Here is another page of historical photographs of Gwaltney descendents.
Cecil Ward Gwaltney, Sr. was the founder of Gwaltney Motors in Smithfield, VA. Gwaltney Motors was a respected establishment for many years in Isle of Wight County.
The Dock Allen Gwaltney family (sans Dock himself) from Zuni, VA.
Grace and Henry Oliver Gwaltney of Isle of Wight Co. VA
P.D. Gwaltney of Smithfield VA. He was a munitions maker, a peanut king, and ran a successful hog business
Jack Merritt Gwaltney Sr. Feed Store in Norfolk, VA
Jesse Johnson Gwaltney of Windsor, VA
Saphronia and Henry Jackson Gwatney of Conway, AR
Zora Melissa Gwaltney Hill of Craven Co. NC
Leroy Parks Gwaltney was a cousin of J.P. Gwaltney and he was also a noted minister in the western North Carolina foothills. Both Leroy Parks and Josephus Perry Gwaltney were the subjects of a bokk, The School of the Prophets.
John Lemmons Bryant Gwaltney, a respected attorney in Taylorsville, Alexander County, NC
Lafayette Gwaltney of Gibson Co. IN
The Gwaltney Cemetery in Midway, IN. At one time, the Gwaltney family was so plentiful in the area that the town was called Gwaltneyville prior to being named Midway. Ironically, today, due to the lack of male offspring and daughters being married or even some families moving away, the name of Gwaltney is but a memory in Spencer Co. IN.
John T. Gwaltney of Bay County, FL
The Gwaltney girls playing guitars in Wakulla Co. FL