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Kanawha County, WV
Gossip and Visiting News

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Dr. J.C. Barr, pastor of Kanawha Presbyterian Church, Charleston, who has been the guest of Dr. A.R. Barbee and family, returned to Charleston today to preach the funeral sermon of Dr. Snyder. [The Weekly Register. (Point Pleasant, Va. [W. Va.]), 21 Sept. 1898]

We had a pleasant call Friday from Thomas W. Collins, Esq., of Kanawha county, one of the members of the Board of Directors of the West Virginia Penitentiary. [The Weekly Register. (Point Pleasant, Va. [W. Va.]), 01 July 1885]

Mrs. J.W. Dixon and son, Billy, of Charleston, W.Va., have been here a few days visiting her mother, Mrs. Helen Gearhart. [The Big Sandy News. (Louisa, Ky.), 06 May 1921]

Holly Hunter of Charleston was visiting relatives and friends at this place last week. The Weekly Register. (Point Pleasant, Va. [W. Va.]), 01 Aug. 1906]

L.G. Lundquist left Saturday for Charleston, W.Va., where he will be employed.  He has been here for sometime in the office of the Continental Supply Company. [The Big Sandy News. (Louisa, Ky.), 06 May 1921]

George Lusk, of Charleston, was visiting his parents Sunday. The Weekly Register. (Point Pleasant, Va. [W. Va.]), 01 Aug. 1906]

Thomas C. Miller, of Charleston, is in the city. [Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Bluefield, WV) 5 Jun 1901, Wed.]

G.Ben Neeler of Charleston, is in the city visiting his cousin D.G. Lilly.  [Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Bluefield, WV) 18 Dec 1901, Wed]

Forrest Sammons was here a few hours Sunday from Charleston, W.Va., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Sammons.  He was accompanied by his little son, Lucian. [The Big Sandy News. (Louisa, Ky.), 06 May 1921]

Telephone People on Inspection Tour:  W. T. Williamson, of Charleston, division superintendent of the Bell Telephone Company; C. F. Roddy, of Atlanta, Ga., of the same company, and Miss Supple, of Charleston, operator instructress in this district are registered at the Bluefield Inn. The party is here on their inspection tour which takes them over all the territory in this section of the state. [Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Bluefield, WV) 13 Dec 1904, Tue]




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