Second Row (left to right):  James Eugene Hamer (known as Gene) and Louise Hamer (standing beside him with a white hat).  The rest are unknown, if you recognize anyone please send me an email.  The teacher was Miss Jennie D. Howard. Scroll down to read her  obituaries.

Notes on Spring Hill from Andrew Brown's book, History of Tippah County, the First Hundred Years:   Spring Hill, was located 6 miles north of Salem.  Among the first settlers were the McKenzie and the Hardaways.  The village was about three miles south of Davis Mills on the Wolf River, which was near the present village of Michigan City.  After the Central Railroad was completed shortly before fighting began (The Civil War), most of Spring Hill's business moved to Davis Mills.