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3651 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Macel was married to a Knightstep before 1937. They were married May 29, 1926 His name was Delmer Knightstep he was 24 she was 22. They had Robert ( Bob) Clyde born Feb. 26, 1927. Delmer was a mechanic. 
Rhodes, Macel (I3271)
3652 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Marriage records give her being born Jackson Co.

half sister in CO. 
Hughes, Hazel May (I3249)
3653 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Miss Young Betrothed to Private Miller
Announcement is made of the engagement of Brenda Lee Young, daught er of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Young of Ripley, to Private Eddie Dean Miller, s on of Mr. and Mrs. Marion F. Miller of Cottageville.
Miss Young is a graduate of Ripley High School with the class of 1967.
Private Miller attended Ripley and Ravenswood schools.
Private Miller is serving in the U. S. Army and is now stationed at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
Wedding Plans are incomplete. 
Miller, Eddie Dean (I10377)
3654 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Mom told this story about grandpa. He was engaged to a Verona Jones and she went West had a baby by grandpa. After she left he married grandma. The Jones girl married a Miller after she came back. Mom said she (Jones) come to see grandpa when she (Mom) was small and grandpa went to the road and talked to her. Never heard anymore from her.
On court house marriage records it has Ina name as Iva Hughes, him just as R. E. Hartley. They were married by E. D. W. King.

Aug. 7, 1911 Dutch Ridge newspaper
Ray Hartley is busy baling straw in the neighbor of Mt. Alto.

In local paper Ray Hartley is logging on Cow Run in April 30, 1912 newspaper.
In same paper Andy Fox helped Melton Miller build a new barn.

My grandfather died on my sister Imogene Hoschar Shamblin 23rd birthday.

Hartley, Raymond Edward (I12845)
3655 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Mrs. Cora Hartley Ball Rowley, 71, died at her home Sunday at Ravenswo od R t. 1 and the funeral was Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the C. D. Vannest home and the burial will be at the Pleasent View Cemetery. The Rev Armour Sayre will officiate. She was the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Carr Hartley. She is survived by 2 daughters Mrs.(C. D .)Sara Vannest of Ravenswood and Mrs. (D. E.)Mary Sayre and one brother Raymond E. Hartley of Cottageville. 
Hartley, Cora Isabell (I2621)
3656 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Newspaper January 29, 1912 Cottageville Rt. 1 A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Holly Hughes.

Obituary has his name Hollie J. Hughes record at courthouse shows Jasper Holly. His birth record was a delayed one, on record at Jackson Co. Courthouse. The 1900 census list him as Jasper H. single age 19. 
Hughes, Holly Jasper (I93)
3657 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Opie parents are Mr. and Mrs. Rondle Tackett, grandparent are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Workman 
Tackett, Opie Lewis (I2993)
3658 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Parents A. and Mary E. Flowers.
This is his father
Augustus Flowers for many years an inmate of the Spencer Asylum, died at his home near Angerona on Friday, January 18, 1912. He was 67 years of age, and is survived by his widow, one daughter and four sons; Mrs. A. C. Parsons of Ripley Rt. 2, Charles and Charley Flowers of Chancey, Ohio, and Burtrum and (could not read name) Flowers of Angerona. The funeral was held at Otterbein U. B. Church. Rev. J. W. Martin Officiating. (Mountaineer, 26 Jan. 1912.

His mother was born in Ohio, father WV. 
Flowers, Alfred Bertrun (I2694)
3659 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Parents G. W. Myrtle Kessel Casto. They also have a great-grandson Robert Casto. 
Casto, Raymond R. (I3358)
3660 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Parents Lonnie and Bonnie Bowles both dead when when Charles and Kitty married his grandmother Maggie Smith of Given. 
Bowles, Charles Lucian (I3502)
3661 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Raymond McClure, 72, of Columbus, formerly of Leon, Mason Co., WV died Jan. 7, 1990, at home after a long illness.
He was retired from American Aggregate Corp., Columbus.
Surviving; wife, Beulah (Eulah sister is Beulah) Herdman McClure; sons, Larry of Columbus and Terry of Fredericktown; daughters, Jeanett Morris of Hilliard and Annette Schultz of Leon; half brother Wayne McClure of Columbus; half sisters. Deloris Nelson, Vera Barnhart of Columbus, Viola McDade and Daisy Durst, both of Leon; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
Burial will be in Smith Cemetery. 
McClure, Raymond Adam (I3647)
3662 [HartleyRay.FTW]

record has Leo Blake. His parents are Denzil and Velva Sayre Fox. He was in World War II. Burial Otterbein Cemetery.
Blake Leo Fox, 70, of Ripley, died March 8, 1988, in Jackson General Hospital, following a long illness.
He was born in Angerona, a son of the late Denzil and Velva Say re Fox. He was in World War II. U.S. Army veteran and a member of the Otterbein Church. he was a retired operating engineer and a member of the Operating Engineers Union Local No. 132.
He is survived by two sons, Jeffrey B. Fox of Evans and Wesley B. F ox of W ashington, D. C..; one Daughter Melissa Hatcher of Evans; three gr and daughters, Ashley Fox, Whitney and Kendra Hatcher.
Burial Otterbein Cemetery. 
Fox, Blake Leo (I2991)
3663 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Records has her as Susie Vernice. S. S. number issued WV. Did not give w he re lived on her or husband.

From newspaper:

A Charleston housewife was killed and her three children and husband were injured in a car-tractor trailer accident Sunday morning on U. S. 21, six miles north of Sissonville.
Mrs. Bernice McKemy, 37, of 839 Somerest Dr. , was listed dead on arrival at Mountain State Hospital. She died of a broken neck and chest injuries.
State Police Trooper D. L. Orndorff of the Ripley detachment said Mrs. McKemy was driving the car carrying her family toward Ripley when the vehicle hit the rear wheel of a tractor-trailer driven by Ray L. Selzer of Lakemore, Ohio.
Trooper Orndorff said the fatal accident occurred on a curve. The McKemy car then skidded over into a ditch, Orndorff said the road was dry.
Her husband, William, and three children were taken to Mountain State Hospital. William McKemy was treated for multiple bruises and was released. The McKemy's son, William, also was treated for bruises and released. The daughters, Lorita, 3, and infant Carmelita, were admitted for treatment of head injuries.
A native of Jackson County, Mrs. McKemy lived in Charleston for the past nine years. She was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church on E. Washington St.
Also surviving are her mother, Mrs. Dora Roseberry of Ripley; three brothers, William and Leon Roseberry, both of Ripley, and Lovell Roseberry of Belpre., Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Fox of Charleston and Miss Mamie Roseberry of Ripley. (There is a picture of the car in the newspaper)
The body is at Cunningham mortuary. 
Roseberry, Susie Bernice (I2927)
3664 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Remarried after 1981. 
Sayre, Naomi Erma (I3349)
3665 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Retired from B & O Railroad. S.S. issued by railroad board. 716-18-3563. 
Herdman, Roy Elven (I3186)
3666 [HartleyRay.FTW]

S. S. issued WV lived at Leon, WV Mason Co. He was a World War II Veteran, a retired horse trainer and a Protestant. No children listed or wife living. 
Barr, Russell (I3172)
3667 [HartleyRay.FTW]

S.S. issued by railroad 717-01-0816 doesn't give where lived. 
Herdman, Clarence Roy (I8941)
3668 [HartleyRay.FTW]

S.S. issued in WV 232-40-6213 Lived at Pt. Pleasent, WV 
Moore, Mary E. (I3326)
3669 [HartleyRay.FTW]

S.S. issued WV 232-05-0049 lived at Fairmont when received S.S. 
Herdman, Clinton (I3628)
3670 [HartleyRay.FTW]

She died at age 88y 5m 12days. I got their death records from the courthouse records copied by the Library. In the 1860 census she was 50 years old. Antioch Cemetery records has Dec.18,1891 it has her age 85y 9m 16 days. 1880 census has her age as 76. She was a twin. 
Hughes, Mary Jane (I9656)
3671 [HartleyRay.FTW]

She died of a kidney problem, she had a kidney transplant. She was married to Basil Carl Casto. She was 17 at time of death. Buried Cherry Grove Cemetery. 
Miller, Iva Carleen (I10378)
3672 [HartleyRay.FTW]

She graduated from Ripley High School in 1963. Both her and her sister are buried at Pine Hill Cemetery at Ripley, WV. 
Miller, Betty Lou (I3274)
3673 [HartleyRay.FTW]

She was a twin to Alvin. 
Fox, Female (I3119)
3674 [HartleyRay.FTW]

she was Isabelle Harrison Carter's daughter. No children. 
Carter, Virginia (I3687)
3675 [HartleyRay.FTW]

She was the daughter of Floyd and Polly Moore-Baier. 
Baier, Clara Alberta (I3717)
3676 [HartleyRay.FTW]

She was the daughter of Oscar and Eliza Jane King Sayre. 
Sayre, Clara Marthenia (I3111)
3677 [HartleyRay.FTW]

She weighted 5 lbs. 11 1/2 oz. born at 10:23. 
Leonard, Natalie Jane (I3462)
3678 [HartleyRay.FTW]

The 1900 census Jackson Co. list him as being a widowed.

Name: James Herdman
Home in 1880: Union, Jackson, West Virginia
Age: 25
Estimated birth year: abt 1855
Birthplace: West Virginia
Relation to head-of-household: Something other than a direct relation sh ip (Other)
Neighbors: View others on page
Occupation: Farm Laborer
Marital Status: Widower
Race: White
Gender: Male
Cannot read/write:


Deaf and dumb:

Otherwise disabled:

Idiotic or insane: View image
Household Members: Name Age
Rebecca Hogan 65
Joseph Hogan 29
James Herdman 25
Sarah Sinclair 47 
Herdman, James Madison (I616)
3679 [HartleyRay.FTW]

The 1920 census has the family list as John J. 41, Elpha M. 30, (Cozart) Clinton L. 11 , Reba C. as 2 months, Sarah H. Cozart as 54 widow Mother-in- law. 
Sayre, John Jerome (I3440)
3680 [HartleyRay.FTW]

The census of 1870 list him as age 45 farmer tax worth 2000-500 born Ohi o, list Elizabeth as 35 born Ohio.

This was in the Ravenswood News and printed in the Mountaineer News in June 6, 1913 paper.

Death of Edward Hartley
Monday evening Mr. Edward Hartley died at his home in Union Distric t. He w as stricken with paralysis two week ago and his death had been exp ecte d. He was 89 years old an a man of strict integrity, highest honor and enjoyed the respect of a large number of people. He was a large property owner and an influential man .
He is survived by seven children, Mrs. Hughey V. McCoy, who lived and cared for her father , Thomas Hartley, of Cow Run, J. C. Hartley of Missouri, Mrs. Jane Rowan, Kansas, P. S. Hartley of Salem, Oregon and Edward Hartley who is in South American. The burial will occur today at 11 o'clock at Flatwoods Cemetery. { Ravenswood News} (Mountaineer, 6 Jun. 19 13)

He was one of many Jackson Co. Home Guards during the Civil War.
Edward Hartley Pvt. ; 36; (Bibbee) ; MI Cottageville, 7/19/1863; MO 8/20 /1 864; B: Ohio; Res. Cow Run, 1860.

Hartley, Edward (I2611)
3681 [HartleyRay.FTW]

The records are wrong some place the death records at court house that the Jackson Co. Library Compiled by Linda Murdock has death June 7 1902 at age 2 months 5 days parents E. Hettie Herdman died at Providence. The birth records has born March 22, 1903 as being born dead. Parents E. and Hettie Herdman at Providence he was a saw miller. THE RECORDS AT COURT HOUSE ARE A BIG MESS.
Herdman, Bonnie O. (I3261)
3682 [HartleyRay.FTW]

They lived in West Virginia until 1943 when he was transferred to New Mexico. Where he died. He was a minister. 
Loudin, Rev John Jackson (I2849)
3683 [HartleyRay.FTW]

They lived on the home farm until 1946 when my grandfather (Raymond E. Hartley) purchased the farm it joined two other farms he owned. Hoyt moveed to B elpre, Ohio. They maintained a home for his father until he di ed in 195
They lived there till they both died. Both buried in Ohio. Alice a nd An na was twins.

The Courthouse record give the date as 6-27-1917. him 22 her 25. Has her name spelled as McGlothlen.

Hoyt R. Hartley, 82, of Route 1, Coolville, Ohio, died Monday at his residence.
He was born at Cottageville a son of the late Stephen A. and Victoria K ng Hartley. He spent 52 years in Cottageville, Rt. on Cow Run and lived 28 years in Belpre, OH, and the last two at Coolville. He was a member of the Belpre Heights United Methodist Church, was a farmer and a caarpente, and was employed for several years was employed by the Stacey Lumber Co., Belpre.
Survives include his wife, Faye McGlothlin Hartley; one son, Herbert F ., Frederick, MD,; four daughters, Mrs John (Martha) Rexroad, Fleming, O H, Mr s, Virgial (Alice) Cunningham of Coolville, Route 1; Mrs. Leonard (Anna) McKitrick, Parkersburg, Mrs. Roy (Freda) Stephens, Lower Salem, OH; 14 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; three brothers, Theodore (Ted) Hartley, Richland, WA., Luther (Pete) of Morgantown, William H. of T roy, OH; t wo sisters Mrs. Alpha Conner of Modesta, CA., Mrs. Elizabeth Loudi, Richland, Wash. 
Hartley, Hoyt Ross (I2854)
3684 [HartleyRay.FTW]

They lived on the Stephen Hartley Farm just down the road from where my grandfather owned a farm Raymond E. Hartley. It is a large house with about 9 rooms in it The son Henery Martin Hartley now owns the farm.

John Henry Hartley, 78, of Cottageville died Sunday at his home after a two-months illness.
He was the son of the late H. T. and Laura Fennimore Hartley and was a retired farmer. He attended Antioch United Brethren Church.
Surviving are his wife, Eula Burgess Hartley; a daughter, Geraldine Sa yr e. Ravenswood; three sons, John Jr. of Parkersburg, Landon of Cottageville and Martin of Ravenswood; a stepson Richard Burgess, Huntington; four sisters Edna Stahlman Reedy, Lucy Hartley of Spencer, Grace Carlson of Barberton, Oh, and Ivy Lloyd of Republic, OH; and five grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Josephine Sayre Hartley; and by a sister, Ruth Hartley.
Services will be held today (Wednesday), 2 p.m. at the Casto Funeral H om e, Evans, with the Rev. Curtis Sayre officiating. Burial will be in the Otterbein Cemetery.

Hartley, John Henry (I2893)
3685 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Thomas was a carpenter and owned a saw mill and a planing mill near Baden, WV. They had 7 children. 1870 census list him as Thomas T. Jr. The story goes he built the Cherry Grove Church on Cow Run for $400.00. It was completed and dedicated as a M. E. Church South, in 1894 this was in an article W. M. King wrote of Cow Run. 
Hartley, Thomas T. Jr (I2719)
3686 [HartleyRay.FTW]

weighed 6 lbs. 11 ozs. and was 19 1/2 inches long her grandparents are J or den and Kaye Vannest and paternal grandparent are
George and Eloise Danko. 
Danko, Jordan Nicole (I2974)
3687 [HartleyRay.FTW]

Wesley Blaine Fox

Wesley Blaine Fox, 33, of Washingotn, DC., formerly of Evans died Ju ne 2 8, at his home following an extended illness.
He was the son of Claudette Shaver of Evans and the late Blake Fox. He was born Aug. 19, 1958. He was a graduate of Ripley High School a nd the University of Washington, D.C. He obtained a degree in nursing from the Catholic University of America. He attend the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Surviving; brother Jeffrey of Evans and sister Milissa Hatcher of Bartlett, TN; three nieces, Ashley Fox, Kendra and Whitney Hatche r. Services wi ll be 4 p.m. July 4, at Sligo Seventh Day Adventist Church Tucoma Park, Maryland. Burial will be at a later date in the Otterbein Cemetery, Evans. 
Fox, Wesley Blaine (I3138)
3688 [HartleyRay.FTW]
He was the son of John Stewart and Elizabeth Coon.
He first married Amanda Anderson daughter of John and Elizabeth Rairden Anderson Feb. 1 1872. 
Stewart, Alonzo (I3906)
3689 [HartleyRay.FTW]
Her first husband was Claire McCloud
She has children Clair McCloud and Robert she also has a girl Judith A. McCloud she died March 24, 1999 She was born Feb. 28, 1946 at Falls View, Fayette Co., WV. Margaret's father was Robert "Jubie" Nichols. His brother Colonel Nichols sister Martha Spencer. Margart brothers, Colonel , Raymond, Robert Jr., 
Nichols, Margaret Ann (I16782)
3690 [HartleyRay.FTW]
In newspaper April 10 1911. Rt. 1 Cottageville Wade and Ina Hughes have gone to Amy in Lincoln Co., WV (Her father worked in the oil field there.)
May 26, 1911 Wade Hughes come home from Lincoln Co. Monday. From Loan Oak News.

Courthouse news Nov. 1, 1911 Wade Hughes disturbing religious services and Perry Scarberry.

1900 census list him as William W. age 22 single.
At time of death gives him single. May have never married. Records show Webb and Maggie (Herdman) Hughes.
1900 census list him as William W. I had Wade William changed to William Wade, seem most had it that way. Record not always correct.
I am told that he had a son, named Very, but was never married.
I never knew he was a preacher.
From Art

William Wade Hughes (b. 02 September 1877, d. 06 May 1927)
William Wade Hughes (son of William Pleasant Hughes and Mary Margaret Herdman) was born 02 September 1877 in Mason Co. WVa., and died 06 May 1927 in Jackson Co. WVa.. He married none.

Notes for William Wade Hughes:
Also seen as Wade William. Headstone shows birth date as 9/02/1877. Could be Sept 2 , or 9 Feb. Was a Preacher. Buried Creston Cemetery, Mason Co.
W.W. never married, but did have a son, whose name is verbally reported as Vary. This could be a nick name. The mother was Ella/Ellen? Metheny. Her first name in doubt. She was married to 1st a Knapp or Cap?, and then to Ceciro Wheeler.

More About William Wade Hughes:
Burial: Creston Cemetery Evans, WV.

Children of William Wade Hughes and none are:
Vary Hughes, b. date unknown.

Name: W. W. Hughes
Death Date: 06 May 1927
Death Place: Jackson, West Virginia
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Mother: Maggie Herdman
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Father: Webb Hughes
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Hughes, William Wade (I6886)
3691 [HartleyRay.FTW] Barr, Daisy Violet (I2178)
3692 [Hartley]
Charles Jr. and Jane Baker

J. J. book has her born in 1725 in Chester Co., PA died at Sycamore Li ck R un, Harrison Co. probably after 1780. 
Baker, Mary Susannah (I227)

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