|Penny Harris (#47430685)|
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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 will be going to cemeteries in Raleigh County again this year, and am almost finished transcribing the Adkins Cemetery in Naoma (only 3 rows left as of 10/19/2013 !). |
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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|Kathie Raleigh||RE: Kenny Weaver|
My grandparents lived in the area in the 1940's, he was a pastor in Summerlee. Also a miner in the area.
|Kathie Raleigh||RE: Leslie Null|
His middle name is Hubert. And yes my Grandmother was Hartsell Null, we go back thru Capt Philip Null.
|David Wilson||Paul Wilson|
This is my brother buried at blue ridge. Aiden was our father Imogene is still living.In one of your older messages you didn't know if they were related.
|Carol Balfour||RE: Nelson Pauley|
The Pauley name is on my dad's side. I would love to manage his memorial if you are not related.
|Alford Genealogy||RE: Nelson Pauley|
Thank you, I would appreciate the transfer.
|R Wheeler||RE: Jerry Lawrence Smith|
I know what you mean and I don't blame you a bit.
Thanks for linking them.
|Robin Bradford||RE: Dry Creek Cemetery|
I was going by what a descendant had placed on the internet. I can't be 100 percent certain but he is a great historian. Here is some interesting reading. Type Nancy Avner Petry and select Nancy Avner Petry (1
It tells about the cemetery. He is a descendant of those Petrys as well as I am. It is a beautiful cemetery and hard to find. Its on private property. I entered directions how to get to it. But since I could not find a specific marker, I was just going on what he had documented.
Ardelia is definitely in the Pettry cemetery at Dry Creek. I placed a pic of her marker on her memorial site.
I have combed Dry Creek fairly well and I think I have found all of them.
I am kin to the Rhodes Dehoney Ballard. You can follow the links and find he had a daughter named Chloe who was captured by Indians and was aided in escape by Daniel Boone. That is also some interesting reading. I've been trying to find his son James Blackburn Ballard for several years. I finally gave up.
But that cemetery Dry Creek must be just a catch all.
|Robin Bradford||Dry Creek Cemetery|
You have Benjamin Franklin Pettry in Dry Creek cemetery. He is in the Pettry-Jarrell Cemetery at Dry Creek. I am from Dry Creek and have blanketed that area for the past two years. I have been doing some extensive work in that area on the Pettry's. I was at that cemetery a couple of weeks ago and photographed the area. I am going to be adding more entries for that cemetery hopefully today. He is in a unmarked grave. You can look at the entries I have made and I'll make links if you need me to. There is no cemetery that is called Dry Creek.
|Robin Bradford||Ivory Massey|
Her middle name was Mae.
|Robin Bradford||Ivory Massey|
Her maiden name was Gunnoe.
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