iron industry of Wythe County from 1792 by J. A. Whitman

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  • Iron industry and trade -- Virginia -- Wythe County.

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Statementby J. A. Whitman.
LC ClassificationsTS303 .W45 1942
The Physical Object
Pagination38, [2] p.
Number of Pages38
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Open LibraryOL6441324M
LC Control Number42025345

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Ghost stories Ronald R. Delby Not In Library. Manganese and quartzite deposits in the Lick. Rufus Morgan (–) was born in Connecticut but settled in Virginia before moving to Roane County, Tennessee. In December he began a brief involvement with the Speedwell Iron Works as foreman under the firm of King, Trigg, & Morgan (John A.

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That attack. Southern Wythe county, which rose quickly to dominate the region's industry, had iron works established by the late s (Whitman, ; Chitwood, ; Kegley, ). The first documented iron production in this county occurred when a bloomery, whose precise location is unknown, was erected along Cripple Creek (Kegley, ).

In December he began a brief involvement with the Speedwell Iron Works as foreman under the firm of King, Trigg, & Morgan (John A. Whitman, The Iron Industry of Wythe County from [], 5–7; Mary B. Kegley, Glimpses of Wythe County, Virginia [], ; Walter H.

Cunyus, “Morgan and allied families records” [ typescript at. Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Southwest Virginia lies the historically rich Wythe County. The area was originally settled due to the proximity of the New River, one of few rivers in the world that flows north.

The county is named after George Wythe, signer of the Declaration of Independence. Inthe Civil War Battle of Wytheville brought federal troops into the heart Reviews: 1. Iron Industry - $ Iron Industry Of Wythe Country From Wytheville Virginia Imprint Straight Outta - $ Straight Outta Wytheville Virginia.

Whitman JA () The iron industry of Wythe County. In: Presgraves JM (ed and publisher, ) Wythe County Chapters. Southwest Virginia. 20 20 T1 First National Bank Of Wytheville, Virginia Ch Pmg 30 Tough. $1, History.

Wythe County was formed from Montgomery County in It was named after George Wythe, the first Virginian signer of the Declaration of the Civil War the Battle of Cove Mountain was fought in the county. Prior to Wythe County's creation, what is now the Wythe County community of Austinville served as the county seat for Fincastle County, an extinct Virginia.

Find great deals on eBay for wytheville virginia. Shop with confidence. (by this time, Reed Creek is in Wythe Co. also see "Iron Industry of Wythe Co, VA) The above books state that they are not to be zeroxed.

The publisher is: VIRGINIA BOOK COMPANY, P.O. BoxBerryville, Virginia B. Kegly (co-author) was a life long resident of Wythe County, Virginia and has written several books on the area.

Iron Dale Furnace, Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia, JAISI/Albert T. Keller Collection. Albert T. Keller (–) was the chief of construction for U.S. Steel and then went to work for the Bethlehem Steel Company in He retired a few years later but went back to work as World War II approached, passing away soon.

20 - $1, 20 T1 First National Bank Of Wytheville, Virginia Ch Pmg 30 Tough. Wytheville (/ ˈ w ɪ θ v ɪ l /) is a town in, and the county seat of, Wythe County, in western Virginia, United is named after George Wythe, a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence, and mentor to Thomas ille's population was 8, at the census.

Interstate Highways 77 and 81 were constructed to intersect at the town, long a crossroads for. "Like the iron furnaces, the lead operation in Wythe County rebounded following the Civil War," Hall writes.

"Production resumed in October and accelerated with the arrival of the railroads. Cripple Creek is an unincorporated community in Wythe County, Virginia, United States.

The community's post office first opened in and closed in Early iron. Scott County Will Book No. 5 (15 March ), Ronald L. Hurst and Jonathan Prown, Southern Furniture – (Williamsburg, Virginia: The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, ), Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book E, – (4 January ), Virginia Gazette or Norfolk Intelligencer (9 June ) Apr 1, - Explore Jen Otey's board "Wythe County" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Wythe county, Wytheville, Wytheville virginia pins. Iron industry and trade--Virginia Mss. MsV Afu1-MsV Afu2. Scope and Contents Account books of Beauregard Furnace located in Wythe County, Va. which was under contract to supply pigof Forrer & Blakemore, iron founders and merchants, at Shenandoah Iron Works, Page County, Va.

and at Waverlie and Cassville. Francis J. Carter, Representative of Wythe County in the Virginia House pg. – Henry Stephens, Thompson Carter, William Love agree to build the Little Wythe (Iron) Furnace pg. – Thompson Carter and Francis J.

Carter listed in the Wythe Fraternity Lodge No. 55 at Wytheville. Wythe - $ Wythe County Wytheville Va 15 Cent Fractional Currency Note Rare Vg.

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Vintage WOOD SIDE TABLE country rustic primitive wooden industrial end loft iron. The Lost Children of Wythe County, Virginia, Poor School Children, Orphans and Apprentices from County Records. Kegley, Mary B. Revolutionary War Pension Applications of Southwest Virginia Soldiers.

land came illlo the hands of the McGavocks and their descendants (Wythe County Deed Book II, 1'). James Crockett wrote his will onand it was probated Ma (Wythe COUnty Will Book 3, p. To his son Samuel he left the tract of land where he was already living plus fony acres on the south side.

W.R. Chitwood, typed manuscript, "Home of Mrs. Barnard W. Jennings" dated J (Included in the references: J.A. Whitman, The Iron Industry of Wythe County from Southwest Virginia Enterprisep ; Wythe Co., VA Deed, Book 9, p.

46, Jacob Deckard & wife, Elizabeth, with their son, Henry Deckard & his wife, Elizabeth of Wythe Co., sold a tract of 85 acres of land to Martin Miller. ; Wythe Co., VA Deed Book 9, p. Jacob Deckard & wife, Betsy & their son Henry & his wife Betsy together conveyed 38 1/2 acres to John Civil.

The Iron Industry of Wythe County from Wytheville. originally, Wytheville, II. Government Publications. Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by the General Assembly of the State of Virginia During the Session of Richmond, The United States of America, Petitioner, vs.

Appalachian Electric Power Company ( When war came, the Richmond-Petersburg complex of iron and steel mills, highly dependent on the state’s iron and coal resources, constituted nearly all of the Southern heavy industry.

The crown jewel was the gigantic Tredegar Iron Works in the capital city, the only operation in the South that could make the big guns and iron plate needed. Until the laying out of the town of Galax, Oldtown had been the center of the surrounding country, from the time the county was cut off from the county of Wythe, aboutand all roads led to Oldtown.

About the First Courthouse. The land for the site of the first court house of Grayson County was furnished by Flower Swift and Clark Nuckolls. Robert Carter III () was a planter, slaveholder, and iron manufacturer of Nomini Hall plantation, Westmoreland County, Virginia.

The correspondence, letter books, day books, and other papers in this collection contain detailed documentation on colonial Virginia: the Revolutionary War; plantation and family life; 18th century slavery and emancipation; the iron and textile industries.

Collection is open to all researchers. Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, such as the Virginia Public Records Act (Code of Virginia. § ); and the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (Code of Virginia § ).

Land patent for acres in Wythe County to Matthew Dickey by survey 13 December ; signed by Henry Lee, Governor, 2 July Land patent for acres in Grayson County to John Williams by survey 28 April ; signed by Robert Brooke, Governor, 27 October regional iron industry.

In the heirs of James Crockett s Id David Graham twelve tracts of land in Wythe County totalling 2, acres and wit several structures standing, including an iron forge. Among these parcels was a acre tract, located on Cedar Run, on which Graham chose to build his home.Robert Graham has another claim to fame and that is through his children.

He was the father of David Graham of nearby Grahams Forge, who became a pioneer in the iron industry in Southwest Virginia. David Graham built his first furnace at Cedar Run, his home place in Wythe County, and made the first stoves used in the county.

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