|GENERAL SOURCE INFORMATION:
|Internet - William and Linda Fluhart
|Internet - Suzie Snodgrass Schoolcraft
|Internet - GenCircles.com
|Internet - Ancestry.com
|Internet - LDS - Family Search
|Internet - Rootsweb.com
|Early Marriages to 1850 in Wash. Co., Ohio (S) - Extracted by Debbie Noland Nitsche
|The Charles Snodgrass Family: Frontier Life in the Monongahela Valley, by Millie Covey Fry - (Book c. 2007)
|PARTICULAR SOURCE INFORMATION:
|[S1] = Internet - Will Johnson @
|[S2] = Internet - Max Snodgrass @
|[S3] = Internet - Linda's Home Page 2 @
|[S4] = Internet - Suzie's WV Snodgrass Connections @
|[S5] = Internet - Harmony Grove Cemetery, Pleasants Co., WV - Linda Fluharty @
|[S6] = Internet - Will Johnson - Washington County @
|[S7] = Internet - Ship "Thistle" - Rotterdam to Philadelphia, 29 Aug 1730 - Passenger List
|[S8] = Internet - Ship "Johnson" - Rotterdam to Philadelphia, 19 Sep 1732 - Passenger List
|[S9] = Internet - Ship "Adventure" - Rotterdam to Philadelphia, 2 Oct 1727 - Passenger List
|[SA] = Old St. Mary's Cemetery, Pleasants Co., WV
|[SB] = Rake Cemetery, Washington Co., OH
|[SC] = Bellevue Cemetery, Huron Co., OH
|[SD] = Harmony Grove Cemetery, near Comb, WV (See Note 1.)
|[SE] = Hickory Grove Cemetery, Jackson Co., Iowa
|[SF] = Ingram Ridge Cemetery, Pleasants Co., WV
|[SG] = 100F Cemetery, St. Mary's, Pleasants Co., WV
|[SH] = Smith Cemetery, Simpson Creek, Harrison Co., WV
|[SI] = Reeves Cemetery, Murphy District, Ritchie Co., WV
|[SJ] = Ayres Cemetery, Ritchie Co., WV
|[SK] = Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Dunkirk, Blackford Co., IN
|[SL] = Shinn Cemetery, Shinnston, Harrison Co., WV
|[SM] = Teter Family Cemetery near Bridgeport, Harrison Co., WV
|[SN] = Cemetery, West Union, Doddridge Co., WV
|[SO] = Smith Chapel Cemetery, Edmund, Harrison Co., WV
(Same as [SH])
|[SP] = 100F Cemetery, Cairo, Ritchie Co., WV
|[SQ] = Egypt Cemetery, Cairo, Ritchie Co., WV
(Same as [SP])
|[SR] = Duncan Municipal Cemetery, Duncan, Stephens Co., OK
|[SS] = Oak Grove Cemetery, Marietta, Washington Co., OH
|[ST] = George S. Lemon Cemetery, Cisco, Ritchie Co., WV
(Same as [SI])
|[SU] = Pribble Cemetery, Ritchie Co., WV
(Same as [SI])
|[N1] Harmny Grove Cemetery also called "Douglas" and "Hornet's Next".
|[N2] The Mother of Many Counties
1776 - Monongalia, Ohio, and Yohogania Counties were created from the District of West Augusta of
Augusta County, VA. The northern portion of Monongalia, the northeastern portion of Ohio, and and all
of Yohogania were also known as Westmoreland County, PA which was also mother to several counties.
The area that was the northwest corner of Monongalia became Washington County, PA in 1781, and
Greene County, PA in 1796. The area that was the northeast corner of Monongalia became Fayette
County, PA in 1783. The first courts of Monongalia were held on Phillips' Choice, the plantation of
Theophilus Phillips, near New Geneva in Springhill Township, Fayette County, PA.
1779 - The first county seat was located at Mifflintown, present-day Woodbridgetown, near Rubles Mill
in Georges Township, Fayette County, PA, but soon after the boundary dispute between Virginia and
Pennsylvania was resolved. When they realised the county seat was no longer in the county, it was moved
to what is now Morgantown.
1784 - Harrison County was formed from Monongalia and Ohio Counties.
1787 - Randolph County was formed from Harrison County.
1798 - Wood County was formed from Harrison and Kanawha Counties.
1816 - Lewis County was formed from Harrison and Randolph Counties.
1818 - Nicholas County was formed from Greenbrier, Kanawha and Randolph Counties.
1818 - Preston County was formed from Monongalia and Randolph Counties.
1821 - Pocahontas County was formed from Pendleton, Randolph, Greenbrier and Bath Counties.
1831 - Fayette County was formed from Kanawha, Greenbrier, Nicholas and Logan Counties.
1831 - Jackson County was formed from Kanawha, Mason and Wood Counties.
1836 - Braxton County was formed from Kanawha, Lewis, Nicholas and Randolph Counties.
1842 - Marion County was formed from Harrison and Monongalia Counties.
1843 - Barbour County was formed from Harrison, Lewis and Randolph Counties.
1843 - Ritchie County was formed from Harrison, Lewis and Wood Counties.
1844 - Taylor County was formed from Harrison, Barbour and Marion Counties.
1845 - Doddridge County was formed from Harrison, Tyler, Ritchie and Lewis Counties.
1845 - Gilmer County was formed from Lewis and Kanawha Counties.
1848 - Wirt County was formed from Wood and Jackson Counties.
1850 - Raleigh County was formed from Fayette County.
1851 - Pleasants County was formed from Ritchie, Tyler and Wood Counties.
1851 - Upshur County was formed from Randolph, Barbour and Lewis Counties.
1856 - Calhoun County was formed from Gilmer County.
1856 - Roane County was formed from Kanawha, Jackson and Gilmer Counties.
1856 - Tucker County was formed from Randolph County.
1858 - Clay County was formed from Braxton, Kanawha and Nicholas Counties.
1860 - Webster County was formed from Braxton, Nicholas and Randolph Counties.
1863 - West Virginia was formed from Virginia
|[N3] Ritchie County, WV Genealogy Page (Frederick Lemon - Ritchie Mines)