Turner’s Tidbits

This is a picture of a badge from the Loyal Order of Moose Hambleton, WV Lodge No 418. On the top part it reads:...

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This is a picture of a plate from The First United Methodist Church of Parsons. The Church on the Hill was built in 1892....

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This is a second art work of Lolita Collett Hilliard. It is a credit to her that her art work can still be found....

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This oil painting was the work of Lolita Ruth Collette Hilliard of Parsons. Lolita was the daughter of Maurie Jay and Hazel Ferguson Collette....

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This is a picture of roses painted on a tile. On the lower left corner of the rose stem is RGL. These initials stand...

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If you close your eyes and take a mental trip back in time to Blackwater Falls, you will recall that just past the Davis...

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These pictures are of the front and the end of a shuttle. The tips on both ends are covered with metal. This particular...

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This is a photo of Otmer Adelbert Riley. He was born to a prominent family of Ripley, WV; being the son of W.W. and...

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This is a photo of a political watch fob. It advertises the November 1904 presidential campaign of Alton B. Parker, New York and his...

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This is a photo of Anderson Wolford from the Flanagan Hill Area of the County. Anderson was the son of John T and Susanna...

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The house in this picture may not be familiar to many folks in Tucker County. However, the chimney in the house is very familiar...

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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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This is a photo of Elmer Ellsworth Snyder (1867-1940). He was the third child of Captain Sampson and Elizabeth Bonner Snyder. Elmer was one...

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This is a photo of the first grade class at Bretz School for May 23, 1945. The Bretz School is the white building on...

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This is a photo of some of our public servants from 1985. (L to R) Hank Thompson, Bonnie Hissam, Gary Lipscomb, Carol Irons, and...

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This is a photo of Charles and Nora Merrill Nichols and their family. The family lived on Brown Street in Thomas, just at the...

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This photo reminds me of times when entire families would travel home to spend time together. There would be times of eating in shifts...

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This is a photo of Benjamin “Ben” and Barbra “Dorothy” Mayor Thompson former residents of Canaan Valley. Dorothy was born in a mining community...

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This is a photo of a group of men working on the rails in the Pierce/Benbush Area. They are unidentified. They appear to be...

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This is a section of a photo of Pierce. According to records, Pierce was a coal town and was known as an Italian Town....