generally left to right: Charlie & Emma (HEAD) LEE, Lee & Ada (LEE) PENNINGTON, Henry and Nevada "Cricket" (LEE) THOMPSON, Judd & Nancy HARBIN (Nancy is in back), Nancy Jane (HARBIN) LEE directly in front of Judd, James M. "Doc" and Minerva "Cissy" (HARBIN) POWERS (Doc is in wheel chair, Minerva is behind him), Buster LEE (tall youth in back), Will and Priscilla HARBIN (Will is behind Minerva, Priscilla is standing beside her daughter who had Downs Syndrome), Bob and Emma COOK (Bob-back row on right, Emma-seated in front of Priscilla), Will and Ellen LEE, plus various children of the above, on ground and standing. Charlie, Will, Buster, Ada and Nevada "Cricket" were children of Nancy Jane HARBIN and John Stephen LEE who died in 1892. J Judd HARBIN, Will HARBIN and Cissy POWERS were siblings of Nancy Jane (HARBIN) LEE. Bob COOK was their half brother. Note: that John Stephen LEE is not in this photo, having died in 1892.
Middle row (left to right): Sarah Allen LEE (seated, wife of Sam), Lou WETHERINGTON LEE (wife of Rance, holding baby), two daughters of Rance LEE, Rance LEE (son of Sam), Sam (Samuel Ingram) LEE. Back row (left to right): hired hand, Ruford LEE (son of Sam), Annie Belle LEE (daughter of Sam), Sherman LEE (son of Sam). Two boys in front are Harrison and Henderson LEE, youngest sons of Sam. Sam LEE and John Stephen LEE served in the First Arkansas Cavalry Regiment (US) during the Civil War. Both raised their families near Arkadelphia, Arkansas.