Welcome to our Genealogy Web Site


This site contains genealogical information about our ancestors and their descendants. 

We are:


Clarice and Joe Burval

1995 Parkwood Road

Charleston, West Virginia 25314

Telephone: (304) 346-2093



Go to the Family Genealogies below if you know the name of the family you are seeking.   Click on the Surname Index or Master Index or Site Search buttons in the top menu if you are seeking a specific person or family name.  Click on How To Navigate This Site for more information.



Our  site is divided into over 25 major family genealogies, each starting with one of our oldest direct ancestors.  By clicking  on any of those family genealogies you will be taken to the "Introduction Page" of that family.  Those genealogies are listed below:  (Note: Information on LIVING individuals is not posted on this web site.)




We have been researching our family history for many years.  Currently, we are limiting our research to extending our family lines into Europe and are no longer updating or extending our United States lines.   Nearly all of the genealogy presented on this web site is also available for viewing on the LDS (Mormon) Church’s http://www.familysearch.org.  On that site anyone is able to freely access, download, correct, update or add information for all to view.  

We strongly recommend that people consider contributing their genealogy work to the FamilySearch site at http://www.familysearch.org  FamilySearch has made excellent progress in the past several years of meeting there intended goal to create a source documented single world wide Family Tree where the entire human race is connected with only one entry for each person. The site is free to use and open to all.  You do not have to be a member of the LDS Church to join or use the site.

Our practice had been to identify our oldest direct ancestors using proven genealogical research methods and then include as many of their descendants in our database as we can identify.  Our database numbers over 25,000 individuals all related to us, with about one-half of them living.