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From “Virginia and Virginians, 1606-1888,” published by H.H. Hardesty, we find this entry for Thomas Justice, who resided at North Spring, West Virginia:
Of North Spring, Wyoming county, W.Va., was born June 15, 1834, in Logan county, W.Va. (then Virginia); in this county, Aug. 20, 1854, he was united in marriage to Ingabo Bailey, who was born in Logan county, Jan. 29, 1832. Record of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Justice: George W., born June 20, 1855, married; Delia J., March 15, 1857, married; Laura C., June 11, 1859, married; Almeda, Dec. 4, 1861, married; Lee, April 20, 1866, married; Minnie, May 1, 1868, married to Berry L. Cook; Scott, Dec. 9, 1870, living with his parents; James, Sept. 15, 1874, living with parents. Record of Thomas Justice’s parents: James Justice, Sr., was born in Pike county, Ky., Dec. 5, 1812, departed this life in Logan county, W.Va., Aug. 12, 1874; Jennie (Hatfield) Justice was born in Pike county, Ky., Jan. 10, 1813, departed this life in Logan county April 28, 1886. Record of the parents of Mrs. Thomas Justice: James Bailey was born in Russell county, Va., Dec. 1, 1806, died in Logan county Feb. 9, 1874; Delia (Gore) Bailey was born in Boone county, W.Va., Oct. 11, 1806, died in Logan county Jan. 28, 1888. Thomas Justice enlisted in 1861 as lieutenant in Co. D, Berkley’s Battalion, C.S.A., and served with honor and distinction until the close of the war. At the present time he resides with his wife and their youngest two children in his pleasant home not far from the mouth of Huff’s Creek; here he is engaged in farming and in managing his estate. His plantation is well cultivated; he also owns valuable coal and timber lands. As citizens he and his family are loved and respected. His son, Lee Justice, was married June 11, 1890, in Logan county, to America, daughter of James N. and Lucinda (Steel) Justice. Record of the family of James N. Justice: He was born in 1847 in Pike county, Ky.; at present lives in Logan county, W.Va.; his wife was born in Logan county in 18_6, and died in the same county in 1884. Their son Wayne was born in 1872; daughter Ellen was born in 1877, and died in 1879.
Source: Dr. R.A. Brock, Virginia and Virginians, 1606-1888 (Richmond, VA: H.H. Hardesty, Publisher, 1888), p. 833-834.