Hackers Creek Pioneer Descendants
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The purpose of this web site is to encourage research and exchange of genealogical information on - as well as preserve - the family history of the Virginia/West Virginia ARNOLD families descending from Thomas Arnold (1649-1725) and his wife Grace who lived in King William Co., VA. Dan Hyde is the webmaster.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The purpose of this web site is to encourage research and exchange of genealogical information on - as well as preserve - the family history of the Virginia/West Virginia BRAKE families descending from Johan Jacob (d. bef 1760) and Mary Margaret BRAKE of Germany. Heavy contributions are given by Linda Brake Meyers and others for this website of Dan Hyde.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This website, by Chuck Dobbins, is chockfull of Central West Virginia families including Hacker, Dobbins, Collins, Emmerick, Moore, Smith and Straley. He also has community histories, West Virginia school pictures and other resources of interest!
Last Updated: 26 March 2020
More than 800 West Virginia family histories are reviewed by Don Norman.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Patricia Viellenave's families include Bennett, Fleming, Grose, Hardman, Hawkins, Haymond, Henderson, Hoover, Hornbeck, McCally/McCauley, McKissic, Phillips, Shackelford, Jennings and others.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Fleshers Honored by DAR Henry Flesher, Weston's First Citizen, and his son Adam were honored in 2007 when the Trans-Allegheny Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, placed a marker on the courthouse site of Henry's threshing floor and one at the grave of Adam in the Butchersville Cemetery. Both sites are in Lewis County, WV.
Last Updated: 26 March 2020
Eldon and Rennie Johnson trace their Gay roots to Samuel Gay, the progenitor of the family in West Virginia.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Originally titled "Sketches An Incidents in the LIves and Characters of My Ancestors, HIstorical and Biographical, this book was written by William Hacker, L.L.D. opf Shelbyville, Indiana, circa 1880. Virginia Rehkopf, the great-granddaughter of the writer, transcribed and typed the original handwritten manuscript in 1918. A copy of that transcription was gifted to the Hacker's Creek Pioneer Descendants by Kennard A. Hacker in the 1980s. This present link is to a *.pdf version typed by Peggy Whyte. Anyone who has read the previous versions will understand that hard work and dedication of Peggy in making this version available to HCPD, its members and visitors.
Last Updated: 13 March 2018
Lisa includes a copy of John Hacker's will on her page.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Dixie Hansen enjoyed her ancestor search so much that she's created a site all about her Hansen/Gould connections as well as other lines that for multiple reasons have interested her.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Billie Jo Runyon is administering this page for the Heater Family on Facebook. It is a closed page so you will need to ask to join.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This site was recommended by Darrell Groves for those researching the descendants of Warnaar Hornbeck.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
While you are checking out the Jackson Brigade, check out this link to photos from the 2016 reunion.
Last Updated: 2 September 2016
Jackson Brigade, Inc. is a genealogical Association for Descendants of John JACKSON (1715 - 1801) The purpose of the Jackson Brigade, Inc. is to research, preserve and exchange genealogical information about the family in the United States who are descendants of John and Elizabeth (Cummins) Jackson; and to strengthen family ties. Site maintained by Dr. Daniel Hyde.
Last Updated: 2 September 2016
Jan Waite's has many Central West Virginia families on her website. There's Taylors and Stumps and Nutts and Riddle and Jones, just to name a few.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The purpose of this web site is to encourage research and exchange of genealogical information on - as well as preserve - the family history of the Virginia/West Virginia HALL families descending from Joseph HALL (1745-1825) who married Mary Ann (HITT) [MARTIN] STRANGE and lived in Harrison and Lewis Counties, West Virginia. Dan Hyde is the webmaster.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Last Updated: 30 March 2020
Chuck Moneypenny has done a great job of tracking down the family in West Virginia as well as abroad.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Donna Gloff describes her website/blogspot: "In the heart of the West Virginia hills, at the edge of the Little Kanawha River Basin, is Oil Creek with its several tributaries. It was first settled at the beginning of the 1800s. At the confluence of Clover Fork & Oil Creek the town of Orlando developed in the late 1800s and withered in the mid 1900s. For two hundred years a small community has loved, worked, fought dreamed and worshiped here and raised new generations to do the same. Here are some of the stories of that community." Just click on the collections and "families of" to learn more about the people and their community. has created this great website/blog about the families of the Orlando area.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The Powers surname has been around the Mountain State for many generations. William Powers, son of pioneer and builder of Powers Fort, is recognized as one of the primary sources for the earliest history of the area, Chronicles of Border Warfare. The Husk family roots are traced back nine generations to Fredrick Husk.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Dan Hyde, the webmaster, says, "The purpose of this web site is to encourage research and exchange of genealogical information on - as well as preserve - the family history of the Virginia/West Virginia REGER families descending from Jacob Reger, Sr. and Barbara Crites of Switzerland."
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Numerous families migrated to Shelby County, IN, in the 19th Century. Check this website to see if your families went there.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
By Jason Smith Family traced to William Smith (Sr.) of Fauquier County, VA. He had two sons: Louis and William Jr. This their family history.
Last Updated: 22 April 2020
Lisa Kight says, "When I began my genealogical research, I was unaware just how deep my roots were in the Texas soil. . . for for that matter how deep my roots were in the history of this great land called America."Some of those roots are in today's West Virginia.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This is a Facebook page devoted to family reunions and other things about the family.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This site is packed with Winemiller information. The problem: the owner of the website has not updated it in a long while even though corrections have been sent to him.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This is the website, Falkenmühle, the mill and homestead of Conrad and Anna Dorothea (Stoehr), whose sons, Conrad and Johannes, arrived in Philadelphia in 1738 and established the family in America. A reunion of the descendants of these two sons will be held June 29-30, 2013, in West Virginia. Check back for more details.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014