Genealogical and Personal History of the Upper Monongahela Valley, West Virginia, Under the Editorial Supervision of Bernard L. Butcher ...: With an Account of the Resurces and Industries of the Upper Monongahela Valley and the Tributary Region, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1912 - Monongahela River Valley (W. Va. and Pa.)
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I recommed this book. Alot of detail about wonderful industrial families of the Monongahela Valley. Hard working and a very strong people. I am proud to be a descendant.
I have the original brass
negative of the photo of my Great Grandfather Jerome M. Francois. He had another grandson, my father William J. Francois, who was born in Pennsylvania. Where Emil had moved after he left Carksburg West Virginia.
I have found a copy of all three volumes for sale, but at this time cannot afford it. I hope someday I can afford a copy. At least for now, I can read it here on the internet and also see a photo of my great grandfather.
Thank you,
Julie Francois
 

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This is volume III of the well know genealogical history of the Upper Monongahela Valley or what is known as West Virginia and part of Pennsylvania today. Volume III contains the index. The index begins on page 1137.

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Page 1256 - I, , do swear (or affirm) that I renounce and refuse all allegiance to George the Third, King of Great Britain, his heirs and successors, and that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a free and independent state...
Page 1046 - In politics he is a Republican. He is a member of the Committee on State Prison.
Page 1225 - Agard is prominent in fraternal circles, holding membership in the Woodmen of the World and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and Women of Woodcraft.
Page 1059 - Fraternally he is a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. He married Miss Rose Zelmer of Rondout.
Page 1076 - Of all the plans developed none has excited more attention than that known as the 'Graduating System for Country Schools,' devised by AL Wade, Superintendent of Monongalia county, West Virginia. * * * It has been reviewed by all the educational journals, and has excited the attention of the principal State Superintendents of the country." In July, 1879, by invitation, he read a paper on this subject before the National Educational Association at Philadelphia.
Page 1230 - He is also a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. He is a member of the...
Page 1366 - He was a Republican in politics and a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Page 1258 - He was appointed by the President a member of the board of visitors to the US Military academy, West Point, in 1885, and to the US Naval academy, Annapolis, in 1896.
Page 949 - Fraternally, he is a member of the Free and Accepted Masons, and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

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