Re: WALTER DRENNEN of Greenbrier Co., WV.
This could be a very long list so I'll start with some of the older records. Mostly those for Walter Drennen and down a few generations.
1.Chronicles Of The Scotch - Irish Settlement In Virginia. Extracted from The Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745 - 1800 By Lyman Chalkey 1966. All 3 Volumes
2.Historical Sketches of Pocahontas County West Virginia. By William T. Price 1901
3.Bath County Virginia Wills & Inventories
4.Set of books on Greenbrier County West Virginia By Larry G. Shuck. Set has deeds, court records, wills, inventories, marriages, land records. I have 8 Vols. of his books
5.History of Nicholas County West Virginia By William Griffee Brown
6.Carl Boyer, 3rd Ships Passenger Lists New York & New Jersey 1600-1825
7.Chronicles of Border Warfare
8.Indian Warfare and Massacres on the West Virginia Frontier By Dale Payne
9.The Drennen Family By Evelyn Ford
10.The Virginia State Papers & Papers of Col. William Preston. Property of the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Note these are microfilmed and located in various libraries. Charleston, West Virginia--Richmond, Virginia --- National Archives. Calvin McClung Library, Knoxville Tenn. (Note I got my copies at McClung. They also have the Kentucky ones which have Jacob Drennen in them)
You need this for the microfilm has Drennen - Day - Marlin.
---Draper Letter Marlinton Feb. 18, 1891 Microfilm Vol.4ZZ Item 24 Draper reply dated March 8, 1891
---Papers of William Preston Nathaniel Day 1757 microfilm Vol. 6QQ Item 114 Roll 101
11.Samuel Kercheval History of the Valley of Virginia
This could get real long so I'll list counties by state that has Drennen(All Spellings) - Day - Marlin and my related family of Boggs & Hicks, records in Books, Courthouse Records, Cemeteries andCensus Records
West Virginia - Greenbrier - Pocahontas - Pendleton - Nicholas - Kanawha - Roane - Jackson - Kanawha - Wirt - Calhoun - Clay
Virginia - Bath - Augusta - Montgomery - Highland - Botetourt - Abolished county of Fincastle.
Tennessee - Greene - Jefferson - Cocke - Sevier, for earliest records for John Day his family and the family of His sister Sarah Day Drennen's sons.
North Carolina - Rowan
Penn. State Records and Bucks county
Rev. War Records for John Day Filed in Jefferson County Tenn. Also is in the Virginia State Papers Dated July 9, 1833 6 pages Vol. 6ZZ Item 49-54 Roll 122 -- Tenn DAR Records for John Day. Rev. War Soldiers Buried in the State of Tennessee
Early Adventures on the Western Waters By Mary B. & F.B. Kegley
Note have more but I'll close for now.