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Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood
March 13, 1863


Wheeling Intelligencer
March 23, 1863

Randolph County Central Committee

At a meeting of the Central Committee for the county of Randolph, held in the Clerk’s office March 13th, the following gentlemen were appointed Commissioners and Conductors for the New State election, to be holden on the 26th inst., to wit:

Huttonsville – Commissioners – Andrew Currence, J. A. McCall and Isaac Crouch; Conductor – Solomon Warner.

District No. 1 – Commissioners – Jacob W. Stalnaker, John Conrad and Jacob Crouch; Conductor – Edward Grim.

Queens – Commissioners – Jonas J. Simmons, Henry Zickafouse and Preston Taylor; Conductor – Captain David Morgan.

Patrick King’s – Commissioners – Albert Brooks, Patrick King and John Stanton; Conductor – Patrick Durkin.

Leading Creek – Commissioners – Nicholas Wilmuth, John W. Stalnaker and Elias Phares; Conductor – Oliver C. Stalnaker.

Corley’s – Commissioners – John Coberly, John K. Scott and George Hays; Conductor – Cornelius Whitecotton.

Beverley – Commissioners – Jacob Daniel, jr., Moses Harper and Elijah M. Hart; Conductor – Jesse F. Phares.

Asbury Stalnaker,
William M. Phares,
M. J. Drummond,
Central Committee.


Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood: March 1863

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