John Randolph Huggans 

3rd GENERATION 

 

 

Florence Huggins

Wiley Webster Huggans

John Wiley Henry

Anne Leona Henry

Calvin Lewis Huggans Sr.

Ida Mae Huggins

Vaughn "Sadie" Huggins

Okey Earl Huggins

Aubra Genevieve Huggins

Emery Lee Huggins

Lindsay Marshall Huggins

Paul Edwin Huggins

John Esther Huggins

WEST VIRGINIA PLACES:  

 

CAMERON & MOUNDSVILLE are in Marshall County         PROCTOR & NEW MARTINSVILLE are in Wetzel County          WILLIAMSTOWN is in Wood County

 

 

  09.  FLORENCE HUGGINS (OLIVER T.2, JOHN RANDOLPH1) was born on 4 September 1878 in Proctor,1 and died 19 May 1971 at Reynolds Memorial Hospital in Glen Dale, Marshall County. (See below). 

After the deaths of her parents in August 1883, Florence and younger brother Oliver lived with their grandparents, John Randolph and Anna Barbara Eddy Huggans in Proctor. (For more information, see brother, Wiley Webster Huggans).

     Florence married ROY CRAMER  on 12 May 1900 in Wetzel County.2   He was born on 23 March 1872 in Warren County, Pennsylvania 3 and died 6 September 1955 in Cameron, the son of JOHN CRAMER and MARTHA DAVIS.1 

 

     1880 census (taken on 6 June): 4

Florence (age 1) was living with her parents Oliver (age 26) & Mary Ellen Huggans (29) on their farm in Proctor (District 104) with Mary Ellen's sons by her first marriage to Henry Seth Parsons:   Joseph (age 11), Nicholas (9), "Filo" (7) and Wilford Parsons (4).  Oliver was a farmer.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Joseph Nice (27 yrs),* Stephen Montgomery,**  Harrison Huggans (37),***  John R. Huggans (65)****, James Henry (37), James Wade (23) and William Butler (40).
 

    * Joseph Nice's granddaughter, Mildred Virginia Myers married John Randolph Huggans' great-grandson, Orville Ray Huggins in 1932.

     ** Stephen Montgomery was the 2nd husband of Barbara Yoho who was the 1st wife of John Randolph Huggans' brother, George "Goen" Huggins.

     *** Harrison Huggins (son of George "Goen" Huggins) was a 1st cousin 1x removed to Florence Huggans.
        ****John R. Huggans was Florence's grandfather.

 

 

     1900 Census: 

Florence and Roy Cramer have not been found.  Searches were also done for their children John, Ralph, Roxie, Glenn and Marjorie (who would have been between the ages of 1 to 8 years of age), also without success.

 

     1910 Census (taken 5 May): 5

Florence (age 30) and Roy (age 38) lived on a farm with no mortgage in Liberty District 83, Marshall County with their children John (age 9), Ralph (7), Roxie (6), Glen (4) and Marjorie (1.2 years).  Florence had given birth to 5 children, all living. Roy was a farmer.  John, Ralph and Roxie attended school.

Neighbors:

Included families of Nicholas Parsons* (age 39), John Vandine (25), John Raynolds (29), Alex Raynolds (28), Henry Wayt (25), John W. Blake (49), Rhone Lewis (32), James J. Gilbert (47), Albert Adams (32) and Charles H. Bruhn (49).
                * Nicholas Parsons was Florence's half-brother.

 

    1920 Census (taken 13-14 January): 6

 

Florence (age 41) & Roy (48) lived on a farm with no mortgage on Goshorn Ridge in Liberty District 50, Marshall County with their children John R. (18 yrs), Ralph D. (17), Roxie (14), Glenn (13), "Margerie" (11), Martha (9) and Ward (7).  John and Ralph were employed as farm laborers on the home farm.  Roxie, Glenn, Marjorie and Martha attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Benton Blake (34), Nicholas Parsons* (49), Ray Strawn (29), Allen Gump (29), Oscar Clark (45), Lewis Chambers (53), Charles Blake (26), Aaron Porter (51), John Fish (66), Alexander Blake (57), John J. Blake (28) and David Blake (52).

        * Nicholas Parsons
was Florence's half-brother.

 

     1930 Census (taken 14 April): 7

Roy (age 59) & Florence (age 52) "Crance" lived in a home valued at $6,000 on Main Street in Cameron District 1, Marshall County with their children Roxie (age 21), Margery (21), Glenn L. (23), Martha M. (19) and Ward W. (17).  Roy was employed as an oil field digger.  Roxie and Glenn were employed as merchants at a retail grocery store. Marjorie and Martha were private family nurses.  Ward attended school.  John and Ralph were not listed.  Roy and Glenn had no military service.

Neighbors:

Included families of Harmon Wright (76), Okey Tingler (21), Henry Hicks (51), John Gray (38), Alexander Cox (67), D. McCardle (49), William Finlayson (37), Walter Dawson (33), M. Edgar Bonar (58), Thomas Bradley (22), Joseph Cecil (60), Perry Pyles (37), Robert Lemley (25), David Peoples (68) and Dewey R. Henderson (32).

 

     Roy died at home on 06 September 1955 at  135 Main Street, Cameron, Marshall County 3  due to a Coronary Occlusion and was buried on 9 September 1955 at Rosemont Cemetery, Rogersville, Pennsylvania.8  He was a retired oil & gas driller.8  Click here for his Death Certificate and here for his obituary.

     Florence died 19 May 1971 in Glen Dale, Marshall County due to Diabetes. She was buried at Rosemont Cemetery in Rogersville, Pennsylvania per her Obituary.

        

Children of FLORENCE HUGGINS and ROY CRAMER:

 

                   i.    JOHN R. CRAMER was born in about 1901 in Wetzel County and died after 10 May 1989 (when his wife died).

 

During the 1920 census, he was a farm laborer on his parents' farm.6

 

On 23 November 1925, he married WILMA JEFFERSON in Moundsville. (Click here to view Marriage License/Minister's Return).  The daughter of EMMETT JEFFERSON & LENA ____, she was born 6 November 1906 in Marshall County and died 10 May 1989, possibly in Marshall or Ohio County.73  John and Wilma had been living in St. Clairsville, Ohio at the time of her death but the information regarding her death showed she died at an "out of state hospital".73  St. Clairsville is very close to West Virginia and, even today, many residents go to the hospital in either Glen Dale or Wheeling for treatment. 

 

During the 1930 census99 (taken on 4 April), John (age 29) & Wilma (23) lived in a rented home ($30 per month) in Jefferson, Kanawha County, West Virginia with son Paul (3).  John was employed as a Gas Well driller and had not served in the military.

 

 

 

                  ii.    RALPH DANZEL CRAMER was born 11 July 1902 at St. Joseph's in Wheeling95 and died 22 February 1991 (possibly in Lyman, Spartanburg, South Carolina).25

 

He lived with his parents during the 1910 Census.6

 

During the 1920 census, he lived with his parents (and worked as a farm laborer at home)6 but he may also appear on another census that year.  There is a Ralph {incorrectly spelled as "Dalck"} Cramer who is one of six roomers at the Charles Worrell household in Akron, Summit County, Ohio.96  This Ralph is 17 years of age with a father born in Pennsylvania & mother born in West Virginia.

 

In about 1925, Ralph married GRACE DARLING JOBSON.97,98  The daughter of immigrants GEORGE R. JOBSON & RACHEL D. ALLISON, Grace was born 25 March 1901 in New York and died in 1984.97  They had at least two children, Mildred (born about 1928 in New York) and Ralph Jr. (born after 1930).97

 

During the 1930 census98 (taken 24 April), Ralph (age 27) & Grace (29) lived in a rented home ($30) with a radio on Alice Street in West Haverstraw, Rockland County, New York with daughter Mildred (2.2 years), Grace's widowed mother Rachel Allison Jobson (73) & boarder Bridget McGee (60).  Ralph was employed as a cloth printer for a Print Works company.  He had not served in the military.

 

 

 

                 iii.    ROXIE IRENE CRAMER was born 18 January 1905 in Glen Easton.95

 

She lived with her parents during the 1910, 1920 & 1930 census.  (In 1930, she was a merchant in a retail grocery store).7 

 

On 5 March 1932, she married J. Howard Ganoe in Wellsburg, Brooke County.  (Click to here view Marriage License/Minister's Return).

 

 

 

                 iv.    GLENN LEROY CRAMER was born 2 October 1906 in Glen Easton94 and died 25 June 1983 in Morgantown, Monongalia County, West Virginia.94

 

He lived with his parents during the 1910, 1920 & 1930 census.  (In 1930, he was a merchant in a retail grocery store).7 

 

On 25 December 1931, he married THELMA JUANITA CASEMAN in Sistersville.  (Click here to view Marriage License/Minister's Return).  The daughter of CHARLES EDWARD CASEMAN101 & MYRTLE101 MOOSE100, she was born 18 October 1910 in Greene County, Pennsylvania and died 3 March 1976 in Cameron. 

 

Glenn and Thelma had at least 2 children:

Greta Joan Cramer (born 1 January 1933 in Deep Valley and died 1 March 1993 in Alliance, Stark County, Ohio).73  Greta married Robert Grant Kimble100. 

Charles Roy Cramer was born 22 September 1937 in Deep Valley, Greene County & died there 5 May 1997.25  (Click here for more information).

 

 

 

                 v.    MARJORIE CRAMER was born 26 September 1908 at Gashorn Ridge, Cameron.95

She lived with her parents during the 1910, 1920 & 1930 census.  (In 1930, she was a private family nurse). 7 

 

Marjorie married Donald Mills.102

 

 

 

                vi.    MARTHA MAE CRAMER was born 17 August 1910 in Gashorn Ridge, Cameron. West Virgina95  and died 21 July 2002 in Oceano, San Luis Obispo County, California.25

 

She lived with her parents during the 1920 & 1930 census.  (In 1930, she was a private family nurse). 6

 

She married CHARLES EARL FOUNTAIN.102  The son of SOLOMON H. FOUNTAIN & CARRIE E. ELLIS, he was born 12 April 190025 in Santa Rosa, California103 and died 11 November 1966 in San Diego, California.104  Martha & Charles had a daughter (name unknown).  Click here for more information.

 

 

                vii.    WARD W. CRAMER was born in about 1913 in West Virginia6 and died before May 1971.102

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

 

 

 

 

  10.  WILEY WEBSTER HUGGANS (OLIVER T.2, JOHN RANDOLPH1)  was born 06 October 1882 in Wetzel County.2, 10 and died 07 July 1966 in Moundsville.8  He was buried at Greenlawn Cemetery in Moundsville.8

 

His father, Oliver T. Huggans, died on 27 August 1883 and his mother, Mary Ellen Garner, died 13 August 1883.  11

 

After the death of his parents, Wiley and sister Florence went to live with their grandparents, John Randolph and Anna Barbara Eddy Huggans.  The  Record of Inventories Book A00, Page 140  shows John was approved as Guardian for the children.  Click here for copy. 

     Wiley married (1) EMMA LEOTA DUNHAM  on 09 November 1902 in Wetzel County.2,12  (Click here for a copy of their marriage license/minister's return). The daughter of NELSON DUNHAM and PRUDENCE BLAKE, Emma was born 07 January 1884 in Proctor,8,13 and died 29 December 1947 at Glen Dale Hospital in Glen Dale, Marshall County.  She was buried at Greenlawn Cemetery in Marshall County.  (Click here for Emma's Death Certificate and here for her obituary).

     1900 Census (taken on 11 June ): 14

Wiley (age 17) lived on his uncle Cyrus Parsons Huggins' rented farm in Proctor with uncle Cyrus (age 28), widowed grandfather John Randolph Huggins (86), 1st cousin Calvin L. Huggans (17), uncle Francis Huggins (31), aunt Annie (26) and Francis & Annie's children Austie M. (born in April 1894), Okey (June 1896), Neva (February 1898) and Roy (April 1900).   The children were all born in West Virginia.

 

Grandfather John was a "retired farmer", Uncle Cyrus was a farmer and Uncle Francis was a house carpenter (unemployed 1 month during the census period), Calvin was a farm laborer (employed 6 months) and attended school for 2 months; Wiley attended school for 4 months.  Francis & Annie had been married for 6 years and she had given birth to 4 children, all living.

 

Neighbors:

Included the families of  Beau Hafer (age 39), Sarah Kirkpatrick (64), James L. Parsons (33)* with boarder Josephus Huggins (44), Leroy Kirkpatrick (67), Samuel A. O'Neil (77) ** , Philo Parsons (27)*  John Moore (81), John Palmer (57) and George Evans (26).

       
* James L. Parsons and Philo Parsons were Wiley's half-brothers.
           
** Samuel A. O'Neil was the father of a son by Francis' sister, Arminta.

 

     On 19 October 1903, Wiley and Emma sold 24 ¾  acres of land in Proctor District to A. A. Fair for $442.84.  This was land Wiley had inherited from his grandfather, Henry Garner.  Click here  to view page 1 of the Deed.

 

      1910 Census (taken on 18 April): 15

Wiley Huggins (age 27) lived on a rented farm in the Liberty District, Enumeration District 184, Marshall County with his 27 year old wife, Emma (who had given birth to 4 children, all living) and their children {Flossie} Mabel (6 years), {Curtis} Wiley (4 years), Orville R. (3 years), Ocie (3 months).  Also living there was Wiley's brother-in-law, Nathan Dunham (20 years) who was shown as a "hired man". 

 

Neighbors:

Included families of  Clarence Yoho* (22), Rachel Evans Blake (64), James Stern (47), William Geho (40),  Thomas Johnson (39), Isaac Hill (49), George Chambers (24), Arlof Evans (38), James Teagarden (56) and George Wayt (22).

        * Clarence Yoho
was Wiley's 2nd cousin 1x removed.
             ** Rachel Blake's son, Wilbert, was 2nd cousin 1x removed to Wiley's wife, Emma.

 

 

    On 24 December 1903,  Wiley and cousins Francis Marion & Josephus Huggins sold land in Wetzel County they had inherited from John Randolph Huggans to Cyrus Parsons Huggins.  The deal excluded Gas & Oil rights.  Wiley was paid $150.  Click here to view the Deed.

 

    On 9 September 1912, Cyrus paid his cousin Wiley W. Huggans and wife Emma $100 for their share of Gas & Oil rights in three tracts of land in Wetzel County that Wiley had inherited from his grandfather, John Randolph Huggans.  Click here to view the Deed.

 

     On 12 September 1918, Wiley Webster Huggans filled out a Registration Card for the World War I Draft.  On it, he listed himself as a farmer living in Howard, Marshall County and being medium in height & build with brown eyes & black hair.

 

     1920 Census (taken on 13 February): 16

W.W. Huggans and his wife Emma were living in the Liberty District, Marshall County with their children {Flossie} Mabel (16 years), Curtis (14 years), "Orval" (12 years), {Ocie} Irene (10 years), Kenneth (8 years) and Ruby (6 years).  All of the children attended school.  Wiley was a farmer; Emma also worked but it's difficult to read the occupation - possibly "mail carrier".

Neighbors included the families of D. Fair (age 68),  Thomas Wise (43), W. M. Blake (41), Solomon Blake (75), J. Gilbert (26), Thomas Ellsworth Chambers* (49), Clarence Yoho** (32), Encil Mason*** (32), J. H. (Joshua Hoadley) Yoho**** (37), R. Pyles (29), Howard Stern (20), William Geho (50) and Joshua Chambers (47).


        * Clarence Yoho was Wiley's 2nd cousin 1x removed.       

    ** Thomas Chambers' wife, Austie Dunham Chambers, was the sister of Wiley's wife, Emma.

    *** Encil Mason's wife, Osce Yoho Mason, was Wiley's 2nd cousin 1x removed.

    **** Joshua Yoho was Wiley's 2nd cousin.

     1930 Census (taken on 7 April): 17

Wiley (age 47) lived on a farm on Route 250, Washington District, Marshall County with his wife Emma (age 45) and son Kenneth (age 18).  The monthly rent was $12.   Wiley was a farmer and Emma was a Private Family Servant.  

Neighbors:

Included families of Charles Sullivan (age illegible), Allan Hartley (37), Elmer Dorsey (51), Charles Jones (42), Willey Hartzell (49), Peter Yoho (43), Frank Sigafoose (58), Friend Richmond* (53; on Thorn Avenue), W. W. Anderson (36), Cornelius Patterson (58), Richard Bumgardner (65) and Ernest Norris (26).

    *Friend Richmond was Wiley's 2nd cousin.

 

     By 1947, Wiley and Emma were living at 1112 - 12th Street in Moundsville. 8

 

     Emma became ill and had intestinal surgery.  She died due to a bowel obstruction at 10:00 pm on 29 December 1947 at the Glendale Hospital in Marshall County and was buried on 1 January 1948 at Greenlawn Cemetery in Marshall County.2, 8   L. R. Lutes in Moundsville was the funeral director.Click here for her Obituary.

     At age 62, Wiley married (2) ELIZABETH KUHN 2  on 14 November 1950 in Moundsville.18   (Click here to view Marriage Certificate). She was born 10 April 1883 in Pleasants County, West Virginia,18  the daughter of JAMES KUHN and DRUSCILLA ____.  The marriage was one of convenience only - he gave her a place to live and she took care of him. 19 

     Wiley died 07 July 1966 in Moundsville2,8 from a Coronary Occlusion 20.  He was buried  at Greenlawn Cemetery in Moundsville.2    Click here for his Obituary and here for Wiley and Emma's gravestone.

 

I spoke with two of Wiley's granddaughters and the consensus was Wiley was not the stereotypical kindly grandfather.  Per granddaughter Patricia Huggins, "Grandpap was a mean man.  A very mean man.  He was mean to everyone around him."

       

 

Children of WILEY HUGGINS and EMMA DUNHAM:

 

23.              i.    FLOSSIE MABEL HUGGINS, born on 01 September 1903 in Proctor District and died before 1987 in Moundsville.  21

                       

24.            ii.    CURTIS WILEY HUGGINS  was born on 07 June 1905 in Glen Easton, Marshall County 21 and died on 09 March 1987 in Glen Dale, Marshall County. 22

 

25.            iii.    ORVILLE RAY HUGGINS  was born on 18 March 1907 in Howard, Marshall County and died on 21 January 1983 in Glendale, Marshall County. 21

  

                 iv.    OCIE IRENE HUGGINS 23  was born on 10 January 1910 in Howard, Marshall County. (Dr. O.P. Wilson was the attending birth physician.) 24  Ocie married GUS FISHER on 12 November 1926 in Moundsville.56  (Click here to view their Marriage License).  He was born in 1900 in Greece23 and died in West Virginia.  (The Huggins Family book written by Charles Huggins shows Fisher's surname as FLICKER in error).

                   During the 1920 Census, Ocie lived with her parents.  I have not been able to locate her on the 1930 census.

 

                  

26.             v.    KENNETH VIRGIL HUGGINS was born on 20 September 1911 in the Liberty District, Moundsville 21  and died on May 1984 in Moundsville.25 

 

                 vi.    RUBY ETHEL HUGGINS was born on 05 April 1913 in Cameron, Marshall County.26   She married TRUMAN G. BAKER on 16 November 1935 in Moundsville.26,56   Click here to view their Marriage License.  He was born on 07 May 1911 in Beverly, Washington County, Ohio, 26 son of Howard M. Baker and Etta.  His siblings were Harley D. Baker (born about 1901) and Albert Baker (born about 1905).  

                   Note:  The Charles Huggins' book showed her as marrying twice (2nd husband was ___ WILKERSON) but the Social Security Death Index listed her surname as BAKER

 

                   During the 1920 census, Ruby lived with her parents.  She has not been found on the 1930 census.  (Her future husband, Truman Baker, was a "leg maker" for a box factory and single, living with his parents in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio in 1930).27

                 

     Truman died in March 1980 in Washington County, Ohio.25  On 18 April 1989, Ruby died possibly in or near Adamsville, Muskingum, Ohio.25 

 

 

 

  11.  CALVIN LEWIS HUGGANS SR (ARMINTA2, JOHN RANDOLPH1)52 was born 15 March 1884* in New Martinsville,53  a natural son of Arminta Huggans and Samuel Allen O'Neil.  Calvin died on 5 March 1968 in Glen Dale and was buried at Riverwood Cemetery (south of Moundsville). 37

 

His father, Samuel Allen O'Neil, was born November 1855 in Marshall County, son of SAMUEL C. O'NEIL & REBECCA BLAKE. He died 15 March 1932 in Glen Dale, Marshall County and was buried at Palmer Cemetery in Wetzel County. Click here  for gravestone of Samuel A. O'Neil and wife Emma Rachel West 37 and here for Samuel's Death Certificate.

 

*There are several dates for Calvin's year of birth.  Although his Birth Certificate has not been found, his WWI Draft card has his year of birth as 1880; his marriage license has 1883 and Arminta Huggans'  Statement Under Oath (see below) has 1884.

 

The Charles Huggins book, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia, shows Calvin "Huggins" as being the son of "Thomas J. Huggins (a son of John Randolph Huggins) & Arminta Conley Huggins." (See Chapter 14 page 382) .  J. Smith, who lives in West Virginia, discovered the book was incorrect.  "Thomas J. Huggins" was actually Thomas HIGGINS and he was unrelated to the Huggins family.  The Higgins spelling is per the death certificate of Arminta Conley Higgins - their daughter, Mary Clara Higgins, signed her name as "Informant" and clearly spelled her name HIGGINS.  (Click here to view Thomas Higgins's gravestone, here to view Arminta's gravestone and here to view Mary Clara's gravestone).

 

While doing research at the Wetzel County Courthouse, J. Smith found a handwritten Statement Under Oath dated 26 February 1884 filed by Arminta Huggans (daughter of John Randolph Huggans).  The Statement alleged Samuel Allen O'Neil was the father of her naturally born baby, Calvin.  Click here for a copy of the Oath. 

    Samuel O'Neil was arrested and bail set at $1.  He was found guilty and ordered to pay $50 for 5 years to the Court. 

    One month after the complaint was filed, Samuel O'Neil married Emma West, on 18 March 1884.54  Click here  for their Marriage License.

  

    1900 Census (taken on 11 June ): 14

Calvin (age 17) lived on his uncle Cyrus Parsons Huggins's rented farm in Proctor with uncle Cyrus (age 28), widowed grandfather John Randolph Huggins (86) and uncles Wiley Huggins (17) & Francis Huggins (31) Also there was Francis' wife Annie (26) and children Austie M. (born in April 1894), Okey (June 1896), Neva (February 1898) and Roy (April 1900).   The children were all born in West Virginia.

 

Grandfather John was a "retired farmer", Uncle Cyrus was a farmer and Uncle Francis was a house carpenter (unemployed 1 month during the census period), Calvin was a farm laborer (employed 6 months) and attended school for 2 months; Wiley attended school for 4 months.  Francis and Annie had been married for 6 years and she had given birth to 4 children, all living.

 

 

Neighbors:

Included the families of  Beau Hafer (age 39), Sarah Kirkpatrick (64), James L. Parsons (33)*  Josephus Huggins** (44), Leroy Kirkpatrick (30), Samuel A. O'Neil (43) *** , Philo Parsons (27)*  John Moore (25), John Palmer (57) and George Evans (26).

       
* James L. Parsons and Philo Parsons were step-sons of Calvin's Uncle Oliver T. Huggans.
        ** Josephus Huggins
was Calvin's uncle.
           
  *** Samuel A. O'Neil was Calvin's father.

 

     Calvin married MARY ELIZABETH MINOR on 30 September 1901 in Moundsville.55,56  (Click here to view their Marriage License).  She was the daughter of FRIEND MINOR and SARAH JANE HENRY, born on 19 March 1885 in Marshall County57  and died 25 January 1960 in Glen Dale, Marshall County.55    She was buried at Antioch Cemetery in Wetzel County.  Click here to view her obituary.

 

    On 20 July 1907, Calvin L. Huggans Sr. and wife Mary were paid $60 by his uncle Cyrus Parsons Huggins for Gas & Oil Rights on their share of 3 tracts of land in Proctor District Calvin had inherited from grandfather John Randolph Huggans  Click here to view Deed.

     1910 census (taken on 28 April): 33

 

Calvin (age 27) and Mary (25) "Huggins"  were living in a rented home on Cypress Avenue in District 93, Moundsville Ward 1 with their children Julia (age 7), Freda (6), Merl (4) and Junior (2).  In addition, Calvin's half-siblings Anna Henry (19) & John Henry (20) were living with them - Anna was a "Servant" and John a "Boarder".  Mary had given birth 4 children - all living.

 

Neighbors:

Included families of William Kelley (45), William Pack (49), John Lowe (34), Cleveland Dalrymple (25), Osmer Schreck (21), William Wilhelm (38), George Strope (56), William Hudson (47), William Parsons (54), Emma Shoupe (55), Bryson Dayton (22), John Bennett (38), Alta Hinerman (43), John Martin (67) and Charles Rine (31).

 

 

     On 12 September 1918, Calvin Lewis Huggans completed a Draft Registration card for WWI.10  On it, he showed his address as #311 - 12th Street, Moundsville, Marshall County.  His occupation was listed as smelter for  WJMC Smelter Company in Moundsville.  He was of medium height and build.  Under the question "Has person lost arm, leg, hand, eye, or is he obviously physically disqualified?" he wrote, "No!"

 

     1920 census (taken between 5-10 January):  58

Calvin (age 36) and Mary Huggans (35) were living on a rented farm on Round Bottom Road, Clay District, Marshall County with children Merl (age 14, shown as MERELL), Junior (age 11, name s/b Calvin Jr), Audra (age 9), Oma (age 6, name s/b Jessie Alma) and Opal (1 yr 6 months).  Calvin Sr. was a farmer.  All of the children except Opal attended school.

Neighbors:

Included families of Mont Edgel (35), Friend Travis (33), Philip Mercer (45), Henry Snediker (72), Robert Powers (71), William Truex (52), Morris Snedeker (49), Lewis Wilson (22), William Morgan (47), Finley Travis (30) and Alfred Baker (62).

 

     1930 census (taken on 7 April):59 

Calvin (age 48) and Mary Huggans (45) were living at  their owned home ($1,600 value) at 1216 Purdy Avenue, (Clay District), Moundsville with their children "Oma" (age 11 - s/b 16), Opal (11), John (9) and Robert (13 months).  Also living with them was their 21-year old son Junior {Calvin Huggans Jr.}, his wife Georgia and their daughter Judalene (21 months).

Calvin Sr. was a leverman at U.S. Smelter, Oma (Jessie Alma) was a saleslady in a candy shop and Calvin Jr. was a laborer at U.S. Smelter.55

 

Neighbors:

Included families of Frank Carothers (76), Leon Dombrowski (47), Margaret Risinger (42), Dale Chaddock (50), Alfred Woodburn (80), Edgar Gamble (34), Frank Crape (39), John Lehew (64), John Lehew Jr. (33) and Elasha Lindsey (57).  Many of the neighbors had parents from other countries, such as Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Austria, Czechoslovakia  & Cuba.

 

 

  On 08 January 1932, Calvin and Mary sold a parcel of land in Moundsville to son Merl Francis Huggans. (Click here to view Deed). 

 

     On 11 June 1937, "Calvin Louis Huggins" filled out a Social Security Application.  On it, he showed his address as 2610 Chapline Street, Wheeling (Ohio County), West Virginia.  His parents were "Samuel  Huggins and Armenia Eddy".  (Perhaps he didn't want Social Security to know he was natural-born).  His date of birth was 15 March 1884 - actually, the year "1884" was shown twice -  and he was born in New Martinsville, Wetzel County.  He was employed by the Works Progress Administration  shown as "WPA #218 at Edgwood & Leatherwood in Wheeling." His U.S. Employment service registration card number was 5735-4969.

 

        On 10 February 1940, Calvin and Mary Huggins sold five tracts of land (totaling 178 acres) to his half-sister, Anna L. {Henry} Goddard.  Click here to view the deed.


  On 27 April 1942, Calvin completed a WWII Draft Application.  He lived at 279 N. Cedar in Akron, Summit County, Ohio.  He worked for Mr. Doland at Motor Cargo, Inc., 700 Carroll Street in Akron, Summit County, Ohio.  Contact name was son Calvin Jr. at the same address.

 

 

 

  To view pictures of Calvin and Mary, click here and here and here. 

 


 

  From 1953 until his death 05 March 1968, Calvin lived in McMechen, Marshall County.01

 

    Calvin Lewis Huggans Sr. died on 5 March 1968 at Reynolds Memorial Hospital in Glen Dale, Marshall County due to a Massive Cardiovascular Occlusion and was buried at Riverview Cemetery in Marshall County.55  Click here to view his obituary.

 

Children of CALVIN HUGGANS Sr. and MARY ELIZABETH MINOR:

     i.    JULIA VIRGINIA M. HUGGANS 55,born on 05 July 1902 in Rine Ridge, Marshall County60 and died in 1956.37  (Click here to view Birth information; click here to view Death Certificate and here to view gravestone).

   
       During the time of the 1910 census, she lived with her parents. 

                 On 21 December 1918, Julia married (1) GEORGE N. TEAGARDEN on 21 December 1918 in Marshall County.45,56  (Click here to view their Marriage License).  The son of HAMILTON TEAGARDEN and ANNA ___,  he was born 19 August 1886 in Marshall County.56 

                 During the 1920 Census107, Julia and George were living in a rented home on Third Street in Moundsville Ward 2.  Also living there was George's 59 year old widowed mother, Anna. George was a contractor in the home building trade.  Neighbors included the families of David J. Snediker (age 75), John Williams (60), Thomas Hammond (75), Edwin Bickett (35), Alva Price (56), Lawrence Alley (37), Lee Kurby (22), John Kurby (56), Mike Albert (46), Wiley Gamble (58), Albert Vasel (58) & Minnie Myers (55, b. Ireland).

                In about 1927, Julia married (2) HARRY HENRY MESTA. 93  The son of HENRICH MESTA and EMMA KELLNER, he was born 30 July 189625 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania10 and died 03 September 1965.25 

               During the 1930 Census (taken on 8 April), 93   Julia (age 26) and Harry (age 33) lived in a rented home ($20 per month) with radio at 137 East 4th Street, District 28, Marshall County, West Virginia.  Harry was employed as a truck driver. 
Neighbors included families of Ernest Norris (age 26), Margaret E. Roberts (74), Edward Rohn (43), John W. Monroe (46), Ray Morris (29), John Fink (54), Dennis Fahey (63), Lee Hill (26), Thomas Doty (64), John Woodstroff (38), John Doty (23) and Joseph Parriott (64).

            By the time of her death, Julia and Henry lived at 2631 Chapline Street in Wheeling, Ohio County.
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28.            ii.    FREDA LOTETTA HUGGANS  was born on 08 January 1904 in Moundsville and died (date unknown) in West Virginia.55

 

29.            iii.    MERL FRANCIS HUGGANS, SR. was born on 15 November 1905 in Moundsville and died on 07 January 1979 in Marshall County.
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30.            iv.    CALVIN LEWIS HUGGANS, JR. was born on  09 February 1908 in Marshall County, and died on 10 April 1981 in Tucson, Arizona.
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31.            v.    AUDRA LEE HUGGANS was born on 03 May 1910 in Moundsville and died on 31 August 1989 in McMechen, Marshall County.62

 

                 vi.    JESSIE ALMA HUGGANS 63   was born on 26 November 1916 in Moundsville.64  and died after 07 January 1979.
108  Her ashes were buried with 2nd husband, Walter Litman.108

                  She lived with her parents during the 1920 & 1930 censuses.

                   On 05 July 1930, Jessie married (1) MYRON REED WARREN in Wellsburg, Brooke County. (Click here to view Marriage License/Minister's Return). The son of LEE WARREN and CORA HERADEN, he was born 26 September 189810,25 in Denver County, Colorado10 and died 22 December 199510,109 in Madera County, California.109

                   The marriage ended in divorce.110

                   On 03 September 1942, Jessie married (2) WALTER BRADY LITMAN in Parkersburg, Wood County. (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's Return). The son of BRADY C. LITMAN and MARGARET L. FAGERT, he was born 04 May 190725 in Hannibal, Monroe County, Ohio111 and died 20 October 197025,73 in Monroe County, Ohio.73  At the time of his death, he lived in Monroe County, Ohio.73

                    Before 1926, Walter had been married to BETTY RICHMOND.112  The daughter of GEORGE W. RICHMOND and CORA M. ____, she was born about 1907 in Pennsylvania.112  Walter and Betty were divorced before September 1942.110

                    By 26 January 1960, Jessie lived in New Castle, Weston County, Wyoming.113

                    By 05 March 1968, Jessie lived in Rapid City, Pennington County, Michigan.114

                    On 29 April 1972, Jessie married (3) THEODORE HAYES STRONG in Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada.115  The son of ALBERT STRONG and MARY L. HAYES, he was born 13 August 190725 in Michigan116 and died January 1979 (possibly in Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona).29  At the time of their marriage, Theodore and Jessie lived in Arizona.115

                    By 07 January 1979, Jessie lived in Phoenix, Pima County, Arizona.117

                    After the death of Theodore Strong, Jessie took back the surname LITMAN.108

                    After Jessie's death, her ashes were brought back to New Martinsville, Wetzel County and were placed in the grave of 2nd husband, Walter Litman; only Walter has a headstone.108

 

vii.    OMA HUGGANS was born in about 1918 in West Virginia.59  

                  She lived with her parents during the 1920 & 1930 censuses.

 

32.            viii.    OPAL ELIZABETH HUGGANS was born on 01 June 1918 in Moundsville 21  and died on 24 August 1968 in Columbus, Delaware County, Ohio.37 

 

                 ix.    JOHN WALDO HUGGANS 59 was born on 26 October 1921 in West Virginia and died at the Veterans Hospital on 02 October 1968 in Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia.65  (Click here for Death Certificate). He was buried in Wetzel County.  (Click here to view Gravestone).  

During the 1930 census, he lived with his parents.

John married JUSTINE EDNA DAVIS.  The daughter of EDWARD R. DAVIS and DORA RHODA HINDMAN, she was born 24 September 1924 in West Virginia and died 04 January 1988 (possibly in Wetzel County).2  John and Justine share a gravestone.  (Click here to view Gravestone). 

 

 

                x.    ROBERT W. HUGGANS 63 was born in Moundsville, West Virginia.66

 He lived with his parents during the 1930 census.  He is still living and has never married.37

 

 

 

  12.  JOHN WILEY HENRY (ARMINTA2 HUGGINS, JOHN RANDOLPH1) was born 07 June 1889 in Ella, Marshall County 10 and died 18 May 1949 in Magnolia District, New Martinsville due to a crushed chest and broken neck when hit by a rolling log.8  (Click here for Death Certificate and here for obituary). 

 

     He married (1) sometime prior to 1912 to ILA BRIGGS,28 daughter of ANDREW BRIGGS & JANE ____ who was born 9 February 1889 28 and died 19 August 1917 in Proctor,29 due to complications from surgery.  She was buried at Palmer Cemetery in Wetzel County.

 

     1900 census (taken on 15 June): 30

John (age 9) was living on his father's farm with no mortgage in the Center District 92, Wetzel County with his father William Henry (age 50), half-sister Louisa Henry (23), sister Annie (8 years).  John attended school for 5 months and could not write. 

Neighbors:
Included the families of John A. Lemley (age 38), John K. Utt (53), John F. Utt (25), Joseph A. Carol (54),  Isaac Yoho (36) and Jacob Yoho (43).

  

     1910 census:  John and his sister Anne were listed twice:

    The first 1910 census31 listing (taken on 23 April) was at the home of their father, William Henry (age 58), with his 3rd wife {Barbara} Jane Huggins Henry (age 72) in Proctor District 159.  Barbara Jane was John & Anne's step-mother and also their 1st cousin 1x removed.  John was employed as an "Odd jobs laborer" and Anne was a "Private family housekeeper". 

Neighbors included the families of of Jacob Moore (age 56), James Hill* (age 32), Jenus Bennett (age 35), Richard Rorke (age 70), Cyrus Huggins** (age 37), Wilfred Garner (age 53), Sylvanus Henthorn (age 47), Beauregard Hafer (age 49), Enoch J. Evans (age 67 and where Josephus Huggins*** was a boarder).

        *James Hill's sister was Delora Virginia Hill, who was married to Gawen Eddy Huggins (son of John Randolph Huggans).
        ** Cyrus Huggins was John Wiley Henry's uncle.
       
*** Josephus Huggins was John Wiley Henry's uncle.

    The second 1910 census33 (taken on 28 April) showed John (age 20) as a boarder and Ann (age 19) as a servant in the rented household of their half-brother, Calvin Lewis Huggans, Jr. (age 27) who lived in the Washington District of Moundsville.  Also living there were Calvin's wife, Mary (age 25) and their children Julia (7 years), Freda (6), Merle (4) & Calvin Jr. (2).  Both censuses showed John and Anne as not being at work on the day  the census was taken. 

Neighbors included the families of  William Kelley (age 45), William Pack (49), John Lowe (34), Cleveland Dalrymple (25), Osmer Schreck (21), William Wilhelm (38), George Strope (56), William Hudson (47), William Parsons (54), John Martin (67) and Charles Rine (31).

 

     On 5 June 1917, John Wiley Henry completed a WWI Draft Registration Card.  On it, he was a self-employed farmer, married father of two.  He was tall with a medium build and dark blue eyes and black hair.  John claimed an exemption from the draft, due to being "in debt on farm".10

     John was married to (2) CLINA ELIZABETH FITZSIMMONS on 30 April 1919 in Wetzel County.39  The daughter of FRANKLIN FITZSIMMONS and MARY ELIZABETH MORRIS, Clina was born 9 February 1898 in Wetzel County and died there in 1976.40   

 

     1920 census (taken on 15 January): 42

John (age 30) & wife "Cline E." (age 21)  were living on a farm (with mortgage) in Proctor District 150 with John's 8-year old daughter, Bernice, 4.8 year old "foster son", Fred Richards and John's 81 year old widowed step-mother {Barbara} Jane Huggins Henry, who could not write.  John  was a farmer.

Neighbors:

Included families of Dudley Powell (age 57), Rosetta Hawkins (61), William Arman (58), George Workman (52), T. M. Kirkpatrick (68), Ann Clements (66), Mary Willoughby (57), Marion Moore (69), Alex Furbee (62), Jason Paugh (67), Charles Cook (25) and Lewis Wade (50).

 

     1930 census (taken on 2 April): 43

John (age 40) & Clina (31) lived on their farm in Proctor (District 18), Wetzel County with his 18 year old daughter, "Bernse" and their children Everett (9 years) and Elizabeth (7 years).   Fred Richards (age 15) had been listed as a foster son on the 1920 census, but the 1930 census showed him incorrectly as "son Fred Henry".   The three youngest children attended school.  John Wiley Henry had not served in the military as of the census date.

Neighbors: 

Included families of David E. Mason (70), R. Fitzsimmons (67), Charles Burge (43), Harry Mason (30), Lina Ritchardson (45), Frank Fitzsimmons (60), Fred J. Minger (58), George T. Kolker (41) and John A. Kocher (69).

 

 

John and Clina operated the Proctor Store located one mile from the Palestine Christian Church in Wetzel County.  They lived in Proctor at the bottom of Briggs Hill & Garner Run.  Prior to building and operating the store, John was on the Wetzel County Board of Education, was a farmer and worked in a sawmill. 40

 

In 1949, John was working as a timber man.8  On 18 May 1949, he was working in the Magnolia District in New Martinsville and a  log rolled on him, crushing his chest and breaking his neck.8  (Click here for article.) 

 

     John was buried on 21 May 1949 at Palmer Cemetery in Wetzel County.8   (The funeral was handled by the funeral director F. M. Ellis).8 Click here to view an Appraisal of his Estate.

     After the death of her husband, Clina moved to Doolin, West Virginia.40 On 10 August 1965, she married widower Thomas Foster Rine.105  The son of JOSEPH RINE & AMELIA A. WILLIAMS, he was born 07 January 198610,41 in Maud41 (or Halls Mills10), Wetzel County.10,41

     Clina died there in 1976 and was buried at Palmer Cemetery in Wetzel County.40       

 

 

Children of JOHN WILEY HENRY and (1) ILA BRIGGS:

 

 

                   i.    BERNICE MARIE HENRY who was born 24 March 1911 in Wetzel County and died on 17 August 1971 in West Virginia. 28, 34  

 

                         Click here for more information.

 

                 ii.    {Foster sonFRED DANIEL RICHARD who was born 14 April 1914 in West Virginia and died 07 December 1989 in Wetzel County.38  Fred was listed as a foster son on the 1920 census and as a son on the 1930 census; however, he was never formally adopted.  Fred married ELDA LOUISE KOCHER who was born 28 May 1912 in Wetzel County and died 14 August 1991 in West Virginia.38 


Click here. for more information.

 

 

   

Children of JOHN WILEY HENRY and (2) CLINA E. FITZSIMMONS:

 

27.            iii.    JOHN EVERETT HENRY was born on 11 October 1920 at Proctor Creek and died on 20 February 1988 in Wetzel County.44         

                        During the 1930 census, he lived with his family and attended school.43

 

                 iv.    ELIZABETH PEARL HENRY aka LIBBY was born 03 March 1923 in Proctor District and died 05 January 2008 in either Ritchie County or Moundsville, Marshall County. 

 

                        Click here for more information.

 

                       

                    

 

                 v.    GLEN R. HENRY was born 17 June 1933 in Friendship, Wetzel County28  and died before 2008.  He married ELEANOR WALTON.  They had two sons, David and Philip.  (Click here for more information on Philip).

 

                vi.    DALE F. HENRY who married 'FRANKIE' MEADOWS. They had a daughter, BILLIE JO HENRY.   (Click here for more information).

 

 

 

 

   13.  ANNE LEONA HENRY (ARMINTA2 HUGGANS, JOHN RANDOLPH1) was born 05 November 1890 in Proctor,28  daughter of William Henry and his first wife, ARMINTA HUGGANS. {See Generation 2 for information}.

 

     1900 Census (taken on 15 June): 30

"Annie" (age 8) was living on his father's farm with no mortgage in the Center District 92, Wetzel County with his father William Henry (age 50), half-sister Louisa Henry (23), brother John (9).  John attended school for 5 months and could not write.  Anne did not attend school.

Neighbors:
Included the families of John A. Lemley (age 38), John K. Utt (53), John F. Utt (25), Joseph A. Carol (54), John Utt (25), Isaac Yoho (36) and Jacob Yoho (43).

 

 

     1910 Census:

Anne and brother John were listed twice.  Click here to view.

 

     Anne married ALBERT RUSSELL GODDARD 46 on 16 April 1912 in Wetzel County.37 He was born 05 August 1890 in Proctor,46  the son of JOHN WILLIAM GODDARD and AMANDA BELL COZART. He died 13 September 1961 in New Martinsville.46 

     On 5 June, 1917 Albert completed a WWI Draft Registration card.  On it, he showed his place of birth as New Dale, Wetzel County.  Current address was also New Dale.  He was a married, self-employed farmer.  He was of medium height & build with light blue eyes and light brown hair.

 

     1920 census (taken on 14 January): 47

Anne (age 29) and Albert (age 29) were living on their rented farm in Proctor District 149. Also living with them were Albert's cousins, six-year old Okey W. Goddard & fourteen year old Earl E. Huggins. 

Neighbors:

Included families of Nathan Dunham (44), John G. Bland (33), Friend Cecil (42), George Toothman (41), Walter Dunham* (47), James Martin (63), Parsons Richmond** (56) and Friend Taylor (59).

       
*Walter Dunham was Albert's 1st cousin 1x removed.
           **Parsons Richmond was Albert's 3rd cousin.

 

     1930 census (taken on 11 April): 48

"Russel" (age 39), Anne (39) and "nephew" Okey Goddard (17) were living at the Wetzel County Infirmary (aka the "Poorhouse") in the Magnolia District, Wetzel County.  Albert was working at the County Farm, Anne was the cook and Okey was farm labor. 

Others who lived there included Donald Hassig*(5), Altha Stout (age 60), Etta May Stout (26), Martha Jane Gorby (45), Morris Haught (7), Cecil Price (13) and Jacob Kirkhart (71)  and 6 siblings Walter (17), Clarence (15), Robe (14), John (12), James (13) and Homer Gorby (10).

 

* Donald Hassig was taken in and raised by Albert and Anne Goddard.  He joined the Marines at age 17 and was killed in Guam during WWII. Click here for his obituary.

 

     In 1942, Albert completed a WWII Draft Registration card.  This Registration was also known as "The Old Man's Draft" for men born on or after 28 April 1877-16 February 1897.  Ancestry.com has a copy of the card but only the front of it pertains to Albert as there was a mix-up in copying the back side of the cards for the states of PA, MD, WV and DE. On the card, Albert listed his residence as on RFD #2, Proctor, Wetzel County. His phone number was MAUD 6 -R-29 and he was a farmer.

     Albert died 13 September 1961 in New Martinsville and was buried on 16 September 1961 at the Northview Cemetery in New Martinsville.46  Click Here for obituary.

     Anne died 20 July 1979 at  the Wetzel County Hospital in New Martinsville.28  She was buried at the Northview Cemetery, New Martinsville.  Click Here for obituary.

       

ANNE HENRY and ALBERT RUSSELL GODDARD had no children of their own but they did raise many children including:

 

                   i.    OKEY WOODROW GODDARD was the biological son of GEORGE LEONARD GODDARD & PEARL FURBEE and was raised by ANNE and ALBERT.   He was born on 13 July 1912 in Wetzel County and died on 13 March 1983 in Proctor District.35  

 

                    Click here for more information.

                    

 

16.              ii.    EARL EMERSON HUGGINS was the biological son of GAWEN EDDY HUGGINS & DELORA VIRGINIA HILL and a foster child of ANNE and ALBERT.46  He was born 10 April 1905 in New Martinsville and died there on 10 August 1964.50 

           
Click here  for more information about Earl.

          

   

                iii.    DONALD ANDREW HASSIG (biological parents unknown at this time) was born in about 1925 in West Virginia and raised by ANNE and ALBERT.  Donald died on 26 July 1944 in Guam while serving in the U.S. Marine Corp.  Click here for obituary.

 

                iv.  ?

According to Anna J. Goddard (granddaughter of Albert & Anne), she knew of another child who was taken in and raised by her grandparents. Unfortunately, she can't remember his name.  It's possible he was one of the children living at the Poorhouse when Albert and his family lived and worked there (See 1930 census) and they took the child with them when they left.  Per that census, the following male children lived at the Poorhouse and didn't appear to have a parent living there as well:  Ollie Willie or Willis (age 1), James Bebrow (4), Morris Haught  (7) and Cecil Price (13).

 

                  "Albert and Anne loved children but were not blessed with their own - that's why they took in other children" - per Anna Goddard.

 

 

  14.  IDA MAE HUGGINS (SANFORD EDDY2, JOHN RANDOLPH1)  was born 22 June 1901 in Marshall County and died in February 1990.25 

     She married JAMES HENRY PULLIAM  on 27 July 1925 in Moundsville.56  Click here to view their Marriage License.  James was born on 03 February 1902 in Sandoval, Marion County, Illinois, son of JAMES PULLIAM and ADA WILLIAMS. 26

 

     1910 census (taken on 21 April): 67

Eight year old Ida lived with her parents, Sanford & Cassie Huggans on their farm (no mortgage) in the Liberty District (Enumeration Dist, Marshall County.  Her mother had given birth to two children, 1 still living. 
 

Neighbors:

Included families of Jacob Whitlach (41), Encil Mason (23), James S. Tuttle (28), William Chambers (41), Thomas Weekley (69), Robert Derrah (58), Joshua Yoho* (66), Freeman Blake (28), Frank J. Wilson (29) and William O. Myers (50).

           * Joshua Yoho was Ida's 1st cousin 1x removed.

 

     1920 census (taken on 8 June):  68

Ida (age 18) lived on her parents' farm (no mortgage) in the Franklin District, Marshall County with her parents, Sanford & Cassie Huggans.
 

Neighbors:

Included families of George Goodrich (65), Clarence Van Dyne (27), Margaret Yoho (75), Vincent Blake (46), John W. Holmes (72), Walton Holmes (44), Cephas Hall (32), John V. Shepherd* (61), Simpson Berisford (52), Harry W. Berisford (41), Jehu Rine (52) and John Rutan (33).

             *John Shepherd was the Ida's 2nd cousin.

 

Sometime between 1920-1925, Ida became a seamstress in Moundsville.26

 

     1930 census (taken on 7 April): 69

James (age 26) & Ida (age 26) "Pullian" lived in a home valued at $5,000 at 1203 Fourth Street, Moundsville {District 5}, with their 2 month {sic} old daughter, ImogeneJames was a laborer in a steel mill and had not served in the military.

Neighbors:

Included families of Ruben Gamble (age 56), Austin Robinson (62), Lloyd Chenowith (67), Lewis Hall (43), Leo McQuade (37), James Henderson (65), John Linkhart (46), William Linkhart (52), Elmer Henderson (68), William Riggs (64), Victor Richmond (22) & Michael Miller (87).

 

 

Children of IDA HUGGINS and JAMES PULLIAM:

 

33.              i.    IMOGENE FAYE PULLIAM was born 5 November 1929 in Marshall County and died 12 November 2000 in Jackson County, West Virginia.
62   She married WILLIAM KOLOSKI, who was born 22 September 1925 and died 18 November 1997 in Marshall County. 62

 

34.             ii.    JAMES SANFORD PULLIAM was born 15 August 1935 in Marshall County and died in November 1988 in West Virginia.25   He married MARIAN AUTEN, who is still living, and they had at least four children.

 

 

  15VAUGHN HUGGINS aka SADIE  (GAWEN EDDY2, JOHN RANDOLPH1) was born 15 August 1908 in Wetzel County55 and died 28 November 1997  possibly in Medina County, Ohio.62  

 

     1910 census (taken between 19-20 April): 70

"Sadie" (age 1) lived with her parents, "Going" (46) & "Virginia" (35) in Proctor, Enumeration District 159, Wetzel County.  Also living there were her siblings, John (age 16), Dallas (11), Mamie (7) and Earl (4).  Vaughn Sadie's parents had been married for 19 years and her mother had had 9 children with 5 still living.  Her father was a house carpenter.

Neighbors:

Included the families of  Geno Willoughby (age 39), Joseph Conrey (70), Elizabeth Sibert (61), Vance Moore (24), Alex Workman (69), Warner Yates (67), Thomas Kirkpatrick (58), George Workman (40), Annie Clements (54), Emil Roth (63) and George Berger (39).

 

     1920 census (taken 19 January): 71

Vaughn's mother, Delora,  had died and the family was spread out.  Her father, Gawen Eddy Huggins, was living with his brother, Cyrus HugginsVaughn's older brother, John, was in the military, stationed at army base Camp Lewis, Pierce County, Washington.  Another brother, Dallas E. Huggins (spelled Huggans) was living in a rented a home on Big Grave Creek, Clay District, Marshall County with his wife Maud.  Yet another brother, Earl, was living on a rented farm in Proctor District 149, with cousin Albert Goddard and wife Anna Henry Goddard as well as Albert's cousin Okey Goddard (6 years).47  

As for Vaughn (age 11), she lived in Proctor District 150, with "H. T. Gainer" (age 37) & wife Della (36) {Henry Thomas Garner* & Della Sharp Garner}Vaughn's father, Gawen,  was the brother-in-law of Henry Thomas Garner, who was the nephew of  Mary Ellen Garner who had married Gawen's brother, Oliver Huggans.

    * Henry Thomas Garner had quite a temper.  On 15 July 1923, he shot and killed a neighbor, 3rd cousin Mont Dunham, and was sent to prison.  (Mont was buried at Antioch Cemetery in Wetzel County - click here and here to view gravestone). Henry later returned to his farm where he lived until his death. (Per West Virginia genealogist Clarice Stanley).

Neighbors:
Included families of Lewis Wade (age 50), Samuel J. Furbee* (42), Dr. P. L. Freeland (55), Thomas "Ferbee"** (80), Mont Dunham (27), Presley Dunham (53), Fred Goddard (40), Foster Goddard (50), Albert Garner (41), Bruce Clark (44) and William Baker (34).

                         

               * Samuel Furbee was Vaughn's 2nd cousin. 

                            ** Thomas Furbee’s wife was Elizabeth Huggins who was Vaughn's 1st cousin 1x removed. Elizabeth's father was George "Goen" Huggins, brother of John Randolph Huggans.  Thomas was the son of Samuel Furbee, above.

     

 

  On 28 April 1927, Vaughn married JAMES SENIOR MULDREW  in Moundsville.55  (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  The son of LEVI MULDREW and EMILY D. WILLIAMS, he was born 8 December 190725 (in West Virginia70) and died 5 September 1977 in Medina, Medina County, Ohio.73


 

    1930 census (taken on 15 April): 72 

Vaughn (age 21) & James (22) lived in a rented ($3) home in the Clay District of Marshall County with their son, William (2 years 11 months).  James was a laborer at a Glass House and had not served in the military.

Neighbors:

Included the families of Harry Pettitt (age 33), Samuel Daley (65), John A. Burge (73), James Hill (82)*, William F. West (34), Benjamin Hopkins (68), William Dardinger (45), Levi Muldrew (56)** and Perry K. Downs (43).

 

                    *James Hill was Vaughn's grandfather
                    **Levi Muldrew was James's father.

 

 

  17OKEY EARL HUGGINS (FRANCIS MARION, JOHN RANDOLPH)73, was born on 12 June 1896 in Proctor10, 74 and died 14 December 1960 in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio.73  (Click here to view Obituary).

    The Charles Huggins book on the Huggins Family (see "resources") shows Okey married (1) STELLA McHUY 74 in about 1918 and they had a son, Charles Edward Huggins born 21 July 1921; Okey then married (2) HAZEL LeDEVOL74 after 1922.72  She was born about 1902 in Ohio.75

However, Okey's obituary showed he married Hazel on 25 December 1919.  Two sons were shown - neither named Charles Edward Huggins - although their mother's name was not listed.  I can't locate the Marriage license/Minister's return for Okey's marriage(s).
 

    1900 Census (taken on 11 June): 14

Okey (age 4) lived at his (28 year old) Uncle Cyrus Huggins's rented farm in Proctor District 103 with parents Francis (31) & Anna Margaret Huggans (26) and siblings Austie (age 6), Neva (age 2) & Roy (age 3 months) .  Also living there were Okey's widowed grandfather John R. Huggans (age 86) and 17 year old 1st cousins Wiley W. Huggans and Calvin Lewis Huggans Sr.

 

Grandfather John was a "retired farmer", Uncle Cyrus was a farmer and Uncle Francis was a house carpenter (unemployed 1 month during the census period), cousins Calvin was a farm laborer (employed 6 months) who attended school for 2 months and Wiley attended school for 4 months. Parents Francis & Annie had been married for 6 years and she had given birth to 4 children, all living.

 

Neighbors:

Included the families of 

Beau Hafer (age 39), Sarah Kirkpatrick (64), James L. Parsons (33)*  Josephus Huggins** (44), Leroy Kirkpatrick (30), Samuel A. O'Neil (43) *** , Philo Parsons (27)*  John Moore (25), John Palmer (57) and George Evans (26).

       
* James L. Parsons and Philo Parsons were step-sons of Okey's uncle Oliver T. Huggans.
        ** Josephus Huggins
was Okey's uncle.
             *** Samuel A. O'Neil was cousin Calvin's father.

 

 

     1910 Census (taken on 7 May): 76

Okey (age 14) lived on an owned farm with no mortgage in District 145, Williams, Wood County with parents Francis (age 42) & Anna (35) and siblings Austia (age 16), Neva (age 12), "Carrol" (8), Robert (6), Beatrice (4) and Ethel (6 months).  Okey, Neva, Carrie and Robert attended school.

 

Neighbors:

Included the families of J. M. Tucker (68), James W. Heaton (56), Karl Shafer (42), David Barr (65), August Selick (37), J. E. Kelley (65), Stephen C. Davis (55), G. W. Ritchie (42) and Anthony Stuttler (64).

 

 

     On 5 June 1918, Okey completed a WWI Draft Registration form. 10 (His first name was spelled OAKEY).  He was living with his family at RD#1, Williamstown, Wood County and worked for Fenton Art Glass Company in Williamstown. He was short with a medium build and had blue eyes and "light" hair.

 

It's possible he married Stella McHuy after June 1918 as his WWI Draft Card listed his father as his family member contact.

 

 

     1920 census:

 I can't locate Okey on the 1920 census.

     1930 census (taken on 11 April):  75

"Oakey" (age 32), his second wife, Hazel (28), and their son "Earl" Huggins (8) lived in a rented home on Highland Avenue in District 31, Williamstown, Wood County  Okey had not served during WW I.  He was employed as an oil well worker and his son attended school.  When first married, Okey was age 22 and Hazel was 18.

Neighbors:

Included families of Lewis Q. Yost (58), Lyda Thorniley (66), Levi B. Ekas (59), Will S. Plumly (64), Harry M. Bush (55), Anthony McCarty (36), Ira W. McClure (39), Charles Wagoner (30), David McAllister (65), Guy Williamson (30), Samuel I. Stewart (59), Brady Morgan (45) and William G. Simmons (28).

 

     Okey died on 14 December 1960 in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio at age 64. 77

 

Child of OKEY HUGGINS and (1) STELLA McHUY:

 

                   i.    CARL HUGGINS 74

 

 

Child of OKEY HUGGINS  and (2) HAZEL L. LeDEVOL:

 

                ii.     EARL EDWIN HUGGINS

 

                iii.    DONALD DEAN HUGGINS

 

 

 

 

  18.  AUBRA GENEVIEVE HUGGINS (CYRUS PARSONS2, JOHN RANDOLPH1)
78,79 was born 11 May 1904 in Proctor District 80  and died 28 October 1981 in New Martinsville.79, 81   Aubra's death certificate showed her date of birth as 17 May 1904.  The death certificate informant was her daughter, Lalah Huggins Northcraft.

 

     1910 census (taken on 23 April): 31 

Aubra (age 5) lived on her parents' farm in Proctor with parents Cyrus (age 37) & Louella (27) and siblings Marvin (age 4), Emery L. (2) & Lindsay (8 months).

Neighbors:

Included families of Robert Smith (58), Jacob Moore (56), William Henry* (58) & 3rd wife {Barbara} Jane Huggins Henry** (58), James Hill*** (32), Jenus Bennett (35), Richard Rorke (70), Wilford Garner**** (53), Sylvanus Henthorn (47), Beau Hafer (49) and  Josephus Huggins***** (45) who was living with Enoch J. Evans. 

       
*William Henry had been the husband of Aubra's aunt Ermina Huggans.
       
** Barbara Jane Huggins  was Aubra's 1st cousin 1x removed.
            *** James Hill's sister, Delora, was married to Aubra's uncle,
Gawen Eddy Huggins.
      **** Wilford Garner
was the 1st cousin 2x removed to Aubra's husband, Sherman Eller.
     *****Josephus Huggins
was Aubra's uncle.

 

     1920 census (taken 20 January): 32 

Aubra (15) lived on her parents' farm in Proctor District 150 with parents Cyrus (age 47) & Luella (37), siblings Marvin (age 14), "Emory" (12), Lindsay (10), Nola (8), "Allie" (6), Paul (4) and Harold (9 months) and 55 year old widowed paternal uncle, Gawen Eddy Huggins,who was shown as Garvin Huggins.  All of the children except for Paul and Harold attended school.

Neighbors:

Included families of  William Baker (34), James Dunham (55), Wilford Finch (56), Clarence {Lewellyn} Garner* (42), George Bunting (48), Joseph Workman (41), Beau Hafer (58), Loneta Cozart (48) and Albert Garner* (41).

 

*Clarence Lewellyn Garner (Click here for obituary) was the 2nd cousin 1x removed of Aubra's husband, Sherman Eller.

** Albert Garner's wife, Martha Jane Garner Garner, was Aubra's 1st cousin 2x removed.

    Aubra was married by Rev. L. M. Omer  to SHERMAN ELLER on 12 November 1927 in New Martinsville.78  He was the son of CHARLES ELLER and ELIZABETH YOHO, born on 29 September 1905 in Proctor District and died 30 August 1966 in New Martinsville.82 

     1930 census (taken between 17-18 April):  83

Aubra (age 24) lived with Sherman (25) and their 1 year old daughter, Darlene, in a rented home ($3 per month) in Proctor District 18.  Sherman was a truck driver with his own truck.

Neighbors:

Included families of Samuel A. "Oniell" {s/b O'Neil)* (age 69), Albert Anderson (62), Thomas Brock (75), Levy Goddard (52), James H. Martin (73), Josie Blake (25), James Dunham (65), Wilfred D. Dunham (61), Mark Hartley (49) and Forest Brock (35) .

 

            *Samuel's wife, Emma West O'Neil, was Aubra's aunt.

       
 

     Sherman died on 30 August 1966 in New Martinsville and was buried at Greenlawn Memorial Park Cemetery in New Martinsville.82  Click here to view his obituary.

     Aubra died of a Coronary Thrombosis at the Wetzel County Hospital 81  on 28 October 1981. 79  Attending physician was  Dr. R.F. Miller on Main Street, Paden City, Wetzel County. She was buried at Greenlawn Memorial Park Cemetery.79,81   Click here for her obituary.

 

Children of AUBRA HUGGINS and SHERMAN ELLER:

 

                   i.    DELORES ELLER 82 

 

                  ii.    LALAH LAVERNE ELLER 82 was born 16 June 1933 and died 16 March 2002.25   She married  ___ NORTHCRAFT.84 

 

 

 

  19EMERY LEE HUGGINS (CYRUS PARSONS2, JOHN RANDOLPH1)
21, 85 was born on 07 September 1907 in Proctor 8, 86 and died from cardio-respiratory arrest and pneumonia 16 March 1999 at the Wetzel County Hospital in New Martinsville.8   He was buried at Northview Cemetery in New Martinsville.  (Click here for Death Certificate, here for obituary and here for gravestone).


 

     1910 Census (taken on 23 April): 31 

Emery (age 2) lived on his parents' farm in Proctor with parents Cyrus (age 37) & Louella (27) and siblings Aubra (age 5), Marvin (age 4) & Lindsay (8 months).

Neighbors:

Included families of Robert Smith (age 58), Jacob Moore (56), William Henry* (58) & his 3rd wife {Barbara} Jane Huggins Henry **(58), James Hill***(32), Jenus Bennett (35), Richard Rorke (70), Wilford Garner (53), Sylvanus Henthorn (47), Beau Hafer (49) and Josephus Huggins **** (45) who was a boarder in the household of Enoch J. Evans.   

 

       

        *William Henry had been the husband of Emery's aunt Ermina Huggans.
       
**Barbara Jane Huggins  was Emery's 1st cousin 1x removed.
            ***James Hill's sister, Delora, was married to Emery's uncle, Gawen Eddy Huggins.
            ****Josephus Huggins was Emery's uncle.

    1920 Census (taken on 20 January): 32 

"Emory" (age 12)  lived on his parents' farm with no mortgage in Proctor District 150 with parents Cyrus (age 47) & Luella (37) and siblings Aubra (15 years), Marvin (14), Lindsay (10), Nola (8), Allie (aka Alice, 6), Paul (4) and Harold (9 months).  Also living there was his widowed paternal uncle Gawen Huggins, who was a house carpenter.  All of the children except Paul and Harold attended school.

 Neighbors:

Included families of  William Baker (34 years), James Dunham (55), Wilford Finch (66), Clarence Garner (42), George Bunting (48), Joseph Workman (41), Beau Hafer (58), Loneta Cozart (48) and Albert Garner (41).

 

     1930 census (taken on 15 April):  71

Emery "Haggins" (age 22) lived on his parents' farm (valued at $1800) in Proctor, with parents Cyrus (age 58) & Louella (48) and siblings: Marvin (24 years), Linzy (19), Nola (18), Alice (16), Paul (15), Harold (11), John (8) and Joseph (6).  Emery was a farmer and had been unemployed for 2 months during the census year. 

Neighbors:

Included families of Linzy Yoho (54), J. Franklin Palmer (61), Herman Baxter (47), Fred J. Arman (31), Sanford Woods (66), Jesse Woods (33), Charles Taylor (83), George Hohman (42), Ross Taylor (44), Albert Berisford (34), Emery Higgins (58) and Homer Higgins (21)      

     Emery married CLARICE MABEL BLAKE on 10 May 1936 in New Martinsville. (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  She was born 26 April 1915 in Bebee, Wetzel County,118  the daughter of JASPER BLAKE and REBECCA WEST  and was the 2nd cousin of MILDRED IRENE BLAKE who had married Emery's brother, Marvin Lawrence Huggins (see Generation 2). Clarice was buried with Emery

 

   For more information about Clarice, click here.

 

      

Children of EMERY HUGGINS and CLARICE BLAKE:

 

35.              i.    SHIRLEY HUGGINS. 86

 

36.             ii.    CHARLES HUGGINS.86

37.            iii.    MARY HUGGINS.86

 

 

 

  20.  LINDSAY MARSHALL HUGGINS (CYRUS PARSONS2, JOHN RANDOLPH1) was born 07 August 1909 in Proctor District and died 23 October 1984 in New Martinsville.86  He was buried at Greenlawn Cemetery near New Martinsville, Wetzel County.  (Click here to view Gravestone).  

     1910 Census (taken on 23 April): 31 

Lindsay Emery (8 months) lived on her parents' farm in Proctor with parents Cyrus (age 37) & Louella (27) and siblings Aubra (age 5), Marvin (age 4) &  Emery (2).

Neighbors:

Included families of Robert Smith (age 58), Jacob Moore (56), William Henry* (58) & his 3rd wife {Barbara} Jane Huggins Henry **(58), James Hill***(32), Jenus Bennett (35), Richard Rorke (70), Wilford Garner (53), Sylvanus Henthorn (47), Beau Hafer (49) and Josephus Huggins **** (45) who was a boarder in the household of Enoch J. Evans.

       
*William Henry had been the husband of Lindsay's aunt Ermina Huggans.
       
** Barbara Jane Huggins  was Lindsay's 1st cousin 1x removed.
        *** James Hill's sister, Delora, was married to Lindsay's uncle, Gawen Eddy Huggins.
        ****Josephus Huggins was Lindsay's uncle.

    1920 Census (taken on 20 January): 32 

Lindsay (age 10)  lived on his parents' farm with no mortgage in Proctor District 150 with parents Cyrus (age 47) & Luella (37) and siblings Aubra (15 years), Marvin (14), "Emory" (12), Nola (8), Allie (aka Alice, 6), Paul (4) and Harold (9 months).  Also living there was his widowed paternal uncle Gawen Huggins, who was a house carpenter.  All of the children except Paul and Harold attended school.

Neighbors: 

Included families of  William Baker (34 years), James Dunham (55), Wilford Finch (66), Clarence Garner (42), George Bunting (48), Joseph Workman (41), Beau Hafer (58), Loneta Cozart (48) and Albert Garner (41).

 

     1930 census (taken on 15 April):  71

"Linzy Haggins" (age 19) lived on his parents' farm (valued at $1800) in Proctor, with parents Cyrus (age 58) & Louella (48) and siblings: Marvin (24 years), Emery (22), Nola (18), Alice (16), Paul (15), Harold (11), John (8) & Joseph (6).  Emery was a farmer and had been unemployed for 2 months during the census year. 

Neighbors: 

Included families of Linzy Yoho (54), J. Franklin Palmer (61), Herman Baxter (47), Fred J. Arman (31), Sanford Woods (66), Jesse Woods (33), Charles Taylor (83), George Hohman (42), Ross Taylor (44), Albert Berisford (34), Emery Higgins (58) and Homer Higgins (21)      

 

   On 23 December 1933, Lindsay married HAZEL VIRGINIA SMITH in New Martinsville. (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  The daughter of QUINCE SMITH and ELIZA ANDERSON, she was born 1913 in West Virginia and died 1997.  She was buried with Lindsay at Greenlawn Cemetery.57

 

Lindsay worked for (and eventually retired from) the U.S. Post Office as a post office worker.86   He and Hazel were members of the First Christian Church.86

 

     Lindsay died on  23 October 1984 in New Martinsville and was buried at Green Lawn Cemetery in Marshall County.86

       

Children of LINDSAY HUGGINS and HAZEL SMITH:

 

 

                         i.    MADONNA HUGGINS  was married STANLEY HOSKINS.88

 

38.                   ii.    DALE HUGGINS.88

 

                       iii.    RHONDA HUGGINS.88

 

 

  

  21.  PAUL EDWIN HUGGINS (CYRUS PARSONS2, JOHN RANDOLPH1) was born on 11 November 1916 in Proctor District88 and died November 1982, possibly in Proctor District.25   He was buried in Greenlawn Memorial Park in New Martinsville, Wetzel County.  (Click here to view Gravestone).

 

    On 13 September 1939, Paul married (1) RETHA HELENA TRAYON in Proctor District. (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  The daughter of LEWIS TRAYON and LAURA HOWELL, she was born on 21 November 1920 in New Martinsville and died 18 October 2003 at the Wetzel County Hospital in New Martinsville8  from Bilateral phemonitis.22   Retha was buried with her husband at Greenlawn Memorial Park Cemetery in New Martinsville.  (Click here for Death Certificate).  As an adult, Retha worked as a cook at Mobay Chemical Corporation.22 



     Paul married (2) IVY GENE ___. 88  

 

    1920 Census (taken on 20 January): 32 

Paul (age 4) lived on his parents' farm with no mortgage in Proctor District 150 with parents Cyrus (age 47) & Luella (37) and siblings Aubra (15 years), Marvin (14), "Emory" (12), Lindsay (10), Nola (8), Allie (aka Alice, 6) and Harold (9 months).  Also living there was his widowed paternal uncle Gawen Huggins, who worked as a house carpenter.  All of the children except Paul and Harold attended school.

Neighbors: 

Included families of  William Baker (34 years), James Dunham (55), Wilford Finch (66), Clarence Garner (42), George Bunting (48), Joseph Workman (41), Beau Hafer (58), Loneta Cozart (48) and Albert Garner (41).

 

     1930 census (taken on 15 April):  71

"Paul Haggins" (age 15) lived on his parents' farm (valued at $1800) in Proctor, with parents Cyrus (age 58) & Louella (48) and siblings: Marvin (24 years), Emery (22), Linzy (19), Nola (18), Alice (16), Harold (11), John (8) and Joseph (6).  Emery was a farmer and had been unemployed for 2 months during the census year. 

Neighbors: 

Included families of Linzy Yoho (54), J. Franklin Palmer (61), Herman Baxter (47), Fred J. Arman (31), Sanford Woods (66), Jesse Woods (33), Charles Taylor (83), George Hohman (42), Ross Taylor (44), Albert Berisford (34), Emery Higgins (58) and Homer Higgins (21)        

 

Paul worked at (and eventually retired from) the Pittsburg Plate Glass Corporation.88  He was a member of the Antioch Christian Church in Wetzel County.88

 

 

Children of PAUL HUGGINS and RETHA HELENA TRAYON:

 

39.              i.    JAMES EDWIN HUGGINS  was born 23 May 1942 in New Martinsville where he died 18 August 2008.

                   ii.    PAUL EUGENE HUGGINS  was born on 01 March 1947 in New Martinsville and died on 01 February 2006 at the Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, Monongalia County.  He was buried at Northview Cemetery in New Martinsville, Wetzel County.  (Click here to view Obituary). 

Paul served in the Army during the Vietnam War.1


Paul
married  (1) JOYCE POWELL and (2) NANCY SIMMONS
90 and had a daughter, Nancy Huggins.1

 

40.            iii.    WILLIAM JOSEPH HUGGINS was born in New Martinsville.90  

 

 

 

  22JOHN ESTHER HUGGINS (CYRUS PARSONS2, JOHN RANDOLPH1) was born on 25 June 1921 in Proctor District 90 and died 18 March 1998 in Grove City, Franklin County, Ohio.25  He was buried at Riverview Cemetery south of Moundsville.  (Click here to view Gravestone and here to view Obituary). 
 

     1930 census (taken on 15 April):  71

John "Haggins" (age 8) lived on his parents' farm (valued at $1800) in Proctor, with parents Cyrus (age 58) & Louella (48) and siblings: Marvin (24 years), Emery (22), "Linzy"(19), Nola (18), Alice (16), Paul (15), Harold (11) & Joseph (6).  Emery was a farmer and had been unemployed for 2 months during the census year.

Neighbors:

Included families of Linzy Yoho (54), J. Franklin Palmer (61), Herman Baxter (47), Fred J. Arman (31), Sanford Woods (66), Jesse Woods (33), Charles Taylor (83), George Hohman (42), Ross Taylor (44), Albert Berisford (34), Emery Higgins (58) and Homer Higgins (21)      

 

     On 19 June 1942, John married (1) RUTH DELORES FROHNAPFLE in Proctor District. (Click here to view Marriage license/Minister's return).  The daughter of ROBERT FROHNAPFLE and ALICE SMITH, she was born in Proctor District.90

 

   The marriage ended in divorce and Ruth remarried.106


 

     On 04 October 1958, John married (2) VIRGINIA OPAL COOPER in Moundsville.  The daughter of LESTER COOPER and MURIEL BATES, she was born in Proctor District. 90  They had at least one child before divorcing.

 

   In 1987, John was living in Moundsville.90    At the time of his death in 1998, he was living in Franklin County, Ohio.91    

 

Child of JOHN HUGGINS and (1) RUTH FROHNAPFLE:

 

                   i.    JANET K. HUGGINS 92

 

 

Child of JOHN HUGGINS and (2) VIRGINIA COOPER:

 

                   ii.  PENNY JO HUGGINS was born and died on 09 April 1959 in Marshall County.92 She was buried at Riverview Cemetery south of Moundsville. (Click here to view Gravestone). 

 

 

       

 

 

         SOURCES:

 

 

 

01.  Obituary

02.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia (1987 by Gateway Press of Baltimore), Chapter 14, Page 376

03Antill Funeral Home Records Book 5  1949-1958 from www.rootsweb.com

04U.S. Federal 1880 Census, Page 10B page 10 of 52 at ancestry.com; Enumeration District 104; Dated 6 June.

05U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Page 28, Sheet 10A; page 19 of 21 at ancestry.com; Liberty District 83, Marshall County, West Virginia.  Date of Census: 5 May.

06U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Page 4, Sheet 4B; page 8 of 19 at ancestry.com; Liberty District, Marshall County, West Virginia; Date of Census: 13 & 14 January.

07U.S. Federal 1930 Census, Page 11, Sheet 11B; page 21 of 47 at ancestry.com; District 1, Cameron, Marshall County, West Virginia; Date of Census: 14 April.

08Death Certificate.

09Death Certificate for Florence Huggins Cramer, Marshall County West Virginia Death Records Book 4, Page 44-C.

10World War I  Draft Registration Card.

11.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia (1987 by Gateway Press of Baltimore), Chapter 14 Page 375

12Marriage Certificate for Wiley W. Huggans & Emma Leota Dunham; Wetzel County Marriage Book 11, p. 87.

13.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia (1987 by Gateway Press of Baltimore), Chapter 14 Page 376 (Year of birth was shown as 1885).

14U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Page 227, Sheet B; Proctor District 103, Wetzel County, West Virginia; Date of Census:  11 June.

15U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Page 31, Sheet 2A; page 3 of 18 at ancestry.com; Liberty District 84, Marshall County, West Virginia.  Date of Census:  18 April.

16U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Page 15, Sheet 5B; page 10 of 13 at ancestry.com; Liberty District 51, Marshall County, West Virginia; Date of Census:  11 & 13 February.

17U.S. Federal 1930 Census, Page 130, Sheet  6B; page 12 of 52 at ancestry.com; Washington District 28, Marshall County, West Virginia; Date of Census:  7 April.

18Marriage Certificate for Wiley Huggans & Elizabeth Kuhn Henry; Marshall County Marriage Book 12 Page 586.

19.  Telephone conversation with Patricia Huggins Crooks.

20Death Certificate of Wiley Webster Huggans.

21Birth Certificate

22Death Certificate and Wetzel County Death Records Book E-K, Page 102d.

23.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia (1987 by Gateway Press of Baltimore), Chapter 14 Page 379.

24Birth Certificate, Birth Book 4, Page 95 for Ocie Irene Huggins; Issued 10 January 1910, Moundsville, Marshall County, West Virginia

25Social Security Death Index from  Ancestry.com

26.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  Page 380.

27.  U.S. Federal 1930 Census, Marietta, Washington County, Ohio; Roll 187; Page 3A Enumeration District 18; Image 217.0; page 5 of 38 at ancestry.com; Date of Census:  3 April.

28.  Jeff Smith via email, His source was email from B. J. H. H., great-granddaughter of William Henry.

29.  Jeff Smith via email, His source was the Wetzel County General Death Index E-K Pg. 12-A.

30.  U.S. Federal 1900 Census, Roll: T623 1775; Page 9B; Enumeration Dist.92; page 18 of 28 at ancestry.com; Center District 92, Wetzel Co.,WV; Date of Census: 15 June.

31.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Proctor, Enum. District 159, Wetzel County, West Virginia; Roll: T624_1699; Page: 4A; Image 1255; Pg. 7 of 22 at ancestry.com; Date of Census: 23 April.

32.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Page 110, Sheet 4A; Enumeration District 150; Ancestry.com page 6 of 17; Dated: 20 January.

33.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Page 192, Sheet 13A  District 93, Moundsville Ward 1, Marshall County, West Virginia  Date of Census:  28 April.

34.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census.

35.  Telephone conversation with A. J. Goddard, niece of John Wiley Henry.

36.  Source unknown.

37.  Jeff Smith via email.

38.  Telephone conversation with G. S. Richard, wife of Fred's son, D. E. Richard.

39.  Wetzel County, WV Marriages 1911-1921 page 56

40.  Wetzel County Genealogical Society, History of Wetzel County, WV 1983, Page 131 "Helmic-Henry"  Submitted by J.M. & B.J.H.H.

41.  World War II Draft Applications at ancestry.com

42.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, WV; Roll T625_1973; Page 3A; Enum District 150; Image 219; Page 5 of 17 at ancestry.com; Date of Census: 15 January.

43.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll 2557; Page 1A; Enumeration District 18; Image 1041.0; Page 1 of 35 at ancestry.com; Date of Census: 2 April.

44.  Email from Donnie Huggins, 2nd cousin 1x removed of John Everett Henry.

45.  Marshall County, West Virginia Marriages 1916-1926 from Courthouse Records, Book Q, page 338 

46.  TriCounty Researcher - October 1984, Page 1005 "Obituary for A. Russell Goddard"  .

47U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, WV; Roll T625_1973; Page 5A; Enumeration District 149; Image 201; Page 9 of 22 at ancestry.com;  Date of Census: 14 January.

48.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Magnolia, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll 2557; Page 19A; Enumeration District 17; Image 1037.0; pg. 37 of 39 at ancestry.com; Date of Census: 11 April.

49.  Conversation with daughter, A.J.G.E. in September 2007.

50.  Obituary of Earl Emerson Huggins.

51.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  Page 381.

52.  Marshall County Courthouse, p. 283, Marriage Records, researched at the Courthouse by Jeff Smith (grandson of Calvin Lewis Huggans & Mary Elizabeth Minor).

53.  Per Examination Under Oath dated Feb 26, 1884 signed by "Ermina" Huggans.

54.  Wetzel County, West Virginia Records Marriage Book 3, Wetzel Co. Marriages 1854-1893 (Wetzel Co. Genealogical Society), Page 142.

55.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia, (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14 Page 382.

56.  West Virginia Division of Culture and History website, Marshall County Marriage Records 1835-1970.

57.  Per Gravestone 

58.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Page 261, Sheet 1B;  Page 2 at ancestry.com; District 47, Clay Magisterial District, Marshall County, WV; Dates of Census: 5-10 January.

59.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Page 181 , Sheet 6B  Enumeration District 26-10  (Ancestry.com page 12 of 27), Dated 7 April.

60.  Marshall County Birth Records, Moundsville, Book 2, p. 205, Per Jeff Smith who looked up the records.

61.  Marshall County Birth Records, Moundsville, Book 8, p. 115, Per Jeff Smith who looked up the records.

62.  Marshall County Birth Records, Moundsville, Book 4, p. 94, Per Jeff Smith who looked up the records.

63.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  Page 382 & 383

64.  Marshall County Birth Records, Moundsville, Bk. 4, Page 99, Researched by Jeff Smith.

65.  Death Certificate, From the West Virginia  Culture & History website at http://tinyurl.com/237wkg

66.  Marshall County Birth Records, Moundsville, Book 5, Page 206 (or 9206), Researched by Jeff Smith.

67.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Page 32, Sheet 3A; page 5 of 18 at ancestry.com; Liberty District 84, Marshall County, West Virginia; Date of Census: 21 April 1910.

68.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Page 273, Sheet 3A; page 5 of 12 at ancestry.com; Franklin District 48, Marshall County, West Virginia; Date of Census: 8 January 1920.

69.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Moundsville, Marshall, WV; Roll 2543; Page 8B; Enumeration District 5; Image 188.0; page 16 of 43 at ancestry.com; Date of Census: 7 April 1930.

70.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T624_1699; Page 2A; Enumeration District 159; Image 1251; pg. 3 of 22 at ancestry.com; Date of Census: 19 & 20th April 1910.

71.  U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Proctor, Wetzel, West Virginia; Roll T625_1973; Page 3B; Enumeration District 150; Image 220; page 6 of 17 at ancestry.com; Date of Census: 19 January.

72.  U.S. Federal Government, 1930 census.

73.  Ohio Death Index, 1958-2000  at ancestry.com - Original source - Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002. Ohio Department of Health, State Vital Statistics Unit, Columbus, Ohio.

74.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14   Page 384.

75.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Page 244 , Sheet 14B  (Page 28 of 34 at ancestry.com)  District 31, Williamstown, Wood County, West Virginia  Date of Census:  11 April 1930.

76.  U.S. Federal 1910 Census, Page 281, Sheet 4B; Page 8 of 33 at ancestry.com; District 145, Williams, Wood County, West Virginia; Date of Census: 7 May 1910.

77.  Ohio Death Index 1958-2000 Vol. 16380, Certificate 92519

78.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14   Page 385.

79.  Tri-County Researcher - January 1990, Obituary; Page 1672.

80.  Tri-County Researcher - January 1990, Obituary for Aubra G. Huggins Eller  Page 1672.

81.  Death Certificate for Aubra Genevieve Huggins Eller Wetzel County Death Records Book E-G, pg. 6-c  Completed 30 October 1981.

82.  T. Vernon Anderson

83.  U.S. Federal 1930 census, Page 226 Sheet 4A  (Page 7 of 35 at ancestry.com)  District 18, Proctor, Wetzel County, West Virginia  Date of Census:  17-18 April 1930.

84.  Death Certificate for mother-in-law Aubra Genevieve Huggins Eller at the Wetzel County Death Records Book E-G, pg. 6-c  Completed 30 October 1981, Death Certificate informant was "daughter Lalah Northcraft."

85.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  Page 386.  First name was spelled EMORY

86.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  Page 386.

87.  Tri-County Researcher - July 1983, Page 860  "Obituaries"  Obituary for brother Lloyd Smith.

88.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14   Page 387.

89.  Obituary, The Times-Leader  Dated 3 February 2006; found at Ancestry.com Obituary pages

90.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  Page 388.

91.  Ohio death certificate information at ancestry.com -  Volume: 31473 Certificate: 021293.

92.  Charles E. Huggins, Huggins Families of Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia,  (1987 by Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore), Chapter 14  "Other Huggins Families"  Page 389.

93.  U.S. Federal 1930 Census, (Page 14 of 52 at ancestry.com), Roll 2543; Page 7B; Enumeration District 28; Image 781.0, Washington District, Marshall County, West Virginia; Date of Census: 8 April.

94.  West Virginia Division of Culture and History website, Marshall County Births page 34.

95.  West Virginia Division of Culture and History website, Marshall County Births, page 44-B.

96U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Akron Ward 5, Summit, Ohio; Roll: T625_1439; Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 185; Image: 554; (page 33 of 73 at ancestry.com); Date of Census: 13 January.

97.  Jobson personal Family Tree at Ancestry.com posted by beverlyblack35.  Her sources included various censuses & the Social Security Death Index.

98U.S. Federal 1930 census, West Haverstraw, Rockland, New York; Roll: 1640; Page: 22A; Enumeration District: 13; Image: 391.0; (page 43 of 57 at ancestry.com); Date of Census: 24 April.

99U.S. Federal 1930 census, Jefferson, Kanawha, West Virginia; Roll: 2538; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 66; Image: 641.0; (page 7 of 40 at ancestry.com); Date of Census: 4 April.

100. Family Tree listed at Ancestry.com's One World Tree - original source unknown.

101. U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Springhill, Greene, Pennsylvania; Roll: T625_1573; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 143; Image: 434; (page 8 of 22 at ancestry.com).

102.  Obituary of Florence Huggins Cramer.

103California Passenger and Crew Lists, 1893-1957 at ancestry.com

104California Death Index 1940-1997 at ancestry.com under surname FOUNTAINE.

105Wetzel County, West Virginia Records Marriages 1961-1970 (Wetzel Co. Genealogical Society), Page 31.

106.  West Virginia Division of Culture & History website.
107U.S. Federal 1920 Census, Mounsville Ward 2, Marshall, West Virginia; Roll T625_1953; Page 11B; Enumeration District 65; Image 430; (page 22 of 43 at ancestry.com); Date of Census: 9 January.
108.  Email from Jessie's nephew,  Jeff Smith, whose source was older brother Kenneth SmithKenneth's source was personal knowledge.
109California Death Index.
110.  Marriage License/Minister's Return of subsequent marriage.
111.  Marriage License/Miniser's Return.
112.  Akes and Spencer Family (Owner: RobertaIsley65) at ancestry.com at
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/643828/person/-1682495064 – Original source unknown.
113.  Obituary for mother Mary Elizabeth Minor Huggans.
114.  Obituary for father Calvin Huggans Sr.
115Nevada Marriage Index 1956-2005 at ancestry.com
116Dudley Family Tree (Owner:  mamariegs) at ancestry.com at
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1200287/person/-631793558 - Original source unknown.
117.  Obituary for brother Merl Francis Huggins Sr.
118.  Wetzel County Genealogical Society Newsletter Vol 29 No. 1 p.5, Wetzel County Delayed Births.  

 

 

 

 

 


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