A.T. Miller, Alice Dingess, Anna Adams, Anna Butcher, Anna Dingess, Beatrice Dingess, Beulah M. Rickman, Blanche Mae Lambert, Boone County, Chapmanville District, Charlie Gore, Cole Adams, David E. Johnson, Dixie Mullins, E.V. Parsons, Ed Brumfield, education, Enos Dial, Everett Dingess, Fay Gill, Fisher B. Adkins, Fred Wilt, genealogy, Gill School, Glen Dingess, Harts Creek District, history, Howard Adams, Ina Adams, Jessie Brumfield, Kile Topping, Lester H. Cross, Lincoln County, Lizzie Nelson, Logan, Logan County, Lot W. Adams, Lucy Dingess, M.F. Tomblin, Nora Brumfield, Reb Adkins, Rufus P. Lambert, Shively, Sylvia Cyfers, teacher, Thomas J. McGinnis, Ula Adams, Wallace Hayner, Walter Hauldren, West Virginia, Whirlwind, Willie J. Williams, Yantus
In 1925-1926, Lincoln County (WV) Superintendent of Schools Rufus P. Lambert of Hamlin and Logan County (WV) Superintendent of Schools E.V. Parsons of Logan issued information regarding teachers in their respective counties for publication in the West Virginia Educational Directory. Given below are the names of Harts area teachers, post office address, enrollment, and county of employment. NOTE: Teachers did not necessarily teach in their immediate locale.
Anna Adams, Whirlwind, 38, Logan
Cole Adams, Queens Ridge, 24, Logan
Howard Adams, Whirlwind, 36, Logan
Ina Adams, Shively, 32, Logan
Lot W. Adams, Big Creek, 8, Lincoln
Ula Adams, Yantus, 34, Logan
Fisher B. Adkins, Hart’s, 42, Logan
Rebel Adkins, Queens Ridge, 24, Lincoln
Ed Brumfield, Harts, 25, Lincoln
Jessie Brumfield, Harts, 45, Lincoln
Nora Brumfield, Harts, 20, Lincoln
Anna Butcher, Shively, 65, Logan
Lester H. Cross, Shively, 32, Logan
Sylvia Cyfers, Leet, 40, Lincoln
Enos Dial, Harts, 40, Lincoln
Alice Dingess, Queens Ridge, 66, Logan
Anna Dingess, Queens Ridge, 28, Logan
Beatrice Dingess, Hart’s, 12, Logan
Everett Dingess, Ferrellsburg, 36, Logan
Glen Dingess, Leet, 24, Lincoln
Lucy Dingess, Queens Ridge, 28, Logan
Fay Gill Frye, Gill, 33, Lincoln
Charlie Gore, Ferrrellsburg, 43, Lincoln
Walter Hauldren, Rector, 26, Lincoln
Wallace Haynor, Rector, 25, Lincoln
David E. Johnson, Dollie, 24, Lincoln
Blanche Mae Lambert, Sand Creek, 19, Lincoln
Thomas J. McGinnis, Whirlwind, 49, Logan
A.T. Miller, Danville, 12 Lincoln
Dixie Mullins, Queens Ridge, 35, Logan
Lizzie Nelson, Harts, 18, Lincoln
Beulah M. Rickman, Gill, 14, Lincoln
M.F. Tomblin, Queens Ridge, 44, Lincoln
Kile Topping, Atenville, 22, Lincoln
Willie J. Williams, Queens Ridge, 30, Lincoln
Fred Wilt, Rector, 7, Lincoln
The highest paid teachers are given below:
Lot W. Adams, $960/yr.
Fisher B. Adkins, $840/yr.
Alice Dingess, $840/yr.
Fay Gill Frye, $840/yr.
Charlie Gore, $840/yr.
A.T. Miller, $840/yr.
Walter Hauldren, $820/yr.
Beatrice Dingess, $800/yr.
The lowest paid teachers received $400/yr.
Source: West Virginia Educational Directory for the School Year 1925-1926