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Obituaries & Deaths

LANKFORD Death, 1847

FILLMORE Death, 1860   SIMS

FILLMORE Funeral Set, 1860   LEWIS

MORGAN Death, 1847

BOISSEAU Suicide, 1872

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Old Advertising

William J. HOLCOMBE, Druggist,  1830

MOORMAN & MARTIN, Grocers, 1847

Lynchburg Ward Election Announced,  1830   BRANSFORD, WINSTON, BIGGERS

E. F. GARDNER Offers Something Splendid! 1830

B. M. DEWITT Offers House for Rent, 1847

Temperance Meeting Announced, to be Held at Bethlehem, 1847    CARDWELL, MORRISS

W. P. GREENE, Piano Tuner; Contact D. R. LYMAN, 1847

Edwin R. PAGE & J. W. PAGE, Attorneys, Available for Cases in Campbell, Amherst, Franklin, Pittsylvania & Halifax Counties, 1847

Edward MURRELL Offers Reward for Return of Gold Watch & Gold Pencil, Lynchburg, 1847

Daguerreotype Likenesses by P. E. GIBBS, at the Franklin Hotel, 1847    RETZER, FITZGIBBONS

JONES & FULKS Warn Against Trading on WRIGHT Bond, 1847

Alex KINNIER Sells Cloth Suitable for Servants' Clothes, 1860

Charles LANGHORNE Announces his Dry Goods Business, 1860    JOHNS

John S. KYLE Offers Room & Board,  1860

William MOUNTCASTLE Offers Highest Cash Prices for Negroes,  1860

William H. EVANS, Music Teacher,  1860    MANNING, LANGHORNE, DODGE

Coal Oil Lamps Available at Andrew BOYD's,  1860

Mississippi Land for Sale by D. D. SANDERSON of VA, 1860

Arms Needed by Lynchburg Mechanics' Artillery, 1860    SCHAFFTER, KELLY

Abolitionists Killed in Lynchburg! Gives a whole new meaning to "buy local!" 1860    BAILEY

William BURD, Blacksmithing, 1830

John URQUHART has Moved; Leave Messages with George BAGBY,  1830

Cash Paid for Negroes! Call on HART & DAVIS,  1846

Kyle's Corner for Sale, Lynchburg, 1846   MOSBY, MONTMOLLIN

Christopher WINFREE Offers House & Lot for Rent on Court House Hill, 1846

Shop at Howel DAVIES' Perfumery! 1830

Entertainment at the La Fayette Inn, Phineas PIERCE, Innkeeper (Formerly John FRANKLIN), 1830

New Millinery Shop in Lynchburg, VA, 1830   GALLAWAY, ALLISON

TALIAFERRO's Classical and Mathematical School, 1854 DABNEY, JUNKIN, HILL, CALHOUN

COLBERT & TAYLOR Announce Partnership in Carpentry Business, 1854

W. A. STROTHER Sells Superior Liniment, 1883

WILSON & FRANKLIN Announce Relocation, 1854 HOLLINS, SCHOOLFIELD, THURMAN

New Shipment of Elegant Furniture; see William H. MOSBY, 1854

Dr. J. M. JENNINGS, Currently at John VICTOR Residence, 1830

Daniel TUCKER, Attorney; Serving Lynchburg and Campbell, Pittsylvania & Bedford Counties, 1830

Mr. REID's Summer School Term begins April 1, Lynchburg, 1830

William RIVES Advertises Wooded Acreage near Lynchburg, 1830

The Piedmont House, WOOLING Bros., Proprietors, 1875

Diamond Hill Residence for Sale by Alfred PENN; See S. G. NORVELL, 1846

Tobacco Sold or Shipped, 1830 RUDD, RUCKER

Oliver MARTIN Offers Florizel for Sale or Stud, 1830

Get your fine "seegars" from John SEAY, 1846

Wm. & J. OAKEY, Merchant Tailors

HANNAH Now a Partner at SMITH, BAGWELL & Co., 1830

Get Saddles & Harnesses from HUGHES, 1883

Samuel CLAYTOR Advertises House Servant

Attorneys DABNEY & WADDILL advertised in the 1846 Lynchburg Virginian that they were practicing law in Mississippi. Was Lynchburg their home town?

NOWLIN Bros.

William LOOSE, Manufacturer and Upholsterer

Joseph L. LEE Tobacco, Butter, Syrup, & Buckwheat Flour; Albemarle Cider on Draught!

O. T. MINGEA, Druggist & Manufacturer of MINGEA's Lotion

HANCOCK Estate Sells Slaves

Mr. PUCKETT is headed west!

Diamond Hill residence for rent.

Lynchburg Flour Inspection by McKINNEY

Have you seen Mr. PATTERSON's cow?

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Old Newspaper Articles

Chancery Court Notice, Lynchburg, 1830    ROBINSON, BURKS, TINSLEY, EUBANK, ELLIS, WILLS

Chancery Court Notice, Lynchburg, 1830    PRESTON, FOSDICK, WILLS

Ward Election, Campbell County, 1847
Names now indexed! Surnames include the following:   OTEY, ROBERTS, JONES, JENNINGS, HART,  ACREE, MCDANIEL, PARTIN, CHRISTIAN, HARE, WARWICK, NORVELL, HANCOCK, SHACKLEFORD, LYMAN, FLETCHER,  BURTON, SCHOOLFIELD, HALSEY, LEFTWICH, LABBY

Captain HUTTER Re-Instated by President TYLER, Mexican War News, 1847

Notice: Stray Cow Found by Stephen DOWDY Valued at $10, 1854 SWINNEY, BRIGHTWELL, WADE, RUSSELL, DABNEY

Superior Court Chancery Notice, Lynchburg District, 1830 EARLY, SLONE, TONEY, ABSHIRE, WRIGHT, SIMPKINS, SANFORD, DORAN, PATE, SANDFORD, WILLS

Unclaimed Letters at Lynchburg Post Office, 1846
LOTS of names
! Partially indexed; more to be added.

John MEEM Calls a Meeting, Lynchburg, 1846

Trustees' Sale, Lynchburg, 1830 FLOOD, GILMER, STEPTOE, MENNIS

LEE & STOKES vs. Trustees of Reedy Spring Academy; legal notice, 1846

LYNHAM Legal Notice, 1873

BEAVERS News, 1883

Madison Public School Honor Roll, January 1883 These ancestors get A pluses! 

E. Porter BELDEN builds a model of New York City! 1846
This guy must've had a lot of spare time on his hands...

KINNEAR Business Destroyed by Fire, 1872

PRIBBLE - CROWDUS Marriage

WATSON - CREWS Marriage

MURCHESON - WATSON Marriage

Miss McGAVOCK's Butter Takes Prize at Fair

Lynchburg News: COCKE Recovering from Fall through Bridge, Dr. DOVE a True Virginia Gentleman, First Tobacco Crop of Year Sold at LYNCH Warehouse.

BRIGHTWELL Scams Lynchburg Merchant, Residents, 1872

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Campbell County, Virginia Genealogy & Local History Books

This letter was printed in The Lynchburg Virginian. It's a description of Lynchburg, Virginia in 1883 as seen by the editor of the Danville newspaper.

Campbell County, Virginia GenWeb

Diamond Hill Historical Society

Historic Green Hill Plantation

Avoca Museum

Red Hill - Home of the brilliant Patrick Henry

Federal Hill Historical Association

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