|Farming in the 1870's|
Who provided for his wife and seven children.
He lived in Sewell Mountain which is a summit in Fayette County, West Virginia, in the United States. With an elevation of 3,212 feet (979 m), Sewell Mountain is the 276th highest summit in the state of West Virginia. Sewell Mountain was named after Stephen Sewell, a local pioneer who was killed by Indians.
He lived in West Virginia all his life and on 08 Mar 1877 he married Emelina Aken Anderson.
Here's some history about farming in his lifetime.
|Lee's Tavern on Big Sewell Mountain, Fayette County WV, photo taken in the 1930's|
|The Depot in Sewell, West Virginia|
|View from Little Sewell Mountain|
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