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Alfred Beckley McComb of Huntersville, W.Va. at the age of 98. Born April 1, 1859. Son of James Price McComb and Eliza Ann Moore. Married Emma Alice McLaughlin, daughter of Hugh P. McGlaughlin and Alcinda Bird. Children: Harry, Lollie, Jessie, Mary…

Unidentified man and two women in a wooden wagon on dirt street in front of the McComb Store in Huntersville, W.Va. The top of the Carey House is seen behind the wagon. White house to the right became the home of Harry and Madeline McComb.

Connie McComb and Mulvey Moore embracing in the yard at the A.B. McComb house in Huntersville, W.Va. Emma Elizabeth McComb is on the porch.

Side view of Huntersville Grade School in Huntersville, W.Va. Built in the late 1880's to replace the Huntersville Academy. Land given by Charles Grose.

Three youngest children of Alfred Beckley and Emma Alice McLaughlin McComb. Left to right: Phil Luray McComb, Robert E. McComb,Emma Elizabeth McComb. In front yard of McComb house on Route 39 in Huntersville, W.Va.

Unknown Woman and man. Woman probably a daughter of Alfred Beckley and Emma Alice McComb. Standing in front of A. B. McComb House in Huntersville, W.Va.

Side view of the McComb General Store on Route 39 in Huntersville, W.Va. Owner was Alfred Beckley McComb.

Emma Elizabeth McComb (m. G. Merle Faulknier, Marlinton), Daughter of Alfred Beckley and Emma McLaughlin McComb. Pictured as a young woman in Huntersville, W.Va.

Col Robert K. Moore, U.S. Army, pictured in uniform with unidentified military person. Moore was born and raised in Huntersville, W.Va.

Mr. Paul R. Ignatius, Assistant Secretary of the Army, Congratulates Lt. Col. Robert K Moore on receiving the Army Commondation Medal. Left to right: Paul R. Ignatius, Lt. Col. Moore (born and raised in Huntersville, W.Va.), daughter Marianne, and…

Ret Col Robert K Moore, from Huntersville/Minnehaha Springs, W.Va. with wife Ryanna in Florida, receiving service award. Moore wrote on back: "the occasion for this picture was an award being presented to me for Outstanding Service as the leader of…

Robert Kenneth Moore of Huntersville, W.Va. in U.S. Army uniform during World War II in Germany
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