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Churches -- West Virginia -- Monongalia County

Subject Source: Local Lc

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Avery Methodist Protestant Church Records

Collection Number: A&M.1803
Overview Records of a church near Morgantown, including minutes, 1843-1855; register of members, baptisms, deaths, and marriages, 1919-1929; organization of the Young People's Meeting, 1935-1943; the Sunday school, 1935; and organization of the Christian Endeavor Society, 1934; minutes of the Easton-Avery Community Building, 1939-1946; minutes of the Community Center Board of Directors; and Bible Class records, 1908-1926.
Dates: 1843-1948

Churches of Monongalia County History

Collection Number: A&M.0818
Overview Material prepared by Dr. and Mrs. Gideon S. Dodds, Morgantown, including photographs of 141 church buildings, and a typescript, "A Historical Survey of the Churches of Monongalia County, West Virginia".
Dates: 1954

Clinton District, Sunday School Association, Minutes

Collection Number: A&M.1080
Overview Minutes of a Sunday School association organized at Pisgah Church in Monongalia County, 1894.
Dates: 1894-1950

Forks of Cheat Baptist Church, Photostats and Records

Collection Number: A&M.0124
Scope and Contents Typed copy of the Forks of Cheat Baptist Church Minute Book, 1775-1830.
Dates: 1775-1830

Forks of Cheat Baptist Church, Photostats, Records

Collection Number: A&M.0365
Scope and Contents A typed history of the Forks of Cheat Baptist Church along with a typed copy of a minute book, 1775-1830.
Dates: 1775-1830

Forks of Cheat Baptist Church, Photostats, Records

Collection Number: A&M.2719
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photostat copies and typescripts of original records of the Forks of Cheat Baptist Church, and consists mainly of letters of dismissal from Forks of Cheat and other Baptist churches in the area.
Dates: 1833-1895

Kanawha County Book Protest, Miscellaneous Papers

Collection Number: A&M.2624
Overview Articles, broadsides, and other materials concerning selection of textbooks for the public schools of Kanawha County, West Virginia. The controversy involved confrontation between Christian fundamentalists and liberals over educational policy.
Dates: 1975

Michael K. Johnson, Collector, Papers

Collection Number: A&M.2345
Overview Correspondence, business records, legal papers, and miscellaneous papers of the Haldeman, Baldwin, and Smith families of Monongalia and Preston counties in West Virginia and of Greene, Fayette, and Washington counties in Pennsylvania. The major portion of the collection relates to the business dealings of the Rev. T.A. Haldeman, who built and repaired carriages, wagons, and buggies at a shop in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, and also dealt in fruits and vegetables. There is genealogical material on...
Dates: 1830-1958

Monongalia County Council of Churches, Records

Collection Number: A&M.2770
Overview Correspondence, newsletters, financial reports and records of meetings. Subjects covered include missions, Christian education, mental health, world peace, and radio and television ministries.
Dates: 1946-1967

Monongalia County Histories

Collection Number: A&M.2785
Overview Two typescript narrative histories of West Virginia towns compiled and apparently written by W.B. Haught in 1920. A 76-page narrative history of Monongalia County, West Virginia, chiefly covers the Colonial period, beginning with the Huron Iroquois inhabiting the land in the early 1700s and continuing through the late 1800s. A second typescript centers on the history of Blacksville, West Virginia, from its Colonial beginnings in the 1770s to the end of the nineteenth century. This item contains...
Dates: 1920