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Colin Fleming Jones
Colin Fleming Jones
22 Apr 2006 
 
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Death Certificate - Henry F. Jones
Death Certificate - Henry F. Jones
 
 
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Death Certificate - James Sumner Jones
Death Certificate - James Sumner Jones
 
 
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Death Certificate - Margaret Marsh Jones
Death Certificate - Margaret Marsh Jones
 
 
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Living
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Death Certificate - Marguerite Jones
Death Certificate - Marguerite Jones
 
 
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Henry F. Jones Civil War Company: Carlin's Battery
Henry F. Jones Civil War Company: Carlin's Battery
 
 
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Henry F. Jones Civil War Discharge Paper
Henry F. Jones Civil War Discharge Paper
 
 
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Henry F. Jones Civil War Discharge Paper (back)
Henry F. Jones Civil War Discharge Paper (back)
 
 
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James Sumner Jones
James Sumner Jones
 
 
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James Sumner Jones - baby
James Sumner Jones - baby
 
 
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James Sumner Jones - baby #2
James Sumner Jones - baby #2
 
 
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James Sumner Jones - 1905
James Sumner Jones - 1905
 
 
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James Sumner Jones - child
James Sumner Jones - child
 
 
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James Sumner Jones - college
James Sumner Jones - college
Washington & Jefferson College, taken 1897-1898 
 
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James Sumner Jones - mini biography
James Sumner Jones - mini biography
 
 
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James Sumner Jones - Presidential Letter
James Sumner Jones - Presidential Letter
 
 
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James Sumner Jones - young man
James Sumner Jones - young man
 
 
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Living
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James Sumner Jones Presidential Letter - Envelope
James Sumner Jones Presidential Letter - Envelope
 
 
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Living
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Jones House - Hazlett Court, Wheeling, WV
Jones House - Hazlett Court, Wheeling, WV
 
 
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Living
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Over 200 Years of Jones Mischief
Over 200 Years of Jones Mischief
1799 Brooke County Court record finding Isaac Jones guilty of allowing card playing in his home; Edward Mobley: pioneer snitch 
 
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Wilbur Stone Jones - Military
Wilbur Stone Jones - Military
 
 
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Wilbur Stone Jones - baby
Wilbur Stone Jones - baby
 
 
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Wilbur Stone Jones - child
Wilbur Stone Jones - child
 
 
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Wilbur Stone Jones - toddler
Wilbur Stone Jones - toddler
 
 
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William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 1
William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 1
Letter from William Jones, writing from Richmond, Virginia, to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martins Ferry, Ohio. He reminisces about previous stays at the Exchange Hotel (presumably from his time as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates) and describes the design of the George Washington Equestrian Monument at Capitol Square, Richmond, then under construction. Mention is also made of the family having recently received vaccinations and Elizabeth (Lizzie) recovering from disease (likely smallpox). 
 
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William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 2
William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 2
Letter from William Jones, writing from Richmond, Virginia, to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martins Ferry, Ohio. He reminisces about previous stays at the Exchange Hotel (presumably from his time as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates) and describes the design of the George Washington Equestrian Monument at Capitol Square, Richmond, then under construction. Mention is also made of the family having recently received vaccinations and Elizabeth (Lizzie) recovering from disease (likely smallpox). 
 
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William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 3
William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 3
Letter from William Jones, writing from Richmond, Virginia, to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martins Ferry, Ohio. He reminisces about previous stays at the Exchange Hotel (presumably from his time as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates) and describes the design of the George Washington Equestrian Monument at Capitol Square, Richmond, then under construction. Mention is also made of the family having recently received vaccinations and Elizabeth (Lizzie) recovering from disease (likely smallpox). 
 
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William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 4
William Jones Letter 16 Apr 1855 - page 4
Letter from William Jones, writing from Richmond, Virginia, to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martins Ferry, Ohio. He reminisces about previous stays at the Exchange Hotel (presumably from his time as a member of the Virginia House of Delegates) and describes the design of the George Washington Equestrian Monument at Capitol Square, Richmond, then under construction. Mention is also made of the family having recently received vaccinations and Elizabeth (Lizzie) recovering from disease (likely smallpox). 
 
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William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 1
William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 1
Letter from William Jones, of Wellsburg, West Virginia (then Virginia), to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martinsville, Ohio (Martins Ferry was called Martinsville at that time). William describes his trip to Charleston, West Virginia (then Virginia) and visit to his sister's grave. 
 
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William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 2
William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 2
Letter from William Jones, of Wellsburg, West Virginia (then Virginia), to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martinsville, Ohio (Martins Ferry was called Martinsville at that time). William describes his trip to Charleston, West Virginia (then Virginia) and visit to his sister's grave. 
 
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William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 3
William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 3
Letter from William Jones, of Wellsburg, West Virginia (then Virginia), to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martinsville, Ohio (Martins Ferry was called Martinsville at that time). William describes his trip to Charleston, West Virginia (then Virginia) and visit to his sister's grave. 
 
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William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 4
William Jones Letter 20 Apr 1854 - page 4
Letter from William Jones, of Wellsburg, West Virginia (then Virginia), to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, of Martinsville, Ohio (Martins Ferry was called Martinsville at that time). William describes his trip to Charleston, West Virginia (then Virginia) and visit to his sister's grave. 
 
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William Jones Letters Envelope
William Jones Letters Envelope
This envelope, of James Sumner Jones, contained two letters from William Jones to his niece, Mary Jane Jones, one written 20 Apr 1854; the other 16 Apr 1855. 
 
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Wilbur Stone Jones & Mary Calvert Walke Truxtun
Wilbur Stone Jones & Mary Calvert Walke Truxtun
Taken on their honeymoon in Bermuda, September 1933. 
 
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James Sumner Jones - older
James Sumner Jones - older
 
 
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Kenyon Ashe Joyce
Kenyon Ashe Joyce
Possible photo of Kenyon Ashe Joyce dated 16 Feb 1900 
 
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Helen Elizabeth Jones - baby
Helen Elizabeth Jones - baby
 
 
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James Sumner Jones - abt 1917?
James Sumner Jones - abt 1917?
 
 
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Margaret Toliver (Marsh) Jones & Charles W. Jones
Margaret Toliver (Marsh) Jones & Charles W. Jones
 
 
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Living
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Margaret Toliver (Marsh) Jones & Margaret T. Jones
Margaret Toliver (Marsh) Jones & Margaret T. Jones
Margaret and her granddaughter, Margaret probably taken at 32 South Broadway Street, Wheeling, WV 
 
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Helen Elizabeth Jones
Helen Elizabeth Jones
 
 
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Margaret Toliver Marsh
Margaret Toliver Marsh
 
 
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Living
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Charles W. Jones
Charles W. Jones
 
 
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Charles W. Jones & Luella Jones
Charles W. Jones & Luella Jones
 
 
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Charles W. Jones - Warwood, WV?
Charles W. Jones - Warwood, WV?
 
 
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Charles W. Jones - young man
Charles W. Jones - young man
 
 
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Charles W. Jones, Harry F. Jones & Ida Jones
Charles W. Jones, Harry F. Jones & Ida Jones
Charles, Harry and Harry's wife, Ida 
 
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Harry F. Jones - toddler
Harry F. Jones - toddler
 
 
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John H. Jones
John H. Jones
 
 
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Luella Jones
Luella Jones
Luella Jones (in the middle) and Wonder Bread Sales Representatives - 1949 
 
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Anna Mealey (Littleton) Typles
Anna Mealey (Littleton) Typles
Location unknown 
 
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Isaac Jones Constable Appointment - 1828 & 1829
Isaac Jones Constable Appointment - 1828 & 1829
Brooke County Court Records - 29 Dec 1828 and 30 Jun 1829

Wm. Parsons in the 1828 record is Isaac's son-in-law. 
 
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Isaac Jones Constable Appointment - 1831
Isaac Jones Constable Appointment - 1831
Brooke County Court Record - 27 Jun 1831 
 
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Estate Appraisal of Jacob Foulk, Jr.
Estate Appraisal of Jacob Foulk, Jr.
Estate appraisal lists pottery-making equipment indicating that Jacob Foulk, Jr. was a potter. 
 
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Jacob Foulk Heirs
Jacob Foulk Heirs
1826 Brooke County Court Record ordering heirs of Jacob Foulk to appear in court to answer a complaint by Joseph Rose:

The Commonwealth of Virginia to the Sheriff of Brooke County Greeting

We command you that you summon Elisabeth Foulk widow and Elisa Foulk Maria Foulk Delila Foulk and Henry Foulk heirs at law of Jacob Foulk deceased to appear before the Justices or part of any of such commissioners to answer a Bill in chancery exhibited with us by Joseph Rose and this they shall in no wise omit under the penalty of 333 1/2 dollars And have then there this writ witness John Connell clerk of our said Court at the Courthouse this 16 August 1822 and of the Commonwealth 47

Adam Cove for
John Connell CBC [Clerk Brooke County] 
 
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Jones - Stone Marriage Invitation and Newspaper
Jones - Stone Marriage Invitation and Newspaper
 
 
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Jones - Sands Engagement Announcement
Jones - Sands Engagement Announcement
 
 
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Grave - Ada M. Jones
Grave - Ada M. Jones
 
 
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Grave - Anna P. Jones
Grave - Anna P. Jones
 
 
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Grave - Henry F. Jones
Grave - Henry F. Jones
 
 
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Grave - James Sumner Jones
Grave - James Sumner Jones
 
 
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Grave - Marguerite Sands Jones
Grave - Marguerite Sands Jones
 
 
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Grave - Pearson Sands Jones
Grave - Pearson Sands Jones
 
 
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Jones Stone Talson Section of Mausoleum #1
Jones Stone Talson Section of Mausoleum #1
 
 
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Grave - Charles Watkins Jones
Grave - Charles Watkins Jones
 
 
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Grave - Charles Watkins Jones & Luella Jones
Grave - Charles Watkins Jones & Luella Jones
 
 
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Grave - Elizabeth Jones
Grave - Elizabeth Jones
 
 
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Grave - Harry F. Jones
Grave - Harry F. Jones
 
 
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Grave - John H. Jones
Grave - John H. Jones
 
 
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Grave - Margaret M. Jones
Grave - Margaret M. Jones
 
 
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Grave - Mifflin M. Jones
Grave - Mifflin M. Jones
 
 
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Jones Family Marker
Jones Family Marker
 
 
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Grave - William Jones
Grave - William Jones
 
 
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Foulk Family of Monongalia County, [West] Virginia
Foulk Family of Monongalia County, [West] Virginia
Compiled by Millie Covey Fry, January 1999-September 2007, Marietta, Ohio

Please contact the author with any comments or corrections at milliecovey@suddenlink.net. 
 
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Pearson cousins: Jones boys & Clarke girls
Pearson cousins: Jones boys & Clarke girls
Back row: Marguerite & Kathleen Clarke
Front row: Wilbur & Pearson Jones 
 
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Living
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Pearson Sands Jones
Pearson Sands Jones
 
 
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Living
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Death Certificate - Harry Faulk Jones
Death Certificate - Harry Faulk Jones
 
 
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Automobile at 36
Automobile at 36
The Clarkes depart from 36 Orchard Road: Marguerite (Sands) Jones bids goodbye to Norris and Kathern (Pearson) Clarke 
 
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Behind the Jones marker looking north
Behind the Jones marker looking north
 
 
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Bill & Truxie Dancing
Bill & Truxie Dancing
 
 
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Bill & Truxie Dancing 2
Bill & Truxie Dancing 2
 
 
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Birds In Woodsdale
Birds In Woodsdale
Marguerite (Sands) Jones and Pearson Jones hold birds while an unidentified woman with dark hair looks on; J. Sumner Jones clowns around with his mother-in-law, Eddie (Pearson) Sands and then Anna (Stone) Jones enters (wearing medallion); later, Wilbur Stone is visible in the dark suit and hat; after that, Lizzie (Stone) Talson is visible in the shiny dress. 
 
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Brooke Cemetery
Brooke Cemetery
The William Jones grave, located in Section D, lot 102, is the small white marker visible at the top of the hill, just to the right of the mausoleum. 
 
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Living
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Living
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Living
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Death Certificate - John H. Jones
Death Certificate - John H. Jones
 
 
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Golfing, Etc.
Golfing, Etc.
Of the three golfers, Norris Clarke is on the right. Marguerite (Sands) Jones walks towards the camera; after shots of the hotel, a walking J. Sumner Jones tips his hat; Norris Clarke is seen walking with his daughter, Kathleen; brief shot of Kathern (Pearson) Clarke walking with the unidentified "mystery woman," then they both are seen speaking with Norris Clarke; Kathleen Clarke rides the swing. 
 
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Living
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Grave - Kenyon Ashe Joyce & Helen Elizabeth Jones
Grave - Kenyon Ashe Joyce & Helen Elizabeth Jones
 
 
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Grave - Wilbur Stone Jones
Grave - Wilbur Stone Jones
 
 
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Henry F. Jones
Henry F. Jones
 
 

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