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Carrie Wade Piles Boone
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Birth: Mar. 21, 1880
Inkerman
Hardy County
West Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 22, 1966
Winchester
Frederick County
Virginia, USA

Daughter of Rector PILES/Pyles, and Maria Ellen Saville.

(Husband) Joseph McNelion "Mack" Boone.

Carrie Wade Piles married Joseph Mc Nelion "Mack" Boone, on November 9th, 1897, in Moorefield, Hardy County, West Virginia., at Carrie's parents house (Rector and Maria Ellen Piles).

(Source): West Virginia Marriage Records.

Date: 9 Nov 1897
Place: Hardy, West Virginia
Bride Groom
Name: Carrie W Piles Joseph M Boone
Birth Date:
Birth Place:
Age at Marriage: 17y 21y
Marital Status
Prior to Marriage:
Grooms Father: Jasper Boone
Grooms Mother: Sarah
Brides Father: Reeter Piles
Brides Mother: Ellen

(NOTED): The Marriage Registry Book says (Rector Piles) not Reeter Piles. The Recorder read it wrong.

(Children): 8

~ Marshall William Boone (1899-1960).
~ Marvin Dailey Boone Sr., (1902-1969).
~ Bertha Mae (Boone) Snapp, (1906-1968).
~ No-named Baby Girl Boone, (1910-1910).
~ No-named Baby Boy Boone, (1911-1911).
~ Cecil Elwood Boone, (1913-1987).
~ Nelson Leo Boone, (1920-2006).
~ Elmer Asbury Boone, (1922-1996).

(Siblings): 13

~ Daniel Piles,
(1853-Between 1853/1860).
~ John William Piles,
(1854/55-1926).
~ Virginia Margaret (Piles) Bean,
(1856/57-1912).
~ Nancy Piles,
(1860-1860).
~ Delilah Piles,
(1861-1864) during the "Civil War."
~ Sarah Ann (Piles) Baylis, Maybe a (Twin)
(1864/65-Between 1888/1903).
~ Anna "Annie" Catherine (Piles) Liller,
(1864/65-1909).
~ Benjamin Franklin Piles,
(1866-1866).
~ Lorena Ellen (Piles) Snoeberger,
(1867-1907).
~ Mary Malissa "Molly" (Piles) Poland,
(1869-1945).
~ Francelia Belle (Piles) Bean,
(1871-1941).
~ No-Named Baby Boy Piles,
(1875-1875) - said he was "stillborn."
~ Nora(h) Limon Piles,
(1878/79-1892).
~ CARRIE Wade (Piles) Boone,
(1880-1966).

(Census Records for Carrie Wade PILES):

(1880 Census): Under her father, Rector Piles.

(Head) Rector Piles 48 1832 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Maria E. Piles 43 1837 W.Va.
(Dau) Sarah A. Piles 15 1865 W.Va.
(Dau) Lorena E. Piles 12 1868 W.Va.
(Dau) Mary M. Piles 10 1870 W.Va.
(Dau) Francelia Piles 8 1872 W.Va.
(Dau) Nora L. Piles 2 1878 W.Va.
(Dau) Carrie W. Piles 2mths 1880 W.Va.

Living in: Capon, Hardy Co, West Virginia.

(Noted): Maria's widowed father, Isaac Saville (76), is living a few houses away with Maria's sister Emily, and Emily's husband, Jefferson Hines and their family. And, Rector and Maria's eldest son, John William Piles and his wife Susan, are also living a few houses away from Rector and Maria Piles.

(1890) Census were destroyed by a fire.

(Noted): Carrie Wade Piles married Joseph Mc Nelion "Mack" Boone, on November 9th, 1897, in Moorefield, Hardy County, West Virginia., at Carrie's parents house (Rector and Maria Ellen Piles).

(1900 Census): Under Carrie's father, Rector Piles.

(Head) Rector Piles 67 Dec/1832 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Mariah Piles 64 March/1836 W.Va.
(Dau) Carrie W Boone 20 March/1880 W.Va.
(Grandson) Marshal W Boone 1 May/1899 W.Va.
(Son-in-law) Joseph M Boone 23 Sept/1876 W.Va.

Living in: Snyder Store, Hardy, West Virginia

(Noted): Census stated that Rector and Mariah Piles were married around (1852); and that they had (13) children, but that only (6) were still living. And, it stated that Carrie and Joseph Boone were married around (1898); and that they only had (1) child, which was still living. Plus, it also stated Rector's Occupation as a (Farmer); and Joseph Boone's Occupation as a (Farm Laborer). Plus, also living at the same "Snyder Store Apartments," were some of Rector and Mariah's other adult children: (Son) John W. Piles and wife Susan, and their family; (Daughter) Margaret and Jeremiah Bean, and their family; (Daughter) Lorena and Charles Snoeberger, and their family. So I bet that was fun living around all their family, especially during the holidays... :)

(1910 Census): Under J. Mack Boone.

(Head) J Mack Boone 34 1876 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Cary Boone 28 1882 W.Va.
(Son) Marshall Boone 10 1900 W.Va.
(Son) Marvin Boone 7 1903 W.Va.
(Daughter) Bertha Boone 4 1906 W.Va.

Living in: Capon, Hardy County, West Virginia.

(Noted): Census stated that Joseph and Carrie were married for about (12) years; and had (4) children, but that only (3) were still living. So, this means that they just lost their "No-named" infant baby girl child (that was born in 1910, and died in 1910).

(1920 Census): Under J. M. Boone.

(Head) J M Boone 44 1876 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Carrie Boone 40 1880 W.Va.
(Son) Marshal Boone 21 1899 W.Va. Farm
(Son) Marvin Boone 18 1902 W.Va. Farm
(Daughter) Bertha Boone 13 1907 W.Va.
(Son) Cecil Boone 6 1914 Va.

Living in: Shawnee, Frederick, Virginia

(Noted): Census listed them living on Street: Cedar Creek Grade (which is also where my mother's Newlin and Snapp families also lived). The Census also listed Marshal's Occupation as a (Farm Laborer); and Marvin's Occupation as a (Farm Laborer), too.

(1930 Census): Under Joseph M. Boone.

(Head) Joseph M Boone 53 1877 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Carrie W Boone 50 1880 W.Va.
(Son) Cecil E Boone 16 1914 Va.
(Son) Nelson L Boone 9 1921 Va.
(Son) Elmer A Boone 7 1923 Va.

Living in: Stonewall, Frederick, Virginia

(1940 Census): Under

(Head) Joseph M Boone 63 1877 W.Va. Farmer
(Wife) Carrie W Boone 60 1880 W.Va.
(Son) Nelson L Boone 19 1921 Va. Farm
(Son) Elmer A Boone 17 1923 Va. Farm
(Grandson) Melvin Boone 11 1929 Va.

Living in: Davis, Shenandoah, Virginia

(Noted): Census said they lived on Street: 628, of Rural Frederick County; and it stated Nelson and Elmer's Occupation as (Farm Laborers).

(Occupation): Housewife.

(Also Noted) Due to a freak accident "while hanging up
laundry during the wintertime." Carrie slipped on some ice, and had injured her left leg; (causing infection to sit in), and sadly had to have her leg partly removed. My Great Aunt Dorothy Ann (Dot) said Carrie was probably in her mid-to-late "70's," when she lost her leg. And, that Carrie's almost legally blind husband, Joseph McNelion "Mack" Boone (who had lost the vision in his left eye, due to falling into a tree branch, while out hunting); and he was losing his sight in his other eye, so he didn't see Carrie laying on the ground "for hours," until it was too late and infection had set in. The family said poor Joseph felt so guilty for not being able to help her, that he fell into a deep depression and passed away before she did.

(Carrie Wade (Piles) Boone's Obituary):

Heading: Mrs. Joseph Boone

Mrs. Carrie Wade Piles Boone, 86, died at the home of her daughter, Bertha Snapp. Mrs. Boone was born in Inkerman, W.Va., on March 21st, 1880, the daughter of the late Rector and Ellen Saville Piles. She married Joseph M. Boone on Nov. 9th, 1897, in Moorefield, W.Va. She was a member of the Second Opequon Presbyterian Church. She is survived by the following children: Cecil Boone of Nain, Va; Marvin Boone of Winchester, Va; Nelson Boone of Nain, Va; Elmer Boone of Hamdon, Connecticut; and Mrs. Snapp of Grace Street (in Winchester, Va); 30 grandchildren; 44 great-
grandchildren; and 8 great-great-grandchildren. A son,
Marshall Boone preceded her in death. Her Funeral Viewing Services were through Jones Funeral Home in Winchester, Va., and she's buried beside her late husband Joseph "Mack" Boone, at the Mount Hebron Cemetery, also located in Winchester, Va.

(Here is some more PILES Family information):

Carrie's (Father) Rector Piles, was born on December 8, 1832, in Oldtown, Maryland, the son of Nancy PILES, said to be the daughter of either Zachariah Piles Sr., and Hannah Mitchel., "or" John H. Piles, Sr., and Susan Elizabeth Ruckman. Rector's father is still unknown. But, prior to his mother (Nancy Piles) death, she warded guardianship of her orphaned children, (which mentioned her son, Rector Piles), to be warded to Reason/Rezin Haines and Josiah Constable, before her untimely death in (1849), in Hampshire Co, W.Va. And, under the "Guardianship Court Papers," it said Nancy Pile's ORPHANS, so it's believed that Rector Piles may have had a sibling or two as well.
Carrie's father, Rector PILES/Pyles, was also a Confederate Army Soldier, during the "Civil War" (1861-1865). See his military records (below). Rector Piles died on May 6, 1907, in Kirby, Hampshire County, West Virginia.

Carrie's (Mother) Maria Ellen Saville, was born on March 21st, 1836, in Hampshire Co, West Virginia, the daughter of Isaac Saville and Delilah Asbury. Maria died on February 5th, 1907, in Kirby, Hampshire Co, West Virginia.

(Children of Rector & Maria PILES):
~ Daniel Piles.
~ John William Piles.
~ Virginia Margaret (Piles) Bean.
~ Nancy Piles.
~ Delilah Piles.
~ Sarah Ann (Piles) Baylis.
~ Anna Catherine (Piles) Liller.
~ Benjamin Franklin Piles.
~ Lorena Ellen (Piles) Snoeberger.
~ Mary Malissa "Molly" (Piles) Poland.
~ Francelia Belle (Piles) Bean.
~ No-Named Baby Boy Piles.
~ Nora Limon Piles.
~ CARRIE Wade (Piles) Boone.

(Also Noted): Rector and Maria's other children's Memorial's can be found under the following:

Virginia Margaret (Piles) Bean
Memorial # 19036514;

Benjamin F. Piles
Memorial # 95815773;

Lorena E. (Piles) Snoeberger
Memorial # 39746995;

Mary "Molly" Malissa (Piles) Poland
Memorial # 25778707;

Nora L. Piles
Memorial # 90001633

(Also other linked Memorials to Rector Piles):

Reason "Reazin" Haines
Memorial # 32485811
(who was warded guardianship over Rector Piles, after the death of Rector's mother (Nancy Piles).

John "Jefferson" Haines
Memorial # 139810573
(whom Rector Piles lived with in "1850").

(Information on Rector Piles/Pyles Military Records):

Rector Piles joined the Civil War "Confederacy," on July 14,1861, where he would serve in 3 different units; and was later discharged on April 26th, 1865 at (32); in Cumberland Co, Maryland.

Soldier: Rector Piles, Age: 29.
Signed up: July 14th, 1861.
Enlisted for duty: August 20th, 1862.
Side Served: Confederacy.
State Served: Virginia.
Unit Numbers: 823
Title: Private

(1st Unit/Company Regiment that Rector served in):
62nd Virginia "Mounted Infantry Regiment," Co. G.

(Muster Roll):
Private Rector Piles.
Co. G, 62nd Virginia Mounted Infantry Regiment
Dated: September 6th, 1862.
Enlisted: August 20th, 1862.
Where: Romney, Hampshire Co, Va.
By Whom: A. Monroe.
Period: For the war.
Marked: Present.

(Noted): I did some research on the "Civil War," and learned that the "Mounted Infantry Civil War Soldiers," could only weigh up to 150 pounds, due to the fact that the horse could only carry up to 200 pounds; and the soldiers supplies and gun, etc., were at least 50 pounds worth. Plus, it also said that men signing up for the "Civil War," having their own horse, were enlisted into the "Mounted Infantry Regiment." And, in case of the loss of their horse or horses, during battle, "if" the soldier survived the war, he was reimbursed for any loss of his horse(s), and any mare and any of the mare's colts.

(2nd Unit/Company Regiment that Rector served in):
18th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Co. K.

(Muster Roll):
Private Rector Piles.
Co. K, 18th Regiment Virginia Cavalry.
Dated: January & February 1863.
Last paid by whom: Captain Shumate.
Last pay date: December 31st, 1862.
Marked: Present.

(3rd Unit/Company Regiment that Rector served in):
114th Virginia Militia Regiment, Co. B.

(Muster Roll):
Private Rector Piles.
Co. B, 114th Regiment Virginia Militia.
Dated: July 4th, 1863.
Where: Romney, Hampshire Co, Va.
By Whom: A. Monroe.
Last paid by whom: John Glaize.
Last pay date: December 31st, 1863.
Marked: Absent without leave from Dec. 6th to Dec. 8th, and from Dec. 27th to Dec. 29th. Later present on Company Muster Rolls...

(Noted): I'm "assuming" that Rector Piles transferred over to the 114th Virginia Militia Regiment, Co. B., because Reason "Reazin" Haines also served in that same unit/company, too.

(Noted): Private, Rector PILES/Pyles, then returns back to the 2nd Unit/Company Regiment: 18th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Co. K., (under his relative, Captain. John H. Piles) during the remainder of the war.

(Muster Roll):
Private Rector Piles.
Co. K, 18th Regiment Virginia Cavalry.
Dated: For January & February 1863,
dated on March 1st, 1863.
Enlisted: December 1st, 1863.
Where: Hampshire Co, Va.
By Whom: A. Monroe.
Last paid by whom: Captain Shumate.
Last pay date: December 31, 1862.

(Muster Roll):
Private Rector Piles.
Co. K, 18th Regiment Virginia Cavalry.
Dated: For August 30th, to October 31st,
1864, dated October 31, 1864.
Enlisted: August 20th, 1862.
Where: Hampshire Co, Va.
By whom: Captain John H. Piles.
Period: War.
Marked: Present.

(Muster Roll):
Private Rector Pyle, V. aka Rector Piles.
Co. K, 18th Regiment Virginia Cavalry.
(Noted) List of prisoners of war paroled
April 21st to April 30th, 1865, at various
places in West Virginia and Maryland.
Dated: April 26th, 1865.
By whom given: "Major Provost Marshall"
N. A. Myers.
Where given: Cumberland, Maryland.
Card inclosure marked: Pris. of War.

(Noted) In the 18th Regiment Virginia Cavalry, Rector PILES/Pyles served under Captain, John H. PILES; "most likely a relative." (Also Noted) Rector also served "side by side," his brother-in-law, Peter Asbury Saville.

(Prisoner of War Record's Descripton):
Location: Cumberland, Maryland.
Dated: April 26th, 1865.
Soldier: Private Rector Pyle aka (Piel), of the 18th Virginia Cavalry, Company K.
Age: 32 Height: 6' Complexion: Light
Hair: Light, Eyes: Blue, Residence: Hampshire, Co, Va/W.Va.
Signed by whom: "Major Provost Marshall" - N. A. Myers.

(Noted): And the 18th Virginia Cavalry Book has:
Soldier: Piles, Rector - Pvt., Co. K. (b) 1833 ?
Enlisted: August 20th, 1862, in Hampshire Co,
W.Va. Present as of March 1st, 1863 and
October 31st, 1864. Paroled April 26th, 1865
at Cumberland, Maryland. Light complexion,
light hair, blue eyes, 6'. Buried at Rock Oak
Cemetery, in Hardy Co, W.Va.

(Also Noted) Also listed in the same book is: Private, John H. Piles, Co. B., (b) August 15th, 1837. Enlisted: October 13th, 1862, in Hampshire Co, W.Va. AWOL as of March 1st, 1863. He claimed $ 3,000., for a bay mare "KIA" (Killed In Action) in Winchester, Va., dated September 5th, 1864. He (d) Dec. 5th, 1910. Buried at Mount Zion Cemetery near Augusta, W.Va. Also listed in the same book is: Captain. John H. Piles, Co. K., [the same one that Rector Piles served in], (b) Aug. 27th, 1832. Enlisted: October 20th, 1862 in Hampshire Co, W.Va. Appointed 1st Lt., on December 3rd, 1862. Present as of March 1st, 1863 and October 31st, 1864. Resigned on January 26th, 1865, (no reason stated).

(My Noted Comments): Is the Private, John H. Piles born on August 15th, 1837 (the same John Piles who was 13, <1837> under the same <1850> Census, (who was living with a Joseph Haines, just a few houses away from John "Jefferson" Haines (whom my Great-Great-Great-Grandfather Rector Piles was living with), a few houses away from a Reason "Reazin" Haines [who was warded guardianship over Rector Piles, prior to his mother, Nancy Piles' death in (1849)], all living in Hampshire Co, Va., be the younger brother, to my Great-Great-Great-Grandfather, Rector Piles? Because, on the "Guardianship" paperwork regarding "Nancy Piles" warding "Guardianship" to both Reason "Reazin" Haines, and Josiah Constable, prior to Nancy Piles' death, it mentions "ORPHANS" of Nancy Piles. So this makes me believe that Rector Piles had another sibling, and this makes me think that (John Piles) born in <1837> who also stayed with the Haines family under the (1850 U.S. Census) has to be related to my Rector Piles, somehow, if not his younger brother... And, I'm sure that, Captain. John H. Piles, (b) August 27th, 1832, was also related to Rector Piles, too, and was probably a cousin. Because it would make sense for Rector Piles to want to serve in the same unit/company (18th Virginia Regiment) under the watchful eye of his relative, Captain. John H. Piles, so that John H. Piles could help keep an eye out for his cousins, by having both Rector Piles, and John Piles, in his unit.

(Book Source): 18th Virginia Cavalry, 2nd Edition, by Roger U. Delauter, Jr. - page 84.

(Noted: The 62nd Virginia Infantry Book has):

Soldier: Private, Rector Piles, 1st Co. G., (b) 1833 ? Enlisted: August 20th, 1862, in Hampshire Co, W.Va. Present as of September 6th, 1862. Transferred to Co. K, 18th Virginia Cav. Paroled: April 26th, 1865, at Cumberland, Md., Light complexion, light hair, blue eyes, 6'. He is buried at Rock Oak Cemetery, in Hardy Co, West Virginia. Also listed is: John H. Piles, 1st Lt., Co. O., Appointed 1st Lt., December 3rd, 1862. Transferred as Captain to Co. K, 18th Virginia Cavalry. Resigned on January
26th, 1865. No further record.

(Book Source): 62nd Virginia Infantry, 1st Edition, by Roger U. Delauter, Jr. - page 96.

(Other Civil War Sources) by: Terry Lowry, the Assistant Librarian - with the West Virginia Division Of Culture & History: The Cultural Center, 1900 Kanawha Blvd., E., Charleston, W.V. 25305-0300. My mother and I wrote to (Terry Lowry) back in either (2005 or 2006), requesting Rector Piles' military records, so he sent us a copy of Rector Piles' Military Muster Rolls.

Compiled by: Rebecca Sue ECKARD Wilson

(Sources): My Grandma Katherine "Lucille" Snapp, and cousins, Renee Martin, Elmo and Mary Poland, Stephen Sayko, Byron Schulten, Roger Saville, and Ruth (Wilson) Lowell.

(Other family facts): My Grandma Katherine "Lucille" (Snapp) Newlin-Crego, and my Mother (Sandra Fay NEWLIN Brooks-Wilson) told me that my Great-Grandma Carrie enjoyed crocheting and making "Dollies," as well as doing Embroidery and making homemade handkerchiefs, too. And, that my Great-Grandma Carrie also loved to talk and laugh a lot, too... So maybe that's where I got my talkative gene from. "Hee-Hee."
 
 
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 Parents:
  Rector Piles (1832 - 1907)
  Maria Ellen Saville Piles (1836 - 1907)
 
 Spouse:
  Joseph McNelion Boone (1876 - 1956)
 
 Children:
  Marshall William Boone (1899 - 1960)*
  Marvin Dailey Boone (1902 - 1969)*
  Bertha Mae Boone Snapp (1906 - 1968)*
  Infant Baby Girl Boone (1910 - 1910)*
  Infant Baby Boy Boone (1911 - 1911)*
  Cecil Elwood Boone (1913 - 1987)*
  Nelson Leo Boone (1920 - 2006)*
  Elmer Asbury Boone (1922 - 1996)*
 
 Siblings:
  John Wm. Pyles (1854 - 1926)*
  Virginia Margaret Piles Bean (1856 - 1912)*
  Annie Catherine Piles (1863 - 1909)*
  Benjamin Franklin Piles (1866 - 1866)*
  Lorena Ellen Piles Snoeberger (1867 - 1907)*
  Mary Molly Piles Poland (1869 - 1945)*
  Francelia Belle Piles Bean (1871 - 1941)*
  Nora(h) Limon Piles (1879 - 1892)*
  Carrie Wade Piles Boone (1880 - 1966)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Mount Hebron Cemetery
Winchester
Winchester City
Virginia, USA
 
Created by: Rebecca ECKARD Wilson
Record added: Apr 02, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35439737
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In memory of my cousin.
- Ruth (Wilson) Lowell
 Added: May. 21, 2013
Great-Great-Grandma Carrie,May you "Rest in peace."Love your granddaughter,Rebecca Wilson(Daughter of Sandra)(Granddaughter of Katherine)(Great-Granddaughter of Bertha)
- Rebecca ECKARD Wilson
 Added: Apr. 2, 2009
 
 
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