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Benjamin “Ben” Adams (1855-1910), son of Joseph and Dicy (Mullins) Adams, was a prominent logger, splasher, distiller, and tavern operator at Warren-Spottswood in Logan County, WV. He was a key participant in the Lincoln County Feud.

Ben Adams Cabin

Ben Adams residence (built 1892), located on Harts Creek between the mouth of Trace Fork and Smokehouse Fork in Logan County, WV. Photo taken c.1995.

Bell Adams well 2

Ben Adams well, Trace Fork of Harts Creek, Logan County, WV. Photo taken c.1996.

Ben Adams homeplace on Trace

Ben Adams home and still site on Trace Fork of Harts Creek, Logan County, WV. Photo taken c.1996.

Ben Adams millstone 1

Ben Adams millstone on Trace Fork of Harts Creek, Logan County, WV. Photo taken c.1996.

Ben Adams Scale 1

Ben Adams scale

Ben Adams Scale 2

Ben Adams scale

Book 1 Page 26

Ben Adams Baptism Record, Pilgrims Rest United Baptist Church Record.

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Ben Adams grave, Trace Fork of Harts Creek, Logan County, WV. October 2014. Photo by Kathy Adams.