Birth, marriage, and death records.
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.1191
Overview Correspondence, diaries, sketch books, published and unpublished manuscripts, literary notes, business records, and printed material of a schoolteacher, newspaper writer, county historian, novelist and essayist from Kingwood, whose fiction and nonfiction writings deal primarily with the Virginia-West Virginia Allegheny highlands. His best known works are WINNING OR LOSING (1901); LAND OF THE LAUREL (1903); UNDER THE COTTONWOODS (1900); and histories of Preston, Pendleton, and Monroe counties....
Collection Number: A&M.2772
Collection Number: A&M.0038
Overview Legal papers pertaining to Pendleton County, (West) Virginia from 1789 to 1880. Includes bonds, marriage bonds, capiases, affidavits, indentures, and military commissions signed by Virginia governors.
Collection Number: A&M.0670
Overview Correspondence, business papers, and an account book of Peter T. Laishley, a Methodist minister, physician, and merchant in Monongalia County. There are papers on the settlement of the estate of Richard Laishley in England, marriages performed by Laishley; Laishley family birth and marriage notes; accounts for services as a minister and physician, 1833-1839; and other items on church and local history.
Collection Number: A&M.0492
Overview Business and personal papers of Edward Price (1818-1907), William Edward Price (1856-1938), and other members of the Price family in Monongalia County, West Virginia. Included are birth and death records and newspaper clippings on the Price, McCue, and Lazzelle families, 1830-1945; and other papers centering on Morgantown and Monongalia County.
Collection Number: A&M.1262
Collection Number: A&M.1979
Overview Papers and pictures relating to the James Rigg family, including genealogical charts, a photograph of the Kanawha Falls Hotel, and typescript copies of letters dated 1845-1854 written in Moniteau County, Missouri, and at Kanawha Falls. Subjects covered include migration to California and Missouri and family news of marriages, births, and deaths.
Dates: ca. 1900-1968
Collection Number: A&M.0718
Overview Yearly diaries in 39 volumes by Sarah Morgan McKown of Berkeley County, West Virginia, regarding everyday domestic and agricultural activities, local auctions, births, weddings, deaths, emigrations, churches, and religious activities. Also mentioned are the Civil War and its personalities. An index to the Sarah Morgan McKown diaries can also be found in the control folder--includes errata, pages missed on microfilming.
Collection Number: A&M.3340
Collection Number: A&M.2558
Overview Most of the letters are to Alice C. Statler Partiquin of Davis, West Virginia, while others are to her brother Ira Statler and other members of the family. Several letters to Ira concern operation of a coal mine in the area of Cherry Run, Morgan County. Subjects include family marriages, births, and deaths as well as news of the neighborhood. Places mentioned include Davis, Hedgesville, Holton, Horton, and Martinsburg.