Turner’s Tidbits

Last week's photo was of William A. Knotts (1856-1933) and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Canan Knotts (1872-1937), daughter of Martin Van Buren Canan. William and...

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Last week's photo was of Harry and Iva Cosner Hinkle. Harry was the son of Charlie and Mary Bennett  Hinkle. At one time, Charlie had...

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Last week's photo was of The Mountain View Hotel in Thomas. The hotel opened in 1903 on Spruce Street. In 1906 the proprietor, J. B....

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Last week's photo is of Raymon and Dolly Godwin Summerfield. Raymon's parents were Ben and Jemmimah Summerfield. Dolly's parents were Joseph and Ina Pearl...

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This week's photo is of a young couple and could be related to the Summerfields. Last week's photo was of Iva Dolly Godwin Summerfield (1925-2006)...

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This week's photo is someone possible related to R. F. Summerfield. Last week's photo was of Percy James "Bud" and Ruth Mae Bonner Filler. They...

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The lady from the November 20th edition is Virginia Shoemaker Dilly. Virginia was married to Frank Dilly I. Frank had moved here and worked at...

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Last week's photo of the lady will be addressed in the next article. This photo is of the Thomas Depot. The original Depot was...

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This week’s photo is of an unidentified lady. She could be related to the Dilly or Dye Families. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I would...

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This is a repeat photo with some more information. The man on the left is Chester Bennett he was married to Londa White Bennett. They...

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Thornton F. Hebb (1821-1911). Married Catherine Sanders in 1842. Catherine died in 1853 and Thornton then married Mary Ann Lipscomb. Thornton had a farm...

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This week's photo is of the demolition of the Engine House from the rail yard of the Western Maryland in Thomas. Last week's photo of...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 25, 2017

This week’s photo was found in some books donated to the library. It is believed that a Wilson Family donated the books. ETTA MAE HEBB...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 18, 2017

This week's photo is of Etta Mae Hebb Propst. Last week's photo was of Myrtle Baker Delaney Dye. The photo was taken when Myrtle was...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 11, 2017

This week's photo is of an unknown lady could be related to Myrtle Dye or Dilley's. The photo of the five children have gone unknown;...

Turner’s Tidbits – October 4, 2017

These children are unknown but they could be the children of Alice Shoemaker?? Perhaps a reader can identify them. Last week's photo of the young...

Turner’s Tidbits – September 27, 2017

This photo of the young lady is either from Myrtle Dye's Family or Mrs. Dilly's Family. I am hoping a reader can help with...

Turners Tidbits – September 20, 2017

This is a picture of students from a school in Tucker County. The only one that may be identified is on the third row...

Turner’s Tidbits – September 13, 2017

This photo is of Kathryn (Katie)  Kelley Little's parents: William A. Kelley and Millie Ethel Cross Kelley. The Kelley's lived at Evenwood  before coming to Parsons.  Evenwood...

Turner’s Tidbits – September 6, 2017

This picture is of the #39 mine tipple at Pierce. Notice the man doing a balancing act on the pole. This mine was owned...