George Mason our hero and namesake


Mason County Genealogy

Mason County was formed in 1804 from Kanawha County and named for George Mason (1725-1792) of Fairfax County Virginia. George Mason believed in rights for the common man and freedom for all people. His paper "The Declaration of Rights" was widely accepted in 1776. Most of Mason's suggestions were adopted in the first eleven Amendments to the Constitution in 1787.




Point Pleasant the county seat of Mason County

 The Battle of Point Pleasant
Maps of Mason County
Map with the districts




Mason County National Register 


Post Offices of Mason County
Census Obituaries



Family History Pages

 Mystery Pictures

Family Web sites


 Letter from Charles Hill

 The Silver Bridge
  Look ups

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