Rebecca Elzey1

F
     Rebecca Elzey married Solomon W. Shrout I, son of George Conrad Shrout.1
Last Edited4 Jan 2014

Child of Rebecca Elzey and Solomon W. Shrout I

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Solomon Washington Shrout, II
    Birth: Sep. 2, 1826
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Nov. 27, 1864
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    S/O Solomon W Shrout I and Rebecca Elzey
    H/O Sarah Paugh m. 1/30/1855 Bedford, PA
    F/O Mary, George, Infant male, Infant female, John and Julia

    Served in Union Army under Colonel Rufus Fleming Co L 6th WV Calvary and PVT 148 Militia Co A Captain JW Coburn in Civil War

    West Virginia Civil War Union Soldiers
    Buried at Winchester National Cemetery, Virginia
    Organized Alphabetically, Regardless of Unit
    Contact Information for Winchester National Cemetery:
    Mailing Address: 401 National Avenue, Winchester, VA 22601
    Phone Number: (540)825-0027

    Shrout, Solomon W. Age – 38, Grave Plot #3926; Pvt. – Co. E, 6th WV Cavalry; KIA near Moorefield, Hardy Co., WV, on Nov. 27, 1864

    Same as Find A Grave Memorial# 3008029
    Imported from: US Veteran's Affairs
    Record added: Mar 04, 2000


    Family links:
    Parents:
    Solomon Washington Shrout (1785 - 1845)
    Rebecca Elsey Shrout (1792 - 1855)

    Spouse:
    Sarah Paugh Shrout Teets (1834 - 1901)*

    Children:
    Mary Ellen Shrout (1856 - 1856)*
    George Richard Shrout (1857 - 1939)*
    Infant Shrout (1858 - 1858)*
    Infant Shrout (1859 - 1859)*
    John Albert Shrout (1860 - 1934)*
    Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis (1862 - 1939)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Winchester National Cemetery
    Winchester
    Winchester City
    Virginia, USA

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    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600251.

George Conrad Shrout1

M, b. 17 February 1764, d. 16 September 1826
     George Conrad Shrout was born on 17 February 1764 in Hampshire, West Virginia.1 He was the son of Johan Peter Shrout and Anna Clara Feuerbach.2,3 George Conrad Shrout died on 16 September 1826 in Hardy, West Virginia, at age 62.1 He was buried after 16 September 1826 in Moorefield, Hardy, West Virginia.3
Last Edited4 Jan 2014
Father*Johan Peter Shrout2 b. 18 Aug 1733, d. 12 Oct 1804
Mother*Anna Clara Feuerbach3

Child of George Conrad Shrout

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, George Conrad Shrout
    Birth: Feb. 17, 1764
    Hampshire County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Sep. 16, 1826
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    S/o Johan Peter Shrout and Anna Clara Feuerbach
    F/O Jesse, George Jr and Solomon

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Johan Peter Shrout (1733 - 1804)
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)

    Children:
    Solomon Washington Shrout (1785 - 1845)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600424.


  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, George Conrad Shrout
    Birth: Feb. 17, 1764
    Hampshire County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Sep. 16, 1826
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    S/o Johan Peter Shrout and Anna Clara Feuerbach
    F/O Jesse, George Jr and Solomon

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Johan Peter Shrout (1733 - 1804)
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)

    Children:
    Solomon Washington Shrout (1785 - 1845)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600424.
  3. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, George Conrad Shrout
    Birth: Feb. 17, 1764
    Hampshire County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Sep. 16, 1826
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    S/o Johan Peter Shrout and Anna Clara Feuerbach
    F/O Jesse, George Jr and Solomon

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Johan Peter Shrout (1733 - 1804)
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)

    Children:
    Solomon Washington Shrout (1785 - 1845)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600424.

Johan Peter Shrout1

M, b. 18 August 1733, d. 12 October 1804
     Johan Peter Shrout was born on 18 August 1733 in Saarland, Germany.2 He married Anna Clara Feuerbach on 28 March 1760 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.3,4 Johan Peter Shrout died on 12 October 1804 in Moorefield, Hardy, West Virginia, at age 71.5 He was buried after 12 October 1804 in Moorefield, Hardy, West Virginia.3
Last Edited4 Jan 2014

Child of Johan Peter Shrout and Anna Clara Feuerbach

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, George Conrad Shrout
    Birth: Feb. 17, 1764
    Hampshire County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Sep. 16, 1826
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    S/o Johan Peter Shrout and Anna Clara Feuerbach
    F/O Jesse, George Jr and Solomon

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Johan Peter Shrout (1733 - 1804)
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)

    Children:
    Solomon Washington Shrout (1785 - 1845)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600424.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Johan Peter Shrout
    Birth: Aug. 18, 1733
    Saarland, Germany
    Death: Oct. 12, 1804
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Came to America 1754 from Germany on "Neptune"
    John married Anna Clara Feuerbach on 28 Mar 1760 in St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, PA.
    F/O Samuel, Hannah, George, Peter, Peggy, Mary and Caspar.
    He was hanged for the murder of his wife, Anna, on Oct. 12, 1804 in Hardy Co. WV. He held a broom stick to her neck until she died on July 24, 1804.

    From the History of Mt. Storm Community (in Grant & Mineral Counties, West Virginia) Prepared by D. W. Idleman 1927 in the West Virginia Archives & History (www.wvculture.org/history):
    "General Joseph Neville as Justice of the Peace, already referred to, had arraigned before his court at Moorefield, the first murder case to occur in this part of Hardy County. A man by the name of Shrout who lived near the Geisert place on the Morgantown road about one mile east of the "Mountain" was charged with the crime of killing his wife, which deed he committed by ramming a broom stick down her throat. A man by the name of Bowman, who then lived on the Parker Brothers farm near Mount Storm on the Morgantown road acted as constable.
    Shrout was executed at Moorefield according to the method of executing a criminal at that time, which provided that the accused should sit upon his coffin, borne by about six men to the place of execution, usually a tree with an appropriate limb. The prisoner was allowed to carry a small stick to drop as a signal, when he felt that he was ready to take the step into that bourn from whence no traveler e'er returns to tell of tiding on yonder shore.
    It is said that Shrout, instead of dropping the stick, threw it defiantly into the air.
    This method of executing a criminal in Hardy County was an advanced step, compared to the method at an earlier date, when this part of the country belonged to Hampshire County. The crime of murder, according to old laws in that county, was unclergiable, i. e., the accused was not permitted to have the benefit of the clergy to console him in the last hours of his life. The idea of the law seemed to be to cut short the prisoner's life "in the blossom of his sin", and by this master stroke, put him out of commission for all time. in 1789 a law was enacted in Hampshire County making such crimes as murder, hog stealing, and feloniously stealing from a meeting house, and some others unclergiable, and the victim of these crimes was frequently burned with a hot iron before hanging."


    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)*

    Children:
    George Conrad Shrout (1764 - 1826)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600458.


  3. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Johan Peter Shrout
    Birth: Aug. 18, 1733
    Saarland, Germany
    Death: Oct. 12, 1804
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Came to America 1754 from Germany on "Neptune"
    John married Anna Clara Feuerbach on 28 Mar 1760 in St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, PA.
    F/O Samuel, Hannah, George, Peter, Peggy, Mary and Caspar.
    He was hanged for the murder of his wife, Anna, on Oct. 12, 1804 in Hardy Co. WV. He held a broom stick to her neck until she died on July 24, 1804.

    From the History of Mt. Storm Community (in Grant & Mineral Counties, West Virginia) Prepared by D. W. Idleman 1927 in the West Virginia Archives & History (www.wvculture.org/history):
    "General Joseph Neville as Justice of the Peace, already referred to, had arraigned before his court at Moorefield, the first murder case to occur in this part of Hardy County. A man by the name of Shrout who lived near the Geisert place on the Morgantown road about one mile east of the "Mountain" was charged with the crime of killing his wife, which deed he committed by ramming a broom stick down her throat. A man by the name of Bowman, who then lived on the Parker Brothers farm near Mount Storm on the Morgantown road acted as constable.
    Shrout was executed at Moorefield according to the method of executing a criminal at that time, which provided that the accused should sit upon his coffin, borne by about six men to the place of execution, usually a tree with an appropriate limb. The prisoner was allowed to carry a small stick to drop as a signal, when he felt that he was ready to take the step into that bourn from whence no traveler e'er returns to tell of tiding on yonder shore.
    It is said that Shrout, instead of dropping the stick, threw it defiantly into the air.
    This method of executing a criminal in Hardy County was an advanced step, compared to the method at an earlier date, when this part of the country belonged to Hampshire County. The crime of murder, according to old laws in that county, was unclergiable, i. e., the accused was not permitted to have the benefit of the clergy to console him in the last hours of his life. The idea of the law seemed to be to cut short the prisoner's life "in the blossom of his sin", and by this master stroke, put him out of commission for all time. in 1789 a law was enacted in Hampshire County making such crimes as murder, hog stealing, and feloniously stealing from a meeting house, and some others unclergiable, and the victim of these crimes was frequently burned with a hot iron before hanging."


    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)*

    Children:
    George Conrad Shrout (1764 - 1826)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600458.
  4. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, George Conrad Shrout
    Birth: Feb. 17, 1764
    Hampshire County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Sep. 16, 1826
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    S/o Johan Peter Shrout and Anna Clara Feuerbach
    F/O Jesse, George Jr and Solomon

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Johan Peter Shrout (1733 - 1804)
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)

    Children:
    Solomon Washington Shrout (1785 - 1845)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600424.
  5. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Johan Peter Shrout
    Birth: Aug. 18, 1733
    Saarland, Germany
    Death: Oct. 12, 1804
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Came to America 1754 from Germany on "Neptune"
    John married Anna Clara Feuerbach on 28 Mar 1760 in St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, PA.
    F/O Samuel, Hannah, George, Peter, Peggy, Mary and Caspar.
    He was hanged for the murder of his wife, Anna, on Oct. 12, 1804 in Hardy Co. WV. He held a broom stick to her neck until she died on July 24, 1804.

    From the History of Mt. Storm Community (in Grant & Mineral Counties, West Virginia) Prepared by D. W. Idleman 1927 in the West Virginia Archives & History (www.wvculture.org/history):
    "General Joseph Neville as Justice of the Peace, already referred to, had arraigned before his court at Moorefield, the first murder case to occur in this part of Hardy County. A man by the name of Shrout who lived near the Geisert place on the Morgantown road about one mile east of the "Mountain" was charged with the crime of killing his wife, which deed he committed by ramming a broom stick down her throat. A man by the name of Bowman, who then lived on the Parker Brothers farm near Mount Storm on the Morgantown road acted as constable.
    Shrout was executed at Moorefield according to the method of executing a criminal at that time, which provided that the accused should sit upon his coffin, borne by about six men to the place of execution, usually a tree with an appropriate limb. The prisoner was allowed to carry a small stick to drop as a signal, when he felt that he was ready to take the step into that bourn from whence no traveler e'er returns to tell of tiding on yonder shore.
    It is said that Shrout, instead of dropping the stick, threw it defiantly into the air.
    This method of executing a criminal in Hardy County was an advanced step, compared to the method at an earlier date, when this part of the country belonged to Hampshire County. The crime of murder, according to old laws in that county, was unclergiable, i. e., the accused was not permitted to have the benefit of the clergy to console him in the last hours of his life. The idea of the law seemed to be to cut short the prisoner's life "in the blossom of his sin", and by this master stroke, put him out of commission for all time. in 1789 a law was enacted in Hampshire County making such crimes as murder, hog stealing, and feloniously stealing from a meeting house, and some others unclergiable, and the victim of these crimes was frequently burned with a hot iron before hanging."


    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)*

    Children:
    George Conrad Shrout (1764 - 1826)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600458.

Anna Clara Feuerbach1

F
     Anna Clara Feuerbach married Johan Peter Shrout on 28 March 1760 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2,1
Last Edited4 Jan 2014

Child of Anna Clara Feuerbach and Johan Peter Shrout

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, George Conrad Shrout
    Birth: Feb. 17, 1764
    Hampshire County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Sep. 16, 1826
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    S/o Johan Peter Shrout and Anna Clara Feuerbach
    F/O Jesse, George Jr and Solomon

    Family links:
    Parents:
    Johan Peter Shrout (1733 - 1804)
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)

    Children:
    Solomon Washington Shrout (1785 - 1845)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600424.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Johan Peter Shrout
    Birth: Aug. 18, 1733
    Saarland, Germany
    Death: Oct. 12, 1804
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Came to America 1754 from Germany on "Neptune"
    John married Anna Clara Feuerbach on 28 Mar 1760 in St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, PA.
    F/O Samuel, Hannah, George, Peter, Peggy, Mary and Caspar.
    He was hanged for the murder of his wife, Anna, on Oct. 12, 1804 in Hardy Co. WV. He held a broom stick to her neck until she died on July 24, 1804.

    From the History of Mt. Storm Community (in Grant & Mineral Counties, West Virginia) Prepared by D. W. Idleman 1927 in the West Virginia Archives & History (www.wvculture.org/history):
    "General Joseph Neville as Justice of the Peace, already referred to, had arraigned before his court at Moorefield, the first murder case to occur in this part of Hardy County. A man by the name of Shrout who lived near the Geisert place on the Morgantown road about one mile east of the "Mountain" was charged with the crime of killing his wife, which deed he committed by ramming a broom stick down her throat. A man by the name of Bowman, who then lived on the Parker Brothers farm near Mount Storm on the Morgantown road acted as constable.
    Shrout was executed at Moorefield according to the method of executing a criminal at that time, which provided that the accused should sit upon his coffin, borne by about six men to the place of execution, usually a tree with an appropriate limb. The prisoner was allowed to carry a small stick to drop as a signal, when he felt that he was ready to take the step into that bourn from whence no traveler e'er returns to tell of tiding on yonder shore.
    It is said that Shrout, instead of dropping the stick, threw it defiantly into the air.
    This method of executing a criminal in Hardy County was an advanced step, compared to the method at an earlier date, when this part of the country belonged to Hampshire County. The crime of murder, according to old laws in that county, was unclergiable, i. e., the accused was not permitted to have the benefit of the clergy to console him in the last hours of his life. The idea of the law seemed to be to cut short the prisoner's life "in the blossom of his sin", and by this master stroke, put him out of commission for all time. in 1789 a law was enacted in Hampshire County making such crimes as murder, hog stealing, and feloniously stealing from a meeting house, and some others unclergiable, and the victim of these crimes was frequently burned with a hot iron before hanging."


    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Anna Clara Feuerbach Shrout (1734 - 1804)*

    Children:
    George Conrad Shrout (1764 - 1826)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Walnut Grove Gardens Cemetery
    Moorefield
    Hardy County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: patricia witt
    Record added: Sep 25, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 117600458.

Samuel Thomas McGinnis1

M, b. 1 September 1856, d. 9 August 1934
     Samuel Thomas McGinnis was born on 1 September 1856 in Preston, West Virginia.3 He was the son of William J. McGinnis.2 Samuel Thomas McGinnis married Julia Belle "Julie" Shrout on 25 December 1877.3 Samuel Thomas McGinnis died on 9 August 1934 in St. Joe, Preston, West Virginia, at age 77.4 He was buried after 9 August 1934 in Kingwood, Preston, West Virginia.4
Last Edited28 Feb 2015
Father*William J. McGinnis2 b. 1833, d. 26 Sep 1886

Child of Samuel Thomas McGinnis and Julia Belle "Julie" Shrout

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Samuel Thomas McGinnis
    Birth: Sep. 1, 1856
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Aug. 9, 1934
    Saint Joe
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    The son of William McGinnis and Mary Wolfe, a life resident of Preston county.
    He was the brother of Ami Wolfe McGinnis and William H. McGinnis.

    A contractor, he was the husband of Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis, whom he married on Christmas Day, 1877 in Preston County, WV - and the father of eight children who survived until adulthood.
    - - - -
    Thanks to Mr. Plum(b) for the effort of taking photographs of the markers for this family.

    Family links:
    Parents:
    William J. McGinnis (1833 - 1886)
    Mary Wolfe McGinnis (1832 - 1918)

    Spouse:
    Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis (1862 - 1939)

    Children:
    Minnie McGinnis Teets (1878 - 1938)*
    Arnold James McGinnis (1880 - 1950)*
    Charles W McGinnis (1884 - 1884)*
    Enos Clarence McGinnis (1886 - 1952)*
    Peter Harley McGinnis (1889 - 1968)*
    Mary Nancy McGinnis Ridenour (1892 - 1932)*
    Gilbert O. McGinnis (1894 - 1895)*
    Eugeneis Guy McGinnis (1896 - 1968)*
    Mattie Edith McGinnis Romesburg (1899 - 1980)*
    Harry Jesse McGinnis (1902 - 1983)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Maplewood Cemetery
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: aye ain't
    Record added: Jan 19, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 64389341.


  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, William J. McGinnis
    Birth: 1833
    Death: Sep. 26, 1886
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    The husband of Mary Wolfe.

    Father of Samuel Thomas McGinnis, Ami Wolf McGinnis, and William H. McGinnis. These three children show with the family for the census, and parents' names are given on death records of the three.

    William was a Union veteran, of 3rd Regiment, Co. B, West Virginia Calvary.

    The county ledger entry gives cause of death as "accident", with occupation as "laborer". This record gives only "J & C McGinnis" as his parents.
    He was 55 years of age.
    - - - - -

    name: Wm Mcginnis
    event: Cemetery
    death date: 26 Sep 1886
    burial place: Tunnelton, West Virginia
    nara publication title: Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans,
    ca.1879-ca.1903.
    nara publication number: M1845
    nara roll number: 14
    film number: 2155589
    digital folder number: 4763366
    image number: 00043
    Citing this Record
    "United States, Records of Headstones of Deceased Union Veterans, 1879-1903," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V6HW-YDF : accessed 05 Jan 2013), Wm Mcginnis, 1886.

    ----
    Much gratitude to the photographer for his perseverance!
    Also to my great grandfather and mother, grand father and mother, my uncles, and especially and most of all - my father, for putting up with my questions in trying to determine the location of this graveyard. The name of Snyders was used at the time of most of these early burials.
    The name Cobun was used later.
    The death record for Wm Henry Wolfe gives the name as Snyder's, and the one for his wife Eliz. gives the name as Cobun, thirteen years later upon her death.
    Thanks to the Boy Scouts of Troop 99 for their work.
    The new sign carries the name Snyders.

    The photographs of this and the graveyard have been sent by Mr. Markwood.
    It is on private property.
    ----
    For those still using old submissions that had the name as Wm. Hunter McGinnis - that was not the same individual.
    Wm. Hunter McGinnis is buried at Hopewell.

    William Hunter McGinnis
    - - -
    The William H., who was the son of William J., in the list of his children, below, has been entered by various persons into other websites as William Hunter, though to date I have found not record to support that.


  3. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Samuel Thomas McGinnis
    Birth: Sep. 1, 1856
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Aug. 9, 1934
    Saint Joe
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    The son of William McGinnis and Mary Wolfe, a life resident of Preston county.
    He was the brother of Ami Wolfe McGinnis and William H. McGinnis.

    A contractor, he was the husband of Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis, whom he married on Christmas Day, 1877 in Preston County, WV - and the father of eight children who survived until adulthood.
    - - - -
    Thanks to Mr. Plum(b) for the effort of taking photographs of the markers for this family.

    Family links:
    Parents:
    William J. McGinnis (1833 - 1886)
    Mary Wolfe McGinnis (1832 - 1918)

    Spouse:
    Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis (1862 - 1939)

    Children:
    Minnie McGinnis Teets (1878 - 1938)*
    Arnold James McGinnis (1880 - 1950)*
    Charles W McGinnis (1884 - 1884)*
    Enos Clarence McGinnis (1886 - 1952)*
    Peter Harley McGinnis (1889 - 1968)*
    Mary Nancy McGinnis Ridenour (1892 - 1932)*
    Gilbert O. McGinnis (1894 - 1895)*
    Eugeneis Guy McGinnis (1896 - 1968)*
    Mattie Edith McGinnis Romesburg (1899 - 1980)*
    Harry Jesse McGinnis (1902 - 1983)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Maplewood Cemetery
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: aye ain't
    Record added: Jan 19, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 64389341.
  4. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Samuel Thomas McGinnis
    Birth: Sep. 1, 1856
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Aug. 9, 1934
    Saint Joe
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    The son of William McGinnis and Mary Wolfe, a life resident of Preston county.
    He was the brother of Ami Wolfe McGinnis and William H. McGinnis.

    A contractor, he was the husband of Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis, whom he married on Christmas Day, 1877 in Preston County, WV - and the father of eight children who survived until adulthood.
    - - - -
    Thanks to Mr. Plum(b) for the effort of taking photographs of the markers for this family.

    Family links:
    Parents:
    William J. McGinnis (1833 - 1886)
    Mary Wolfe McGinnis (1832 - 1918)

    Spouse:
    Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis (1862 - 1939)

    Children:
    Minnie McGinnis Teets (1878 - 1938)*
    Arnold James McGinnis (1880 - 1950)*
    Charles W McGinnis (1884 - 1884)*
    Enos Clarence McGinnis (1886 - 1952)*
    Peter Harley McGinnis (1889 - 1968)*
    Mary Nancy McGinnis Ridenour (1892 - 1932)*
    Gilbert O. McGinnis (1894 - 1895)*
    Eugeneis Guy McGinnis (1896 - 1968)*
    Mattie Edith McGinnis Romesburg (1899 - 1980)*
    Harry Jesse McGinnis (1902 - 1983)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Maplewood Cemetery
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: aye ain't
    Record added: Jan 19, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 64389341.
  5. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Minnie McGinnis Teets
    Birth: Jul. 22, 1878
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Jul. 21, 1938
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Daughter of Samuel Thomas McGinnis and Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis.
    Life resident of Preston county. She was a homemaker, married, and aged 59 years, 11 months and 29 days.
    Her burial was noted as the 22nd day of July, 1938 (her father's name is misspelled on her death entry).

    Her marriage to Albert Teets was on the 20th day of August, 1898 at the Parsonage at Rowlesburg, officiated by A. D. Perry, license issued by Geo. A. Walls. This is recorded in county marriage documents.
    In 1900, Minnie and Albert were living next door to her parents, and near her uncle Ami and his family, and the Wm. and Elizabeth Wolfe family; along with the George Shaffer family, the John & Agnes Layton family, and the James & Mary Weaver family, in Reno ED 108, Rowlesburg.
    Albert F. Teets died in 1911.

    Her marriage to Ira Teets was on the 2nd of December, 1912*. This record gives the birth places of bride and groom as Anderson, with both residing in Preston. The union was officiated by Percy W. Metheny, at the Methodist Episcopal Church at Blaser, Wv.
    This is also recorded in county marriage documents.

    *this date could be a mistake, as the license was issued by the Clerk of Court of Preston county, E. Everly on the 7th of December.

    The image detail is of Minnie as a child, and her brother, Arnold. PROPERTY OF THE FAMILY, cropped.
    - - - - -

    The old lists I received, done years ago, for Minnie were
    incomplete and frustrating. These gave number of children as 10, with 8 first names. Only recently was I able to find the second marriage record.

    Thanks to all who may have transcribed records to help me give her a family to go with our old image; also to Michael Markwood for finding the grave of Albert.


    Family links:
    Parents:
    Samuel Thomas McGinnis (1856 - 1934)
    Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis (1862 - 1939)

    Spouses:
    Albert Franklin Teets (1876 - 1911)
    Ira F. Teets (1884 - 1942)

    Children:
    Asa F. Teets (1906 - 1968)*

    Siblings:
    Minnie McGinnis Teets (1878 - 1938)
    Arnold James McGinnis (1880 - 1950)*
    Charles W McGinnis (1884 - 1884)*
    Enos Clarence McGinnis (1886 - 1952)*
    Peter Harley McGinnis (1889 - 1968)*
    Mary Nancy McGinnis Ridenour (1892 - 1932)*
    Gilbert McGinnis (1894 - 1895)*
    Eugeneis Guy McGinnis (1896 - 1968)*
    Mattie Edith McGinnis Romesburg (1899 - 1980)*
    Harry Jesse McGinnis (1902 - 1983)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Maplewood Cemetery
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Created by: aye ain't
    Record added: Feb 06, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 65275053.

Julia Belle "Julie" Shrout1

F, b. 20 December 1862, d. 5 August 1939
     Julia Belle "Julie" Shrout was born on 20 December 1862 in Kingwood, Preston, West Virginia.1 She married Samuel Thomas McGinnis, son of William J. McGinnis, on 25 December 1877.1 Julia Belle "Julie" Shrout died on 5 August 1939 in Albright, Preston, West Virginia, at age 76.1
Last Edited28 Feb 2015

Child of Julia Belle "Julie" Shrout and Samuel Thomas McGinnis

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Samuel Thomas McGinnis
    Birth: Sep. 1, 1856
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Aug. 9, 1934
    Saint Joe
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    The son of William McGinnis and Mary Wolfe, a life resident of Preston county.
    He was the brother of Ami Wolfe McGinnis and William H. McGinnis.

    A contractor, he was the husband of Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis, whom he married on Christmas Day, 1877 in Preston County, WV - and the father of eight children who survived until adulthood.
    - - - -
    Thanks to Mr. Plum(b) for the effort of taking photographs of the markers for this family.

    Family links:
    Parents:
    William J. McGinnis (1833 - 1886)
    Mary Wolfe McGinnis (1832 - 1918)

    Spouse:
    Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis (1862 - 1939)

    Children:
    Minnie McGinnis Teets (1878 - 1938)*
    Arnold James McGinnis (1880 - 1950)*
    Charles W McGinnis (1884 - 1884)*
    Enos Clarence McGinnis (1886 - 1952)*
    Peter Harley McGinnis (1889 - 1968)*
    Mary Nancy McGinnis Ridenour (1892 - 1932)*
    Gilbert O. McGinnis (1894 - 1895)*
    Eugeneis Guy McGinnis (1896 - 1968)*
    Mattie Edith McGinnis Romesburg (1899 - 1980)*
    Harry Jesse McGinnis (1902 - 1983)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Maplewood Cemetery
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: aye ain't
    Record added: Jan 19, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 64389341.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Minnie McGinnis Teets
    Birth: Jul. 22, 1878
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA
    Death: Jul. 21, 1938
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Daughter of Samuel Thomas McGinnis and Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis.
    Life resident of Preston county. She was a homemaker, married, and aged 59 years, 11 months and 29 days.
    Her burial was noted as the 22nd day of July, 1938 (her father's name is misspelled on her death entry).

    Her marriage to Albert Teets was on the 20th day of August, 1898 at the Parsonage at Rowlesburg, officiated by A. D. Perry, license issued by Geo. A. Walls. This is recorded in county marriage documents.
    In 1900, Minnie and Albert were living next door to her parents, and near her uncle Ami and his family, and the Wm. and Elizabeth Wolfe family; along with the George Shaffer family, the John & Agnes Layton family, and the James & Mary Weaver family, in Reno ED 108, Rowlesburg.
    Albert F. Teets died in 1911.

    Her marriage to Ira Teets was on the 2nd of December, 1912*. This record gives the birth places of bride and groom as Anderson, with both residing in Preston. The union was officiated by Percy W. Metheny, at the Methodist Episcopal Church at Blaser, Wv.
    This is also recorded in county marriage documents.

    *this date could be a mistake, as the license was issued by the Clerk of Court of Preston county, E. Everly on the 7th of December.

    The image detail is of Minnie as a child, and her brother, Arnold. PROPERTY OF THE FAMILY, cropped.
    - - - - -

    The old lists I received, done years ago, for Minnie were
    incomplete and frustrating. These gave number of children as 10, with 8 first names. Only recently was I able to find the second marriage record.

    Thanks to all who may have transcribed records to help me give her a family to go with our old image; also to Michael Markwood for finding the grave of Albert.


    Family links:
    Parents:
    Samuel Thomas McGinnis (1856 - 1934)
    Julia Belle Shrout McGinnis (1862 - 1939)

    Spouses:
    Albert Franklin Teets (1876 - 1911)
    Ira F. Teets (1884 - 1942)

    Children:
    Asa F. Teets (1906 - 1968)*

    Siblings:
    Minnie McGinnis Teets (1878 - 1938)
    Arnold James McGinnis (1880 - 1950)*
    Charles W McGinnis (1884 - 1884)*
    Enos Clarence McGinnis (1886 - 1952)*
    Peter Harley McGinnis (1889 - 1968)*
    Mary Nancy McGinnis Ridenour (1892 - 1932)*
    Gilbert McGinnis (1894 - 1895)*
    Eugeneis Guy McGinnis (1896 - 1968)*
    Mattie Edith McGinnis Romesburg (1899 - 1980)*
    Harry Jesse McGinnis (1902 - 1983)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Maplewood Cemetery
    Kingwood
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Created by: aye ain't
    Record added: Feb 06, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 65275053.

William J. McGinnis1

M, b. 1833, d. 26 September 1886
     William J. McGinnis married an unknown person.2 He married Mary Wolfe, daughter of Martin Wolfe and Elizabeth Virginia "Betsy" Sines.3 William J. McGinnis was born in 1833.4 He died on 26 September 1886 in Kingwood, Preston, West Virginia.4 He was buried after 26 September 1886 in Preston, West Virginia.5
Last Edited28 Feb 2015

Children of William J. McGinnis and Mary Wolfe

Child of William J. McGinnis

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, William J. McGinnis
    Birth: 1833
    Death: Sep. 26, 1886
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    The husband of Mary Wolfe.

    Father of Samuel Thomas McGinnis, Ami Wolf McGinnis, and William H. McGinnis. These three children show with the family for the census, and parents' names are given on death records of the three.

    William was a Union veteran, of 3rd Regiment, Co. B, West Virginia Calvary.

    The county ledger entry gives cause of death as "accident", with occupation as "laborer". This record gives only "J & C McGinnis" as his parents.
    He was 55 years of age.
    - - - - -

    name: Wm Mcginnis
    event: Cemetery
    death date: 26 Sep 1886
    burial place: Tunnelton, West Virginia
    nara publication title: Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans,
    ca.1879-ca.1903.
    nara publication number: M1845
    nara roll number: 14
    film number: 2155589
    digital folder number: 4763366
    image number: 00043
    Citing this Record
    "United States, Records of Headstones of Deceased Union Veterans, 1879-1903," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V6HW-YDF : accessed 05 Jan 2013), Wm Mcginnis, 1886.

    ----
    Much gratitude to the photographer for his perseverance!
    Also to my great grandfather and mother, grand father and mother, my uncles, and especially and most of all - my father, for putting up with my questions in trying to determine the location of this graveyard. The name of Snyders was used at the time of most of these early burials.
    The name Cobun was used later.
    The death record for Wm Henry Wolfe gives the name as Snyder's, and the one for his wife Eliz. gives the name as Cobun, thirteen years later upon her death.
    Thanks to the Boy Scouts of Troop 99 for their work.
    The new sign carries the name Snyders.

    The photographs of this and the graveyard have been sent by Mr. Markwood.
    It is on private property.
    ----
    For those still using old submissions that had the name as Wm. Hunter McGinnis - that was not the same individual.
    Wm. Hunter McGinnis is buried at Hopewell.

    William Hunter McGinnis
    - - -
    The William H., who was the son of William J., in the list of his children, below, has been entered by various persons into other websites as William Hunter, though to date I have found not record to support that.


  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Mary Wolfe McGinnis
    Birth: Jun. 15, 1832
    Virginia, USA
    Death: Oct. 23, 1918
    Bridgeport
    Harrison County
    West Virginia, USA

    Daughter of Martin Wolf and Elisabeth Sine.
    Her parents are given on her death certificate.

    Using the birthdate given by her son, her age at death was 86 years, 4 months, 8 days.

    The transcription gives cause of death as "asthma", but the death certificate appears to read as cardiac arrhythmia, though misspelled.
    The surname is misspelled on the death record, and some transcriptions give maiden name as "Diner" instead of Sine.

    Wife, and widow of William McGinnis.

    Mother of Samuel Thomas McGinnis, Ami Wolf McGinnis, and William H. McGinnis.
    Her name is given as mother on the death records of these sons. Her last census has the number of her children as 3 in the space provided.




    Family links:
    Parents:
    Martin Wolfe (____ - 1865)

    Spouse:
    William J. McGinnis (1833 - 1886)*

    Children:
    Ami Wolfe McGinnis (1854 - 1916)*
    Samuel Thomas McGinnis (1856 - 1934)*
    William McGinnis (1858 - 1938)*

    Siblings:
    Christina Susan Wolfe Teets (1825 - 1905)*
    Enos Cameron Wolfe (1830 - 1910)*
    Mary Wolfe McGinnis (1832 - 1918)
    Jonathan Wolfe (1836 - 1905)*
    Susan(na) Wolfe McGinnis (1840 - 1927)*
    Ami Wolfe (1842 - 1917)*
    Ezra Martin Wolfe (1844 - 1917)*
    Elias Jacob Wolfe (1847 - 1934)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Inscription:
    Mary Wolfe
    His Wife
    1832-1918


    Burial:
    Cobun Cemetery
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Created by: aye ain't
    Record added: Jan 13, 2012
    Find A Grave Memorial# 83389235.
  3. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Mary Wolfe McGinnis
    Birth: Jun. 15, 1832
    Virginia, USA
    Death: Oct. 23, 1918
    Bridgeport
    Harrison County
    West Virginia, USA

    Daughter of Martin Wolf and Elisabeth Sine.
    Her parents are given on her death certificate.

    Using the birthdate given by her son, her age at death was 86 years, 4 months, 8 days.

    The transcription gives cause of death as "asthma", but the death certificate appears to read as cardiac arrhythmia, though misspelled.
    The surname is misspelled on the death record, and some transcriptions give maiden name as "Diner" instead of Sine.

    Wife, and widow of William McGinnis.

    Mother of Samuel Thomas McGinnis, Ami Wolf McGinnis, and William H. McGinnis.
    Her name is given as mother on the death records of these sons. Her last census has the number of her children as 3 in the space provided.




    Family links:
    Parents:
    Martin Wolfe (____ - 1865)

    Spouse:
    William J. McGinnis (1833 - 1886)*

    Children:
    Ami Wolfe McGinnis (1854 - 1916)*
    Samuel Thomas McGinnis (1856 - 1934)*
    William H. McGinnis (1858 - 1938)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Burial:
    Cobun Cemetery
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

    Created by: aye ain't
    Record added: Jan 13, 2012
    Find A Grave Memorial# 83389235.


  4. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, William J. McGinnis
    Birth: 1833
    Death: Sep. 26, 1886
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    The husband of Mary Wolfe.

    Father of Samuel Thomas McGinnis, Ami Wolf McGinnis, and William H. McGinnis. These three children show with the family for the census, and parents' names are given on death records of the three.

    William was a Union veteran, of 3rd Regiment, Co. B, West Virginia Calvary.

    The county ledger entry gives cause of death as "accident", with occupation as "laborer". This record gives only "J & C McGinnis" as his parents.
    He was 55 years of age.
    - - - - -

    name: Wm Mcginnis
    event: Cemetery
    death date: 26 Sep 1886
    burial place: Tunnelton, West Virginia
    nara publication title: Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans,
    ca.1879-ca.1903.
    nara publication number: M1845
    nara roll number: 14
    film number: 2155589
    digital folder number: 4763366
    image number: 00043
    Citing this Record
    "United States, Records of Headstones of Deceased Union Veterans, 1879-1903," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V6HW-YDF : accessed 05 Jan 2013), Wm Mcginnis, 1886.

    ----
    Much gratitude to the photographer for his perseverance!
    Also to my great grandfather and mother, grand father and mother, my uncles, and especially and most of all - my father, for putting up with my questions in trying to determine the location of this graveyard. The name of Snyders was used at the time of most of these early burials.
    The name Cobun was used later.
    The death record for Wm Henry Wolfe gives the name as Snyder's, and the one for his wife Eliz. gives the name as Cobun, thirteen years later upon her death.
    Thanks to the Boy Scouts of Troop 99 for their work.
    The new sign carries the name Snyders.

    The photographs of this and the graveyard have been sent by Mr. Markwood.
    It is on private property.
    ----
    For those still using old submissions that had the name as Wm. Hunter McGinnis - that was not the same individual.
    Wm. Hunter McGinnis is buried at Hopewell.

    William Hunter McGinnis
    - - -
    The William H., who was the son of William J., in the list of his children, below, has been entered by various persons into other websites as William Hunter, though to date I have found not record to support that.
  5. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, William J. McGinnis
    Birth: 1833
    Death: Sep. 26, 1886
    Preston County
    West Virginia, USA

    The husband of Mary Wolfe.

    Father of Samuel Thomas McGinnis, Ami Wolf McGinnis, and William H. McGinnis. These three children show with the family for the census, and parents' names are given on death records of the three.

    William was a Union veteran, of 3rd Regiment, Co. B, West Virginia Calvary.

    The county ledger entry gives cause of death as "accident", with occupation as "laborer". This record gives only "J & C McGinnis" as his parents.
    He was 55 years of age.
    - - - - -

    name: Wm Mcginnis
    event: Cemetery
    death date: 26 Sep 1886
    burial place: Tunnelton, West Virginia
    nara publication title: Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans,
    ca.1879-ca.1903.
    nara publication number: M1845
    nara roll number: 14
    film number: 2155589
    digital folder number: 4763366
    image number: 00043
    Citing this Record
    "United States, Records of Headstones of Deceased Union Veterans, 1879-1903," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V6HW-YDF : accessed 05 Jan 2013), Wm Mcginnis, 1886.

    ----
    Much gratitude to the photographer for his perseverance!
    Also to my great grandfather and mother, grand father and mother, my uncles, and especially and most of all - my father, for putting up with my questions in trying to determine the location of this graveyard. The name of Snyders was used at the time of most of these early burials.
    The name Cobun was used later.
    The death record for Wm Henry Wolfe gives the name as Snyder's, and the one for his wife Eliz. gives the name as Cobun, thirteen years later upon her death.
    Thanks to the Boy Scouts of Troop 99 for their work.
    The new sign carries the name Snyders.

    The photographs of this and the graveyard have been sent by Mr. Markwood.
    It is on private property.
    ----
    For those still using old submissions that had the name as Wm. Hunter McGinnis - that was not the same individual.
    Wm. Hunter McGinnis is buried at Hopewell.

    William Hunter McGinnis
    - - -
    The William H., who was the son of William J., in the list of his children, below, has been entered by various persons into other websites as William Hunter, though to date I have found not record to support that.

Lena May Napier1

F, b. 9 October 1895, d. 10 September 1954
     Lena May Napier was born on 9 October 1895 in Buckhannon, Upshur, West Virginia.1,2,3,4 She was the daughter of Richard Allen Napier Jr. and Mary Jane Strader.1 Lena May Napier died on 10 September 1954 in Buckhannon, Upshur, West Virginia, at age 58.2 She was buried after 10 September 1954 in Upshur, West Virginia.2,5
Last Edited30 Jul 2016
Father*Richard Allen Napier Jr.1 b. Oct 1851, d. 1937
Mother*Mary Jane Strader1 b. 26 Apr 1858, d. 15 Mar 1943

Citations

  1. [S2788] Birth Records: West Virginia Births and Christeningns, 1853-1928, Name: Lena May Napier
    Gender: Female
    Christening Date:
    Christening Place:
    Birth Date: 09 Oct 1895
    Birthplace: Buckhannon, Upshur, West Virginia
    Death Date:
    Name Note:
    Race:
    Father's Name: Richard Allen Napier
    Father's Birthplace:
    Father's Age:
    Mother's Name: Mary Jane Strader
    Mother's Birthplace:
    Mother's Age:
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C01291-9
    System Origin: WestVirginia-ODM
    GS Film number: 1992594
    Reference ID:.
  2. [S3022] Death Records: West Virginia Deaths, 1804-1999, Name: Lena May Napier
    Event Date: 10 Sep 1954
    Event Place: Buckhannon, Upshur Co., West Virginia
    Gender: Female
    Age (Expanded): 58 years 11 months 1 day
    Birth Date: 09 Oct 1895
    Birthplace: West Va.
    Marital Status: Single
    Spouse's Name:
    Father's Name: Richard A. Napier
    Father's Birthplace:
    Mother's Name: Mary Jane Strader
    Mother's Birthplace:
    Occupation: Housework
    Address:
    Residence Place:
    Cemetery: Bailey
    Burial Place:
    Burial Date: 12 Sep 1954
    GS Film number: 816156
    Digital Folder Number: 4229108
    Image Number: 133
    Affiliate Repository Type: County Records
    Reference ID:.
  3. [S180] Census: 1900 Upshur, West Virginia, Richard A Napier
    United States Census, 1900

    Name     Richard A Napier
    Event Type     Census
    Event Year     1900
    Event Place     Union township, Upshur, West Virginia, United States
    Gender     Male
    Age     49
    Marital Status     Married
    Race     White
    Race (Original)     W
    Relationship to Head of Household     Head
    Relationship to Head of Household (Original)     Head
    Years Married     15
    Birth Date     Oct 1851
    Birthplace     Virginia
    Marriage Year (Estimated)     1885
    Father's Birthplace     Virginia
    Mother's Birthplace     Virginia
    HOUSEHOLD

    ROLE

    GENDER

    AGE

    BIRTHPLACE

    Richard A Napier     Head     M     49     Virginia
    Mary F Napier     Wife     F     42     West Virginia
    Ellan J Napier     Daughter     F     14     West Virginia
    Acy A Napier     Son     M     11     West Virginia
    Allice E Napier     Daughter     F     11     West Virginia
    Lenah M Napier     Daughter     F     5     West Virginia
    Forman T Napier     Son     M     2     West Virginia
    James P Napier     Brother     M     61     Virginia

    CITING THIS RECORD

    "United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M9ZF-CPH : 22 January 2015), Richard A Napier, Union township, Upshur, West Virginia, United States; citing sheet 20A, family 358, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,241,773.
  4. [S157] Census: 1910 Upshur, West Virginia, Richard A Napier, "United States Census, 1910"

    Name     Richard A Napier
    Event Type     Census
    Event Date     1910
    Event Place     Union, Upshur, West Virginia, United States
    District     ED 150
    Gender     Male
    Age     58
    Marital Status     Married
    Race     White
    Race (Original)     White
    Relationship to Head of Household     Head
    Relationship to Head of Household (Original)     Head
    Birth Year (Estimated)     1852
    Birthplace     Virginia
    Father's Birthplace     Virginia
    Mother's Birthplace     Virginia
    Sheet Letter     B
    Sheet Number     12
    Sheet Number and Letter     12B
    Household ID     183
    Affiliate Name     The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
    Affiliate Publication Number     T624
    Affiliate Film Number     1698
    GS Film Number     1375711
    Digital Folder Number     005157694
    Image Number     00930

    Richard A Napier     Head     M     58     Virginia
    Mary J Napier     Wife     F     52     Virginia
    Asa A Napier     Son     M     22     West Virginia
    Alice E Napier     Daughter     F     21     West Virginia
    Lena M Napier     Daughter     F     14     West Virginia
    Foreman T Napier     Son     M     12     West Virginia

    Citation

    "United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MPNS-5LB : 29 October 2015), Richard A Napier, Union, Upshur, West Virginia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 150, sheet 12B, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,375,711.
  5. [S34] Cemetery Readings: Union District, Upshur County, West Virginia, Upshur County Historical Society, Napier, Richard Allen, 1851-1937 s/o Richard A. & Nancy
    Napier, Mary Jane Strader 1858-1943, d/o Asa & Nancy Jane
    Napier, Lena May, 1895-1954.

Alice E. Napier1

F, b. 1 April 1889
     Alice E. Napier was born on 1 April 1889 in Upshur, West Virginia.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Richard Allen Napier Jr. and Mary Jane Strader.1
Last Edited30 Jul 2016
Father*Richard Allen Napier Jr.1 b. Oct 1851, d. 1937
Mother*Mary Jane Strader1 b. 26 Apr 1858, d. 15 Mar 1943

Citations

  1. [S536] Birth Records: WV, Division of Culture and History, Line 34, Alice E. Napier, born April 1, 1889 in Upshur County, West Virginia, d/o R.A. Napier and Mary J. Napier. Informant R. A. Napier.
  2. [S180] Census: 1900 Upshur, West Virginia, Richard A Napier
    United States Census, 1900

    Name     Richard A Napier
    Event Type     Census
    Event Year     1900
    Event Place     Union township, Upshur, West Virginia, United States
    Gender     Male
    Age     49
    Marital Status     Married
    Race     White
    Race (Original)     W
    Relationship to Head of Household     Head
    Relationship to Head of Household (Original)     Head
    Years Married     15
    Birth Date     Oct 1851
    Birthplace     Virginia
    Marriage Year (Estimated)     1885
    Father's Birthplace     Virginia
    Mother's Birthplace     Virginia
    HOUSEHOLD

    ROLE

    GENDER

    AGE

    BIRTHPLACE

    Richard A Napier     Head     M     49     Virginia
    Mary F Napier     Wife     F     42     West Virginia
    Ellan J Napier     Daughter     F     14     West Virginia
    Acy A Napier     Son     M     11     West Virginia
    Allice E Napier     Daughter     F     11     West Virginia
    Lenah M Napier     Daughter     F     5     West Virginia
    Forman T Napier     Son     M     2     West Virginia
    James P Napier     Brother     M     61     Virginia

    CITING THIS RECORD

    "United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M9ZF-CPH : 22 January 2015), Richard A Napier, Union township, Upshur, West Virginia, United States; citing sheet 20A, family 358, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,241,773.
  3. [S157] Census: 1910 Upshur, West Virginia, Richard A Napier, "United States Census, 1910"

    Name     Richard A Napier
    Event Type     Census
    Event Date     1910
    Event Place     Union, Upshur, West Virginia, United States
    District     ED 150
    Gender     Male
    Age     58
    Marital Status     Married
    Race     White
    Race (Original)     White
    Relationship to Head of Household     Head
    Relationship to Head of Household (Original)     Head
    Birth Year (Estimated)     1852
    Birthplace     Virginia
    Father's Birthplace     Virginia
    Mother's Birthplace     Virginia
    Sheet Letter     B
    Sheet Number     12
    Sheet Number and Letter     12B
    Household ID     183
    Affiliate Name     The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
    Affiliate Publication Number     T624
    Affiliate Film Number     1698
    GS Film Number     1375711
    Digital Folder Number     005157694
    Image Number     00930

    Richard A Napier     Head     M     58     Virginia
    Mary J Napier     Wife     F     52     Virginia
    Asa A Napier     Son     M     22     West Virginia
    Alice E Napier     Daughter     F     21     West Virginia
    Lena M Napier     Daughter     F     14     West Virginia
    Foreman T Napier     Son     M     12     West Virginia

    Citation

    "United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MPNS-5LB : 29 October 2015), Richard A Napier, Union, Upshur, West Virginia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 150, sheet 12B, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,375,711.

David Wayne Bailey1

M, b. 2 November 1958, d. 23 August 2012
     David Wayne Bailey was born on 2 November 1958 in Sewickley, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of Garlen Wayne Bailey and Nora Virginia Reed.1 David Wayne Bailey died on 23 August 2012 in Buckhannon, Upshur, West Virginia, at age 53.1 He was buried on 28 August 2012 in Upshur, West Virginia.1
Last Edited22 Jan 2014
Father*Garlen Wayne Bailey1 b. 21 Aug 1934, d. 12 Jan 1977
Mother*Nora Virginia Reed1 b. c 1935

Citations

  1. [S3023] Newspaper: Inter-Mountain, Elkins, Randolph County, West Virginia, David Bailey
    August 25, 2012
    The Inter-Mountain

    David Wayne Bailey, 53, of Buckhannon, died Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012, at his home.

    He was born Nov. 2, 1958, at Sewickley, Pa., a son of the late Garlen Wayne Bailey and Nora Virginia Reed Bailey Smith.

    He is survived by five sons, Buddy Young of Elkins, Eric and Jason Young of Alaska, Josh and Dusty Young of Montana; two brothers, Donald and wife, Deborah Bailey, of Beckley and Calvin and wife, Mary Bailey, of Kentucky; one sister, Anna, and husband, Danny Burr, of Buckhannon; three stepsisters, Alice Cutright and Kathy Miller, both of Buckhannon, and Susan Gibson of Florida; and several nieces and nephews.

    In addition to his father and mother, he was preceded in death by his stepfather, Scott Smith; one son, Kirk Young; and one stepsister, Wanda Chapman.
    David enjoyed traveling and loved to work on vehicles.

    The family will receive friends at Heavner & Cutright Funeral Chapel on Tuesday, Aug. 28, from 10 to 11 a.m., the funeral hour, with the Rev. John Hinkle officiating. Interment will follow in the Bailey Cemetery.

    In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the funeral chapel to assist with expenses. Online condolences may be extended to the Bailey family at www.heavnerandcutright.com. The Bailey family has entrusted Heavner & Cutright Funeral Chapel with the arrangements.