2 edition of History and family record of the Morton family of Webster County, West Virginia found in the catalog.
History and family record of the Morton family of Webster County, West Virginia
Elizabeth Davis Swiger
|Other titles||Morton family genealogy., History of the Morton family of Webster County, West Virginia.|
|Statement||by Elizabeth Davis Swiger ; including cemetery readings from Black"s Chapel and Woods cemeteries compiled by Ronald V. Hardway.|
|Contributions||Hardway, Ronald V.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.M89 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 49-329 :|
|Number of Pages||329|
|LC Control Number||85229041|
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Get this from a library. History and family record of the Morton family of Webster County, West Virginia: the continuing story. [Elizabeth Davis Swiger; Ronald V Hardway] -- Edward Morton (b) was probably born in Pennsylvania, but enlisted in the Revolutionary War from Augusta County, Virginia.
He was pro- bably a son of Elizabeth (Armstrong) Morton, who later. All are supplements to the original volume by Edward E. Morton, published in Includes index. Original work was about the family of Edward Morton (b. ) of Pennsylvania and Virginia. Supplement includes information on Bodkin/Botkin family of Highland County, Virginia and Given and Rose family of Webster County, West Virginia.
FHL Book A1 no. [Morton] Swiger, Elizabeth Davis, Edward E. Morton and Ronald V. Hardway. History and Family Record of the Morton Family of Webster County, West Virginia: The Continuing Story. Grafton, W. Va.: Mountain Heritage Genealogy Society, FHL Book Ms. [Morton] Swiger, Elizabeth Davis and Edward E.
Morton. Edward Morton Family of Highland County Virginia and Pendleton County Virginia Posted on Ap Ap by House of Harper Genealogy My direct line of Morton’s trace back to Edward Morton who at the age of 16, fought in the.
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Webster County, West Virginia Webster County Education, Geography, and History. Webster County is a county located in the state of West Virginia. Based on the census, the population was 9, Its county seat is Webster Springs. The county was founded in and named for Daniel Webster. Etymology - Origin of Webster County Name.
The West Virginia Archives and History web site offers detailed information on the state's history, outlines the documents available in the State Archives, and provides assistance in conducting genealogical research.
Annals of Webster County, West Virginia, Before and Since Organization, Webster Springs, West Virginia, n. p., WVRANDOL Discussing of surnames, places, and events in the area of Randolph County, West Virginia including Harrison County (from which it was formed in ) and any counties that physically touch its borders (i.e., Barbour, Grant, Pendleton, Pocahontas, Tucker, Upshur, Webster).
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Use * to search for zero or more characters before or after the search term. USA (1,) > West Virginia (20,) > West Virginia Cemetery Records (10,) > Webster County Cemetery Records () Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level.
Statewide collections are found on the West Virginia Cemetery Records page. Note: Burial locations are often listed in death records and obituaries. History Of Logan County, West Virginia: MHB. Hardback. pages. This is a reprint of the edition with an added name index. History of Logan County as well as biographies, Hatfields, Don Chafin and more.
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There are many types of census records for Webster County guide you in researching your family l Population Schedules are available for, (free index), (fragment), Webster Co. Mortality Schedules can be acquired forand. County. Explanations Eskridge H-i Morton ()'-was a man who dedicated his life to public service in Webster County as well as to the State of West Virginia.
Morton was educated in Webster County Schools and was a graduate of West Virginia University and Law School. Upon finishing Law School, he returned to Webster Springs and. Archives and History News Birth, Death and Marriage Records Cemeteries, West Virginia, Artificial Collection County Formations, West Virginia Counties of West Virginia History of the American Negro The Martins' Family History, by Caroline Day Martin () Quick Guides to Birth, Death, and Marriage Records Researching Your Civil War Ancestor.
History and family record of the Morton family of Webster County, West Virginia by Elizabeth Davis Swiger 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.
Swiser, Elizabeth D. History and Family Record of the Morton Family of Webster County, West Virginia. (Allen Press Inc.) Lawrence Kansas Yen of West Virginia Vol. 11 Biographical Publishing Co., Chicago, ILL Interview Hiss Xape .Morton Family Cemetery Location Webster Springs, Webster County, West Virginia, USA Add to Map.A history of Highland County, Virginia by Morton, Oren Frederic, Publication date Publisher Monterey, Va., The author This book's documentation is well founded.
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