died 8 January 1967 in Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho. He is the uncle to Sterling Dewey Nipper. He married Pearl Lulu Ownbey, born 20 November 1887 in Custer County, Idaho and died 9 March 1930 in Buhl.
With the information on that photo, I found a sister to Pearl Lulu Ownbey named Ethel Gertrude Ownbey born 15 August 1886 in Green Forest, Carroll, Arkansas, and died 1 May 1967. She was married to Solomon Walker Williams born 27 October 1879 in Sevierville, Sevier, Tennessee, and died 22 April 1958. Therefore, all the names and references seem to add up so I am confident I have the right people. Unfortunately, none of the children are named and the records I am looking at do not show any deceased children. They could all very well still be alive out there in the world somewhere.