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1Belch, Nicholas Skeel Nick: Civil War letter written by Nicholas Skeel Nick Belch  (1837-1906)Belch, Nicholas Skeel "Nick": Civil War letter written by Nicholas Skeel "Nick" Belch (1837-1906)
Nicholas Skeel "Nick" Belch wrote this letter to George and Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney, his brother-in-law and sister-in-law, on May 14, 1863. Nicholas was in a Gallipolis Ohio hospital where care was given to wounded GAR soldiers. This letter is copyrighted by Don Coatney and comes from the Don Coatney Archives. Photo restoration was done by Lynn Weaver.
 
Nicholas Skeel "Nick" Belch
George Washington Coatney
Arminda Bernard Spurgeon
 
2Clark, Donald Edward: Don Clark (1921-2002) Football Article
Clark, Donald Edward: Don Clark (1921-2002) Football Article
This is an excerpt from the book, "As I Remember," written by Frank Hildebrand, a columnist for the Jennings (LA) Daily News. He is reminiscing about the great Jennings Bulldogs football teams of the past and singled out the 1939 team which had Don Clark as their All-State quarterback. That team won the Louisiana 3A State Football Championship, which was the highest category at the time. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material.
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Donald Edward Clark
 
3Clark, George Leo: Announcement of Office Opening for George Leo Clark (1888-1969)Clark, George Leo: Announcement of Office Opening for George Leo Clark (1888-1969)
Article was provided by Ann Frazer/Jan Worthy. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material.  
George Leo Clark
 
4Clark, George Leo: Business Announcement for George Leo Clark (1888-1969)Clark, George Leo: Business Announcement for George Leo Clark (1888-1969)
Announcement was provided by Ann Frazer/Jan Worthy. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. 
George Leo Clark
 
5Clark, George Leo: Knights of Columbus Article about George Leo Clark (1888-1969)Clark, George Leo: Knights of Columbus Article about George Leo Clark (1888-1969)
Article was provided by Ann Frazer/Jan Worthy. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. It may take a minute before you can activate this feature. 
George Leo Clark
 
6Clark, John Thomas: John Thomas Clark (1859-1904),  nominee for senator on the Union Silver ticket Clark, John Thomas: John Thomas Clark (1859-1904), nominee for senator on the Union Silver ticket
Article was provided by Ann Frazer/Jan Worthy. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. 
John Thomas Clark
 
7Clark, John Thomas: Newspaper Article announcing move of John Thomas Clark (1859-1904) to Hammond, IN Clark, John Thomas: Newspaper Article announcing move of John Thomas Clark (1859-1904) to Hammond, IN
Article was provided by Ann Frazer/Jan Worthy. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. 
John Thomas Clark
 
8Coatney Brothers' Trained Bears: Letters concerning Cuffy & Lucy, owned by Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934) & Charles Edward Coatney (1869-1894)Coatney Brothers' Trained Bears: Letters concerning Cuffy & Lucy, owned by Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934) & Charles Edward Coatney (1869-1894)
Information about the Coatney Brothers' Trained Bears came from letters in the Don Coatney Archives that were transcribed by Don Coatney, Elissa Landi Goodroe Coatney, and Alice Elaine Coatney. Civil War letters, both original and transcribed, may be found in Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/Coatney.html & at
http://www.bitsofblueandgray.com/ (the letters of William Curtis Morgan ) & at
http://www.letterscivilwar.com/index.html (look under contributers for Don Coatney). All above mentioned letters are copyrighted by Don Coatney. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. It may take a minute before you can activate this feature. 
Charles Edward Coatney
Thomas Jefferson Coatney
 
9 Coatney, Thomas Jefferson: Sketch of the Life Travels and Adventures of Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934)
Sketch of the Life Travels and Adventures of Thomas Jefferson Coatney came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html  
Marinda Close
George Washington Coatney
Thomas Jefferson Coatney
Arminda Bernard Spurgeon
Zephaniah Spurgeon
 
10Cockerill, Franklin Richard Frank, Jr.: Awarded Silver Star Article for gallantry in action to Franklin Richard Frank Cockerill, Jr. (1924-2009)Cockerill, Franklin Richard "Frank", Jr.: Awarded Silver Star Article for gallantry in action to Franklin Richard "Frank" Cockerill, Jr. (1924-2009)
Article was contributed by Patricia McManaman Cockerill to Clifton “Gayle” Cockerill’s website “Samuel Cockerill Genealogy” at http://olypen.com/cliffc/genealogy/index.html *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. 
Franklin Richard "Frank" Cockerill, Jr.
 
11Cockerill, Franklin Richard, Sr.  &  Catherine Lucy Katie Melia : Article about the family of  Franklin Richard Cockerill, Sr.  (1886-1965)  &  Catherine Lucy Katie Melia  (1890-1957)Cockerill, Franklin Richard, Sr. & Catherine Lucy "Katie" Melia : Article about the family of Franklin Richard Cockerill, Sr. (1886-1965) & Catherine Lucy "Katie" Melia (1890-1957)
Article on the family of Franklin Richard Cockerill, Sr. & Catherine Lucy "Katie" Melia Cockerill was contributed by Patricia McManaman Cockerill to Clifton “Gayle” Cockerill’s website “Samuel Cockerill Genealogy” at http://olypen.com/cliffc/genealogy/index.html *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. 
Frances L. Cockerill
Franklin Richard "Frank" Cockerill, Sr.
Franklin Richard "Frank" Cockerill, Jr.
Henry E. "Harry" Cockerill
James J. "Jim" Cockerill
Marjorie K. "Margie" Cockerill
Norell J. Cockerill
Patricia J. "Pat" Cockerill
Robert "Bob" Cockerill
Thomas J. "Tom" Cockerill
William R. "Bill" Cockerill
Catherine Lucy "Katie" Melia
 
12 Curfman, Alice: Condolence letter written by Alice Jo Curfman Pogue (b.1909)**SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Letter from Alice Jo Curfman Pogue to Margaret Florence "Maggie" Curfman Pogue (1868-1930) was written shortly after the death of Howard Luthern Pogue (1869-1928). Mentioned in the letter are Brown "Brownie" Pogue who is Howard's brother, and Edna “LaRue” Pogue Hoover’s (b. 1894) little girl who is Margaret Doris "Aunt Peg" Hoover, Howard’s granddaughter. The letter came from the Pogue Collection by Suzanne La Rue “Sana” Maelhorn McGhee. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material.  
Alice Jo Curfman
Alice Jo Curfman
Margaret Florence "Maggie" Curfman
Brown "Brownie" Pogue
Brown "Brownie" Pogue
Howard Luthern Pogue
 
13Estes, Thomas & Mary Sims: Book Excerpt of the Family History of Thomas Estes (b. 1793) & Mary Sims (b. before 1813)Estes, Thomas & Mary Sims: Book Excerpt of the Family History of Thomas Estes (b. 1793) & Mary Sims (b. before 1813)
This photocopy of the Family History of Thomas Estes & Mary Sims Estes came from the Toney Collection by Mary Jane Vandale Wood and probably originally came from WV Heritage Encyclopedia, Vol. 1, pages 165-166. Included in the photo are (L-R) Thomas Estes & Mary Sims Estes & an unidentified child. 
Emily Estes
Thomas Estes
Mary Sims
 
14Herron, Richard & Mary Skeels: Letter concerning Richard Herron (b: 1770-1775; d: 1857) & Mary Skeels (b: abt. 1779) & Nicholas Herron & Isaiah Herron & Antinette Herron & Samuel Ryan (b. 1794)
& Nicholas Skeels (b. abt. 1780-1865) & Isaac Skeels (1786-1866) & William Skeels II (d. 1824)Herron, Richard & Mary Skeels: Letter concerning Richard Herron (b: 1770-1775; d: 1857) & Mary Skeels (b: abt. 1779) & Nicholas Herron & Isaiah Herron & Antinette Herron & Samuel Ryan (b. 1794) & Nicholas Skeels (b. abt. 1780-1865) & Isaac Skeels (1786-1866) & William Skeels II (d. 1824)
Letter concerning Richard Herron & Mary Skeels Herron & Nicholas Herron & Isaiah Herron & Antinette Herron & Samuel Ryan & Nicholas Skeels & Isaac Skeels & William Skeels II came from Ginger White. The letter is filed with the Tuscarawas County Genealogical Society (P.O. Box 141, New Philadelphia, OH 44663), and is dated June 4, 1946, originally having been sent to Mrs. Scott and Walter, signed by J. T. Ryan. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. It may take a minute before you can activate this feature.  
Antinette Herron
Isaiah Herron
Nicholas Herron
Richard Herron
Samuel Ryan
Isaac Skeeles
Mary Skeels
Nicholas Skeels
William Skeels, II
 
15 Johnson, Myrtle May: THE HISTORY OF FATHER'S LIFE-ALBERT HARRISON JOHNSON by Myrtle May Johnson Weeth (1879-1968)
THE HISTORY OF FATHER'S LIFE-ALBERT HARRISON JOHNSON was written in 1955 by Myrtle May Johnson Weeth and came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble.  
Abraham Morrison Johnson
Albert H. "A.J." "Big Albert" Johnson
Albert Harrison "California Johnson" Johnson
Albert J. Johnson
Estella Leona "Stella" Johnson
Lillie May Johnson
Matilda Ellen "Tilda" "Tillie" Johnson
Myrtle May Johnson
Viola May Johnson
William Henry Harrison "Will" Patterson Johnson
Elmer Joseph Peery
John Thomas Peery, Jr.
John Thomas (M.D.) Peery
Harriet "Matilda" Savage
Lorene Shinn
Luthera May Van Dusen
Eugene "Gene" Weeth
George "Charles" Weeth
Georgia Cecil Weeth
Harold Charles Weeth
Lottie Weeth
Martha Haley Weeth
Minnie May Weeth
Ruby Rae Weeth
Vida June Weeth
Waldo Watson Weeth
Anna Rea "Annie" Wells
Charlie Clifton Wells
George W. Wells
George Washington Wells
Lillie Luthera Wells
Mable Nellie Wells
Pearl Wells
 
16Lockett, John : Letter concerning  Christina Tina Shiverdecker (1862-1935)Lockett, John : Letter concerning Christina "Tina" Shiverdecker (1862-1935)
Letter from T.A. Caveniss of Ursa, MO, was written May 1, 1897, to John Lockett about having John’s granddaughter Christina "Tina" Shiverdecker Kinder come to pick strawberries for him. Letter came from Glen W. Kinder. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material.  
John Owen Lockett
Christina "Tina" Shiverdecker
 
17McManaman, Patricia : Newspaper Article about Patricia McManaman (1927-2013)McManaman, Patricia : Newspaper Article about Patricia McManaman (1927-2013)
Newspaper Article about Patricia McManaman Cockerill came from the Clifton “Gayle” Cockerill Archives. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material.  
Patricia McManaman
 
18Pogue, Solomon: Solomon “Sol”  Pogue (1834-1905) Early Families ArticlePogue, Solomon: Solomon “Sol” Pogue (1834-1905) Early Families Article
Early Families Article by J. T. Simmers (from information in his grandfather’s diary) appeared on March 22, 1940 and came from Rev. Lee E. Daywalt. 
Elizabeth Null
Charles Pogue
Frances V. Pogue
George C. "Willie" Pogue
Ida Pogue
John Alexander Pogue
Margaret Elizabeth "Maggie" Pogue
Solomon "Sol" Pogue
 
19 Robbins, Harvey: HISTORY OF JACOB ROBBINS AND SARAH SPILLMAN by Harvey Robbins (1833-1925) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
The HISTORY OF JACOB ROBBINS AND SARAH SPILLMAN by Harvey Robbins is the story of the lives of Jacob Robbins and Sarah Spillman Robbins and their family, including their journey on the Oregon Trail. This history came from the Willard "Jack" Davis Archives. [Also, see "William Franklin Robbins Letter about the Oregon Trail Journey" at Kevin Mittge's site at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mittge/robbins/robbins.html ]
 
Absalom Barnes
Elizabeth Hall
Nancy Hanks
Nancy Hanks
William Hanks
Aaron Robbins
Amanda Robbins
Amanda Minerva Robbins
Angeline Robbins
Emaline Robbins
Harvey Robbins
Jacob "Red House Jake" "Pappy" Robbins
Jacob II "Big Toe Jake" Robbins
Jacob II "Big Toe Jake" Robbins
Jane Robbins
Levi Robbins
Mahala "Malley" Robbins
Martin Robbins
Nancy Robbins
Nancy "Jane" Robbins
Nathaniel (Dr.) "Uncle Natty" Robbins
Oliver "Uncle Ol" Robbins
Theodore Robbins
Thomas Robbins
William Franklin Robbins
Zobede (Zabedia) Robbins
Sarah "Sary" Spilman\Spillman
Sarah "Sary" Spilman\Spillman
 
20 Robbins, Harvey: PIONEER REMINISCENCES by Harvey Robbins (1833-1925)
PIONEER REMINISCENCES by Harvey Robbins is the story of Harvey Robbins' service in the Rouge River Indian War, beginning in October of 1855. He was there for eight months, then reenlisted to go to Walla Walla and Yakima to fight the Cayuse and Yakima Indians. This history came from the Willard "Jack" Davis Archives.  
Harvey Robbins
 
21 Robbins, Jacob "Red House Jake" "Pappy" & Sarah Spillman Robbins: Jacob "Red House Jake" "Pappy" Robbins (1809-1896) & Sarah Spillman Robbins (b.1813) account, JACOB AND SARAH SPILLMAN ROBBINS AND FAMILY IN OREGON AND THE MOLALLA PRAIRIE by Zella S. Muller **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
This brief account, JACOB AND SARAH SPILLMAN ROBBINS AND FAMILY IN OREGON AND THE MOLALLA PRAIRIE by Zella S. Muller, tells of the departure of the family from Greenburg, Indiana, on March 19, 1852 and their lives after they arrived in Oregon. This document came from the Willard "Jack" Davis Archives. (In both the title and text of this history, Molalla is misspelled several times.) 
Ediff Barger
Thomas C. Benson
Ela Dillian
Ellen Reese
Harvey Robbins
Jacob "Red House Jake" "Pappy" Robbins
Levi Robbins
Martin Robbins
Nancy "Jane" Robbins
Oliver "Uncle Ol" Robbins
Sarah Ellen Robbins
Thomas Robbins
Sarah "Sary" Spilman\Spillman
Sarah "Sary" Spilman\Spillman
Mary "Aunt Mary" Thompson
Rose Unknown
Perona Willoughby
 
22 Sharp, Kate: GOOD BYE INDIANA by Kate Sharp Jones **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
GOOD BYE INDIANA by Kate Sharp Jones is the story of the Robbins Family on the Oregon Trail. This account, which came from the Willard "Jack" Davis Archives, was given to Margaret Davis by Kate Sharp Jones in 1968. [Also, see "William Franklin Robbins Letter about the Oregon Trail Journey" at Kevin Mittge's site at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mittge/robbins/robbins.html ]
 
Absalom Barnes
Norval Barnes
William Barnes
Joseph Barstow
Permelia A. Bird
John Hamiliton
Minerva Hamilton
Malvina Meyers
Adeline Robbins
Amanda Robbins
Angeline Robbins
Dow Robbins
Emaline Robbins
George Robbins
Harvey Robbins
James "Jim" Robbins
Jane Robbins
Levi Robbins
Mahala "Malley" Robbins
Margaret Robbins
Martin Robbins
Melissa Robbins
Nancy Robbins
Nancy Robbins
Nancy Jane Robbins
Nathaniel Robbins
Nathaniel "Norval" Robbins
Nathaniel (Dr.) "Uncle Natty" Robbins
Oliver "Uncle Ol" Robbins
Sarah Robbins
William Franklin Robbins
Zobede (Zabedia) Robbins
Kate Sharp
William Sharp
 
23Shiverdecker, Eugene: Tribute to Eugene Shiverdecker (1904-1986)Shiverdecker, Eugene: Tribute to Eugene Shiverdecker (1904-1986)
Tribute to Eugene Shiverdecker was written by Janet, a family friend, and came from Steve Shiverdecker. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material.
 
Eugene Shiverdecker
 
24Skeels, Caleb H. Roxy Jane: Caleb H. Roxy Jane Skeels (1818-1884) Book Excerpt
Skeels, Caleb H. "Roxy Jane": Caleb H. "Roxy Jane" Skeels (1818-1884) Book Excerpt
Biographical information concerning Caleb H. "Roxy Jane" Skeels came from Richard E. Skeels. It originally appeared in Skeels Family History 1720-1980, pp. 33-34, (which includes the text of a hard back bound book, compiled and printed by George W. Roof in 1903 in Albion, IN). Important contributors to Section II of the above text were: Hazel Brown McCollough & Mrs. J. Harry Kidwell & Mrs. Edmund Schafer & Col. Mortimer
Bennet. Kenton M. Kidd organized and compiled the combined three book edition of Skeels Family History 1720-1980. Part of the earlier books were set in type at South Side Press by Wayne Favinger, aged 15 yrs.
 
Caleb H. "Roxy Jane" Skeels
 
25 Stover, Okey R.: UPPER PAINT CREEK which is a history of Upper Paint Creek, Raleigh Co.,WV, written by Okey R. Stover (1894-1990)
Amanda E. Douglass provided us with a copy of UPPER PAINT CREEK by OKEY R. STOVER via her brother and her Aunt Rose Lee Edmonds Kraushaar. *** UPPER PAINT CREEK by OKEY R. STOVER is a history of Upper Paint Creek, Raleigh Co., WV, and may also be found in its entirety at Gracie Stover's website: UPPER PAINT CREEK by OKEY STOVER: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ggracie/okey.html and at Thomas W. Dillion II's website, DILLION FAMILY GENEALOGY-HISTORY:
http://noillid2.150m.com/history/upc00001.html *** The text of UPPER PAINT CREEK by OKEY R. STOVER that appears on the FORNEY/ CLARK GENEALOGY PAGES was taken in its entirety from Thomas W. Dillion II’s website. *** The photo ASA SPANGLER'S MILL AT CIRTSVILLE was contributed by Rebecca Lilly Segura to:
RALEIGH CO., WV WEBSITE, PART OF WVGEN WEB (This site is maintained by Gracie Stover, Jeannie Watts, Lesley Shockley, and Valerie Forren Cook):
http://www.rootsweb.com/~wvraleig/index.htm

 
Okey Ray Stover
 
26Thompson, Bernard N.: Newspaper Article about American Army Air Corps Pilot Bernard N. Thompson (1919-1998)Thompson, Bernard N.: Newspaper Article about American Army Air Corps Pilot Bernard N. Thompson (1919-1998)
Newspaper Article came from the Don Coatney Archives. *Remember to click at the bottom right of the image to enlarge the material. It may take a minute before you can activate this feature.  
Bernard N. Thompson
 
27 Weeth, Nellie Marie: “Epidemic Took Toll” as told by Nellie Marie Weeth George (1880-1986)
”Epidemic Took Toll” was told by Nellie Marie Weeth George to a reporter in 1976 at the Wichita Falls Record News. This news article came from the Johnson/ Weeth Archives by Gerry Weeth Trimble.  
Gertrude Kappius
Albert John Weeth
Andrew Weeth
Bertha Mable Weeth
Emma Jane Weeth
Eugene Weeth
George "Charles" Weeth
Gilbert Stephen Weeth
Martha Weeth
Milton Guy Weeth
Nell Marie "Nellie" Weeth
Theresa Weeth
Walter William Weeth
 
28Wheeler, Harold: WWII V-mail written by Harold Wheeler (1920-1988)Wheeler, Harold: WWII V-mail written by Harold Wheeler (1920-1988)
This V-mail from Harold Wheeler to the Clarence Cockerill family was written September 27, 1943, from somewhere in the south Pacific. It mentions Donald Cockerill, Darrell Cockerill, and Lucille Wheeler. The V-mail came from the Clifton Cockerill Archives. 
Mabel Elma Bohnstedt
Beverly Cockerill
Clarence Cockerill
Clifton "Gayle" Cockerill
Darrell Cockerill
Donald "Don" Cockerill
Wendell Cockerill
Harold Wheeler
Lucille Wheeler
 



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