George 'Goen' Huggins            

3rd GENERATION 

 

 

 

Francis Marion Furbee                    Samuel J. Furbee                    William "Will Tommy" Thomas Huggins

Henry Nelson Huggins                George Washington Huggins                    Emma J. Huggins Pell

Rosa E. Huggins Belt                    Lloyd Brooks Huggins                    Louisa Jane Harlan Postlewait

Atha Elizabeth Harlan Zwick            Viola B. Harlan Calvert                    George Ervan Harlan

James D. Harlan                                Levi Thomas Harlan                        Friend Sanford Harlan

John A. Hafer                                    Celia A. Hafer Goddard                    Grover Cleveland Huggins

William Harrison Huggins                    Roxie Huggins

 

  08.FRANCIS MARION FURBEE (ELIZABETH "JANE"2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 12 April 18731 or 18742  in Wetzel County and died 14 December 1950 from endocarditis and arteriosclerosis at Wetzel County Hospital in New Martinsville.2    He was buried at Northview Cemetery in New Martinsville.2    (Click here to view Death Certificate).

 

    During the 1880, 1900 & 1910 censuses, he lived with his parents.  (Click here to view census information)

  

    On 24 March 1915, Francis married widow MARTHA J. DUNHAM CLARK in Wetzel County.3  The daughter off ANTHONY DUNHAM and CATHERINE YOHO, Martha was  born 24 January 1873 in Wetzel County2 and died there on 18 October 1942. 2  She was buried at Antioch Cemetery in New Martinsville.2  (Click here to view Death Certificate).

 

    Martha had been married on 28 October 1893 in Wetzel County to HENRY FOSTER CLARK 4 aka FOSTER CLARK.  (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  The son of DAVID CLARK and AMANDA POSTLETHWAIT, he was born January 1869 in West Virginia5 and died from consumption 04 March 1914 in New Dale, Wetzel County.104 Martha had at least two children with FOSTER

(1) DAISY MAE CLARK, born 22 February 1890
85 in West Virginia5 and died 19 May 1909 5,105 in New Dale, Wetzel County.105  She married DAVID FURBEE 105 who was born 22 September 1884 in Wetzel County and died 09 January 1944 in his home at 2003 - 1st Street, Moundsville from cirrhosis of the liver. (Click here to view Death Certificate).   He was buried at Northview Cemetery in New Martinsville. 

After Daisy's death, David married ELLA PARSONS on 15 January 1912 in New Martinsville. (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  The daughter of JEAHUE FRANKLIN PARSONS aka FRANK PARSONS and REBECCA PEGG, she was born 31 August 1892103 in Wetzel County102 and died September 1985 possibly in Marshall County.103

(2) LLOYD S. CLARK who was born 12 December 1900103 in West Virginia5 and died 09 March 1980.103  He was buried at Northview Cemetery in New Martinsville.106  His Social Security card was issued before 1951 in Ohio.103        

  

   On 12 September 1918, Francis completed a WW I Draft Application card.  His year of birth was shown as 1873; he lived in Bebee, his occupation was “Farmer” and contact person was his wife, Martha.  His physical description was shown as being stout of medium height with brown eyes and dark brown hair.

     

    1920 Census (taken on 8 January):6 

Francis (age 46) & Martha (46) lived on their rented farm in Proctor District.  They had no children.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Hanna Brock (age 63), Thomas Adams (74), Lindsay Paugh (37), Troy McIntyire* (37), John Amos (74), Joseph Newman (36), Friend Mason (51), Joseph Pegg (59), Thomas Pyles (49) and Thomas Mason (27).
 

            *Troy McIntyre was a 2nd cousin 1x removed to Francis Marion Furbee.

 

 

    1930 Census (taken on 29 April):7 

Francis (age 56) & Martha (56) lived on their farm ($500 value) with nephew Emery Lemasters (14) & "granddaughter" Fayetta "Furkee" (4).

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Harry Mee (27), Friend Ritz (46), Victor Ritz (79), “Alter Furkee” * (72), George Workman (65), Jason Paugh (77), Henry

Games (79), Enoch Truex (76), William Dunston (33), Chester Parsons (45), Randal Moore (45) and J. Elbert Huff (62).

                              * Alexander Furbee was Francis M. Furbee’s 1st cousin.

 

 

 

 

  09.  SAMUEL J. FURBEE (ELIZABETH "JANE"2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 10 February 1877 in New Dale8 and died September 1968, Rayland, Jefferson County, Ohio.9

 

    During the 1880 census, Samuel lived with his parents.10   (Click here to view census information).

    On 19 October 1899, he married INDIANA ELIZABETH LEMASTERS aka LIZZIE n Wetzel County.11  The daughter of  GEORGE WASHINGTON LEMASTERS and MARY ANN MURPHY, he was born 19 July 1879 in West Virginia9 and died before September 1968.9

 

    During the 1900 Census, Samuel lived with his parents12 and Lizzie with her parents.98

 

    1910 Census (taken on  26 April):13

 

Samuel (age 32) & Lizzie (30) lived on a rented farm in Proctor District with sons Tommy (9) and George (6).  Samuel

was a farmer and the children attended school  Lizzie had given birth to 2 children, both still living.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Nicholas Blatt (age 50), August Blatt (42), Rosa Foland (64), John Scheibelhood (60), Frank Kelly (46), August

Buchner (69), Harrison Huggins (67)*, Lewis Buchanan (59) and Lewis Buchanan (59).
 

            * Harrison Huggins was Samuel's uncle.     

 

 

    1920 Census (taken on 17 January):14

 

"Sam J." (age 42) & Lizzie (40) lived on a farm (no mortgage) in Proctor District with children Thomas (19 years),

George (16), Paul (7), Bertha (4), Raymond (1 year 11 months) and Edna (10 months).  Samuel was a farmer,

Thomas and George farm laborers and Paul attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Lewis Wade (age 50), Dr. P. {Pemberton} L. Freeland (55), Thomas Furbee (80)*, Mont

Dunham (27)**, H. T. {Henry Thomas} Garner (37)***,  Presley Dunham (53)****, Fred Goddard (40)****, Foster

Goddard (50)****, Albert Garner (41)*****, Bruce Clark (44) and William Baker (34).
 

            * Thomas Furbee was Samuel's father.

            ** Mont Dunham was Samuel's half 2nd cousin.

            *** Henry Thomas Garner was Samuel's 3rd cousin.

            **** Presley Dunham, Fred Goddard and Foster Goddard were Samuel's half 1st cousin 1x removed.

            ***** Albert Garner was Samuel's 2nd cousin 1x removed.

 

    1930 CENSUS

 

 

Children of SAMUEL J. FURBEE and INDIANA ELIZABETH LEMASTERS:

 

.                      i.     THOMAS FURBEE was born about 1901 in West Virginia.13  During the 1910 & 1920 censuses, he lived with his family.13,14

 

                                   1930 CENSUS

                     There was a Thomas Furbee (b. 1901 WV) on the 1930 census living in Mingo Junction, Jefferson County, Ohio with wife Bessie (age 23),

                                   children Mary E. (age 3) & Betty J. (age 1) and Bessie’s brother, Paul Cook (age 20).  Thomas & Paul worked at a steel mill – Thomas as a

                                   millwright and Paul a laborer.  Neither served in the military.  Thomas and Bessie had been married for about 5 years.

                                    {Page 11 of 43 at ancestry.com; Date of Census:  5 April 1930}  -  Unsure if this is “our” Thomas Furbee family.

 

                      iii.     GEORGE S. FURBEE was born about 1906 in West Virginia. 13

.

                               During the 1910 & 1920 censuses, he lived with his parents. 13,14

 

                                   1930 CENSUS

 

                               Further details unknown.

 

                      iii.     PAUL FURBEE was born 23 August 1912 in New Dale and died 21 January 2005 in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida.34  He lived in Mingo Junction prior to moving to Florida.

 

                              During the 1920 census, he lived with his parents. 14

 

                                  1930 CENSUS

 

                              Obituary from Herald-Star - (04 March 2005)

                               

                              FT. LAUDERDALE, {Broward County} Fla. - Paul Furbee, 92, of Ft. Lauderdale, formerly of Mingo Junction, passed away Jan. 21, 2005, in Florida.

                              He was born Aug. 23, 1912, in New Dale, W.Va., son of the late Elizabeth Indiana Furbee and Samuel J. Furbee.

                              Paul owned a trucking business in Hialeah, Fla., near Miami.

                              He is survived by his brother, Olen Furbee of Rayland {Jefferson County}. Five brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. The Barbara Falowski Cremation Services handled the arrangements.

 

                      iv.     BERTHE S. FURBEE was born about 1916 in West Virginia. 14

                              During the 1920 census, she lived with her parents. 14

                             

                                  1930 CENSUS

 

                              Further details unknown.

 

                      v.     RAYMOND FURBEE was born 10 January 1917 in West Virginia9 and died 28 May 1974 at Trinity West Hospital in Steubenville, Jefferson County, Ohio.35

                              During the 1920 census, he lived with his parents. 14

 

                                   1930 CENSUS

                             

                              His social security number begins with a “7”, indicating he worked for the railroad at some point.  He was married at the time of his death.  Other details unknown.

 

                      vi.     EDNA FURBEE was born about 1919 in West Virginia. 14

                              During the 1920 census, she lived with her parents. 14

 

                                   1930 CENSUS

 

                              Ancestry.com has an Edna Olive Crouch listed in their Ohio Deaths 1908-1932, 1938-1944 and 1958-2002 Record database.  This Edna’s maiden name was Furbee, she was born 14 March 1918 in West Virginia and died 26 December 1991 in Steubenville.

                              Very possible this is “our” Edna but it’s not proven.

 

                     vii.     OLEN FURBEE was probably born after the 1920 census.  (I can't locate the Furbee family in the 1930 census).  According to brother Paul’s obituary, he had a surviving brother named Olen who lived in Rayland, Jefferson County, Ohio.

 

                    viii.     MALE FURBEE – details unknown.  Brother Paul’s obituary stated he had had 6 brothers and 2 sisters.

 

                     ix.     MALE FURBEE – See above.

 

                               

 

 

  10.  WILLIAM THOMAS HUGGINS aka WILL TOMMY HUGGINS (HARRISON WILLIAM2, GEORGE1) was born 02 May 1864 in Proctor District 15 and died 29 December 1954 in Wileyville.  He was buried at Poole Cemetery at Fairview Ridge, Wetzel County. (Click here to view Death Certificate; click here to view Gravestone).

    During the 1870 & 1880 censuses, he lived with his family. (Click here to view census information)

 

    On 30 December 1885, Will Tommy married (1) ROSA BELLE WYKERT in Wetzel County.16 The daughter of SAMUEL WYKERT and NANCY HENDERSHOT, she was born 17 September 1867 in Proctor District and died from tuberculosis* on 05 April 1925 in Wileyville.2  She was buried with her husband at Poole Cemetery.2  (Click here to view Death Certificate).

*The Helmick Family Tree on Rootsweb.com (operated by Ernest Helmick whose wife was Will Tommy's great-granddaughter) has an entry about Rosa's death as follows:

Bell died from an accident. She was working on cleaning up cabinets and
rooms etc. from a home in new Martinsville. While outside burning some papers,
on a windy day, Bell was holding them down with a stick when a cartridge,
somehow went off in the fire. The bullet struck her in the eye and caused blood
poison to set in. She lived only a short time afterwards. She was taken to the
cemetery in a wagon by Palmers Funeral service up the hill to the Pool
cemetery. There were very few vehicles back then.

Jane Evaline Dawson's husband was shot on his way to a spring to get
some water. She and three of her children were staying in the house, It was a
sort of poor farm for people. Bell and Tommy were going to move back to the
farm when Bell had her accident. Bell was cleaning it up before moving.


 

 

    Land Transactions:17

 On 31 May 1890, Will Tommy purchased 17 acres of land on McCloud Run from William & Louise Moore.

On 17 June 1890, he sold the 17 acres to Margaret Butler.

4 August 1890, Rosa purchased 7+ acres of land in Proctor District from A. T. {Absalom} and Louise Fair.

19 February 1894, they sold the 7+ acres of land to Emily McCullough.

16 April 1895, Will Tommy purchased 3.25 acres from Rachel Cross on Shenango Run, Green District, Wetzel County.

12 August 1908, Will Tommy purchased 166 acres of land near Wileyville from T. F. & M. J. Pittman.

12 August 1910, they sold the 3.25 acres purchased on 16 April 1895 to John Haines.

 

 

 

    On 20 July 1894, 2nd cousin Friend Garner was killed by Will Tommy and his three sons.  (Click here for details).

 

    Prior to 19 October 1894 (when a bail hearing was held), Will Tommy, father Harrison William Huggins and brothers Henry Nelson Huggins & George Washington Huggins were arrested for the murder of Friend Garner.  (Click here for more information.)

 

 

    During the 1890s, the family housekeeper, JAMIMA JANE BROCK had a relationship with either Will Tommy or his son, Clarence Oscar which resulted in the birth of IRVIN EARL BROCK.  The daughter of SALATHIA BROCK and MARY ELLEN FERRELL, Jamima was born March 1878 in West Virginia19 and died about 1907 in Wetzel County.18    

 

    In 2008, Dave Brock, the grandson of Irvin Brock had a DNA test performed and the results were compared to the DNA of Donnie Huggins, grandson of Will Tommy.  The DNA was a match.  The only Huggins men old enough in the household  to father a child in 1899 were Will Tommy or his 14 year old son Clarence Will Tommy had at least one other child out of wedlock so I’ve shown Irvin here as being his son but it could be possible Clarence was the father.

 

 

    1900 Census (taken on 20 June):19

 William F. Huggans” (age 35) lived in Green District 99, Wetzel County with wife Rosa (32) and children Clarence (14), Wiley H. (11), Leota (9 yrs), Andy (6) and {Harold} Lee (1).  Rosa had given birth to 5 children, all living.  Will Tommy was a farmer and sons Clarence and Wiley worked on the farm.  All of the children except Harold Lee attended school for 5 months.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Samuel Wykert (age 29), James E. Brown (38), John W. Hawkins (53), Margaret Brown (73), William Vandine (39), Henry Balvanz (33), Charles Balvanz (57), Alfred Stal (63) and Ira Yoho (44).

 

    1910 Census (taken on 18 April):20 

William T. Huggins (age 45) & wife Rosa (42) lived on their farm (with mortgage) on Hartley Run in Center District, Wetzel County with children Wiley (21), “Leata” (19), Andy (16), Harold (11), Pearl (9), Russell (6), Harry (3) and Omar (5 months).  Will Tommy was a farmer, Wiley worked at odd jobs and Andy worked on the farm.  Harold, Pearl and Russell attended school.  Rosa had given birth to 9 children, all still  living.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Richard Postlethwait (51), Calvin Postlethwait (31), Presley Postlethwait (46), Perry Lemley (31), Charley Calvert (32) and Coen Hartley (48).

 

 

 

    1920 Census (taken on 29 January):21

 "William I. Higgins" (age 55) & wife Rose (53) lived on their farm (with mortgage) in Center District, Wetzel County with children Lee (21), Russell (16), Harry (13) & Homer (10).  Will Tommy was a farmer and Lee & Russell worked on the farm.  Russell, Harry and Homer attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of William Palmer (age 43), Milton Mobley (44), William Lemasters (44), Silas Taylor (28), Henry Nelson Huggins* (53), Harrison Huggins** (76), Andrew Huggins*** (25), John Hutchison (43) and Samuel Cain (42).
 

            **Henry Nelson Huggins was Will Tommy’s brother.

            **Harrison Huggins was Will Tommy’s father.

            **Andrew Huggins was Will Tommy’s son.

 

 

   In about 1921, Will Tommy became the Administrator of the Wetzel County Poorhouse. (“Infirmary”).22  At some point, he was also a Justice of the Peace.23

 

    In the early to mid 1920s, Will Tommy began a relationship with JANE EVALINE DAWSON aka Eva Dawson. 17  The daughter of HARRISON DAWSON & MOLLIE DAVIS,  she was born May 189646 (possibly in Wileyville) and died 16 January 1956 in Wileyville.  She was buried at Springhill Cemetery in Tyler County(Click here to view Death Certificate).    Eva had been married previously to WILLIAM OSCAR LANCASTER.  The son of GEORGE W. D. LANCASTER and EMMA JEAN FURBEE, he was born 18 September 1894 in Wetzel County and killed 10 October 1921. (Click here to view Death Certificate).  He was buried at Furbee Cemetery.   Eva and William Lancaster were staying at the Wetzel County Infirmary (Poorhouse) where he was killed.  When Will Tommy left his job there, he took Eva and her children to live with him.

 

    1930 Census (taken on 5 May): 26

 William (age 65) lived on his farm in Center District, Wetzel County with Eva Lancaster (33), their son Homer Lancaster (7), her children Woodrow Lancaster (14), Dorothy Lancaster (13) & Ellsworth Lancaster. Also living there was Will Tommy’s son Homer Huggins (age 20).*   Will Tommy and the elder Homer were farmers and Eva was a servant.  The four Lancaster children attended school.

            *The family called the elder Homer “Big Homer” and the younger one “Little Homer”.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Clarence Poole (36), John Hutchison (54), George Hutchison (30), Cecil Cross (22),  Lee Huggins* (30), Henry Nelson Huggins** (64), George Adams (74)***, Elmus Carney (42), Jesse Lemasters, (35), Lewis Blake (42) & Melvin Morris (23).
 

            *Harold Lee Huggins was Will Tommy’s son.

            **Henry Nelson Huggins was Will Tommy’s brother.

            ***George’s wife, Sarah Jane Furbee, was Will Tommy’s half 1st cousin 1x removed.
 

 

 

   On 29 October 1930, Will Tommy married Eva in Wilbur, Tyler County.  (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).


 

    Notes from grandson, Donnie Huggins (son of Harry Melvin Huggins): 

William Thomas Huggins was always called by everyone who knew him Will Tommy. His brother Henry Nelson Huggins was always called Nelson.

 

Though I was barely old enough, I only can remember seeing Grandpap about 4 or 5 times. I knew about him and we lived close, sometimes within 100 yards. He was old and I was young and Mom and Pop were not on real good terms with them all the time.

 

Grandpap was a small soft spoken man. Nelson was also a small soft spoken man.

 

Nelson and Will Tommy bought farms side by side on a hill above Wileyville. I can remember we lived on Nelson's place down the ridge from Will Tommy's place but neither owned them then. Uncle Harold 'Lee' Huggins lived up there. There was no electricity on that ridge but we did have free casinghead gas to heat and light with.  We used wooden sucker rods for rails for some fences. 

 

Will Tommy served as the Poorhouse Administrator after he was in the pen so some people must have thought he and his clan were justified in that feud.  He was Justice of the Piece out at Wileyville too.

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Children of WILLIAM THOMAS “WILL TOMMY” HUGGINS and ROSE WYKERT:

 

28.                  i.     CLARENCE OSCAR HUGGINS was born 16 May 1885 in New Martinsville and died 11 February 1978 in Marshall County.

 

29.                 ii.     WILEY HARRISON HUGGINS was born 17 November 1888 in Wileyville and died 16 March 1975 in Cambridge, Guernsey County, Ohio.

 

30.                iii.     LEOTA HUGGINS was born 27 June 1890 in Wileyville and died 21 January 1985 in Pine Grove.

 

31.                iv.     ANDREW CLEMENTS HUGGINS aka ANDY CLEMENTS HUGGINS was born 11 September 1893 in Proctor District and died 30 July 1985 in Wileyville.

 

32.                 v.     HAROLD '”LEE” HUGGINS was born 10 August 1897 at Shenango Run, Wetzel County and died  28 May 1988 in Wileyville.

 

33.                vi.     PEARL HUGGINS aka MACY HUGGINS was born 03 July 1900 at Shenango Run and died 16 February 1992 in New Martinsville.

 

34.               vii.     RUSSELL EARL HUGGINS was born 30 January 1903 at Shenango Run and died 20 December 1977 in New Martinsville.

 

35.               viii.     HARRY MELVIN HUGGINS was born 07 July 1906 at Shenango Run and died 16 February 1993 in New Martinsville.

 

36.                ix.     HOMER CARL HUGGINS aka BIG HOMER HUGGINS was born either 13 or 23 October1909 in Wileyville and died 29 November 2000 in New Martinsville.

 

     

Child of WILLIAM THOMAS “WILL TOMMY” HUGGINS and JANE “EVY” EVALINE DAWSON:

 

37.                 x.     HOMER CARL HUGGINS aka LITTLE HOMER HUGGINS was born 11 November 1922 in New Martinsville and died 17 October 2000 in Knob Fork, Wetzel County.

 

 

Child of WILLIAM THOMAS “WILL TOMMY” HUGGINS and JAMIMA BROCK:

 

38.          xi.   IRVIN EARL BROCK was born 12 March 1899 at Pine Grove and died 04 February 1995 in Fairmont, Marion County.

 

 

 

  11.  HENRY NELSON HUGGINS aka NELSON HUGGINS (HARRISON WILLIAM2, GEORGE1) was born 17 August 1865 in Proctor District, Wetzel County and died 22 April 1949 at 99 Highland Avenue, Moundsville. He was buried at Wileyville Cemetery. 2  (Click here to view Death Certificate; here to view gravestone; click here and here to view his obituaries).

 

    One day when he was a child playing in a barn, his back was broken by a boy named David West who jumped from a hay loft and landed on Nelson's back. Nelson's family carried him around on a pillow and, as a result, his back didn't heal properly.  He developed a thick chest and a large hump on his back.27

 

    1870, 1880 & 1900 Censuses:  Nelson lived on his father’s farm.  (Click here to view census information)

    On 20 July 1894,  2nd cousin 1x removed Friend Garner was killed by Henry, his two brothers and father.  (Click here for more details).

    On 07 November 1908, Henry married LAVINA JANE GODDARD in New Dale, Wetzel County. (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  The daughter of DAVID GODDARD and ELIZABETH ELLENDER BONAR, she was born 01 March 1884 in Proctor District 29 (or Whetstone34) and died 14 October 1963 at Reynolds Memorial Hospital in Glen Dale, Marshall County.  She was buried at Wileyville Cemetery with Henry. 28  Lavina was a “very small woman” who attended the Church of Christ.30     (Click here to view her obituary and here to view picture of Nelson and Lavina).

    1910 Census (taken on 19 April): 31

 Henry Nelson (age 43) & wife Lavina (25) lived on their farm (with mortgage) on Huggins Ridge in Center District, Wetzel County with his son Albert (age 17) ,  their son Melvin (3 months) and Lavina’s widowed mother, Elizabeth Bonar Goddard (63). Henry Nelson was a farmer and son Albert worked the farm.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of William Thomas Huggins* (45), Coen Hartley (48), Charles Calvert (29), Robert Kelch (75), John Hutchinson (34), Clarence Huggins** (23), William Frisbee (35), Hiram Short (42), John Melott (63) and John Greathouse (27).
 

            * William Thomas was Henry Nelson’s brother.

            ** Clarence Huggins was Henry Nelson’s uncle..

 

 

    1920 Census (taken on 29 January): 32

 Henry Nelson (age 53) & wife "Lorrine" (35) lived on their owned farm in Center District, Wetzel County with their children Melvin (10), “Emmadore” (8), Delia (6), Harley (5), "Giedre" (4.8) & Raymond (1.9 yrs).  Henry was a farmer.  Melvin, Emmadora and Delia attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of William Palmer (43), Milton Mobley (44), William Lemasters (44), Silas Taylor (28), William T. "Higgins” * (55), Harrison Huggins** (76), John Hutchinson (43) and Samuel Cain (42).
 

            * William T. {Will Tommy} Huggins was the Henry Nelson’s brother.

            ** Harrison Huggins was Henry Nelson’s father.

 

 

    1930 Census (taken on 5 May):33

 Henry Nelson (64) & wife "Viney" (40) lived on their owned farm in Center District, Wetzel County with children Melvin (20), Delia (16), Harley (15), Goldie (13), Raymond (12) & Bessie (8).

 

Neighbors:

Included families of {Harold} Lee Huggins* (30),William T. Huggins** (65), Clarence Pool (36), John Hutchison (54), George Hutchison (30), Cecil Cross (22), George Adams (74), Elmus Carney (42), Jesse Lemasters (35), Lewis Blake (42) and Melvin Morris (23).
 

            *{Harold} Lee Huggins was Henry Nelson’s uncle.

            **William T. {Will Tommy} Huggins was Henry Nelson’s brother

 

 

By the time of their deaths, Henry and Lavina lived in Moundsville - Henry at 99 Highland Avenue and Lavina at 2509 Second Street.34

 

 

 

 

 

Possible Child of HENRY NELSON HUGGINS and ?:

 

                        i.  ALBERT HUGGINS was born about 1893 in West Virginia.33  Mother’s name unknown.

                                    During the 1930 census, he lived with his father and step-mother.

 

                                    NOTE:  The only mention of Albert was on the 1930 census, which showed him as Henry Nelson’s son.  He was

                                   not on previous censuses, so perhaps the 1930 census was incorrect as to his relationship with Henry Nelson.

 

 

Children of HENRY NELSON HUGGINS and LAVINA GODDARD:

 

39.                  i.     MELVIN LESTER HUGGINS born 22 December 1909 in Wileyville and 20 March 1976 in Wileyville.

 

                       ii.     EMMADORA HUGGINS was born 04 May 1911 in Wileyville2 and died there on 03 January 1924 from Bright’s Disease 2. She was buried at Wileyville Cemetery. (Click here to view Death Certificate). 

                              During the 1920 census, she lived with her parents.

 

40.                iii.     DELIA ELIZABETH HUGGINS was born 10 July 1912 in Wileyville and died 04 July 1982 in New Martinsville.

 

41.                iv.     HARLEY HARRISON HUGGINS was born 07 December 1914 in Wileyville and died 21 November 1988 in Weirton, Hancock County.

 

42.                 v.     GOLDIE MAE HUGGINS was born 04 May 1916 in Wileyville and died in 1953.

 

43.                vi.     R. F. HUGGINS was born in 1918 and is still living.

 

44.               vii.     BESSIE VIRGINIA HUGGINS was born 22 April 1922 in Wileyville and died before 2006

 

 

 

  12.  GEORGE WASHINGTON3 HUGGINS (HARRISON WILLIAM2, GEORGE1) was born 25 November 1870 in Proctor District36 and died from heart disease on 11 January 1936 at Camden Clark Hospital in Parkersburg; he was buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Parkersburg.36

 

    1880 Census:  George lived with his parents. (Click here to view census information).

 

    On 6 July 1890, he married (1) AMANDA MINTA LEHEW in Wetzel County.44  The daughter of DUDLEY LEHEW & REBECCA NICE, she was born about 1869 in Wetzel County. 44

 

    On 20 July 1894, 2nd cousin 1x removed Friend Garner was killed by George, his two brothers and father.  (Click here for details).
 

 

    1900 CENSUS  (although it’s possible he was in prison for the Friend Garner murder).

 

 

    1910 CENSUS


 

    On 29 May 1913, George married (2) ESTELLA JANE SHEEHY in Parkersburg.36  She was born 1888 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 36 and died before 1999. 24  Estella had had two children with someone else; George adopted them after the marriage..

  

    On 12 September 1918, a Draft Registration card was completed by or on behalf of George.  His year of birth was shown as 1872 in lieu of 1870.  His address was 1443 – 20th Street, Parkersburg.  He was a self-employed (grocery store) merchant at 221 Juliana, Parkersburg.  He was described as tall with a medium build and gray eyes.  He had dark brown hair and partially bald.

 

    1920 Census (taken on 9 January): 37

 

"G. W. Huggins" (age 46) & wife Estelle (35) lived in their home (no mortgage) at 1443 - 20th Street, Parkersburg, Wood County with children Edward (age 12) & John (9).

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Phil Lawley (age 50), T. H. Garrett (35), L. B0. Hardman (27), S. Bartlett (36), C.F. Renner (55), Burdett Woodyard (47), C.V. Wile (64), U. G. Wile (55), George Mann (50), G. W. Willis (47), C. W. Leary (48), J. M. Leary (67), T. A. Taylor (27) and Tilden Thorn (43).

 

 

    1930 Census (taken on 10 April): 38

 George (age 45) & 2nd wife Estella (51) lived in their home valued at $10,000 at 1708 Liberty, Parkersburg with his “step-son” J. Edward "Huggins" (22) & his wife Hazel (24) & their son J. Edward Huggins, Jr.  (7 months).  George owned a grocery store and his son worked there as a grocery clerk.  Neither had served in the military.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of James Omberg (age 45), Fletcher Bose (48), Kenneth Marsh (29), Thomas Gill (62), Gerald Forshey (42), Gerald Trice (36), Harry Nay (34), John Pettit (61), Elias Danbinspeck (57), G. Brady Buckley (31), Boyd Broadwater (56) and David Reece (45).

 

 

     

Child of GEORGE WASHINGTON HUGGINS and AMANDA LEHEW:

 

                        i.     GEORGE LAWRENCE4 HUGGINS was born 24 June 1899 in Parkersburg36  and died there on 11 September 1899.

 

 

 

Adopted children of GEORGE WASHINGTON HUGGINS and ESTELLA SHEEHY:

 

                        ii.       J. EDWARD SHEEHY HUGGINS was born about 1908 in West Virginia.37   

                                He married HAZEL M. _____ in about 192839  and they had a son, J. EDWARD HUGGINS, born 1929 in West

                                Virginia.

                                During the 1930 census, "J. Edward Huggins", his wife Hazel and their son J. Edward Huggins (age 7 months) were still living with George.38  The elder Edward was listed as George's step-son.

 

                        iii.     JOHN J. SHEEHY HUGGINS was born about 1911 in West Virginia.



 

 

  13.  EMMA J. HUGGINS (HARRISON WILLIAM2, GEORGE1) was born 16 June 1883 in Proctor District.36  Date of death is unknown but she was still alive as of 31 March 1970.42  

   

    During the 1900 census, she lived with her parents.  (Click here to view census information).

    1910 CENSUS

    1920 CENSUS
 

    Emma married LEONARD PELL on 26 October 1918 in Wellsburg, Brooke County.38  Leonard was born about 1887 in Rijo, Italy and died in 1901.38  

    1930 census (taken on 12 June):40

Emma & Leonard lived in their home (valued at $5,500) at 711 Baker Street, Moundsville.   Emma’s daughter, Nellie (age 15), adopted son Adonza T. Pell (age 10, born in Ohio) and servant Jennie "Sergent" (53) also lived in the household.  Leonard was employed as a social services rescue worker and had served in WWI.

Neighbors:

Included families of Floyd Brown, Charles T. Gallagher, John B. White, Marion S. Crowe/Crawl, James E. Henderson, John E. Rickey, Herman Knowlton, William Shumste, Rex Albert Gills, Byron Ice, Catherine Richard, Robert J. Whitfield, Oscar Bonar and John F. Johnson.


 

 

 

  14. ROSA E. HUGGINS (HARRISON WILLIAM2, GEORGE1)  was born 15 March 1887 in Proctor District36 and

died near Wheeling before 31 March 1970.42  She was buried near Wheeling.36

 

    During the 1900 & 1910 censuses, Rosa lived with her parents. (Click here to view census information).

 

    Rosa married STEWART (or STEWARD) S. BELT on 21 September 1914 in Moundsville.36  (Click here to view Marriage License/Minister's Return).  The  son of JOHN BELT & ELIZABETH MILLS, he was born 12 May 1887 in Grantsville, Calhoun County36  and died on 23 February 1944 in Wheeling.2   He was buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Wheeling.2  At the time of his death, he had been employed as a potter for the Warwick China Company.2   (Click here to view Death Certificate).

 

    On 05 June 19171, "Steward" completed a Draft registration card.  He listed his address as 236 East 29th Street in Wheeling.  He was a mill worker at the Belmont Mill in Wheeling and was described as being of medium height & build with gray eyes and brown hair.

 

   1920 Census (taken 08 January):101

"Stuart Belts" (age 33) & wife Rosa (33) lived in a rented home on Hickory Avenue in Moundsville, Marshall County with his children Josephine (12)*, "Harrold F." (9)* and their son Lawrence (3) as well as Stewart's nephew Woodrow Anderson (3).  Stewart was employed as a railroad laborer.  Josephine and Harold attended school.
                                *I'm not sure of the name of Josephine and Harold's mother.  Was Steward married previously?  Were the children born out of wedlock?

Neighbors:
Included families of Len Miller (age 32), Albert A. Elings (24), C. M. Taylor (31), Harry Booth (26), Earl West (23) and Cas A. Smith (48).

 

   1930 Census (taken on 08 April):42

"Stewad" (age 43) & wife Rosa (43) lived in a rented home ($20) on Caldwell's Run, Ohio County with his son Harold (19) and their children Lawrence (13), Mildred (9) and Paul (1 year 11 months).  Steward worked as a pottery charger and had not served in the military; Harold worked as a nail feeder in a steel mill.  Lawrence and Mildred attended school.

Neighbors:
Included families of Albert Moser (37), Otha Gunion (51), James Maiella (51), Charles Hanlin (50), James Dellget (33), W. E. Burns (21) and Margaret Danley (50).

    On 27 April 194290, "Steward"  completed a WWII Draft Registration card.  He lived at 236 East 29th Street in Wheeling.  He was unemployed.  Contact name was wife, Rosa.


Children of ROSA E. HUGGINS and STEWARD S. 'DOC' BELT:

              

 

                    i.      LAWRENCE J. BELT was born about 1911 in Moundsville, Marshall County.102

 

                             During the 1920 & 1930 censuses, he lived with his parents.

 

                             On 03 November 1948, Lawrence married divorcee VIOLA REASS MAXWELL in Wheeling, Ohio County.  (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  She was born about 1914 in Wheeling102 and had previously been married (04 May 1935) to WILLIAM MAXWELL (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).

At the time of their marriage, Lawrence and Viola lived in Wheeling.102
 

 

                    ii.      MILDRED J. BELT was born 17 June 1921 (in Moundsville, Marshall County102 or Wheeling, Ohio County34) and died at Wheeling Hospital, Wheeling, Ohio County.34  She was born in Short Creek Cemetery in Ohio County.34

 

                             During the 1930 census, she lived with her parents.

 

                             On 14 September 1941, Mildred married WILLIAM LAWRENCE BURTON in Wheeling, Ohio County.  (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  The son of OSCAR BURTON and FREDA KARR, he was born 08 July 1921 (in McMechen, Marshall County102) and died October 1984 in Ohio County.103


At the time of their marriage, William lived in Sherrard, Marshall County and Mildred lived in Wheeling.102

 

                              OBITUARY:
Published 10 March 2010
The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

                           

                              BURTON, Mildred J., 88, resident of Wheeling, W.Va., passed away Monday, March 8, 2010 at Wheeling Hospital.

She was born June 17, 1921 in Wheeling, the daughter of the late Stuart and Rose Huggins Belt.

Mildred was a member of the Warwood Christian Church, and a homemaker.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, William L. Burton; daughters, Gail Lynn and Billie Jo; sons-in-law, Earl Hall, Ron Kinsel, John Leatherman, and Jerry Long; a sister; and two brothers.

Surviving are a son, William L. Burton II; daughters, Judith Hall, Sandy Kinsel, Patty (Bud) Biddle, Eleanor (David) Feiock, Nina (Ed) Sparks, Debbie Garvin, and Millie (Honey) Walker; a brother, Lawrence Belt; 35 grandchildren; 62 great -grandchildren; 23 great-great grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, and friends.

Friends will be received Thursday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the Kepner Funeral Home, Burke Chapel, 2101 Warwood Avenue, Wheeling, where services will be held Friday at 10 a.m with Rev Roger Murfin and Rev. Penny Calmbacher officiating.

Interment in Short Creek Cemetery.

Memorial contributions can be made to the charity of the donor's choice.

 

               

                    iii.    PAUL BELT was born about 1928 in West Virginia.42

 

                              During the 1930 census, he lived with his parents.

 

 

 

 

  15.LLOYD BROOKS HUGGINS (HARRISON WILLIAM2, GEORGE1) was born 04 February 1901 in Wileyville 34 and died 07 June 1973 in Wheeling.34  He was buried at Greenwood Cemetery in Wheeling.34  He was a carpenter and truck driver.34  (Click here to view obituary.)

 

    1910 Census:  Icie and Lloyd lived with their respective parents.  (Click here to view Lloyd's census information and here to view Icie's census information).

    He was married by W. B. Workman to (1) ICIE HUGGINS 19 October 1920 at the Methodist Church in Moundsville.43  (Click here to view Marriage License/Minister’s Return).  The daughter of GEORGE THOMAS HUGGINS and MARGARET BUTLER (and granddaughter of GEORGE “GOEN” HUGGINS), Icie was born 1905 in Marion, Proctor District.45  According to the Charles Huggins book on the Huggins family, Lloyd and Icie were divorced in 1920 in Ohio45, making their marriage very short.  She may have died prior to Lloyd's death in 1944.23 Further information on Icie is unknown at this time. 

 

 

    1920 CENSUS

 

    1930 CENSUS

 

    Lloyd was married by Austin Bagshaw to (2) RUTH GERTRUDE TUKESBERRY 19 July 1950 in Moundsville. 45   The daughter of ROBERT TUKESBERRY and EDNA ___.45  Ruth was born 27 March 1931 in Wheeling. 23

 

     

Children of LLOYD BROOKS HUGGINS and RUTH TUKESBERRY:

 

                       i.     MAY RUTH HUGGINS 45

 

                       ii.     EVELYN MARIE HUGGINS 45

                              She married MICHAEL PETROS, Jr.45  He was the son of MICHAEL PETROS Sr. & ADA McCAVE. 45

 

                      iii.     RUTH ANN HUGGINS 45 

                              She married FREDRICK ALLEN CARNEY.45 

 

                      iv.     ELIZABETH ANN HUGGINS 23

 

 

 

  16.LOUISA JANE HARLAN (RACHEL2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born March 1868 47 in West Post Office 24 and died sometime after the 1910 census to 1930 in Sherrard, Marshall County. 48  (She was listed on the 1910 census; the 1920 census has not been found and her husband was a widower per the 1930 census).

 

    Louisa married CEPHAS POSTLEWAIT 14 Feb 1886 in Wetzel County. 49  The son of ABSALOM POSTLEWAIT and SARAH JANE ALLEN, Cephas was born 13 July 1868 2 in Dean24  and died 2 May 1949 at Mt. Olivet Hospital, Marshall County.2  He was buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Wheeling.2  (Click here to view Death Certificate). Cephas did not serve in the military.2   

    During the 1870 & 1880 censuses, Louisa lived with her parents.  (Click here to view census information).

    1900 Census (taken 6 June):50

Cephas (age 33) & Louisa (33) lived in a rented home in Magnolia District, Wetzel County with children "Ata" (age 12), William C. (10), James J. (8) & Eva A. (6).  Louisa had given birth to 4 children, all living.  No occupation was shown for Cephas; William worked as a farm laborer.  Ota and William attended school for 4 months; William could not write.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Charles Martin (39), Albert Dulaney (45), Edward Moore (40), Emery Higgins (28)*, Jacob "Heggins" (61)**, Joseph Hall (33), Hiram Greathouse (52), William Greathouse (22), Charles Buchner (31) and James D. Harlan (23).***
 

                        *  Emery Higgins was Louisa’s 4th cousin 1x removed.

                        **  Jacob Higgins was Louisa’s 4th cousin.                               

                        ***James D. Harlan was Louisa’s brother.

 

    1910 Census (taken on 28 April): 51

 "Cephus" (age 42) & Louise (42) lived on a rented farm in Proctor District with their children William C. (19), James J. (17), Eva A. (16), Lloyd (8) and "Arley" (4).  Louisa had given birth to 8 children, 6 still living.  Cephas was a farmer and William & James worked the home farm.  Eva and Lloyd attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of James McCarle (51), David Blake (64), Frank Burkhart (65), “Edmond” Moore (54), Jacob Higgins (71)*, Emery Higgins (38)**, Ferdinand Fournier (65), Russell Gilbert (23), Wiley Rush (27) and Leonard Rush (48).
 

                        *Jacob Higgins was Louisa’s 4th cousin.

                        ** Emery Higgins was Louisa’s 4th cousin 1x removed.

 

 

    1920 CENSUS

 

    1930 Census (taken on 23 April): 52

 Widower “Cephus” (age 62) lived alone on a rented ($100 per month) farm in Proctor District.  He was a farmer.  Under “Military Service”, the census form was blank.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of J. A. Rush (age 70), Howard Taylor/Faylor (29), James Dulaney (50), Robert Sirmans (63), George Durig (31), William White (74), Truman Yoho (22), Lewis Taylor (57), Edward Yocum (58), Vance Calvert (29), Edward Ebert (29) and Clarence Hohman (34).

 

 

Children of LOUISA JANE HARLAN and CEPHAS POSTLEWAIT:

 

                       i.     OTA M. POSTLEWAIT  was born in October 1887 in West Virginia.50  She married WILLIAM WILLIAMS in about 1907. 53

                              During the 1900 census, she lived with her parents. 50

                              During the 1910 census (taken on 10 May), “Oda” & William lived in a rented home in Proctor District with her 1st cousin James D. Harlan (age 2). 53

                              Neighbors included families of Frank Greathouse (28), Nelson Postlethwait (44), Ota's uncle Levi Harlan (32), William Greathouse (32), Charles Buchner (41), John Hawkins (63) and George Lemasters (52).

 

                                   1920 CENSUS

                              

                              During the 1930 Census,55 Ota (42) & William (46) lived on their owned farm in Union District, Marshall County with boarder Charles Muldrew (age 41).   William was a farmer and Charles a farm laborer.  Neither had served in the military.

                              Neighbors included families of Mathew Williams (43), Harry Brinkman (47), William Seabright (40), Lizzie Bishop (56), Fred Meyers (40), Louis Meyers (73), Charles Goetze (72), Samuel McClain (57), August Wheeler (57), John Eberhart (29) and Ira Orum (50)            .

                              No further information.

 

45.                 ii.     WILLIAM C. POSTLEWAIT was born 04 February 1890 in West Post Office  and died in March 1974 in New Martinsville.

 

46.                iii.     JAMES JEFFERSON POSTLEWAIT was born May 1892 in Wetzel County and died 9 February 1990 in Wheeling.   

 

47.                iv.     EVA AGNES POSTLEWAIT was born December 1894 in West Virginia and possibly died before 1999.                    

                                    

                      v.     LLOYD POSTLEWAIT was born about 1902 51 in Wetzel County.24

                              During the 1910 census, he lived with his parents. 51

 

                                   1920 CENSUS

                                   1930 CENSUS

                             

 

                      vi.     ARLIE  POSTLEWAIT was born about 1904 in West Virginia and possibly died before 1999.

                              During the 1910 census, he lived with his parents.                                   

                                   1920 CENSUS

                                   1930 CENSUS

 

48.               vii.     VERL POSTLEWAIT was born about 1906 in West Virginia51 and possibly died before 1999. 24

                               

 

 

 

  17.ATHA ELIZABETH HARLAN (RACHEL2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 25 July 1869 in West Post Office34 and died 25 October 1953 in Malvern, Carroll County, Ohio.34  She was buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery in South Wheeling.34

 

    During the 1870 census, Atha was not listed with her family – possibly because she was born after the census cut-off period.

    During the 1880 census, “Athe” lived with her family.  (Click here to view census information).

    She married MARK ZWICK 11 May 188734  in her father’s home in Wileyville.24  The son of German immigrants JOHN ZWICK & CHRISTINA  ___, Mark was born 23 July 1865 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,24 moved to Proctor District with his family in 187523 and died 07 July 1936 in Ozark, Ohio.23  He was also buried at Mt. Zion Cemetery.23 

    In the fall of 1887 or spring of 1888, Mark and Atha moved to Pittsburgh. 23 

    In about 1893/1894, they moved to Littleton and then to Wheeling between 1897-1900.23

    1900 Census (taken on 22 June):55

 Mark "Swick" (age 34) & Atha (31) lived on a rented farm in Clay District, Wetzel County with children "Annie" (age 11), Lena (9), Jefferson (7), Pearl (6) and "Nelma" (3).  Mark was a farmer.  Atha had given birth to 5 children, all living.  None of the children attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of William Taylor (age 50), Thomas Wade (52), Thomas Gorby (47), Matthew McMasters (54), Andrew Bissett (61), Lewis Anderson (70), Mary Anderson (32), Joseph Griffith (37) and Martin Murphy

 

     In about 1908, Mark, Atha and their children moved to Monroe County, Ohio near Beallsville. 59

 

     1910 Census (taken on 18 April 1910):56

 

Mark (age 44) & Atha (41) lived on their farm (with mortgage) in Switzerland, Monroe County, Ohio with children Jefferson (18), Pearl (15), Velma (13), Christina (10), Daniel (6) & Wanda (2).  Mark was a farmer; Jefferson, Pearl, Velma, Christina and Daniel attended school.  Atha had given birth to 8 children, all living.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of James McElroy (age 48), Leon Mobley (31), John Hutchison (50), William Hecker/Meeker (73), William Meeker (30), A.J. Barkes (51), Joshua Mellott (56), Mary Henthorn (74) and W. K. Monahan (25).

 

    After 1915, Mark, Atha and their children returned to Wheeling. 59

     1920 Census (taken on 4 February 1920):57

 

Mark (age 57) & Atha (50) lived on a rented farm in Union District, Marshall County with children Daniel (age 16), "Wonda" (12), Ethel (9), Margaret (6), Robert (3.3 yrs), Rachel (1.3 yrs) and Atha's nephew Frenzie Harlan (15).  Mark was a farmer, Daniel was a mill laborer and Frenzie was a farm laborer.  Wanda and Ethel attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Jacob Brown/Braum (37), William McCurdy (42), George Sprouts (39), W. A. Johnson (37), Raymond Raybould (75), William Siedel (31), John Huffman (33) and William Haupe (68).

 

    In 1921, Mark, Atha and their children moved back to Monroe County.59

 

    1930 Census (taken on 17 April 1930):58

Mark Zwick (age 64) & Atha (60) lived on their farm in Switzerland, Monroe County, Ohio with grandson Lodis Koerner (19).  (Lodis's mother was Lena Viola Zwick Koerner).  Mark was a farmer.  No occupation was shown for Lodis.  Mark had not served in the military.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Robert Hutchison (age 37), Elizabeth Brock (56), Emmet Piatt (25), Silas Blue (79), Francis Crow (69), Ralph Ankrom (25), Howard Blattler (27), Walter Pool (45), Antto Pletcher (53), John Hutchison (60),Jemima Kocher (63) and Norman Feaster (36).

 

    In the mid-1930s, Mark and Atha moved to Ozark, Ohio59 where Mark died on 7 July 1936. 23  Atha died on October 25, 1953 in Malvern, Ohio.

 

 

Atha Elizabeth Harlan, second oldest child of Daniel and Rachel Huggins Harlan, was born at West P.O., WV, on July 25, 1868 and departed this life at Malvern, OH, October 25, 1953, being at the time of her death 85 years and 3 months of age.

 

 On May 11, 1886 she was united in marriage with Mark Zwick, son of John and Christine Zwick, who had emigrated to this region from Pittsburgh, PA. To this union, which lasted a little over fifty years, were born twelve children, seven of whom are now living, as follows:

             Mrs. Pearl Burton of Akron;

             Mrs. Jerry (Wanda) Hartline of Clarington ;

             Mrs. Raymond (Ethel) Crawford of Malvern, OH;

             Mrs. Vernon (Margaret) Hamilton, of Woodsfield;

            Mrs. John (Rachel) Gray of Woodsfield;

           Jefferson Zwick of Mozart Hill, Wheeling, WV;

           Robert Zwick, of Carrollton, OH, and one foster son Frenzie Harlan of Mozart Hill, Wheeling. Her husband, one son and four daughters have preceded her in death.

 

 Surviving her in addition to those named above are thirty-four grand-children; twenty-six great grand-children; one great great grandchild, and one brother, Sanford Harlan, who resides at Ravenna, OH.

She was a member of the Church of Christ.

Grandma, as she was known to most of us, has gone to her reward. She is taking that long rest so often needed before.

Over four score years she has known hardships, her full share of sorrows, and joys too in her association with relatives and friends.

   Up to the last days of her life she was concerned greatly with the welfare and happiness of her family. We sorrow not as those who have no hope but to a loving Father do we commend her gentle spirit.

  

Funeral services were held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Hartline, on Thursday afternoon, at one o'clock, conducted by Evangelist J.V.A. Taylor, after which internment took place in Mt. Zion Cemetery at Wheeling, WV

 

 

Her gravestone read:

Strength and honor are her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to come.

She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness.

She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness.

Her children arise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her.

 

 

 

Children of ATHA HARLAN and MARK ZWICK:

 

49.                  i.     ROSE ANNA ZWICK was born 14 Jun 1888 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and died 06 December 1941 in Canton, Ohio.

 

50.                 ii.     LENA VIOLA ZWICK was born 04 June 1890 in Pittsburgh and died 27 April 1918 in Wheeling.

 

51.                iii.     JEFFERSON HENRY ZWICK was born.26 May 1893 in Pittsburgh and died 30 October 1955 in Wheeling.

 

52.                iv.     ALLIE ZWICK aka PEARL ZWICK was born 24 February 1895 in Littleton and died 24 September 1975 in Akron, Ohio.

 

53.                 v.     VELMA CATHERINE ZWICK was born 20 February 1897 in Littleton and died 22 November 1947 in Canton.

 

                      vi.     CHRISTINE ODESSA ZWICK was born 04 July 1900 in Wetzel County and died due to typhoid fever34 on 06 September 1917 in Wheeling.34

                              1910 Census:  She lived with her parents. 56

 

       OBITUARY:

Miss Christina Odessa Zwick, the eighteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zwick of Mozart Hill died yesterday morning at 10:25 o'clock at the Ohio Valley General Hospital following an attack of typhoid fever. Funeral services will be held at the family home tomorrow afternoon at 2 O'clock. Internment will follow at Mount Zion Cemetery. {Wheeling}

 

 

54.               vii.     DANIEL LODIS ZWICK was born 28 November 1903 in Wetzel County and died 31 July 1926 in Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio.

 

55.               viii.     WANDA LILLIAN ZWICK was born 09 September 1907 in Wheeling and died 10 August 1987 in Ravenna, Portage County, Ohio.

 

56.                ix.     ETHEL MARIE ZWICK was born 25 December 1910 in Beallsville, Monroe County, Ohio and died on 31 August 1964 in Malvern, Ohio.

 

57.                 x.     MARGARET ELIZABETH ZWICK  was born 28 July 1913, Beallsville and died 31 August 1998 in Woodsfield, Monroe County, Ohio..

 

58.                xi.     ROBERT DURL ZWICK  was born 20 April 1916 in Wheeling and died 07 February 1962 in Newark, Licking County, Ohio.

 

59.               xii.     RACHEL ALBERTA ZWICK was born 09 May 1918 in Wheeling and died  22 May 1982 in Adamsville, Muskingum County, Ohio.

 

 

 

  18.VIOLA B. HARLAN (RACHEL2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 18 March 1870 in West Post Office23 and died 16 February 1952 in Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania.24   She was buried at Washington Cemetery, Lot #75, Section R., Washington County, Pennsylvania.48

 

    1880 Census:  Viola lived with her parents. (Click here to view census information).

    She married JOHN B. CALVERT on 04 Apr 1891 in Wetzel County.61  The son of WILLIAM CALVERT & JANE E. ___, he was born 06 May 1866 in Pennsylvania24 and died 05 July 1942 in Washington, Pennsylvania.61  He was buried next to his wife. 61

 

 

    1900 CENSUS

 

     1910 Census (taken on 5 May):62

 

 John (age 43) & Viola Belle (39) lived on their rented farm in South Franklin District, Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania with their children Leda (16), Daniel (14), Everest (12) & Bertha (8).  Viola had given birth to 6 children, 4 still living.  John was a farmer.  All of the children attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Alvan Mounts (age 32), Lior Ramsey (40), James Calvert* (73), Joseph Clarke (56), John W. Clarke (43), J. Addison Clark (56), Ella Rudy (53), George Bedilion (51) & J. Howard Clarke (52).

                        *James was John’s father.

 

 

    1920 CENSUS

 

    1930 Census (taken in April): 63

John (age 64) & wife Viola (59) lived in their owned home valued at $3,000 at 616 Addison Street in Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania.  He worked as a laborer in a lumber yard and had not been in the military.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Harry Blaka/Blake (age 31), Raymond Bromley (39), Floyd Casper (28), Leo Sickles (30), George Burgh (38), Orlando Elliott (48), Blaine Thomas (42), William Gregg (31), Mary McClusky (49) and Earl Henning (31).

 

     

Children of VIOLA HARLAN and JOHN CALVERT:

 

                       i.     LESLIE CALVERT was born about 1892 in West Virginia 24  and died before the 1910 census. 64

 

                       ii.     EARNEST CALVERT was born about 189424 and died before the 1910 census. 64

 

                      iii.     LEDA ELIZABETH CALVERT was born in about 1894 in West Virginia. 62

                              Not found in the 1900 census. 

                              During the 1910 census, she lived with her parents and attended school. 

                                   1920 CENSUS

                                   1930 CENSUS 

                             

                      iv.     DANIEL CALVERT was born 1896 in West Virginia62 and died in 1932.24

                              Note found in the 1900 census. 

                              He lived with his parents during the 1910 census. 

                                   1920 CENSUS

 

                              At the time of the 1930 census, there was a Daniel Calvert (born in West Virginia in 1897) who was in Veterans Hospital #103 in Aspinwall, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.  This Daniel had served in WW I.  Unknown if this is the same Daniel Calvert.

 

                      v.     EVEREST CALVERT was born about 1898 in West Virginia.62 

                              Not found in the 1900 census. 

                              During the 1910 census, he lived with his parents. 

 

                                   1920 CENSUS

                                   1930 CENSUS

                             

 

                      vi.     BERTHA O. CALVERT was born about 1902 in West Virginia. 62  During the 1910 census, she lived with her parents.

                                   1920 CENSUS

                             

                                   1930 CENSUS

                             

 

 

 

  19.GEORGE ERVAN HARLAN (RACHEL2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 07 March 1874 in West Post Office 24  and died from chronic myocarditis 20 December 1940 in Canton, Stark County, Ohio.35  He was buried at Harlan Cemetery in Wetzel County.  (Click here to view gravestone and here to view photo of George).

 

    During the 1880 census, he lived with his parents.  (Click here to view census information).

    On 01 February 1899, George married (1) PHOEBE L. RUTAN aka EVA RUTAN in Marshall County.  (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).   The daughter of JOHN HANNON RUTAN and CAROLINE MINOR, she was born May 1877 in West Virginia and died 17 October 1918 during the Influenza epidemic in West, Wetzel County.  She was also buried at Harlan Cemetery.  (Click here to view Death Certificate and here to view her gravestone).

    1900 Census (taken on 2 June): 66

 George (age 26) & Eva (23) lived on their owned farm in Magnolia District, Wetzel County with Shannon Calvert (16) who was a laborer.  Shannon attended school for 4 months.  (Unknown if Shannon was also related to George and Eva).  George was a farmer.  Phoebe Eva” had had no children.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Thomas Harlan (age 29), Thomas Harlan (63), father Daniel Harlan (68), Hiram Lemasters (42), Grandison Lemasters (46), Spencer Lemasters (41), Alba Calvert (69), David W. Calvert (40) and John W. Moore (57)

 

    1910 Census (taken on 4 May): 67

George (age 38) &  "Febe" (33) lived on their farm (with mortgage) in Proctor with children Rachel (age 5) & Ota (4) and nephews Jefferson Harlan (10) & Wiley Rutan (20).  George was a farmer.  Phoebe had given birth to 3 children, 2 still living.  Jefferson attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Mary J. Postlethwait (age 45), Alexander Wade (62), George Dunham (69), Wilfred Dunham (43), John W. Moore (67), Ernest Babe (46), Edward Harlan (46), Rachel Harlan (63), John Hafer (62), James Coen (28) and Spencer Lemasters (50).

 

 

    On 05 April 1919, George married (2) MARIE EMMA KELLEY in Wetzel County.  (Click here to view their marriage license/minister's return and here to view the guardian's letter of consent for Marie to marry George). The daughter of EUGENE FRANKLIN KELLEY & RHODA CATHERINE FURBEE, she was born 13 April 1901103 (in Wetzel County102) and died 12 October 1977 at Aultman Hospital in Canton, Stark County, Ohio.35  By the time of her marriage, Marie was under the guardianship of “J. A. Harlan” - her mother had died in 1911 and widowers sometimes farmed out one or more of their children. J.A. Harlan may have been James Albert Harlan, 1st cousin to George Erven HarlanMarie married (2) BERNARD HACKLEY 107  who was still living when she died in 1977.102

 

    1920 Census (taken on 26 January): 68

George (age 43) & Marie (age 19) lived on their farm (with mortgage) in Proctor with his children Rachel (17), Ota (13), Hubert (8), Flossie (6) and Donald (age 18 months).  George was a farmer.  Rachel, Ota and Hubert attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of John Blatt (age 65), John Burkhart (43), Sarah Postlethwait (52), Orange Jackson (63), Mary Jackson (59), Calder Rush (40), George Lemasters (65), Spencer Lemasters (40), Roy Buchner (23) and William Stern (34).

 

    1930 Census (taken on 21 April): 69

George (age 58) & Mary (29) lived in a rented home ($18 per month)  in Canton, Stark County, Ohio with their children Odessa (9), Charles (6) & Catherine (3) as well as the children by George’s first marriage:  Hubert (18 years), Ota (23) and Flossie (16).  George was employed as a machinist in a Bearing shop, Hubert was a truck driver and Ota a private family servant.  Flossie, Odessa and Charles attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Nick Hodas (age 53), Nick Suter (40), Christie Shaffer (26), Mary Klemper (49), Elmer Reynolds (36), John Kirkland (65), Thomas Jacobs (49), Lewis Kuhn (36), Edgar Jarrett (35) and Otto Henstein (28).

 

     

Children of GEORGE ERVEN HARLAN and (1) PHOEBE RUTAN:

 

                       i.     .ELZY HARLAN  was born 19 July 1899 in Harlan Ridge, Wetzel County24 and died there 24 October 1899. 24  He was buried at Harlan Cemetery in Wetzel County. 24

 

                       ii.     ETHEL G. HARLAN was born. 25 July 1902 at West Post Office 24 and died 04 March 1904 in Wetzel County. 24  She was buried at Harlan Cemetery, Wetzel County. (Click here to view Gravestone) 

 

                      iii.     RACHEL E. HARLAN was born 1905 in West Virginia. 67

 

                      iii.     OTA O. HARLAN was born 1906 in West Virginia. 67

 

                      iv.     HUBERT HARLAN was born 1912 in West Virginia. 68

                        

                      v.     FLOSSIE HARLAN was born 1914 in West Virginia. 68

 

                      vi.     DONALD HARLAN was born about 1918 in West Virginia. 68

 

 

Children of GEORGE ERVEN HARLAN and (2) MARIE KELLY :

 

                     vii.     ODESSA HARLAN was born about 1921 in Ohio. 69

 

                     ix.     CHARLES HARLAN was born about 1924 in Ohio. 69

 

                      x.     AMELIA CATHERINE HARLAN was born about 1927 in Canton, Stark County, Ohio.108

 

                    xi.      KATHLEEN JANET HARLAN 108 (twin) was born 17 February 1933103 in Canton, Stark County, Ohio where she died 02 March 1991.35  She married ____ BLACKBURN 108 who was still living when she died.35

 

                    xii.     KENNETH ERVIN HARLAN 108  (twin) was born 17 February 1933103 in Canton, Stark County, Ohio and died 24 December 1980 at Doctors Hospital in Stark County, Ohio.35  He was married by the time of his death.35

 

 

  20.JAMES D. HARLAN (RACHEL2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 24 August 187570  (possibly at West Post Office) and died 05 February 1907.70  He was buried at Harlan Cemetery, Wetzel County. (Click here to view Gravestone).

 

     1880 Census:  James lived with his parents.  (Click here to view census information).

 

    On 04 February 1897, James married CLARA B. POOL in Wetzel County.71  The daughter of ALFRED POOL & EMMALINE SCOTT, she was born  02 April 187885  in Wetzel County109 and died 14 April 190985,109 in West Post Office.109  She was also buried at Harlan Cemetery.  (Click here to view Gravestone).

 

    1900 Census (taken on 6 June): 72

James (age 23) & Clara (22) lived on their farm in the Magnolia District, Wetzel County with their son Osney (age 2).

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Joseph Hall (age 33), Hiram Greathouse (52), William Greathouse (22), Charles Buchanan (31),  Cephas Postlethwait (33)*, Samuel Furbee (85), Joseph Hohman (40) and Charles Taylor (53 with his grandson John Huggins age 2).**


                        *Cephas Postlethwait was James Harlan’s brother-in-law.

                        *** Unknown if related to James Harlan or any other Huggins person on this site.

 

 

I don't know the causes of death for James (age 32) and Clara (31).  The children were split up and sent to various relatives.

 

 

     

Children of JAMES D. HARLAN and CLARA POOL:

 

60.                  i.     OSNEY E. HARLAN born 11 February 1898 in Lynn Camp and died 1948 in Ravenna, Portage County, Ohio.

 

61.                 ii.     JEFFERSON MARION HARLAN was born 13 August 1900 at Proctor District and died 24 March 1974 in Ravenna.

 

                      iii.     CLARA HARLAN  died at birth in 1901 and was buried at Harlan Cemetery, Wetzel County.24

 

62.                iv.     FRENZIE  H. HARLAN aka PETE HARLAN was born 28 August 1904 at West Post Office, Wetzel County and died in July 1990 in Canton, Stark County, Ohio.

 

63.                 v.     JAMES DANIEL HARLAN was born 12 April 1907 in West Post Office and died 25 April 1992 in Ravenna.

 

 

 

  21.LEVI THOMAS HARLAN (RACHEL2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 18 January 1878 in Wetzel County2  (possibly West Post Office24) and died 23 November 1935 in Moundsville.2  He was buried in Moundsville.2 (Click here to view Death Certificate).  At the time of his death, he was living at 514 – 10th Street, Moundsville. 2

 

     1880 Census:  Levi lived with his parents.  (Click here to view census information).

 

    He married EDITHA JENNIE GEHO on 25 November 1899 in West Post Office. (Click here to view Marriage License/Minister’s Return.)  The daughter of JACOB D. GEHO & ASANETH HUGHES, she was born 15 November 1878 in Salina County, Kansas (possibly Liberty Center) and died 21 July 1941 in Moundsville.2  She was buried at Greenlawn Cemetery in Moundsville.2 (Click here to view Death Certificate).   At the time of her death, she was living at 1200 – 9th Street, Moundsville.2

  

    1900 Census (taken on 16 June): 73

Levi (age 22) & Jennie (21) lived on a farm (with no mortgage) in Proctor District.  Also living there was Jennie's brother, Charles E. Geho (20).  Levi was a farmer and Charles was a farm laborer.  Jennie had had no children.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of John Singer (age 63), Daniel Postlethwait (26), Presley Postlethwait (38), Nelson Postlethwait* (34), George Schafer (50), Eugene Kelley** (37), Thomas Furbee*** (59), Daniel Montgomery (28) & George Herrmann (44).

            *Nelson’s wife was Levi’s 3rd cousin.

            **Eugene was Levi’s 3rd cousin. 

            ***Thomas Furbee’s wife (Elizabeth Huggins Furbee) was Levi’s aunt.

 

 

    1910 Census (taken on 10 May): 74

 Levi (age 32) & Jennie (31) lived in a rented home in Proctor District with children Raymond (9), Paul (7) & Bessie (2) and servant Athy Miller (17).  Levi and Athy were employed as mail carriers.  Levi & Jennie had been married for 10 years; she had had 3 children, all living.  Raymond & Paul attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of James Gilbert (age 50), Jason Wade (38), Frank Greathouse (28), William Williams* (28), William Greathouse (32), Charles Buchanan (41), Nelson Postlethwait (44), John Hawkins (63) and George Lemasters (52).

            *William was Levi’s cousin.  Levi’s brother, James Harlan, lived with him.

 

 

    1920 Census (taken on 12 January): 75

Levi (age 41) & Editha (40) lived in a rented home at 308 Morton Avenue, Moundsville with children Raymond (18), Paul (16) & Bessie (11).  Levi was a truck driver for a feed store.  All of the children attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of David Spicer (age 49), William Smith (62), Hing Yee (45), Lee Seal (40), Rose Mallen (43), Thomas Campbell (25), Albert Bennett (39), Viola Elder (41), Clyde Knapp (29), Hillman Row (48), Harold Gaunt (37) & Earl Hostutler (37).

 

 

    1930 Census (taken on 17 April): 76

Levi* (age 52) & Edatha (51) lived in a rented home ($25) at 811 Third Street, Moundsville with children Paul (27) & Bessie (22).  Editha's widowed mother Asaneth Hughes Geho (83) also lived there.  Levi worked as a house carpenter and had not served in the military.   Paul worked as a draughtman in an airplane factory (and had not served in the military) and Bessie was a stenographer in a wire factory.

*(Note:  Ancestry.com shows Levi’s name as Levi H. Harben).

 

Neighbors:

Included families of William Crow (age 50), Jane Blake (50), William Voitte (69), Ida Weaver (37), Harvey Perkins (51), O. Kerns (49), Francis McCraken (42), Francis Wayt (28), Charles Spoon (45), Joseph West (52), Elmer Douglas (53) & Roy Taylor (37).

  

   

Children of LEVI THOMAS HARLAN and EDITHA JENNIE GEHO:

 

                       i.     RAYMOND HARLAN was born about 1902 in West Virginia. 74  During the 1910 & 1920 censuses, he lived with his parents.

                                   1930 CENSUS

                             

                        ii.     PAUL HARLAN was born about 1904 in West Virginia. 74

                                During the 1910, 1920 & 1930 censuses, he lived with his parents.

                                                                                                     

                      iii.     BESSIE HARLAN was born about 1909 in West Virginia. 74

                                During the 1910, 1920 & 1930 censuses, she lived with her parents

 

 

 

  22.  FRIEND SANFORD HARLAN (RACHEL2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 12 December 1879 in West Post Office24  and died 28 April 1969 in Ravenna, Portage County, Ohio. 24  He was known as Sanford.

 

    1880 & 1900 Censuses:  Friend lived with his parents.  (Click here to view census information).

 

    He married EMMA THEODOCIA LEMASTERS 13 July 1902 in Wetzel County with Rev. Samuel Furbee officiating.24  The daughter of JASPER NEWTON LEMASTERS & MARY E. SMITH, she was born 07 May 1887 in Wetzel County24   and died 24 May 1942. 24   

 

    1910 Census (taken on 29 April): 77

 

Frank” (age 30) & Emma (29) lived in a rented home in So. Franklin District, Washington County, Pennsylvania with children William (7), Hazel (4), Harold (3) & boarders James Call (32), Elmer Dalle (45) & Layt Lemasters (48).

Friend was employed as a farm laborer.  Emma had given birth to 3 children, all living.  William did not attend school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of William Dickerson (age 31), William Moninger (41), Barney Clemens (43), Mary Walters (53), Edward Grandon (62), Dempsey Moore (46), John Plymire (51), Frank Breece (24), James Manon (53) & Frank Moore (58).

 

 

    1920 Census (taken on 3 January): 78

 {Friend} Sanford (age 40) & “Dosia” (32) lived in a rented home on Riddle Block No. 9 on corner of Chestnut and Maine, Precinct A in Ravenna Ward 1, Portage County, Ohio with children William (16), Hazel (13), Harold (11), Zelda (8) & Friend's sister-in-law Ethel Lemasters (17). 

Friend worked in a hardware store and Emma was a spool filler in a “woolen mill”.  Ethel Lemasters worked at a “wick bench” in a box factory.  She was single and did not attend school. William, Hazel, Harold & Zelda did attend school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of A. F. Blank (age 44), Ward Sager (40), Harry Smith (64), E. J. Jenkins (37), George Younker (48), F. J. Mott (66), Guy Summers (26), Paschal Fought (69), A. P. Smith (61), Maggie Skinner (30), F. E. Collins (72) and Frank Crooks (68).

 

 

    1930 Census (taken on 9 April): 79

Sanford (age 50) & Emma (42) lived in their own (valued $3,000) with radio at 160 Elm Street, Ravenna, Portage County with son William (27) & his wife Gladys (20), other sons Harold (22) & Dalhart (2) and nephew Osney (33).

Sanford worked as a metal worker in a tin shop.  He had not served in the military.  William was an electrician, Harold a steel worker and Osney worked in a plumbing shop.  Harold attended school.  Osney was single.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Henry Carroll (age 34), Wallace Stanford (80), Leonard Baker (22), Henry Polglaze (38), Albert Rineheard (49), Godfrey Stokes (41), Miles Whitney (43), Ingomar Smalley (62), Mattie Williams (55), Byron Waltz (35) and John Klohn (50).

 

     

Children of FRIEND HARLAN and EMMA THEODOCIA LEMASTERS:

 

                        

64.                  i.     WILLIAM EDWARD HARLAN was born 25 April 1903 in New Martinsville and died 21 March 1989, Livermore, Alameda County,  California.

 

                       ii.     HAZEL CLARICE HARLAN, was born 09 May 1906 in New Martinsville24  and died 23 April 1960 or 1962.24  She married ARTHUR ROBISON who was born about 1903. 24

                              During the 1910 & 1920 censuses, she lived with her parents.

                              There was a Hazel Harlan living as a lodger in the household of Fay Fulton at 817 North Howard Street, Akron, Summit County, Ohio.  She was single and worked as a stenographer for a coal office.  Not sure if this is “our” Hazel.

 

                     iii..     HAROLD HERBERT HARLAN  was born 02 March 1908 in New Martinsville24 and died 07 September 1961 in Portage County, Ohio. 80

                              During the 1910, 1920 & 1930 censuses, he lived with his parents.

                              He married  (1) MARIE ____ who was born about 1911. 24

                              He married  (2) FLORENCE  _____ who was born about 1911. 24

 

                      iv.     ZELDA MAE HARLAN was born 27 March 1911 in West Virginia. 24  and died 26 January 1968 in Orange County, California. 81  

                              She married ALFRED ARCHER who was born about 190824 and died in 2000. 24 

                              During the 1920 census, she lived with her parents.

 

                                   1930 CENSUS

                             

 

65.                 v.     DALHART ALBERT HARLAN was born 14 May 1927 in Ravenna, Portage County, Ohio and died 30 April 1982.

 

 

  

  23.  JOHN A. HAFER (ATHA2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born in September 1876 in West Virginia.82 

 

    During the 1880 & 1900 Census, John lived with his parents.  (Click here to view census information).

 

    1910 CENSUS

 

    About 1912, he married Ida ___, who was born about 1891 in West Virginia.83   

 

    1920 Census – John, his wife and children lived with his parents.  (Click here to view census information).

    1930 Census (taken on 10 April): 84

John (age 50) lived in a rented home ($25 month) in Parkersburg, Wood County with wife Hattie (39) and children Harold (16),

Wilbur (14), Woodrow (10), William (8), "Froy" (3) and roomers William Roark (38) & Everett Smith (28).

 

Neighbors:

Included families of George Morris (age 57), Charles Walls (48), Delbert Penn (46), Frank Bader (54), Irene Duncan (52),

Anna Larue (22), Oliver Ship (34), Della Sharpneck (33) and William Selden (44).

 

 

Children of JOHN A. HAFER and IDA ________:

 

                       i.     HAROLD HAFER who was born about 1915 in West Virginia. 83

 

                       ii.     WILBUR HAFER who was born about 1916 in West Virginia. 83

 

                      iii.     WOODROW HAFER who was born about 1920 in West Virginia. 84

 

                      iv.     WILLIAM HAFER who was born about 1922 in West Virginia.84

 

                      v.     TROY HAFER who was born about 1927 in West Virginia. 84

          

 

 

  24.  HARRIET ANN HAFER aka CELIA HAFER (ATHA2 HUGGINS, GEORGE1) was born 28 June 1884 (in Wetzel County 102) and died 12 June 1960.  She was buried at Goddard Cemetery #1 on Knisley Ridge in Wetzel County.  (Click here to view her portion of her shared gravestone).  She was known as Celia on censuses, marriage information, etc.

 

    During the 1900 census, she lived with her parents.  (Click here to view census information).

    On 16 June 1909, Celia married FRIEND WILLIAM GODDARD in Wetzel County. (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).   The son of JOHN WILLIAM GODDARD and AMANDA BELL COZART, he was born 08 April 1884 (in Wetzel County102) and died 04 December 1942.  He was buried with Celia in Goddard Cemetery. (Click here to view his portion of their gravestone.  Click here and here for full views of their gravestone).



    1910 Census (taken on 7 May):
87

Friend (age 25) lived in brother's rented home in Proctor District with wife Celia (25), son Clyde (7 months), brother Francis (22) and

sister-in-law Lizzie (19).  Friend and Francis worked as farm laborers on outside farms.  Celia had given birth to 1 child (still living);

Lizzie had 1 child with 0 living.

 

Neighbors:

Include families of John A. Kocher (age 49), Thomas B. Parsons, Seymore Goddard (37), John Herrick (59), Samuel "Furber"

(52), Nancy Richmond (72), Joseph Herrmann (22), James Gilbert (50), Jason Wade (38) and Frank Greathouse (28).

 

    1920 Census (taken on 29 January): 88

Friend (age 35) lived on rented farm in Proctor District with wife Celia (35) and children Melvin (8), Lawrence (6) and Golda (5).

Friend was a farmer and all of the children attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Wiley Williams (22), Daniel Harlan (59), Ernest Babe (56), brother James Goddard (32), James Smith

(49), David Nicely (64), Marion Smith (49) and Jesse Bennett (45).
 

 

    1930 Census (taken on 1 May 1930): 89

Friend (46) & Celia (age 45) lived on their rented ($50 month) farm in Proctor District with children Melvin (18), Lawrence

(17) and Goldie (15), her parents John P. Hafer (81) & Atha Huggins Hafer (82), sister Christina Hafer Games (47) and

Celia’s nephew Charles Johnson (14) and niece Lizzy Johnson (11).   Friend was a farmer.  He and father-in-law John P.

Hafer had not served in the military.  Goldie attended school.  Christina Hafer Games was married (at age 25) but her husband

was not listed.  Charles and Lizzy Johnson’s parents weren’t shown on the census.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Clarence Huggins* (44), John W. Goddard** (73), Primberton Freeland (67), Bruce Clark (54), Lewis Wade

(60), David Nicely (74), Benton Blake (37), Foster Goddard** (57), Fred Goddard** (49), Presley Dunham** (63) and Clark

Pegg (27).

                              * Clarence Huggins was the 1st cousin 1x removed to Celia Hafer and the 2nd cousin 1x removed to Friend Goddard.

                                    ** John W. Goddard, Foster Goddard, Fred Goddard and Presley Dunham were half 1st cousins 1x removed

                                         to Celia Hafer and Friend Goddard. 

 

 

 

Children of FRIEND W. GODDARD and CELIA A. HAFER:

 

                       i.     CLYDE W. GODDARD was born 20 November 1909 and died 03 November 1910.  (Click here and here to view his gravestone).

 

                       ii.     CLARENCE MELVIN GODDARD was born 16 May 1911 in Wetzel County and died 11 January 1985 in Canton, Stark County, Ohio.  On 16 July 1937, he married ADA M. CROSS in Proctor District.  For more information, click here

 

                      iii.     LAWRENCE BERNARD GODDARD SR was born 10 March 1913 (in West Virginia) and died May 1978 (possibly in Wetzel County).  On 30 August 1936, he married VIRGINIA MARY BURGE in Wetzel County.  (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  She was born in about 1919 in Wetzel County.  There is a Virginia Burge, daughter of GEORGE EARL BURGE & ROSA COOK but I don't know if this is "our" Virginia.  If someone can provide proof of Virginia's parentage, I'd appreciate it). Lawrence and Virginia had at least 5 children - Lawrence Bernard Goddard Jr., Clyde Goddard, Burl Goddard, Wayne Goddard and Rex Goddard.  Per his obituary, Lawrence Jr. died 12 May 2008 and his brothers pre-deceased him.

 

                      iv.     GOLDIE GODDARD who was born about 1914 in West Virginia. 89

 

 

 

  25.GROVER CLEVELAND HUGGINS (GEORGE “TOMMY” THOMAS2,  GEORGE1) was born 10 July 1884 in New Martinsville.90 and died before 199324.*

*Per the Ohio Deaths Database at ancestry.com, there was a Grover C. Huggins born 1885 who died 18 January 1958 in Jefferson County, Ohio but I don't know if this was "our" Grover Cleveland Huggins.
 

 

     1900 Census:  Grover lived in his parents’ household.  (Click here to view census information).

 

    On 27 March 1904, he married HATTIE KIRK in Wetzel County.  (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  She was born about 1885 in Peabody, Wetzel County. 91

 

    1910 Census (taken on 20 April): 92

"Cleveland" (age 25) & Hattie (25) lived on a rented farm in Proctor District with children George (age 5) and Peter (3).  Grover Cleveland was a farmer.  Hattie had given birth to 3 children, 2 still living.  George did not attend school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Thomas "Huggines" (age 55),* George Hohmann (80), Lemuel Goddard (60)**, Joseph Noland (73), Samuel Bland (57), Wamsley Jackson (27), Alex Dulaney (52), David "McEntire" (56) and Troy "McEntire" (27).

            *Thomas was Grover Cleveland’s father.

            **Lemuel was Grover Cleveland’s 1st cousin 1x removed.

 

 

    According to Grover Cleveland Huggins’ WWI registration card (dated 12 September 1918), he was employed as a laborer for the South Penn Oil Company in Washington County, Pennsylvania.  He lived in McDonald, Washington County and was described as being of medium height and build with gray eyes.

 

    1920 Census (taken on 28 January): 93

 "Cleveland" (age 35) & Hattie (34) lived in a rented home in Mt. Pleasant District 202, Washington County, Pennsylvania with children George (age 13), Peter (9) and Dick (5).  Grover Cleveland worked as a pumper in an oil field.  George & Peter attended school.  Hattie could not read or write.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Alexander "Powast" (age 45), John Struth (47), Clifford Peacock (24), John "Mokarne" (37), Joseph Kalan (31), James Hannan (35), Florentine Gilbert (70) & Joseph Gilbert (28).

Most were immigrants (Germany, Yugoslavia & Belgium) and were coal miners.

 

 

    1930 Census (taken on 15 April 1930): 94

"Clev" (age 46) & Hattie (45) lived in a rented home ($12 per month) in Smith District 98, Washington County, Pennsylvania with children John (20), Richard (16), Elsie (8) & Howard (5).  Grover Cleveland & son John were employed as coal miners.  Elsie attended school.  Hattie was able to read & write.  Grover Cleveland had not served in the military.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Harry Stongosky (age 48), George Malek (41), John Patsone (46), Joseph Yovich (51), Diego Demarie (42), Edward Richards (52), John Woak (54), Campbell Gilson (64) & John Majors (51).

Most were immigrants (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Belgium & Italy) and all but one were coal miners.

 

    In1942, Grover Cleveland completed a WWII Registration Card.  (He was part of the “Old Man’s Draft” – men born between 28 April 1877 to 16 February 1897).  He lived on Plum Run Road in Smith, Washington County, Pennsylvania and was employed at the Greensburg-Connellsville Coal Company at the Francis Mine in Burg RD3, Washington County.

  

 

Children of GROVER CLEVELAND HUGGINS and HATTIE KIRK:

 

                       i.     GEORGE T. HUGGINS was born 1905 in West Virginia 92 and may have died before 2000. 24 

                              During the 1910 & 1920 censuses, he lived with his parents.

                                  1930 CENSUS

 

                       ii.     PETER HUGGINS was born in 1907 in West Virginia92  and died from “Spinal disease” on 14 December 1913 in Proctor District. 91

                              During the 1910 census, he lived with his parents.

 

                      iii.     JOHN HUGGINS was born 24 July 1912 in Proctor District. 91 

                              He lived with his parents during the 1920 & 1930 censuses. 

 

                      iv.     RICHARD HUGGINS was born about 1914 in West Virginia. 93 

                              He lived with his parents during the 1920 & 1930 censuses.

 

                      v.           ____ HUGGINS (male) was born in 191791 and died on 27 April 1917 in Proctor District. 91

 

                      vi.     ELSIE HUGGINS was born about 1922 in Pennsylvania. 94

                              During the 1930 census, she lived with her parents.

 

               vii.     HOWARD HUGGINS was born 04 May 1924 in Washington, Washington County, Pennsylvania, 91  died 28 October 1982 in Weirton. 91 He was buried at Fairview Cemetery in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. 91 

                              He lived with his parents during the 1930 census.

 

 

 

  26.WILLIAM HARRISON HUGGINS (GEORGE “TOMMY” THOMAS2, GEORGE1) was born 17 September 1896 in Marion, Proctor District. 95  He died before 1996 in West Virginia. 24

 

     During the 1900 & 1910 censuses, William lived with his parents. (Click here to view census information). 

 

    1920 Census (taken on 21 January): 96

William (age 22) & Thelma (15) lived in her parents' (G.W. Bogard age 65 & Mary 49) rented home in Moundsville with Thelma's brother Foster (age 19).  George was a barber, William was a laborer for the B&O Railroad and Foster was a glass worker.  Mary could not read or write.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Charles Miner (29), Joseph Hartzel (37), Francis Hartzel (58), Barbary Gray (45), Alice Car (35),  T. H. Johnson (59), Charles Johnson (48), Samuel Burton (28), Thomas McMillan (76), A.M. Coulter (57), A.C. Boremson (39)  & John Lydick (55).

 

    In about 1921, he married THELMA BOGARD. 97  The daughter of GEORGE W. BOGARD & MARY ___, Thelma was born about 1905 in West Virginia97 and died before 2000.24  

    1930 Census (taken on 4 April):97

William (age 35) lived in rented home ($15 per month) at 602 1/2 Clark Street, (Martins Ferry District 26), Belmont County, Ohio with children William (age 9), “Mellie” (7) and Arthur (4).  His parents, Thomas (age 72) & Margaret (68) also lived there.  William was shown as being married but his wife, Hattie, was not listed.  William was employed as a riveter in a tin mill.  He had not served in the military.  None of the children attended school.  Thomas and Margaret could not read or write.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of John Saltysiak (age 37), Morris Mordel (48), Smales Smales (55), Nick Smales (41), George Molnar (32), Nick Catarina (39), Steve Bogos (40), Harry Kanakis (40), Katherine Sameron (35), Dora Lynch (52) and Alec Nagy (44).  Most were immigrants (Greece, Hungary, the Syrian Arab Republic & Poland) and many worked in the tin mill.

 

     

Children of WILLIAM HARRISON HUGGINS and THELMA BOGARD:

 

                       i.     WILLIAM HASTER HUGGINS was born 05 August 1921 in Marshall County. 95

                              During the 1930 census, he lived with his parents.

 

                       ii.     NELLIE L. HUGGINS was born 03 February 1923 in Marshall County95 and died in 1973. 24

                              During the 1930 census, she lived with her parents.

 

                      iii.     GEORGE VINTON HUGGINS was born 13 April 1924 in Marshall County. 95

                                   1930 CENSUS

                             

                       iv.     ARTHUR HUGGINS was born about 1926 in West Virginia. 96

                              During the 1930 census, he lived with his parents.

 

 

 

  27.  ROXIE HUGGINS (GEORGE  “TOMMY” THOMAS2, GEORGE1) was born 01 September 1900 in Marion, Proctor District. 95

 

   During the 1900 & 1910 censuses, she lived with her parents.  (Click here to view census information). 

  

    1920 CENSUS

 

    1930 CENSUS

 

 

     

Child of ROXIE HUGGINS:

 

                       i.     JAMES HUGGINS born 06 February 1917 in Proctor District. 95

 

 

 

 

 

 

    SOURCES:

 

1.  World War I Draft Card

2.  Death Certificate

3.  Wetzel County, WV Marriage Records 1911-1920 (page 30, Column 2), published by the Wetzel County Genealogical Society.  Original source were Wetzel County Marriage records books.

4.  Wetzel County, WV Marriage Records 1854-1893, published by the Wetzel County Genealogical Society.  Original source was Wetzel County Marriage record Book 3, page 221.

5.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, WV Roll: T623 1775; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 103. (pg 30 of 32 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  21 June 1900.

6.  U.S. Federal  1920 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, WV Roll T625_1973; Page 2B; Enumeration District 149; Image 196; (Page 4 of 22 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  8 January 1920.

7.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Proctor, Wetzel County, West Virginia

Roll 2557; Page 11A; Enum. District 18; Image 1061. (page 21 of 35 at ancestry.com) ; Date of Census:  29 April 1930.

8.  Tri-County Researcher - April 1986, Page 1195; "Delayed Births of Wetzel County" Line #53;

9.  Unproven – source was Cathy Majoris’ tree at Ancestry.com (source not listed).

10.  U.S. Federal 1880 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T9_1415; Fam Hist Film 1255415; Pg 77.2000; Enumeration District 104; (page 38 of 52 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  20 June 1880

11.  Wetzel County, WV Marriage Records 1894-1902 (page 58), published by the Wetzel County Genealogical Society.  Original source were Wetzel County Marriage records books

12.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Proctor, Wetzel County, West Virginia Roll T623 1775; Page 12B; Enumeration District 102 (Page 13 of 18 at ancestry.com)

Date of Census:  18 June 1900.

13.  U.S. Federal Government, 1910 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, WV Roll T624_1699; Page 5B; Enumeration Dist 158; Image 1232 (pages 10 & 11 of 25 at ancestry.com)

Date of Census:  26 April 1910.

14.  U.S. Federal Government, 1920 Census, Roll T625_1973; Page 3B; Enumeration District 150, Image 220; (Ancestry.com page 6 of 17); Proctor, Wetzel County, West Virginia; Date of Census:  17 January 1920.

15.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia, (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  "Other Huggins Families"  Section II; Page 390.

16.  Wetzel County, West Virginia Marriage Records 1854-1893, published by the Wetzel County Genealogical Society; their source were original Wetzel County Death Records Book 3 page 89.

17.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia, (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  "Other Huggins Families"  Section II Page 391.

18.  Email from Irvin Earl Brock’s grandson.

19.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Green District 99, Wetzel County, West Virginia Roll: T623 1775; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 99. Date of Census:  20 January 1900.

20.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Center District, Wetzel, West Virginia Roll T624_1699; Page 3B; Enumeration District 146; Image 786 (page 6 of 32 at ancestry.com) Date of Census: 18 April 1910.

21.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Center, Wetzel, West Virginia Roll T625_1972; Page 9B; Enumeration District 136; Image 940 (page 18 of 19 at ancestry.com); Date of Census: 29 January 1920.

22.  Wetzel County Genealogical Society, History of Wetzel County, WV 1983, page 7, "Wetzel County Infirmary".

23.  Information provided by Donnie Huggins (grandson of Will Tommy Huggins).

24.  Unproven – Source was the Helmick Tree at Ancestry.com (no source listed).

25.  Wetzel County Genealogical Society, Book:  History of Wetzel County, West Virginia, (1983). Page 138

26.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Center, Wetzel, West Virginia;  Roll 2557; Page 13B; Enumeration District 1; Image 621.0; (page 26 of 34 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  5 May 1930.

27.  Email from D. Dunlap Brown who was told about this from Nelson's son, Raymond Franklin Huggins.

28.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia, (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  "Other Huggins Families"  Section II Page 409.

29.  Birth Certificate

30.  Email from D.D. Brown whose mother knew Lavina.

31.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Center, Wetzel, West Virginia Roll T624_1699; Page 4B; Enumeration District 146; Image 788; (page 8 of 32 at ancestry.com); Date of Census: 19 April 1910. 

32.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Center, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T625_1972; Page 9B; Enumeration District 136; Image 940; (page 18 of 19 at ancestry.com)

Date of Census:  29 January 1920.

33.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Center, Wetzel, West Virginia Roll 2557; Page 13B; Enumeration District 1; Image 621.0; (Page 26 of 34 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  5 May 1930.

34.  Obituary

35.  Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002, Provo, UT (Ancestry.com)

36.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  "Other Huggins Families"  Section II  Page 413

37.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Parkersburg Ward 7, Wood, West Virginia; Roll T625_1973; Page 10A; Enumeration District 177; Image 1035; (page 19 of 36 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  9 January 1920.

38.  U.S. Federal  1930 census, Parkersburg, Wood, West Virginia; Roll 2558; Page 9B; Enumeration District 14; Image 318.0; (page 18 of 53 at ancestry.com)

Date of Census:  10 April 1930.

39.  Source unknown.

40.  U.S. Federal  1930 census, Moundsville, Marshall County, West Virginia; Roll: 2543; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 7; Image: 272.0.; (Page 26 of 47 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  12 June 1930.

41.  Obituary of brother, Friend Huggins.

42.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Ritchie, Ohio, West Virginia; Roll 2551; Page 5A; Enumeration District 44; Image 47.0; (page 9 of 37 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  8 April 1930.

43.  Marshall County, WV Marriages 1916-1926 from Courthouse Records, Book R, page 178; Per http://www.lindapages.com/marshall/b-1916-26.txt.

44.  Wetzel County, West Virginia  Marriage Records 1854-1893, WCGS source was Wetzel County Marriage Record Book 3, Page 187.

45.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  "Other Huggins Families"  Section II Page 414.

46.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Centreville, Tyler, West Virginia; Roll: T623 1774; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 81; (page 10 of 36 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  6 June 1900 

47.  U.S. Federal  1900 Census, Magnolia, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T623 1775; Page 5A; Enumeration District 102; (page 9 of 11 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  6 June 1900.

48.  T. Vernon Anderson (original source unknown).

49.  Wetzel County, West Virginia  Marriage Records 1854-1893, published by the Wetzel County Genealogy Society; their source was Wetzel County Marriage Record Book 3, Page 145.

50.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Magnolia, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T623 1775; Page 5A; Enumeration District 102; (page 9 of 11 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  6 June 1900.

51.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T624_1699; Page 7A; Enumeration District 158; Image 1235; (page 13 of 25 at ancestry.com)

Date of Census:  28 April 1910.

52.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll 2557; Page 6A; Enumeration District 18; Image 1051.0; (page 11 of 35 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  23 April 1930.

53.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T624_1699; Page 12B; Enumeration District 158; Image 1246; (Page 24 of 25 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  10 May 1910.

54.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Union, Marshall, West Virginia; Roll 2543; Page 5A; Enumeration District 26; Image 700.0; (page 9 of 45 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  7 April 1930.

55.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Clay, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T623 1775; Page 17B; Enumeration District 95; (page 34 of 36 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  22 June 1900.

56.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Switzerland, Monroe, Ohio; Roll T624_1219; Page 2A; Enumeration District 165; Image 478; (page 3 of 23 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  18 April 1910.

57.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Union, Marshall, West Virginia; Roll T625_1953; Page 18A; Enumeration District 55; Image 117; (page 35 of 46 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  4  February 1920.

58.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Switzerland, Monroe, Ohio; Roll 1851; Page 6A; Enumeration District 26; Image 367.0; (page 11 of 13 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  17 April 1930.

59.  Donnie Huggins; his sources were Monroe County, Ohio Land Records Vol 79 pg 546, Vol 79 Pg 615, Vol 81 pg11-13 and Wetzel County Land records.

60.  Wetzel County, West Virginia  Marriage Records 1854-1893 published by the Wetzel County Genealogical Society; original source was Wetzel County Marriage Record Book 3, Page 195.

61.  Bill Cunningham of the Wetzel County Genealogical Society.  Original source unknown.

62.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, South Franklin, Washington, Pennsylvania; Roll T624_1427; Page 6B; Enumeration District 233; Image 393; (page 11 of 12 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  5 May 1910.

63.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Washington, Washington, Pennsylvania; Roll 2164; Page 12B; Enumeration District 122; Image 477.0; (page 24 of 45 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  April 1930

64.  See source #62 above; in addition, Viola was shown as having had 6 children with 4 still living.

65.  Wetzel County, West Virginia Marriage Records 1911-1920 page 55, published by the Wetzel County Genealogy Society; original source was from , WCGS source was the Wetzel County Marriage Record Books.

66.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Magnolia, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T623 1775; Page 2A; Enumeration District 102; (page 3 of 11 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  2 June 1900.

67.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T624_1699; Page 10A; Enumeration District 158; Image 1241; (page 19 of 25 at ancestry.com)

Date of Census:  4 May 1910.

68.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Proctor District 149, Wetzel County, West Virginia

(page 18 of 22 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  26 January 1920.

69.  U.S. Federal  1930 census, Canton, Stark, Ohio; Roll 1869; Page 26A; Enumeration District 26; Image 976.0; (page 51 of 52 at ancestry.com)

Date of Census:  21 April 1930.

70.  Gravestone; see listing of Harlan Cemetery names at http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wvwetzel/proctor/Harlan_cemetery.htm 

71.  Wetzel County, West Virginia Marriages page 147 at the West Virginia Division of Culture & History website at http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=11596765&Type=Marriage .  Note, the record is very difficult to read.

72.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Magnolia, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T623 1775; Page 5A; Enumeration District 102; (page 9 of 11 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  6 June 1900.

73.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T623 1775;  Page 12B; Enumeration District 102; (page 13 of 18 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  16 June 1900.

74.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Proctor, Wetzel County, West Virginia; Roll T624_1699; Page 12B; Enumeration District 158; Image 1246; (page 24 of 25 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  10 May 1910.

75.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Moundsville Ward 2, Marshall, West Virginia; Roll T625_1953; Page 16A; Enumeration Dist 65; Image 439; (page 31 of 43 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  12 January 1920.

76.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Moundsville, Marshall, West Virginia; Roll 2543; Page 11B; Enumeration District 6; Image 238.0; (page 22 & 23 of 29 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  17 April 1930.

77.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Franklin, Washington, Pennsylvania; Roll T624_1427; Page 5B; Enumeration Dist 233; Image 391; (page 9 of 12 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  29 April 1910.

78.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Ravenna Ward 1, Portage, Ohio; Roll T625_1428; Page 2A; Enumeration District 106; Image 281; (page 3 of 21 at ancestry.com)

Date of Census:  3 January 1920.

79.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Ravenna, Portage, Ohio; Roll 1862; Page 8A; Enumeration District 25; Image 254.0; (page 15 of 30 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  9 April 1930.

80.  Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002; Certificate: 66247; Volume: 16651

81.  California Death Index, 1940-1997, Orange; Date: 26 Jan 1968; Social Security: 281038072.

82.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Page 214, Sheet 9B (Roll T623 1775); (Page 7 of 18 at ancestry.com); District 102, Proctor, Wetzel County, West Virginia; Date of Census:  13 June 1900.

83.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Tenmile, Harrison, West Virginia; Roll T625_1956; Page 1B; Enumeration District 82; Image 1013; (pages 1 & 2 of 22 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  2 January 1920.

84.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Parkersburg, Wood, West Virginia; Roll 2558; Page 14A; Enumeration District 18; Image 525.0; (page 27 of 37 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  10 April 1930.

85.  Gravestone

86.  OneWorld tree at ancestry.com – original source unknown.

87.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T624_1699; page 12A; Enumeration District 158; Image 1245; (page 23 of 25 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  7 May 1910.

88.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T625_1973; Page 10B; Enumeration District 149; Image 212; (page 20 of 22 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  29 January 1920.

89.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll 2557; Page 13A; Enumeration District 18; Image 1065.0; (page 25 of 35 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  1 May 1930.

90.  World War II Draft Registration Card.

91.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia, (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  "Other Huggins Families"  Section II; Page 415.

92.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T624_1699; Page 3A; Enumeration District 158; Image: 1227; (page 5 of 25 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  20 April 1910.

93.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Mount Pleasant, Washington County, Pennsylvania; Roll T625_1661; Page 4B; Enumeration Dist. 202; Image 161; (page 8 of 37 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  28 January 1920.

94.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Smith, Washington, Pennsylvania; Roll: 2163; Page 5A; Enumeration District 98; Image 548.0; (page 9 of 24 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  15 April 1930.

95.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia, (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  "Other Huggins Families"  Section II; Page 416

96.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Moundsville Ward 1, Marshall, West Virginia; Roll T625_1953; Page 12B; Enumeration Dist 64; Image 400; (pages 23 & 24 of 32 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  21 January 1920.

97.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Martins Ferry, Belmont, Ohio; Roll 1750; Page 6B; Enumeration District 26; Image 1097.0; (page 12 of 39 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  4 April 1930. 

98.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll: T623 1775; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 102; (page 17 of 18 at ancestry.com); Date of Census:  20 June 1900. 

99.  Wetzel County, West Virginia Marriage Records 1902-1910 page 1 published by the Wetzel County Genealogical Society; original source were Wetzel County Marriage Record Books.

100. Wetzel County, West Virginia Marriage Records 1902-1910 page 49 published by the Wetzel County Genealogical Society; original source were Wetzel County Marriage Record Books.
101. U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Mounsville Ward 1, Marshall, West Virginia; Roll 31109_4391495; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 64; Image: 388; (page 9 of 32 at ancestry.com); Date of Census: 08 January.
102.  Marriage license/Minister's return.
103.  Social Security Death Index.
104.  Wetzel County, West Virginia Register of Deaths page 50-a at the West Virginia Division of Culture & History website at http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=4894989&Type=Death
105. Wetzel County, West Virginia Register of Deaths page 58 at the West Virginia Division of Culture & History website at http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=4894772&Type=Death
106. Email dated 29 June 2010 from B. Sheets, ancestor of Lloyd Clark.
107. Source for his name is T. Vern Anderson.  I don't know his original source, however, Marie's surname was Hackley when she died per the SSDI and Ohio Deaths databases.
108. John Rutan Personal Family Tree at ancestry.com (owner:  Richard Nuttall) located at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/15606012/person/289433217 .  Original source unknown.
109.  Wetzel County Death Records page 55 at the West Virginia Division of Culture & History website at http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/va_view.aspx?Id=4890276&Type=Death

110.  Wetzel County Genealogical Newsletter Vol 29 No.1 page 8, "Wetzel County Delayed Births".




 

 

 

 

 

 


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