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A History Of Pendleton County West Virginia

Author : Oren F. Morton
ISBN : 0806305932
Genre : Reference
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The Black People Of Pendleton County West Virginia

Author : William D. Rexroad
ISBN : OCLC:861743488
Genre : African Americans
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The Poor Farm Of Pendleton County West Virginia

Author : William D. Rexroad
ISBN : OCLC:952421102
Genre : Almshouses
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Pendleton County West Virginia Probate Records

Author : Rick Toothman
ISBN : 9780788412264
Genre : History
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Given by Eugene Edge III.

Pendleton County West Virginia Deedbook Records 1788 1813

Author : Rick Toothman
ISBN : 9780788403156
Genre : History
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Given by Eugene Edge III.

Moments In Time

Author : Pendleton County Historical Society
ISBN : LCCN:88050124
Genre : Pendleton County (W. Va.)
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A History Of Franklin

Author : Elsie Byrd Boggs
ISBN : WISC:89072980428
Genre : Franklin (Pendleton County, W. Va.)
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Pendleton County West Virginia

Author : Pendleton County Visitors' Committee
ISBN : OCLC:1194805308
Genre : Pendleton County (W. Va.)
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Color brochure highlighting tourist destinations and history of Pendleton County, West Virginia. Includes map of West Virgina on rear panel (6 x 8 cm.).

Marriages Of Pendleton County Virginia 1788 1853

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ISBN : UVA:X000138414
Genre : Marriage licenses
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Pendleton County, Virginia, became Pendleton County, West Virginia, in 1863.

Early Western Augusta Pioneers

Author : Cleek
ISBN : 9780806345222
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From its establishment in 1745, Augusta County, Virginia served as a haven for Scotch-Irish, German, and, to a lesser extent, English immigrants who failed to find economic opportunity or religious freedom in the colonial settlements along the Middle Atlantic coastline. This little known but important work contains detailed genealogies of the twenty families mentioned in the title of the work, who settled in that region of "old western Augusta" that today encompasses Bath and Highland counties, Virginia. In addition to the family histories, the compiler has provided introductory chapters on the history of German and Scotch-Irish settlement to the region; a table of family members who fought in the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Civil Wars, and a full name index with approximately 10,000 entries.

Thomas Bland 1740 1826 Of Pendleton County West Virginia

Author : Edith Conant Lanning
ISBN : OCLC:866222688
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Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of Thomas Bland who was born ca. 1736 and married Margaret (surname unknown) sometime prior to the year 1765. Margaret died and Thomas married Rachel Shouldres ca. 1797 in Virginia. Thomas lived in Pendleton Co., West Virginia and was the father of five sons and four daughters. Descendants lived in West Virginia, Ohio, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, California and elsewhere.

Speleogenesis Of Shoveleater Cave Pendleton County West Virginia

Author : Gayle E. Harman
ISBN : OCLC:881880753
Genre : Geology
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Shoveleater Cave of the Hellhole System is located in Germany Valley, Pendleton County, West Virginia. The Wills Mountain Anticline is breached here, exposing Ordovician limestones. Although currently dry, Shoveleater Cave retains evidence of its genesis and history that can help develop a thorough understanding of karst, both past and present in Germany Valley. This study investigated structural controls of cave formation, present day hydrology, and paleohydrology. It was hypothesized that the development of the vertical shafts of Shoveleater Cave is controlled by fracturing of the rock that hosts the cave. This was explored by comparing the locations of shafts with fractures measured in the field or found through aerial photography interpretation. Shafts coincided with fracturing in two cases. Bedding and fracture measurements taken in and above the cave were compared to the orientations of cave passages. Statistically, two times more passage length was bedding-controlled than fracture-controlled. It was hypothesized that the existence of a kink in the Wills Mountain Anticline is responsible for fracturing the rock that hosts Shoveleater Cave. Bedding was measured along the anticline limbs to determine if a bend in the ridge line of North Fork Mountain, which bounds Germany Valley to the east, was evidence of a structural kink in the anticline. A minor change in bedding strike near the bend did not account for the 9┬░ horizontal bend in the ridge line. Instead, a slight change in bedding strike and dip, due to the anticline plunging at both ends of Germany Valley, caused inconsistent erosion of the ridge line. Dip was steeper to the north, possibly resulting in differential weathering along the ridge line. The present hydrology in Germany Valley precludes Shoveleater Cave from receiving allogenic recharge. Surface streams sink into swallets feeding Silent Stream of Hellhole prior to reaching Shoveleater Cave. It was hypothesized that paleo water flow in the southern portion of Shoveleater Cave resurged at Judy Spring by way of Silent Stream of the Southern Extension of Hellhole. Analysis of scallops and passage morphology produced an interpretation of the paleohydrology from when the cave was actively forming. Scallop surveys determined that recharge during the phreatic stage came from the northeast, northwest and southwest, converged in Hellhole Hall at the center of the cave, and then flowed southeast, exiting the cave. Paleoflow was toward Silent Stream of Hellhole, but at a higher elevation than the stream. It is unknown whether the water in Shoveleater Cave flowed to Judy Spring. Phreatic flow averaging 6 cm/s formed the main branches of the cave, which cut through bedding to create a level at 678 m elevation. Recharge also entered the main southwest branches from below, creating hemispherical chambers in a east-west trending passage and an ascending channel connecting to the main branch above. Vadose infiltration did little to modify the main branches, except in the southeast branch where a large canyon dissects the usually level passage. A vadose canyon connected to the northeastern branch meanders down bedding dip. The vadose passage contains euhedral quartz crystals, which may be evidence of hypogene development. Today the water table is 140 m lower than during the formation of the main branches of the cave. Base level in the valley is controlled by the elevation of Judy Spring, which is currently at the base of the central water gap of Germany Valley.

A History Of The Shrader Schrader Schrater Family Of Pendleton County West Virginia

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ISBN : OCLC:7685389
Genre : Pendleton County (W. Va.)
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Nicholas and Jerona Schrater arrived in Philadelphia from Germany in 1785 and purchased land in Virginia in 1795. Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia,.

Emig Emich Amick Emmick

Author : David J. Emmick
ISBN : 9780615174280
Genre : History
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Johan Georg Emig was born in Germany on July 13, 1715. He married Maria Elisabeth in Germany around 1735. They had two children in there, the first, Johan Heinrich, was born about 1737, the second, Johan Philip was born about 1741. Johan Georg, with his wife and two young children, took the ship Christian from Rotterdam and arrived in Philadelphia on the September 13, 1749. Georg Emig took the oath of allegiance upon his arrival. Most of the passengers were from the Palatine region or Rhine Valley. Georg built a grist mill on Tohickon Creek in Bucks County outside of Philadelphia. Georg passed the mill down to his son Henry when he died. Henry Emig, son of Henry who was the son of Georg, was also a miller, inherited his father's grist and saw mill on Tohickon Creek in Bucks County.

A History Of Randolph County West Virginia

Author : A. S. Bosworth
ISBN : 0806347007
Genre : Reference
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John Prendergast's account of the Cromwellian settlement of Ireland contains the following specific genealogical information: (1) certificates or letters of dispensation naming a number of the Irish exiles and their families; (2) various account books, arranged by barony, identifying several hundred Adventurers and showing the location and value of the Irish land they were awarded; and (3) a list of more than 1,350 Adventurers (or their widows), giving their occupations and subscriptions.

Semi Centennial History Of West Virginia

Author : James Morton Callahan
ISBN : UVA:X000530148
Genre : West Virginia
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A History Of The Descendants Of Zachariah Rexrode Of Pendleton County Va W Va

Author : Walter L. Eye
ISBN : LCCN:87135204
Genre : Germany
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The History Of Upshur County West Virginia

Author : Cutright
ISBN : 9780806346359
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As a body, these records are extracted from roughly 750 known Bibles and extend from the late 18th through the early 20th centuries, with the greatest concentration from the mid-19th century. Most of the entries refer to births, marriages, and deaths and in most cases indicate the name(s) of the principals, the date of the event, and, sometimes, such supplementary information as his/her age or address, the maiden name of a parent, etc. Each Bible record is identified by family name and followed by a reference to the Huguenot Society records where the original can be found. In all, the records refer to more than 2,500 main families named in the surname index at the back of the volume and embrace a staggering 25,000 individuals of Huguenot or possible Huguenot ancestry--connections and allied families that would otherwise be lost to us in the unpublished files of this august organization.

Depression And New Deal In Pendleton

Author : John Craft Taylor
ISBN : OCLC:8268706
Genre : Pendleton County (W. Va.)
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A History Of The Descendants Of Christopher S Eye Of Pendleton County Va W Va

Author : Walter L. Eye
ISBN : OCLC:8985911
Genre : Pendleton County (W. Va.)
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Christopher S. Eye (1747-1797) married Catherine Zorn, daughter of Jacob and Catharine Ruleman Zorn. Christopher received a land grant in 1768 in West Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Kansas, Wisconsin, and elsewhere.

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