Gilmer County, West Virginia
Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy
This Site is Available for Adoption
Our goal at Genealogy Trails is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and
historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers. We welcome your feedback, comments,
and data contributions.
WANT TO HELP?
If you have a love for history, a desire to help others, and basic web-authoring skills, consider joining us!
Get the details on our Volunteer Page.
[A desire to transcribe data and knowledge of how to make a basic webpage is required.]
If hosting isn't for you, we can use your help in other ways.
More information can be found on the Volunteer Page.
We regret that we are unable to perform personal research for folks.
All data we come across will be added to this site.
We thank you for visiting and hope you'll come back again to view the updates we make to this site.
Gilmer County was formed in 1845 from parts of Lewis and Kanawha Counties, and named for Thomas
Walker Gilmer, Governor of Virginia from 1840 to 1841. Gilmer was later a representative in the United States Congress
and Secretary of the Navy in President John Tyler's cabinet.
As of 2007, Gilmer County had only one traffic light. It is located in the city of Glenville.(source: wikipedia.org)
The county seat is Glenville.
Glenville * Sand Fork
Baldwin * Cedarville * Coxs Mills * Dusk * Gilmer * Lettergap * Linn Normantown * Rosedale * Shock * Stouts Mills
* Stumptown * Tanner * Troy
GILMER COUNTY DATA
SEARCH OUR SITES
SUBMIT YOUR DATA
Join our Genealogy Trails "Northeastern" States Mailing
to get email notices when our county sites are updated.
For those researching in the States of :
Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, West Virginia,
Genealogy Trails National Site
Genealogy Trails document.write(cy);
All data on this website is Copyright by Genealogy Trails with full rights reserved for original submitters.