Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.0549
Overview A land survey of the property of the Blue Sulphur Springs Resort of Greenbrier County including land (24 acres), cabins, dining house and stables. Conducted by David Hanna, the survey was ordered by the Greenbrier County Superior Court in order to settle a transaction dispute regarding the sale of the property by Nancy Patterson and the heirs of James Patterson to Joseph Martin and Charles Carraway.
Collection Number: A&M.0704
Overview Sketches of pioneer life on the Virginia frontier (what is now central West Virginia) in the late eighteenth century including the exploits of pioneers and Indian fighters such as Jacob Reger, Sam Hughs and Joseph and Joel Martin. White comments on the activities of the company, Confederate sympathies and activities of various citizens, the Ringgold Raiders, and the Confederate scout, John Righter.