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George Washinton Brummett
and Martha Jane Patsy Riggs

George Washington Brummett b 13 Nov 1833 Carter Co TN d 31 Jan 1912 Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; burial Riley Mullins Cemetery, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp VA; s/o Cavender Brummett and Elizabeth Dean, m. 24 Jan 1856 Scott Co VA to Martha Jane "Patsy" Riggs b 2 Nov 1834 Scott Co VA d 11 Aug 1922 Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; buried 13 Aug 1922 Riley Mullins Cemetery, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp VA; d/o David Riggs and Frances Blevins. (Source).

1. Henry Brummett (Brumit) b 25 Sep 1868 Eolia, Letcher Co. KY d 21 Feb 1944 McRoberts, Letcher KY; of Tuberculosis; buried 23 Feb 1944 Riley Mullins Cemetery, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise VA; m. 24 Jul 1922 Whitesburg, Letcher Co KY; (1) Ida Draughn Casebolt b 1887 Knott Co KY d 1933 McRoberts, Letcher Co KY; buried 1933 Riley Mullins Cemetery, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA. Henry Brummett m. 26 Sep 1939 Freewill Baptist Church, Payne Gap, Letcher Co KY to (2) Hattie McPeek Webb b 1899 Pike Co KY. Henry Brummett m. 9 Aug 1889 in John Boggs home, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA to (1) Mary Jane Boggs b 2 Jul 1868 Mullins Fork Bold Camp, Wise VA d 31 Jul 1917 Mullins Fork Bold Camp, Wise VA of Hodgkins Disease; buried 2 Sep 1917 Riley Mullins Cemetery, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise VA; d/o John A. Boggs b 31 Aug 1847 Russell (Wise) Co VA and Rebecca A. Horton b 6 Feb 1847 Three Forks, Lee Co VA.

2. George Washington Brummett Jr b 14 Mar 1873 Eolia, Letcher Co KY d 10 May 1919 Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; buried 12 May 1919 Riley Mullins Cemetery, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; m. 20 Apr 1892 in home of James Mullins Wise Co VA to Martha Ann Sturgill b 1 Apr 1874 Wise Co VA d 24 Jun 1912 Rocky Fork, Wise Co VA; buried 26 Jun 1912 Hensley Cemetery, Big Laurel, Wise Co VA; d/o Francis G Sturgill and Mamie Parsons.

3. David Alexander "Alex" Brummett b 23 Sep 1859 Scott Co VA d 1930 Jenkins Hospital, Jenkins, Letcher Co KY; buried 1930 Riley Mullins Cemetery, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; m. 3 Apr 1885 Wise Co VA to Nancy Ann Gardner b 18 Oct 1855 Russell Co VA d 12 Feb 1925 Wise Co VA; buried 14 Feb 1925 Gardner Cemetery, Powell Valley, Wise Co VA; d/o George Gardner and Elizabeth Gardner. David Alexander Brummitt and Nancy Ann Gardner were married only about a year before they divorced due to an incompatible relationship. There were no children from this union. Alex was a coal miner.

4. John Calvin Brummett b 7 Nov 1861 Scott Co VA; m. 14 Jan 1892 Wise Co VA to Julia Belle Salyer b 1875 Wise Co VA; d/o Elisha M Salyer and Lucy Salyer. John Calvin Brummett was a merchant in Wise Co VA.

5. Sarah Jane Brummett b 9 Dec 1856 Scott Co VA d 1937 Clinchco Dickenson Co VA; buried 1937 Riley Mullins Cemetery, Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; m. 12 Nov 1890 Wise Co VA Daniel Washington "Gopher Dan" Short b 1845 Scott Co VA d Aug 1927 Bonds Mill, Pound, Wise Co VA; s/o James Tipton "Beardy Jim" Short and Nancy Milbourne (aka Milburn). Sarah Jane Brummett m. (2) William Hunsaker Sr.. Daniel Washington "Gopher Dan" Short m. (2) Gemima Maggard. Daniel Washington "Gopher Dan" Short m. (3) Charlotte A Hollyfield b 21 Jan 1847 Russell Co VA d 17 Oct 1888; d/o William Hollyfield and Elizabeth Birchfield.

6. Frances Elizabeth "Frankie" Brummett b 1 Jun 1864 Eolia, Letcher Co KY d 31 May 1951 Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; buried 2 Jun 1951 Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; m. 24 Nov 1886 Wise, Wise Co VA to Lorenzo Dowell "Dow" Boggs b 14 Dec 1865 Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA d 17 Jul 1937 Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; buried 19 Jul 1937 Mullins Fork, Bold Camp, Wise Co VA; s/o Silas Boggs and Rebecca Agnes Mullins.


Burial Place of Lorenzo Dow Boggs

Before he died, Loranza Dowell (Dow) Boggs requested permission from his first cousin, Monroe Boggs, to be buried on a hill overlooking Monroe's home place. Of course, Monroe let Dow be buried there as he had requested. There is only one other grave located in that burying place, and that is the grave of Alex Milburn Boggs, son of Dow and Frankie.

Frances Elizabeth Brummitt Boggs was affectionately called "Aunt Frankie" by all the people who knew her, and that included almost everyone around Pound, Virginia and Jenkins, Kentucky. Aunt Frankie was a petite woman and wore her dark hair parted in the middle and pulled into a bun at the back of her head. Her trademark was the string made of rather large beads which she always wore around her neck. She loved to travel and visit and was a regular attendee at the Old Regular Baptist meetings. (Source).


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