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Belle Nixon daughter of David Nixon
Belle Nixon daughter of David Nixon
Description: the picture is Belle

James B Powers
jbpowers@mac.com  
 
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Big Andy Ridge School circa 1904
Big Andy Ridge School circa 1904
Wonder if they all knew they were related? 
 
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Bill Brubaker
Bill Brubaker
 
 
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Bill Cox and son, Colin.
Uncle Bill worked for the L&N Railroad.
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Bill Cox son of Lydia Cox
Bill Cox son of Lydia Cox
 
 
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BONANZA - owned by the Bay Brothers
BONANZA - owned by the Bay Brothers
BONANZA - owned by the Bay Brothers
Other boats built by the Bay's were: "J. C. Crossley," "Rosedale," "City of Ironton," "Minnie Bay," "Louise", "Chevalier," "Lizzie Bay," "Henry M. Stanley," "Ruth," "Ruth #2," " "Chesapeake," "Kanawha," "Bay Queen," and the "Greyhound." Some of the other boats owned and operated by the Bay's were: "A. L. Norton," "Falcon," "B. T. Enos." "Georgia," "Hanging Rock," "Sandy Valley," "Urania," "Nora Belle," (also a mail boat) "Fannie Dugan," "Greenwood," "Bay Line," "Virginia," "Queen City," "Stella", "Katie," "Bonanza," and the "Volunteer." The Bay brothers were the most prominent steamboat men ever to live in Lawrence county. They were known all over the western waters as the leading steamboatmen on the Ohio River. They built, owned and operated more than 40 boats during their more than 50 years in the steamboat business, building some of the largest and fastest boats on the River.  
 
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Brack D. Gentry
Brack D. Gentry
 
 
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Brack Gentry WW1 Draft Registration
Brack Gentry WW1 Draft Registration
 
 
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Brack Hobbs
Brack Hobbs
 
 
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Brothers Brack and Oscar Gentry
Brothers Brack and Oscar Gentry
 
 
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Brothers, Joel M. and Jason Bethel Cox
Brothers, Joel M. and Jason Bethel Cox
Sons of Joel Sturgis Cox and Naomi Reasor Hobbs Cox
From Our Family Tree Roots & Branches by Nora Cox Clark 
 
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Brothers: Charles Everett and Allen E. Kouns - 1961
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Brubaker farm in Iowa
Brubaker farm in Iowa
 
 
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C.A. Alderman
C.A. Alderman
Mr. C. A. Alderman, the senior member of the firm of C. Alderman & Son, has had a practical experience in the dry goods business covering a period of nearly half a century. He was born in Morgan County, Ohio, in 1826. In 1851 he removed to Letart Falls, Meigs County, and began his first experience in the dry goods business. Since that time he has been continually in the same line.

He came to Ironton in 1865 and is one reliable merchants of the city. In 1892 his son, C. B. Alderman, became a partner in the business and has since assumed many of the responsibilities. On the 6th day of May 1897, Mr. And Mrs. Alderman celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Mr. Alderman is a Prohibitionist in politics, and for many years has been a local preacher in the Methodist denomination.

 
 
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Capt. James G. Hayes, CSA
Capt. James G. Hayes, CSA
 
 
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Carie Norman Martin
Carie Norman Martin
This was taken from a group photo of George Martin with all his sons. 
 
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Carl and Curtis "Tug" Cox
Children of William and Lula Mae (Miller) Cox
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Carla Elkin's family
Carla Elkin's family
 
 
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Caryl 1978 graduation photo
Caryl 1978 graduation photo
 
 
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Catherine (Scott) Alexander
Catherine (Scott) Alexander
 
 

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