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Henrico Home Front 1861-1865. A Picture of life in Henrico County, Virginia from May, 1861, Through April, 1865, Based Upon Selections from the Minute Books of the Henrico County Court

Marriages of Henrico County, Virginia, 1680-1808 icon

City of Richmond, Virginia Wills: 1782-1810

Henrico County, Virginia Deeds, 1750-1774

Henrico County: Images of America

Death Notices from Richmond, Virginia Newspapers, 1841-1853

Virginia, Especially Richmond, in By-Gone Days; with a Glance at the Present: Being Reminiscences and Last Words of an Old Citizen
(1860)

Henrico Sketches

Colonial Wills of Henrico County, Virginia...

Family of William and Elizabeth Bolling ROBERTSON of Richmond, Virginia; 1585-1981

The Spirit of the Times: Amusements in Nineteenth-Century Baltimore, Norfolk & Richmond

The Richmond and Norfolk Society Blue Book... icon

Births from the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico, Prince George, and Dinwiddie Counties, Virginia: 1720-1798

Richmond, Marriages and Deaths from Newspapers 1780-1820

Marriages of Henrico County, Virginia: 1860 - 1808

Henrico County Marriage Bonds, 1780 - 1861

Richmond Volunteers: the Volunteer Companies of the City of Richmond & Henrico Co., Virginia, 1861-1865

Descendants of John and William PUCKETT of Henrico County, Virginia

The Descendants of Edward EANES of Henrico and Chesterfield Counties in Virginia icon

Sold! George ARCHER I of the Umberslade ARCHERs of Henrico County, Virginia and His Descendants icon

The CURD Family in America: Genealogy of Some of the Descendants of Edward CURD of Henrico County, Virginia 1704; With Brief Notes on the Allied Families of PRICE and WATKINS icon

Sold! Genealogy of John MORTON, Henrico County, Virginia and His Descendants

Sold! The BLAIRs of Richmond, Virginia

Guide to the Manuscript Collections of the Virginia Baptist Historical Society, Supplement No. 1: Index to Obituary Notices in The Religious Herald, Richmond, Virginia 1828-1938

Inventory of Church Archives of Virginia: Guide to the Manuscript Collections of the Virginia Baptist Historical Society, Supplement No. 2 Index to Marriage Notices in the Religious Herald, Richmond, Virginia, 1828-1938. Vol. 1 A-L, Vol. II M-Z

Annual Report of the Board of Health of the Births, Marriages and Deaths in the City of Richmond 1875 icon

Annual Report of the Board of Health of the Births, Marriages and Deaths in the City of Richmond 1874 icon

Death Notices From Richmond, Virginia Newspapers, 1821-1840 icon

Index to Obituary Notices: In the Richmond Enquirer from May 9, 1804, Through 1828, and the Richmond Whig from January 1824 Through 1838 icon

Marriage Notices from Richmond, Virginia Newspapers: 1821-1840

Westover Church and Its Environs

Deed of Gift. 1749. Slaves icon WATSON, HYNES; Original document.
From the Seller: "John WATSON to Mary Watson HYNES, daughter of (his) wife Mary WATSON. Twenty negros, Sirley, Irish, Juda, Frank, Phil, Nel, Jerry, Toby, Hanner, Dick, Will, Cugger, Tom, Ned, Stephen, Agg, Harry, Cyrus, Murreer, and Betty. Five hundred pounds of current Virginia money. One good feather bed. Furniture. Two large chests. Locks and keys. Two trunks. One desk. Large looking glass. Silver watch. Small brass kettle. Two silver spoons. Twenty head cattle. Twenty head sheep. Young horse. 325 acres of land in Henrico County (Virginia) on Chickahomy swamp and Allen's branch. To be delivered to her at the day of her marriage or when she is 21 years old. A contemporary copy. Manuscript, in ink. 4 pages. 8 x 12-7/8 inches. Water marked laid paper. Separating, edge tears, fold tears overall good condition."


Henrico County, Virginia, U. S. A., a Photographic Celebration icon

Early Virginia Families Along the James River: Their Deep Roots and Tangled Branches, Henrico County - Goochland County, Virginia

A Richmond Reader, 1733-1983 icon

Virginia Publick Claims: Henrico County icon

James River Tourist: a Brief Account of Historical Localities on James River and Sketches of Richmond, Norfolk and Portsmouth icon
(1879)

A Description of Virginia House in Henrico County, Near Richmond, Virginia the Home of Mr & Mrs Alexander Wilbourne Weddell, Together With an Account of Some of the Furniture, Pictures, Curiosities Therein With Illustrations icon

Richmond City, Virginia, Marriage Bonds, 1797-1853 icon

Some Notes on the First Recorded Visit of White Men to the Site of the Present City of Richmond, Virginia, Saturday and Sunday, May 23 and 24, 1607 icon
(1924)

Richmond's Monument Avenue

Landmarks of Richmond
(1938)

Henrico County-Southside 1736 (Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. 21)

Rearing Wolves to Our Own Destruction: Slavery in Richmond, Virginia, 1782-1865 icon

Richmond During the War; Four Years of Personal Observation, [By a Richmond Lady]

At the Falls: Richmond, Virginia, and its People

Richmond: The Story of a City

On to Richmond: The Civil War in the East, 1861-1862 (The Civil War)

Women of Mark: a History of the Woman's Club of Richmond, Virginia, 1894-1994

Contributions to a History of The Richmond Howitzer Battalion

The History of Henrico County icon

The Vestry Book of Henrico Parish 1730-1773

1850 Census: Richmond City & Henrico County, Virginia

Richmond: Her Past and Present

Annals of Henrico Parish and history of St. John's P. E. Church, 1611-1884 icon

Henry RANDOLPH I (1623-1773) [Sic] of Henrico County, Virginia and His Descendants: Preceded By Short Review of the Randolph Family in Early England and Elsewhere icon

William RANDOLPH of Turkey Island (Henrico County) Virginia and His Immediate Descendants icon

The Narrative of Thomas RUTHERFOORD of Glasgow Scotland and Richmond Virginia icon

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