History of Bath and Highland Co. by Morton
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ANNALS of BATH COUNTY VIRGINIA
By OREN F. MORTON, B. Lit.
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This 220 (includes index) page history of Bath County Virginia was
written in 1911 and complements Morton's History of Highland County
since Highland was at one time a part of Bath. See Below.
Table of Contents:
Introduction ,1. Geography of Bath, II. Discovery and Settlement,
III. The Lewis Land Grant, IV. Areas of Settlement , V. The Mineral
Springs , VI. Early Political History , VII. Roads and Road
Builders , VIII. Life in the Pioneer Days , IX. Ten years of Indian
Wars 79 , X. The Point Pleasant Campaign, XI. Bath During the
Revolution, XII. Selim the Algerine , XIII. Efforts Toward a New
County, XIV. Organization of Bath, XV. The Surnames of Bath, XVI. A
List of Early Marriages , XVII. Seventy Years of Bath History, XVIII.
Bath in the War of 1861, XIX. The Bath Squadron , XX. Roster of
Confederate Soldiers, XXI. Cloverdale, XXII. The Calfpasture Valley,
XXIII. The Bath of Today, XXIV. Alleghany County, XXV. The Families
of Greater Bath
A HISTORY OF HIGHLAND COUNTY VIRGINIA
BY OREN F. MORTON, B. L.
AUTHOR OF "UNDER THE COTTONWOODS" "WINNING OR LOSING" "LAND OF THE
LAUREL" "A HISTORY OF PENDLETON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA" "PIONEER
FAMILIES OF PRESTON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA"
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter I Descriptive, II While the Indian was Hero, III The
European Forefathers, IV America in 1745,
V Colonial Virginia VI Exploration Beyond the Mountains, VII Early
Days of Settlement, VIII The Time of Indian Peril, IX Highland Under
the British Crown , X The Dunmore War and the Revolution, XI Under
Pendleton and Bath , XII The New County, XIII Highland in the War of
1861, XIV Churches and Fraternities, XV Schools and the Professions,
XVI Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, XVII Land Ownership, XVIII Civil
Officers . XIX Highland Militia, XX Highland Soldiers , XXI The Negro
In Highland, XXII The Highlander Abroad , XXIII Biographic
Paragraphs , XXIV The Highland of To‑day and Tomorrow
I Given Names and Surnames, II Classification of Highland Families ,
III Explanatory , IV Outline Sketch of Pioneer Families , V Adjunct
Families , VI Pioneer and Sub‑Pioneer Families, VII Border Families,
VIII Recent Families , IX Extinct Families
A Population in Different Years, B The Settlers of l50
Years Ago, C Tithables in 1822, D Householders in 1848
E Statistical Items, F Act of Assembly Establishing Highland , G
Boundary Survey of 1848, H Church Letter of, William Wilson, I
Surveys in Bath, 17446 , J School Statistics , K Post Offices, Past
and Present, L Bond by James Knox , M Appraisement of Seybert
Estate , N Servant's Indenture , 0 Soldier's Oath, 1777, P Attest of
Naturalization , Q Tavern Prices in Colonial Days , R Prices of Store
Goods in 1820, S Sundry Prices‑in Former Years , T Regent's Letter
to Charles P. Jones , U The Hooke Family.
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