Photos Submitted By
Rita Stepp Ficht


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Bert and Elva Thomas Brandenburg  NEW 02/05/10

Joe and Nancy Brandenburg

Morgan and Ola Stepp Brandenburg
  NEW 02/05/10

            Wilgus and Lillie Brandenburg
            Wilgus ( Wig ) Brandenburg; his wife Lillie Messer Brandenburg ; her mother Tempy Smith
            Eastep, Alta Brandenburg Vire;
Mildred Brandenburg Anderson and Flora Brandenburg

William Clark

He is the brother of Frank Clark. They were sons of Lewis and Ann Clark.

Dolly Fowler Clark

She was the wife of Frank C. Clark.

Frank C. Clark

He was the second postmaster at Spoke Plant.

George Holland

Squire Holland and his wife, Minerva Napier Holland

They were both born in Clay County, Kentucky and came to the Spoke Plant area in the late 1880's. (my grandparents)

Wilson and Garnet Clark Holland

He was the son of Henry and Catherine Gillian Holland. She was the daughter of Frank and Dolly Fowler Clark.

Albert B. Hoskins

Mace and Elizabeth Holland McGuire

Clero and Alda Stepp Mullins

Lee Roy Newman

He was the son of Thomas Newman and Kay Allen.

Frank and Amelia Holland Phillips, Frank's nephew Wesley Phillips

Robert D. Ritchie

He was the first postmaster at Spoke Plant.

Newell McKinley Stepp

He was the son of James Jonathon and Rebecca Merrill Stepp.  He lived in the Spoke Plant community.

Zula Jane Acord Stepp ( wife of Newell McKinley) 

James Jonathon Stepp and Rebecca Merrill Stepp

They were both born in Henderson County, North Carolina and came to Madison County in 1893. (my grandparents)

Jubal Stepp and Rachel Bohannon Stepp
   NEW 02/05/10

William A. ( Bill ) Stepp and Martha Holland Stepp , my dad and mom. 

Dad was postmaster at Spoke Plant from Oct. 7, 1926 until the post office was discontinued in 1954.  He also ran the store all those years. (The post office was established in 1915. The first postmaster was Robert D. Ritchie, and the second was Frank. C. Clark).

Spoke Plant Mill Boiler     

William B. Stepp and Hoyt Stepp sitting on the old boiler that made the steam to run the engine for the Spoke  Plant Mill.
Spoke Plant Residents:    Joe Acord  skidding logs the old way.   Robert (Bob) Eaton  sitting on his porch. 

Spoke Plant School


Spoke Plant Store and Post Office Building

Spoke Plant Students

Spoke Plant Tram

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