Aaron Adkins, Al Brumfield, Appalachia, Bill Fowler, C&O Railroad, Charley Brumfield, CSX Railroad, Guyandotte River, Harts, Harts Creek, Harts PreK-8 School, Isaac Adkins, Lincoln County, Paris Brumfield, photos, West Virginia
Allen Robinson, Anthony Tomblin, Appalachia, Barbara Dempsey, Bertha Browning, Big Branch, Big Ugly Creek, Caleb Browning, Caroline Brumfield, Charles Adkins, Charley Brumfield, Charley Curry, Emarine Dempsey, Fourteen Mile Creek, genealogy, Gordon Fry, Grant Farley, Green Shoal Creek, Guyandotte River, Hamlin, Harts Creek, Harts Creek District, Hiram Lambert, history, Ike Fry Branch, Isaiah Adkins, Jacob Adkins, Jefferson Lucas, Jerry Lambert, John Clay Farley, Josephine Robinson, Julia Lambert, justice of the peace, Laurel Fork, Lincoln County, Little Harts Creek, Lydia Evaline Dingess, Mary Clark Burks, Minnie Lambert, notary public, Paris "Witch" Brumfield, Risba Lambert, River Road, Short Bend, Short Bend Branch, Vira Brumfield, Wade Lambert, Wash Dempsey, Wash Dempsey Jr., West Virginia
The following deed index is based on Deed Book 57 at the Lincoln County Clerk’s Office in Hamlin, WV, and relates to residents of the Harts Creek community. These notes are meant to serve as a reference to Deed Book 57. Researchers who desire the most accurate version of this material are urged to consult the actual record book.
Charles and Caroline Brumfield to Paris and Vira Brumfield 70 acres Guyan River land for $750 references Little Harts Creek and River Road, left hand of Short Bend, coal bank, Ike Fry Branch 25 October 1910 p. 74-76
John C. Farley to Grant Farley 55 acres on Fourteen Mile Creek references Short Bend Branch of Fourteen 12 September 1902 Jefferson Lucas, NP p. 94-95
Mary Clark Burks, executrix to Gordon Fry 90 acres Big Ugly Creek references Laurel Fork of Big Ugly Paid $1 17 June 1908 p. 196-198
Lida Evaline Dingess to Charley Curry 45 acres Big Harts Creek references below Charley Curry house Paid $200 19 June 1908 Charles Adkins, JP p. 246-247
W.S. and Julia Lambert to Minnie Lambert 40 acres Greenshoal Creek references the garden 3 December 1910 Jerry Lambert, NP p. 335-336
Allen and Josephine Robinson to Hiram Lambert 30 acres Big Harts Creek references Anthony Tombourlin and Wash Dempsey 14 May 1907 Charles Adkins, JP p. 392-393
Wash and Emmarine Dempsey, Sr. and Barbary Dempsey to Risba Lambert 30 acres Big Harts Creek references Wash Dempsey, Jr., mouth of Big Branch, L.C. Browning Paid $200 25 February 1905 Charles Adkins, JP p. 394-395
L.C. Browning to Bertha Browning et al. 100 acres Big Harts Creek references Big Branch, Jacob Adkins, Isaiah Adkins 18 May 1908 p. 396-397
Note: I copied all of these deeds.
Al Brumfield, Alice Dingess, Appalachia, Big Branch, Bridge Branch, Browns Branch, Caroline Brumfield, Cass Gartin, Charles Adkins, Charley Brumfield, Daisy Brumfield, Dave Dingess, Dry Branch, Elias Vance, Enos "Jake" Adkins, genealogy, George W. Dillon, Georgia Brumfield, Hamlin, Harts, Harts Creek, Harts Creek District, Hendricks Brumfield, history, Hollena Brumfield, Hollena Ferguson, Ike Fry Branch, James Brumfield, justice of the peace, L.C. Denison, Lettie Adkins, Lincoln County, Little Harts Creek, Martha J. Dial, Olga Brumfield, Paris Brumfield, Rachel Spry, Rhoda Gartin, Shingle Branch, Sidney Brumfield, W.L. Ferguson, Walton Brumfield, Ward Brumfield, Wesley Ferguson, West Fork, West Virginia, William Adkins, William Workman
The following deed index is based on Deed Book 50 at the Lincoln County Clerk’s Office in Hamlin, WV, and relates to residents of the Harts Creek community. These notes are meant to serve as a reference to Deed Book 50. Researchers who desire the most accurate version of this material are urged to consult the actual record book.
James and Sidney J. Brumfield to Olga Brumfield land for $245 30 June 1909 p. 46-47
L.C. and Rhoda Gartin to William Adkins 32 acres Dry Branch 2 June 1893 Elias Vance, JP p. 58-59
Caroline and Charles Brumfield to William Workman 50 acres Forks of Ike Fry Branch for $180 28 July 1904 Isaac Fry, JP p. 100-101
Allen and Hollena Brumfield to William Workman 195 acres Brown’s Branch for $200 26 June 1900 Isaac Fry, JP p. 101-102
W.L. Ferguson, Trustee of George W. Dillon (bankrupt), to William Workman and Rachel Spry 7 acres Mouth of Bridge Branch 18 November 1907 p. 103-104
Charles and Caroline Brumfield to William Workman and Rachel Spry 10 acres at Mouth of Little Harts Creek for $175 16 September 1909
Calls of Land Allotted to Rachel Spry from the Paris Brumfield Estate (Lot 7) 80 acres below Little Hart p. 106
Allen and Hollena Brumfield to Sarah Mullins and Mary A. Vance 25 acres Bridge Branch for $12 24 December 1903 p. 108-109
Charles Brumfield to Caroline Brumfield Three Tracts on Ike Fry Branch 07 August 1894 p. 111-112
Hollena and Wesley Ferguson, Ward Brumfield, Hendrix and Georgia Brumfield, to Charlie Brumfield 100 acres Guyan River 20 March 1907 Charles Adkins, JP p. 113-114
David and Alice Dingess to Caroline Brumfield 50 acres on Lower Branch of Little Harts Creek for $200 02 January 1909 Charles Adkins, JP p. 114-115
Walton and Daisy Brumfield to L.C. Denison 156, 59, 72 acres on Big and Shingle Branches of Big Ugly Creek 18 July 1908 p. 292-294
Enos and Lettice M. Adkins to Martha J. Dial 93 acres East Fork of Big Harts Creek for $250 12 June 1893 Elias Vance, JP p. 308-309
Note: I copied all of these deeds.
Appalachia, Beatrice Adkins, Big Creek, Bill Adkins, Bob Brumfield, Bob Dingess, Caroline Brumfield, Chapmanville, Charley Brumfield, Coal Branch City, Cora Adkins, Dallas McComas, Dr. Ferrell, Fisher B. Adkins, genealogy, Harts, Hawkins Perry, Herb Adkins, history, Hollena Ferguson, Huntington, Indiana, Jeff Mullins, Jessie Brumfield, Joe Brumfield, Lincoln County, Logan, Logan Banner, Minerva Brumfield, New Orleans, teacher, Tom Brumfield, Valparaiso, Verna Johnson, Ward Brumfield, West Fork, West Virginia, Whirlwind
An unknown correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on January 14, 1927:
After all the sadness and sorrow Harts has mingled back again.
Mrs. Ward Brumfield met the county court in Hamlin Monday to be appointed Ward Brumfield’s administrator.
Mrs. Charles Brumfield is looking after business matters in Logan this week.
Miss Cora Adkins spent Saturday in Huntington.
Herbert Adkins was a business caller in Huntington Monday.
Mrs. Hollena Ferguson spent several days in Logan visiting friends.
Hawkins Perry is our new operator here this week.
Mrs. Toney Johnson from New Orleans is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Chas. Brumfield.
Wonder why Dr. Ferrell of Chapmanville is so interested in Harts now?
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas McComas spent Saturday and Sunday in Huntington.
Mrs. Beatrice Adkins from West Fork was in Harts Saturday.
Miss Jessie Brumfield is progressing nicely with her school at Atenville now.
Bill Adkins will leave here soon for Valparaiso, Indiana where he will be engaged in school for some time.
Mrs. Jeff Mullins of Big Creek spent Saturday visiting relatives here.
Robert Dingess of Whirlwind was a business caller in this town Monday.
Robert and Joe Brumfield are looking after business matters in Logan this week.
Fisher B. Adkins was in Hamlin Monday looking after his contest which will come off the March term of court.
Mrs. Herbert Adkins has purchased a fine radio.
Tom Brumfield seems to be very much pleased these days. Wonder why? Guess the wedding bells will ring soon.
Bill Adkins from Coal Branch City was in town Monday.
Appalachia, Atenville, Beatrice Adkins, Bill Farris, Bob Brumfield, Charleston, Charley Brumfield, Chicago, Clara Adkins, Clara Spry, Democratic Party, Ed Brumfield, Emmett Scaggs, Enos Dial, Fed Adkins, Fred Shelton, genealogy, Hal Holton, Harts, Hendricks Brumfield, history, J.M. Marcum, Jack Marcum, Jessie Brumfield, Lace Marcum, Lincoln County, Logan Banner, Mae Caines, Perva B. Johnson, Ranger, Republican Party, Toney, W.B. Toney, West Fork
An unknown correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on November 2, 1926:
Everybody is very busy electioneering for E.F. Scaggs and J.M. Marcum here.
Attorney Lace Marcum of Huntington spent the week with Charles Brumfield and family.
Robert Brumfield is seriously ill at this writing.
W.B. Toney of Toney was calling on Miss Clara Spry Sunday.
Enos Dials seems to be all smiles these days. Wonder why? I guess he has got a sweetie after all.
Miss Clara Adkins was the guest of Mrs. Bill Farris at Atensville Friday.
Jack Marcum of Ranger was in town Saturday.
Mrs. Beatrice Adkins of the West Fork was in town Saturday.
Ed Brumfield was calling on one of his best girls at Toney Sunday.
…progressing nicely with her school at Atensville.
Fred Shelton was in town Sunday evening.
Miss Jessie Brumfield is progressing…
Hendrix Brumfield is very busy these days telling the folks why he is a Democrat.
We have been informed today that Fed Adkins, a Democrat, has turned over to be a Republican now.
Message was received today that Miss Perva B. Johnson has arrived safely in Chicago.
Misses Jessie Brumfield and Mae Caines were seen out horse back riding Saturday evening.
Hallie Holton of Charleston is the guest of friends and relatives here.
Annie Dingess, Appalachia, Bob Dingess, Cecil Brumfield, Charley Brumfield, Charley Evans, Dixie Adams, farming, genealogy, Gillis Adams, Harts Creek, history, Holden, Hoover Fork, Howard Adams, Inez Dingess, Isom Glover, Jake Workman, Logan Banner, Lucy Dingess, Mag Brumfield, Monaville, Mud Fork, Queens Ridge, Roxie Workman, Thompson Branch, Ula Adams, Wayne County, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on May 21, 1926:
How do you do, old Banner? Glad to see you again.
We are having some rainy weather at this writing.
Jake Workman, of Holden, is visiting his parents of this place this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Isom Glover of Mud Fork were visiting homefolks Sunday of Thompson Branch.
Gillis Adams of Monaville spent the weekend with homefolks of Hoover.
Charley Evans of Mud Fork attended church here Sunday.
Chas. Brumfield passed through our vicinity last week attending business affairs.
Robert Dingess made a flying trip… [cropped]
[cropped]… ill for the past week or so but is able to be out again.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brumfield, a baby girl.
Mrs. Roxie Workman of Holden has returned home from a visit with her parents of Queen’s Ridge.
Misses Inez and Lucy Dingess were… [cropped]
[cropped]…downhearted Sunday? Cheer up, Freda, maybe it’s not so.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dingess was out car riding Sunday.
Jake Workman was calling on Miss Ula Adams Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams are very busy farming this year.
Note: Queens Ridge P.O., located in Wayne County, served Harts Creek in Lincoln and Logan counties. The above news is for Harts Creek area, not Wayne County.
Anthelia Gore, Arminta Thompson, Caroline Dingess, Charley Brumfield, Charley Curry, Dump Farley, Dyke Garrett, Ella Workman, Farabell McCloud, Floyd Hager, Frances Adkins, genealogy, George Thompson, Harts Creek, James A. Hager, James Messer, James P. Mullins, James Williamson, Jesse Gore, John Chapman, Josephus Workman, Julia Browning, Lena Chapman, Logan County, Lucinda Hall, Margaret Vance, Pat Anna Dingess, Richard Kirk, Rosa B. Farmer, Sarah Ann McCloud, Susan McCloud, U.S. Richards, Van B. Prince, Vinson Collins, West Virginia, Wilson Abbott
The following list of Logan County marriages for 1890 reveals the names of preachers operating in the Harts Creek area. This is a “working list” and will be updated. The source for this material is “Marriages-Births-Deaths, 1872-1892,” pages 62-64, which is located at the Logan County Clerk’s Office in Logan, WV. Many thanks to the county clerks and their employees who have always been so helpful to my research these past twenty-five years. NOTE: Marriage records for the Lincoln County section of the community are unavailable.
Van B. Prince 23 February 1890 James Williamson and M.J. McCloud
Van B. Prince 25 March 1890 A.S. Lowe and Susan McCloud
Van B. Prince 28 March 1890 James Rose and Mary Marcum
Van B. Prince 17 April 1890 Vinson A. Collins and B. Ella Workman
Van B. Prince 25 April 1890 James Messer and Margarett Vance
J.P. Mullins 18 May 1890 John Chapman and Lena Chapman
Van B. Prince 23 May 1890 U.S. Richards and Pat Anna Dingess
Josephus Workman 25 May 1890 Wilson Abbott and Rosa B. Farmer
Van B. Prince 3 July 1890 Richard Kirk and Sarah Ann McCloud
M.V. Prince 19 July 1890 Floyd Hager and Farabell McCloud
Josephus Workman 14 September 1890 George B. Farley and Lucinda Hall
Van B. Prince 23 October 1890 James A. Hager and Julia Browning
Josephus Workman __ November 1890 Jesse Gore and Araminta Thompson
Van B. Prince 9 November 1890 Charley Curry and Frances Adkins
Josephus Workman 13 November 1890 George Thompson and Anthelia Gore
Dyke Garrett 27 November 1890 Charley Brumfield and Caroline Dingess
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