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Some Families of Bedford & Washington Counties, Virginia, and Orange County, North Carolina: BRIGHT,
BUFORD, CASH, CRAWFORD, CREWS, DAVIS, DOWNS, EARLY, FOSTER, FRANKLIN, GRAY,
HUDDLESTON, LAWFORD, McGEORGE, McNEW, PARKER, PERROTT, PENDERGASS...
A History of Bedford County with Roster of Civil War Soldiers and Family Histories. Reprinted from the 1884 Edition of Hardesty's Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia
Evidence of Early Indian Occupancy Near the Peaks of Otter, Bedford County
Historical Diary, Bedford, Virginia, U. S. A.: From Ancient Times to U. S. Bicentennial
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church of Bedford County Forest, Virginia: Historical Records and Registers, Russell Parish 1824 to 1846, and Hammer Parish 1846 to 1915, and Cemetery Records From 1824 to 1980
The Burning of Bedford, July 1779, As Reported in Contemporary Documents and Eyewitness Accounts: A Salute to the Bicentennial, 1976
Revolutionary War Pensions: Bedford County, Virginia
Bedford County Virginia Publick Claims
Historical Sketch of Bedford County Virginia, 1753-1907
The Peaks of Otter: Life & Times
Bedford County Families & History
Bedford County, Virginia Birth Register...
Bedford County, Virginia Death Records...
Bedford County, Virginia Will Book...
Bedford County, Virginia Deed Book...
Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, Virginia, 1755-1800
Marriage Bonds of Bedford County, Virginia, 1755-1800. (reprinted with) Bedford County, Virginia: Index of Wills, from 1754 to 1830
Bedford County Marriage Bonds, 1800 - 1853
Bedford Villages, Lost and Found
The Bedford Boys: One American Town's Ultimate D-Day Sacrifice
"The poignant story of twenty-one boys who died
on the beaches of Normandy and the small town they called home.
"On June 6, 1944, nineteen boys from Bedford, Virginia--population
3,000--died in the first bloody minutes of D-Day when their landing craft
dropped them in shallow water off Omaha Beach. They were part of the first
wave of American soldiers to hit the sands of Normandy. Later that day, two
more soldiers from the same small town died of gunshot wounds. Twenty-one sons
of Bedford killed--no other town in America suffered a greater one-day loss.
It is a story that one cannot easily forget--and one that the families of
Bedford will never forget. It was, and still is, Bedford's longest day.
"The Bedford Boys is the intimate true story of these young men and
their friends and families in Bedford. It portrays a neighborhood of soldiers
before and during the war--from the girlfriends they left behind to the buddies
they made in basic training, from anxious barracks in England to the bloody
beaches of Normandy. Based on extensive interviews with survivors and relatives
as well as on diaries and letters, Alex Kershaw's book focuses on several
remarkable individuals and families to tell one of the most poignant stories of
World War II--the story of one small American town that went to war and died on
Omaha Beach. "
Gold in the Blue Ridge, True Story of the BEALE Treasure
WATTS, MOHLER, LEIBIG, & SHAW: Families & History
Memoirs of the ABBOTs of Old Bellevue
The BROWNs of Bedford County, Virginia, 1748-1840: A Collection of BROWN Surname Records Extracted from Primary and Secondary Sources
A Genealogy of CORLEYs Beginning With Caniel CORLEY of Bedford County, Virginia, Tracing All Lineal Descendants of His Son Jonathan Cheathem
The DAVIS Family of Bedford, Virginia, from 1698 to 1898
History of the Bedford FITZPATRICKs
NEALs of Bedford County, Virginia, and Family of Walter NEAL, Sr. of Lawrence and Gallia Counties, Ohio
RICE and McGHEE Families of Bedford County, Virginia: A Record of Tales Remembered and Trails Explored
The Descendants of Joseph WILKERSON (12 May 1729-15 March 1829) & Allied Families of Bedford County, Virginia
The WRIGHT Book: Worthy Heritage, Enduring Challenge
Untangling Some of the WRIGHTs of Bedford County, Virginia
WRIGHT Family Records: Births in Bedford County, Virginia
WRIGHT Family Personal Property Tax Records for Bedford County, Virginia, 1782 to 1850
WRIGHT Family Records: Land Tax List, Bedford County, Virginia, 1782-1850
WRIGHT Family Marriage Records, Bedford County, Virginia
WRIGHT Family Census Records: Bedford County, Virginia, 1810 to 1900
Family in Bedford County, Virginia (Various Additional Titles)
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