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Johnson family


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

George A. Shingleton, Collector, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 2972
Overview A collection of the donor's father, George A. Shingleton (1905-85) of Taylor Co., WV containing letters, deeds, tax receipts and sheet music from the Johnson and Moats families of Barbour Co., WV which were his maternal grandparents families. Also included are genealogical notes on the family of Eli Firth; a book on an informal history of the 143rd. (Anti-aircraft) Gun Battalion during World War II; and Baltimore & Ohio Railroad rule books, seniority lists, letters, memos, note books and...
Dates: 1873-1951

Johnson Family Correspondence

Collection Number: A&M 2294
Overview Correspondence of Johnson and allied families concerning local church matters and family news, a majority which concerns the descendants of Joseph and William Johnson, the most prominent members of the family. Joseph was the first governor of Virginia from the western part of the state. His brother, William, was the first postmaster at Bridgeport. Noteworthy is a letter to William Johnson dated November 29, 1864, from Mason Hesser a Confederate prisoner at Elmira, New York, during the Civil...
Dates: 1820-1987

Johnson Family Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 1728

Family genealogies in this collection include: Carter, Johnson, and Price.

Dates: 1964

Joseph M. Kellogg, Compiler, Notebooks

Collection Number: A&M 1626
Overview Genealogical records, compiled by Professor Joseph M. Kellogg, Lawrence, Kansas, of the Henkel, McCann, Johnson, Mitchell, and Teter families. The records include copies of many nineteenth century documents. Allied families mentioned are Apple, Eschmann, Grisemer, Hammer, Harper, Hite, Pearies, Peterson, Ruleman, Scholl, See (Zeh), Simmons, Skidmore, and Westfall-Kortrecht. Most of these families settled in the South Branch Valley and the counties of Harrison, Lewis, Randolph, Barbour,...
Dates: ca. 1945-1958

Minnie Kendall Lowther Papers

Collection Number: A&M 0740
Overview M.K. Lowther (1869-1947) was a journalist and one of the first women newspaper editors in West Virginia. She was the author of the HISTORY OF RITCHIE COUNTY; BLENNERHASSETT ISLAND IN ROMANCE AND TRAGEDY; FRIENDSHIP HILL, HOME OF ALBERT GALLATIN; MARSHALL HALL AND OTHER POTOMAC POINTS IN STORY AND PICTURE; and MT. VERNON: ITS CHILDREN, ITS ROMANCES, ITS ALLIED FAMILIES AND MANSIONS. There are complete and incomplete typescripts, rough drafts, revisions, photographs and plates of her books....
Dates: 1907-1945

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Genealogy 2
Harrison County (W. Va.) 2
Authors -- Letters and papers 1
Barbour County (W. Va.) 1
Blennerhassett Island (W. Va.) 1