Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2456
Overview The records of a German Reformed Church consisting of a constitution, minutes, treasury records and a list of baptisms, marriages, confirmations, and membership. Original founders of the church were pioneer German emigrants subsequently all records up to 1808 are completely in German.
Collection Number: A&M.2687
Overview Three minute books of the Flat Fork Baptist Church. Volume I: January 19, 1850 to April 11, 1869, begins with the organizing of the church, and contains minutes for monthly church meetings. The minutes include general business transactions, acceptance and exclusion of members, appointments of clergy, obituaries, and other similar actions. At the back of the volume are lists of members, lists of pastors, and the original deed for the church property. The lists of members include changes in names...
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.
Collection Number: A&M.2688
Overview Four volumes titled "Physician's Visiting List," dated 1886, 1891, 1905, and 1906, for the Parkersburg, West Virginia, area. The 1891 copy contains a prescription written by J.H. Kelley, M.D. of Parkersburg, suggesting that all volumes were Kelley's. They contain numerous names, addresses, charges, and treatments, as well as other miscellaneous notes.
Dates: 1886, 1891, 1905-1906
Collection Number: A&M.2733
Overview Birth, marriage, and death records, registers and indexes, deed, will, map, land, lease, and minute books. Indexes of grants, leases, and wills. Surveyor's maps, surveyor records, and survey record indexes. Table of town lots, appraisement, and sale book. Mechanic's lien records, contract records, commissioner's records petitions and records, repatriation petitions. Naturalization index and declarations of intention records. These records reflect the economic and population growth typical of WV...
Collection Number: A&M.4149
Overview Photocopies of family bible records of Morgan County, West Virginia. Records contain dates of births, marriages, and deaths. Family names include Allemong, Ambrose, Bohrer, Breakall, Brown, Buck, Caldwell, Catlett, Combs, Cross, Custer, Dawson, Duckwall, Eppinger, Fearnow, Fredman, Fritzman, Grove, Harmon, Herriott, Hofe, Hook, Hovermale, Hunter, Huth, Lawyer, Lutman, Martin, McKee, Michael, Miller, Munson, Newbraugh, Rankin, Ruppenthal, Shade, Shipley, Shockey, Stotler, Swaim, Tyson, Waugh,...
Collection Number: A&M.1833
Collection Number: A&M.3139
Overview These photocopies of alphabetized client records of the Owen-Neely Funeral Home of Blacksville, Monongalia County, list the names and addresses of the deceased, their marital status, survivors, details of funeral and burial services, and birth, death, and burial dates.
Collection Number: A&M.3137
Overview West Virginia Adjutant General burial and cemetery records including cemetery maps. The records consists of forms containing name; residence at death (city, county, state); cemetery name and location including town and county; date of burial; type of grave marker; information on grave marker including additional identification; date and place of birth; date, place, and cause of death; next of kin and their address; dates enlisted and discharged; serial number; rank; race; service branch; war of...
Collection Number: A&M.3230
Overview Genealogy research papers compiled by W. Guy Tetrick and his son Willis G. Tetrick, Jr. The Tetricks were from Harrison County and the material in the collection mainly regards families of Harrison County and north central West Virginia. The collection contains mostly original genealogical compilations and family histories. It also contains personal and business correspondence; financial records; publications regarding local and state history; newspapers and news clippings; obituaries, cemetery...