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Penny Harris (#47430685)
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Bio Photo I have been researching my family history & visiting cemeteries as part of that search for about 20 years. I have many relatives in Clay, Fayette, Raleigh, Summers, Greenbrier and Monroe counties in WV. I have started a collection of photographs from various cemeteries in those counties that I plan to upload soon. I am still working on transcribing the last three rows in the Adkins Cemetery in Naoma (and photographing the last 6).
Photos are sized to this website's specs, making some hard to read. If you find photos you'd like a bigger or higher resolution copy of, please let me know.
If I can assist anyone in their search, please let me know. I have found that even the departed can be difficult to locate sometimes.
And if you find I have posted a memorial for your relative and you'd like it transferred to you, just let me know because I love connecting family together.
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historianne
Melton
Thanks for info and obit- added.
Added by historianne on Jul 27, 2015 7:40 AM
Jan Summers
Sumner Family in Hilltop Cemetery
Thank you for making the updates and family links. Best regards, Jan
Added by Jan Summers on Jul 15, 2015 9:58 PM
Izzy
Taylor Cemetery
Penny, I know where Taylor Cemetery if your still looking for it.
Added by Izzy on Jun 05, 2015 9:52 PM
Doris Aliff
68455046
Betty Aliff, b. 4/25/1924, Raleigh County, m. Gallia County, Ohio 12/23/1945 to Calvin Hudson, b. 11/3/1922 in Dayton, Ohio. Her parents are listed as Charles and Mary Austin Aliff. She is Find A Grave #94013341 and he is 94013307. Trying to locate if right family.
Added by Doris Aliff on Jun 02, 2015 10:56 AM
Doris Aliff
68455046
I seem to have one child born in 1924 for this famiy you do not have. B. april 25 1924 in raleigh county. What do you thank or have on her, Betty.
Added by Doris Aliff on Jun 02, 2015 10:52 AM
judy
Bowden Cemetery
Check out Taylor Cemetery in Bowden, WV. I saw on the internet for Taylor Cemetery AKA Bowden Cemetery. You might find some information there. I have Ketterman family buried there. I just hope it is not a forgotten cemetery. I live out of state (NC) so I hope to visit Taylor Cemetery some day.
Added by judy on Jun 01, 2015 9:57 AM
judy
Philipine Bowers Ball #131542077
Thank you Penny for the photo of Philipine's stone. That was very kind of you. Maybe some day I can pay my respects to her. She passed away before I was born and was so young.
Added by judy on Jun 01, 2015 8:57 AM
Kathy Stroope Veasey
RE: John William Smith
Thanks so much for all the transfers... still lots of work to do (as always)

Added by Kathy Stroope Veasey on May 31, 2015 2:07 PM
Izzy
RE: Bowden Cemetery?
Sorry, I can't say that I'm familiar with the area. I took a trip to Bowden (I live in NC) to try and find some of my ancestors grave sites. I did find a cemetery that some local people called the Isner cemetery (there's a couple Isner cemeteries but this one was in Bowden). This Isner cemetery had a brand new head stone in it but the Isner's on the head stone died back in the early 1900's. The people on this head stone were listed in ancestory.com as being buried in the Faulkner Cemetery. I also seem to recall that their graves had been moved (not long ago) to another location at some point (which might explain why the head stone was new) That being the case, the new head stone that I found might not actually be in the Faulkner Cemetery but some other cemetery that the locals called the Isner Cemetery. The locals might have called this the Isner Cemetery because there are only 2 visible head stones there. (Isner being one of them and Cobberly being the other). The cemetery is small and over grown with ferns but I do know that there are more graves there then the two visible ones. I don't recall there being anything there to identify any other graves but then I can't say I trampled through every inch of the over grown ferns either. Why did I tell you this long confusing story? I don't know. I guess because Bowden isn't a very big place and the name of this cemetery might be in question. If your still interested, I can type you another big long story on how to find it. :)
Added by Izzy on May 30, 2015 11:24 PM
Evelyn Linger Thorn
Floyd Linger
Thanks for the photo of the grave stone for Floyd Lee Linger. My information tells me that his wife Katie Witten was buried at Spencer Cemetery.
Added by Evelyn Linger Thorn on May 26, 2015 10:54 AM
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