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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

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Top rated - Pulaski County, VA People
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dunsibdub3.jpg541 viewsWilson (1912), Maggie (1915), and Watts Duncan (1917), children of Perry Duncan. This picture was taken near their home in Dublin, VA, about 1919. It is believed that they were living on what is now "Old Rte 11", heading east out of town, along the railroad. Courtesy of Jason Duncan jmduncan@statesville.net22222
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Draperjs.jpg471 viewsMember of the Pulaski County, VA bar in 1924. Born in Draper's Valley, Pulaski County, VA on April 9, 1872, son of John Samuel Draper and Janie Hairston.11111
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dunpery7b.jpg682 viewsOn the right is Perry Duncan (1887-1937). Perry married Mary Mitchell in 1912, and they lived in Dublin until her death in 1925. During that time Perry may have worked clearing land for the railroad. In later years he worked in a sawmill. The other men are unidentified. Courtesy of Jason Duncan jmduncan@statesville.net
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eskridgeat.jpg433 viewsAttorney, Pulaski, Virginia. Born on March 15, 1873 in Montgomery County, VA. Practiced law in Pulaski.00000
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dunwats1.jpg476 viewsWatts Duncan (born 1917), son of Perry Duncan, near their home in Dublin, VA, about 1919. It is believed that the family lived on what is now "Old Rte 11", heading east out of town, along the railroad. Courtesy of Jason Duncan jmduncan@statesville.net

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dunbenmar.jpg536 viewsBenjamin Floyd Duncan (1862-1909) and his wife Margaret Ann Sutphin (1860-1913). They moved from Carroll Co to Newbern, Pulaski Co, about 1905. They lived on Main St. in the area that is now the Historic District of Newbern. Courtesy of Jason Duncan jmduncan@statesville.net.
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dunisac1.jpg532 viewsIsaac Leroy (Ike) Duncan (1884-1948) and his second wife Rosie Quesenberry. Ike was the son of Benjamin Duncan and Margaret Sutphin. In 1913 he inherited his parent's home on Main St. in Newbern where this picture was taken. Courtesy of Jason Duncan jmduncan@statesville.net
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dunpery3.jpg500 viewsOn the right is Perry Duncan (1887-1937), son of Benjamin Duncan. Perry moved with his family from Carroll Co to Newbern, Pulaski Co, about 1905. Judging by his age, this picture may have been taken about that time. Who is the man sitting on the left? Courtesy of Jacon Duncan jmduncan@statesville.net
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