Was your ancestor born in West Virginia between the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries?
Discover your ancestor’s birth record from West Virginia. These records cover the mid-nineteenth century into the early twentieth century. In addition to learning your ancestor’s birth date, you may also discover parents’ and grandparents’ names, allowing you to expand your family tree.
Father’s first name(s)
Father’s last name
Mother’s first name(s)
Mother’s last name
Paternal grandfather’s first name(s)
Paternal grandfather’s last name
Paternal grandmother’s first name(s)
Paternal grandmother’s last name
Maternal grandfather’s first name(s)
Maternal grandfather’s last name
Maternal grandmother’s first name(s)
Maternal grandmother’s last name
By following the image link, you may be able to discover additional information about your ancestor’s family. For example, the images often include a town name, nationality and race of parents, and occupation. Some registers will also provide the number this child is for the mother, which will help confirm whether your ancestor had siblings.
You can search by your ancestor’s name and your ancestor’s parents’ names.
If searching by a parent’s first name, keep in mind that occasionally only a first initial was recorded. Try searching by last and first initial only if a full first name yields no results.