Noah & Phebe Jane (Simmons) Eckard Family. This is a first pass at putting together a family tree for the Eckard Family Reunion which is held annually the 4th Sunday in August. This information is incomplete at this point as we try to gather the complete history.
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This is a first pass at putting together a family tree for the Eckard Family Reunion which is held annually the 4th Sunday in August. This information is incomplete at this point as we try to gather the complete history.
You can help by providing missing information (names, dates, pictures, any tidbits you would like to add), which will help us complete the family tree. This will be enjoyed at our annual reunion as our family continues to grow. We will also be happy to send you a copy upon request.
If you can provide missing information, please contact Judy Rader or Linda Custer at their respective addresses below: We appreciate your help!
56 River View Drive
Verona, VA 24482
E-Mail: [email protected]
HC 74- Box 76
Brandywine, WV 26802
Burial Site at Crummetâ€™s Run Cemetery - Sugar Grove, W. VA.
When He Cometh
When He cometh, when He cometh to make up his jewels, all His jewels, precious jewels, His loved and His own.
Little children, little children, who love their Redeember are the jewels, precious jewels, His loved and His own.
Like the stars of the morning, His bright crown adorning, they shall shine in their beauty, bright gems for His crown.
This song was sung by Noah Eckard to his students. Information given by Hazel Eckard Fisher at 50th Noah & Phebe Eckard Reunion - August 27, 2000
Noah Webster Eckard was son of
Absalom Eckard (1825 - 1898) and Sarah J. Lamb
Phebe Jane Simmons was daughter of
Ephraim Simmons (born 1831) and Sarah Propst (born 1822)