No the house is in Fayette County. If I remember correctly, our tags were number 33.
I had to ask around the family and do some research why a car with Shelby County tags was in the photo. I learned that the photo is from 1942. My dad's army division had been sent to Camp Shelby Miss. for basic training. After that, they were sent home for 12 days. His sister and her husband (who lived in Memphis) had come to visit. That was their car.
A few days after that photo was taken, he had to be back at Camp Shelby where the division boarded a train for San Francisco. There they boarded a troop ship for New Zealand, the first stop on their way up the "Solomon Ladder". After the Solomons Campaign, they were in the invasion of Aitape, New Guinea. After that they were in the invasion of the Philippine Islands.
My dad said that he only survived because after the invasion of New Georgia there was an opening for corporal of transportation and he had the rank and time in service to get the job.
There are lots of books about the soldiers' love affair with the jeep, and they tell it just like my dad did. He never wanted to talk about the war but he would always tell me about the jeeps!
I hope this hasn't been more information than you wanted. My thanks to the forum owners for their bandwidth.