This tallow pot belonged to dad, Larkin Watson Buckland, Jr. (1915-1993) and he used it during his days on the steam engines working both as a fireman and then an engineer on the Norfolk & Western.
The oil can belonged to my grandfather, L.W. Buckland, SR (1885-1967) who was also an N&W fireman.
Vintage milk can (individual size) belonged to my grandfather, L.W. Buckland, Sr. He used to take it in his lunch.
Gift to me from Grandmother Buckland before she passed away in 1960.
Belonged to Dad when he was a boy.
Engine pins given to Lucille Buckland and all wives of engineers. The men were give tie tacks and cuff links.
McCoy Pottery – Lucille Buckland
Turn of the century, primitive pie safe given to Asa & Altha Davis by J. Henry Jessee when they got married in 1902.
Vintage barber brush (circa 1920-1934) belonged to the railroader. He went to barber school in Columbus, OH when he was 19.
Turn of the century, hand-hewn crock from the Tabor line (Sarah Jane Tabor Buckland)
Small leather purse belonged to Grandmother Mary Jane Davidson Buckland
Uncle Robert Buckland gave to Lucille Buckland in 1939.
Garden hoe – Grandmother Altha Rudolph Brooks Davis
Cartwright Brothers Teapot – Great Grandmother Eliza Greever Gregory Davidson
Royal Bayreuth (Bavarian) Covered Vegetable Bowl – Grandmother Altha Rudolph Brooks Davis
Jadite Salt & Pepper (kitchen size) – Grandmother Mary Jane Davidson Buckland
Little girl and her poodles – given to me by Grandmother Altha Davis when I was young.
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I love your collection of sweet memories.