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Puffenbarger Pond

 Have been there. We are probably kinfolk. Says Donna Puffenbarger

The family was not wiped out by pox. I always heard they were forced off of the mountain by the government. The log cabin that was at Puffenbarger Pond was taken apart and moved down to Brushy Fork Road (Sugar Grove) where it was re-assembled. It still sits on our property today. The family graveyard is close to the pond and has the grave of Benjamin Wesley Puffenbarger who I think is my husband's
    great great-Grandfather. Says Becky Puffenbarger

Not sure where the ''pox'' story came from. Not true. Some family members died of diphtheria. Says Earl Puffenbarger

Family graveyard northwest of pond WV side of road,
so sad, families wiped out by pox in early 20th century Says Anonymous

I was wondering if maybe you can help me. I am looking up info on the Puffenbarger family. My great-great grandpa was Harmon William smith. I just found out that his real last name was Puffenbarger and he had to move to Ohio from Virginia and change his name. His fathers name was Adam and his mother was (Betsy) Elizabeth Simmons. If you have any info I would greatly appreciate it.
    If I can help anyone, just let me know. Thanks, Michelle Says Michelle Mccarthy

My grandfather lived in the country side of west virginia. Wonder if he has ever been there? Says Jacob Puffenbarger

Puffenbarger Pond is
 as I am told the homeplace of my Great Grandmother Mattie Pufenbarger Liptrap. Earl this would mean we are related.. I have not been there but my parents and uncles have. please give me contact info to speak with you about the Puffenbarger family. Says Sandy Shockey

Puffenbarger Pond is a small pond on top of shenandoah Mountain in extreme western Augusta County Virginia. It was hand dug by my Grandfather and his brothers at the turn of the century. Says Earl Puffenbarger


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