0-1-3-18 Mary (Aunt Polly) Plymale was born on
her father's plantation on Twelvepole Creek in Wayne county, West Virginia on May 14th,
1858. She married Robert Roberts on July 26th, 1878. He was born in
1857. His brother St. Clair married Mary (Aunt Polly)'s sister Sarah.
They lived in Webville, Kentucky for several years. Robert Roberts owned
and operated a federal distillery for many years before the days of prohibition.
Later, they moved to Williamson, West Virginia where they lived for several years.
Robert Roberts died in 1914 and is buried in a cemetery in Williamson,
Mary or "Aunt Polly" as everyone knew her in her later years,
moved to Catlettsburg, Kentucky where she lived with her son 0-1-3-18-2 John until his
death in 1939. She then moved in with one of her daughters where she lived until her
death on May 6th, 1949. She is buried in the Catlettsburg cemetery.
"Mary (Aunt Polly) smoked
a clay pipe as many older women did in those days. She also made some of the best
blackberry wine available." 0-1-3-11-1-4
John Fred Plymale