Susanna Springer

HUSBANDDavid Fluharty
Birth31 May 1826, Tyler Co., WV
Death17 May 1898, Piney, Wetzel Co., WV
BurialFluharty Cemetery, Ross, Wetzel Co., WV
Marriage29 Aug 1861, Wetzel Co., WV
FatherWilliam Fluharty
MotherMary Snodgrass
Other wivesLavinia Springer, sister of Susanna
WIFESusanna Springer
Birth19 Nov 1841, Pine Grove, Tyler Co. WV
Death1 Mar 1917, Piney, Wetzel Co., WV
BurialFluharty Cemetery, Ross, Wetzel Co., WV
FatherUriah Springer
MotherLydia McDaniel
Other husbandsNone
David Sanford8 Jan 1862, Pine Grove, Wetzel Co., WV9 June 1896, Wetzel Co., WV8 Jan 1887, Elizabeth A. Cunningham
William Henry17 April 1869, Pine Grove, Wetzel Co., WV14 July 1942, Piney, Wetzel Co., WV29 Aug 1897, Wetzel Co., WV, Eliza Ann Wiley
Zachariah Taylor13 Jan 1871, Pine Grove, Wetzel Co., WV6 Apr 1942, Newark, OH20 Apr 1895, Wetzel Co., WV, Sarah Lucinda Fluharty
Lewis Elzy4 Apr 1873, Pine Grove, Wetzel Co., WV22 Oct 1944, East Liverpool, OH1 Mar 1898, Wetzel Co., WV, Lucinda Bell Wright
John Melvin15 May 1875, Pine Grove, Wetzel Co., WV25 Mar 1949, Paden City, Wetzel Co., WVDella Six
Sarah15 Feb 1878, Pine Grove, Wetzel Co., WV Clarence M. Anderson
Rosa Adaline19 Apr 1881, Pine Grove, Wetzel Co., WV 22 Nov 1902, Wetzel Co., WV, Samuel R. Smith

Sources for the information on this Family Record:

  • United States Census Records for Wetzel County, West Virginia
  • County Court Records for Wetzel County, West Virginia
  • Wetzel County History, Fluharty - "Warm Bones", submitted by Patrick Fluharty; published by the Wetzel County Genealogical Society
  • Fluharty Cemetery records
  • Family History Center, Family Group Records
  • Civil War Pension Record of David Fluharty
  • Fluharty Genealogical Research of Bill Cunningham, Wetzel County, WV

    David Fluharty, previously married to Lavinia Springer, then to Susanna Springer, settled on eight acres of land located on the right hand fork of Piney, near Ross, Wetzel County, WV. The Fluharty Cemetery, the burial site of David and Susanna, is located on the former homestead.

    David served in the West Virginia Volunteers during the Civil War, eventually reaching the rank of sergeant. He sustained a gunshot wound to the arm, was discharged July, 1865 and received a pension. His pension application describes him as having fair complexion, blue eyes and brown hair, 5'8", with sandy whiskers.