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West Virginia Voting Registers

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United States Gotoarrow.png West Virginia Gotoarrow.png Voting Registers

Voting Registers History[edit | edit source]

West Virginia voting registers are valuable in helping you find ancestors in other records such as naturalizations, censuses, and passenger lists. Voting lists usually record the name of the voter, country or state of birth, race, age, street address, length of residence, whether native or naturalized, date of naturalization, and court where the naturalization occurred. Some counties have saved their voter registration lists, and others have not.

Check the West Virginia collections[edit | edit source]




Before Civil War[edit | edit source]

Since West Virginia was only formed in 1863 all records of state nature prior to that time would be kept in Virginia. However a check of the collection would be wish.




Archives and Libraries[edit | edit source]

A check of the Virginia Archives and Libraries pre 1863. And a check of the West Virginia Archives and Libraries

Secretary of State of West Virginia[edit | edit source]

Bldg. 1, Suite 157-K, 1900 Kanawha Blvd. East Charleston, WV 25305-0770 Phone Numbers Main (304) 558-6000 Toll-Free (866) 767-8683 Office Hours Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM to 5 PM [1]


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