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New River Notes Photo Gallery

A Collection of historic and current photos mostly covering the upper New River area of southwestern Virginia and northwestern North Carolina.


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houk15.jpg665 viewsLeft to right, front row. #2 Martha Roberts Hackler, #3 Callia Donia Roberts Houk, #4 Mary Robert Catron. #7 Len G. Houk, #9, Alma G. Trent Houk. Courtesy of Thom Houk.
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houk2.jpg629 viewsCourtesy of Thom Houk.
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houk4.jpg626 viewsCourtesy of Thom Houk.
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houk5.jpg596 viewsCourtesy of Thom Houk.
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houk6.jpg626 viewsCourtesy of Thom Houk.
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houk7.jpg629 viewsCourtesy of Thom Houk.
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houk8.jpg620 viewsCourtesy of Thom Houk.
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houk9.jpg604 viewsCourtesy of Thom Houk.
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Richadson, Luther and Dwight679 viewsLuther Richardson with baby Dwight Richardson. Picture submitted by great granddaughter Lynn Sexton Gallegos Arbadella64@yahoo.com

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ingramjohnc.jpg1284 viewsJohn Calvin Ingram (1842-1918) served in Company A 26th NC in the Confederate Army. Charity Ann Farmer (1844-1920) was the daughter of Wilson Farmer and Susan Wyatt. They lived on Haw Orchard Mountain, Grayson County, VA, and are buried in the Haw Orchard Baptist Church Cemetery. Common rumour has it she was a witch.
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ingramrobert.jpg617 viewsThey lived in Harford County, MD when this image was made, but had previously lived on Haw Orchard, Grayson County, VA.
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irbycole.jpg705 viewsMargaret and Irby were the children of Adolphus Cole and Sarah Warren Cole. Margaret was my mother. Courtesy of Barb Norvell. barbnor2@yahoo.com
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