Daisy Amick Collection, 144 WFCHS

N.B.: Original collection is in off-site storage; digital copies available at the archives for researchers’ use.

Scope and Content: This collection contains an assortment of records from the Revolutionary War, primarily of Frederick County, VA; Hampshire and Jefferson Counties, WV; Allegheny County, MD; and Bucks County, PA, USA. Also included are genealogical materials of the Lower Shenandoah Valley, VA, personal correspondence (1937-1980), court records, cemetery lists, scrapbooks, and wills.
(9 boxes) Last updated 07/15. DIGITIZED 01/07.

Biographical/Historical: Daisy Dean Amick, the compiler of this collection, was a Frederick County, VA resident who lived from 1906 to 1981. She served in World War II as a Lt. Army nurse. She was an active member of the Fort Loudoun chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution (DAR) in Winchester, VA.

Cite As: Daisy Amick Collection, 144 WFCHS, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA.

Organization:

CARTON 1

Box 1

  1. Correspondence – undated
  2. Correspondence – 1937-1940
  3. Correspondence – 1965
  4. Correspondence – 1966-1969
  5. Correspondence – 1970
  6. Correspondence – 1971-1972
  7. Correspondence – 1973
  8. Correspondence – 1974
  9. Correspondence – 1975-1976
  10. Correspondence – 1977-1978
  11. Correspondence – 1980
  12. Lockhart vs. Amick et al. court case

Box 2

  1. Continental soldiers Virginia line, surname "A," 2 leaves
  2. Deed book abstracts, 113 leaves
  3. Ebenezer Cemetery Interments, Frederick County, VA, 6 leaves
  4. 1850 census of Frederick County, VA, 52 pages, typescript—carbon 1-52, missing 29, 30, 31, 32
  5. Excerpts from records of the Revolutionary War (part of Saffell's list), 8 leaves
  6. First Presbyterian Church Pictorial Directory Supplement 1974-76, 3 booklets
  7. Historic Garden Week in Virginia, 1966, booklet
  8. Montgomery County will abstracts, 9 leaves
  9. Order Book data, 2 leaves
  10. Order book abstracts, 4 booklet, 8 leaves
  11. Chester County, Excerpts from history, 28 leaves
  12. "The Presbyterian Captives," The New Yorker, April 12, 1969, 8 leaves
  13. Rent roll of Virginia, 1704-1705, 43 pages
  14. Revolutionary War list of officers and soldiers entitled to lots westward of Fort Cumberland, Allegheny County, Maryland
  15. Revolutionary War participants - notes, part 1, 116 pages, 66 leaves
  16. Revolutionary War participants - notes, part 2, 268 pages, 1 booklet
  17. Revolutionary War participants – typescript, 55 leaves
  18. Welsh tract, 3 booklets
  19. Braddock's army through Jefferson, Frederick, and Hampshire Counties in 1755, by Walter S. Hough, 3 leaves

Box 3 Genealogical Material from Notebooks

1.      Genealogical material – Anderson Family, 82 pages, 7 leaves, 3 booklets

  1. Genealogical material – Anderson, Pugh, 1 booklet
  2. Genealogical material – Anderson, Secrist. McKay, McKey, Cline, 1 booklet
  3. Genealogical material – Coe Family, 1 booklet
  4. Genealogical material – Gregg, Wilson, Huffman, etc., 1 booklet
  5. Genealogical material – Koontz, Payne, Tompson, 1 booklet
  6. Genealogical material – Pugh, 60 leaves, 8 booklets
  7. Genealogical material – Pugh, Lehew, etc., 1 booklet
  8. Genealogical material – Scriviner, Anderson, Huffman, 1 booklet

CARTON 2

Box 4 Genealogical Material from Notebooks

  1. Genealogical material, 34 pages, 2 booklets
  2. Genealogical material – Anderson, 1 booklet
  3. Genealogical material – Anderson, Pugh, abstracts from Order Books, part 1, 288 pages, 3 booklets
  4. Genealogical material – Anderson, Pugh, abstracts from Order Books, part 2, 232 pages, 4 booklets
  5. Genealogical material – Pugh, Coe Family—Miscellaneous notes found in notebook, 8 leaves, 1 booklet, 66 leaves, 2 booklets
  6. Genealogical material – Pugh Family, 8 leaves, 1 booklet
  7. Genealogical material – Hancher Family, 33 leaves, 1 booklet

Box 5 Genealogical Material from Notebooks

  1. Genealogical material – Amick, Pugh, Anderson, Coe, Schrivner, Larrick, Secrist, 132 pages
  2. Genealogical material – Anderson, part 1, 124 leaves
  3. Genealogical material – Anderson, part 2, 83 leaves
  4. Genealogical Notes – Part 1, Anderson, Amick, Pugh, 93 leaves, 10 i
  5. Genealogical Notes – Part 2, Anderson, Amick, Pugh, 101 leaves, 16 items
  6. Genealogical Notes – Notes from green notebook, part 1, 56 leaves
  7. Genealogical Notes – Notes from green notebook, part 2, 320 pages
  8. Miscellaneous notes #1, 95 leaves
  9. Miscellaneous notes #2, 45 leaves, 1 items
  10. Miscellaneous notes #3, 43 leaves

Box 6 Individuals and Specific Families

1.         Amick Family genealogical chart and data, 3 leaves

  1. Amick, Henry -- military record, Civil War Application, 8 leaves
  2. Amick, Jacob -- military record, War of 1812, 16 leaves
  3. Amick, William – military records -- Application, Civil War, 5 leaves
  4. Amyx, Andrew (Amosk), D.A.R. Application, 4 leaves
  5. Amyx, Mathew, military records – Revolutionary War, 8 leaves
  6. Anderson Family data, 23 leaves
  7. Andersons - "A Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey," article in Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, January 1946, 47 leaves
  8. Andersons of New York and New Jersey to Frederick County, VA, 30 leaves original typescript; 30 leaves photocopy; 15 leaves
  9. Anderson, Poole, Pugh - D.A.R. applications with supporting evidence, 45 leaves, 2 items
  10. Anderson, Abram - military record, Revolutionary War, 1 leaf
  11. Anderson, Abram - will, 1806, 2 leaves
  12. Anderson, Bartholomew - will, 1754, 3 leaves
  13. Anderson, Daniel - military record, Revolutionary War, 8 leaves
  14. Anderson, Daniel - will, Bucks County, PA, 1818, 4 leaves
  15. Anderson, Eliakon - will, Bucks County, PA, 1758, inventory, 8 leaves
  16. Anderson, Elias - will, Bucks County, PA, 1818, inventory, 4 leaves
  17. Anderson, James - military record, War of 1812, 3 leaves
  18. Anderson, John - will, Bucks County, PA, 1760, 3 leaves
  19. Anderson, Theophilus - will, Bucks County, PA, 1765, 4 leaves
  20. Anderson, Thomas - will, 1836, 6 leaves
  21. Anderson, Thomas Family - Bible record, 1 leaf
  22. Anderson, William - will, 1786, 2 leaves
  23. Anderson Family genealogical notes, 2 pages
  24. Arnold family genealogical material, 6 leaves
  25. Ashby Family and others - genealogical material, 37 leaves
  26. Black, George - military record, Revolutionary War, 9 leaves
  27. Coe Genealogical Notes, 2 pages
  28. Coe, Henry Will, 1829, 2 leaves
  29. Dicken, John - D.A.R. application, 4 leaves
  30. Emig, John - D.A.R. application, 4 leaves
  31. Emig, Matthew - military record, Revolutionary War, 2 leaves
  32. Emig, Philip - D.A.R. application, 4 leaves
  33. Hancher Family Data, 9 leaves
  34. Hancher Family genealogical material, 4 leaves; 20 pages; 1 item
  35. Hancher-Henshaw history, excerpt from West Virginia history, 5 leaves
  36. Hart Family genealogical material, 14 leaves
  37. Haymaker Family data, 3 leaves
  38. Hixon, Timothy - D.A.R. application, 4 leaves
  39. Huffman, Jacob - military record, Revolutionary War, 5 leaves
  40. Johnson, Anna - certificate of death, 1 leaf
  41. Kerns Family genealogy chart, 1 leaf
  42. Lewis Family data, 8 leaves
  43. Lockhart data, 3 leaves
  44. Nixon Family genealogy, March 15, 1969, 2 items
  45. Pool, John – military record – Civil War
  46. Pool, John – U.D.C. application, 4 leaves
  47. Pool, Peter – D.A.R. application, 4 leaves
  48. Pugh Family charts, correspondence, 52 leaves
  49. Pugh, Jonathon – military record, Revolutionary War, 9 leaves
  50. Pugh, Robert – ancestral line, 10 leaves
  51. Pugh, Robert and Mary – list of children, 6 leaves
  52. Robert/Rogers/Roberts Family – genealogy notes, 2 pages
  53. Scrivner, Benjamin – military record, War of 1812, 5 leaves
  54. Scriviner-Coe Family Genealogy Notes, 3 leaves
  55. Scrivner, Vincent – military record, 1 item
  56. Secrist Family – genealogical charts and notes, 5 leaves
  57. Secrist, Henry – will, 1799, 2 leaves
  58. Sheets, Jacob – military records, Revolutionary War, 6 leaves
  59. Thorn Family genealogical material, 3 leaves
  60. Whitacre, George – D.A.R. application, 4 leaves
  61. Whitacre, Joshua – D.A.R. application, 4 leaves

 

CARTON 3

Box 7 Newsletters

  1. The Echoer, Volume 3, No. 1-9, 11-12
  2. The Echoer, Volume 5, No. 1-6, some duplicates
  3. West Virginia Echoer, Volume 6, No. 1-6
  4. West Virginia Echoer, Volume 7, No. 1-6
  5. West Virginia Echoer, Volume 8, No. 1-4, some duplicates
  6. West Virginia Echoer, Volume 9, No. 1-6
  7. West Virginia Echoer, Volume 10, No. 1
  8. West Virginia Echoer, Volume 11, No. 1-6
  9. West Virginia Echoer, Volume 12, No. 1-3
  10. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 12, No. 2-4
  11. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 13, No. 2-4
  12. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 14, No. 1-4
  13. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 15, No. 1-4, duplicate No. 4
  14. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 16, No. 1-4
  15. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 17, No. 1-4
  16. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 18, No. 1-4
  17. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 19, No. 1-4
  18. New Jersey Genesis, Volume 20, No. 1-3
  19. New Jersey Family Index
  20. Tennessee Rifleman, Volume 7, No. 1; Volume 11, No. 1

Box 8 Scrapbooks - News Clippings

  1. Bel Air - news clippings
  2. Bethel Church - news clipping
  3. Bicentennial miniatures by Rebecca Good - news clippings
  4. Births, deaths, marriages - news clippings
  5. Caudy's Castle - news clipping
  6. Fry's Fort - news clipping
  7. Harper's Ferry - news clipping
  8. Old Stone Presbyterian Church - news clipping
  9. Postal history, local - news clipping
  10. Rock Enon Springs - news clipping
  11. Rose Hill - news clipping
  12. Hampshire and Newport - scrapbook and news clippings
  13. Scrapbook and news clippings
  14. Surname histories - news clippings
  15. Vaucluse - news clipping

Box 9 Court Records (photocopies)

  1. Anderson, Elijah - deed from Wiliam Martin, Jr., Loudoun County, VA, June 9, 1810
  2. Anderson, Elijah - estate inventory 1838, settlement 1841, Rappahannock County, VA
  3. Anderson, James - land grant from James Wood, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, Hampshire County, VA, July 19, 1796
  4. Anderson, John - deed from William Hutchison, Loudoun County, VA, June 10, 1773
  5. Baker, Joseph, and Pugh, Jesse - land grant from Henry See, Governor of Virginia, Frederick County, VA, November 10, 1792
  6. Delinquent tax list, Frederick County Court, March 1783
  7. Frederick County, VA - Order Book 16, 1773-1777, pages 388-430
  8. Hancher, John - land grant from Fairfax, Thomas, Lord, Berkeley County, VA, November 6, 1780
  9. Hancher, John - land grant from Fairfax, Thomas, Lord, Frederick County, VA, September 10, 1766
  10. Johnston, Thomas - will, Cecil County, MD, October 6, 1739
  11. Land grants
    Pugh, Evan, Sr. - land grant from Fairfax, Thomas, Lord, Frederick County, VA, April 13, 1752;
    Pugh, Evan, Jr. - land grant from Fairfax, Thomas, Lord, Frederick County, VA, April 13, 1752
  12. Pugh, Jesse - land grant from Beverly Randolph, Governor of Virginia, Hampshire County, VA, September 21, 1791
  13. Land grants
    Pugh, Jesse - land grants from Beverly Randolph, Governor of Virginia, Frederick County, VA, and Hampshire County, VA, April 2, 1789
    Pugh, Jesse, Jr. - land grant from Beverly Randolph, Governor of Virginia, Frederick County, VA, April 2, 1789
    Pugh, Jesse - land grant, Hampshire County, VA, April 2, 1789
  14. Pugh, Jesse - land grant from Henry See, Governor of Virginia, Frederick County, VA (Winchester), July 19, 1792
  15. Pugh, Thomas - land grant from Fairfax, Thomas, Lord, Berkeley County, VA, May 12, 1780