The Zugner web site belongs to my Cousin Lisa, related through
Beck, Lauck and McColloch. It is a "budding" family
site. She has a page with photographs of The
Short Creek Cemetery, Ohio Co., Wheeling, West Virginia. The
photo at the left along with several others were taken October
1, 2002. It's a MUST SEE!
Thank You, Lisa!
Memory Digital Collections: This site is loads of fun and is
brought to you by the Library of Congress. Written
& Other Printed Texts, Manuscripts,
& Prints, Sound
Recordings, are available for every area of the
country and world during many different years. Collection
Finder access here.
County Genealogy: If you are scampering around Ohio County
West Virginia, you will eventually get to Brooke County. These
pages are being worked on very hard.
Forms Samples: Census extraction forms are doubly valuable:
not only do they allow researchers to see the format and column
headings for various census years (especially if the schedules
themselves are hard to read), they also provide a clean and
convenient method for extracting and filing important
information you find.
of William Andrew Zane by Diane J. Nichols: This is a great page with lots of
information about most of the Zanes. Includes many notes about
them. Ebenezer, Silas and more are here.
Up Oakies in Ottawa Co.: This is a fast growing site with
information about Ottawa County in Oklahoma. This is the county
that is full of mining history. They have some obits, cemetery
pictures and documentation, marriages, deaths and more. It is
growing very fast.
of Wheeling City and Ohio County West Virginia and
Representative Citizens: This is the complete book by HON
Gibson Lamb Cranmer. It contains the history of the Wheeling
area as well as many biographies. This may help give additional
information regarding names in helping with getting a start on
ancestors in this area of West Virginia. I am learning
that it is wise to do as much of your own verification as
Biography: This document is no longer at this link.
There is a portion of a document on this site
that gives some biographical background for the Inskeeps and
some of their descendants. It has information to get you started
on Inskeep genealogy.
County Missouri: This site is starting to grow with
information from the 1915-1916 Webb City Directory, Cemetery
transcriptions and more.
Virginia: The library has several database collections
that you can access on line. Great source of information for
your ancestors from Virginia. Land Patents, Bounty Land
Warrants, Bible Records, Photographic Collections and more
available on line. You may also order hard copies of documents.
County Public Library On Line: The
History On Line section is a good place to start. They
have a lot of biographies,
some photo collections, historic homes and more. You are bound
to find something here.
County, Oklahoma: This site is filled with photos of Picher,
Miami, Cardin and other small towns in the mining era of Ottawa
Co., Oklahoma. If your relatives are from this area as my
Grandparents were, you can't miss this historical presentation
of the county and mining industry.
After you use the rootsweb database below to find what county
your town is in, look into that county's site on rootsweb. There
is a lot of FREE information on county sponsored sites. Some of
these sites are larger than others depending on how long they
have had a genealogy site.
Creek Cemetery: This page is from the records of the Brooke
County Historical Society
. These are not complete or verified records but it is a great
source of information if you are looking for McCollochs and the
families they married into.
and Date.com: This is a great site. Did you ever need to
look at a calendar from 1905 to see what day of the week a date
fell on? Want to find what time and date it is in 500 days or
5000 hours from now? It's a great help in genealogy
Grove Cemetery: This page is hosted on rootsweb and is a
straight forward list with Martins, Zanes, Woods and a few other
surnames. Ebenezer and Elizabeth (McColloch) Zane are buried
Liberty Private Cemeteries: This page is also from the
records of the Brooke County Historical society. These are
records of private cemeteries on farms in or near West Liberty,
West Virginia. Looking for Capt. John Beck, Cox, Lauck or
Area Genealogy Society: A great place to start if you are looking
for your ancestors in Ohio County, West Virginia. Bios, Census
Indexes, Wills, Marriages and much more here.
Family Cemetery: This page has been posted by the Wheeling
Area Genealogy Society. You will find Applegate, Harris, Hyde,
McColloch, Wilson and a couple of other family names buried in
links will be continuously added . . . .