Blair, WV

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Blair, Logan County, West Virginia
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9 Responses to Blair, WV

  1. roger coots says:

    We rented the upstairs apt in the two story building just next to Curts store in 1967 while dad (Jack Coots) was in Vietnam. That was mother Margret mullins Coots, brother Jackie me Roger and sister Debra then moved to Madison in the big house on the hill across from funeral home does anybody have pictures my grand pa was ed mullins and james coots

  2. Shelby Burgess says:

    I have her as Mae Perry,prior to her marriage to Other Palmer Cook. She was probably buried with the other Perrys around the hilli from the Burgess/Mullins side.One old Perry who was in the Civil war had a marker there. I put a small flag on h is grave, as well as the other war vets in the cemetery. each visit

  3. Fred Rushden says:

    i will have to take another look around in the summer with photos or video. Last time I was there I had to beware of a lot of poison ivy; guess I’ll take some “Roundup along’.

  4. Fred Rushden says:

    Thanks, Shelby
    I’ll take an other look the next time I am in the Logan area.

  5. Fred Rushden says:

    Curtis Reeves was my uncle; my mother was Eathel Cook whose sister Pearl was Curtis’ wife. My mother’s mother, Margaret Mae Cook, wife of Other Palmer Cook, died of the Flu in 1918 and was buried in the White Oak cemetery with only a rock as a headstone. I wish I knew which was hers so we could place a marker at her grave. Maybe you know someone who knows someone who knows which is hers. If so please post here so we can talk. I’m on Facebook. Thanks.

    • Shelby Burgess says:

      Fred :
      The first four rows of graves in the White Oak Cemetery are the old line of Burgess’, Mullins,. The graves you are searching for is probably around the hill a bit further. A few graves in that area have markers, mostly P erry and other family names. I will be there for our annual Dinner Meeting Memorial day (Sunday). I knew those names you mentioned well. I am not on Facebook

      Shelby B.