1. 1920 Census, Wyoming Co, WV, Oceana District, taken on 23 Jan 1920, Page 239A, Family #249.
Listed as Herman Bailey, age 8, born in WV, in household of father, Millard F. Bailey.
2. 1930 Census, Wyoming Co, WV, Ocena District, taken on 8 Apr 1930, Page 191B, Family #93.
Listed as Herman Bailey, age 18, born in WV, in household of father, Millard F. Bailey.
3. Wyoming Co, WV; Marriage Records; Vol #__(1935); Page 94; WV Archives Web Site.
Herman Bailey; age 23; born in Wyoming Co, WV; living at Cyclone, WV; son of M.F. and Aurilla May
Bailey; married on 7 Jul 1935 at the home of the bride in Cyclone, WV; Dorothy Lusk; age 17; born in
Wyoming Co, WV; daughter of Hayes and Orpha Lusk.
4. McDowell Co, WV; Death Certificate #'59 010886; WV Archives Web Site.
Herman Bailey; age 47 yrs, 5 mons, 2 days; born on 3 Mar 1912; married; US Mail Carrier; living at
Cyclone, WV; son of Filmore and Aurilla (Brown) Bailey; died on 5 Aug 1959 in the Grace Hospital,
Welch, McDowell Co, WV from congestive heart failure; buried on 7 Aug 1959 in Brown Cemetery,
1. 1920 Census, Wyoming Co, WV; Slab Fork District; taken on 12/13, 1920; Page 272B: Image 14 of 19;
Listed as Viola Brown; age 11; born in WV; in household of father, Lewis P. Brown.
2. Wyoming Co, WV; Marriage Records; Book #__(1929); Page 26; WV Archives Web Site.
Howard Powers; age 25; born in Ash Co, NC; living at Tuckerdale, NC; son of A.J. Powers;
married on 26 May 1929 at Oceana, WV; Viola Brown; age 19; born in Wyoming Co, WV; living at
Glen Fork, WV; daughter of L.P. Brown.
3. 1930 Census, Wyoming Co, WV; Slab Fork District; taken on 23 Apr 1930; Page 266B; Image 41 of 44;
Listed as Viola Powers; age 20; born in WV; married at 20; in household of husband, Howard L.
4. Wyoming Co, WV; Marriage Records; Book #__(1954); Page 285; WV Archives Web Site.
Peter T. Sigmon; age 46; born in Calloway, VA; widowed; living at Glen Fork, WV; son of Norman and
Liza Sigmon; married on 12 Nov 1954 at Ravencliff, WV; Viola Brown Powers; age 45; born and living
at Glen Fork, WV; widow; daughter of Powell and Tilda Brown.
5. Social Security Death Index; Ancestry.com Web Site.
Viola Sigmon; born on 4 Jul 1909; died on 18 Mar 1993; living at Glen Fork, Wyoming Co, WV at death;
SS# 233-48-8206; card issued in WV before 1951.
Joseph Edwin Fleming
1. Scoial Security Death Index; Ancestry.com Web Site.
Joseph Fleming; born on 3 Jul 1927; died on 5 Apr 1996; living at McGraws, Wyoming Co, WV at
death; SS #232-34-1723; card issued in NC or WV before 1951.
Twila Jane Cook
1. 1930 Census, Wyoming Co, WV, Oceana District, taken on 22 Apr 1930, Page 201A, Family #265.
Listed as Twilie Cook, age 3, born in WV, in household of father, Rife C. Cook.
2. "The Register Herald"; Beckley, WV; Friday 30 Nov 2007; Newspaper Obit.
"NATURAL BRIDGE STATION, Va. — Twila Jane Cook Fleming, 80, passed away Nov. 11, 2007, at her home in Natural Bridge Station following a long illness with Alzheimer’s."A wonderful wife, mother, sister and grandmother, Twila loved gardening, cooking, playing rummy, the Atlanta Braves and NASCAR."Born May 31, 1927, in Jesse, she was the daughter of the late Rife C. and Myrtle Browning Cook."Mrs. Fleming was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph E. Fleming, and two brothers, William Randall Cook and Ralph C. Cook. "Survivors include three sisters, Jean, Delores and Mary Isabel; a brother Harold David; four children, Joseph Tyrone Fleming of Fairdale, Linda Jane Powers and Joni Dulaney of Natural Bridge Station, and Rhonda Fleming of Crab Orchard; seven grandchildren, Jennifer Powers Geckler, Bill Powers, Jerry Lafferty, Jason Lafferty, Patty Fleming Allen, Jamie Fleming and Troy Fleming; 11 great-grandchildren, Caroline Elizabeth Geckler, Jaine Kathryn Geckler, Rachel Powers, Joseph Ancel Powers, Brian Lafferty, Mitchell Lafferty, Jessica Lafferty, David Adams, Joey Lafferty, Juliette Allen and Sterling Fleming; and a great-great-grandchild, Lilly Lafferty."Mrs. Fleming was laid to rest Nov. 14 at Palm Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, Matheny..."
Elmer W. Day Rev
1. 1930 Census, Wyoming Co, WV; Slab Fork District; taken on 11 Apr 1930; Page 236B;
Listed as Elmer Day; age 8; born in NC; in household of father, Jesse Day.
2. Social Security Death Index; Ancestry.com Web Site.
Elmer W. Day; born on 27 Jul 1921; died on 16 Dec 2008; living at Mocksville, Davie Co, NC at
death; SS #236-18-2011; card issued in WV before 1951.
3. "The Register Herald"; Beckley, WV; Thursday, 18 Dec 2008; Newspaper Obit.
"MOCKSVILLE, N.C. — The Rev. Elmer Warren Day Sr. passed into the presence of his Lord on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2008, at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.C."He was born on July 27, 1921, in Warrensville, N.C., to the late Jesse and Bonnie Wyatt Day. He was a member and Pastor Emeritus of Cornatzer Baptist Church."In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Blanche Powers and Pauline Bailey; and one brother, Verner Day."Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Hope McClung Day; four children, Bonnie (David) Washburn, Warren (Junette) Day, Danny (Jane) Day and Lois (Larry) Carter; nine grandchildren, Amy, Davy, Andy, Jason, Jennifer, Justin, Clint, Sara and Hope; seven great-grandchildren, Jacob, Trevor, Tyler, Nathaniel, Aubrey, Cade and Timothy; one sister, Daphine Acord ; and one brother, the Rev. Robert Day."Preacher Day’s life and service will be honored and remembered at Cornatzer Baptist Church Saturday, Dec. 20. The body will be placed in the church 10 to 11 a.m. The service will begin at 11 a.m., with Pastor Jeff Beverly officiating. The family will receive friends in the fellowship building after the service."Preacher Day served as pastor of Cornatzer Baptist Church in Davie County for 36 years. He also served as pastor at Smith Grove Baptist Church in Davidson County, N.C., and at Lookout Baptist Church in Fayette County, W.Va."In addition to his pastoral ministry, the Rev. Day taught at Piedmont Baptist College in Winston-Salem, N.C., and was an Emeritus member of the General Council of Baptist Mid-Missions in Cleveland, Ohio. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and served under Gen. Douglas MacArthur in the Philippines during World War II..."