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Agricultural land being stripped by the C and P Coal Company in Taylor County. After mining, this land will be leveled and sloped for drainage, then restored to productive farm cover.
Zinn is pictured a soldier's uniform beside an American flag. Zinn is from North Central West Virginia, which includes Monongalia, Taylor and Barbour counties.
The church was first built in 1857 as a log building. The church moved in 1884 and a new building was built by the community.
The church was organized in 1856.
The Claysville community first started gathering when a church was built in 1802.  In 1857 the Union Baptist Church was built. It later rebuilt in 1887 after a fire.
The church was organized as a part of the Simpson Creek Church in the Bailey Settlement in a circuit of churches in 1837.  A log meeting house was built in 1940.  The present building was built in 1903. The name of the church changed to Bailey Memorial in 1939.
The church was first called Booths Creek and later changed to Middleville.  It was organized in 1825.
The church was established in 1811 and the building served as a community "Meeting House" as well as a school.
The church was established in the 1850's when Irish and German settlers came to the town of Grafton to build the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B. & O.).
The church was organized in 1855 in what was then known as Fetterman, Virginia. During the church building's construction, services were held in the carpenter shop of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company in Grafton.
The church was originally established as the Fetterman Methodist Episcopal Church in 1873 and is the "Mother of Methodism" in the area.
The church was established in 1858.