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Danville in the Civil War

Victorian Danville: Fifty-Two Landmarks, Their Architecture & History icon

The Roots of Southern Distinctiveness: Tobacco and Society in Danville, Virginia, 1780-1865 icon

The History of the First Presbyterian Church, Danville, Virginia icon

The Third Jubilee: a History of the First Baptist Church of Danville, Virginia, 1834-1984 icon

Confederate Soldiers of Pittsylvania County and Danville, Virginia (VA) icon

Last Capital Danville, Virginia, and the Final Days of the Confederacy icon

A Brief History of Danville, Virginia, 1728-1954 icon

School and Community History of Dickenson County, Virginia icon

Sandlick Primitive Baptist Church. the First Hundred Years icon

Dinwiddie County. "the Countrey of the Apamatica" Compiled By the Workers of the Writer's Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Virginia

1850 Federal Census of Dinwiddie County, Virginia and the City of Petersburg (Including All Schedule

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

An Economic and Social Survey of Dinwiddie County

The Muir-Epes Murder of 1846, Dinwiddie County, Virginia

Wills and Administrations of Elizabeth City County, Virginia, 1688-1800: With Other Genealogical and Historical Items

Hampton and Newport News in the Civil War: War comes to the Peninsula icon

Elizabeth City County, Virginia Wills: 1800-1859

Elizabeth City Parish, Hampton, Virginia. 19th Century Parish Registers icon

Essex County, Virginia Publick Claims

Index to Marriages of Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties, Virginia, 1655-1900 icon

Essex County, Virginia, Records: 1717-1722 icon

The Vestry Book of South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia, 1739-1779 icon

Old Homes of Essex County

Essex County, Virginia Historic Homes

Settlers, Southerners, Americans: the History of Essex County, Virginia

Fairfax, Alexandria

Beginning at a White Oak ... Patents and Northern Neck Grants of Fairfax County, Virginia

Registration of Free Negroes Commencing September Court 1822, Book #2 and Register of Free Blacks 1835, Book #3 icon

1850 Fairfax County and Loudon County, Virginia, Slave Schedule

Abstracts of Wills and Inventories, Fairfax County, Virginia, 1742-1801: With Rent Rolls for 1761 and 1774

Fairfax County, Virginia Gravestones

Index to the Fairfax County, Virginia Register of Marriages, 1853-1933 icon

Fairfax County in Virginia: A Pictorial History icon

Fairfax County, Virginia: A History icon

Fairfax County in Virginia: Being a Random Selection From Rare Sources...as Described in Statue, Gazetteer, Atlas and Directory, 1742-1973 icon

Mount Air: Fairfax County, Virginia icon
(1970) Self-published.

Northern Virginia Heritage: A Pictorial Compilation of the Historic Sites and Homes in the Counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Fauquier, Prince William and Stafford, and the Cities of Alexandria and Fredericksburg icon

A History of Dunn Loring, Virginia

The Preservation of History in Fairfax County, Virginia: A Report Prepared for the Fairfax County History Commission, Fairfax County, Virginia, 2001

The Dranesville Tavern; An Architectural Analysis icon

Dunbarton, Dranesville, Virginia

Huntley: a MASON Family Country House icon
Fairfax County

Industrial and Historical Sketch of Fairfax County, Virginia icon
(1907)

Centreville, Virginia: Its History and Architecture icon
Fairfax County

Level Green Witness to War: The Civil War in Northeast Virginia
Fairfax County. "The oldest house in Northern Virginia, Level Green was built in 1728, fifteen years before Mt. Vernon. It has seen many joyous events as well as trials and tribulations. Not the least of the latter was the Civil War in which it played an active part. Bullets and shells landed near and on the house. Wounded soldiers were treated in its rooms and on its porches. Many died and their bodies as well as amputated limbs of others were placed in the private family burying ground. General Beauregard's staff used it as his administrative headquarters with telegraph wires from it direct to Richmond. Forces from both sides occupied the house and barns throughout the war. It survived, damaged as it was, as it has done for two hundred and seventy seven years. It's history is one of people, ghosts, and adventure. Level Green was a valuable asset both for the North and South."

 

Fauquier County Books

 

A Brief of Wills and Marriages in Montgomery and Fincastle Counties, Virginia, 1733-1831

Floyd County, Virginia Marriages 1840-1863 icon

Floyd County, Virginia Industrial Survey icon
(1930)

The Elbert HOWELL - Bertha BURNOP Family Of Floyd, Smyth And Montgomery Counties, Virginia: Including The BURNOP, DUNCAN, FISCHBACK, HANKS, HEIMBACH, HOLTZCLAW, ... PRATT, STUELL, VAUGHAN, and WEDDLE Families icon

Marriages in the New River Valley, Virginia: Montgomery, Floyd, Pulaski and Giles Counties icon

1840 Mountain Empire Census icon
"This 268 page book details the combination of the sixteen counties in the Mountain Empire area or those counties west of Roanoke. These include Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, Henry, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Roanoke, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, and Wythe. This record includes the name of head of household, the numbers of those living in the household including the free colored, occupation of those in the household, personal data, such as "blind, dead, insane, etc." and some school records with the number of schools and types. In addition, there is a listing in the households as to those receiving a pension for the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Also available in Hard Cover."

Sold! Gleanings of Fluvanna History icon

Sold! Dramatic Flashes of Folks From Fluvanna icon

Fluvanna County icon

The Fluvanna Artillery icon

The Churches of Fluvanna County, Virginia icon

Some Descendants of John HANCOCK (1733-1802) of Goochland, Fluvanna & Patrick Counties, Virginia icon

Constantine Osborne PERKINS: His Faith and Family; His Journey and Journal [The Bulletin: The Publication of the Fluvanna County Historical Society, Number 54, Autumn, 1992] icon

The WOOD Family of Fluvanna County, Virginia, 1795-1969

Pioneer Families of Franklin County, Virginia icon

Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present Virginia Counties of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin & Patrick icon

Marriage Bonds of Franklin County, Virginia, 1786-1858... icon

Washington Iron Works on Franklin County, Virginia 1773 - 1850

WRIGHT Family Land Tax Lists, Franklin County, Virginia, 1786-1860 icon

1840 Mountain Empire Census icon
"This 268 page book details the combination of the sixteen counties in the Mountain Empire area or those counties west of Roanoke. These include Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, Henry, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Roanoke, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, and Wythe. This record includes the name of head of household, the numbers of those living in the household including the free colored, occupation of those in the household, personal data, such as "blind, dead, insane, etc." and some school records with the number of schools and types. In addition, there is a listing in the households as to those receiving a pension for the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Also available in Hard Cover."

Hopewell Friends History, 1734-1934, Frederick County, Virginia icon

Freemasonry in Winchester, Virginia 1768-1948 icon
Frederick County

Frederick County, Virginia: Settlement and Some First Families of Back Creek Valley 1730--1830 icon

Gravestone Inscriptions from 61 Graveyards In Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia

Frederick County, Virginia, Marriages, 1771-1825 icon

Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia icon

Winchester, Virginia & Its Beginnings

A Roster of Confederate Soldiers Buried in Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia

Notabilities of Old Frederick County the FAIRFAX Families icon

Shenandoah Pioneers and Their Descendants a History of Frederick County, Virginia From Its Formation in 1738-1908 icon

History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley Counties of Frederick, Berkeley, Jefferson and Clarke icon

Abstracts of Wills, Inventories, and Administration Accounts of Frederick County, Virginia 1743-1800

The CRUM Family: Notes Concerning the Descendants of Anthony Crum, Sr. , of Frederick County, Virginia

Northern Virginia Heritage: A Pictorial Compilation of the Historic Sites and Homes in the Counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Fauquier, Prince William and Stafford, and the Cities of Alexandria and Fredericksburg icon

1840 Mountain Empire Census icon
"This 268 page book details the combination of the sixteen counties in the Mountain Empire area or those counties west of Roanoke. These include Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, Henry, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Roanoke, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, and Wythe. This record includes the name of head of household, the numbers of those living in the household including the free colored, occupation of those in the household, personal data, such as "blind, dead, insane, etc." and some school records with the number of schools and types. In addition, there is a listing in the households as to those receiving a pension for the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Also available in Hard Cover."

Giles County, Virginia 1806-1956 a Brief History icon

Giles County, Virginia History-Families icon

Marriages in the New River Valley, Virginia: Montgomery, Floyd, Pulaski and Giles Counties icon

Gloucester County

Epitaphs of Gloucester and Mathews Counties in Tidewater Virginia Through 1865 icon

Vestry Book of Petsworth Parish; Gloucester County, Virginia: 1677-1793

The Vestry Book of Kingston Parish, Mathews County, Virginia (Until May 1, 1791, Gloucester County), 1679-1796 icon

The World of Ware Parish in Gloucester County, Virginia icon

Old Virginia Houses: The Mobjack Bay Country icon
Mathews and Gloucester Counties

Rosewell: Garland of Virginia icon
Gloucester County

Stories of Old Gloucester

Goochland County, Virginia Genealogy & Local History Books

Mrs. T. N. T. icon
(1949, 1st edition) A memoir by the daughter of an Anglo-French couple (Maria Keane DABNEY) of growing up in post-bellum Virginia and of childhood travels on the other side of the Atlantic. Describes life in Gloucester County and Richmond.

Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, Virginia icon

Grayson County, Virginia Will Book 1: 1796-1839 icon

Grayson County: A History in Words and Pictures icon

1840 Mountain Empire Census icon
"This 268 page book details the combination of the sixteen counties in the Mountain Empire area or those counties west of Roanoke. These include Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, Henry, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Roanoke, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, and Wythe. This record includes the name of head of household, the numbers of those living in the household including the free colored, occupation of those in the household, personal data, such as "blind, dead, insane, etc." and some school records with the number of schools and types. In addition, there is a listing in the households as to those receiving a pension for the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Also available in Hard Cover."

A Treasured Past - Album of Greensville County, Virginia 1781-1981

Sketches of Greensville County, Virginia: 1650-1967

Greensville County Marriages, 1781-1825 icon

Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Greensville County, Virginia

 

Halifax County

Along the Border: A History of Virgilina, Virginia and the Surrounding Area in Halifax and Mecklenburg Counties in Virginia and Person and Granville Counties in North Carolina icon

Marriages of Halifax County, Virginia, 1801-1830 icon

Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns Of Halifax County, Virginia: 1753-1800

Vestry Book of Antrim Parish, Halifax County, Virginia, 1752-1817 icon

Halifax County, Virginia Deed Book...

Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present Virginia Counties of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin & Patrick icon

List of Voters for Elections of Burgesses, 1764-1769, Halifax County, Virginia icon

A History of Halifax County, Virginia icon

1850 Census of Halifax County, Virginia

Halifacts

The BRANDONs of Halifax County, Virginia, Gaston County, North Carolina, & York County, South Carolina icon

The Education of Black Citizens in Halifax County, 1866-1969 icon

 

Hampton

Gravestone Inscriptions from the Cemetery of St. John's Episcopal Church, Hampton, Virginia icon

Cemeteries of the City of Hampton, Virginia, formerly Elizabeth City County

Hampton and Newport News in the Civil War: War comes to the Peninsula icon

Freedom's First Generation: Black Hampton, Virginia icon

Hampton/Newport News: A Pictorial History icon

 

Hanover

Cohabitation Lists of Former Slaves in Goochland, Hanover, and Louisa Counties, Virginia, as Recorded By the Freedmen's Bureau icon

Hanover County, Virginia, Superior Court Records icon

Virginia Families of Louisa, Hanover and Monroe Counties [Virginia & West Virginia] icon

Hanover County Chancery Wills and Notes icon

Hanover County Chancery Wills and Notes: a Compendium of Genealogical, Biographical and Historical Material as Contained in Cases of the Chancery Suits of Hanover County, Virginia icon

Hanover County: Images of America icon

1850 Census: Hanover County, Virginia

The Vestry Book of St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia, 1706-1786

Old Homes of Hanover County, Virginia

Virginia Publick Claims, Hanover County icon

Hanover County: Its History and Legends icon

Ashland Christian Church: the First One Hundred Years, 1887-1987

Ashland, Virginia (Images of America)

A Historical Sketch of the Ashland Presbyterian Church, Ashland, Virginia 1871-1971 icon

Hanover County, Virginia: A Retrospective from the Pages of the Hanover Herald, the Hanover Progress and the Hanover Herald-Progress

A Sketch of the Early History of Hanover County, Virginia and Its Large and Important Contributions to the American Revolution

Excerpts From: Virginia Migrations; Hanover County: 1723-1850--Wills, Deeds, Depositions, Invoices, Letters, Other Documents of Historical & Genealogical Interest icon

Map: The Battlefield of Cold Harbor, Hanover County, Virginia 1864 icon

The CROSSes Along Falling Creek: Hanover County, Virginia icon

The Thomas LACY III Family of Hanover and Buckingham Counties, Virginia: With Forebears, Descendants and Some Allied Families icon

Sold! The WINSTONs of Hanover County, Virginia and Related Families, 1666-1992 icon

 

Henrico County & Richmond City Books

 

Henry County

Entry Record Book, 1737-1770: Land Entries in the Present Virginia Counties of Halifax, Pittsylvania, Henry, Franklin & Patrick icon

A History of Henry County, Virginia, with Biographical Sketches of its most Prominent Citizens and Genealogical Histories of Half a Hundred of its Oldest Families icon

Foresight, Founders and Fortitude: The Growth of Industry in Martinsville and Henry County, Virginia

History of Patrick and Henry Counties, Virginia

Henry County, Virginia Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns: 1778-1849

1850 Federal Census of Henry County, Virginia: Free, Slave, Mortality Schedules

Henry County, Virginia Will Abstracts...

Abstracts of Deed Books, Henry County, Virginia...

Grace Upon Grace: The History of the First Presbyterian Church, Martinsville, Virginia

A Century of Heritage and Challenge: First Baptist Church, Martinsville, Virginia, 1884-1984

Embracing a Vision of God's Future: Chatham Heights Baptist Church 1944-1994 Martinsville, Virginia icon

Benjamin JONES & His Descendents

1840 Mountain Empire Census icon
"This 268 page book details the combination of the sixteen counties in the Mountain Empire area or those counties west of Roanoke. These include Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, Henry, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Roanoke, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, and Wythe. This record includes the name of head of household, the numbers of those living in the household including the free colored, occupation of those in the household, personal data, such as "blind, dead, insane, etc." and some school records with the number of schools and types. In addition, there is a listing in the households as to those receiving a pension for the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Also available in Hard Cover."

The Henry County Military Gallery, 1776 - 1991 icon

Sold! "Horsepasture Reflections". a Military Service Directory of the Horsepasture Community and Their Families From 1776 to 1989 icon 

Sold! Tax Lists of Henry County, Virginia, 1778-1880

Henry County: A Proud Look Back icon

History of Highland County, Virginia

Highland County: Images of America

The Highland Book

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