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History of West Virginia, old and new, in one volume, and West Virginia biography, in two additional volumes (Volume v.2)

History of West Virginia, old and new, in one volume, and West Virginia biography, in two additional volumes (Volume v.2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of West Virginia, old and new, in one volume, and West Virginia biography, in two additional volumes (Volume v.2)

History of West Virginia, old and new, in one volume, and West Virginia biography, in two additional volumes (Volume v.2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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Henry His descendant : 6. Thomas de Whyte, was assessed in Martock in 1333 , 7. Kobertus White, mentioned as


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ried Alwilda Ramson, daughter of William and Mar (De Fore) Eamson. She was born in Jackson County, Wes Virginia, December


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reaching back to pre-Colonial dayi Mary De Fore was of Hugenot descent, the founders of th family in America having


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married a Spanish lady. Miss Beatrice De Medicis. Robert H. Renshaw, father of the Huntington lawyer, was born at Bristol,


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He married in Preston County Nancy De-Berry. Her father, Archibald Dc Berry, of French ancestry, was the first to establish


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who was the wife of Joseph De Berry and died when about ninety Joseph Herring, father of Mrs. Spiker, was


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He married Lucinda De Hart, a daughter of James, the emigrant, and Ellen (D'ennis) De Hart and


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V. Dr. Amos de Russia Wood (1869- ), the son of iich.ird J. and Judith Anne (Shortt)


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of Monongalia County, daughter of James A. and Mary (Stansbury) De Vault Mr. and Mrs. Schafer arc the parents of


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Mr. De Van. one of the popular citizens of Charleston, and present exalted ruler of


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1863, a son of John and Rachel (Bunner) De Moss. His .early education was obtained in the district schools,


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of John and father of Amos L. De Moss, was born in Taylor County, West Virginia, in 1822, and died


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his fellow citizens at Morgantown, Mr De Moss is as popular as he is efficient, ana well deserves th( respect


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Pres ton County, West Virginia. Mrs. De Moss passed away oi August 16, 1916, leaving two children: Bertha Lee ant


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generations later his lineal descendant, John De Moss, removed from the old homestead to what is now Taylor County, West


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America by the great-greatgrandfather of Mr. De Moss, who accompanied General de Lafayette when he came to the assistance of


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Mr. Mc Dermott married Miss Angela De Lisle, and thi have four children: Susan Marie, Bernard Joseph, Loii Leo and


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Vincent de Paul's Charitable Organization and is president of the Particular Council of this body.


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of Dr. Robbins and Miss Ruth E. De Hart, who was born and reared in Virginia. Of the five children


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Vida i the widow of David F. De Hart, Etta is the wife of A. C Mc Clung, and Josie


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March 26, 1566, son of Theodore Remind and Nancy (Van Wye) De Forest. His father was a native of Sharon,


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Warren, Ohio, a son of Isaac De Forest The name De Forest is of French origin. One branch of the


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the City of Sharon, Pennsylvania. Theodore R. De Forest was a mining engineer by training and profession. Going over the


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William C. De Forest spent the first sixteen years of his life at Warren, Ohio,


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united in marriage with Miss Vera de Vera Oneal, of Buckhannon, West Virginia, a native of Barbour County. The Doctor


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Hiram De Witt Huffman is the youngest in a family of four children, his brother


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Edgar N. De..ri)ORFF. One of the well ordered and thoroughly modern establishments contributing to the


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many distinguished visitors, ineludiiif Gen. George Washington, Marquis de La Fayette and Henij Clay. Joseph Entler married a Miss Richard.


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Will Lim H., D. Gold, Edward De Moss, Bessie L., )ert P.. Harry W. and Lawrence Porter.


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of Mr. Ross and Miss Edith J. De Long, of Blancha Center County, Pennsylvania, and of the eight children this


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I rst wife, Catherine De Berry, was born April 8, 1818, 1 ied March 18, 1857. Her children


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1893, Ida May, wife of Sam De Witt and a resident of Manheim, West Virginia, John D., an employe of


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lives at Oaklanq Maryland, married Ruth De Berry, and their children ai


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B. Taylor. Amos Dodge married Rachel De Long.


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Philadelphia, Edward Parks married Mile. Elise de Loupt, who was born in France. Alexander Parks, Sr., was well educated and


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(individually mentioned on other pages), Elise de Loupt, Hester Gray, Sarah Rennie and Alexander B. Mr. Parks is a past