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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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aweaver2.jpg2260 viewsThis version of the Andrew and Malinda picture courtesy of Mary Ann Talbott. matalbott@seidata.com55555
(3 votes)
waltonjames1.jpg590 viewsThis early 20th century photo shows James Walton, his wife Almeda Kilby Walton and daughter Fannie Walton. Courtesy of Anita Kay Wyatt.55555
(2 votes)
coxrose.jpg963 viewsRose Imogene Cox and Roald Bayse Cox, children of Joe Catron and Ollie Imogene Spencer Cox. The picture was made in 1930. Courtesy of Eleanor Jo Cox
(2 votes)
spencerkilby.jpg839 viewsl to r: Kilby Spencer, Victor Spencer, Pruner Weaver, Lee Kilby, and Wayne Duvall
Courtesy of Eleanor Jo Cox
(2 votes)
spencerwt1.jpg783 viewsWilliam Troy and Alice Osborne Spencer Family
Back: William Glen; Middle: Victor Franklin, William Troy, Cynthia Alice (Osborne), Charles Enoch; Front: Isaac Greeley, Blannie Emaline, Audrey Wave, John Blake, Humphrey Kilby. The picture was made in 1904 before Imogene Ollie was born.
Courtesy of Eleanor Jo Cox
(2 votes)
bearpic.jpg1214 viewsThis is a ca. 1900 photo of Irwin Young and his pet bear. Irwin was the son of Calvin Young and Mary "Pop" Kilby.55555
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aweaver.jpg1085 viewsAndrew Weaver (1822-1899) (son of Isaac Weaver and Mary "Polly" Francis) and his wife and 3rd cousin Malinda Weaver (1825-1909) (daughter of Lieutenant Isaac Weaver and Jane Lewis.55555
(2 votes)
tspen.jpg827 viewsThis is Troy Spencer's image courtesy of Bryan Spencer. Troy Spencer served as a lieutenant in Company C, 63rd Virginia Infantry. He was executed for desertion in 1864.55555
(2 votes)
Richardson, John Franklin1896 viewsThis is a 1930s photo of Frank Richardson near Troutdale. He was the son of Martin Richardson and Mary Ann "Polly" Busic.55555
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Eastridge - Andrew and Martisha Eastridge391 viewsHe was the son of Pleasant Eastridge(born ~1808) and Phoebe Graybeal Eastridge (born 1810) - married in 1830.

Andrew had several brothers and sisters:

William b.1831, d.1888
John b. 1833, d. ?
Henry b. 1835 d.
David b. 1836,d. ?
Joel b. 1838, d. ?
Eli b. 1840, d.?
Lucy b. 1841 d.?
Mary b. 1843, d. ?
Martha b. 1846, d. ?
Sarah b. 1849, d. ?

This is the way the story goes as told by my grandfather Roby Eastridge: During the Civil War the Rebels got Andrew and were going to make him fight for them. His moth
(1 votes)
Hash, Boyden and Tamsey Rutherford725 viewsThis photo is Boyden Hash b. 5-30-1858 d. 12-2-1940 & Tamsey (Rutherford) Hash b. 1-9-1858 d. 5-24.1948, the parents of Lydia Virginia Hash. Boyden Hash is the son of William C. Hash and Malissa Polly Wingate. From the Howard Hash Collection, courtesy of Brenda Hash Eugenio

(1 votes)
Perkins, Gordon Family678 viewsHere is, as written on the back of the picture, front row, Gordon Perkins, holding Foy? Perkins.
Standing-Clarence Perkins, "mama", Ed Perkins
Seated by Gordon and Foy are "grandma", "aunt Sally", Rudy and Mrs. Reedy. The picture was badly damaged. Gordon is a brother to Elvira Perkins Holdaway and son of Timothy and Elizabeth Sturgill Perkins. Share with others. Courtesy of Cathy Bell
(1 votes)
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