• Born 17 March 1895 - Higby of Poca West Virginia
  • Deceased 6 September 1957 - Putnam, West Virginia, USA,aged 62 years old

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WWI Draft Registration has him in Wanego and lists him as single. Definietly not Husband of Ethel Stafford, that Clay Fields was from Kentucky

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Wilcoxen, Loraine Lee
Posted by Ron Pullin
Sunday, November 5, 2000
Longtime owner and operator of Wilcoxen Funeral Home, Loraine Lee Wilcoxen, 63, of Point Pleasant, died Tuesday December 29,1992, at his home.
Born May 3, 1929, he was the son of Maryland Pullin Wilcoxen and the late Morgan Theodore Wilcoxen. He was a Graduate of Point Pleasant High School of 1948 and a graduate of Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science of 1951.
He is preceded in death by one grandson, Roger Reed McKinney II and one sister Lula Mae Daugherty. Survivors are His wife Mary Eads Wilcoxen, and his mother Maryland Wilcoxen; four daughters and son-in-law, Anna & David Morris of Carterville, Ill. Winona & Roger McKinney of Point Pleasant, Barbara & Paul Casto of Greer, SC and Tina & Barry Barnette of Greenville, SC and Five grandchildren.
1, died yesterday after suffering a
heart attack at his home. He was a
World War 1 veteran and spent his
entire life in Putnam County. Mr.
Fields was a farmer. Surviving are
his wife Ethel; two children, Noble
Smith of Scott Depot and Mrs. Luther
Belcher of Logan; two brothers, Romie
and Herman Fields of Charleston.
service will be conducted at 2 p. m,
tomorrow at the home. Burial in
McDowell Cemetery on Winfield RFD 1.
The body will be taken to the home
at 5 p.m. today by Wilcoxen mortuary
Winfield.
Source: The Charleston Gazette, September 7, 1957

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George Washington Fields 1813-1865 Jane 'Jennie' Ferrell 1810-ca 1879 James J. Moore 1812-1888 Catherine Shafer 1822-1888
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Elijah Laforce Fields 1851-1918 Ruanna Moore 1853-1922
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Clay Fields 1895-1957