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Collection Number: A&M.3928
Overview Genealogical material regarding the Popenoe (Papineau, Popino, and other spellings) family and related families (including the Burris, Davis, Dent, Evans, Judy, Martin, Morgan, Prickett, Scott, and Snider families), compiled through the research of Oliver Popenoe. The Poponoe family in North America is traced back to Jean Papineau, a French Huguenot who immigrated to Massachusetts ca. 1700. His son Peter settled in what would later become Monongalia county in the 1770s. This collection includes...
Dates: 1911-2010, undated
Collection Number: A&M.3564
Overview Transcripts, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, bills of lading, and a legal notice regarding the Scott and Hess families of Monongalia County, West Virginia. The focus of the collection regards James Scott and his brother, David Scott, who was a major in the 118th Virginia Militia. The collection references the families from the 18th century to the 20th century. Transcripts include a land grant (1774) for James Scott (1742-1781), awarded for service in the French and...
Collection Number: A&M.0745
Overview A family tree of the Major David Scott family and allied families, including the Hess, Chipps, and Pindall families. The family tree contains mention of war veterans as well as births, marriages, and deaths. There is an accompanying letter by Helen Wesp sent to her cousins requesting more detailed information about these family lines. Also mentioned in the letter is a Revolutionary War veteran of Monongalia County, Lt. James Scott. This collection also includes dresses, pants, and other items...