Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan268 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings

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Jennings Welding Bever

Notes from "Only in Memory, Crupperneck, West Virginia: Recollections of Rural America" by Erma Stults copyright 1998. Erma Stults, 3114 Monarch Drive, Murfreesboro, TN 37129:

In addition to farming, Jennings worked for the Department of Public Assistance. Under a work program, he helped build the Curtin bridge. He later worked for the Cherry River Boom and Lumber Company. His highest wages were $1.25 per hour.
Although he had only a fifth grade education, Jennings had a keen thirst for knowledge, especially history. He read constantly from newspapers, bible commentaries, and history books.
Jennings and Frances joined the Chestnut Flat United Methodist Church in 1928. Throughout his life he worked tirelessly to help maintain and keep this church functioning. In 1967 he took the prescribed courses and was made a Lay Speaker by the Methodist District Conference, a position he held for five or six years. Jennings also loved to sing. At one point, he, Coleman Bever, Alma Bever and Clara Reinhold had a quartet and sang in various churches. He also worked to help establish the Russell Cemetery.

Services were held February 25, 1972 at Chestnut Flat United Methodist Church, Crupperneck, WV with Rev. Romie Edgell and Rev. Calvin McCutcheon officiating.


Simons and Coleman Funeral Home Record: Jennings Welding Bever Residence: Crupperneck Rd., Craigsville, WV Date of Birth: 9-4-1909 Date of Death: Wed, Feb. 23, 1972 Age: 62 Birthplace: Craigsville, WV Father: Martin Bever Mother: Alice Reinhold Place of death: At Home Burial: Russell Cemetery Craigsville, WV Sercie Fre, Feb 25, 1972 at 2: 00 p.m. Chestnut Flat United Methodist Church,
Clergymen: Rev Romie Edgell, Rev Calvin McCutcheon Wife: Frances (Mullens) Bever Daughters, Mrs. Ruth Russel, of Craigsville, Mrs. Eoise Ward of Nettie, WV, Mrs. Ruby Moss of Sutton, WV, Mrs. Alma Moss of Richwood, WV, Sons: Charles and Harley of Craigsville, WV 2 Brothers: Cecil Bever of Craigsville, Coleman Bever of Richwood, WV No sisters.

Notes from "Only in Memory, Crupperneck, West Virginia: Recollections of Rural America" by Erma Stults copyright 1998. Erma Stults, 3114 Monarch Drive, Murfreesboro, TN 37129:

In addition to farming, Jennings worked for the Department of Public Assistance. Under a work program, he helped build the Curtin bridge. He later worked for the Cherry River Boom and Lumber Company. His highest wages were $1.25 per hour.
Although he had only a fifth grade education, Jennings had a keen thirst for knowledge, especially history. He read constantly from newspapers, bible commentaries, and history books.
Jennings and Frances joined the Chestnut Flat United Methodist Church in 1928. Throughout his life he worked tirelessly to help maintain and keep this church functioning. In 1967 he took the prescribed courses and was made a Lay Speaker by the Methodist District Conference, a position he held for five or six years. Jennings also loved to sing. At one point, he, Coleman Bever, Alma Bever and Clara Reinhold had a quartet and sang in various churches. He also worked to help establish the Russell Cemetery.

Services were held February 25, 1972 at Chestnut Flat United Methodist Church, Crupperneck, WV with Rev. Romie Edgell and Rev. Calvin McCutcheon officiating.


Simons and Coleman Funeral Home Record: Jennings Welding Bever Residence: Crupperneck Rd., Craigsville, WV Date of Birth: 9-4-1909 Date of Death: Wed, Feb. 23, 1972 Age: 62 Birthplace: Craigsville, WV Father: Martin Bever Mother: Alice Reinhold Place of death: At Home Burial: Russell Cemetery Craigsville, WV Sercie Fre, Feb 25, 1972 at 2: 00 p.m. Chestnut Flat United Methodist Church,
Clergymen: Rev Romie Edgell, Rev Calvin McCutcheon Wife: Frances (Mullens) Bever Daughters, Mrs. Ruth Russel, of Craigsville, Mrs. Eoise Ward of Nettie, WV, Mrs. Ruby Moss of Sutton, WV, Mrs. Alma Moss of Richwood, WV, Sons: Charles and Harley of Craigsville, WV 2 Brothers: Cecil Bever of Craigsville, Coleman Bever of Richwood, WV No sisters.


Frances Georgia Mullens

Notes from "Only in Memory, Crupperneck, West Virginia: Recollections of Rural Americia" by Erma Stults, copyright 1998

Frances Mullens Bever spent her childhood working with her father on the ferry boat he owned and operated across Gauley River at the present Curtin Bridge, WV location. She attended church with her family since childhood. After her marriage to Jennings, she loved to cook and invite people, especially ministers, to Sunday dinner. She also made lots of quilts. After transferring from The Chestnut Flat Church to St. Luke's Methodist Church in Craigsville, she became quite active with the United Methodist Women.

Funeral Services for Grandma Bever were Wednesday, August 2, 2000 at 11:00 am at St Lukes United Methodist Church, Craigsville, WV with the Revs. Mike Richards and Bob Dick officiating. She is buried at Russell cemetery, Crupperneck, WV

Notes from "Only in Memory, Crupperneck, West Virginia: Recollections of Rural Americia" by Erma Stults, copyright 1998

Frances Mullens Bever spent her childhood working with her father on the ferry boat he owned and operated across Gauley River at the present Curtin Bridge, WV location. She attended church with her family since childhood. After her marriage to Jennings, she loved to cook and invite people, especially ministers, to Sunday dinner. She also made lots of quilts. After transferring from The Chestnut Flat Church to St. Luke's Methodist Church in Craigsville, she became quite active with the United Methodist Women.

Funeral Services for Grandma Bever were Wednesday, August 2, 2000 at 11:00 am at St Lukes United Methodist Church, Craigsville, WV with the Revs. Mike Richards and Bob Dick officiating. She is buried at Russell cemetery, Crupperneck, WV

Notes from "Only in Memory, Crupperneck, West Virginia: Recollections of Rural Americia" by Erma Stults, copyright 1998

Frances Mullens Bever spent her childhood working with her father on the ferry boat he owned and operated across Gauley River at the present Curtin Bridge, WV location. She attended church with her family since childhood. After her marriage to Jennings, she loved to cook and invite people, especially ministers, to Sunday dinner. She also made lots of quilts. After transferring from The Chestnut Flat Church to St. Luke's Methodist Church in Craigsville, she became quite active with the United Methodist Women.

Funeral Services for Grandma Bever were Wednesday, August 2, 2000 at 11:00 am at St Lukes United Methodist Church, Craigsville, WV with the Revs. Mike Richards and Bob Dick officiating. She is buried at Russell cemetery, Crupperneck, WV


Andrew Pierce

BIRTH:Approximated from 1850 census record;Marrs Hill Twp.;Washington
County;Arkansas.

MARRIAGE:Carter, Deane G.;Marriage records of Washington County, Arkansas;a
10-year record... 1870-1879;Fayetteville, Ark.;Washington Co. Hist. Soc.;1967.


Rebecca Means

MARRIAGE:Carter, Deane G.;Marriage records of Washington County, Arkansas;a
10-year record... 1870-1879;Fayetteville, Ark.;Washington Co. Hist. Soc.;1967.


Johann Balthaser Harff

Gen Book Page-63
Gen No-I
Pers No-1


Catherina

Gen Book Page-63


Johannes Harff

See pages 29-31 re: Johannes Harff
Gen Book Page-63
Gen No-II
Pers No-2


Ursula* Harff

Gen Book Page-63
Gen No-II
Pers No-3
See Pages 32-47 re Ursula Hurff