Whirlwind News 04.12.1927

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An unnamed correspondent from Whirlwind on Big Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 12, 1927:

All the farmers are getting very busy in our vicinity, especially Wayne Adams.

Miss Unice Farley of Mud Fork was visiting her parents of Harts Tuesday.

May Robinson says she don’t know which one of the boys she loves best, Cole or Cary.

They are all taking a vote to find out which is the wisest man in town. Look out, Daniel, you’ll be the one.

Wonder why Jim Thompson didn’t want any pillow?

Wonder why Sid Mullins never visits Hoover any more?

Working is all the go among the farmers. Guess the men are getting plenty of chicken.

Daniel McCloud was calling on his best friends at Mollie Robinson’s on Sunday night.

Daniel and his sweet potatoes; Philip sowing oats; Edna going to the store; Ollie and his silk socks.

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Sid Mullins and his oldest sister Miss Dixie Mullins went on a business trip to Logan Friday.

Charley Mullins was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams Friday.

Tom Mullins went to see his mother on Twelvepole Thursday evening. She is very ill at this time.

E. Hatfield Survey (1878)

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E. Hatfield survey, 95 1/2 acres, Mate Creek (1878), Surveyors Record Book B, page __, Logan County Clerk’s Office, Logan, WV. Note: This property is located in present-day Mingo County.

Cline Property in Magnolia District (1865-1879)

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The following land information is derived from Land Book 1866-1872 and Land Book 1873-1874 at the Logan County Clerk’s Office in Logan, WV:

Jacob Cline’s Estate (of Logan County)

No property listed in 1865.

1866: Magnolia Township

5000 acres Sandy River $0.30 per acre $150 building $1500 total

225 acres Grape Vine of Sandy River $1 per acre no building $225 total

1867: Magnolia Township

5000 acres Sandy River $0._0 per acre $180 building $1500 total

255 acres Grape Vine Sandy River $1 per acre no building $255 total

1868: Magnolia Township

5000 acres Sandy River $0.31 1/2 per acre $180 building $1575 total

255 acres Grape Vine of Sandy $1.05 per acre no building $267.75 total

1869: Magnolia Township

5000 acres On Sandy River $0.37 1/2 per acre $180 building $1575 total

255 acres Grapevine of Sandy River $1.05 per acre no building $267.75 total

1870: Magnolia Township

5000 acres Sandy River $0.31 1/2 per acre $180 building $1575 total

255 acres Grape Vine of Sandy River $1.05 per acre no building $267.75 total

1871-1874: Magnolia Township

5000 acres Sandy River $0.35 per acre $180 building $1750 total

255 acres Grapevine Creek $1.05 per acre no building $267.75 total

1875: Magnolia District

5000 acres Grape Vine and Sandy $0.36 per acre $50 building $1800

[Note: No indication of who received the 255-acre tract. Note also: This record notes “Jacob Cline’s Heirs” as being located in Kentucky–not Logan County.]

1876: Magnolia District

5000 acres Grape Vine and Sandy [blank] $50 building [blank]

[Note: Jacob Cline’s Heirs located in Kentucky.]

1877: Magnolia District

No records available for Magnolia District

1878: Magnolia District

3500 acres Grapevine Creek and Sandy River $0.28 5/8 per acre $50 building $1001 total

[Note: This record reads “value proportion by parts.”]

1879: Magnolia District

No records available for Magnolia District

Jacob Cline, Jr. (of Logan County)

No property listed from 1865-1870.

1871: Magnolia Township

78 acres Hickory Gap Fork Ben Creek $1.05 per acre no building $81.90 total

[Transferred to Cline from William Collins in 1871. In 1872, Cline transferred this tract to Julius Williamson.]

Salena Estep Deed to Nettie Toney (1909)

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Deed Book __, page __, Lincoln County Clerk’s Office, Hamlin, WV. For those familiar with the Lincoln County Feud, note description as the “Elisha Vance, Canaan Adkins and John Runyon lands.”

Anderson Hatfield Deposition Relating to Civil War Case (1869)

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The deposition of Anderson Hatfield taken on the 20th day of August 1869 at the house of Greenville Taylor near the mouth of Peter Creek in Pike County Ky. To be read as evidence in behalf of the defendant (Jacob Cline) in the suit of M.C.W. Sowards, Lewis Sowards, and Thos. J. Sowards, plantiff, against Jacob Cline, defendant, pending in Pike Circuit Court.

The deponent Anderson Hatfield of lawful age and being by me first sworn deposeth and says:

Question: State your age residence and occupation.

Ans. I am 30 years old my residence in Logan Co., West Virginia. My occupation is farmer.

Question by same: Are you acquainted with the defendant Jacob Cline?

Ans. Yes sir.

Question by : Do you or not know how deft Cline happened to go with the squad to take Sowards goods at Peach Orchard Ky.?

Ans. He had come back from the Federal army and give up to the rebels and they were talking around that if he did not join the rebels that they would kill him and he joined the rebels under these circumstances and went to Peach Orchard. He made several excuses to get out of going but none of them were availing and he had to go.

Question by same. Did he go willingly or unwillingly?

Ans. He went unwillingly.

Question by same. State if you know where defendant Cline was at the time Sowards goods were taken.

Ans. He was on the point this side of the store of Sowards. Something near half a mile distant. He was placed there as a _____.

Question by same. Do you or not know who got the goods after they were taken from Sowards?

Ans. I do not know who all did get goods.

Question by same. Did Jacob Cline get any of the goods taken?

Ans. If he did I do not know it. He did not take any from the store. I was with him and come out with him from there and if he had any goods I did not see them. If he had any goods I think I would have certainly seen them.

Question by same. Would he not have endangered his life by refusing to go, taking everything into consideration that is all the surrounding circumstances of the case?

Ans. He was threatened that if he did not join the company and go he would be killed and this was by men who did kill sometimes.

Question by same. State as near as you can the amount of goods taken from Sowards also how much they had in store at the time of the robbery.

Ans. I don’t think there was exceeding $500.00 worth of goods in Sowards store at the time and I think $300.00 would be the greatest possible amount of the goods taken. And further this deponent saith not.

Attest. Abe C. Ferrell, Ex                                           Anderson (his mark) Hatfield

1 days attendance 26 miles $2.04

State of Kentucky

Pike County

I Abe C. Ferrell Examiner for County and state aforesaid do certify that the foregoing deposition of Anderson Hatfield was taken before me and was read to and subscribed by him in my presence at the time and place and in the action mentioned in the caption the said Anderson Hatfield having been by me first sworn that the evidence he should give in the action should be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth and his statement reduced to writing by me in his presence the defendant Jacob Cline being above present at the examination. Given under my hand this 20th day of August 1869.

Abe C. Ferrell, Examiner

Pike Co.

Examiners Fee 1 Deposition $1.00

Entering 1 witness 25 80 miles $4.00 $4.25

                                                            $5.25

                                                            $2.04

1 witness claim                                    $7.29

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[On the reverse side of the last paper:]

Jacob Cline & C

Ans: Deposition of Anderson Hatfield

M.C.W. Sowards & C

Filed Aug 24th 1869.

Abe C. Ferrell, D. for R.M. Ferrell, CPC

Whirlwind News 04.08.1927

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An unnamed correspondent from Whirlwind on Big Harts Creek in Logan County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on April 8, 1927:

We are having some very fine weather at this writing and everybody is preparing for farming.

Tucker Hensley of White Oak was a visitor to this creek Saturday.

Ireland Mullins was calling on his best girl on Hoover Saturday.

James Thompson has returned from his honeymoon trip, and everybody is wondering why he is looking so blue.

William Mullins was the guest of Daniel McCloud Saturday afternoon. The whole family were glad to see him back after his long absence.

We are listening for wedding bells to ring on Buck Fork. Hurry up, Fred.

Jesse Carter of Monaville was visiting relatives on Hoover Saturday.

George Adams is attending to business at Logan this week.

Howard Adams was visiting on Hoover Sunday.

Harts News 12.11.1925

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An unnamed correspondent from Harts in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on December 11, 1925:

Seems to be a busy day at Harts. Every body at work.

Mrs. Nora Brumfield is teaching a very successful school here.

Mrs. F.D. Adkins is ill at this writing.

Mrs. Wealtha Gore of Williamson was visiting relatives of this place Sunday.

Mrs. Watson Adkins was calling on Mrs. R.L. Powers Sunday.

Mrs. L.D. Adkins was calling on Mrs. Fred Adkins Monday.

Mr. Floyd Dingess was calling on Mr. Herb Adkins Sunday.

Mrs. Beatrice Adkins was calling on Mrs. Catherine Adkins Friday.

Miss Pearl Adkins has been doing quite a lot of sewing and embroidering in the past month. Wonder who is going to get Xmas presents.

Miss Jessie Brumfield was seen passing through Harts Sunday.

Miss Sylvia Shelton and Mrs. Kyle Topping of Atenville were calling on friends at Harts Friday.

Mr. Albert Fry of Ranger was calling on Mr. Lewis Dempsey Sunday.

Mr. Bill Adkins was a caller at Mr. Luther Dempsey’s Sunday.

Combinations: Fred and his mule teams; Herb and his new shoes; Jessie and her spring coat; Inez and her apron; Pearl and her hose; James and his pups; Samuel and his books; Bill and his girls; Luther and his friends; Sadie going to the store; Rinda in her kitchen; Mae and her friends; Nora and her school; Catherine and her checkered dress; Bessie and her pencil; Robert staying with the children; Curtis and his new clothes; Marguerite and her basket; Den and his girl; Edgar and his wagon; Luther and his sore arm; Robert and his new job; Henry and his handcar; Blain and his bottle.

Mrs. James Porter has been on the sick list for a few days.

Mr. Albert Cabell was visiting Mr. F.D. Adkins Monday night.

Misses Nola and Lola Adkins were calling on Miss Pearl Adkins Tuesday.

Mr. Wes Smith and Albert Cabell were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brumfield Tuesday.