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Pendleton County, West Virginia, USA

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  • Walter Mick, Civil War veteran (USA) (1822 - 1863)
    Walter Mick BIRTH 10 Mar 1822 DEATH 11 Jan 1863 (aged 40) Botetourt County, Virginia, USA BURIAL Grafton National Cemetery Grafton, Taylor County, West Virginia Children William Edward Mick 1846...
  • Martha E Alt (1880 - 1957)
    Martha E Judy Alt BIRTH 22 Jul 1880 DEATH 31 Dec 1957 (aged 77) BURIAL Cherry Hill Cemetery Upper Tract, Pendleton County, West Virginia,
  • Elijah Judy (1842 - 1925)
    Elijah Judy BIRTH 3 Feb 1842 DEATH 24 Nov 1925 (aged 83) BURIAL Judy Cemetery #2 Brushy Run, Pendleton County, West Virginia, 8 Children: Rosa Dallis Judy 1873–1945 Amanda Susan Judy Beatty 18...
  • Christina Judy (1848 - 1924)
    Christina Judy Judy BIRTH 10 Jan 1848 Hardy County, West Virginia, USA DEATH 13 Feb 1924 (aged 76) BURIAL Judy Cemetery #2 Brushy Run, Pendleton County, West Virginia, 8 Children Rosa Dallis Jud...
  • Dewitt Clinton Calhoun (1874 - 1949)
    Residence (1880, 1900, 1910 Census records) Circleville, Pendleton, West Virginia, United States Military Draft Registration (1917-1918) Pendleton County, West Virginia, United States Residence...

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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.

Pendleton County was created by an act of the Virginia General Assembly on December 4, 1787 from parts of Augusta, Hardy and Rockingham counties (Virginia). It was named in honor of Edmund Pendleton (1721 - 1803).

Edmund Pendleton was born in Caroline County, Virginia on September 9, 1721. He studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1744. In 1751, he served as a justice of the peace and was a member of the Virginia General Assembly from 1752 to 1774.

He was President of the Virginia Convention of 1775 and 1778 (that ratified the US Constitution), represented Virginia in the Continental Congress (1774-1775), and served as the Governor of Virginia (1774-1776).

He later served as the President of the Virginia Court of Appeals. Judge Pendleton died on October 23, 1803.