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Harry Chapman Woodyard Plaque Dedication

Harry Chapman Woodyard Plaque DedicationPopular
Posted by: LindaCottrellLiss   (See more photos from LindaCottrellLiss)   2011/11/9 10:15
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To read an article on the Harry Chapman Woodyard plaque dedication click here.

Oral Sinnett and wife Vada Lynch

Oral Sinnett and wife Vada LynchPopular
Posted by: winegen   (See more photos from winegen)   2011/2/5 12:57
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taken in 1936

Wanda Sinnett Cox Sagert in 1945

Wanda Sinnett Cox Sagert in 1945Popular
Posted by: winegen   (See more photos from winegen)   2011/1/3 20:45
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d/o Matt Sinnett
1st husband Cecil Cox
2nd husband Robert Sagert

Vada Lynch Sinnett

Vada Lynch SinnettPopular
Posted by: winegen   (See more photos from winegen)   2011/1/3 20:40
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w/o Collie Anderson Sinnett

Matt Sinnett

Matt SinnettPopular
Posted by: winegen   (See more photos from winegen)   2011/1/3 20:34
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Lewis Columbus & Sarah Belcher Graham

Lewis Columbus & Sarah Belcher GrahamPopular
Posted by: Dru   (See more photos from Dru)   2010/10/11 20:13
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Lewis & Sarah were married in Roane Co. on May 13, 1869. He was the son of William Edward & Hulda Drake Graham. Hulda was the daughter of Isaac and Margaret P Bishop and William Edward was the son of James P. & Cynthia Hughes Graham

Frances Cochran Smith

Frances Cochran SmithPopular
Posted by: eking   (See more photos from eking)   2009/11/21 21:55
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Frances Cochran was born 15 July 1814 to John and Elizabeth James Cochran in Bath County, Virginia.  Frances married John Smith Jr. on 12 November 1835.  In 1843 the couple sold their 180 acres of land in Pocahontas County and started west with John's brother Andrew's family.  According to a family story handed down through the generations the group made it as far as Kanawha County when Frances became sick.  Andrew continued west and John and Frances stayed in Kanawha with their family.  Eventually they brought land near Newton at the head of Blown Timber.  A descendant of the couple still lives on the land.  John joined Capt. Spencer's Company B, 9th West Virginia and went off to the war.  He died 22 August 1862 from illness.  Frances stayed at the homestead watching her family grow.   She passed away 20 April 1895 and is buried in Newton.  

Charles F Drake II and Sarah Lester Bishop Drake

Charles F Drake II and Sarah Lester Bishop DrakePopular
Posted by: CarolCronin   (See more photos from CarolCronin)   2009/11/6 16:15
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Isaac Drake and Margaret Pauline Bishop Drake

Isaac Drake and Margaret Pauline Bishop DrakePopular
Posted by: CarolCronin   (See more photos from CarolCronin)   2009/11/6 16:05
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Lon & Addie Hershberger

Lon & Addie HershbergerPopular
Posted by: ReggieWatson   (See more photos from ReggieWatson)   2009/8/16 7:07
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Need help identifying most folks in this picture, but my grandparents on on right; Lon & Addie Hershberger with Lon holding daughter Kathern Madge Hershberger.  Also unsure of location.

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