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51Silver Bridge Collaspe
Click here to see article an excellent article about the "Collapse of the Silver Bridge" This is a very good site recounting the collaspe of the Silver Bridge at Point Pleasant, WV on 15 Dec 1967.  
 
52The History of APRONS !!
This was sent to me by Maxine. Do you remember your grandmother's apron? I remember my grandma's apron, Zona Donohew's apron, Aunt Dora Roseberry's apron and a dozen more just like this. They were used just as it is described in this little poem. 
 
53The Mothman
There are a lot of superstitions and strange sightings around the TNT Area. One of them is about "The Mothman"  
 
54TNT Area
Another Link from Nancy regarding the TNT Area in Mason County. TNT
Area of Mason County
This article in from the Charleston Gazette.

 
 
55Turning the Church Around
Loggerhead Church 
 
56William Anderson (Devil Anse) Hatfield (1839-1921)
William Anderson (Devil Anse) Hatfield (1839-1921) was the leader of the Hatfield clan during the famous feud with the McCoys.  
 
57William Milfred Batten (1909-1999)
William Milfred Batten (1909-1999) was President of the J. C. Penny Corporation from 1958 to 1964 and Chairman of the Board of the New York Stock Exchange from 1976 to 1984. He was born at Reedy in Roane county, although an obituary at the Ohio State College of Business website says, "He started as a stock room employee in 1926 in his hometown of Parkersburg, W. Va., and worked his way up to chairman of the board and CEO, retiring in 1974. He is widely credited as the architect for that company. Among his achievements there were significantly expanding the merchandising line, introducing the J. C. Penney credit card and launching the company's catalog business."  
 
58Woodrow Wilson Barr (1918-1942
Woodrow Wilson Barr (1918-1942), a Marine killed in action during World War II, was posthumously awarded the Silver Star medal for his “conspicuous gallantry and intrepedity in action” during the action at Tulagi in the Solomon Islands. The U. S. S. Barr, a Navy Buckley-class destroyer escort, was named for him. He was born in Keyser.  
Woodrow Wilson Barr
 

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