Churches -- West Virginia -- Morgantown
Subject Source: Local Lc
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.0602
Scope and Contents Mimeographed letters of Joseph F. McNeely requesting the restoration by the Presbyterian Church of Morgantown, of the McNeely family monument removed from the Presbyterian cemetery on the site of the new church.
Dates: February 24, 1954
Collection Number: A&M.3764
Overview Facsimile of minute book for the Methodist Protestant Church in the "Pierpont Neighborhood" of Morgantown, (West) Virginia. This church was a member of the "Pittsburgh Conference District". Includes lists of names, financial transactions, and other information.
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.
Collection Number: A&M.1014
Overview Records, including minutes of the quarterly conference and the Epworth League; lists of church members and probationers; and papers and records relating to baptisms, marriages, and pastors.
Collection Number: A&M.0576
Scope and Contents Manuscript and printed material, and pictures collected by Rufus A. West, a Morgantown antiquarian and faculty member of the College of Engineering, West Virginia University. There are also a small number of Mr. West’s personal papers, consisting of letters concerning West Virginia University College of Engineering, Oak Grove Cemetery Association, and the Wesley Methodist Church, all of Morgantown, and business records of the Town Hill Service Station, owned by Mr. West. The main...
Dates: 1774; 1780; 1830-1952
Collection Number: A&M.2762
Overview Copy of the 1980 Spruce Street United Methodist Church Directory; xerox copies of miscellaneous papers on church history, including lists of members, accounts, programs, photographs, and a pamphlet on the history of the church.
Collection Number: A&M.0146
Overview The papers of Colonel William McCleery of Morgantown, a Revolutionary War veteran, attorney, county clerk, prosecuting attorney, representative from Monongalia County to the Federal Constitutional Convention, founder of the Presbyterian Church in Morgantown, and landholder and purchasing agent. The papers include correspondence, typescripts, land records, and some printed materials. Much of the correspondence is between McCleery and his agent, Benjamin Oden of Upper Marlboro, Maryland,...
Dates: 1770-1857, 1945; Majority of material found within 1770-1857