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An unknown local correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on February 26, 1926:
Several boys and girls of this place attended singing school at Coal Branch Sunday.
Dr. Ferrell and Cora Adkins were calling on friends at Sand Creek last Saturday evening.
Miss Jewell Brumfield attended Sunday school at Gill Sunday and was accompanied by Sylvia Ciphers and Hawkins Perry.
J.C. McEldowney of Charleston was calling on friends and relatives at Harts Saturday.
Chas. Brumfield was a business caller in Huntington Saturday.
Ward Brumfield was transacting business in Hamlin Saturday.
Blanch, Anna and Laura Lambert were visiting friends in Harts Wednesday.
Hardin Marcum was calling on Shirlie Adkins at West Hamlin Sunday.
Hendrix Brumfield attended singing at Coal Branch Sunday and reported there were over fifty singers present and the singing was progressing nicely.
Every body is planning to hunt Easter eggs here.
Mrs. C.C. Pack and daughter, Miss May, were visiting relatives in Logan Saturday and Sunday.
Enos Dials spent Sunday in Huntington.
Daily Happenings: Bob Hendrix meeting the train; Ward with the tax books; Watson with his pipe; Herb in the garage; Nora and Jewell teaching school; Bessie and Cora in the store; Aunt Cathrine with her hair; Sadie with her glasses on; Luther in his old rattle trap; Wesley reading the newspaper; Fred, the law maker.
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The following deed index is based on Deed Book 56 at the Lincoln County Clerk’s Office in Hamlin, WV, and relates to residents of the Harts Creek community. Most notations reflect Harts Creek citizens engaged in local land transactions; some reflect Harts Creek citizens engaged in land transactions outside of the community. These notes are meant to serve as a reference to Deed Book 56. Researchers who desire the most accurate version of this material are urged to consult the actual record book.
Enos A. Adkins to late Ann F. Davis 200 acres Green Shoal Creek (her interest in Enos’ future estate) 6 November 1883 p. 99-100
Fisher B. Adkins to Catherine and Herb Adkins 1 acre 1/2 interest in land where store of F.E. Adkins and J.W. Stowers is located, 1/2 interest in store and stock of merchandise, farm items conveyed by F.E. Adkins on 14 May 1909, one pair of bay horses 15 June 1909 K.E. Toney, NP 3 July 1909 p. 82-83
Lewis and Emezetta Adkins to Sarah M. Adkins 50 acres West Side Guyandotte River 8 August 1899 Jefferson Lucas, NP 24 February 1900 p. 147-148
Richard and Olive F. Adkins to Sarah M. Adkins 50 acres Below Mouth of Fourteen Mile Creek 18 June 1892 David F. Smith, JP p. 145-147
Richard Adkins and Spencer Adkins to D.P. Lambert 80 1/4 acres Fourteen Mile Creek (Laurel Hill District) 17 July 1897 Isaac Fry, JP p. 42-44
George A. and Julia Alderson, Floyd and Emily Rakes, and C.D. and Vietta T. Haverty to J.L. Caldwell 8 acres (mineral) Sand Creek 7 December 1894 Elias Vance, JP p. 19-22
Joseph and Rosey Browning to Lace Marcum and T.R. Shepherd 45 acres Ridge Between Little Harts Creek and Big Branch 30 March 1910 Charles Adkins, JP 1 April 1910 p. 252-253
Allen and Hollena Brumfield to Louisa Wiley 176 acres Sulpher Spring Fork of Fourteen Mile Creek 12 February 1903 Jefferson Lucas, NP p. 40-42
Martha E. and John S. Brumfield to Henry H. Sias and his heirs 87 1/2 acres East Fork of Fourteen Mile Creek 24 October 1907 Jefferson Lucas, NP p. 13-14
L.H. and Hellen M. Burks to Gilbert Hager 50 acres Little Ugly Creek 19 February 1906 p. 106-108 [includes survey map]
Clementine and Ed Dingess, Ann F. and G.D. Davis, Susan and Henry Adkins, Julia Y. and B.W. Walker, Brooke and A.G. Adkins, F.E. Adkins, C.E. Burns (special commissioner) to Catherine Adkins 33 acres West Side Guyandotte River (land conveyed to Enos Adkins by J.K. Adkins on 29 October 1892) 1 October 1908 Fisher B. Adkins, NP 12 October 1908 Sol Adams, JP 16 October 1908 p. 86-88
Clementine and Ed Dingess, Susan and Henry Adkins, F.E. and Catherine Adkins, Brooke and A.G. Adkins, Julia Y. and B.W. Walker, and C.E. Burns (special commissioner) to Ann F. Davis 225 acres 1 October 1908 Fisher B. Adkins, NP 12 October 1908 Sol Adams, JP 16 October 1908 p. 101-103
Salena Estep to Rufus Estep 360 acres Spring Branch of West Fork 25 April 1910 p. 320-321
Arena and Keenan S. Ferrell to J.W. Stowers one acre Fowler’s Branch (part of tract conveyed by John Q. Adams on 25 May 1896) 28 October 1908 K.E. Toney, JP 30 October 1908 p. 84-85
Anderson Fry to A. Gill 25 acres Big Ugly Creek 7 January 1907 D.F. Smith, JP p. 128-129
Robert Fry to Wilford Fry, Martha Fry, and Rosa A. Fry 110 acres Ketchum Branch Guyandotte River 3 January 1888 J.B. Pullen, Jr. p. 287-289
Robert L. and Mary F. Fry to Arabell Gill Big Sulpher Branch of Big Ugly Creek 16 January 1904 Philip Hager, Jr., NP 16 February 1904 p. 125-126
Philip Hager to Robert Lee Fry 50 acres Big Sulpher Spring Branch of Big Ugly Creek 10 February 1898 John A. McComas, NP p. 124-125
E.C. and Flora Lucas to W.S. Enochs 20 acres and 39 acres Fourteen Mile Creek at or Near the Mouth of Cove Creek (Laurel Hill District) 29 March 1907 Jefferson Lucas, NP p. 268-269
Jefferson and Nancy E. Lucas to Cumberland Adkins 295 acres Fourteen Mile Creek (Laurel Hill District) 11 April 1907 D.F. Smith, JP 12 April 1907 p. 234-236
George E. and Mary McComas to J.L. Caldwell 24 acres East Side Guyandotte River 23 July 1900 p. 31-33
George R. and Harriet McComas to J.L. Caldwell 75 acres East Side Guyandotte River 19 February 1902 James McComas, NP p. 28-30
I.N. and Elizabeth Mullins to J.L. Caldwell 43 1/2 acres and 95 acres East Side Guyandotte River 1 September 1894 J.S. Payne, JP 8 October 1894 p. 23-25
Peter M. and Mary A. Mullins, A.S. and Sarah E. Adkins, Solomon C. and Mary J. Mullins, Granville and Matilda Wiley, John W. and Mary L. Nelson, C.W. and Ann Mullins, Edmund and Minerva J. Fowler, Isaiah and Sarah Mullins to J.L. Caldwell 43 1/2 acres East Side Guyandotte River 24 November 1894 Hiram Lambert, JP 30 November 1895 and 29 November 1894 p. 25-29
Milton and Elizabeth Nelson to Sherman Nelson 94 acres Big Branch and Fourteen Mile Creek 15 March 1906 Jefferson Lucas, NP p. 17-18
Milton and Elizabeth Nelson to Sherman Nelson 213 acres Big Branch of Guyandotte River 29 March 1909 Jefferson Lucas, NP 4 June 1909 p. 15-16
L.C. and Pinkston Queen to Sarah B. Maynard 113 3/4 acres Wiley Branch of Twelve Pole Creek 18 December 1907 William Toppins, JP p. 250-251
Levi Rakes et al to J.L. Caldwell 47 acres East Side Guyandotte River 28 July 1900 Isaac Fry, JP 30 July 1900 p. 36-38
Henry C. and Martha Sias to Isaac F. Nelson 85 acres Steer Fork of Fourteen Mile Creek (Laurel Hill District) 17 February 1909 Rufus Pack, NP p. 266-267
Marine and Polly Spurlock to Laura Fry 15 acres Ketchum Branch Guyandotte River (Laurel Hill District) 6 November 1889 Elias Vance, JP p. 289-290
United Fuel Gas Company to Columbia Gas and Electric Company 87 acres of Charles V. Huffman (26 March 1908) and 258 acres of Susan Lucas (24 March 1908) 1 December 1909 p. 270-275
Louisa and Leander Wiley to Mary E. Williamson Part of 176 acres made to Louisa Wiley by Allen Brumfield (Laurel Hill District) 7 July 1905 Jefferson Lucas, NP 11 July 1905 p. 38-40
NOTE: I copied all of these deeds.
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Big Ugly Creek, located in Harts Creek District of Lincoln County, West Virginia, has hosted four post offices: Rector (1902-1939), Gill (1903-1968), Leet (1907-?), and Dollie (1919-1934). Today, no post offices exist on Big Ugly Creek.
Dollie Post Office (1919-1934)
Walton Ferrell: 10 December 1919 – 29 January 1923
Laura Ferrell: 29 January 1923 – 19 September 1933
Thomas Ferrell: 19 September 1933 (acting postmaster), 12 January 1934 – 31 March 1934 (appointment rescinded on 31 March 1934)
Post office discontinued: 24 March 1934, effective 14 April 1934, mail to Rector
Gill Post Office (1903-1968) — located at the mouth of Big Ugly Creek
Thomas J. Gill: 8 October 1903 – 9 June 1926/12 August 1927
Bradley W. Gill: 9 June 1926/12 August 1927 (conflicting dates in the record) – 9 October 1926
Arabelle Gill: 9 October 1926 – 6 November 1940 (deceased 6 November 1940)
Andrew J. Cyfers: 1 January 1941 (assumed charge), 11 January 1941 (acting postmaster) – August or October 1941 (see below)
Nannie F. Cyfers: 5 August 1941, 1 October 1941 (assumed charge) – 30 September 1956 (retired 30 September 1956)
Ruth B. Cyfers: 30 September 1955 (assumed charge), 4 October 1956 (acting postmaster), 19 October 1956 (assumed charge), 17 November 1967 (resigned)
Florence Vance: 17 November 1967 (acting postmaster) – 26 January 1968
Post office discontinued: 26 January 1968, mail to Ranger
Leet Post Office (1907-?) — located at the mouth of Laurel Fork of Big Ugly Creek
Albert Walls: 17 May 1907 – 3 September 1912
Linzy Huffman: 3 September 1912 – 15 February 1917
Moved to Gill: 15 February 1917
Albert J. Gill: 22 July 1921 – 30 May 1925
Post office discontinued: 30 May 1925, mail to Gill
John H. Brumfield: 18 September 1925 – 15 December 1927
Post office discontinued: 15 December 1927, mail to Rector
Grace DeHaven: 31 May 1934 – 30 November 1961, 30 November 1961 (retired)
Mildred DeHaven: 30 November 1961 (assumed charge), 13 April 1962 – ?
Rector Post Office (1902-1939)
John E. Stone: 17 July 1902 – 4 May 1903
Wallace Toney: 4 May 1903 – 13 July 1905
Leander C. Toney: 13 July 1905 – 14 March 1919
John Milton Ferrell: 14 March 1919, 5 April 1919 (assumed charge) – 25 June 1934
Walter Toney: 25 June 1934 (assumed charge), 20 August 1934 (acting postmaster) – 5 December 1934
Dixie Toney: 5 December 1934, 24 January 1935 (assumed charge) – 18 March 1938
Laura Ferrell: 18 March 1938 (assumed charge), 23 March 1938 (acting postmaster) – 3 November 1938
Martha J. Toney: 3 November 1938 – ? (order rescinded on 12 November 1938)
Post office discontinued: 11 March 1939, effective 31 March 1939, mail to Leet
Source: U.S. Appointments of Postmasters, 1832-1971, maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration.
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In 1926-1927, the West Virginia Educational Directory provided the following information regarding Harts Creek District’s 21 schools, school locations, teachers, and enrollment. Harts Creek District is located in Lincoln County.
Adkins School at Queens Ridge, Jamie Nelson, 28
Atenville School at Queens Ridge, Jessie Brumfield, 39
Broad Branch School at Banco, Ruby Bowling, 16
Cole Branch School at Queens Ridge, Rebel Adkins, 42
Copley Trace School at Queens Ridge, Luther Manns, 36
Dollie School at Rector, W.J. Hauldren, —
Fourteen School at Rector?, Bessie Thompson, 41
Gartin School at Queens Ridge, G.W. Nicholas, 8
Gill School at Gill, Sylvia Cyfers, 15
Green Shoals School at Ferrellsburg, Charles Gore, 44
Harts School at Harts, Nora Brumfield, 20
High Top School at Queens Ridge, Lucy Dingess, 44
Leet School at Gill, Vesta Cyfers, 39
Limestone School at Big Creek, Garnett Hickman, 14
Lucas School at Rector, Walter Hauldren, 20
Mans School at Queens Ridge, Mae Cane, 34
Perry School at Queens Ridge, Charley Tomblin, 20
Sand Creek School at Queens Ridge, Ed Brumfield, 22
Stone School at Queens Ridge, R.L. Martin, 27
Toney School at Rector, Maud Pugh, 25
Walker School at Ferrellsburg, Enos Dial, 15
The highest paid teachers are given below:
Maud Pugh, $960/yr.
Charlie Gore, $840/yr.
W.J. Hauldren, $840/yr.
Walter Hauldren, $840/yr.
Garnett Hickman, $840/yr.
The lowest paid teachers received $400/yr.
Source: West Virginia Educational Directory for the School Year 1926-1927
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
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An unnamed local correspondent from Gill in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, June 28, 1923:
Miss Fay Gill begins her school here on the 6th of August.
M. Nelson, of Barboursville, preached an able sermon at Gill last Sunday.
Parker Lucas preached a fine sermon here last Sunday night.
Prof. Lee Adkins, of Hager has completed a fine singing school at Sand Creek. He has taught three at Gill, and will teach another one in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Sperry, of Gill, were visiting relatives and friends at Hager last week. They were accompanied by their small daughters, Misses Ada and Maggie.
Miss Maud Gill began teaching the Bradyville school on last Monday.
Brad Gill was a recent visitor in Huntington.
Cesco Messinger caught a 15-pound fish one day last week.
Elmer Fry has been getting our coal bank ties during the past week.
Uncle Harve May was visiting relatives at Big Creek the latter part of last week.
Did you ever notice that when people hear of some little talk that doesn’t amount to anything, how it goes over the country; and then when they hear of anything that amounts to a great deal you hardly ever hear it mentioned?
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“Reporter,” a local correspondent from Gill in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, June 21, 1923:
A large engine with six cars were wrecked on the track at Harts one day last week, but no one was injured.
John Sperry will preach at Gill, Saturday night before the third Sunday in July. Everybody is invited.
Lee Adkins of Hager, will conduct a singing school at the Gill school house beginning the first Sunday in July.
Sons, Brooks, Golden, Peacha and Cassie Hager, of Spears, John Sperry and sons of Price, Lee Spears, and Philip Sperry of Gill, attended the big Lodge celebration at Midkiff last Sunday.
Ward Spears, of this place, attended the baptizing at Leet last Sunday.
Brad Gill has purchased a new camera.
Wm. Sperry and family have recovered from the measles.