Children of Darius Newton Dryden and Marguerite Dryden (nee Bradford, I think): Aleyne, Helen, Harmon, June, Harold, Amelia, Dee/Junior, and Marilyn. That might not be the right order, but as a child of the youngest (and she's youngest by 10 years), my aunts and uncles were all equally old in my young eyes.
And about the reputation of D.N., et al (mentioned by tlstone) - as I understand the history, it's not so much which one you ask about, but rather who you ask about them. Some notable economic heroics during The Depression kept others from earning more profit on farm foreclosures than they would have if D.N. hadn't intervened. Of course, that might just be the story they tell the grandson to explain why some of the bankers weren't so fond of him. But they still ring true, given more that I've seen of the life and legacy.