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There was a Bill Ignatious killed in action WWII and Brother Frank they grew up on Horse Ridge Mountain, mother and father Joe / Mary who lived during those times and a few farms from Loudermilk.


This small simple cabin is a testament to a bygone era on Horse Ridge Mountain.

James Hanson Loudermilk!
The Old Homeplace of James Hanson Loudermilk and Family is on Horse Ridge Mountain, Richwood West VirginiaLoudermilk homeplace on the top of Horseridge mountain

I am sending a picture of the James Hanson Loudermilk home place on the top of Horseridge Mountain. He is the gentleman in the center of the picture with a long beard. His wife Elizabeth Jane Spencer is next to him in the dark dress. They are both buried in the Horseridge Cemetery which sits above the rise where there home was located on what is now the Hodovan property. James was born in 1841 and died in 1907. I am his great granddaughter Lisa Martin

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Where:          Horse Ridge Mountain Richwood West Virginia
When:           1841 / 1907
Submitted by:   Lisa Martin
Subject:        James Hanson Loudermilk Homeplace on Horseridge
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(1)    Horse Ridge, Richwood West Virginia
(2)    Rigsby, Peyton, Loudermilk!

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