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Bercha Whittington (1894-1961) & Ruth Whittington (1892-1952)
Bercha Whittington (1894-1961) & Ruth Whittington (1892-1952)

Find-A-Grave 
 
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John Adam Wehrwein dancing with his wife Dorthea Stoltenberg in a rare moment of frivolity
John Adam Wehrwein dancing with his wife Dorthea Stoltenberg in a rare moment of frivolity
 
 
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 Life was not so good in Europe 0:59
Life was not so good in Europe 0:59
 
 
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 Phil, Dorothy Art October 1964.jpg
Phil, Dorothy Art October 1964.jpg
 
 
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'A Pleasant Birthday Gathering'
"A Pleasant Birthday Gathering"
Transcription of Woman's Exponent article 
 
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'Encyclopedic Directory: Biography, Directory, Politics, Religion,' Clay County, Indiana, ca. 1896
"Encyclopedic Directory: Biography, Directory, Politics, Religion," Clay County, Indiana, ca. 1896

"Deal, Daniel, retired, lived on Cass St, b. Harrison, IN 1824 & came to Clay County in 1895

Deal, Noah, miner at No. 1 Shaft of Coal Co., lived on Cass St, b. 1859 Putnam, IN & came to Clay County in 1895

Deal, Charles, miner at No. 1 Shaft of Coal Co., lived on Cass St, b. 1866 Putnam, IN & came to Clay County in 1895"

There were two other men named Deal, Charles (b. 1868 Ohio) and James (b. 1860 Ohio) who came to Clay County in 1888 and were the grandsons of a carpenter-painter, David Deal (b. 1798 Maryland) and sons of a carpenter-painter, David Deal (b. 1818 Ohio).

There were six men named Decker, some of whom were born in Canada, Pennsylvania, and Clay County, and were plumbers, store-keepers, or fire insurance agents.

This page lacked the code that indicated the church attended and political party voted.

Edited by Roy Richard Thomas Sep 2009 
 
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'Old St. Paul's Church:  Catawba County's Oldest By Far'
"Old St. Paul's Church: Catawba County's Oldest By Far"

By Anne Huffman

Copy of article in "Hickory Daily Record," June 6, 1970 - Reprinted Sunday, March 26, 2006 
 
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'Pastoral Scene,' fall in the Cedar Creek Valley, Shenandoah County, VA
"Pastoral Scene," fall in the Cedar Creek Valley, Shenandoah County, VA

http://www.vagenweb.org/shenandoah/phot1/ced_creek.html

The Cedar Creek Valley lies between two mountains, Little North and Big North Mountain, on the west side of the Shenandoah Valley.

The state line between Virginia and West Virginia runs along the ridge of Big North Mountain of the Allegheny Mountains.

The "Battle of Cedar Creek" (19 Oct 1864) took place well downstream, between Middletown and Strasburg, VA along present day U.S. 11, near where Cedar Creek joins the North Fork of the the Shenandoah River. The battle is not related, except by the name of the creek, to the Zepp, VA area.  
 
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03 - Old Nauvoo Burial Grounds - Path from Parking with Susan Howard
03 - Old Nauvoo Burial Grounds - Path from Parking with Susan Howard
 
 

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