A.F. Morris, Alvin Linville, Andrew J. Browning, Appalachia, Big Branch, Big Ugly Creek, C&O Railroad, C.C. Fry, C.W. Campbell, Carroll District, Charles Brumfield, coal, Cole Branch, Cora Adkins, Delana Thompson, Dick Elkins Branch, E.W. Holley, Emzy Adkins, Fourteen Mile Creek, gas, genealogy, Georgia Perry, Harts Creek, Harts Creek District, history, Ike Fry Branch, Isaac Gartin, J.H. Meek, J.W. White, James M. Toney, John Adkins, John Dingess, John P. Frye, John W. Robertson, John W. Tomblin, Josephine Robinson, Keenan Toney, Laura Aldridge, Lincoln County, Mary White, O.J. Spurlock, oil, Patton Thompson, Rockhouse Fork, Roma Spears, Sarah A. Perry, Thomas Browning, Wash Dempsey, William Manns, Wilson and Sons
The following deed index is based on Deed Book 60 at the Lincoln County Clerk’s Office in Hamlin, WV, and relates to residents of the Harts Creek community. Most notations reflect Harts Creek citizens engaged in local land transactions; some reflect Harts Creek citizens engaged in land transactions outside of the community. These notes are meant to serve as a reference to Deed Book 60. Researchers who desire the most accurate version of this material are urged to consult the actual record book.
A.F. Morris, special commissioner, and E.W. Holley to John P. Fry 75 acres Fourteen Mile Creek 13 January 1900 p.72-73
Laura Aldridge to C.C. Fry 3 acres Big Ugly Creek 17 May 1909 p. 79-80
William Manns et ux to Josephine Robinson 75 acres Big Harts Creek 19 February 1887 p. 82
Georgia Perry to John W. Robertson timber Big Branch Harts Creek 23 December 1909 p. 83-84
Sarah A. Perry to Georgia Perry 19 acres Ridge Between Dick Elkins Branch and Rockhouse Fork 14 September 1906 p. 85-86
Sarah A. Perry to Georgia Perry 26 acres Big Branch Harts Creek 15 September 1906 p. 86-87
Isaac G. Gartin to James M. Toney 56 acres and 35 1/4 acres Harts Creek District 3 January 1899 p. 125-127
Patten and Delana Thompson to J.W. and Mary White 102 acres and 22 acres Carroll District 22 February 1887 p. 136-137
Alvin Linville et ux to Roma Spears et ux 32 acres Big Ugly Creek 28 January 1910 p. 213-214
A.F. Morris et ux to Romie Spears et ux 32 acres Big Ugly Creek 19 July 1910 p. 214-215
J.H. Meek, trustee, to C&O Railway Company right of way Harts Creek District 30 June 1910 p. 283-284
John W. Tomblin et ux to K.E. Toney 100 acres interest in coal, oil, cas, etc. Big Harts Creek 13 August 1910 p. 300-301
John Adkins et ux to K.E. Toney 45 acres interest in coal, oil, gas, etc. Lower Big Branch 5 July 1910 p. 301-302
Emzy Adkins et ux to Cora Adkins 40 acres Harts Creek District 4 February 1905 p. 304-305
Charles Brumfield et ux to Wilson and Sons 100 acres Ike Fry Branch 12 may 1902 T.J. Wysong, notary public p. 375-376
A.F. Morris et ux to O.J. Spurlock 100 acres Big Ugly Creek 16 November 1909 p. 412-413
Andrew J. Browning et ux to K.E. Toney 200 acres coal, oil, gas, etc. Big Harts Creek 10 August 1910 JP Charles Adkins 17 August 1910 p. 425-426
Wash Dempsey et al to Thomas Browning Big Harts Creek 24 January 1905 p. 426-427
C.W. Campbell, special commissioner, to John Dingess Coal Branch 16 August 1898 p. 442-443
Note: I copied all of these deeds.
Appalachia, Big Ugly Creek, Charleston, Edna Brumfield, Fourth of July, genealogy, history, Leet, Lillie Curry, Lincoln County, Logan Banner, Thelma Huffman, Tom Lambert, Wayne Brumfield, West Virginia
A correspondent named “Black Eye” from Leet on Big Ugly Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on July 13, 1923:
Mrs. L. Huffman entertained a bunch of friends and guests for dinner on the Fourth. A delightful dinner was served.
Miss Thelma Huffman is on a vacation in Charleston visiting friends.
The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lambert last Sunday and took their new born babe away.
Mr. Wayne Brumfield was the guest of Thelma Huffman Sunday.
Miss Edna Brumfield and Lonnie Lambert are engaged to be married July 15th.
The Death Angel visited the home of Mrs. Lillie Curry and took her husband away last Saturday morning.
NOTE: Lon and Edna married on December 26, 1923 in Lincoln County, WV.
Appalachia, Belva Reynolds, Big Ugly Creek, Bill Cooper, Bob Gilbert, Bruce Hatfield, Bunch Lambert, Charleston, Edith Frye, Edna Brumfield, Emma Lucas, Eunice Deal, Evermont Ward Spears, genealogy, Georgia Smith, Gertie Smith, Gill, Green Shoal, H.M. Gill, history, Irvin Lucas, James Gue, Kentucky, Laura Frye, Leet, Lillie Curry, Lincoln County, Lindsey Huffman, Lizzie Payne, Logan, Logan Banner, Lucas, Luther Harper, Milt Ferrell, Pea Ridge, Pearl Brumfield, Shorty Toney, Sid Nelson, teacher, Thelma Huffman, Tom Frye, Virginia Brumfield, Wayne Brumfield, Weltha Lambert, West Virginia, Willie Payne
A correspondent named “Red Wings” from Leet on Big Ugly Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on November 9, 1923:
We are having some nice weather at this writing.
We certainly are having some real good meetings at this place. Most everybody enjoyed themselves going.
Miss Edna Brumfield is teaching school at Green Shoal, W.Va.
Miss Lizzie Payne arrived home Saturday evening.
Miss Girtie Smith, Laura and Edith Frye were the dinner guests of Miss Thelma Huffman Saturday.
Miss Lillie and Lonnie (Lincoln?) attended church Sunday at Lucas, W.Va.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Spears a fine girl baby.
Mr. Wayne Brumfield was calling on Miss Thelma Huffman Sunday and Thursday night.
Mr. Willie Payne has returned home after visiting friends and relatives in Kentucky.
Mr. Sid Nelson and Miss Lillie Curry were united in wedlock this week.
Miss Pearl Brumfield visited home folks Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gue made a flying trip to Gill, W.Va., Friday.
Mr. Bruce Hatfield was calling on Miss Weltha Lambert Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Harper visited home folks last week.
Mrs. Georgia Smith is on the sick list now. We hope she will soon recover.
Mr. Lindsey Huffman returned to Logan Sunday.
Miss Belva Reynolds visited Miss Thelma Huffman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cooper are taking a vacation on Pea Ridge, W.Va.
Mr. Wayne Brumfield will spend a few days in Charleston this week.
Mr. Irvin Lucas was calling at the home of Miss Eunice Deal Sunday evening.
Mr. Tom Frye was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Huffman Sunday.
Miss Thelma Huffman and Miss Pearl Brumfield were seen out horse back riding Sunday.
Miss Virginia Brumfield was shopping in Logan Saturday.
Bunch Lambert, Bob Gilbert, and Shorty Toney were seen riding down the big road Sunday morning.
Mr. Emma Lucas went to church Sunday at Gill, W.Va.
Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Gill attended church Sunday.
Mr. Milt Ferrell seems to be very ill now. Hope he will be able to be out again soon.
Appalachia, Big Ugly Creek, Bill Brumfield, Coal River, Edna Brumfield, Everett Paisley, genealogy, Gertie Smith, history, John Gartin, Leet, Lennie Brumfield, Lillie Curry, Lillie Lucas, Lincoln County, Lizzy Huffman, Logan, Logan Banner, Lonnie Lambert, Lucas School, Maud Frye, Minnie Frye, Nora Lucas, Sam Lambert, Thelma Huffman, West Virginia
A correspondent named “Daisy” from Leet on Big Ugly Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on October 26, 1923:
We are certainly having some nice weather at this writing.
Miss Thelma Huffman has returned home from her week’s vacation on Coal River, visiting friends and relatives.
Mrs. Lillie Curry entertained company Sunday, Mr. Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brumfield spent a few days at Leet, W.Va., visiting the old folks.
The big revival meeting will begin Sunday at Leet.
Mr. John Gartin of Hart held meeting at the Lucas school building Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Lizzy Huffman were seen out car riding Sunday.
Miss Lennie Brumfield were calling on Miss Lambert Sunday morning.
Miss Lillie Lucas visited home folks Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Misses Everett Paisley were the guests of Miss Huffman Sunday.
Mr. Lonnie Lambert was calling at the home of Miss Edna Brumfield Sunday.
One of Sam Lambert’s horses fell dead while hauling on the road Wednesday.
Miss Thelma Huffman and Miss Edna Brumfield were shopping in Logan last Saturday.
Miss Minnie and Maud Frye were out horseback riding Sunday.
Miss Gertie Smith went chestnut gathering yesterday.
Miss Nora Lucas seems to be enjoying herself fine these days.
We’ll leave the rest for White Hill.
Big Ugly Creek, Edna Brumfield, genealogy, George Hager, Georgia Huffman, Girty Smith, Hazel Toney, history, Leet, Lincoln County, Logan, Logan Banner, Lucy Reynolds, Thelma Huffman, Tinnie Brumfield, Wayne Brumfield, Wealtha Lambert, West Virginia
A correspondent named “Black Head” from Leet on Big Ugly Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 29, 1923:
Here we come again as before, making folks interested in the Dear Old Banner.
We had a nice meeting at the Lucas school house Sunday, also baptizing.
Mr. Wayne C. Brumfield attended church Sunday.
Miss Thelma E. Huffman enjoyed herself Sunday with Mr. Brumfield.
Miss Wealtha Lambert was the guest of Miss Thelma Huffman Sunday.
Mr. George Hager and Miss Girty Smith were seen out horse back riding.
Hazel M. Toney visited her grandmother recently.
Miss Tinnie Brumfield entertained a lot of company Sunday.
Edna Brumfield seems to be awful downhearted. She didn’t go anyplace Sunday. We hope she will soon cheer up.
Lucy Reynolds made a flying trip to the dentist in Logan one day last week.
Mrs. Georgia Huffman and little kids are coming to visit Mrs. L. Huffman.
There have been a lot of boys and girls in bathing here.
Some Combinations: Wayne and his sweetie, Lomie and his house, Tillie and her pink smock, Wealth and her parasol, Hazel going to grandma’s, Thelma and her hoe going to the cornfield, Forest and a por(?) fish.
A.J. Gill, Ance Curry, Appalachia, Bell Gue, Big Ugly Creek, Billy Sunday, farming, genealogy, George Hager, Georgia Smith, Gertie Smith, history, James Gue, Leet, Lillie Lucas, Lincoln County, Linza Huffman, Logan Banner, Sand Creek, Thelma Huffman, Wayne Brumfield, Weltha Lambert, West Virginia
A correspondent named “Red Rose and Smiles” from Leet on Big Ugly Creek in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Logan Banner printed on June 15, 1923:
We are having nice weather at this writing.
The boys and girls of Leet are enjoying themselves playing ball.
Our Sunday school is progressing nicely.
Mrs. Linza Huffman is very ill at present. We hope she will soon be enjoying good health.
Miss Thelma Huffman has made a flying trip to Logan to attend the Billy Sunday meetings.
There has been several mad dogs around the creek in the last week.
Crops and gardens are looking fine around Leet, and young chickens are getting ripe for the frying pan.
Mr. A.J. Gill and wife seem to be very busy in the store, as there is plenty of business here.
Mrs. Georgie Smith and family were visiting Mrs. L. Huffman Sunday. They spent a long happy day with her.
Mr. Ance Curry of Leet is very ill and there will be prayer service at his home tonight.
Mr. Wayne C. Brumfield was calling at the home of Miss Thelma Huffman Sunday, but she had gone to Logan.
Mr. George Hager called on Miss Gertie Smith Sunday.
Miss Weltha Lambert was out horseback riding Sunday.
Miss Lillie Lucas and sister were calling on friends in Sand Creek Sunday.
Mrs. Bell Gue seems to be enjoying life these cool days, as she is through hoeing corn for a few days.
James Gue will hold a protracted meeting in Leet soon. Come on, Jim. We like to hear you preach.