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Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA

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  • Captain James Miller (1730 - 1824)
    Records in Greenbrier County, VA May 23, 1785. James Miller enters 78a by Treasury Warrant No. 10853 for 1000a dated 22 Feb 1782 joining his right of settlement on Wolf Creek. (surveyed). Also 37a by t...
  • Francis Floyd Humphreys (1865 - 1922)
    Francis Floyd Humphreys BIRTH Feb 1865 Ronceverte, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA DEATH 19 May 1922 (aged 57) Cabell County, West Virginia, USA BURIAL Salem Presbyterian Cemetery Organ Cave, Gre...
  • Russell Edward Haynes (1915 - 1997)
    : Donna Nutter Haynes 1927–2010Children:Karroll Smitty Haynes 1949–1968Wayne Richard Haynes 1950–1968
  • Andrew Miller (1786 - 1847)
    Andrew Miller was born May 15, 1786 in Greenbrier Couny, Virginia, in what was still Colonial America; The Constitution of the United States wasn't ratified until 1789, after all. But other facts about...
  • William Jackson Tacy, Jr. (1858 - 1937)
    William Jackson “Will” Tacy, Jr BIRTH 11 Mar 1858 Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA DEATH 2 Nov 1937 (aged 79) East Dailey, Randolph County, West Virginia, USA BURIAL Will Tacy Cemetery Huttonsvil...

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The new county was named for the Greenbrier River, a prominent water feature of the region. The first settlement in the region was made at Frankfort in 1769. shortly thereafter, in 1777, Greenbrier County was formed from the western parts of Botetourt and Montgomery counties. At the time, the new counties encompassed the entire central region of present-day West Virginia. In 1790 part of Bath County and in 1799 all of Monroe County was cut off from Greenbrier lands. Also from Greenbrier came part of Nicholas County (1818), part of Pocahontas County (1825 & 1827), part of Fayette County (1831), part of Webster (1863 & 1882), and Summers County (1871). Portions of the Monroe cessions were returned to Greenbrier in 1825 and 1827, and part of the Fayette cession was returned in 1833. -- Iberian Publishing Company



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