Sand Ridge School, Barbour County, c.1910

Sand
Ridge School, 1910
Early School Days
This "oldie" was taken by Nicholas Jones on the last day of school at Sand Ridge, around 1910. His brother, Albert Jones, was the teacher. Reading from left to right: Back Row -- Delmas and Delbert Auvil, Lona Phillips, Dewey Phillips, Albert Jones, Brooks Barrett, Warren Phillips, Arley Vannoy (visitor from the Sand Run school), Ashford Stalnaker, Jr. Front Row -- Arthur Tusing, Goldie Auvil, Zella Tusing, Ruby Stalnaker, Winnie Barrett, Goldie Barrett, Aubrey Phillips, Harold Stalnaker, Odbert Moore. Ralph Stalnaker, not of school age, is in front.

Submitted by Howard B. "Ike" Moore ikemoore@bellsouth.net


This picture was copied from a newspaper clipping. Odbert Moore, far right in the first row is my father. I have tried to locate Sand Ridge but was unable to. My father grew up in the Hunters Fork area, below Belington so maybe Sand Ridge is close by. I am originally from Belington.
Howard (Ike) Moore

Note from Margaret Lew: Found in the DeLorme West Virginia Atlas & Gazetteer, page 37: Sand Ridge is an area just southeast of Vannoys Mill and west of Meadowville. County Route 40-4 runs by on the southwestern side of it. Both the Sand Ridge and Hunters Fork areas are shown north of Belington on this map.


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