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Family Bible Records Notebook

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Collection Number: A&M.2467
Overview Family bible records, copied by Mrs. James D. Little and presented through the Fort Lee Chapter, Genealogical Records Committee, West Virginia State Organization, NSDAR. These records show the dates of births, deaths, and marriages for members of the following families: Caldwell, Moore, Pearce, Edwards, Justice, Lytle, Wheeler, Anfiled, Marrs. The names found in each bible are indexed. Material covers the years 1760-1975.

Fluharty Family Genealogy

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Collection Number: A&M.2391
Overview Mimeographed typescript entitled "The Family of Cecile Fluharty" authored by Cecile Moore Fluharty, 1974. Includes sketches of the Fluharty, Birkhead, Davis, DeLaWarr, Hardman, Hughes, Jackson, Moore, Morris, Nichols, Orr, Sellman, Stoneking, Underwood, Wells, West, and other related families. Covers the years 1300-1974.

Frances H. Irwin, Compiler, Moore and Vance Families Genealogy

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Collection Number: A&M.2393
Overview Hard-bound mimeographed typescript entitled "The Vance Descent of John Alexander Moore" prepared by Frances H. Irwin, 1947. Material covers the years 1768-1947.

Hall and Gandy Families (Preston County, W.Va.) Genealogy

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Collection Number: A&M.1834
Overview Genealogical descent charts of the Hall, Gandy, and allied families of Preston, County, West Virginia, from 1724 to 1961 as compiled by Clarence M. Smith in 1989. Typescript chiefly lists descendants of George Brown Hall (1824-1882) of Preston County, West Virginia, and his wife, Nancy Gooseman Gandy (1828-1917), also of Preston County. along with birth, marriage, and death dates.

Hardy and Hampshire Counties, Records

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Collection Number: A&M.1171
Overview Copies of Fairfax grants and surveys made or copied by James William Kuykendall, county surveyor; record of the town lots in Moorefield; extracts from Hardy and Hampshire County records; cemetery readings; muster roll of the McNeill's Rangers, 1861-1865; prospectus for Kuykendall family history, and local history items. The volume contains detailed records for Cunningham, Harness, Kuykendall, Parsons, and Van Meter families. Other records pertain to the Casey, Fisher, Hite, Hopkins, McMechan,...

Jordan Harrison Account Book and Two Typescripts

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Collection Number: A&M.0063
Overview An account book from Skimino, York County, Virginia, which mentions several members of the Bates, Cole, Harrison, More, and Smith families. The journal lists expenses incurred in moving from York County to Mount Pleasant, Ohio, in 1817. There is a typed index to names in the journal, and a typed narrative on the Harrison and Bates families.

Moore Family Diplomas, Awards, and Certificates

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Collection Number: A&M.0610
Overview Diplomas and certificates awarded to Susan M. Moore and T. R. Moore by Washington College, West Virginia University, Morgantown Female Seminary, and Mount Holyoke Seminary; and a photograph of the tombstone of Oscar Raif, 1847-1899. Also contains photostat negative of 1909 diploma of Susan Maxwell Moore.

Moore Family Genealogy

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Collection Number: A&M.1136
Overview A one page typescript compiled by Mrs. William J. Bland, Kansas City, Mo., on the family of Samuel Preston Moore of New Salem, W. Va. There is a list of Sources. Material covers the years 1756-1866.

Moore Family Genealogy

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Collection Number: A&M.2844
Overview Family history of a Monongalia and Upshur County family that settled in Granville and Sago respectively. Levin Moreau was Frenchman who settled in New Jersey as a refugee from Bonaparte. He later anglicized his name and moved to Granville after the War of 1812 where he married and had a family. His descendents moved to Upshur County where during the Civil War, a Lorenzo Moore enlisted in the 10th. WV late in the war serving in the Wilderness and at Petersburg where he was wounded. Material...

Moore Family, World War I Letters and Other Material

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Collection Number: A&M.3675
Overview Chiefly the World War I letters of brothers Arch C. Moore and John Cecil Moore and relative Virgil E. Moore, all from Diamond, Kanawha County, West Virginia, who served in the American Expeditionary Force in 1918 and 1919. The Moores wrote to both their mother, Armilda Moore, and their sister, Nora Moore, during their military service. Primary topics for all of the correspondents include the weather; their health; sending and receiving letters from home; girls; and family news. Collection also...