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Boone County, West Virginia, USA

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  • Kenneth Edward Lamp (1920 - 2007)
    Married 16 Jan 1942 Boone Co., WV Corine Barker Kenneth Edward Lamp BIRTH 8 Dec 1920 Comfort, Boone County, West Virginia, USA DEATH 8 Dec 2007 (aged 87) Carter County, Kentucky, USA BURIAL Tyler M...
  • Clarice Corine Lamp (1923 - 1996)
    Husband: Kenneth Edward Lamp 1920–2007 Children: Kelly Renee Lamp Toineeta 1962–1989
  • Bernie Barker (1886 - 1955)
    Bernie Atkins Barker [Bernice] BIRTH 28 Feb 1886 DEATH 27 Dec 1955 (aged 69) Boone County, West Virginia, USA BURIAL Barker Cemetery Ashford, Boone County, West Virginia, Children: Zada Alice Bar...
  • Carla Lorraine Fields (1921 - 2014)
    Carla Lorraine Barker Fields BIRTH 28 Feb 1921 Ashford, Boone County, West Virginia, USA DEATH 31 May 2014 (aged 93) Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia, USA BURIAL Tyler Mountain Memory Garden...
  • Bessie Margaret Ramsey (1913 - 1984)
    Bessie Margaret Barker Ramsey BIRTH 6 Mar 1913 West Virginia, USA DEATH 22 Jul 1984 (aged 71) West Virginia, USA BURIAL Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens Cross Lanes, Kanawha County, West Virginia, USA ME...

This project is a table of contents for all projects relating to this County of West Virginia. Please feel free to add profiles of anyone who was born, lived or died in this county.

The county was formed in 1847 with territories annexed from Kanawha, Cabell, and Logan counties. It was named for frontiersman Daniel Boone, who lived in the Great Kanawha Valley from 1789 until 1795.

In 1863, West Virginia's counties were divided into civil townships, with the intention of encouraging local government. This proved impractical in the heavily rural state, and in 1872 the townships were converted into magisterial districts. Boone County was divided into five districts: Crook, Peytona, Scott, Sherman, and Washington. Between 1980 and 1990, the county was redivided into three magisterial districts: District 1, District 2, and District 3.

On February 1, 2006, two fatal mining accidents occurred in the communities of Uneeda and Wharton in Boone County. These two deaths with the addition of January's Sago Mine disaster and the Aracoma Alma Mine disaster caused West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin to close all of West Virginia's mines in a "mine safety stand-down."