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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Turner’s Tidbits 1.18.17

This is a picture of Aaron and Melvina Cooper Rohrbaugh and their three daughters.The daughters are Orpha-youngest, Rose Ann-middle, and Sarah-oldest; the girls are...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a photo of  Mary King Scott.  She was the daughter of Enoch Grant and Lucretia Stalnaker King. Mary had other siblings: brothers:...

Turner’s Tidbits – March 15, 2017

I am going to change things up a little. I have been given several pictures that are not identified and so I am going...

Tannery in Parsons

  This is a photo of the Tannery in Parsons. Note the smoke stack which still stands today. According to records, the Tannery was built...
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Turner’s Tidbits

This is a picture taken on Christmas Day 1963.The lady is Texie Alice Pennington Turner; she was the daughter of Henry “Hen” and Virginia...

Catholic Church in Davis

This is a photo of the Catholic Church in Davis. The Saint Veronica’s Catholic Church was closed due to declining attendance and combined with...

Turner’s Tidbits 2.8.17

This is a great view of the Pulp and Paper Mill of Parsons.  Construction began in 1900 and was finished in 1902. The City...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a feature called Dots and Dashes by Readem N. Weep from the March 24, 1938 Advocate. Highlights from the article include: Davis...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a hospital statement from a Dr. S. M. Lilienfeld of Parsons. His office hours were 10 am to 1 pm daily except...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a photo of the Keystone Company’s Kindling-Wood Factory from Hambleton, WV Dated March 1910. The plant was built in 1901 and was...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a picture of some folks dressed up to go belsnickling.  This was thought to be a German Custom carried out after Christmas...

Turner’s Tidbits

 This is a post card sent in 1908 and the postage was one cent.Cards like this are interesting to me and it is fun...

Turner’s Tidbits – February 22nd, 2017

This is a sign above the street in Davis welcoming  folks to town. On the right of the picture is City Hall. The picture...

Third grade at Thomas Elementary 1949-50

This is a photo of the third grade at Thomas Elementary 1949-50. top row: Miss Solena Massi, Frank Perkins, Bonnie White, Allen Moravia, Sharon...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a copy of a report card that some folks may remember. These cards were used in first through eighth grade. The cards...

Turner’s Tidbits

Turner’s Tidbits

Western Maryland Eastbound Train. The number on the engine is 812. The photo was taken west of Hambleton about 1950. The water tower is on the

Western Maryland Eastbound Train

This is a photo of a Western Maryland Eastbound Train. The number on the engine is 812. The photo was taken west of Hambleton...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a photo of a Columbus (1824-1878) and Mary Susan Flanagan (1835-1911) Wolford. Mary was the daughter of William Flanagan. Columbus was the...
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