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Surry
Sussex
Tazewell
Warren
Washington
Westmoreland
Wise
Wythe
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Scott County

PETERS Family of Scott County, Virginia...

James SPENCER of Scott County, Virginia & His Descendants

Jacob WOLFE of Scott County, Virginia and Some of His Descendents

Scott County, Virginia Cemetery Records...

History of Scott County, Virginia

My Home Town of Gate City and Scott County, Virginia

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Shenandoah 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."

Shenandoah County, Virginia: A Study of the 1860 Census, Volumes 1-4 (1993, 1994, 1996, 1998) - Also Includes 1870 Census CD

Shenandoah County in the Civil War: The Turbulent Years icon

Shenandoah County, Virginia: A Study of the 1860 Census with Supplemental Data icon

A History of Shenandoah County, Virginia icon

Yesterday in Woodstock icon

The Ketoctin Kitchen. a Potpourri of Meat, Vegetable, Desert (Sic) and Beverage Recipes. Largely From the Loudoun and Shenandoah.. icon

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Smyth County

Smyth County Families & History

Smyth County, Virginia Cemeteries

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 ABC's of Smyth County icon

Smyth County History and Traditions icon

Smyth County, Virginia Volume One: Pathfinders and Patriots, Prehistory to 1832 icon

Smyth County, Virginia. Wills : Will Book A, 1832-1844, Will Book 1, 1838-1898 icon

Virginia Historic Marriage Register: Smyth County Marriages 1832-1850 icon

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

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Southampton County

Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Southampton County, Virginia, 1750-1810

1850 Census: Southampton County, Virginia CD

Southampton County, Virginia

Southampton County & Franklin: A Pictorial History

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Spotsylvania County

1850 Census: Spotsylvania County, Virginia CD

Spotsylvania County, Virginia: 1815 Directory of Landowners

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

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 Early Spotsylvania

The Personal Property Tax Lists for the Year 1787 for Spotsylvania County, Virginia [Also for Fredericksburg City]

Forgotten Companions: The First Settlers of Spotsylvania County & Fredericksburgh Town

Spotsylvania County Records, 1721-1800

GORDONs of Spotsylvania County icon

If It Takes All Summer: The Battle of Spotsylvania

African Americans of Spotsylvania County: Images of America

Spotsylvania County Records, 1721-1800: Being Transcriptions, From the Original Files at the County Court House, of Wills, Deeds, Administrators' and Guardians' Bonds, Marriage Licenses, and Lists of Revolutionary Pensioners

Sold! Virginia County Court Records: Order Book Abstracts of Spotsylvania County, Virginia 1738-1740 icon

Sold! Virginia County Court Records: Order Book Abstracts of Spotsylvania County, Virginia 1740-1742 icon

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Stafford County

Minor Sketches of Major Folk and Where They Sleep icon
Masonic Cemetery in Fredericksburg, 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

Stafford County, Virginia, Tithables: Quit Rents, Personal Property Taxes, and Related Lists and Petitions, 1723-1790 icon

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

Marriage Records of the City of Fredericksburg and the County of Stafford, Virginia, 1851-1900

Men of Mark: Officials of Stafford County, Virginia 1664-1991

They Called Stafford Home: the Development of Stafford County Virginia From 1600-1865 icon

Stafford County in the Civil War icon

Laying the Hoe: A Century of Iron Manufacturing in Stafford County, Virginia icon

Descendants of John NELSON, Sr. , Mary TOBY, Stafford County, Virginia 1740-1939 With Related Families icon

The SIMMS Family of Stafford County, Virginia: A Record of the Descendants of Three Brothers ... Richard SIMMS (1752-1850) of Clay County, Missouri; Presley SIMMS (ca. 1754-1852) of Montgomery County, Indiana; Rhodam SIMS (1756-1853) of Ralls County... icon

The Register of St. Paul's Parish, 1715 - 1798, Stafford County, Virginia, 1715 - 1776, King George County, Virginia, 1777 - 1798

Old Stafford County, Virginia: Overwharton Parish Register, 1720-1760

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Surry County

Wills and Administrations of Surry County, Virginia, 1671-1750 icon

Surry County Records, Surry County, Virginia, 1652-1684

Surry County, Virginia Deeds & Estate Accounts...

Surry County, Virginia: Register of Free Negroes icon
"The register of free Negroes, kept from 1794 to 1862, gives description, age, free-born or emancipated. In some cases, multiple family generations can be traced. Some marriage records are included."

Surry County: Isle of Wight County. Families & History icon

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

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Sussex County

Births, Deaths and Sponsors 1717-1778 from the Albemarle Parish Register of Surry and Sussex Counties, Virginia

Sussex County Marriages, 1754-1810 icon

Sussex County, Virginia Deed Books A-E, 1754-1779

Sussex County, Virginia Publick Claims

Waverly: the First One Hundred Years, 1879-1979 icon

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Tazewell 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."

An Album of Tazewell County, Virginia

Annals of Tazewell County, Virginia...

Sketches of Early Burke's Garden

History of the Settlement and Indian Wars of Tazewell County, Virginia icon

1850 Census of Tazewell County, Virginia: Free Schedule, Slave Schedule, Mortality Schedule, Industry Schedule icon

Tazewell County, Virginia Survey Book 1: 1801-1824 icon

Tazewell County, Virginia Marriages... icon

History of Tazewell County and Southwest Virginia: 1748 - 1920

Tazewell County icon

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Warren County

On Chester Street. Presence of the Past Patterns the Future
Front Royal & Warren County

Front Royal & Warren County, Virginia: Images of America icon

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Warwick County

Warwick County, Virginia, Colonial Court Records in Transcription

Warwick County, Virginia Publick Claims

Warwick County, Virginia

Warwick County, Virginia, 1782 - 1880: Who Was Who

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Washington County

History of Southwest Virginia 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870 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."

The Militia of Washington County, Virginia: 1777-1835

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 1: 1777-1792

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 2: 1791-1806

Publications of the Historical Society of Washington County, Virginia

Washington County Register 1782-1820...

Bicentennial History of Washington County, Virginia, 1776-1976

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Westmoreland County

Westmoreland County, Virginia, An Index: Your Key to People, Places, and Events in Westmoreland County, Virginia icon

The Life of Cople Parish, 1664-1964 in Westmoreland County, Virginia icon

Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia, 1654-1800 icon

Westmoreland County , Black America (Images of America) icon

Robert CARTER of Nomini Hall: a Virginia Tobacco Planter of the 18th Century icon

Westmoreland County Virginia 1653-1983 icon

Four Centuries of Little-Known Washington Parish History: People, Places and Events icon

After the Backcountry: Rural Life in the Great Valley of Virginia, 1800-1900

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Wise County

When the Trains Came to Norton, Wise County in Old Virginia in 1891 icon

A Narrative History of Wise County, Virginia icon

The Story of Wise County, Virginia icon

Coeburn, Virginia Area History: Celebrating the Centennial of the Town of Coeburn icon

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Wythe County

Wythe County Bicentennial History icon

Wythe County Chapters: A Gathering of Materials from Scarce, Rare or Out-of-Print Sources About Wythe County, Virginia icon

Wythe County; St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Wythe County, its Pastors and their Records, 1800 - 1924. Includes marriages, baptisms, member Llists, deaths. 416 + 48 p. typescript

Original Document: Military Appointment of Joseph KELLEY to Lieutenant icon
From the seller: "Date Published: 1828
Description: Very Good Signed 8-1/8 x 7-9/16 inches, embossed state seal, Appointment of "Joseph Kelley" of Wythe county to "Lieutenant" in the thirty-fifth Regiment, nineteenth Brigade, and fifth Division of the said Militia. Signed by "Wm B. Giles" as governor of Virginia and "? ? Pleasants"

Early Wythe Settlers (1810, 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850 Census) 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."

Wythe County, Virginia 1870 Census Index: With Supplementary Lists and Tables icon

1880 Census: Wythe County, Virginia icon

Wythe County Marriages, 1790-1850 icon

Wythe County, Virginia Will Books 1-2 1790-1822 icon

Wythe County, Virginia Tax 1790-1800 icon

Wythe County, Virginia Biographies icon

Wythe County, VA Tax List 1793-1800 icon

Wythe County (Images of America: Virginia)

Still Another Album of Wythe County, Virginia icon

Glimpses of Wythe County icon

Historical Facts About the Churches of Wythe County

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York County

Virginia Colonial Abstracts: York County icon

York County, Virginia Wills, Deeds, Orders: 1657-1659 icon

York County, Virginia Marriages, Volume I: Bonds & Ministers' Returns, 1769-1853

The Colonial Churches of York County Virginia, in the William & Mary Quarterly icon

The Ancestry of William CLOPTON of York County, Virginia

Family History of Cyrus Rosser JAMES and Annie Shield JAMES of York County, Virginia

Aris Sonis Focisque: Being a Memoir of an American Family, the HARRISONs of Skimino and particularly of Jesse Burton HARRISON and Burton Norvell HARRISON
(1910)

Charles Parish, York County, Virginia: History & Registers. Births, 1648-1789, Deaths, 1665-1787 icon

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