man Harrison Jackson Duty‏‎, son of George Washington Duty and Mary Ann Jackson‏.
Born ‎12 Oct 1836 at Logan, Virginia (Now West Virginia), United States, died ‎9 Jul 1900‎, 63 years

Married ‎17 Feb 1861 at Pike, Kentucky, United States (39 years married) to:

woman Sarah J. Romains‏‎
Born ‎Feb 1838 at Virginia, United States

Children:

1.
woman Emma Duty‏‎
Born ‎1857 at Logan, Logan, West Virginia, United States
2.
woman Jane Duty‏‎
Born ‎4 Jun 1859 at Logan, Virginia (Now West Virginia), United States, died ‎Apr 1930‎, 70 years
3.
woman Louisiana Duty‏‎
Born ‎± 1862 at Logan, Logan, West Virginia, United States
4.
woman Nancy Jane Duty‏‎
Born ‎4 Feb 1864 at Logan, Virginia (Now West Virginia), United States, died ‎9 Aug 1900 at Ragland, Mingo, West Virginia, United States‎, 36 years
5.
man William F. Duty‏‎
Born ‎± 1866 at Logan, Logan, West Virginia, United States
6.
woman Sallie A. Duty‏‎
Born ‎± 1868 at Logan, Logan, West Virginia, United States
7.
man George Washington Duty‏‎
Born ‎19 Dec 1871 at Logan, Logan, West Virginia, United States
8.
man Isom Duty‏‎
Born ‎± 1873 at Logan, Logan, West Virginia, United States
9.
man Alexander Duty‏‎
Born ‎± 1874 at Logan, Logan, West Virginia, United States
10.
man Charles Lee Duty‏
Born ‎3 Jun 1876 at Logan, West Virginia, United States, died ‎26 Oct 1947 at Ragland, Mingo, West Virginia, United States The following obituary was provided by researcher Brenda Sampsel (brenda.sampsel@jamboxmail.com) on 16 May 2010:

“Charles L. Duty, Lifetime Resident Of Ragland Dies


Charles L. Duty, 71, retired farmer and lifetime resident of Ragland, died at 12:45 a. m. Sunday in the local hospital. He had been ill two days and death was attributed to infirmities of age.
Mr. Duty was born on June 3, 1876, a son of the late Harrison J. and Sarah Ann (Romans) Duty. His parents were early settlers in the Ragland section and at one time owned all the land on the Rockhouse fork of Pigeon creek.
He was a member of the Church of Christ and the husband of Susan Hall Duty, whom he married 33 years ago.
Besides his wife, he leaves four daughters, Mrs. Nancy Jane Ferrell, Mrs. Alice Cisco, and Mrs. Minnie Griffey, all of Ragland, and Mrs. Ocie Mahon, of Lincoln City; four sons, Arnold Lee, Alfred, Robert, and Wallace Duty of Ragland; one stepson, James Runyon, of Ragland; 13 grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Sallie Ann Curry, of Elk creek; and two brothers, George and Alex Duty, of Pigeon creek.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 tomorrow at the home of a son-in-law, Cecil Griffey, of Ragland. John Deskins and Vernon Mullins will officiate and burial will follow in the Duty cemetery at Ragland.”
The following obituary was provided by researcher Brenda Sampsel (brenda.sampsel@jamboxmail.com) on 16 May 2010:

“Charles L. Duty, Lifetime Resident Of Ragland Dies


Charles L. Duty, 71, retired farmer and lifetime resident of Ragland, died at 12:45 a. m. Sunday in the local hospital. He had been ill two days and death was attributed to infirmities of age.
Mr. Duty was born on June 3, 1876, a son of the late Harrison J. and Sarah Ann (Romans) Duty. His parents were early settlers in the Ragland section and at one time owned all the land on the Rockhouse fork of Pigeon creek.
He was a member of the Church of Christ and the husband of Susan Hall Duty, whom he married 33 years ago.
Besides his wife, he leaves four daughters, Mrs. Nancy Jane Ferrell, Mrs. Alice Cisco, and Mrs. Minnie Griffey, all of Ragland, and Mrs. Ocie Mahon, of Lincoln City; four sons, Arnold Lee, Alfred, Robert, and Wallace Duty of Ragland; one stepson, James Runyon, of Ragland; 13 grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Sallie Ann Curry, of Elk creek; and two brothers, George and Alex Duty, of Pigeon creek.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 tomorrow at the home of a son-in-law, Cecil Griffey, of Ragland. John Deskins and Vernon Mullins will officiate and burial will follow in the Duty cemetery at Ragland.”
‎, 71 years, death cause: of a cerebral hemorrhage
11.
man Lottie B. Duty‏‎
Born ‎± 1877 at Logan, Logan, West Virginia, United States

To submit corrections or additions: Dan Mohn