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Morgan family - Genealogy


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Max Mathers Collection Papers

Collection Number: A&M 2386
Overview Correspondence, financial papers, diaries, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and photographs relating to the Max Mathers family and Monongalia County, West Virginia. The activities of Anna DeGant Mathers, wife of Max Mathers, and Margaret Mathers Barrick, his daughter, as well as of Margaret's two sons, William Mathers Barrick and George Milton Barrick, Jr. are well represented in the family papers. Max Mather's own papers document his personal life, Republican party activities, genealogical...
Dates: 1821-1957

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

Morgan Family Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 2562

Genealogy of the Morgan family, mainly concerning George Wilkes Morgan, great-great grandfather of Zackquill Morgan, founder of Morgantown, WV.

Dates: 1820-1822; 1960

Morgan Family Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 2593

Copy of the Morgan Family Tree, a family history concerning Edward, Daniel, and John Morgan who moved from present day Berkeley Co., WV, to the Wheeling area in 1773. Material covers the years 1773-1978.

Dates: 1978

Morgan Family Genealogy

Collection Number: A&M 3019
Overview Genealogical charts, correspondence and notes about an Upshur County family compiled by a descendent, Marthafern Bacon. Bacon relates tales about this family of pioneers and Revolutionary War veterans containing members of remarkable longevity. Of note is a story about Issac A. Morgan who when past the age of 70 walked to Kansas and back to visit a cousin. He said, "When you've seen a mile of Kansas you've seen it all." Significant mention is made of a family heirloom, a pierced tin lantern,...
Dates: 1989

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