The area was rich with family for C.M. His mother was Ellen Gianniny, Mr. Nick’s first cousin; his wife was Martha Baltimore (one of George and Fannie Baltimore’s four daughters). C.M.’s younger brother Branch worked for the mill and in 1920 was building a house next door to James Timberlake west on Woolen Mills Road.

In addition to being a mill village the Woolen Mills was a family place.

To the left, c. 1915, Len, Ellen and Jack on the front porch.

Ellen Bibb, known to her cohorts as "Lady", died January 23rd, 1925 from pneumonia. "After an illness of only three days."

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