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by Wilmer L Kerns

ePub Shanholtzer history and allied family roots of Hampshire County, W. Va. and Frederick County, Va download
Author:
Wilmer L Kerns
ISBN13:
978-0870123627
ISBN:
0870123629
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McClain Print. Co; First Edition edition (1980)
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Find nearly any book by Wilmer L Kerns. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Kerns, P. SHANHOLTZER HISTORY AND ALLIED FAMILY ROOTS OF HAMPSHIRE CO. W. VIRGINIA AND FREDERICK CO. VIRGINIA. p. 155. McClain Printing C. 1980. More Genealogy Tools.

Member Morgan County History Society, County . Kerns, Wilmer Lee was born on May 17, 1932 in Dayton, Virginia, United States. Son of Lee Doil and Madeline A. (Grim) Kerns.

Member Morgan County History Society, County History Association. Historical Records of Old Frederick and Hampshire Counties, Virginia (Revised) ) A collection of genealogical and historical records for the late 1700s to mid-1800s derived from archives, court records, private graveyards, letters and newspapers, Bible records, journals, military records, and private sources.

Frederick County is located in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 78,305. Its county seat is Winchester. The county was formed in 1743 by the splitting of Orange County. It is Virginia's northernmost county. Frederick County is included in the Winchester, VA-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the -Northern Virginia, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA Combined Statistical Area.

Archibald Wager was an 18th-century civil servant in colonial Virginia. Wager served as the Clerk of Court for three counties: Hampshire County (1755–1757), Brunswick County (1757–1760), and Frederick County (1760–1762)

Archibald Wager was an 18th-century civil servant in colonial Virginia. Wager served as the Clerk of Court for three counties: Hampshire County (1755–1757), Brunswick County (1757–1760), and Frederick County (1760–1762). Following his service as a Clerk of Court, Wager managed the construction of public roads in Frederick County in 1763

  • I am so glad I got this book! To see my Dads name, his brothers and sisters then my Grandparents and Great Grandparents listed.Gave me a greater history of my family. I had no idea we were connected so far back to the early days of the U.S..

  • One can never be disappointed by anything that Wilmer L Kerns has had a hand in. Seems that most of the people in Hampshire county is related to the Shanholtzers. Great Historical research source, even if you are not kin to the Shanholtzers.

  • Not as much info as I was searching for but was well written, Would recommend to anyone researching the Shanholtzer/Shanholtz family in W.Va

  • What a tour de force! I bought this book because I wanted to find out more about some Shanholtzers in my family lineage. Dr. Kerns sent me an email apologizing for a delay in mailing it (he was on vacation), and he sent me a signed copy when he returned. I was blown away at the meticulous research, and I loved the "story" of this family as well. I had such a great sense of who they were and how they prospered. Fantastic book!