Appalachia, Big Creek, C.J. Shelton, Chapmanville, David Woods, genealogy, history, Hugh Butcher, John Dingess, Liza Conley, Logan, Logan County, Logan County Banner, Mary Chambers, Mary Dingess, Mary Stone, Nettie Cabell, Rocky School, West Virginia
An unknown local correspondent from Chapmanville in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan County Banner printed on October 16, 1897:
David Woods of Illinois is visiting friends at this place.
Miss Mary Stone, a bright little brunette, was calling on friends here Tuesday.
Mr. Hugh Butcher and Miss Nettie Cabell were quietly married on Big creek last Saturday.
Mrs. Dr. _____ visited her parents at Peck Sunday.
Miss Mary Chambers, one of Crawley’s charming belles, was calling on her many friends in this city last week.
Miss Mary Dingess is attending the Rocky school.
Madam rumor says that one of our old maids will soon leave the state of single blessedness for the sake of one of Big Creek’s most prominent widowers.
Miss Liza Conley and John Dingess were the guests of Dr. C.J. Shelton Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Turley of Logan passed through the city Sunday.