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Jarrett B. Rose (#47740635)
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Bio Photo I live in Fairmont Wv... Enjoy Gardening, Antiques and Family History...actually started My family genealogy 30 yrs ago..thanks to sites like this it has become so much easier then 1983....
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RE: Rose Family
Hi Jarrett, I last visited Belle just a year before she died. She was the "Belle of the County". Her daughter Sarah was living with her also. They were both strong willed women and Sarah took me back and showed me their garden they put in and she was 86 years old then! I haven't been back to Harrison since. My mother-in-law was Mary Belle Carte Taylor, married Charles Taylor, also from Harrison. I went down there in the late 60's and then in the '70's, except for 3 years I lived in Colorado. Emery and Blanche Carte both died while we lived out there. Belle Bragg is my son's great-great-grandmother, and I was so glad he got to meet her.
Take care,
Added by BeVera on Apr 27, 2016 5:17 PM
RE: Wanda Lou Roller
Thanks for the obit. I have added it to her memorial.
Added by Peggy on Apr 18, 2016 3:23 PM
Father of William E. Metz
His father was Tapley G. Metz, not Mathias. I think the confusion is that there are two men with the name William E. Metz and both about the same age. William was my great-grandfather.
Added by sgs304 on Mar 02, 2016 11:04 PM
James Connolly
Perry Connolly
Birth: 1840
Death: 1916 [Edit Dates]

Shortly after the skirmish at Arnoldsburg on May 5,
there occurred one of the brother-against-brother
tragedies that haunted families for years after
the war.

Colonel Anas Ansal marched a company of Union Home Guards to Sutton shortly after the town was burned looking for bushwhackers loyal to the Southern cause. Part of the company was sent to Laurel Creek and the rest to Birch River.

Lieutenant James P. Conley(Connolly)was a member of the group and his brother,Perry Conley, was one of the guerrilla leaders. The guerrillas were located, and in a hand to
hand conflict, James killed his brother Perry.
Added by James Connolly on Oct 12, 2015 11:06 AM
Clyta Anderson
Enos Street Jarvis
Sorry it may be helpful for me to let you know where he is buried. He is at the Metheney Ridge Cemetery at Doughlas
Added by Clyta Anderson on Mar 09, 2015 7:07 PM
Clyta Anderson
Enos Street Jarvis
Mr Rose could you please transfer Enos Street to me he is my Great Grandmothers Brother. Thank you so much in advance......
Added by Clyta Anderson on Mar 09, 2015 7:05 PM
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Hi Jarrett.
They belong in your caring hands.
Best regards to you and all yours, Bud
Added by Bud on Feb 17, 2015 5:53 PM
Randy Fitzwater
Can you merge Delila & Czar together?
Added by Randy Fitzwater on Feb 15, 2015 12:23 PM
Clyta Anderson
King Graves
Thank you so much for the tranfer of the graves to me I was able to link my father to his parents and two of his sisters....Thank you so much
Added by Clyta Anderson on Dec 15, 2014 2:21 PM
James Connolly
Perry D, Connolly
I'm his great-grand-nephew, through his brother James P.. his probable killer.

I guess that would make us cousins
Added by James Connolly on Oct 05, 2014 9:20 AM
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