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Maggie Mae Lavinia Butler Kiblinger and George Edgar Kiblinger in their front yard on their farm, RTE 522 N, Mineral, VA.

Kate Towsey Butler wife of John Hugh Butler

Mamie Shealor Butler, wife of Hnery K. Butler

Barbara Ann Butler, wife of Thomas Garland Sims, Daughter of Lewis H. and Lavinia Butler

Annie Elizabeth Butler of Mineral, Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Butler

Kate Towsey Butler wife of John Hugh Butler

Sisters Lessie and Ida Sims, daughters of Garland and Barbara Ann Butler Sims

Mrs. Lavinia Lou Butler, wife of Lewis H. Butler, pictured here with her daughters Susan Jane and Barbara Ann.

Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, wife of Hugh Alexander Moore

Sarah Kennedy Butler

Sarah "Sadie" Moore Butler of Mineral, Virginia was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Butler.

Sarah Jane Butler Whitlock was the wife of John Henry Whitlock, the sister of William Samuel Butler, and the daughter of Lewis Henry Butler and Lavinia Louisa Butler.

Maggie Mae Lavinia Butler of Louisa County was born in 1879. The full body photograph was taken at the home of her grandparents, Louis H. and Lavinia Louisa Butler. Maggie was a school teacher and married George Edgar Kiblinger.

This is a photograph of Carrie Milhado and Mildred Jennings at the Mineral School

This is a photograph of Eugenia Mallory, wife of Alva Mallory, and her seven children. There are no records that Eugenia ever registered to vote.

Lucy Taylor, the only remaining unmarried daughter who inherited a life interest in Westend, is pictured here as an octogenarian in September of 1955. She is seated in the middle, fixing her headband. She ran Westend with the help of her sister,…


This photograph was likely taken in the fields of Westend Farm during WWI, when there would have been a need for farmers to supply food to the soldiers overseas.

Lucy and Nancy Taylor stayed on Westend and kept it going as a farm while two male…

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Women in a carriage, likely Virginia Taylor (to be Mrs. W.B. Syndor) and a friend, up to visit their aunts Nancy and Lucy Taylor, who had a life interest in Westend. Virginia's father, Henry Taylor III, was a brother of the Nancy and Lucy and had…


Virginia (Taylor) Syndor, a niece of Lucy Taylor's, is shown here racing horses in her late 20s or early 30s. She writes of spending her childhood days at Westend Farm with her Aunt Lucy, who was like a "second mother" to her. She also remembers…


Likely the five daughters of Henry Taylor II of Westmoreland County, who married Mary Minor Watson Taylor of Westend. They lived at Montrose for several years before moving out to Westend, where they raised nine children. The five daughters are…