Hackers Creek Pioneer Descendants
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Those researching West Virginia can access births in the state for the years 1853-1910; deaths for the years 1850-1970; and marriages 1853-1970. In most cases copies of the original permanent record can be downloaded by the inquirer.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Genealogy found on this site focuses on North Central West Virginia, particularly Doddridge County and, to a lesser extent, the nearby counties of Ritchie, Harrison, Lewis, Gilmer, Tyler, Wetzel and Calhoun. - See more at: http://www.doddridgecountyroots.com/index.html#sthash.csk7sWKR.dpuf
Last Updated: 30 December 2016
There's many aids as well as lots of family history on various Mountain State folks at Betty Dotson Renick's Website. Enjoy! NEW!!!!
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This site is a part of the US Genweb project. Rebecca Oppe is the webmaster.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
HCPD has a page on Facebook. Won't you follow the link and "like" us there?
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Owned and operated by the WVU Extension Service, this facilitie's Heritage Education Program is of key interest to genealogists. It is also the home of the West Virginia State 4-H Camp, the West Virginia Fire Academy, and is availble for group rental by private and public groups.
Last Updated: 27 March 2020
Storyteller Granny Sue has some beautiful photographs of West Virginia treasure, WVU-Jackson's Mill, that you are sure to enjoy.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The Weston Democrat is published weekly on Wednesdays. Only a portion of the week's news is online. However, you may subscribe to the paper by calling 304-269-1600.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Immigrants from Belgium, Austria and other areas in Europe where glass manufacturing was prominent came to America between 1880 and 1910 to seek jobs in the industry here. The West Virginia Museum of American Glass, Weston, WV, has wonderful glass collections, photographs and other information which might help the seeker of glass-worker families.
Last Updated: 30 March 2020
The West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History website includes these nomination forms for sites to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. A great deal of information and detail is included on each. Documents on this site are arranged by county.
Last Updated: 12 July 2020
In the heart of the West Virginia hills, at the edge of the Little Kanawha River Basin, is Oil Creek with its several tributaries. This website shares some of the stories about the community's people.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
When one is researching West Virginia connections before 1863, remember that the earliest records were kept when it was still a part of Virginia. It might be helpful to check this resource to see what you might find!
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This sight was suggested by HCPD member Darrell Groves.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
This site will lead you to various records and many, if not all, West Virginia counties. Happy Hunting!
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
The West Virginia Encyclopedias was compiled by the West Virginia Humanities Council.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Les Shockey and many other volunteers have created WVGenWeb. It is a loosely woven, nonprofit, grassroots association of individuals interested in preserving and freely sharing all types of genealogical and historical records within and about the state of West Virginia, known as Western and Northwestern Virginia prior to the formation of the state of West Virginia in 1863. WVGenWeb provides a central location for this information by means of computer networking via the Internet. This site is where each county in West Virginia has it's own web page or pages. Each county has its own webpage which are designed and maintained by a county coordinator.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Linda has hundreds of thousands of pages pertaining to West Virginia, its history and that of its counties, on her website. Check this page which will introduce you to Linda's research and give direction to your exploration of her website.
Last Updated: 31 December 2014
Betty Briggs says, "Most of my ancestors settled in Virgina starting in the 1600s, and steadily moved westward as the country opened up. In 1796, one of my ancestors was among the first to settle within the present boundaries of Jackson County, West Virginia, where soon others joined them and stayed to build in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Descendants of so many of those families still live in the area and have intermarried so the genealogy of the area is like a big spider web. This is my attempt to connect all those pioneer families and follow their path back in time as far as possible."
Last Updated: 12 July 2020