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Orange County

Constables and Tobacco Planters in Orange County, Virginia, 1735-1769 icon

Remembering: A History of Orange County, Virginia icon

Orange County Land Patents

Soldiers, Stories, Sites and Fights, Orange County, Virginia, 1861-1865, and the Aftermath

Antebellum Orange: The Pre-Civil War Homes, Public Buildings, and Historic Sites of Orange County, Virginia icon

Tombstone Inscriptions of Orange County, Virginia

Virginia Cemetery & Obituary Records: Orange County - Vol. V; Spotsylvania County - Vol. IV

Orange County, Virginia Marriages, 1747-1850 icon

Marriages of Orange County, Virginia, 1757-1880 icon

Marriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg, and of Orange, Spotsylvania, and Stafford Counties, Virginia, 1722-1850

Marriages in Virginia: Spotsylvania County, 1851-1900 and Orange County, 1851-1867

A History of Orange County, Virginia: From Its Formation in 1734 to the End of Reconstruction in 1870... icon

 

Page County

The Painful News I Have to Write: Letters and Diaries of Four HITE Brothers of Page County in the Service of the Confederacy icon

Luray and Page County, Virginia (Images of America) icon

Short Historical Sketches of Page County, Virginia And Its People, Volume 2: A Collection of Articles form the "Heritage and Heraldry" Column of the Page News & Courier, October 2001-October 2004

Page: The County of Plenty

The Record of Hawksbill Church, 1788-1850, Page County, Virginia icon

Old Homes of Page County, Virginia

Tombstone Inscriptions of Page County, Virginia

Page County, Virginia: Men in Gray

Page County, Virginia Will Books A, B and C, and Deed Book A 1831-1848

A Short History of Page County, Virginia

 

Patrick County

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."

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

Patrick County, Virginia: Unrecorded Documents 1791-1920

Tombstone Inscriptions of the Cemeteries of Patrick County, Virginia

The Free State Of Patrick: Patrick County, Virginia In The Civil War

Notes From The Free State Of Patrick: Patrick County Virginia History

History of Patrick and Henry Counties, Virginia

Patrick County, Virginia Birth Records, Vol. I: 1853-1869

Patrick County, Virginia Birth Records, Vol. II: 1870-1880

Patrick County, Virginia Birth Records, Vol. III: 1881-1889

Patrick County, Virginia Birth Records, Vol. IV: 1890-1896

Marriages of Patrick County, Virginia, 1791-1850 icon

Patrick County, Virginia, Land Entry Book: July, 1791 - February, 1796

Patrick County, Virginia Deed Index Abstracts: 1791-1850

Patrick County, Virginia Death Records 1868, 1869, & 1871-1896

Patrick County, Virginia Death Register: 1853-1870

Abstracts of Wills, Inventories & Accounts Patrick County, Virginia: 1791-1823

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

 

Pittsylvania County

Pittsylvania County, Virginia, Register of Free Negroes and Related Documentation icon

History of Pittsylvania County, Virginia icon

Picks, Tracks and Bateaux Industry in Pittsylvania County: 1750-1950 icon

Writings of Maud Carter CLEMENT icon
Pittsylvania County

Pittsylvania's Nineteenth-Century Grist Mills icon

Pittsylvania County, Virginia, Inventories & Accounts Current, 1770-1797

An Intimate History of the American Revolution in Pittsylvania County, Virginia icon

Abstracts of Pittsylvania County, Virginia Wills, 1767-1820

Wills of Pittsylvania County, Virginia: 1820-1845

Eighteenth-Century Landmarks of Pittsylvania County, Virginia icon

Pittsylvania County Virginia and Virginians 1606-1888 Eminent Virginians icon

Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Pittsylvania County, Virginia, 1767-1805 icon

Marriages of Pittsylvania County, Virginia, 1806-1830 icon

Marriages of Pittsylvania County, Virginia 1831-1861 icon

Marriages of Pittsylvania County Virginia 1862-1875 icon

Sold! Old Survey Book. 1: 1746-1782, Pittsylvania County, Virginia icon

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

Pittsylvania County, Virginia Deed Books...

 

Portsmouth

Inscriptions in Triumph: Tombstone Inscriptions from the African American Cemeteries of Mt. Calvary, Mt. Olive, Fisher's Hill and Potter's Field Portsmouth, Virginia icon

Ghost Stories of Olde Towne, Portsmouth, Virginia icon

Report of the Portsmouth Relief Association to the Contributors of the Fund for the Relief of Portsmouth, Virginia, During the Prevalence of the Yellow Fever in that Town in 1855; The Exhibit of the Treasurer of the Receipts And...[etc.] icon

Portsmouth: A Pictorial History

Cedar Grove Cemetery - Portsmouth, Virginia, Plot Book 1 and 2

 

Powhatan County

Inventory of the County Archives of Virginia, No. 73: Powhatan County

Southam Parish Land Processioning, 1747-1784: Goochland, Cumberland, and Powhatan Counties, Virginia
"...colony of Virginia, land was processioned every four years to determine the bounds of every landholder’s property. The vestrymen divided the parish into precincts of convenient size with several men appointed to conduct the processioning for each precinct. The returns were recorded in the vestry book. The book contains maps and abstracts of the land processioning orders and returns for Southam Parish for the years 1747 through 1784 while Southam Parish was part of the counties of Goochland, Cumberland, and Powhatan. The original information is found in the Vestry Book of Southam Parish which contains the detailed records of the parish for the years 1745 through 1792.This volume is intended to be a companion book to the complete Vestry Book of Southam Parish."

Powhatan: A Bicentennial History icon

Powhatan County, Virginia Wills, 1777-1795 icon

Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Powhatan County, Virginia, 1777-1830

Powhatan County, Virginia Tax Lists 1782 & 1784 icon

Powhatan County, Virginia Tax Lists, 1787-1788-1789 icon

Powhatan, Salem & Courtney Henrico Artillery

 

Prince Edward County

History of Prince Edward County, Virginia: From the Earliest Settlements Through Its Establishment in 1754 to its Bicentennial Year

Marriage Bonds And Ministers' Returns of Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1754-1810

Prince Edward County Marriages, 1754-1810 icon

History of Farmville, Virginia 1798-1948

Today and Yesterday in the Heart of Virginia A Reprint of the Edition of the Farmville Herald

The Life of Rev. Daniel WITT, D. D. of Prince Edward County, Virginia

 

Prince George County

Prince George County, Virginia, Wills & Deeds, 1710-1713 icon

Prince George County, Virginia, Wills and Deeds, 1713-1728. icon

Prince George County, Virginia Records, 1733-1792: Abstracts of the Remaining County Record Books for the Above Period Plus Miscellaneous Wills icon

Autographs, 1701/2: Charles City, Prince George, and Surry counties icon

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

 

Prince William County

SIMPSON Connections: John & Hannah SIMPSON of Prince William County, Virginia & Their Descendants icon

The Curtis Collection: a Personal View of Prince William County History icon

John BRADFORD, Esquire (1749-1830)-Born in Prince William County, Virginia , Kentucky's First Printer icon

Death Notices, Obituaries & Memoriams: From the Prince William County, Virginia, Manassas Gazette & Manassas Journal, 1885-1910

Engagements and Marriages From the Prince William County, Virginia Manassas Gazette and Manassas Journal, 1885-1910

Prince William: The Story of Its People and Its Places

Neabsco and Occoquan: The TAYLOE Family Iron Plantations, 1730-1830 icon
Prince William County

A Virginia Scene, Or, Life in Old Prince William icon

Landmarks of Old Prince William: A Study of Origins in Northern Virginia icon

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

Home Place, Prince William County: a Series of Articles From the Potomac News, 1986 icon

Prince William County: A Pictorial History icon

Historic Dumfries, Virginia: Chartered 11 May 1749

Prince William County, Virginia Deed Book D, 1738-1740

Sold! Deed Abstracts of Prince William County, Virginia (1740-1741) icon

Sold! Deed Abstracts of Prince William County, Virginia. 1763-1768 (Part I) icon

Prince William County, Virginia, General Index to Wills: 1734-1951

History of Prince William County

A Virginia Scene, Or, Life in Old Prince William icon

Prince William: A Past to Preserve icon

The Curtis Collection: a Personal View of Prince William County History icon

This Was Prince William icon

Water Milling on Catharpin Run, Prince William County, Virginia

WPA Records of Prince William County, Virginia

Genealogy of the BROWN Family, of Prince William County, Virginia; Being a History of William BROWN and Seven Generations of His Descendants icon

 

Princess Anne County

Gateway to the New World: A History of Princess Anne County, Virginia 1607-1824

Princess Anne County and Virginia Beach: A Pictorial History

Virginia Antiquary Vol. I: Princess Anne County Loose Papers, 1700-1789 icon

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

Old Houses in Princess Anne, Virginia icon

 

Pulaski County

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."

Pulaski County Virginia Will Books 1-2 1840-1870 icon

Pulaski County, Virginia Births 1853-1870 icon

Pulaski County Virginia Deaths 1853-1870 icon

Gates to Glory: Cemeteries of Pulaski County, Virginia icon

A Historic and Descriptive Sketch icon
Pulaski County, Jamestown Exposition, 1907

A History of the Ashe County, North Carolina and New River, Virginia Baptist Associations

 

Rappahannock County

Wills of Rappahannock County, Virginia: 1656-1692 icon

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

1850 Census: Rappahannock County, Virginia  CD

Rappahannock County, Virginia, a History: Fact, Fiction, Foolishness, and the Fairfax Story icon

My Rappahannock Story Book icon

 

Richmond County

Criminal Proceedings in Colonial Virginia: Fines, Examination of Criminals, Trials of Slaves, etc from March 1710 [1711] to [1754], [Richmond County, Virginia]

The Registers of North Farnham Parish, 1663-1814, and Lunenburg Parish, 1783-1800, Richmond County, Virginia icon

1850 Census: Richmond County, Virginia CD

Tread of Pioneers: Annals of Richmond County and Vicinity icon

Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia: 1668-1853

Richmond County, Virginia, 1692-1992: A Tricentennial Portrait

The DODSON (DOTSON) Family of North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia: a History and Genealogy and Their Descendants Vol.1

 

Roanoke County

When Past is Prologue: A History of Roanoke County

Roanoke County, Virginia Marriages: 1838-1850

Roanoke County, Virginia Deaths: 1853-1880

Places Near the Mountains: Botetourt and Roanoke Counties, Virginia

History of Roanoke County icon

Roanoke: Story of County & City

Kegley's Virginia Frontier: the Beginning of the Southwest: the Roanoke of Colonial Days, 1740-1783 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."

Hill's Roanoke (Roanoke County, VA) City Directory, 1945, Including Salem and Vinton icon

Salem: A Virginia Chronicle icon

Vinton History, 1884-1984 icon

 

Rockbridge County

A History of Rockbridge County, Virginia icon

Among These Ancient Mountains: the Story of Rockbridge County, Virginia icon

Rockbridge County, Virginia, Manuscripts: a Guide to Collections in the United States

Rockbridge County Births: 1853-1877

Rockbridge County Artists & Artisans

Only Yesterday in Lexington, Virginia icon

Lexington and Rockbridge County in the Civil War icon

Rockbridge County, Virginia Marriages, 1778-1850 icon

Country Roads: Rockbridge County, Virginia Self-Guided Driving Tours icon

 

Rockingham County Genealogy & Local History Books

 

Russell County

Sandlick Primitive Baptist Church. the First Hundred Years 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."

Census: Russell County, Virginia

Russell County, Virginia Law Order Book 10, 1833-1838

Russell County, Virginia Deed Book I: 1787-1795

Russell County, Virginia Deed Book II: 1795-1798

Russell County, Virginia Deed Book III: 1798-1806

Russell County, Virginia Deed Book IV: 1806-1814

Implied Marriages of Russell County, Virginia: Maiden Names of Wives Mentioned in the Wills and Deeds of Russell County Prior to 1860... icon

Russell County, Virginia: Images of America

Some Russell County, Virginia Records: Births and Deaths, 1853-1866

Russell County: Virginia's Bluegrass Empire

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