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Armagost Family Reunion 1901

Armagost Family Reunion 1901

Armagost Family Reunion at the Squire Joe Morse Home in Chapmanville, PA. The family gathered when the Joseph Myers Family of Rising City, NE, came to visit relatives in Pennsylvania.

Front row, left to right: Howard Hadley, Oris Myers, Edna Armagost Warner, Margaret Morse Peterson, Hazel Sharp Woods, Hattie Eastwood Jones and Walter Armagost

Two boys in center behind the front row: Harry I. Sharp, Frank Noel

Second row back, left to right: Harold Morse (Irvin's son), Pearl Noel Walthers, May Hadley, Sarah Amsler Morse (Irvin's wife), Nettie Orwig Morse (Frank's wife), Estella Sharp Jacobson, Maggie Sharp Proper, Lizzie Noel Whitman and Mary Morse Eastwood.

Third row back, left to right: Lucia Armagost Smith, Ella Armagost Myers, Caroline Armagost Noel (holding probably Claude N. Walthers), Margaret Armagost Morse, Tillie Eastood Currens, Mary Jane Armagost Morse, Mildred Hadley Maul, Esther Ann Armagost Sharp (with Sharp Proper in front), Hattie Smith Armagost (holding her child), Mary Armagost (holding her child), unidentified boy on end.

Fourth row back, left to right: W. Pitt Morse, Joseph W. Morse, W. Henry Noel, A. Judson Armagost, J. Reid Armagost, G. Malcolm Armagost, Joseph E. Myers, William Sharp and Martin Hadley.

Back row, left to right: Otis G. Proper, Harry Walthers, James A. Sharp, E. Lawton Eastwood, Irvin J. Morse, Carl Morse (Frank's son), and Frank R. Morse.

Nine brothers and sisters in this photograph are Lucia Smith, Ella Myers, Caroline Noel, Margaret Morse, Mary Jane Morse, Esther Sharp, Jud Armagost, Reid Armagost and Malcolm Armagost.


Grandmother Lucia

Lucia Armagost Smith was my father's mother. Harold was her youngest son.


My grandmother Ethel Thoms was a Smith. Her mother was Mena Catherine Armagost. Does she tie into your family. I am doing research on the Smith's and Armagosts. I know one of her sisters married a Smith.

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