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Haymond, William.

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Edward E. Meredith Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1814
Overview Clippings, letters, broadsides, and articles written or collected by E.E. Meredith, author of the newspaper column, "Do You Remember," which appeared in the Fairmont TIMES-WEST VIRGINIAN. There are: copies of theatre programs, 1917-1919; electoral tickets, 1860, 1864; a proclamation by George B. McClellan, commanding the Department of the Ohio, 1861; and an open letter, "Monongahela River Bridge Underwriting Syndicate Managers," concerning the construction of the million-dollar bridge in...
Dates: 1817-1954

Harrison County Court Records, Estate Record for William Haymond

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.4188
Overview Two documents regarding the estate of William Haymond (1740-1821), a prominent 18th century pioneer of western Virginia. There is an "inventory" in 10 pages of the property of Haymond with appraised values; the appraisal was conducted on 9 March 1822, the year after his death. There is a related but undated document showing both Haymond property "sold and assigned to the widow "Mary Haymond," and property simply "assigned" to same.
Dates: 1822, undated

William Haymond (1771-1848), History of the Haymond Family, Typed Document

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1695
Overview History of the Haymond family, pioneer residents of the Palatine tract in Marion County, West Virginia. Eight letters written by William Haymond to his nephew Luther Haymond recall frontier life in the Monongahela, Tygart, Ohio, and Kanawha valleys, 1780-1793. Subjects include the settlement of Morgantown, Clarksburg, Williamstown, the Palatine tract, and Coburn's Fort; land surveys in Harrison County; trapping and hunting; road surveying; and Indian warfare.
Dates: 1893

William McCleery (1741-1821) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0146
Overview The papers of Colonel William McCleery of Morgantown, a Revolutionary War veteran, attorney, county clerk, prosecuting attorney, representative from Monongalia County to the Federal Constitutional Convention, founder of the Presbyterian Church in Morgantown, and landholder and purchasing agent. The papers include correspondence, typescripts, land records, and some printed materials. Much of the correspondence is between McCleery and his agent, Benjamin Oden of Upper Marlboro, Maryland,...
Dates: 1770-1857, 1945; Majority of material found within 1770-1857