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1 Born in Doddridge County, West Virginia, Harry Ross moved to Warrenton, Virginia in 1931 to work for the Columbia Gas System. He worked there until 1941. It was during that time that he married Margaret Turner, who was working in Washington but returned home to Warrenton on weekends. In 1941, Harry was promoted to foreman of the Rockville, Maryland section. Rev. Rosenburger was the Minister of Rockville Methodist Church at that time.
After World War II, the company expanded and Harry & Margaret then moved to Harford County, Maryland, where they stayed until 1956. In that year, he accepted the position of Assistant Division Superintendent, with offices in Rockville. He worked there until his retirement in 1971.
An active churchgoer since his youth in West Virginia, Harry quickly became involved in the programs and ministries of Rockville United Methodist Church. He was for many years a member of the Men's Bible Class and served as an usher and as a member of several church committees. He was one of the original member of the FFF Club. 
ROSS, Harry Edwin (I49769)
 
2 Georgie Stephenson NO PHOTO
Birth unknown
Death 5 Mar 1907
Staunton, Staunton City, Virginia, USA
Burial
Stephenson Family Cemetery
Patna, Highland County, Virginia, USA
Memorial ID 196021823 ยท View Source


Highland Recorder March 22, 1907

Part of her father's obituary
"She was removed to the Western State Hospital, but lived only about a week. Her body was sent home and was buried beside her father and mother in the Kincaid Cemetery."

Highland Recorder March 8, 1907

Tuesday night, March 5th, at the Western State Hospital, Staunton, Miss Georgie, daughter of the late Asgal Stephenson, of the Williamsville neighborhood. 
STEPHENSON, Georgia V. "Georgie" (I124607)
 
3 NEWTON, Emily Regina Abel Lawrence

Emily Regina Abel Lawrence Newton died January 7, 2005 in Santa Barbara, California, at the age of ninety. She was born on May 30, 1914, in Washington, D.C., the elder child of Susan Maxwell Abel of Clarksburg, West Virginia, and Colonel Charles Abel and was the granddaughter of William Brent Maxwell and Emma Williams Maxwell of Clarksburg.

Emily grew up in Santa Barbara, where she attended Howard School in Montecito, and in New York where she graduated from Emma Willard School in Troy. She attended Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, and graduated from the Royal Academy in London, England, where she studied acting.

Always treasuring her West Virginia roots, she was a very generous donor to Alderson-Broaddus College, endowing the Maxwell Chair in the Humanities, as well as the Alderson-Broaddus College Scholarship Fund, established in memory of Emily's mother, Susan Alice Maxwell Tutenberg.

During her acting career she appeared on the New York stage and toured with Katherine Cornell in "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" as Henrietta. That tour included an extended overseas engagement with the USO, performing before military audiences during World War II. Among her many theatrical credits were Portia in "Julius Caesar" and Kathleen in "The Prescott Proposals."

She performed professionally under the stage name of Emily Lawrence.

Mrs. Newton was first married to Robert Lawrence Balzar of Los Angeles and then to Theodore Newton, also a stage and screen actor, who preceded her in death on February 28, 1963. Thereafter, she resided in Santa Barbara near her mother, Susan Tutenberg, who died in 1970.

She cared deeply for her fellow man and was a generous supporter of social and environmental causes throughout her lifetime, including Santa Barbara Rehabilitation Foundation, Santa Barbara County United Way, Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara, Planned Parenthood, Laguna Cottages for Seniors, Santa Barbara Foundation, Santa Barbara County Mental Health Assn., Santa Barbara Symphony Orchestra Assn., Santa Barbara Visiting Nurse Assn., Community Action Commission, KCET, Santa Barbara Humane Society, Environmental Defense Center, Community Environmental Council and G.O.O. (Get Oil Out), among many others.

Emily is survived by her brother, Brent Maxwell Abel and his wife, Corinne, of San Rafael, California; a stepson, David Newton of Northampton, Massachusetts; two step-grandchildren, Hillary and Peter Newton; a niece, Molly Abel Warner of Monterey, California; and a nephew, Brent M. Abel Jr. of Moraga, California.

In accordance with her wishes, no memorial service will be held and her ashes will be committed to the water of the Pacific Ocean.

Donations honoring the memory of Emily Newton may be made to the Santa Barbara Foundation, 15 East Carrillo St., Santa Barbara, CA 93101 or to the Santa Barbara Humane Society, 5399 Overpass Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93111.

Arrangements by Welch-Ryce-Haider.

http://newspress.com/obits/1-26-2005obits.htm 
ABEL, Emily Regina (I118585)
 
4 Patrick Haney in the 1830 United States Federal Census
Name: Patrick Haney
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Western District, Monongalia, Virginia
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 5 
Family F52443
 
5 William Elroy McCullough in the Virginia, Marriage Records, 1936-2014
Name: William Elroy McCullough
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 28
Birth Date: abt 1923
Marriage Registration Place: Tazewell, Virginia, USA
Marriage Date: 18 May 1951
Marriage Place: Tazewell, Virginia, USA
Father: Brance Elroy McCullough
Mother: Merle Mae Squires
Spouse: Ruth Mckee Talbott

Ruth Mckee Talbott in the Virginia, Marriage Records, 1936-2014
Name: Ruth Mckee Talbott
[Ruth Mckee McKee]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age: 36
Birth Date: abt 1915
Marriage Registration Place: Tazewell, Virginia, USA
Marriage Date: 18 May 1951
Marriage Place: Tazewell, Virginia, USA
Father: Richard Allen McKee
Mother: Viola L Eisensmith
Spouse: William Elroy McCullough 
Family F52885
 
6 "... Later he was located in Monroe County, Mississippi where he gave erroneous testimony that he was his father's sole living heir in an abortive attempt to receive the whole estate."
http://brennen.caltech.edu/kerr/apdx6b.htm 
MCREYNOLDS, John Dabney (I104072)
 
7 "A. A. BROWN, of Brown & Thompson, hardware merchants. Was born in Otsego County, N. Y., in 1840, and reared in Kalamazoo, Mich., where he studied the profession of dentistry. In May, 1861, he enlisted in the Second Michigan Infantry, serving three months; and on the 12th of August following re-enlisted in Company I, Second Michigan Cavalry; was almost immediately promoted to Quartermaster's Sergeant, and during the last year of the war acted as Quartermaster at Franklin Post, Tenn., and was mustered out of the service in September, 1865. He came to Kansas in January, 1866, locating at Topeka. Was for a year employed as baggagemaster on the K. P.R. R., after which he was employed as a clerk in hardware for some eight years, and during that period he learned the trade of gas and steam fitter. He was also for eight years a member of the Topeka Cornet Band, and for two years had charge of the fire department building at Topeka. Was then for three years engineer at the State Insane Asylum, and for three years engineer at the State Deaf and Dumb Asylum. He came to Olathe January 1, 1882, and in company with O. D. Dickey purchased the hardware stock of W. B. Walker. They conducted the business together until April 13, 1882, when Mr. Dickey sold out his interest to G. S. Thompson. Mr. Brown was married at Topeka, Kan., in 1875, to Lila Little. They have one son--Clarence W."
[William G. Cutler's "History of the State of Kansas," 1883, http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/johnson/johnson-co-p5.html ] 
BROWN, Ammi A. (I90633)
 
8 "About four years after his second marriage, James B. Davis returned to Doddridge County, West Virginia to live, where he was ordained and preached at the Middle Island Seventh Day Baptist Church. After his retirement they moved to Salem."
["Davis - The Settlers of Salem, West Virginia," p. 42] 
DAVIS, James Ball (I35952)
 
9 "According to a biographical sketch in 'The Horn Papers,' ... Richard Moody was an Englishman by birth and a tailor by trade. He arrived in Philadelphia in 1712, and in 1721 established Moody's Inn near Paterson, New Jersey, where his son Robert Moody, Sr. was born. MOODY, Richard (I35582)
 
10 "According to Chambers and other researchers, the relationship of Nicholas Muse to John Muse Sr. is unproven." MUSE, Nicholas (I35672)
 
11 "Adam and Jane (Hall) Kasson emigrated from Belfast, Ireland, sometime in the year 1722, and landed in Boston, Mass., with their family, consisting of seven sons and two daughters. From Boston they removed to Vountown, Conn., where he died Nov 1 1752, aged 71; his wife Mar 31 1767, aged 85. They called themselves Scotch-Irish, with some English blood intermixed; but some of their descendants claim to be of French descent, and left France in the time of the persecution of the Huguenots." Family F15477
 
12 "After graduating from West Virginia University with a degree in Music, she traveled through Northern West Virginia teaching music at multiple high schools. Following the guidance of her beloved father, who believed that personal growth and opportunity in the 1930's, required one to explore new people and challenges outside of the small town atmosphere of West Virginia, Virginia moved to Washington, D.C. Beginning an active life of travel unusual for single women at that time, she took a position with the Department of Housing and Urban Development. During World War II, she was active in the creation and management of emergency housing plans for families having to relocate due to loss of their husbands to the war. Following the war, Virginia was transferred to Atlanta in a regional management position for Housing and Urban Development " retiring in 1970. STUCK, Virginia Isabelle (I29399)
 
13 "After marrying Lucretia Green, Robert Moody Sr. settled in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania in 1759. A year later, he joined Thomas Cresap's group of explorers and traders to the Ohio River country. For nearly two years, he made his home at the 'forks' (presumably the confluence of the Ohio, Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers), then returned to his family in 1764. By then, they were living near the Cresap home on the Potomac River. In 1769, Robert Moody Sr. joined a party of settlers from Frederick County, Virginia, who headed for the Monongahela River territory. Upon locating a tract of land in Greene County, Pennsylvania, he settled there and fathered at least four children, including Robert Moody Jr., who grew to maturity. By 1794, his eldest son, William, was a merchant tailor in Greensboro." MOODY, Robert Sr. (I35580)
 
14 "Amos Bee was enrolling officer during the civil war, for Capt. Stone of Wheeling, preparing for draft. He served as deputy sheriff four years, 1877-81, was first clerk of the school board under the free school system, and has been clerk of the board of supervisors." BEE, Amos (I37182)
 
15 "Another family which not previously mentioned is the Strickling family, one of the most influential in the early history of the community. Dr. William and Matilda Strickling came here from Ohio, via Shirley where they lived a short while about the time of the Civil War. They founded their home at what is known as the Strickling Farm, now owned by John and Eleazer Freeman. Here they raised a family of nine children-eight boys and one girl. Dr. Strickling was a a teacher and one of the first County Superintendent, he was also a successful doctor, doing a great deal for the health of the community. But perhaps he was best known as a preacher. He spent many years preaching and practicing medicine. The last years of his life were given entirely to the ministry.

"All the Strickling family became successful teachers. F.E. served as County Superintendent of Schools in this county and is now Postmaster at West Union. James, after teaching for a time, graduated from Bethany College. He studied law and became a well known lawyer, and a member of the State Legislature, serving as Speaker of the House during a late session. His home is in Huntington."

"History of Nutter's Fork Community" (1925)
by Lily Smith Corathers 
Family F26483
 
16 "at B. L. Davises" Informant for marriage license: W. B. Allen. Family F41280
 
17 "at Clod Swigers" Family F40716
 
18 "at Duckworth Schoolhouse near Wilbur W.Va." Family F50845
 
19 "at House of John Eddy" Family F50146
 
20 "at J. E. Bates residence" Family F40787
 
21 "at James Wilson's" Family F42531
 
22 "at Joe McKinney's residence near Blandville, W.Va." Family F41016
 
23 "at John M. Hoey's" This was probably at Big Battle in Doddridge County. Family F41107
 
24 "at John Postlethwaits" "Consent given by Luther Postlethwait." Family F44607
 
25 "at Lot Enix's" Family F25105
 
26 "at or near the residence of George Freeman." Informant for marriage license: B. J. Scott. Family F7252
 
27 "at Residence of Widow Hendershot" Family F50140
 
28 "at Stouts" Informants for marriage license: George and Thomas Murphy, and James F. (?) Stout. Family F21659
 
29 "At the age of 12 years she made a public profession of religion, was baptized by Amos R. Wells, in a creek called Patterson's Fork, Va., now W. Va., and joined the Greenbrier Church. In those days children of that age were not supposed to be old enough to be Christians."
Obituary, "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 42, No 24, p 8, June 17, 1886.
https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=146168572 
DAVIS, Vienna (I115926)
 
30 "at the bride's home, Ira Williams, Rt 2, Cox's Mills, W.Va." Family F29593
 
31 "at the Depot" Wife's father incorrectly identified as David Weekley. Family F51119
 
32 "at the Double Bridges near Shiloh" Family F34000
 
33 "at the home of his son" GASTON, John Morris (I150)
 
34 "at the house of David Barker" Family F41168
 
35 "at the house of G. W. Moore" Family F26026
 
36 "at the house of J. W. Norris" Family F37406
 
37 "at the residence of Geo. Clice" Family F42285
 
38 "at the residence of the bride's mother" Family F16813
 
39 "at the watch box near Central Station" Family F39198
 
40 "Benjamin Family in America," p. 113, incorrectly reports John Brown's death as 1780. Connecticut vital records of the Barbour Collection show that 1780 was actually the year that he married, and that he had at least three children in the next few years. BROWN, John (I72137)
 
41 "Benjamin Family in America," p. 114, reports birth date as Apr 27 1769, but Connecticut Town Birth Records (Barbour Collection), show it as Nov 5 1767. BROWN, Hannah (I72147)
 
42 "between Harrisville and Ellenboro" TERRY, Jane (I91817)
 
43 "Camp Merritt was a military base at Cresskill, in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States, that was activated for use in World War I. It was from this camp that tens of thousands of soldiers were deployed to Hoboken, New Jersey before being shipped off to Europe. Approximately four million troops were sent to the Western Front during World War I, about one million of them passed through Camp Merritt. Camp Merritt was decommissioned in 1919."
[Source: Wikipedia] 
CRAWFORD, David Harry (I93583)
 
44 "Cemeteries of Elk District, Harrison County WV," p. 26, reports burial in unmarked grave in A. D. Douglas Cemetery at Raccoon Run, citing the statement of a local resident. But death record shows burial at Benedum Memorial Cemetery in Bridgeport. DOUGLAS, Jefferson Davis (I50893)
 
45 "Cemeteries of Grant District, Harrison County, WV," p. 28, reports birth date on headstone as May 8 1797. MORRIS, Elizabeth (I1360)
 
46 "Cemeteries of Grant District, Harrison County, WV," p. 28, reports death date as Aug 22 1856, age at death 1y 5m 23d. GASTON, Azalea (I1817)
 
47 "Cemeteries of Grant District," p. 39, reports death date on headstone as Apr 30 1869. MADDOX, William (I1442)
 
48 "Cemeteries of Tenmile District, Harrison County WV," p. 172, reports birth date as Jun 8 1859, and death date as Jul 17 1884. Name on headstone: Ella J. Lowther. DAVIS, Ellen Jane (I37875)
 
49 "Cemeteries of Union District, Harrison County WV" reports two graves for this Solomon Sommerville:
(1) Good Hope Masonic Cemetery, Solomon Sommerville, d. Nov 28 1872, age 44y 11m 9d (computes to birth date of Dec 19 1827).
(2) Old Bethel Cemetery, Solomon Sommerville, b. May 22 1823, d. Apr 28 1872, age 48y 11m 6d, son of James Sommerville II.
Age 43 given at time of 1863 marriage would put birth in about 1820, but ages given in 1850 and 1860 Censuses would but it in about 1824/25. No death record has been found. 
SOMMERVILLE, Solomon (I54731)
 
50 "Cemeteries of Union District, Harrison County WV," p. 12, reports birth date on headstone as 1888. But death record states birth date as Jun 4 1886, and age 21 given at time of marriage would also put birth in about 1886. DEBAR, Ila B. (I33142)
 

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