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January 21, 2014

After about two years of work we have completed a major upgrade to New River Notes. On January 21, 2014 we switched in the last of the updated files and final page revisions.

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New River Notes

January 6, 2013

New River Notes, a leading genealogy resource for the New River Valley of North Carolina and Virginia, launched its new look website today.

new river valley mapNew River Notes was originally launched in 1998 by Jeffrey C. Weaver providing New River Valley researchers with a new wealth of information and that tradition is continued today by the Grayson County, Virginia Heritage Foundation, Inc.

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ispen.jpg605 viewsFrom a tintype courtesy of Bryan Spencer.
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Hash, James Alexander655 viewsThis photo is James Alexander Hash b. 10-20-1868 d. 11-24-1948, often called "Alex", the father of Edgar Jackson Hash. Edgar's mother was Artisia Andersen who passed away and James Alexander married Gincy/Jincy Dalton and had several more children. I have a photo of Edgar and his three brothers - the four sons of Artisia Andersen. In one of the Memories of Grayson books is a picture of Sophronia (Frona) Hash Anderson and she is the sister of James Alexander Hash. James Alexander Hash is the son of Enoch Hash & Olive Halsey Hash. From the Howard Hash Collection, courtesy of Brenda Hash Eugenio cherokee9550@verizon.net
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jamestco.jpg546 viewsJohn D. Coomes (s/o James T. Coomes) b. 1862 and first wife Larentha Galyean. Courtesy of Patience Northern
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jashash.jpg680 viewsThis image is courtesy of Clinton Getzinger.
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Hash - James Hash and Betty Anderson Hash and Family Courtesy of Clinton Getzinger254 views
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jeffbaldwinfam.jpg637 viewsHere is another old photo. Jefferson Franklin Baldwin (1862-1926) (son of Hiram & Julia Ann Osborne Baldwin), Mary Elizabeth Denny Baldwin (1861-1935), children L-R: Lockie Louvenia, William Madison, Hiram Curtis "Curt", Rosie, & John H. Baldwin. Courtesy of Irene Baldwin ibaldi@erols.com
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JerryFHuttonandHettieMaudeNelsonHutton.jpg999 viewsCourtesy of Carol Lindamood circuitrider@tcia.net
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jessingram.jpg532 viewsJesse Ingram, son of John Calvin Ingram and Charity Ann Farmer, shown here in the U.S. Army during the Spanish American War. He made the army a career and retired to Arlington, Virginia.
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jmgrubb.jpg578 viewsPhoto courtesy of Clinton Getzinger.
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JohnD.Hash&CoraAlbertaDavis.jpg640 viewsJohn D. Hash was the son of John Hawkins Hash and Elizabeth Hawks at Grassy Creek, Ashe County, NC. Bertie was born in Grayson County in 1884 to J. Monroe Davis and Mary Mase/Maze, both also of the general area of Grayson/Ashe. Bertie died in 1932. They lived most of their adult lives in Tazewell County, VA. Courtesy of Chrissie Anderson Peters. climbingthehashfamilytree@gmail.com
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johndcoo.jpg598 viewsJohn D. Coomes (s/o James T. Coomes) b. 1862 and first wife Larentha Galyean. Courtesy of Patience Northern
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John_Matt_Parks_-1.JPG527 viewsCourtesy of Carol Lindamood circuitrider@tcia.net
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