STALNAKER HISTORY LINKS
Hacker's Creek Library for genealogy research.
Randolph County Museum has a broad-based collection including early settlement tools, Civil War artifacts, belongings of early citizens, store and business collections and rotating special exhibits.
A History of Early Stalnakers written by Lisa deGruyter, updated 2006
Stalnaker Origins in Germany written by Lisa deGruyter, updated 2006
Article from the Inter-Mountain, September 23, 1995, Little Cabin, 200 Years Old, To find a New Life and Location written by Monte Maxwell.
The Stalnaker Family written by Knight Wees, published in the Randolph Enterprise, Thursday, August 25th, 1932.
Doctor Thomas Walker's Journal (6 March 1749/50 - 13 July 1750), A Record of His Travels in Present day Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
David Crouch Interview c. 1835 from the Draper Collection Manuscripts (Vol 12CC225-29), Draft 02-08-96, Jacob Sr and Adam Stalnaker Indian Attack Tale included.
Hacker's Creek Pioneer Descendants, an organization that preserves the history of Central West Virginia located in historic Lewis County in the old Horner School building. The building is the home to a wonderful resource library located on the corner of Old US 33 and Abbotts Run Road. There is also an extensive online resource for genealogy research.
Travel to Beverly, written by Paige Lavender for the Wonderful West Virginia magazine includes attractions in the civil war-era town that is packed with folklore and culture.
Historic Beverly, web site featuring the history of the town.
Greenbrier Historical Society, dedicated to community enrichment through education and preservation of the history and culture of the Greenbrier Valley. The North House Museum located in Lewisburg, WV displays artifacts from the rich history of the area including Civil War artifacts.
Allegheny Regional Family History Society, Library is located in the I.O.O.F. Lodge Building, US rt 219 & 250 about 3 miles south of Elkins.
Randolph County Museum, located in Beverly, West Virginia in the 1828 Blackman-Bosworth Store building in the center of town.