MY HOME IN ALABAMA:Birthplace of Sanders, Helen, & Pickens Russell

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L-R:Front:Helen Russell,Sanders Russell;Rear,marked with 'X':Their mother:Katharine Sanders Russell


Pictured above L-R:Front:Helen,his only sister,my mother;
Sanders Russell;
Third Row (marked with the X)
their mother,"Miss Kitty",my grandmother.
At HOME in ALABAMA: Christmas SlideShow".

L-R:Sanders behind 'HAL TRYAX',Sanders' wife, Evelyn Russell, in a rare photo in the 'Winners Circle'


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A HISTORY OF "RUSSELL STABLES"..., on our 'CENTURY & HERITAGE' Andrew Jackson Land Grant Farm in Jackson County, Alabama...HERE...

OR...visit their birthplace,and the Honeymoon Cottage built by Israel Pickens Russell,Jr.,my grandfather, for his bride,Rebecca Katharine Sanders,my grandmother...HERE...!

We have AKC Champion Tibetan Spaniels, too!

'BOND', 'Russell' & Owner/Handler, Kathryn Phillips, were AKC Meet The Breed Volunteers at the 2011 AKC/Eukanuba National Championship in Orlando, FL

Our Ch Wassong's Fresh Yankee,CGC

Took Three Owner-Handled
"The Cotton Cluster"
The Decatur KC & The Huntsville KC
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November 11-13, 2010
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Our Parti-Colored "PETE" & "SHORTY" Son
Took "Best of Winners"
The Central Florida Kennel Club Show
The Orange County Convention Center
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Friday, December 16, 2011




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RUSSELL FAMILY CHRISTMAS TREE HOSTED by Ann & Harold R. Phillips (1940-2011) in 2010!

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The Russell Family Christmas Eve Celebrations have changed very little since Victorian Times. All extended family members were invited, and different families played host to this yearly event,in sequence.

RUSSELL FAMILY CHRISTMAS TREE HOSTED by Emily Russell Campbell & Mary Russell Allphin in 2009!

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Frances & Danny Crownover hosted the 2008 Christmas Tree at their home in Stevenson, Alabama on Oak Hill Circle. A delicious Christmas meal was enjoyed by a large group of extended family, including Clayton & Jill Crownover of Alexandria, VA. Danny & Fran's first grandchild, William Pierce Crownover, "WILL", enjoyed his "FIRST CHRISTMAS" in Stevenson in 2009! Children make Christmas so much the merrier! Our family has several new additions, as Mary & Bob Allphin have four grandchildren, too! Harold & Ann Phillips' grandsons, Matthew Russell Phillips and Owen Thomas Phillips, helped their parents, Russ & Ann, and aunt, Karen Frances Phillips, of Birmingham, AL, welcome four-generations of the Russell/Phillips extended family to their circa 1920's home for Christmas 2007 and 2011. Russ and Ann's home, in the Arts & Crafts Style, featuring a beautifully land-scaped poolside area, was also the scene of Russ & Karen Phillips' parents' Forty-Fifth Wedding Anniversary Celebration in August of 2008. Kathryn Phillips, assisted by Frances Crownover and Karen Phillips hosted the 2006 Christmas Tree at 'My Home In Alabama'. Harold Russell and Ann Phillips hosted a lovely candle-light Christmas Dinner at their historic log home in 2005. Emily Campbell hosted the 2004 Christmas gathering as well as a wonderful 90th Birthday Party for her father, Israel Pickens Russell, III,(1915-2011) in the Spring of 2005! Frances and Danny Crownover hosted The Russell Family Christmas Tree on Christmas night of 2003. The traditional family gathering was hosted by Russ, Ann, Matthew, and Karen Phillips on Christmas Night 2002. The 2001 Celebration was hosted by Ernestine & Pickens Russell, assisted by daughters Mary & Emily, at their home, "The Cedars", circa 1840's Original Home of James Russell. "The Cedars" was also the gracious setting of a "Russell Family Reunion" in June 2005. In addition to the extended family members from Alabama and Georgia, this very special event was high-lighted by a visit from Susan and Heinz Selig, their two daughters, Susannah and Kate, their sons-in-law, and young first grandson. Frances Crownover,Karen Phillips, and Kathryn Phillips hosted the Year 2000 Millennium
Christmas Tree at "My Home In Alabama", home of Kathryn Phillips, circa 1897 Original Home of "Miss Kitty & Mr. Pick Russell"! Emily Russell Campbell hosted the 1999 Christmas Tree on Christmas Night at her brand new home on the Russell Family Farm. The Russell Family Christmas was originally celebrated on Christmas Eve Night. Recently, it has usually been on Christmas Day or Christmas Night.
My Aunt Evelyn Willis Russell, who originated the event, was Uncle Sanders' wife,and the mother of their
two sons, Walter and Henry. They are pictured HERE , with their beloved pet,"Fritz", a Miniature Schnauzer.
Her Cherry Thumbprint Cookies and Hot Chocolate, served in the Kitchen especially for the children,
were always special favorites of mine, when Uncle Sanders and Aunt Evelyn played host and hostess!

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My Childhood Memories of Uncle Sanders
I especially remember my Uncle Sanders at all of the
Family Christmas Eve Celebrations. As long as I can
remember, he always brought a special gift of a box
of Whitman Sampler Chocolate Candy to every family
member. To my grandmother, Miss Kitty, he always brought a box of Candied Dried Fruit. He loved Christmas, and paid special attention to the children of the family. Not realizing that,in those years,I was his ONLY niece, I felt very "Special" when he said,
"Now,how's my Favorite Niece?",as he took me on his knee.

Uncle Sanders' Childhood Family Circle
My mother dictated these Memories of life at "The Cedars" to me in 1987, a few months before her death.
"SANDERS,four years older,was my only older brother, and I called him,'Bro'. Pickens,eleven years younger,was my only younger brother, and I called him, 'Little Pick'. Mama,Dad,'Bro', and I shared many years together before 'Little Pick's' birth, since he was fifteen years younger than 'Bro'."


Sanders' Early Animal Experiences:A Prelude To Fame
According to my mother,"'Bro'and I both owned pet calves, and a cow,'Princess',which we loved to lead down at the 'Big Barn'. We rode our ponies,'Pat'and
on the harness horse jogging track at home. We
imagined ourselves behind a sulky,driving a Standard-
Bred Trotter or Pacer, just like Dad bred and trained at 'The Cedars', and drove in the Harness Races. We looked forward all year to riding the Ferris Wheels,
Merry-Go-Rounds, and Roller-Coasters at the Fairs. It was our greatest dream to win a Teddy Bear on the Glamourous Midways at'The Races' we attended each year.
The horses raced on the Grand Circuit at County and State Fairs from Georgia to Ohio and Indiana. Since Mama tutored us at home through the eighth grade,we continued our school work during our trips to 'The Races'. After that, we stayed with grandparents,aunts, and uncles, back in Alabama, to attend school,if Mama and Dad had a'winning season'and raced into the fall.
The whole family lived out of suit cases at boarding houses in each town hosting a 'Race Meeting',and went to the Races every summer afternoon. We became close personal friends of the families that we stayed with, and returned to their homes each season.
The horses traveled in railroad box cars, while our family traveled,at first,by horse and buggy,and later in one of the first automobiles in Jackson County. SANDERS actually drove his first Harness Race at the age of fifteen in South Georgia. He was up to the
challenge, since Dad believed in teaching children
'how to work'.We all learned how to saddle and ride a
correctly, at a very early age.
Sanders learned the secrets of using the hopples, blinders, and other specialized tricks of the harness horse trade from Dad. He attributed much of his success in developing a Promising Horse, "CHESTERTOWN" into a Great Horse, to his early lessons from Dad on the importance
of nutrition,grooming,conditioning,and fitting each
horse into the correct shoes. Individually designed shoes were forged in the blacksmith shop located behind
the Big Barn.

The ability to diagnose and successfully
treat problems with lame horses came as second nature to Sanders, as did his special talent for calming an anxious horse's nerves.
High ethical standards,gentlemanly manners,good sports-
manship, and an almost stoic refusal to compromise his
principles, earned Sanders a well-deserved nickname. Although fun-loving and witty; he was respectfully known in the Harness Horse World as 'The Preacher'.
To me, however, he always remained 'BRO'."

"RUSSELL-TALK":Three Generations of Russells talk "HARNESS HORSES"... HERE , as it was chronicled in the sport of harness racing in the 20th Century!


Sanders attended his first harness race at the tender age of three and advised his dad, who did not fare well in the first racing heat of the afternoon,"If you're going to keep finishing last, let's don't race any more." Twelve years later, he was in the sulky himself!
Quote from a Harness Horse book,"Care and Training of the Trotter and Pacer", of which he was author of the chapter:'Care of the Horse'. This book was published by The United States Trotting Association(USTA) of which Sanders Russell was a member of the Board of Directors for many years.
Sanders,born at Stevenson,AL on April 26,1900,won the 1962 Hambletonian at age 62 behindIAP090301-09/03/62-Indianapolis: Hambletonian winner,  'A. C.'s Viking',  with trainer-driver, Sanders Russell of Stevenson, Alabama. One of harness racings' top events, the $32,000 'Horseman Futurity' is on tap at the Indiana State Fair September 4, 1962. The race will give fans a chance to see  'A. C.'s Viking', winner of the Hambletonian last week at DuQuoin,Illinois.UPI Telephoto:Courtesy of Mary Lou Dondarski, 'The Hambletonian Society'

ABOVE PHOTO: Courtesy of Mary Lou Dondarski, "THE HAMBLETONIAN SOCIETY".

An ever-determined SANDERS RUSSELL is shown in the sulky the week following his historic 1962 Hambletonian victory, his foot still in the cast!
In 1967,he set a World's Record,with Fresh Yankee's mile in 1:57 ,more than 50 years after he drove his first race. His father,a horse trainer,opened a public racing stable at 'The Cedars'in 1903.The stable has wintered there in Alabama under the same family management ever since. Among the many horses developed by Sanders and Pickens III; under the watchful eye and gentle, but firm, guidance of their father, I.P. Russell,II; were "Tronita", "Johnny Brown", and "Dutch Boy", to name a few!
NOTE:Handwritten caption found on back of circa 1940s picture of 'Johnny Brown' by my grandmother, 'Miss Kitty'! In the background is the 'Old Cotton Gin' located in front of the Sanders Russell Training Barn, here, on the farm. Although 'The Gin' was torn down many years ago, my uncle, Pickens Russell,III,(1915-2011) when better than 90 years old,himself, told me that Uncle Sanders' and Aunt Evelyn's circa 1920s home; restored and lived-in by his great-nephew, Dr. H. Russell Phillips, DVM, his wife,Ann, and two young sons, Matthew Russell Phillips and Owen Phillips; stands on the site of a large cotton field near 'The Gin' and training barns. Interestingly, evidence of that cotton field remains in the "volunteer plants" sometimes growing through the carefully manicured bedded plants on the grounds of Russ and Ann's home. Funny how we never truly grow away from our 'Roots'!


Family Photos,circa 1927-1968


Sanders Russell was named #24 from Alabama,in "Sports
Illustrated's" last issue of 1999
, which honored the Top 50 Athletes from each state. In the company of top professional football and baseball players, Olympic medalists, and other team and individual sportmen and women; Sanders was the sole nominee from Harness Horse Racing. Born in 1900, Sanders is still at the top of his sport 100 years later.


I recently had the pleasure of reading an article featured in the November 2008 issue called, "Passing Time Sanders Russell: Hoof Beats remembers'The Preacher'" by Benjamin Lammers. The Russell family was honored to know that Uncle Sanders is still remembered in "Hoof-Beats", the foremost magazine devoted to the sport of Harness-Horse Racing, more than forty years after Uncle Sanders won the 1962 Hambletonian with A.C's Viking!


Walter S. Russell was elected to "The 2011 Harness Horse Living Hall of Fame" in the category of 'JUDGE' by WSHWA, "The United States Harness Writers Association". Walter, son of the late Sanders & Evelyn Russell, nephew of Israel Pickens Russell,III and my mother, Helen Russell Phillips, was honored on February 27, 2011 at "THE USHWA DAN PATCH AWARDS BANQUET" in Ft. Lauderdale,FL. Induction ceremonies were held in Goshen, NY in July 2011.

1962 TRIVIA(Courtesy Hambletonian History Website)
"Sanders won the 1962 Hambletonian behind A.C.'s Viking , 3-year-old Trotter of the Year. Viking was bred and owned by Mr.& Mrs. A.C.Petersen of Connecticut; trained and driven by Sanders Russell, who won two straight heats with his foot in a cast; since he felt the horse was too difficult for anyone else to drive. On the road to the coveted Triple Crown of Harness Racing, Viking won the second leg, the Yonkers Futurity, but lost the third and final leg to Safe Mission at the Kentucky Futurity."
Famed breeding farms from the "Red-Clay of Georgia", the "Blue-Grass of Kentucky", and the "Romantic Shores of Nova Scotia"; distinguished and loyal harness-racing patrons; a knack for choosing and developing promising horses and life-long friendships, as well as chance meetings with the rich and famous; combine with the often playful hand of "LADY LUCK" and the ever-protective hand of a loving GOD; thereby, weaving a 'Tapestry' from the lives of a CENTURY & HERITAGE Andrew Jackson Land-Grant pioneer family from the "Hill-Country" of Northeastern Alabama....and a town called...STEVENSON!

Includes "Eulogy of Israel Pickens Russell,III"

L-R:Emily,Ernestine & Pick Russell

NOTE: The picture BELOW is a LINK to my original Christmas Poem in Memory of.. "SOX",Ch Bet'R Bobby Sox at Gin-Tai,ROM, Tibetan Spaniel, shown posing at Christmas in the Parlor of 'My Home In Alabama'."

Original Christmas Poem for 'SOX'

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The original one-story Victorian-Cottage-Style home was built in 1897, mostly by workers on the Russell farm, under the careful supervision of my grandfather, I.P. Russell, Jr., for his bride-to-be, my grandmother, Katharine Rebecca Sanders, daughter of the Rev. C. B. Sanders and Anna Duanna White Sanders. The couple, wed November 16,1898 ,celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary in 1948. Their two sons, Sanders and Pickens, and only daughter, Helen, my mother, were born in this house.

The original Golden-Oak Mantelpiece and Pocket-Doors in the Parlor, Beveled-Glass Front Door, Golden-Oak Main Stairway, doors, windows, transoms, and detailed woodwork were shipped into nearby Stevenson, Alabama by rail. The present green-shuttered home with Hip Roof, has four downstairs rooms with 12-foot ceilings and picture-railings, a Country Kitchen, and Foyer. It features a Veranda Front Porch with Railing, Greek-Revival-Style columns, and a bead-board ceiling. The stone and brick foundation and retaining wall, as well as much of the Pine tongue-and-groove flooring, weather-boarding, Cedar shakes, and lattice-work, were hand-crafted from materials available on the Russell Farm.

Shortly after WWI, four upstairs bedrooms and a Screened-in Sleeping Porch were added after a chimney fire burned off the Cottage-Style roof. The upstairs served as a temporary home for the following family members: elder son, Sanders Russell, his wife, Evelyn Willis Russell, and son,
Walter Sanders Russell, II, in the 1920's ;younger son, I. P. Russell, III, his wife, Ernestine Mann Russell, and infant daughter, Mary Lucille Russell, in the 1940's; only daughter, Helen, my mother, her husband, William Harold Phillips, and their children, Kathryn Elizabeth Phillips, Harold Russell Phillips, and Helen Frances Phillips, in the 1950's; and finally grandson, Harold Russell Phillips, his wife, Virginia Ann King Phillips, and infant daughter, Karen Frances Phillips, in the 1960's.

Several other extended family members, including my grandmother's nephews, Jim Kyle and Marion Wingfield, spent summers as house guests at "My Home in Alabama", while working in the family Harness Horse Training and Racing business known as "Russell Stables". Young Jimmy Wingfield became a prominent harness horse trainer/driver, himself. Before World War II, Jimmy was employed by noted horseman, Sep Palin, where he was deeply involved in the development and career of the world-famous, "Greyhound". The outbreak of World War II cut this highly successful relationship short, as Jimmy Wingfield; who began his military service working with horses in the United States Cavalry; saw battlefield action as a "TANKER" before VE-Day. My grandparents received 'Victory-Air-Mail' regularly from Jimmy posted from .."faraway places with strange-sounding names".. like "somewhere in Africa".. or similar exotic settings! After "The War", Jimmy married Norma Boardman, daughter of well-known horseman, Neil Boardman. They carried on the harness horse tradition, established their own stable, and finally settled, with their three children, on a horse farm in South Georgia.

Both Marion and Jimmy Wingfield married and raised their families not too far away from the red-clay of Georgia, where their descendants still reside today. In 2009, Marion's grandson, Kyle Wingfield, after several years in Belgium as a resident Foreign Correspondent for THE WALL-STREET JOURNAL, has returned to Atlanta with his wife and young son, where he has assumed a coveted post as the newest member of the Editorial Staff of THE ATLANTA-CONSTITUTION JOURNAL.

Breeding, training, and racing fine horses began with my great-grandfather, Israel Pickens Russell, Sr., who bred fine Saddle and Carriage Horses. My grandfather showed Ebony King to a Show Horse Grand Championship in New York City at the Madison Square Garden, in the early days of the Stables. My grandparents and their children traveled the County Fair Grand Circuit Harness Races from the early 1900's through the 1940's. The Circuit included races from South Georgia to Lexington, Kentucky, to Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana, and by the 1950's, into Pennsylvania and New York. The horses wintered here on the Alabama Century and Heritage Andrew Jackson Land Grant Farm originally acquired by my great-great-grandfather, James Russell, in the 1820's and 1830's. "MY HOME IN ALABAMA" is also located on that farm in Jackson County, Alabama, near Stevenson, Alabama

Eldest son, Sanders Russell,won the 1962 Hambletonian, among other notable successes. He was inducted into the Alabama Sportsman Hall of Fame at Birmingham, AL . He was inducted into the US Harness Racing Living Hall of Fame in Goshen, New York in 1970. Upon the deaths of my grandparents in the 1950's, the house was deeded to my mother, Helen Russell Phillips, who in turn deeded it to me upon her death. The house is celebrating more than 100 years owned and lived in by succeeding generations of the Russell and Phillips families.

As friends and family members drop by the Front Porch, sit in the original Front Porch Swing, which replaced my grandfather's beloved Hammock, and have a glass of Pink Lemonade; they escape the sounds of the city, share the gentle breeze, and listen to the untouched sounds of nature, as the Israel Pickens Russell, Jr. Home, "MY HOME IN ALABAMA", enters the 21st Century.

Submitted by Kathryn Elizabeth Phillips, Present Owner



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