West Virginia White Pages, United States

Residents love West Virginia for its hilly, foresty landscape. Tourists love visiting because of the variety of outdoor recreational activities, especially skiing, hiking, hunting, and rock climbing. Indeed, West Virginia is so beautiful and offers so much that John Denver wrote the nostalgic song, Country Roads, about it. You can search the West Virginia white pages for information on someone in West Virginia by only using their phone numbers. 

Generally, a phone number search gives you the person’s name, physical address, and social media profiles. But also, you can get public records on the person, including arrest, criminal, court, and property records created by state agencies. People do phone number searches for many reasons, including finding lost contacts, looking up new friends, and verifying the identity of unknown callers. 

West Virginia At A Glance

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  • Became A US State — June 20, 1863
  • Capital: Charleston
  • Population: 1.8 million (2021)
  • Size: 24,230 square miles (10th smallest)
  • Nicknames: Mountain State
  • Motto: “Mountaineers Are Always Free”
  • State Tree: Sugar Maple
  • State Flower: Rhododendron
  • State Bird: Cardinal

10 Quick Facts About West Virginia

population by race for west virginia
  • The first world’s mothers’ day celebration happened in Grafton, West Virginia.
  • The Weston State Hospital building is the largest hand-cut stone masonry building in the United States.
  • Georgeann Wells of West Virginia University was the first female to dunk during a college basketball game in 1984.
  • Summers Street in Charleston is the first street in the world to be paved with red bricks. 
  • The largest sycamore tree in the world is on the Back Fork of the Elk River in Webster Springs, Virginia. 
  • West Virginia initiated the first state sales tax in the United States in 1921.
  • The first women-only federal prison in the United States opened in West Virginia in 1926.
  • West Virginia started the first rural free mail delivery in the United States.
  • About three-quarters of West Virginia is forested land.
  • Cecil Underwood is the youngest governor in West Virginia and also the oldest governor in the state — he won his first term in 1956 at the age of 34 and was reelected in 1996 at the age of 74. 

Largest cities or towns in West Virginia

CharlestonTeays ValleyElkins
HuntingtonSouth CharlestonDunbar
MorgantownViennaPea Ridge
ParkersburgSt. AlbansHurricane
WeirtonCross LanesCharles Town
MartinsburgCheat LakeRanson corporation
ClarksburgOak HillBuckhannon