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Letcher, John, 1813-1884

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Friend E. Clark, Collector, Civil War Records Regarding Lieutenant F.C. Cox

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0039
Overview Papers collected by Friend E. Clark contain several documents related Lt. F. C. Cox, who served with Gen. James A. Walker during the Civil War: a copy of an undated letter from Col. Charles A. Ronald, 4th Virginia Infantry, to Governor John Letcher on behalf of Lt. F. C. Cox; two letters from Berkeley Moore to Septimus Hall, written July 3 and 12, 1919, related to Cox and his military service; and a short typed genealogy of the Davis-Cox family recording family history from 1769 to 1898. Also...
Dates: 1897-1919

Gibson Lamb Cranmer, Papers Regarding Statehood and Other Material

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.2848
Overview Papers regarding West Virginia statehood and the history of Wheeling and Ohio County compiled by Judge Gibson L. Cranmer (1826-1903) of Wheeling, West Virginia, who served as secretary of the Wheeling Convention that repudiated Virginia's secession from the United States in 1861. Series 1 includes manuscript narratives and correspondence describing events of the West Virginia statehood movement, written by eyewitnesses at the request of Gibson L. Cranmer. Manuscript authors include John S....
Dates: 1787-1895, undated; Majority of material found in 1822-1881

Henry Ruffner (1790-1861) and William Henry (1824-1908) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1942
Overview Pamphlets include Henry Ruffner's antislavery pamphlet, 1847, and his Union speech, 1856. Subjects of the manuscripts and correspondence include family history; travel; Kanawha Salt Works; schools in Virginia and Kanawha County; Lane Seminary Library; Presbyterian Church; slavery, coal, gas, iron, and timber; Johns Hopkins, Washington and Lee, Harvard, Hobart, Cornell, and Hampden-Sydney colleges; Greenbrier County; Alabama; election of 1904; University of Virginia; Kanawha Valley floods;...
Dates: 1829-1913

Roy Bird Cook (1886-1961), Collector, Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1561
Overview Papers collected by Roy Bird Cook, a Lewis County native and Charleston pharmacist, who in his role as historian, researcher, and author, was a pioneering and effective advocate for the preservation of West Virginia history. This collection includes the papers he collected in connection with his research, including documentation of the Civil War in West Virginia, Stonewall Jackson and his family, and genealogy of North Central West Virginia, among other topics. Materials include letters and...
Dates: 1679-1984, undated; Majority of material found within 1840-1960