McDowell and Wyoming Co, WV; Familie and Individules

Notes


Hassel Estep

1. "The Heritage of McDowell County, West Vitginia, 1858-1999"; Volume II; by Geneva Steele, Sandra
Long and Tom Hatcher; Page 187; "Dwight and teresa Estep"; article; submitted by Joyce Reed,
1581 Maiden Wood Circle, Maiden, NC 28650.
2. FindAGrave.com Web Site; submitted by Polly Fry Hagerman; 5 Dec 2011.
" Hassel Estep
Birth 3 Jul 1925
Paynesville, McDowell County, West Virginia, USA
Death 7 Dec 1980 (aged 55)
Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, USA
Burial
W. A. Estep Cemetery
McDowell County, West Virginia, USA
Memorial ID 81549292"

Additional Information Posted:
"AS US ARMY
WORLD WAR II

"Father: William Anderson Estep b: 01 OCT 1875 in Pike County, KY
Mother: Cora Lee Payne b: 14 SEPT 1879 in McDowell County, West Virginia

"Marriage 1 Corbie Mullins b: 17 JUL 1928"


Corbie Mullins

1. "The Heritage of McDowell County, West Vitginia, 1858-1999"; Volume II; by Geneva Steele, Sandra
Long and Tom Hatcher; Page 187; "Dwight and teresa Estep"; article; submitted by Joyce Reed, 1581
Maiden Wood Circle, Maiden, NC 28650.
2. FindAGrave.com Web Site; submitted by Polly Fry Hagerman; 5 Dec 2011.
" Corbie Mullins Estep
Birth 15 Jul 1928 (sic, 17 Jul 1928)
Buchanan County, Virginia, USA
Death 26 Nov 2010 (aged 82)
Paynesville, McDowell County, West Virginia, USA
Burial
W. A. Estep Cemetery
McDowell County, West Virginia, USA
Memorial ID 81549448"

Additional Information Posted:
"PAYNESVILLE — Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they rest from their labours; and their works do follow them.

"Corbie Estep, age 82, of Paynesville, W.Va., died peacefully in her sleep on Friday, November 26, 2010 at her residence. She was born in Buchanan County, Va. on July 17, 1928. She was the daughter of the late Jim and Millie Mullins Mullins. She was a homemaker, loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, and a member of the Mary Lou Old Regular Baptist Church for 50 years.

"In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Elder Hassel Estep in December 1980; and her granddaughter, Eden Le'Gail Mullins in January 1996. She was also preceded in death by eight sisters and five brothers. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family.

"Survivors include two sons, Cody Estep and wife Elizabeth, Paynesville, W.Va., Dwight Estep and wife Teresa, Paynesville, W.Va.; three daughters, Mrs. Bill (Cora Lee), Paynesville, W.Va., Mrs. Danny J. (Abigail) Puckett, Paynesville, W.Va., Mrs. Larry (Pamela Kay) Mullins, Paynesville, W.Va.; grandchildren, Chris (Beti) Kissinger of Yuma, Ariz., Tracy (John) Casey of Athens, W.Va., Jessica (Chris) Cole of Marlington, W.Va., Leigh Ann Kissinger of Princeton, W.Va., Daniel J. Puckett, Paynesville, W.Va., Jacob (Aimee) Mullins of Elkhorn City, Ky., Ryan Estep and Airel Estep of Paynesville, W.Va.; great-granddaughters, Gabrielle, Tabitha, Shayla, and Heidi. She is also survived by her brother-in-law, Vernie Allen of Raysal, W.Va.

"Funeral services for Corbie Estep will be held Monday, November 29, 2010 at 1 p.m. at the Mary Lou Old Regular Baptist Church in Paynesville, W.Va. with Elders Phillip Estep, Gary Estep, George Baker, and James Stacy officiating with burial to follow in the W. R. Estep Cemetery at Paynesville.

"Friends may call after 6 p.m., Sunday evening at the church, where a service will be held at 7 p.m.

"Serving as pallbearers will be Cody Estep, Dwight Estep, Bill Kissinger, Danny J. Puckett, Larry Mullins, Daniel Puckett, Jacob Mullins and John Casey. Honorary pallbearers will be Chris Kissinger, Gordon Mullins, Ira Allen, Larry Estep, Dale Estep, Beth Belcher, Judy Smith, and Donna Puckett and her special hospice nurses, Jena Mullins, Billie Rowe, Cindy Mills, and Tawnya Kennedy.

"Virginia Funeral Home of Grundy, Va. is in charge of arrangements."


Asa Hall Sr

1. FindAGrave.com Website; submitted by Steve Taylor; 7 Mar 2004; maintained by Delmer Hall.
" Asa Hall Sr.
Birth Jun 1758
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island, USA
Death 6 Mar 1841 (aged 82)
Montgomery County, Virginia, USA
Burial
Halls United Methodist Church Cemetery
Ironto, Montgomery County, Virginia, USA Show Map
Memorial ID 8480574 "

Additional Information Posted:
"Asa Hall
Here is some additional information about my 5x grandfather if you would like to add it to his record.

'Born 1758 in Rhode Island
Died Mar 06, 1841 in Montgomery County VA

"Thank you for all the work you have done inputting the burial records for Halls United Methodist Church Cemetery.

"Cathy L Cook

"Asa was married twice (1) Sarah Adams and (2) Mary Vanover.
Asa and Sarah children are Jonathan,David, William C.,Amy, Sarah, Asa, Jr.,Elizabeth, Susannah, Jessie C. and Lucinda.

"Asa and Mary children are Christina, Mary and Martha."
2. FindAGrave.com Web Site; message sent to Delmer Hall; 19 Sep 2020; by Larry E. Smith.
"I am Larry E. Smith with ancestors traced back to Rev War times. My ggg grandfather was Shorten Smith. While we are not related I thought you would enjoy this commonality . Shorten also entered the Rev Army in Duchess Co, NY and located in Montgomery Co after the war. He had 112 acres of land on the South side of Pilot Mt which was located just SE of Christiansburg, VA. Asa and shorten served in different units but there must have been some discussion after the War ended to say Montgomery Co, VA was the place to settle. Shorten moved on to Tazewell Co, VA in what is now Wyoming and McDowell Co, WV. I was fortunate enough to run across an affidavit he gave in 1818 in Tazewell where he describes his unit's movements during the war. He was at left as a guard at the battle of Princeton in Jan 1777 and was discharged at Snake Hill, NJ, a rock formation in the marshes west of NY City.
3. FindAGrave.com Web Site; response message from Delmer Hall; 5 Nov 2020.
"Larry, sorry about being late in answering your email. My great great great grandfather was Asa Hall,Sr. Asa brother Jesse Hall, Nathaniel Crandall with several other men move to Montgomery county, Virginia in the early 1790s from Dutchess County New York. Asa came in 1795 to Montgomery County, Virginia. Asa Hall, Sr. was buried in Hall's United Methodist Church Cemetery. The church was named after him because they said it was a good old soul. This church is on the Ironto exit above Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia. Shorten Smith probably knew Jesse Hall, Asa Hall,Sr., Nathaniel Crandall (he was the father of my great-grandmother Martha Crandall Hall) and the other men from Dutchess County. It's a good possibility that Shorten Smith that he came with these men to Montgomery County, Virginia in the 1790s. They probably talked about the Revolutionary War.


Mary Vanover

1. FindAGrave.com Website; submitted by Carole Conrad; 31 Jan 2015.
" Mary Vanover Hall
Birth 1782
USA
Death unknown
Virginia, USA
Burial Unknown
Memorial ID 142061126 "

Additional Infromation Posted:
"Mary Vanover (dau of Henry) born ca 1782

"married 31 July 1802, in Montgomery County, Virginia, Asa Hall, Sr,

"She was his second wife.
His first wife was Sarah Adams.

"Asa Hall and Jesse Hall, his brother, came from New York to the Roanoke Valley in Virginia about
1790

"They acquired land on the North Fork of Roanoke and although [Asa Hall, Sr.] was the owner of extensive lands he died a poor man.

"He was seventy-two in January, 1831, when he made a declaration applying for a pension for services in the
Revolution.

"He was in Captain Nathan Pearce's Company in Duchess County, New York and served at Long Island, White Plains and Stony Point, and aided in taking Burgoyne

"He said he had no income except what he derived from his own labor on a poor bit of land on and amid the steep mountains which but for the improvements in houses and fences would sell for scarcely more than fifty dollars.
The schedule of his personal estate was one mare and colt, $55; three cows and two calves, $24; seven head of sheep, $5; seven head of hogs, $5,
The management of the mountain land devolved upon his sons, Asa Hall, Jr., and Jesse C. Hall,"
(Kegley's Virginia Frontier; pp . 611-612.)

"Asa Hall and his first wife, Sarah ( Adams ) Hall had the following children:
David Hall,
William Hall who married Sarah Vanover,
Amy Hall who married Enoch Vanover,
Elizabeth Hall,
Sarah Hall,
Susannah Hall,
Lucinda Hall,
Asa Hall, Jr.

"Issue with second wife Mary Vanover:

"i. Benjamin Hall, married Sarah Bones.
ii. Martha Hall; married James Graham.
iii. Christina Hall; married John Jewell.
iv. Mary Hall; married William Jewell. ""


Willis Jackson Moses

1. 1900 Census, Montgomery Co, VA; Blacksburg District; taken 2/4 Jun 1900; Page 73A; Image 7 of
46; Family #66/66.
Listed as Willis J. Moses; age 32; born in VA in Apr 1868; married 10 yrs; farmer; head of household.
2. FindAGrave.com Website; submitted by Brenda Dudley Eanes; 10 Jun 2009.
" Willis Jackson Moses
Birth 27 Apr 1866
Montgomery County, Virginia, USA
Death 15 Jun 1961 (aged 95)
Salem, Salem City, Virginia, USA
Burial
Sunset Cemetery
Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, USA
Memorial ID 38198697"


Octavia Jane Jewell

1. 1900 Census, Montgomery Co, VA; Blacksburg District; taken 2/4 Jun 1900; Page 73A; Image 7 of
46; Family #66/66.
Listed as Octavia J. Moses; age 29; born in VA in Feb 1871; married 10 yrs; 4 children; all living; in
household of husband, Willis J. Moses.
2. FindAGrave.com Website; submitted by Brenda Dudley Eanes; 10 Jun 2009.
" Octavia Jane Jewell Moses
Birth 13 Feb 1871
Death 10 Apr 1945 (aged 74)
Burial
Sunset Cemetery
Christiansburg, Montgomery County, Virginia, USA
Memorial ID 38198645"


Erthil E. Moses

1. 1900 Census, Montgomery Co, VA; Blacksburg District; taken 2/4 Jun 1900; Page 73A; Image 7 of
46; Family #66/66.
Listed as Erthil E. Moses; age 8; born in VA in Aug 1891; in household of father, Willis J. Moses.


Roxie M. Moses

1. 1900 Census, Montgomery Co, VA; Blacksburg District; taken 2/4 Jun 1900; Page 73A; Image 7 of
46; Family #66/66.
Listed as Roxie M. Moses; age 5; born in VA in Sep 1894; in household of father, Willis J. Moses.


Elliott J. Moses

1. 1900 Census, Montgomery Co, VA; Blacksburg District; taken 2/4 Jun 1900; Page 73A; Image 7 of
46; Family #66/66.
Listed as Elliott J. Moses; age 11 mons; born in VA in Jun 1899; in household of father, Willis J.
Moses.


James A. Thompson

1. "The Heritage of McDowell County, West Virginia, 1858-1995"; 1995; Edited by Dr, Thomas C.
Hatcher; Geneva Steele; Sandra Long and Christine Carr McGuire; "Crockett Harrison - Levenia
(Lula) Presley Family"; Article; Page 224; submitted by Mrs. A.W. (Gladys K. Thompson) Horton, Jr,
PO Box 218, Raven, VA.
"...killed in a mine or logging accident in Pocahontas...."


Levenia "Lula" Henniger

1. FindAGrave.com Website; submitted by Judy Llamas; 19 Aug 2014.
"Lula Henniger Presley
Birth 1872
Death 1969 (aged 96–97)
Burial
Maplewood Cemetery
Tazewell, Tazewell County, Virginia, USA
Memorial ID 134578228"
2. "The Heritage of McDowell County, West Virginia, 1858-1995"; 1995; Edited by Dr, Thomas C.
Hatcher; Geneva Steele; Sandra Long and Christine Carr McGuire; "Crockett Harrison - Levenia
(Lula) Presley Family"; Article; Page 224; submitted by Mrs. A.W. (Gladys K. Thompson) Horton, Jr,
PO Box 218, Raven, VA.


George B. Burks

1. 1930 Census, Logan Co, WV; Triadelphia District; Christian; taken 9 Apr 1930; page 122A; Image
19 of 26; Family #167/169.
Listed as George B. Burks; age 55; born in WV; married at 30; coal miner; head of household.


Laura

1. 1930 Census, Logan Co, WV; Triadelphia District; Christian; taken 9 Apr 1930; page 122A; Image
19 of 26; Family #167/169.
Listed as Laura Burks; age 41; born in WV; married at 16; in household of husband, George B, Burks.