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Neal family

 Family

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Clement Ross Jones (1871-1939) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1490
Scope and Contents Collection contains histories of the Hardin, Iglehart, Kincheloe, Waters, Wickliffe, and allied families such as Neal, Logan, Foley, Lewis, Peadro, Phelps, Monroe, Dils, McQuilkin, and others. Collection also includes Jones' correspondence relating to the above genealogies and some newspaper clippings.
Dates: 1934-1957

Dr. William A. Neal Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.4481
Scope and Contents Papers of West Virginia University, School of Medicine faculty member Dr. William A. Neal and the Neal family of West Virginia. Includes correspondence, photographs, awards, clippings, military service record, etc. documenting his career. Also includes papers regarding Neal's father and paternal uncles, and mother. There are papers of his grandfather William Elmer Neal (1875-1969) who was a physician, mayor of Huntington, WV (1925-28), and who served in the WV House of Delegates (1949-’51)...
Dates: ca. 1880-2016

Edward N. Orr, Collector, Burch, Henshaw, and Neale Families Genealogy

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.2179
Overview Genealogical records of the Burch, Hoshaw, and Neale Families. The Burch family originally settled in Hardy County, West Virginia. These records are xerox reprints from the Prairie Gleaner, the official quarterly of the Missouri Genealogical society, Vol. II no. 1.
Dates: 1806-1969

Gary Weiner, Collector, Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3038
Overview Autograph book (1872-87) of Jennie Robinson of Clarksburg with inscriptions from her friends. A letter from Martha Perry of Staunton, VA (1 March 1888) to Jennie Robinson of Clarksburg, WV congratulating her on her upcoming wedding. Letters from the Neale family, relatives of Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson. A letter from Thomas Neale of Parkersburg (6 June 1833) to Lewis Maxwell of Lewis County inquiring about Thomas Jackson and his brother. A letter from W. R. Neale at Mossy Creek, TN (23...
Dates: 1773-1938

Hall and Gandy Families (Preston County, W.Va.) Genealogy

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1834
Overview Genealogical descent charts of the Hall, Gandy, and allied families of Preston, County, West Virginia, from 1724 to 1961 as compiled by Clarence M. Smith in 1989. Typescript chiefly lists descendants of George Brown Hall (1824-1882) of Preston County, West Virginia, and his wife, Nancy Gooseman Gandy (1828-1917), also of Preston County. along with birth, marriage, and death dates.
Dates: 1989

Neale Family Letters (photocopies)

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.2623
Overview Two letters mentioning Thomas J. 'Stonewall' Jackson and his family. The first, dated 6 June 1833 from Thomas Neale to Lewis Maxwell concerns the disappearance of the children of his daughter, Julia Jackson Woodson. The second letter, dated 23 February 1864, from W.R. Neale, discusses Stonewall Jackson's death.
Dates: 1833 - 1834

Neale Family (Parkersburg, W.Va.) Genealogy

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1825
Overview Genealogy of the Richard Neale (1743-1816) and Francis Underwood Neale (d. before 1800) family from 1620 to 1962. Includes children of Richard and Francis Neale and the descendants of their son, Thomas Neale (1774-1834) and his wife, Margaret C. Winn Neale (1775-1823), who lived in Wood County, Virginia, now West Virginia. Thomas Neale was a merchant in Parkersburg.
Dates: undated

Robert G. Bennett, Compiler, Genealogy Research Records

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3813
Overview Notebooks of genealogy research records compiled by Robert G. Bennett regarding the Bennett family of Nicholas County, West Virginia, including information on the Grahm, Grose, Lively, Malcom, and Neil families. There are 17 notebooks. Family histories are for the period ca. 1700-1970. There are also a few photographs.
Dates: ca. 1950-1970

William Presley Lewis Neale Manuscript

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1374
Overview Sketch of a western Virginia pioneer who left Loudon County, Virginia when his mother and stepfather emigrated (ca.1816) and settled in Mercer's Bottom in Mason County. The sketch was written by one of the subject's children and has anecdotes about Neale's boyhood, parents, and frontier farming. This family history contains a life story of Nancy Maria Smith Neale, William's mother, a woman of vision and independence.
Dates: n.d.