Julia A. Zinn1

F, b. 20 May 1860, d. August 1928
     Julia A. Zinn was born on 20 May 1860.2,3 She was the daughter of Alexander Zinn and Mary (?)2 Julia A. Zinn married John Elliot Starks, son of Adam Oliver Starks and Susanah E. "Susan" Jones, on 6 October 1881 in Upshur, West Virginia.4 Julia A. Zinn died in August 1928 at age 68.3
Last Edited26 Apr 2012
Father*Alexander Zinn2
Mother*Mary (?)2

Citations

  1. [S8] Marriage Records: WV, Upshur 1851 - 1896 - Cochran.
  2. [S8] Marriage Records: WV, Upshur 1851 - 1896 - Cochran, Starks, John 24 Barbour s/o Adam & Susan
    Zinn, Julia A. 21 Barbour/Upshur d/o Alexander & Mary
    m. 6 Oct 1881.
  3. [S210] Genealogy.com: Teets Family Genealogy Forum, John E. Starks, posted by Kathy Lewis Leighly, John E. STARKS b:Feb.7, 1857 WV d: June 1932 married
    Julia Ann ZINN b:May 20,1860 WV d: Aug. 1928.
  4. [S8] Marriage Records: WV, Upshur 1851 - 1896 - Cochran, October 6, 1881
    Starks, John 24 Barbour s/o Adam & Susan
    Zinn, Julia A. 21 Barbour/Upshur d/o Alexander & Mary.
  5. [S269] Ancestry.com: Message Board, Starks, Veronica (Smith?), Re: Adam Oliver Starks, 12/28/2004, and email to John Teets from Sally Starks, Found in Rootsweb message board, 2/15/2005.

Alexander Zinn1

M
     Alexander Zinn married Mary (?)1
Last Edited19 Dec 2004

Child of Alexander Zinn and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S8] Marriage Records: WV, Upshur 1851 - 1896 - Cochran.
  2. [S8] Marriage Records: WV, Upshur 1851 - 1896 - Cochran, Starks, John 24 Barbour s/o Adam & Susan
    Zinn, Julia A. 21 Barbour/Upshur d/o Alexander & Mary
    m. 6 Oct 1881.

Mary (?)1

F
     Mary (?) married Alexander Zinn.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012

Child of Mary (?) and Alexander Zinn

Citations

  1. [S8] Marriage Records: WV, Upshur 1851 - 1896 - Cochran.
  2. [S8] Marriage Records: WV, Upshur 1851 - 1896 - Cochran, Starks, John 24 Barbour s/o Adam & Susan
    Zinn, Julia A. 21 Barbour/Upshur d/o Alexander & Mary
    m. 6 Oct 1881.

Samuel Starks1

M, d. between 1840 and 1850
     Samuel Starks was the son of John Starks.2 Samuel Starks married Eleanor Lough, daughter of Adam Lough, on 25 December 1828 in Nicholas, Virginia.1,3,4 Samuel Starks died between 1840 and 1850 in Braxton, West Virginia.5
Last Edited9 Sep 2005
Father*John Starks2

Citations

  1. [S146] Sally Starks, Ancestry.com post on Pennsylvania Counties Berks, subject Lough/Starks, dated 6/3/2004. Adam Starks, his parents Samuel Starks s/o John Starks, and his mother Eleanor Lough d/o Adam Lough s/o George Lough.
  2. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, More of Adam's children, 2/16/2005.
  3. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, Adam Starks parent, dated 1/17/2005.
  4. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, Samuel and Eleanor Starks, 8/12/2005.
  5. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, Lough's, 9/9/2005; Descendants of George Lough.
  6. [S269] Ancestry.com: Message Board, Starks, Veronica (Smith?), Re: Adam Oliver Starks, 12/28/2004, and email to John Teets from Sally Starks, Found in Rootsweb message board, 2/15/2005.

Eleanor Lough1

F, b. 1808
     Eleanor Lough was born in 1808.3 She was the daughter of Adam Lough.2 Eleanor Lough married Samuel Starks, son of John Starks, on 25 December 1828 in Nicholas, Virginia.2,4,5
Last Edited26 Apr 2012
Father*Adam Lough2 b. 19 Aug 1778, d. 20 Nov 1854

Citations

  1. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, 7//27/2006, Lough/Starks:
    Samuel Starks, unknown birth place, died prior to 1850 but after the 1840 census. Was living in Braxton county for the 1840 census. Samuel married Eleanor Lough, (born abt. 1808) in Nicholas County, Which is now part of Braxton County, Va., Dec. 25, 1828. Eleanor Lough was a daughter of Adam Lough Born August 19, 1778 in Pendleton County and died November 20, 1854 in Braxton County. Adam was a son of George Peter Lough and Mary Magdalena Siehl. Eleanor Lough Starks was daughter of Mary "Polly" Skidmore born December 18, 1784 in Pendleton County a daughter of Captain John Skidmore and Mary Magdalena "Polly" Hinkle born Feb. 1, 1741/42 and died Oct. 18, 1829. Adam Lough and Mary Polly Skidmore married November 27, 1803.
  2. [S146] Sally Starks, Ancestry.com post on Pennsylvania Counties Berks, subject Lough/Starks, dated 6/3/2004. Adam Starks, his parents Samuel Starks s/o John Starks, and his mother Eleanor Lough d/o Adam Lough s/o George Lough.
  3. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, Lough's, 9/9/2005; Descendants of George Lough.
  4. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, Adam Starks parent, dated 1/17/2005.
  5. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, Samuel and Eleanor Starks, 8/12/2005.
  6. [S269] Ancestry.com: Message Board, Starks, Veronica (Smith?), Re: Adam Oliver Starks, 12/28/2004, and email to John Teets from Sally Starks, Found in Rootsweb message board, 2/15/2005.

Adam Lough1

M, b. 19 August 1778, d. 20 November 1854
     Adam Lough was born on 19 August 1778 in Pendleton, Virginia.3 He was the son of George Peter Lough and Mary Magdalene Siehl.2,1 Adam Lough married Mary Skidmore, daughter of John A. Skidmore and Mary Magdalena "Polly" Hinkle, on 27 November 1803.2 Adam Lough died on 20 November 1854 in Braxton, Virginia, at age 76.3
Last Edited29 Aug 2006
Father*George Peter Lough1
Mother*Mary Magdalene Siehl2

Family: Adam Lough and Mary Skidmore

Child of Adam Lough

Citations

  1. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, 7//27/2006, Lough/Starks:
    Samuel Starks, unknown birth place, died prior to 1850 but after the 1840 census. Was living in Braxton county for the 1840 census. Samuel married Eleanor Lough, (born abt. 1808) in Nicholas County, Which is now part of Braxton County, Va., Dec. 25, 1828. Eleanor Lough was a daughter of Adam Lough Born August 19, 1778 in Pendleton County and died November 20, 1854 in Braxton County. Adam was a son of George Peter Lough and Mary Magdalena Siehl. Eleanor Lough Starks was daughter of Mary "Polly" Skidmore born December 18, 1784 in Pendleton County a daughter of Captain John Skidmore and Mary Magdalena "Polly" Hinkle born Feb. 1, 1741/42 and died Oct. 18, 1829. Adam Lough and Mary Polly Skidmore married November 27, 1803.
  2. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, Re: New "Places" Button, dated 1/12/2005.
  3. [S146] Sally Starks, email to John Teets, Lough's, 9/9/2005; Descendants of George Lough.
  4. [S146] Sally Starks, Ancestry.com post on Pennsylvania Counties Berks, subject Lough/Starks, dated 6/3/2004. Adam Starks, his parents Samuel Starks s/o John Starks, and his mother Eleanor Lough d/o Adam Lough s/o George Lough.

Carl Jesse Cutright1,2

M, b. 13 June 1883, d. 27 May 1969
ChartsAncestors of Barbara Jean "Bobby" Melton Teets
Carl Jesse Cutright
Carl Jesse Cutright (standing) with Allen Brady Cutright
     Carl Jesse Cutright was born on 13 June 1883 in Upshur, West Virginia.3,4,5,6,7 He was the son of Lemuel Rollins Cutright and Salina Butcher Brady.1 Carl Jesse Cutright married Sarah Bivia "Viv" Marsh, daughter of Gilbert M. Marsh and Mary (?), on 21 May 1913 in Lewis, West Virginia.8 Carl Jesse Cutright died on 27 May 1969 in Buckhannon, Upshur, West Virginia, at age 85.3,9,10 He was buried on 29 May 1969 in Hinkleville, Upshur, West Virginia.9
Last Edited10 Jun 2010
Father*Lemuel Rollins Cutright1 b. 3 Feb 1850, d. 25 Sep 1928
Mother*Salina Butcher Brady1 b. 19 Apr 1843, d. 31 Mar 1917

Children of Carl Jesse Cutright and Sarah Bivia "Viv" Marsh

     From "The History of Upshur County West Virginia", by W. B. Cutright:

"JESSE CARL CUTRIGHT. born June 13, 1883, son of Lemuel R. Cutright and Salina Brady, the daughter of William Brady; the grandson of Elmore Cutright. who is a son of Jacob Cutright. who is a son of John Cutright of Sycamore tree notority. He was raised on a farm and has completed a course of study prescribed for the public school. Since his graduation from the public school, he has farmed some. he has railroaded some and has worked in coal mines."11 Carl Jesse Cutright registered for the WWI Draft on on 12 September 1918 in Buckhannon, Upshur, West Virginia.4 He registered for the WWII Draft on on 27 April 1942 in Buckhannon, Upshur, West Virginia.5 He lived in November 1959 in Adrian, Upshur, West Virginia.12 He lived in 1967 in Adrian, Upshur, West Virginia.13

Citations

  1. [S150] Ancestry.com: Cutright Ancestry 1-22-04, Cathy Brooks, http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  2. [S153] Carrie Foster, email to John Teets, Subject: Something for you attached, dated 12//20/2004. Name Sarah Bivia Marsh on Wedding Certificate.
  3. [S27] Ancestry.com: Social Security Death Index, Name: Carl Cutright
    SSN: 232-16-7781
    Last Residence: 26210 Adrian, Upshur, West Virginia, United States of America
    Born: 13 Jun 1883
    Died: May 1969
    State (Year) SSN issued: North Carolina or West Virginia (Before 1951).
  4. [S351] Ancestry.com: World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Name: Carl Jesse Cutright
    City: Not Stated
    County: Upshur
    State: West Virginia
    Birth Date: 13 Jun 1883
    Race: White
    Roll: 1992966
    DraftBoard: 0.
  5. [S743] Ancestry.com: U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Record, Name: Noble Floyd Conner
    Birth Date: 12 Aug 1885
    Residence: Kanawha, West Virginia
    Birth: Kanawha, West Virginia
    Race: White
    Roll: WW2_2243970.
  6. [S1217] Familysearch Labs, Groom: Carl Jesse Cutright
    Groom's Age:
    Groom's Estimated Birth Year:
    Groom's Birth Date:
    Groom's Birthplace:
    Bride: Sarah Bivia Marsh
    Bride's Age:
    Bride's Estimated Birth Year:
    Bride's Birth Date:
    Bride's Birthplace:
    Marriage Type: Marriage
    Marriage Date: 1913
    Marriage Place: Lewis, West Virginia, United States
    Groom's Father:
    Groom's Mother:
    Bride's Father:
    Bride's Mother:
    Groom's Marital Status:
    Groom's Previous Wife:
    Bride's Marital Status:
    Bride's Previous Husband:
    Film Number: 825115
    Digital Folder Number: 4130807
    Image Number: 00485
    Reference Number:
    Source: County Records
    Collection: West Virginia Marriages, 1853-1970.
  7. [S606] Marriage Records: WV, Division of Culture and History, May 21, 1913 in Lewis County, West Virginia by G. H. Snyder
    Cutright, Carl Jesse, 29, b. Upshur County, West Virginia, resides Upshur County, West Virginia, s/o L. R. Cutright and S. B. Cutright
    Marsh, Sarah Bivia, 28, single, b. Lewis County, West Virginia, resides Lewis County, West Virginia, d/o G. M. Mrsh and Mary Marsh.
  8. [S606] Marriage Records: WV, Division of Culture and History, May 21, 1913 in Lewis County, West Virginia by G. H. Snyder
    Cutright, Carl Jesse, 29, b. Upshur County, West Virginia, resides Upshur County, West Virginia, s/o L. R. Cutright and S. B. Cutright
    Marsh, Sarah Bivia, 28, single, b. Lewis County, West Virginia, resides Lewis County, West Virginia, d/o G. M. Marsh and Mary Marsh.
  9. [S537] Death Records: WV Division of Culture and History, http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_select.aspx, Line 36, Jesse Carl Cutright, born June 13, 1883, miner and carpenter, age 85, s/o Lemuel R. Cutright and Salina Brady, died May 27, 1969 in St. Joseph's Hospital, Buckhannon, Upshur County, West Virginia. Buried May 29, 1969 in Pleasant Dale Cemetery, Upshur County, West Virginia.
  10. [S1217] Familysearch Labs, Name: Jesse Carl Cutright
    Death Date: 27 May 1969
    Death Place: Buckhannon, Upshur Co., West Virginia
    Gender: Male
    Age: 85 years
    Estimated Birth Year: 13 Jun 1883
    Birth Place: West Va.
    Marital Status: Widowed
    Spouse's Name:
    Father's Name: Lemuel R. Cutright
    Father's Birthplace:
    Mother's Name: Salina Brady
    Mother's Birthplace:
    Occupation: Miner & Carpenter
    Street Address:
    Residence:
    Cemetery: Pleasant Dale Ch.
    Burial Place: Buckhannon
    Burial Date: 29 May 1969
    Film Number: 816156
    Digital Folder Number: 4229108
    Image Number: 234
    Source: County Records
    Reference Number:
    Collection: West Virginia Deaths, 1853-1970.
  11. [S7] Book: "The History of Upshur County, West Virginia: From Its Earliest Exploration and Settlement to the Present Time", by W.B. Cutright, 1907.
  12. [S153] Carrie Foster, Obituary for Maude Sena Cutright, 11/24/1959.
  13. [S153] Carrie Foster, Obituary for James Everett Cutright, 1967.
  14. [S93] Bobby Teets (Barbara Melton Teets) Personal Files, Legally changed name from Mary Hazel to Barbara.
  15. [S93] Bobby Teets (Barbara Melton Teets) Personal Files.

Lemuel Rollins Cutright1

M, b. 3 February 1850, d. 25 September 1928
ChartsAncestors of Barbara Jean "Bobby" Melton Teets
     Lemuel Rollins Cutright was born on 3 February 1850 in Lewis, Virginia.2,3,4 He was the son of Elmore Cutright and Nancy A. Wolf.1 Lemuel Rollins Cutright married Salina Butcher Brady, daughter of William S. Brady, on 14 November 1867.2 Lemuel Rollins Cutright died on 25 September 1928 in Upshur, West Virginia, at age 78.1 He was buried after 25 September 1928 in Upshur, West Virginia.1
Last Edited24 Nov 2009
Father*Elmore Cutright1 b. 31 Dec 1820, d. 1905
Mother*Nancy A. Wolf1 b. 10 Jan 1823

Children of Lemuel Rollins Cutright and Salina Butcher Brady

     The History of West Virginia, Old and New
Published 1923, The American Historical Society, Inc.,
Chicago and New York, Volume III,
pg. 579-580


LEMUEL R. CUTRIGHT, of Upshur County, is in his seventy-
second year, and is probably the youngest Grand Army man
in West Virginia. Ue was in service only the latter months
of the great struggle, but four of his older brothers were in
the service practically from the beginning of the war. The
Cutrights have been a prominent family in Upshur County
since pioneer days, and the name has always been associated
with stalwart Americanism.

Lemuel R. Cutright, who is still living on his farm on
the French Creek Pike, a half mile north of Adrian, was
burn in Upshur County, February 3, 1850, son of Elmore
aud Nancy A. (Wolfe) Cutright. His father was born near
Hampton, West Virginia, December 31, 1820, and his mother
on Middle Fork in Upshur County, January 10, 1823. After
their marriage they settled on a farm near Hampton, and
in October, 1870, moved to another farm in Rowan County,
where they lived out their lives. They were devout Meth-
odists in religion, aud the father always upheld the prin-
ciples of the republican party. In their family were twelve
children, a brief record of whom follows: Mifflin, born
April 9, 1841, who was one of the soldiers of the family in
the Civil war; Granville S., born October 29, 1842, who
also had a military record; Abraham, burn March 23, 1844,
who died while in the army; Mary E., born November 14,
1845, now deceased; Jacob E., burn July 6, 1847, who was
a soldier and is still living; Lemuel R; Asa, born August
6, 1851; James A., born July 5, 1853, deceased; Alonzo,
born December 13, 1854; Columbus, born May 6, 1856;
Indiana, born December 27; 1857; and Derwinda J., born
May 18, 1859.

Lemuel R. Cutright grew up on a farm, was educated in
the common schools, and in 1865, at the age of fifteen, was
mustered into Company I of the Third West Virginia
Cavalry. He was with that command during the concluding
phases of the Civil war, and then came home and went to
work on the farm. Farming has been his steady occupation
during all subsequent years, and he still lives on his place
of fifty-seven acres. He is one of the directors of the Bank
of Adrian, is a member of the Grand Army Post at Buck-
hannon and has stanchly upheld the republican party in
many successive campaigns.

On November 14, 1867, Mr. Cutright married Salina
Brady. Her death on March 31, 1917, occurred only a few
months before they should have celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary. To their marriage were born eleven
children: Aura M., born October 16, 1870, at home; Allen
B., born January 2, 1873, deputy sheriff of Upshur County;
Elva, born June 3, 1875, wife of Charles Hyre; James E.,
born June 10, 1877; Bertha, born Jane 2, ly79, deceased;
Holly, born May 27, 1881; Carl, born June 13, 1883; Maude,
born October 5, 1885, wife of Mack Cutright; Lora, born
September 2, 1888, wife of G. C. Marsh; and two other chil-
dren that died in infancy.5

Citations

  1. [S150] Ancestry.com: Cutright Ancestry 1-22-04, Cathy Brooks, http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  2. [S7] Book: "The History of Upshur County, West Virginia: From Its Earliest Exploration and Settlement to the Present Time", by W.B. Cutright, 1907, The History of West Virginia, Old and New
    Published 1923, The American Historical Society, Inc.,
    Chicago and New York, Volume III,
    pg. 579-580

    LEMUEL R. CUTRIGHT, of Upshur County, is in his seventy-
    second year, and is probably the youngest Grand Army man
    in West Virginia. Ue was in service only the latter months
    of the great struggle, but four of his older brothers were in
    the service practically from the beginning of the war. The
    Cutrights have been a prominent family in Upshur County
    since pioneer days, and the name has always been associated
    with stalwart Americanism.

    Lemuel R. Cutright, who is still living on his farm on
    the French Creek Pike, a half mile north of Adrian, was
    burn in Upshur County, February 3, 1850, son of Elmore
    aud Nancy A. (Wolfe) Cutright. His father was born near
    Hampton, West Virginia, December 31, 1820, and his mother
    on Middle Fork in Upshur County, January 10, 1823. After
    their marriage they settled on a farm near Hampton, and
    in October, 1870, moved to another farm in Rowan County,
    where they lived out their lives. They were devout Meth-
    odists in religion, aud the father always upheld the prin-
    ciples of the republican party. In their family were twelve
    children, a brief record of whom follows: Mifflin, born
    April 9, 1841, who was one of the soldiers of the family in
    the Civil war; Granville S., born October 29, 1842, who
    also had a military record; Abraham, burn March 23, 1844,
    who died while in the army; Mary E., born November 14,
    1845, now deceased; Jacob E., burn July 6, 1847, who was
    a soldier and is still living; Lemuel R.; Asa, born August
    6, 1851; James A., born July 5, 1853, deceased; Alonzo,
    born December 13, 1854; Columbus, born May 6, 1856;
    Indiana, born December 27; 1857; and Derwinda J., born
    May 18, 1859.

    Lemuel R. Cutright grew up on a farm, was educated in
    the common schools, and in 1865, at the age of fifteen, was
    mustered into Company I of the Third West Virginia
    Cavalry. He was with that command during the concluding
    phases of the Civil war, and then came home and went to
    work on the farm. Farming has been his steady occupation
    during all subsequent years, and he still lives on his place
    of fifty-seven acres. He is one of the directors of the Bank
    of Adrian, is a member of the Grand Army Post at Buck-
    hannon and has stanchly upheld the republican party in
    many successive campaigns.

    On November 14, 1867, Mr. Cutright married Salina
    Brady. Her death on March 31, 1917, occurred only a few
    months before they should have celebrated their golden
    wedding anniversary. To their marriage were born eleven
    children: Aura M., born October 16, 1870, at home; Allen
    B., born January 2, 1873, deputy sheriff of Upshur County;
    Elva, born June 3, 1875, wife of Charles Hyre; James E.,
    born June 10, 1877; Bertha, born Jane 2, ly79, deceased;
    Holly, born May 27, 1881; Carl, born June 13, 1883; Maude,
    born October 5, 1885, wife of Mack Cutright; Lora, born
    September 2, 1888, wife of G. C. Marsh; and two other chil-
    dren that died in infancy.
  3. [S444] Census: 1850 Lewis, Virginia, District 30, Page 115, August 15, 1850, HH#762-770
    Cutright, Elmore, 30, farmer, VA
    Nancy, 27, VA
    Miffin, 10, VA
    Granville, 7, VA
    Abram, 5, VA
    Mary E., 4, VA
    Irving, 3, VA
    Lemuel, 0, VA.
  4. [S183] Census: 1860 Upshur, Virginia, Buckhannon, July 12, 1860, HH#834-840
    Cutright, Elmore, 40, farmer, VA
    Nancy, 38, VA
    Mifflin, 20, VA
    Granville, 17, VA
    Abram, 16, VA
    Mary E., 15, VA
    Jacob E., 14, VA
    Lem'l, 12, VA
    Asa S., 10, VA
    Jas A., 9, VA
    Alonzo, 7, VA
    Columbus, 5, VA
    Indiana, 3, VA
    Derinda J., 1, VA.
  5. [S7] Book: "The History of Upshur County, West Virginia: From Its Earliest Exploration and Settlement to the Present Time", by W.B. Cutright, 1907, The History of West Virginia, Old and New
    Published 1923, The American Historical Society, Inc.,
    Chicago and New York, Volume III,
    pg. 579-580

    LEMUEL R. CUTRIGHT, of Upshur County, is in his seventy-
    second year, and is probably the youngest Grand Army man
    in West Virginia. Ue was in service only the latter months
    of the great struggle, but four of his older brothers were in
    the service practically from the beginning of the war. The
    Cutrights have been a prominent family in Upshur County
    since pioneer days, and the name has always been associated
    with stalwart Americanism.

    Lemuel R. Cutright, who is still living on his farm on
    the French Creek Pike, a half mile north of Adrian, was
    burn in Upshur County, February 3, 1850, son of Elmore
    aud Nancy A. (Wolfe) Cutright. His father was born near
    Hampton, West Virginia, December 31, 1820, and his mother
    on Middle Fork in Upshur County, January 10, 1823. After
    their marriage they settled on a farm near Hampton, and
    in October, 1870, moved to another farm in Rowan County,
    where they lived out their lives. They were devout Meth-
    odists in religion, aud the father always upheld the prin-
    ciples of the republican party. In their family were twelve
    children, a brief record of whom follows: Mifflin, born
    April 9, 1841, who was one of the soldiers of the family in
    the Civil war; Granville S., born October 29, 1842, who
    also had a military record; Abraham, burn March 23, 1844,
    who died while in the army; Mary E., born November 14,
    1845, now deceased; Jacob E., burn July 6, 1847, who was
    a soldier and is still living; Lemuel R.; Asa, born August
    6, 1851; James A., born July 5, 1853, deceased; Alonzo,
    born December 13, 1854; Columbus, born May 6, 1856;
    Indiana, born December 27; 1857; and Derwinda J., born
    May 18, 1859.

    Lemuel R. Cutright grew up on a farm, was educated in
    the common schools, and in 1865, at the age of fifteen, was
    mustered into Company I of the Third West Virginia
    Cavalry. He was with that command during the concluding
    phases of the Civil war, and then came home and went to
    work on the farm. Farming has been his steady occupation
    during all subsequent years, and he still lives on his place
    of fifty-seven acres. He is one of the directors of the Bank
    of Adrian, is a member of the Grand Army Post at Buck-
    hannon and has stanchly upheld the republican party in
    many successive campaigns.

    On November 14, 1867, Mr. Cutright married Salina
    Brady. Her death on March 31, 1917, occurred only a few
    months before they should have celebrated their golden
    wedding anniversary. To their marriage were born eleven
    children: Aura M., born October 16, 1870, at home; Allen
    B., born January 2, 1873, deputy sheriff of Upshur County;
    Elva, born June 3, 1875, wife of Charles Hyre; James E.,
    born June 10, 1877; Bertha, born Jane 2, ly79, deceased;
    Holly, born May 27, 1881; Carl, born June 13, 1883; Maude,
    born October 5, 1885, wife of Mack Cutright; Lora, born
    September 2, 1888, wife of G. C. Marsh; and two other chil-
    dren that died in infancy.
  6. [S153] Carrie Foster, email to John Teets, dated 12/21/2004 Cutright Births.

Salina Butcher Brady1,2

F, b. 19 April 1843, d. 31 March 1917
ChartsAncestors of Barbara Jean "Bobby" Melton Teets
     Salina Butcher Brady was born on 19 April 1843 in Lewis, Virginia.1,2 She was the daughter of William S. Brady.1 Salina Butcher Brady married Lemuel Rollins Cutright, son of Elmore Cutright and Nancy A. Wolf, on 14 November 1867.3 Salina Butcher Brady died on 31 March 1917 in Upshur, West Virginia, at age 73.3 She was buried after 31 March 1917 in Upshur, West Virginia.1
Last Edited26 Apr 2012
Father*William S. Brady1

Children of Salina Butcher Brady and Lemuel Rollins Cutright

Citations

  1. [S150] Ancestry.com: Cutright Ancestry 1-22-04, Cathy Brooks, http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  2. [S153] Carrie Foster, email to John Teets, dated 12/21/2004 Cutright Births. Salina.
  3. [S7] Book: "The History of Upshur County, West Virginia: From Its Earliest Exploration and Settlement to the Present Time", by W.B. Cutright, 1907, The History of West Virginia, Old and New
    Published 1923, The American Historical Society, Inc.,
    Chicago and New York, Volume III,
    pg. 579-580

    LEMUEL R. CUTRIGHT, of Upshur County, is in his seventy-
    second year, and is probably the youngest Grand Army man
    in West Virginia. Ue was in service only the latter months
    of the great struggle, but four of his older brothers were in
    the service practically from the beginning of the war. The
    Cutrights have been a prominent family in Upshur County
    since pioneer days, and the name has always been associated
    with stalwart Americanism.

    Lemuel R. Cutright, who is still living on his farm on
    the French Creek Pike, a half mile north of Adrian, was
    burn in Upshur County, February 3, 1850, son of Elmore
    aud Nancy A. (Wolfe) Cutright. His father was born near
    Hampton, West Virginia, December 31, 1820, and his mother
    on Middle Fork in Upshur County, January 10, 1823. After
    their marriage they settled on a farm near Hampton, and
    in October, 1870, moved to another farm in Rowan County,
    where they lived out their lives. They were devout Meth-
    odists in religion, aud the father always upheld the prin-
    ciples of the republican party. In their family were twelve
    children, a brief record of whom follows: Mifflin, born
    April 9, 1841, who was one of the soldiers of the family in
    the Civil war; Granville S., born October 29, 1842, who
    also had a military record; Abraham, burn March 23, 1844,
    who died while in the army; Mary E., born November 14,
    1845, now deceased; Jacob E., burn July 6, 1847, who was
    a soldier and is still living; Lemuel R.; Asa, born August
    6, 1851; James A., born July 5, 1853, deceased; Alonzo,
    born December 13, 1854; Columbus, born May 6, 1856;
    Indiana, born December 27; 1857; and Derwinda J., born
    May 18, 1859.

    Lemuel R. Cutright grew up on a farm, was educated in
    the common schools, and in 1865, at the age of fifteen, was
    mustered into Company I of the Third West Virginia
    Cavalry. He was with that command during the concluding
    phases of the Civil war, and then came home and went to
    work on the farm. Farming has been his steady occupation
    during all subsequent years, and he still lives on his place
    of fifty-seven acres. He is one of the directors of the Bank
    of Adrian, is a member of the Grand Army Post at Buck-
    hannon and has stanchly upheld the republican party in
    many successive campaigns.

    On November 14, 1867, Mr. Cutright married Salina
    Brady. Her death on March 31, 1917, occurred only a few
    months before they should have celebrated their golden
    wedding anniversary. To their marriage were born eleven
    children: Aura M., born October 16, 1870, at home; Allen
    B., born January 2, 1873, deputy sheriff of Upshur County;
    Elva, born June 3, 1875, wife of Charles Hyre; James E.,
    born June 10, 1877; Bertha, born Jane 2, ly79, deceased;
    Holly, born May 27, 1881; Carl, born June 13, 1883; Maude,
    born October 5, 1885, wife of Mack Cutright; Lora, born
    September 2, 1888, wife of G. C. Marsh; and two other chil-
    dren that died in infancy.
  4. [S153] Carrie Foster, email to John Teets, dated 12/21/2004 Cutright Births.