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Brown family


Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Bowman Collection Papers

Collection Number: A&M 2700
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence, legal and financial papers, a ledger, scrapbooks, advertising cards, brochures and photographs of the Preston County, West Virginia, area. The letters in the collection are between members of the Brown and Morgan families of Kingwood, Albright, and Reedsville and of New Interest, Randolph County. The principal correspondents are J. Slidell Brown, Ben L. Brown, Etta Brown, Daisy May Morgan, and Harriet Y.C. Morgan and a friend of the families, John...
Dates: 1885-1906

Brown Family Papers, Photographs and Maps

Collection Number: A&M 2604
Overview Papers, photographs and maps of a wealthy Morgantown family with interests in real estate and coal mining. Most of the business papers are those of J. M. G. Brown, a West Virginia University law school alumnus, who was president of Scotts Run Fuel Corporation. Brown was also a housing developer whose company, Suburban Real Estate of Morgantown, was a competitive concern not only locally but throughout north central West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania. There are papers indicating his...
Dates: 1765-1959

Brown Family World War II Ration Books and Coupons.

Collection Number: A&M 3146

World War II ration books and coupons which belonged to the Brown family of Farmington, Marion Co.

Dates: 1942-1944

Elise S. Billmyer, Collector, Papers

Collection Number: A&M 2350

The collection contains correspondence and papers of the Brown, Selby, Kirkland, Robine, Spong, Strode, Thomas, Waters, Hammond, Billmyer, Shepherd and Hamtramck families. Includes genealogical information on the Brown, Billmyer, Shepherd, and Hamtramck families; ledger, 1795-1796; and a receipt book, 1835-1843, of Walter Brown Selby.

Dates: 1636 (1757-1850) 1961

Martin Browne, Copy Books of a Putnam County Resident

Collection Number: A&M 3598
Overview Two copy books and two loose leaves by Martin Browne, a land owner who lived near Red House Shoals on the north bank of the Kanawha River in Union District, Putnam County, Virginia (now West Virginia). Martin Browne was a native of Leeds, York County, England, and immigrated to America around 1785 to 1787. He operated a tavern near Winchester, Virginia until about 1808, when he moved to Red House Shoals. The copy books in this collection date from 1810 to 1833 when he was living in western...
Dates: 1805-1833; Majority of material found in 1810-1833

Mercer Family Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 3161
Overview A family history and genealogical record of the Mercer family of Monongalia County, WV with mention of the allied families of Brown and Campbell. Robert Mercer was the first of the family to settle in what is now West Virginia near Morgantown in 1766. He was the son of Gideon Mercer and the grandson of John Mercer, the earliest known family member in America. John Mercer was a Quaker merchant of New York City and an extensive landowner of Manhattan Island. Also noted is the movement and...
Dates: 1988-1995

Presbury Family Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 0200

Photostat copies of tables tracing the Presbury line from Capt. John Hall (d. ca. 1660) through the families of Bayless, Browne, Colgate, Hall, Little, and Lytle. Also includes two volumes, cataloged in the general library, "The Presbury Family of Maryland and the Ohio Valley." There is also information regarding the Kaminsky and Parry families. Material covers the years 1650-1950.

Dates: ca. 1950

Ruffner R. Payne, Collector, Genealogical Materials

Collection Number: A&M 1914
Overview Collection is chiefly composed of genealogical materials compiled by Ruffner R. Payne. It contains various types of genealogical information for different West Virginia families from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. Documents include charts, notes, letters, certificates, pamphlets, narrative histories, and legal documents, and date from 1805 to 1943. Materials are loosely arranged in alphabetical order by family name and vary in number and format for each family. Families for whom...
Dates: 1805-1943

Stateler/Statler Family Genealogy and History

Collection Number: A&M 3184
Overview A history of the Stateler/Statler family of West Virginia, Ohio, and Illinois from Stephen Statler (ca. 1710-ca. 1784) to Rebecca Margaret Stateler Dougan (1838-1911). The family's settlement patterns start with Stephen Statler disembarking in Philadelphia from Germany in 1749. The family alternately settled along the frontier in Hardy Co. and Monongalia Co., WV; Fayette Co. and Greene Co., PA; Licking Co., OH; and Marshall Co., IL. Their settlement in southwestern Pennsylvania and north...
Dates: 1992

William A. Moreland, Political Papers, World War II Records, and Other Material

Collection Number: A&M 2032
Overview Papers of a Morgantown lawyer and state legislator. Includes political correspondence of William Moreland addressing issues ranging from abortion to coal mining with a majority of the papers regarding the operation of state bureaucracy and the importance of organized labor in West Virginia. Addendum of 2010/10/29 includes Moreland's World War II (WWII) service records, family genealogy, and family photographs. Addenda of 2011/03/21 and 2011/06/20 include papers of William Moreland, and...
Dates: 1824-2008

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Genealogy 3
Monongalia County (W. Va.) 3
Pennsylvania 3
Account books 2
Frontier and pioneer life 2