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Morgan, Zackquill.


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Dellslow, Monongalia County History

Collection Number: A&M.2305
Overview A short history of the Monongalia County community of Dellslow, authored by Charles A. Hagadorn. Material covers the years 1750-1915.

Ernest J. Nesius Papers

Collection Number: A&M.3822
Overview Papers of Ernest J. Nesius, former faculty and administrator of West Virginia University (WVU), documenting his professional activities involving agriculture and economics, his membership on a variety of committees, and his interest in 4-H and extension services.

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 and...

Morgantown Genealogy of First Lot Owners

Collection Number: A&M.3008
Overview Genealogical information relating to the descendants of the first lot owners of Morgan's Town, Monongalia County, WV, 1785. The genealogies of the following families are included: James Daugherty, John Evans, Michael Kerns (Karn), Thomas Laidley (Laidlaw), Richard Merrifield, Zackquill Morgan, Jacob Nuze (Nusz, Nuce, Nuse, Noose) John Pierpont (Pierpoint), Jacob Pindall, David Scott, William Stewart, James Thompson (Thomson) and others not directly descended from the original lot owners: Samuel...

William McCleery (1741-1821) Papers

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,...