Coyotes

The coyote is one animal that continues to intrigue me since it’s taken up residence in West Virginia.  The eastern US is one of...

Turner’s Tidbits

This photo was sent in for some information. The home is believed to be in Parsons. It is also believed to have been occupied...

Momma Said

By Teri Cayton The Parsons Advocate Well so far all the repairs from last week have held and I have no leaks, Hooray.  I am now...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a photo of Asa Pennington (1912-1996). He was the son of Martin VanBuren and Amelia Wolford Pennington. He was married to Grace...

Snakes of WV

The heat and humidity of summertime is an active period for biting insects and slithering reptiles. Snakes are an often talked about reptile in...

Turner’s Tidbits

Raymond Franklin Summerfield the son of Benjamin Franklin and Jemima Jane Likens Summerfield. Benjamin his father was kill by a tree falling on him...

Momma Said

Well I am taking on my newest challenge of trying to raise five baby rabbits.  My neighbors got their kids two bunnies and were...

Momma Said

When it comes to service personnel (waitresses, cashiers, etc) have the words Thank you and, You are welcome been stricken from their vocabulary? In...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is a photo of three unknown men. They could be Roys or Summerfields. Hope everyone had a great time with family and friends...

Momma Said

Happy Birthday America!! The year is officially half over and all we have had is rain. I miss good ole summertime when things started...

This week’s photo is of Simon White and Charlotte Lawrence. Simon is buried at the Smith Cemetery in Randolph County. He died March 6,...

Black Bears in WV

The big black bruins that roam the hills and hollows of West Virginia have come a long ways since the late 1970’s and early...

Turner’s Tidbits

This is an unknown couple. It is thought to be either from the Summerfield or Roy Families. If you can help with the identities...

West Virginia Day

On June 20, 1863 West Virginia became the 35th state admitted to the Union. The land was rugged and huge virgin timber towered over...

Momma Said

It is already coming upon the longest day of the year.  It is hard to believe the days will already start getting shorter.  All we have...

Turner’s Tidbits

In honor of  West Virginia Day, June 20, 1863, I submit this photo depicting a visit to Harman High School by Senator & Mrs. Robert...

Momma Said

I am going to my first ever Renaissance Festival this coming weekend and I am getting excited.  A couple in Lewisburg have over 300 hundred...

Turner’s Tidbits

This week's photo is of Mordicai (1855-1920) and Lucy White (1861-1950) Summerfield. He was a postmaster at Job before moving to Pleasant Run in...

Timing is Everything

When it comes to the outdoors, perfect timing means everything. It doesn’t matter what time of the year it is everything has it’s time...

Momma Said

Memorial Day has come and gone, and I must say it seems as if the meaning of the day has begun to resemble what...

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