Calhoun County West Virginia
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Calhoun County was
founded in 1856, and is named for South Carolina
politician John C. Calhoun.
Its county seat is Grantsville.
has one of the largest genealogy collections in the state, housed at
Calhoun County Library. The library is also home to the "West Virginia
Room" which includes books on West Virginia and by West Virginians.
Town of Grantsville
Adam * Altizer * Annamoriah * Arnoldsburg * Ayers * Beech
Big Springs * Bigbend * Cabot Station * Chloe * Cremo * Dodrill
Douglas * Euclid * Five Forks * Freed * Hathaway * Hattie
Henrietta * Hur * Joker * Leatherbark * Liberty Hill * Millstone
Milo * Minnora * Mount Zion * Mudfork * Nicut * Nobe
Oka * Orma * Pink * Pleasant Hill * Purdy * Rhoda * Richardson
Russet * Sand Ridge * Stinson * Sycamore * White Pine
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