B.R. Bledsoe, Big Creek, C&O Railroad, Camp Lee, Charlie McCoy, Daniel Nelson, Ferrellsburg, General Adkins, Hamlin, Ira J. Adkins, Isaac Marion Nelson, J.M. "Doc" Mullins, Jane Lucas, John B. Lucas, Lincoln County, Lincoln Democrat, Marie Nelson, Olive Nelson, Ranger, West Virginia, World War I
An unnamed local correspondent from Ferrellsburg in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Democrat printed on Thursday, March 21, 1918:
Born — To Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas a fine baby boy.
Private John Lucas of Camp Lee is here to spend a few days with us again.
Rev. I.M. Nelson is improving.
C.S. McCoy section foreman here will soon leave us to take charge of section at Ranger, leaving D. Mullins to take charge of the work here.
B.R. Bledsoe of Big Creek was here Sunday.
I.J. Adkins and General Adkins were visitors at Hamlin during court.
Born — To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nelson a fine baby girl.