Beulah Starcher was born November 29, 1913 at home on Daniel's Run, Calhoun County WV. An image of her birth record is available AT THIS LINK.
She married Holly McCoy June 10, 1930 at age 17. Holly McCoy, the son of John and Virginia McCoy, a resident of Calhoun County WV, was 24. An image of their marriage certificate is available AT THIS LINK.
Children of Beulah and Holly are Paula M. McCoy Gainer Roberts, and Holly Ray McCoy.
Beulah Starcher McCoy married Woodrow Carpenter August 12, 1937. Woodrow was noted to be a resident of Ivydale in Clay County WV, born in Gilmer County WV. An image of their marriage certificate is available AT THIS LINK.
Children of Beulah and Woodrow are Floyd Jackson Carpenter and James Woodrow Carpenter II.
Obituary taken from the HurHerald
Beulah C. Burden, 88 passed away Friday, July 12, 2002, at Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center, Grantsville, West Virginia.
Holly Ray McCoy, 38, of 870 Tanglewood Drive, Medina, Ohio, died Wednesday, January 15, (1969) in Akron City Hospital after a short illness. He had been hospitalized since November 8.
He was a fork lift operator for ten years for the Chevrolet plant at Brook Park. He had lived nine years in Medina, moving there from Elyria. A native of Millstone, he was a veteran of the Korean War.
Surviving are his widow, the former Verla Minney: a daughter, Linda Rae McCoy, and a son, Mitchell Rand McCoy, both at home; his mother, Mrs. Beulah Burden, and step-father, Arnold Burden, West Salem, Ohio: one sister, Mrs. Paula Mae Gainer of Sand Ridge, and a brother, James Carpenter, II, of Lodi Ohio.
Services were held Friday, January 17, at Waite funeral home in Medina, and burial was in the Spring Grove cemetery at Medina.
Floyd (Jack) Carpenter, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter of West Salem, Ohio, was fatally injured Thursday evening, October 27 (1955), in an auto accident in Medina county, Ohio, on county road No. 28.|
Carpenter was a sophomore at the Lodi, Ohio, high school and was a member of the future Farmers of America.
Besides his parents he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Paula Gainer of Staten; two brothers, Holly McCoy of Elyria, O., and Jim Carpenter, at home, his maternal grandfather, Allen Starcher of Millstone and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter, Clinton, Ohio.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon from the Parker funeral home in Lodi, with interment following n the Woodlawn cemetery there.