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Mary Catherine Taylor Jarvis

Mary Catherine Taylor JarvisPopular
Posted by: dkjarvis   (See more photos from dkjarvis)   2016/3/8 22:16
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Mary Jarvis with either James or Martha

Parsons ladies

Parsons ladiesPopular
Posted by: dkjarvis   (See more photos from dkjarvis)   2016/3/8 22:15
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Possibly Joe Parsons wife and friends or family
Newton / Blown Timber

Solomon Salyers

Solomon SalyersPopular
Posted by: dkjarvis   (See more photos from dkjarvis)   2016/3/8 22:15
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Solomon Salyers b. 7 Mar 1836 Copper Creek? Russell Co VA. son of John Salyer and ?Delila Castle?
Married Mary Catherine "Polly" McGlothlin, the widow of William Hensley, and had children Lydia, DJ, Fannie, Billy, Mary Ellen, Jodie, Georgia, Retta, and Verna.  Died 26 Mar 1911 at Blown Timber/ Newton and is buried in the Salyers Cemetery there.

Willie Smith, Leonard Linkenogger, Jim Smith

Willie Smith, Leonard Linkenogger, Jim SmithPopular
Posted by: dkjarvis   (See more photos from dkjarvis)   2016/3/6 23:42
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Willie Smith, Leonard Linkenogger, Jim Smith
Blown Timber / Newton

Whirley Parsons

Whirley ParsonsPopular
Posted by: dkjarvis   (See more photos from dkjarvis)   2016/3/6 23:39
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Whirley Parsons

Whirley and Dulcie Parsons

Whirley and Dulcie ParsonsPopular
Posted by: dkjarvis   (See more photos from dkjarvis)   2016/3/6 23:38
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Whirley and Dulcie Parsons
Blown Timber / Newton

Charlie and Verna Salyers Dobbins, Emsy Parsons

Charlie and Verna Salyers Dobbins, Emsy ParsonsPopular
Posted by: dkjarvis   (See more photos from dkjarvis)   2016/3/6 23:37
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Charlie and Verna Salyers Dobbins, Emsy Parsons
Blown Timber / Newton

Craig Hesson, speaker at July 23 meeting

Craig Hesson, speaker at July 23 meetingPopular
Posted by: LindaCottrellLiss   (See more photos from LindaCottrellLiss)   2015/7/31 7:40
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Hesson is chairman of the Fort Randolph Committee as well as a Revolutionary War re-enactor from Point Pleasant, WV. His informative presentation was on the history of Fort Randolph and the decisive battle which occurred at Point Pleasant known as Dunmore's War of 1774.

County Documentary Film

County Documentary FilmPopular
Posted by: LindaCottrellLiss   (See more photos from LindaCottrellLiss)   2014/10/26 19:40
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We are excited about the documentary film of Roane County history being produced by film-maker Wayne Worth, of Clarksburg, WV.  He has interviewed , Denver Gandee, Orton Jones, Paul Hughes, Linda Cottrell Liss and will complete Roane County's story by interviewing, Mayor Terry Williams and Society President Rick Greathouse. Mr. Worth is film documenting each WV county.  This film project, because of his love of West Virginia, will be offered to each 8th grade teacher for use in their West Virginia studies.

Rebecca Park with Tanner descendants

Rebecca Park with Tanner descendantsPopular
Posted by: LindaCottrellLiss   (See more photos from LindaCottrellLiss)   2014/8/1 14:13
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Special Guest for the July 24, 2014 meeting of the RCHS was Rebecca Park of Charleston, WV who portrayed Roane County, WV settler Sudna Carpenter Tanner, wife of pioneer Samuel Tanner.
Tanner descendants pictured with Ms. Park are left to right: Carol Board-Westfall, Rick Greathouse and Susan Tucker.

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