O.D. Linder, Compiler, Genealogy Records Regarding the Boyce, Dever, Gibson, and Linder Families, 1860-2000 A&M.3529

O.D. Linder, Compiler, Genealogy Records Regarding the Boyce, Dever, Gibson, and Linder Families, 1860-2000 A&M.3529


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Morgantown, WV 26506-6069
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Repository
West Virginia and Regional History Center
Identification
A&M.3529
Title
O.D. Linder, Compiler, Genealogy Records Regarding the Boyce, Dever, Gibson, and Linder Families1860-20001900-2000
URL:
https://archives.lib.wvu.edu/ark:/22916/1156
Quantity
10.2 Linear Feet Summary: 10 ft. 2 in. (2 document cases, 5 in. each); (6 records cartons, 15 in. each); (1 large flat storage box, 3 in.); (1 rolled storage tube, 4 in.); (1 rolled storage tube, 3 in.); (2 rolled storage tubes, 2 in. each); (2 card file boxes, 4 in. each); 20 reels of microfilm
Creator
Linder, Odbert D.
Location
West Virginia and Regional History Center / West Virginia University / 1549 University Avenue / P.O. Box 6069 / Morgantown, WV 26506-6069 / Phone: 304-293-3536 / Fax: 304-293-3981 / URL: https://wvrhc.lib.wvu.edu/
Language
<language langcode="eng" encodinganalog="041">English</language>
Abstract
Genealogy records regarding the Boyce, Dever, Gibson, Linder, and related families in the area of West Virginia (WV), Maryland, and Virginia.

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Preferred Citation

A&M 3529, O.D. Linder, Compiler, Genealogy Records Regarding the Boyce, Dever, Gibson, and Linder Families, West Virginia and Regional History Center, West Virginia University Libraries.


Scope and Contents

Genealogy records regarding the Boyce, Dever, Gibson, Linder, and related families in the area of West Virginia (WV), Maryland, and Virginia.

Includes card index to cemetery records by name and cemetery (boxes 1-2), cemetery records (box 3), genealogy records by notebook no. (boxes 4-6), genealogy records by family name (boxes 7-8), genealogy records by county (boxes 8-9), miscellaneous records (box 9). (The notebook series has an index; it wasn't discovered in the collection when initially processed.)

Subject files (box 10) include grade and attendance book, Blueville School, Sub-District No. 48, Grades 2-3, 1935-1936; dues ledger of Mt. Union Church, Taylor County, WV, 1898-1917; microfilm [2 reels] and index to pedigree charts 1-999 from the Southern Genealogist's Exchange Society [SGES], typescript narrative history of Blueville, WV, and genealogy charts.

Maps include highway maps by the WV Department of Highways for Marion (1962) Monongalia (1962, 1980), Taylor (1964), and Harrison (1962) Counties (box 11), reproduction maps of Fairfax and Fauquier Counties, Virginia, in the 18th to 19th centuries (roll tubes 12-14), and reproduction maps of North Carolina in the 16th to 19th centuries (roll tube 15).

Microfilm includes:

Reels 1-7. Revolutionary War Pension and Land Bounty Warrant Application Files from the National Archives

1. Bownd, Obadiah to Boyce, William

2. Dearing, Henry to Decilva, William

3. Giberson, James to Gibson, Joel

4. Gibson, John to Gibson, William

5. Gilpatrick, Joseph to Giroux, Jean Baptiste

6. Hall, Wildman to Hall, Zachariah

7. Mason, Moses to Mason, William

Reels 8-9. Register of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914 from the National Archives

8. D-H

9. F-G

Reel 10. Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files from the National Archives

10. Ge-Gi

Reels 11-12. Union Provost Marshall's File of Papers Records Relating to Individual Civilians from the National Archives (The Provost Marshall served as the chief of police and magistrate in the military police. Duties included: suppression of marauding on and depredation of private property, preservation of good order, prevention of straggling, suppression of gambling houses or other establishments prejudicial to good order and discipline, supervision of hotels, saloons, and places of resort and amusement, etc.)

11. Box to Boy

12. Gi-Gik

Reels 13-14. Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederatre Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from Virginia from the National Archives

13. Daw-D'j

14. Gar-Gi

Reel 15. Union Provost Marshall's File Relating to Two or More Civilians from the National Archives - Incomplete Place and Subject Index

Reels 16-17. Veterans Administration Pension Index File from the National Archives

16. Bowles, Daniel to Boyd, William H.

17. Deschler, Valentine to Deivitt, George W.

Reels 18-19. Genealogy records regarding the Dever and Linder Families (Includes birth and death certificates, baptismal records, diplomas, marriage records, legal documents, clippings, and photographs. Original documents date from the 1930s, research documents date from the 1960s.)

Reel 20. Book - "Deaver Family in America" by Rev. William T.S. Dever; ca. 1896

Separated Material

Books and periodicals separated from the collection and transferred to the Curator of Rare Books for processing.


Subjects and Indexing Terms

  • Boyce family
  • Deavers family
  • Genealogies.
  • Gibson family
  • Lynn family