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Daughters of the American Revolution, Elizabeth Ludington Hagans Chapter, Morgantown, West Virginia Records
Collection Number: A&M.0483
Overview Correspondence, 1903-1947; lists of names of Revolutionary War soldiers and officers, burials, location of graves, and pensions. There is a list of frontier forts in Monongalia County; data on servicemen in World Wars I and II; and genealogical information on about one hundred families.
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...
Collection Number: A&M.0091
Scope and Contents Copies of statements made by Revolutionary War soldiers to prove services in the war. Taken from county court records of Monongalia County.
Collection Number: A&M.1212
Scope and Contents Typescript Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Monongalia County, W.Va. Records compiled by genealogical committee, Col. John Evans Chapter D.A.R., Morgantown, 1940. Typescript, Revolutionary Soldiers who applied for Pension in Monongalia County, West Virginia. Copied from original statement made by the soldier. By genealogical committee, Col. John Evans Chapter, Morgantown, 1942.
Dates: 1940; 1942
Collection Number: A&M.0406
Scope and Contents List of names showing birth and death dates, name of wife, and pages numbers from an unidentified volume; includes a few names of Ohio County soldiers.
Dates: No Date