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A History of Preston County, West Virginia, Part 1
Oren Frederic Morton,J R Cole
No preview available - 2015
acres Albright Baltimore became Beerbower Benjamin born April born August born December born February born January born July born June born March born November born October born September Brandonville brother Brown Bruceton Bruceton Mills Catherine Charles Cheat River child children were born Cobun Colonel Company Daniel daughter David death December 24 descendants died February district elected Elizabeth Fairfax Fairmont farm farmer father February 22 Fellowsville Fortney George Gibson Grafton grandfather Guseman Hartley Heermans Henry Isaac Jacob James Jane John Joseph Kingwood Knights of Pythias Lakin land lived lumber Margaret marriage married Miss Martha Martin Mary Maryland Masontown Methodist miles mill Miller Monongalia county Morgan Morgantown mother moved Newburg November 16 old homestead Paul Pennsylvania Preston county Reedsville Republican residence Robert Rowlesburg Samuel Sarah settled sketch Smoot Susan Terra Alta Thomas town Tunnelton Turnley union Watson West Virginia University Whetsell wife William
Page 651 - In fraternal life he is a member of the Masonic order and of the Knights of Pythias. In 1893 he married Miss Rose A.
Page 718 - Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence, died at the age of ninety-six.
Page 671 - In 1865 he was elected a member of the lower house of the State legislature, and...
Page 587 - I lament the loss of honest Richard Hough. Such men must needs be wanted where selfishness and forgetfulness of God's mercies so much abound.
Page 837 - He and his family are members of the Methodist Church and he is a member of the Knights of Pythias also.
Page 691 - Fraternally, he is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and has always taken an interest in the work of this old fraternal organization.
Page 587 - Much love to J. Simcock, Thos. Janney, William Yardley and thyself especially." * * * * " Being come home, I found thine from Philadelphia of the 3d of 8th month past, by which I am both gladdened and troubled. " Glad that three such honest friends, whom I love in my heart, are in that station of service, as your being the provincial judges. I know also that you are men of a good understanding, and friends to me and my honest interest, but I could have wished you easier and better work. * * " Next...