EvidenceCollection: Martinsburg Statesman-Democrat

November 16, 1906

Charles Gray; Shot.

Shot By Bad Negro. Charles Gray, a well-known Baltimore and Ohio fireman, running on the Millville limestone train was shot and mortally wounded in front of the Baltimore and Ohio station at Weverton late Saturday night, […]
April 18, 1913

Death: Raleigh Moler

Raleigh Moler. Mr. Raleigh Moler, of Washington, who was born at Bakerton, Jefferson county, died Saturday of heart failure. The body was brought to Harpers Ferry Sunday on train No. 55, and the funeral party was […]
February 3, 1911

Federal Prisoners from area picked up; headed for Wheeling

Federal Prisoners. Captain Dawson, the U. S. deputy Marshal left here on last Saturday with a number of prisoners for Wheeling for the federal court. One was Nick Carter, No. 3, an Italian from the quarries […]
March 9, 1906

Grimm, cooper, killed by B&O

Run Down By No. 8 A cooper named Grimm who worked at the lime Kiln’s at Bakerton, was struck and instantly killed by No. 8, last Friday, on the B. & O. at a point about […]
April 21, 1911

Hopper-Ruark Marriage

HOPPER-RUARK. Miss Beulah Ruark, daughter of Mrs. Clara Ruark, 112 Swartz street, and the late William H. Ruark, was married Monday evening at 7 o’clock to Mr. William F. Hopper, of Cincinnati, O., by Rev. Dr. […]
August 30, 1912

Colvin, Struck by Train. Killed Instantly

Fell Asleep on Track and Killed Clarence Colvin, a B. & O. Brakeman, Struck by No. 4 at Flagg’s Crossing Sunday Morning. Clarence P. Colvin, aged 30 years of age, a Baltimore and Ohio freight brakeman […]
August 2, 1912

Hopper visits Bakerton

Mr. Elmer M. Hopper and family, North High street, went to Bakerton Tuesday to spend the remainder of the week with friends.
April 20, 1906

Lizzie Hopper Returns to Bakerton

Miss Lizzie Hopper, who has been on a visit to friends in this city has returned to her home in Bakerton.
April 5, 1907

Houseworth Instantly Killed at Bakerton by B&O

HOUSEWORTH. Mr. Smith Houseworth, one of Martinsurg’s most venerable citizens was instantly killed at Bakerton on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad on Wednesday last about 2 o’clock. Mr. Houseworth had been on a visit to friends […]
July 28, 1905

Bakerton Campmeeting at Duke’s Woods

Camp-Meeting at Bakerton. Charles Town W. Va, July 26. – A camp-meeting will be held in Duke’s woods, at Bakerton, W. Va., commencing August 11 and continuing 10 days. The meeting will be in charge of […]