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Minister to France under James Buchanan in 1860 and arrested by Federal authorities for treason in August 1861 while negotiating arm sales with France for the Confederacy. He was exchanged six months later and subsequently serve on Stonewall Jackson's staff during the Civil War. After the war Faulkner was elected to the United States Congress, representating the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, 1875-1877 and served on West Virginia University's Board of Regents.
Portrait of Lucy Carskadon Fitzer fromfrom a photograph album of late nineteenth century images featuring residents from Keyser, W. Va.
A West Virginia state leader in the Women's Suffrage Movement to ratify the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, giving the women the right to vote. Mrs. Ford was also president and founder of the Women's Suffrage League in Taylor County.
Six year old dressed in the fashion of the day for children.
Unidentified members of the Fansler family pose for a group portrait.
Fansler authored the "History of Tucker County, West Virginia", published in 1962.
Portarit of a teenage girl wearing the fashion of the day.
Furlong during a visit to the U.S.S. West Virginia.
Layne Ford, son of Gene and Ada H. Ford wearing army dress uniform. The photograph was taken while he was on leave for the holidays during World War II.
Information with the photograph includes: "Ada H. Ford at home New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, 1952, wearing the orchid given her by Layne H. Ford [her son] for Christmas, Pruntytown Road, Grafton, W. Va.".
Furman is dressed in a military uniform and has dirt on his face.
National Coal Association Director
Sketch of Charles J. Faulkner, delegate to the 1872 West Virginia Constitutional Convention. Faulkner was arrested in 1861 by the Federal authorities, while returning from France. He was in France negotiating the sale of arms to the Confederate government. Later Faulkner served on Stonewall Jackson's staff.
Sketch of William Flick who served as a delegate for Pendleton County in the West Virginia State Legislature, 1868-1870. He was appointed United States District Attorney for West Virginia by President Arthur in 1882.
Possibly Grandmother Sarah Ellen Finnicum.
Parents of reowned, 19th century songwriter, Stephen C. Foster. William was born in Berkeley County, Virginia (West Virginia), marrying Eliza in 1807 and settling in the Pittsburgh area. Their son, Stephen, is hailed as "The Father of American Music" composing such famous tunes as, "Oh! Susanna" and "My Old Kentucky Home".
Wife of West Virginia Governor Daniel Farnsworth (1869).
Cabinet card portrait of elderly Ann Elizabeth Fisher.
Fairfax was killed July 3, 1893, when he was thrown from his vehicle by a runaway horse. He was a college freshman at the time.
Fox pictured in an elaborately decorated chair.
Oscar M. Fritz: a law partner of Guy D. Goff.
Information with the Photograph: "First Row L to R: Dallas Kight, Albert Kight, Ethel Kight Stump (baby), Gertrude Francis Kight, Ollie Kight Yoak (baby), Tommy Albert Francis, Henry Kight, Emma Hall Francis; Second Row: Joseph Lee Francis, Hattie Francis Ferrell, Orville Kight, Rilla Francis Harris, Jerome Francis, Annie Francis Trippett, Hagan Tommy Francis
Grandmother of Elvera Fox Porterfield. Wife to David Fox.
Grandfather to Elvera Fox Porterfield. Husband to Virginia Martin Fox.
Mugshot of Blackhand group member Frank Cingotti. He is smiling.The back of the image contains sections in which to fill out identifying information on the subject. The filled out sections read:Name, Frank CingottiCrime, Felonious wounding with intent to kill. (W.Va)
G. T. Federer in white coat; he was the butcher at this meat market.
Dr. Fox worked in the Bluefield Sanitarium in Bluefield, West Virginia in Mercer County.
Terra Alta High School student Charles Feather poses for his school photo.
Terra Alta High School student and class president Helen Forman poses for her school photo.
Portrait of a prominent Hinton school teacher.
Forman, a student at Southern Garrett High School, poses for his school photo.
Freeland sits in the driver's seat of an automobile.
Wife of West Virginia Governor Aretas B. Fleming (1890-1893).
George Rogers Clark Floyed (1810-1895) was a politician and businessman in West Virginia.  He served as the Secretary of Wisonsin Territory (1843-1846) and while living in Wisconsin he served as colonel of the Dane County militia from 1846-1847.  After moving to Logan, County West Virginia in 1857, he later served in the West Virginia House of Delegates (1872-1873).
George Rogers Clark Floyed (1810-1895) was a politician and businessman in West Virginia.  He served as the Secretary of Wisonsin Territory (1843-1846) and while living in Wisconsin he served as colonel of the Dane County militia from 1846-1847.  After moving to Logan, County West Virginia in 1857, he later served in the West Virginia House of Delegates (1872-1873).