Commented on 16-BPE-11Pendleton County, WV
Basagic Funeral Home on Rt. 220 east of Franklin, WV. It was started by the Brown family & later was sold to David Basagic who remodeled & added on to it.
Commented on 16-BPE-8Pendleton County, WV
The Priest Mill across the Potomac River from Franklin, WV. It has been restored.
Water power was used to card wool & to turn a lathe in wood working, I believe here.
Commented on 15-BPE-20Pendleton County, WV
Herman Riggleman's home just south of Franklin, WV, between Rt. 220 & the Potomac River. Herman's cattle truck is in the picture. Herman & his wife are gone, but the house is still in the family.
Commented on 15-BPE-16Pendleton County, WV
John McCoy's barn on Rt. 220 south of Franklin, WV across from Moe Fatz ice cream parlor. The stream is Smith Creek.
Commented on 15-BPE-10Pendleton County, WV
Grant Propst's home, & the bigger building is his beer joint called Grant's. The bridge beside it runs across Thorn Creek on the Thorn Creek Rd. south of Franklin, WV.
Commented on 15-BPE-9Pendleton County, WV
McCoy's Mill located where the Thorn Creek enters into the Potomac River just south of Franklin, WV on Thorn Creek Road. At one time this was a working gristmill for the community. There is a house on the property now.
Commented on 6A-JPE-33Pendleton County, WV
David & Holly Hubbs's home on Halls Hill outside of Franklin, WV.
Commented on 6A-JPE-9Pendleton County, WV
The Priest Mill located across the Potomac River from Franklin, WV.
Commented on 9A-JPE-13Pendleton County, WV
This building was sold & turned into Moe Fatz ice cream restaurant on Rt. 220 South of Franklin, WV..
Commented on 8A-JPE-31Pendleton County, WV
Smith Creek Church of the Brethren & manse outside of Franklin, WV.