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Born 9/28/1846, Died 12/18/1945, Son of James Edmund and Amelia Tillet Stonestreet. Married Martha Ann Carr on 9/1/1870
Wife of Alexander Stonestreet, married 1870/09/01.
Born 7/22/1874- Died 7/24/1965. Son of Alexander Stonestreet, grandson of James Edmund Stonestreet. Jim spent 19 years (1946-1965) researching his family's genealogy.
This dress was made by Miss Blanche,and has a portrait collar. She made it to wear when leaving West Virginia Wesleyan in Spring, 1919 after earning her Graduate Studies Degree, to teach in the Fall in Morgantown. Blanche is the daughter of Alexander and Martha Stonestreet.
A faculty portrait photograph of Blanche Stonestreet, daughhter of Alexander and Martha Stonestreet.
Photograph take on her 100th birthday. Blanche Stonestreet was the first woman to earn a degree at West Virginia Wesleyan College. She taught in public schools and at West Virginia University for 48 years
Photograph taken on her 100th birthday. Blanche Stonestreet taught school in several West Virginia counties including Tyler, Harrison, Upshur, and Monongalia for 48 years. Her last teaching position was in the Mathematics Department at West Virginia University.
Photograph taken on her 101st birthday. Blanche Stonestreet, from Wolf Summit, West Virginia, taught public school and at West Virginia University for 48 years
John M. Stonestreet (son of Alexander Stonestreet), age 90 and his cousin, Elizabeth K. Johnson, age 85
6/16/1881-9/24/1977
At "Greystone"
Son of Alexander Stonestreet.
Daughter of Alexander Stonestreet.
"Dame." Alexander Stonestreet's sister.
7/19/1886-7/8/1960
Quarried cut stone from the Stonestreet farm. Began 5/1/1915.

18. Greystone

Destroyed by fire 9/14/1914
In front of the old house that burned down in 1914/09
The new Stonestreet home in the making.
Martha Stonestreet at "Greystone", the Stonestreet family home.
At home in Simpson Creek.
Years at Wesleyan-Buckhannon.