The children of the late Kenneth and Martha Hall of Sand Ridge made a voluminous contribution to the Calhoun County Historical and Genealogical Society this week. A truck load of materials collected and researched by former society member Martha Hardman Hall was trucked to Grantsville on Thursday.

Hall was a longtime Calhoun teacher.

The collection included about 100 family histories, historical summaries, historical
papers and record books. "We really felt the Society and the people of Calhoun County should have the material," said Tim Hall. His sister Peggy came from Morgantown to
help him with the operation, along with his brother, Patrick who lives at Sand Ridge.

Also included in the donation, ledgers and records maintained by the George Washington Hardman family of Calhoun. The Hardman's were early political leaders, farmers and stockmen during the 1800's, who maintained large land ownership in the county until the late 1900's.

(L to R) Patrick, Peggy and Tim, children of Kenneth and Martha Hall

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