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101 Casto - Obituary
Margaret Alice Slaughter Casto 
 
102 Casto - Obituary
Minnie Shinn Casto  
 
103 Casto - Obituary
Zenda (Doe-Doe)Casto 
 
104Casto - RhodesCasto - Rhodes
John Fielding Rhodes and Eljah Matt Casto (brother-in-laws) 
Elijah Matt Casto
John Fielding Rhodes
 
105 Casto - Rhodes Obituary
Emma Caroline Rhodes Casto 
 
106Casto Family PictureCasto Family Picture
Elijah Matt, Emma Caroline Rhodes Casto, Thelma Casto Miller, Velma Casto Hill, Elizabeth Rosa Casto, Otho Casto, Mason Casto, Theodore Jackson (TJ) Casto, Okey Casto 
Family: Casto/Rhodes (F8)
 
107Casto TwinsCasto Twins
Thelma Casto Miller and Velma Casto Hill. One of the girls always wore a leather string around her neck so that they could be identified. After they grew up they forgot which one wore the leather string so none of the pictures can be identified. 
Thelma Casto
Velma Casto
 
108Casto, Jeptha MasonCasto, Jeptha Mason
Jeptha Mason Casto - Photo was taken in Dunbar, West Virginia 
Jeptha Mason Casto
 
109Casto, Theodore Jennings (TJ) - World War IICasto, Theodore Jennings (TJ) - World War II
Theodore Jennings Casto 
Theodore Jennings Casto
 
110Charles and Bessie Mae Parsons FultzCharles and Bessie Mae Parsons Fultz
 
Charles Elsworth Fultz
Bessie Mae Parsons
 
111Charles BakerCharles Baker
 
Charles Baker
 
112 Charles Elwood "Chuck" Yeager (1923- )

Chuck Yeager

Charles Elwood "Chuck" Yeager (1923- ) became the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound on October 14, 1947, flying the experimental Bell X-1. He also became the first person to fly more than twice the speed of sound, flying the Bell X-1A on December 12, 1953. Yeager was born at Myra in Lincoln County and later moved to West Hamlin. He graduated from Hamlin High School in 1941. In a 1991 interview, Yeager said:

I was born in Myra, West Virginia, which was actually just a post office on Mud River, very near Hamlin, West Virginia. My first recollection was when we moved to Hamlin when I was about four or five years old. And that's where I spent my life until I was eighteen years old. It was a rural town, population of about six hundred. It's in the middle of the hills. Primarily agriculture, timber, coal mines, and some natural gas; my father was a natural gas driller. I attended grade school and I did very well in the first grade, skipped second grade and went to the third grade. And by the time I got to the fifth grade, I spent two years there. It got kind of tough. And then, grade school was just nine months out of the year that I enjoyed either running the hills or fishing, and things like that. In high school, things got a little more serious as far as my education was concerned. And also there were sports -- football and basketball -- I played both. And I also played trombone in the high school band and chased gals, so I was a pretty busy kid. The subjects that I liked very much in school were mathematics, algebra and typing. I could type 60 words a minute easily. Anything that took hand-eye coordination I had a good time at it. History and English literature, my teachers had trouble passing me. 
 
113Charles Jasper (CJ) and Nancy Barr BakerCharles Jasper (CJ) and Nancy Barr Baker
Charles Jasper (CJ) and Nancy Barr Baker 
Charles Jasper Baker
Nancy Belle Barr
 
114Charles Jasper BakerCharles Jasper Baker
Charles Jasper Baker 
Charles Jasper Baker
 
115Charles Russell Cordle (Russ)Charles Russell Cordle (Russ)
One of his favorite things was fishing. He would be pleased to know Z & B are following in his footsteps. Z was best angler at Fish Camp and B brought home a huge catfish from fish camp. I forget to tell you, B also caught a Hammer Head Shark which he did not bring home, thank goodness!! 
Charles Russell Cordle
 
116 Charlie Arnett.
Charlie Arnett. After performing on the CBS radio shows Renfro Valley Folks and Shady Valley Folks and on WWVA in Wheeling, Daisy Mae and Old Brother Charlie moved to Tampa and performed daily on WDAE during the late 1940s, amassing quite an audience. They moved to Charlotte for a short while in the early 1950s, and then returned to Tampa and continued with daily radio shows on WHBO and a weekly show on WSUN-TV. They also performed on records. Charles Erwin Arnett was born in 1913 in Chester, W. Va. When he was three years old, the family moved to Fairmont. He wrote in one of his booklets that he stayed in Fairmont until he was 17, talking of the hills and valleys, the coal mines and factories in that area. Charlie played a variety of instruments including the piano and ogran and was also a lawyer. 
 
117 Charlie Bailey
Charlie Bailey has been the head football coach at the University of Texas-El Paso since 1993. Before that, he was an assistant for numerous college teams. He is a native of Poca who graduated from Poca High School.  
 
118Childers CemeteryChilders Cemetery
Status: Unmarked. There are no visible names and only a few field stones remaining. 
Lucy Ellen Edwards
 
119Childers CemeteryChilders Cemetery
Status: Unmarked. There are no visible names and only a few field stones remaining. 
Lucy Ellen Edwards
 
120Childers CemeteryChilders Cemetery
Status: Unmarked. There are no visible names and only a few field stones remaining. 
Lucy Ellen Edwards
 
121Childers' Family Cemetery - Virtual MonumentChilders' Family Cemetery - Virtual Monument
Status: Located. Alphonso Childers: Dec. 6, 1860, age 15 years, 11 mo. 13 days (son of Joseph and Catherine Childers)

Joshua Childers and wife Catherine, Children Charles W., Alfonso, Robert L., Timothy, Elizabeth, Erlie, Rebecca. Julia,.

Lewis Childers 40 years old, Catherine 21, Olive 16, John C. 18, Alfred L. 11, Martha J. 5, Eliza J., Joseph H., John R.

J. Childers, wf Esther, Ch; Sarah J., Janeta, Henry N.

(Information provided by Juanita Burdette and Arthr Burdette 1968) 
 
122Childers, Miller, SayreChilders, Miller, Sayre
I cannot identify each individual in the photo. The writing on the bottom of the photo gives the names of the individuals. 
Otho Miller
 
123Christopher Allen Miller 1965 - 2009Christopher Allen Miller 1965 - 2009
Chris 
Christopher Allen Miller
 
124Clarence (Curly) Herdman
A sample of Curly's Music can be found under the recording tab on the siteClarence (Curly) Herdman A sample of Curly's Music can be found under the recording tab on the site
Curly (Clarence) Herdman was born in the hills of West Virginia, near Ripley, West Virginia, on 12 November 1918. Curly comes from a long line of fiddlers: his great grand dad, his grand dad, Abige Turner Herdman, his father, Wallie Wyval Herdman and an uncle by the name of Earl Herdman. His mother (Mirla Miller Herdman) played a couple of fiddle tunes pretty well. She is the one who taught Curly his first fiddle tune which was called “Kick he Dutchman Sky High”. He was playing at square dances at the age of nine. When he was eleven he began to wonder around the world, and shortly afterward he left the hills to work on a farm in Fostoria, Ohio. He then went to work for the Pennsylvania Railroad. While playing fiddle with his cousin Ira Sayre, he met and played for the great violinist, Rubbinoff, who was in Columbus, Ohio. Rubbinoff commended Curly on his method of bowing and his style of fiddling. He then went to W. H. O., Des Moines, Iowa. He later went to W.S.M., Grand Ole Opry, in the year 1935. along with the Bar X Cowboys. He was the featured fiddler at W.S.L.X,. Radio in Nashville, Tennessee. He later went to Renfro Valley Barn Dance in Kentucky. There he worked with John Lair, Red Foley, Bob Steel and Slim Millar. He then played fiddle for the famous Georgia Crackers on the station W.H.K.C. in Columbus, Ohio. In those days, his favorite fiddler was his grand-dad, Abige Turner Herdman. He also enjoyed the playing of Arthur Smith, Russ Gray, Winnie Waters, Otto Williams, Sid Heartreader and Clark Kessinger. Curly Herdman won several old time fiddling contests as of August 1967, Curly had won eighteen contests,inclding the Ohio State Championship. Curly’s brother, Troy Herdman played the guitar on several of his albums. Troy is a well known guitar player and singer.
 
Clarence Roy Herdman
Troy Earl Herdman
 
125Clinton Lewis SayreClinton Lewis Sayre
 
Clinton Lewis Sayre
 
126Clyde I Miller, Sr - Basil F. Hill, SrClyde I Miller, Sr - Basil F. Hill, Sr
Clyde Ivan Miller, Sr and Basil Fredrick Hill, Sr after a day Squirrel Hunting at the farm in Flatwoods, WV 
Basil Fredrick Hill, Sr
Clyde Ivan Miller, Sr
 
127Clyde Ivan and Thelma Casto MillerClyde Ivan and Thelma Casto Miller
Status: Located. Wreath laid on Headstone by Sonny, Wink, Doris, Nancy and Sandy Dec 2012. The first Christmas after Mom Died. Thanks  
Family: Miller/Casto (F6)
 
128Clyde Ivan Miller Sr and Thelma Casto Miller FamilyClyde Ivan Miller Sr and Thelma Casto Miller Family
BR/LR Sonny, Clyde Sr, Doris Faye, Russ, Bobbi Ann; CR Becky Tudor Miller;
FR/LR Wink, Everette, Lisa, Sandy, Nancy, Thelma holding Brenda Gail.
Photo was taken at Casto Home Place at Rosa Casto's Birtday Party. 
Family: Miller/Casto (F6)
 
129Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr  (Sonny)Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr (Sonny)
Photo about 1945 
Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr
 
130Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr (Sonny)Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr (Sonny)

Served in Viet Nam 1966-1967 
Family: Miller/Casto (F6)
Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr
 
131Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr. (Sonny) and James Leroy Miller (Jim Bob)Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr. (Sonny) and James Leroy Miller (Jim Bob)
Sonny and Jim Bob are the sons of Earle and Clyde Miller. Sonny is on left, Jim Bob on the right.
Picture was probably taken about 1969 or 70. 
Family: Miller/Thomas (F21)
Family: Miller/Casto (F6)
Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr
James Leroy Miller
 
132Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr. (Sonny) and James Leroy Miller (Jim Bob)Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr. (Sonny) and James Leroy Miller (Jim Bob)
Sonny and Jim Bob are the sons of Earle and Clyde Miller. Sonny is on right, Jim Bob on the left. Picture was probably taken 2008 
Family: Miller/Anderson (F7)
Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr
James Leroy Miller
 
133Clyde Ivan Miller, SrClyde Ivan Miller, Sr
Picture taken at the head of Cow Run, Oct 1967 
Clyde Ivan Miller, Sr
 
134Clyde Ivan Miller, Sr and wife Thelma Casto MillerClyde Ivan Miller, Sr and wife Thelma Casto Miller
This picture of Clyde and Thelma and the oldest children Barbara (Bobbi Ann) and Clyde Ivan Miller, Jr. (Sonny) was taken about 1949. The location is the head of the Left Fork of Cow Run.
This farm was originally part of the John M. Miller Homestead. 
Family: Miller/Casto (F6)
 
135Clyde Ivan Miller, Sr. and Thelma Casto-MillerClyde Ivan Miller, Sr. and Thelma Casto-Miller
Wedding picture of Clyde and Thelma. This picture was taken on 15 June 1940 by TJ Casto. Location was Cattlesburg, Kentucky, USA. Clyde and Thelma are sitting on the wall with Marion Casto standing on the left and Rosa Casto standing on the right. 
Family: Miller/Casto (F6)
Elizabeth Rose Casto
Marian Kirk
 
136Clyde Ivan Miller,SrClyde Ivan Miller,Sr
Chore time on the farm. Picture was taken in 1947 at farm in Flatwoods, WV 
Clyde Ivan Miller, Sr
 
137Cora Balch - Daughter of Samuel and Martha Hannah Vining BalchCora Balch - Daughter of Samuel and Martha Hannah Vining Balch
 
Cora B Balch
 
138Cora Balch - Daughter of Samuel and Martha Hannah Vining BalchCora Balch - Daughter of Samuel and Martha Hannah Vining Balch
 
Cora B Balch
 
139Cordle - Greenlawn CemeteryCordle - Greenlawn Cemetery
Status: Located. Charles Russell Cordle "Russ" 
Charles Russell Cordle
 
140Cossin - Korean ConflictCossin - Korean Conflict
Picture taken by Columbus Dispatch  
Carl Virgil Cossin
 
141Cottageville, Jackson County West VirginiaCottageville, Jackson County West Virginia
The bridge leading into Cottageville. On south side of the bridge (left in picture) was the mill and the village of Cottageville. The right side of the picture, Route 33 leading to Ripley and points beyond.  
Cottageville, Jackson County, West Virginia, USA
 
142Country BumpkinCountry Bumpkin
This photo was taken on our farm at Flatwoods about 1943 The chicken house in the left of the picture burned to the ground about 1947, killing all of the baby chickens. The fire started from a kerosene brooder. A brooder is a piece of equipment that was used to keep baby chicks warm. This was heartbreaking to us as a family but a big financial set back.

On the hillside in the background, was the home of a Jersery Bull. The fence on this property was not very good and sometimes the bull would escape. Across the road to our house he would come. Mom, Sonny and I would be held captive until Dad came home from the fields to chase him off, usually with a 16 gage shotgun loaded with salt.
 
Family: Miller/Casto (F6)
 
143 Country Road
The Highway Bluegrass Boys
Local Jackson County - Lowell Hood, Janey Hood, Jimmie Kenneth (Butch) Sayre. Song was written by Ricky Hood 
Lowell Hood
Ricky Gale Hood
Jimmie Kenneth Sayre
 
144Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007
We love to celebrate Cow Run Day. Do you ever stop to think about who started Cow Run Day? This lady was one of he founders and served as a sponsor for nineteen years. 
Gladys Lucille Shinn
 
145Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007
Art and Rebecca Hughes.  
Rebecca Jeanette Goodwin
Earl Arthur Hughes
 
146Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007
This lady has sent me enough stuff for Art's List to keep me busy for the rest of my life. Maybe I will get it all posted soon. Thanks Maxine!! 
Beatrice Maxine Hoschar
 
147Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007
Hazel Hughes- Sayre
A great lady at any gathering. 
Hazel May Hughes
 
148Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007
This lady in red is at least eight years older than I am but she looks 15 years younger than me. Must be the fresh mountain air and clean living.  
 
149Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007
Ah-one, ah-two

I don't know who the band members are that played at Cow Run Day but from all accounts they were very good. 
 
150Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007Cow Run Day 1 Sep 2007
Wonder who these lovely ladies are? 
 

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