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Braxton County, West Virginia, USA

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  • Levi Huffman Keener (1880 - 1960)
    Wife: Rebecca Ann Workman Keener 1885–1958 Children: Golden Charles Keener 1905–1963 Day S Keener 1906–1980 Delphia Keener 1910–1910 Donald Levi Keener 1910–1954 Mabel Louise Keener Young 19...
  • Sarah Rebecca Alkire (1884 - 1966)
  • Serena Catherine Alkire (1862 - 1926)
    Sarena (*)Glaspia and Asbury Alkire Marriage Date: 1881 Marriage Place: Lewis, West Virginia, United States aka Gillespie/Glassby, (+) CHILDREN (11) census based: Jacob C., James C., Marcellus...
  • Victor Davis Ward, WW I Veteran (1899 - 1966)
    Note: place of birth unverified. His sister, Velda, was born in Flatwoods, Braxton Co., West Virginia. His mother, Elvira, creatively named her thirteen children; Vesper 1890, Virgil 1892, Velma 189...
  • John Wesley Cosner (1869 - 1920)
    John Wesley Cosner BIRTH May 1869 Orlando, Lewis County, West Virginia, USA DEATH 1920 (aged 50–51) Burnsville, Braxton County, West Virginia, USA BURIAL Knights of Pythias Cemetery Burnsville, Braxto...

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Wikipedia

The county is named for Carter Braxton, signer of the Declaration of Independence.