Wayne County, West Virginia families, 1870
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Wayne County, West Virginia families, 1870 by Oscar Thomas Atkins

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Published by O.T. Atkins in Williamson, W. Va. (Box 567, Williamson 25661) .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Wayne County (W. Va.),
  • United States,
  • West Virginia,
  • Wayne County.

Subjects:

  • Registers of births, etc. -- West Virginia -- Wayne County,
  • Wayne County (W. Va.) -- Genealogy,
  • Wayne County (W. Va.) -- Census, 1870,
  • United States -- Census, 9th, 1870

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementby Oscar T. Atkins.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF247.W3 A85 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 186 p. ;
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL776836M
LC Control Number97177841

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"Ferguson Family Genealogical History of Wayne County, West Virginia (Early Cabell and Kanawha, Virginia)." Evelyn Booth Massie, E.B. Massie, Samuel and Mary (Jameson) Ferguson () and descendants, also Joel Ferguson () and Daniel Ferguson () and descendants. In , parts of Cabell, Boone, Kanawha and Putnam were used to create Lincoln County, West Virginia. For animated maps illustrating West Virginia county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation West Virginia County Boundary Maps" () may be viewed for free at the website. Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. USA Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Kenova, Wayne County, West Virginia. Sanborn Map Company, Jan, Wayne County, West Virginia families, / Includes index. Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Kenova, Wayne County, West Virginia. Sanborn Map Company, Feb - Aug , Sanborn Map Company, Feb - .

West Virginia and Regional History Collection: Holds books, photographs, maps, and newspapers covering West Virginia and the Appalachian area. National Archives at Philadelphia: This facility maintains records from Federal agencies and courts in West Virginia, including census, military, court, naturalization, and immigration records. Preferred Citation: [item, collection number], Loar Family Collection, West Virginia State Archives, Charleston, WV. Biographical Note: The collection is primarily the business papers of Wayne County, WV, resident, Harmon Loar and his family. Harmon Loar was born ca. , in Wayne County, Virginia (later WV), to Peter and Elizabeth (Artrip) Loar. Discover the past of West Virginia through State maps in our online collection of old historical maps that span over years of growth. View West Virginia Maps such such as historical county boundaries changes, old vintage maps, as well as road / . Wayne County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the census, the population Its county seat is Monticello. The county was named for Gen. Anthony Wayne. It is a prohibition or dry county. Adjacent counties. National protected area. Time zone boundary. 4 Notable People. 5 Tourist ssional district: 5th.

The seat of Wayne County is Monticello, established in and named for the Virginia home of Thomas Jefferson [Jefferson's Monticello]. The Wayne County population was 1, [heads of households], according to the U.S. Federal Census, and the population increased to 9, by , excluding the slaves. History. Mingo County is West Virginia's newest county, formed by an act of the state legislature in from parts of Logan county was named for the Mingo Indians.. At the time of its creation, Mingo County was divided into magisterial districts, which the United States Census Bureau classifies as a type of non-functional subdivision serving purely administrative ssional district: 3rd. Mason County was created 2 January from Kanawha County.; Point Pleasant, West Virginia; County seat: Point Pleasant For animated maps illustrating West Virginia county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation West Virginia County Boundary Maps" () may be viewed for free at the website. Douglas Wayne Harvey of Hinton has been an active member and officer, including president and vice- president, of the Mercer County and Summers County historical societies and the Middle New River Genealogical Society. A descendant of many early settlement families, he was a major contributor to the Mercer County History books. Nominated by.