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Judy family


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Judy Family Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 2749
Overview Genealogy of the Judy family extending back to the birth in Switzerland in 870 of Johann Von Glarus, who though born a slave, attained freedom and became knighted by Ludwig III who appointed him chief administrator of Glarus Canton. Another early prominent family member was Heinrich Von Schudi who as chief military officer to the royal court was bestowed (ca. 1100) an honorary title that became used as the family surname. The first members of the family to come to America were Martin and...
Dates: 1985

Martin Judy Family Papers

Collection Number: A&M 3798
Overview Collection of photographs, artifacts, and correspondence relating to the Martin Judy (1831-1885) and Christena Harper Judy (1831-1912) family of Judy Gap, Pendleton County, West Virginia. Subjects of photographs include Martin and Christena Judy, their children, and a few relatives. Most subjects are identified. Artifacts include a scarf, quilt, toy calf, creamer, dish, jewelry box, and cowbell. Correspondence includes memory books and sympathy cards for the deaths of Isom P. Judy and his...
Dates: ca. 1857-2012; Majority of material found in ca. 1890-1986

Oliver Popenoe, Compiler, Genealogical Material Regarding Popenoe Family

Collection Number: A&M 3928
Overview Genealogical material regarding the Popenoe (Papineau, Popino, and other spellings) family and related families (including the Burris, Davis, Dent, Evans, Judy, Martin, Morgan, Prickett, Scott, and Snider families), compiled through the research of Oliver Popenoe. The Poponoe family in North America is traced back to Jean Papineau, a French Huguenot who immigrated to Massachusetts ca. 1700. His son Peter settled in what would later become Monongalia county in the 1770s. This collection...
Dates: 1911-2010, undated

R. Doyne Halbritter, Collector, Preston County Material

Collection Number: A&M 1036
Scope and Contents Typescript copies from records of the Kingwood Methodist Church; articles on the Judy, Cuppy, Cuppett, and Guseman families; a copy of John Fairfax's will, 1843; minutes of a meeting of the board of education, Reno School District, Preston County, 1880; a letter from Senator J.P. Dolliver; letter from John Scott to James H. Carroll, Richmond, 20 February 1840, concerning a bill to permit construction of a road from German Settlement through Kingwood to Morgantown; and an account book,...
Dates: 1761-1897; 1937

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Account books 1
Churches -- Kingwood Methodist 1
Doctors - Pendleton County. 1
Education. SEE ALSO Schools. 1
Folk art 1