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1790 Census of Virginia, Heads of Families at the First Census of the U.S. taken in the year 1790: Records of the Enumeration: 1782 to 1785. Orig. Pub. 18??, Reprinted 1995, 189 pages, Index, ISBN #0-89308-614-2.

Since the original returns for the state were destroyed in the War of 1812, taxpayers lists were reconstructed by the Bureau of the Census.

VA 108 $32.50

Amherst County, VA. In the Revolution. Including Extracts from the "LOST ORDER BOOK" 1773-1782. By: Lenora H. Sweeny, Orig. Pub. 1951, Reprinted 1998, 230 pages, Index, Hard Cover, ISBN #0-89308-269-4.

Located on the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Amherst County was created from the southwestern portion of Albemarle County in 1761. Originally, its boundary lines were much larger, included in it's boundaries was Nelson County which was Nelson County which was carved off in 1808. It is surrounded by the present day counties of: Appomattox, Bedford, Botetourt, Buckingham, Campbell, Nelson, and Rockbridge.  Thought to have been destroyed or carried off during the Civil War, the Amherst Order Book covering the Revolutionary time frame was discovered by the author during one of her many trips to the court house while doing research. Not only was the: Lost Order Book" 1773-1782 used to complete this book but other sources as well including Muster & Pay Rolls. Included in the discussion of Amherst's participation in the Revolution are many lists of which some are: The First Rifle Company, Officers of the Militia before and during the Revolution, Revolutionary soldiers from Amherst County comprising then the territory of the present day county of Nelson, and many, many lists of muster & payrolls from various companies serving duty from Amherst County. The author has even included disbursements to wives, widows & orphans of Revolutionary soldiers and also, claims for property impresses or taken for public service.  Another interesting feature of this "Lost Order Book" 1773-1782 is a list of the names of soldiers who proved they had served in the French & Indian War and thus qualified to obtain bounty land allowed by the proclamation of the King of Great Britain in 1763.  Of Special interest, the author has included over 200 applications of Amherst soldiers for Pensions. These applications many times give such information as: date & place of birth, date of death, current residence at time of filing, date of enlistment, his service record, date of marriage, names of spouse & children, along with their birth dates and marriage dates, names of his & his wife's parents, names of fellow soldiers he served with, even neighbors that lived beside him before taken duty, and date placed on pension roll.

VA 27 $30.00

Amherst County, VA., 1761-1807, Books A-K and Albemarle County, VA., 1748-1763, Books 1-3, The Deeds of. By: The Rev. Bailey Fulton Davis, Pub. 1950, Reprinted 1960, 1978, &1989, 560 pages, Index, ISBN #0-89308-147-7.

VA 1 $42.50

Amherst County, VA., 1807-1827, Books L-R, Vol. 2., The Deeds of. By: The Rev. Bailey Fulton Davis, Pub. 1985, 384 pages, Index, ISBN #0-89308-301-1.

VA 36 $35.00

Amherst County, VA., 1827-1852, Books S-Z, Vol. 3., The Deeds of. By: The Rev. Bailey Fulton Davis, Pub. 1985, 420 pages, Index, ISBN #0-89308-302-X.

VA 48 $37.50

Amherst County, VA., Wills, 1761-1865. By: The Rev. Bailey Fulton Davis, Pub. 1985, Reprinted 1998, 472 pages, Hard Cover, Index, ISBN #0-89308-302-X.

Amherst County was created from the southwestern portion of Albemarle County in 1761. These wills cover from the very beginning of the county all the way through to 1865.

VA 35 $42.50

Bath Parish Register, 1827-1897, VA. Marriage in Rev. John Cameron's Register and. By: The Virginia Genealogical Society, Pub. 1963, 56 pages, Index, ISBN #0-89308-264-3.

Marriages included in this book are from the areas of Dinwiddle, Prince George, and Nottoway counties. Prince George and Dinwiddle are burned counties with few surviving records. The records of Nottoway County are all extant except that they have no marriages. These marriages pick up where The Vestry Book and Register of Bristol Parish, VA., 1720-1789 leave off.

VA 28 $10.00

Bristol Parish, VA., 1720-1789, The Vestry Book of. By: Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne, Orig. Pub. 1898, Reprinted 1994, 428 pages, Index, ISBN #0-89308-496-4.

Bristol Parish was established in 1643 and covered the area of Charles City, South of the James River. Bristol Parish covers the area later comprised of Dinwiddie, Henrico, and Prince George Counties. This rare book contains all of the vestry meetings and minutes of the vestry from October 1720 through April 1789, being complete except for the period October 20, 1722 through November 11, 1723. The earliest recorded date in the Register of Births, Baptisms and Deaths is April 12, 1685 through March 9, 1798. For many years the register Book was thought to have been lost but was discovered in Petersburg in 1894.  In preparing this book the author expended great care in following the original book in every eccentricity of spelling and abbreviation and in all mistakes. THE VESTRY BOOK itself contains the names of approximately 5,000 individuals either as Vestry members or as those who had been appointed to procession land of property owners; apprentice young people to other in the parish for training in crafts or livelihoods; binding out young slaves for training; clothing and feeding and general care and welfare of the poor in their midst. THE PARISH REGISTER which lists the birth, baptisms, and deaths contains the names of over 7,139 individuals including slaves and their owners, mulattos and their mothers and the whites. This book contains some very rich genealogical data especially for the person with BLACK ROOTS.

VA 106 $40.00

Bristol Parish, A History of, With Genealogies of Families Connected there with and Historical Illustrations. By: The Rev. Philip Slaughter, D.D., Orig. Pub. 1879, Reprinted 1994, 238 pages, New Index, ISBN #0-89308-495-6.

The first half of this history pertains to the general history of this parish with a special emphasis upon the early Episcopal clergy who were Rectors of the Parish Church. The second half of the history deals with GENEALOGIES of the many early families; a listing of members of the various Vestries; as well as some abstracts from some Baptismal registers.  Family genealogies include the following families: Atkinson, Bolling, Bland, Claiborne, Eppes, Field, Gilliam, Grammer, Haxall, Kennon, May, Munford, Murray, Peterson, Pegram, Ramsey, Randolph, Robertson, Skipwith, Walker, Withers, and Worsham. Other families interrelated to those for whom genealogies are given include: Archer, Backer, Bassett, Beverly, Burwell, Byrd, Cary, Coalton, Cocke, Coleman, Dupuy, Fitzhugh, Gordon, Grymes, Harrison, Isham, Jefferson, Kennon, Lay, Lee, Meade, Peyton, Seemes, Sherrard, Sinclair, Starke, Tanner, Thweatt, Tucker, Walke, Walker, Whittle, and Wilmer.

VA 107 $32.50

Brunswick County, Va., 1750-1810, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1953, Reprinted 1982, 146 pages, map, Index, ISBN #0-89308-261-9.

VA 24 $18.50

Brunswick County, VA., Will Books, 1739-1769, Vol. #1.  By: Stephen Bradley, Pub. 1997, Index, soft cover.

SB 36 $30.00

Brunswick County, VA., Will Books, 1761-1780, Vol. #2.  By: Stephen Bradley, Pub. 1997, Index, soft cover.

SB 37 $30.00

Burned Record Counties of Virginia, Some Marriages in the. By: The Virginia Genealogical Society, Pub. 1972, Reprinted 1982, & 1993, 146 pages, Index, soft cover,  ISBN #0-89308-266-X.

This compilation is based on a search of the few original sources available for Hanover, Dinwiddle, Charles City, Nansemond, Elizabeth City, Buckingham, Stafford, King and Queen, and Gloucester counties, Virginia. Approximately 1,500 marriages are recorded.

VA 30 $18.50

Burned Record Counties, Virginia Tithables from. By: Robert F. Woodson and Isobel B. Woodson, Pub. 1970, Reprinted 1982, 122 pages, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-306-2.

Counties being covered are: Buckingham, Gloucester, Hanover, James City, and Stafford.

VA 39 $20.00

Charlotte County, VA., 1764-1815, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of.  By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1958, Reprinted 1982, 170 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-262-7.

Charlotte was formed in 1764 from Lunenburg. it is surrounded by Mecklenburg, Lunenburg, Prince Edward, Appomattox, Campbell, and Halifax.

VA 25 $17.50

Chesterfield County, VA., 1771-1815, Marriage Bonds and Minister's Returns of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1958, Reprinted 1992, 170 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-250-3.

Part of Henrico Parish from the earliest days of the Colony to 1642-1643 when Bristol Parish was formed. In 1735, it was granted its own exclusive parish named Dale, and in 1749 the official county was formed. It is surrounded by Henrico, Charles City, Prince George, Dinwiddle, Albemarle, Powhatan, and Goochland.

VA 13 $20.00

Culpeper County, VA., Records of. By: Dorothy F. Wulfeck, Pub. 1965, Reprinted 2004, 198 pgs, Index, 8 1/2" x 11", soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-791-2.

Culpeper was created in 1749 from Orange county which in turn was created from Spotsylvania which was created from Essex. This volume includes the abstracts of Wills from 1770-1791 and the index for book "G" 1813-1817. Book "G" is lost so the index to the original book will help place an individual in the county at a given time frame. The reader will also discover abstracts of Old Miscellaneous Papers 1827-1870 which were discovered in the Clerk's office. Also included are Court Suits from 1815-1839, along with some Tombstone Inscriptions.

VA121 $30.00

Culpeper County, VA., Genealogical and Historical Notes on, Embracing a revised and Enlarged Edition of Dr. Phillip Slaughter's History of St. Mark's Parish. By: Raleigh T. Green, Orig. Pub. 1900, Reprinted 1996, 322 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-468-9.

Culpeper County was created from the northern part of Orange county in 1749. Culpeper County itself gave birth to two new counties: 1793 to Madison and 1833 to Rappahannock.  This book starts out with the organization of the Parish, which then leads into the Vestry Minutes of the Parish. In addition, among other information provided including the Germane Settlement, are lists of Colonial Militia, Revolutionary War Pensioners, Civil War musters, marriage records from 1781 to 1825 and will abstracts from 1749 to 1821.  A major portion of this book is devoted to detailed genealogies of many of the early families of the county such as: Ashby, Ball, Barbour, Broaddus, Brown, Browning, Bryan-Lillard, Carter, Cave, Clayton, Coleman, Conway, Cooke, Field, Fry, Garnett, Glassell, Green, Grinnan, Henry-Winston, Hill, Jones, Lamon, Lillard-Bryan, Littlepage, Madison, Mason, Micou, Pendleton, Rice, Slaughter, Somerville, Spotswood, Stevens, Stevenson, Strother, Taylor, Thom, Thomas, Thompson, Williams, Winston-Henry, Woodville, and Yancey, all of which are filled with extremely detailed genealogies and dates with some going back as many as five generations.

VA 79 $35.00

Culpeper County, VA., 1781-1815, Marriages of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1954, Reprinted 1982, 136 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-253-8.

VA 16 $18.50

Cumberland County, VA, 1749-1840, Marriages of. By: Katherine Elliott, Pub. 1969, Reprinted 1983, 198 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-382-X.

The marriage records in this volume have been taken from the marriage bonds now surviving minister's return of marriages performed, consents of parents or guardians now extant, marriages recorded in the original Douglas Register pertaining to Cumberland County, and other sources considered authentic. Some marriage records by inference taken from wills, deeds, and other records have been included. Notes have been included which seemed to be pertinent or of value.  This volume lists the names of the grooms in alphabetical order, with separate indices for the brides and other names appearing such as surely, witnesses and names appearing in consents. This book contains approximately 2,000 marriages.

VA 67 $22.50

Cumberland County, VA, 1749-1840, Marriages of.  By: Katherine Elliott, Pub. 1969, Reprinted 1983, 198 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-425-5.

The marriage records in this volume have been taken from the marriage bonds now surviving minister's return of marriages performed, consents of parents or guardians now extant, marriages recorded in the original Douglas Register pertaining to Cumberland County, and other sources considered authentic. Some marriage records by inference taken from wills, deeds, and other records have been included. Notes have been included which seemed to be pertinent or of value.  This volume lists the names of the grooms in alphabetical order, with separate indices for the brides and other names appearing such as surely, witnesses and names appearing in consents. This book contains approximately 2,000 marriages.

VA 68 $27.50

Cumberland County, VA., Wills, 1749-1792. By: Katherine Reynolds, Pub. 1984, 104 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-430-1.

Cumberland County was created in 1749 from the portion of Goochland County south of the James River. Its boundaries at that time were Albemarle County (after 1761 Buckingham County) on the west, Amelia County (after 1754 also Prince Edward County) on the south, Chesterfield County on the east and Goochland County on the north. In 1777 the county was divided, its eastern portion of Buckingham County along the James River was added to Cumberland County. Since that time, there have been no changes in its boundaries.

VA 41 $17.50

Essex County, VA., Records of. By: Beverly Fleet, Pub. 1940, Reprinted 2004, 239 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-790-4.

Essex County was created from OLD Rappahannock County in 1692. This volume is a consolidation of 2 volumes of books into one user friendly volume that Mrs. Fleet published back in 1940. This book includes Wills & Deeds from 1711-1717.

VA 120 $32.50

Greenville County, Va., 1781-1825, Marriages of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1955, Reprinted 1983, 106 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-251-1.

VA 14 $15.00

Halifax County, VA., 1756-1800, Marriages of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1957, Reprinted 1982 & 1995, 142 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-259-7.

VA 22 $18.50

Halifax County, VA., A History of. By: Wirt Johnson Carrington, Orig. Pub. 1924, Reprinted 1994, 560 pages, New Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-497-2.

According to most scholars and historians, this is probably the best and most complete history of Halifax County to be found. Halifax County was formed in 1752 from Lunenburg County. The territory at that time included present Pittsylvania, Henry, and Patrick Counties. It is surrounded by Mecklenburg, Charlotte, Campbell, Pittsylvania Counties and the state of North Carolina. This whole area of Southside Virginia is one of the most important areas of the state during this pre-1800 time period because of the major migrations across this portion of Virginia into North Carolina and South Carolina, as well as into other states to the west.  This book begins with the formation and origins of the county, followed by miscellaneous extracts from Court records such as Deeds. Next comes a history of the town of South Boston after which a chapter is devoted to the "Road to the Wilderness" begun by DANIEL BOONE from Watuga through the wilderness of Kentucky via the Cumberland Gap. This is followed by other general history common to books of this type with a study of the rich, aristocratic, slave-owning whites.  The major portion of this book is devoted to detailed genealogies of many of the early families of the county such as: Adams, Atkisson, Boynham, Barksdale, Belt, Booker, Boyd, Bruce, Calloway, Carlton, Carrington, Chastain, Chalmers, Chappell, Christian, Clark, Coleman, Craddock, Crews, Drinkards, Easley, Edmundson, Edmunds, Faulkner, Flournoy, Fourqur eam, Green, Hart, Henry, Hodges, Hudson, Hurt, Irby, Jeffress, Jordan, lacy, Lawson, Leigh, Logan, Lovelace, Medley, Morton, Owen, Palmers, Penick, Ragland, Scott, Stebbens, Stokes, Wade, Watkins, Willingham, Wimbish, and Yuille, all of which are filled with extremely detailed genealogies and dates. Chapter 10 deals with a section of abstracts of Wills of many of the early families, many of whom are not listed in the prior chapter of genealogies. Another chapter is devoted to Churches (Episcopal), and this is followed by Chapter 12 which contains: the marriages from 1753-1800 and 1800-1850 arranged alphabetically by groom.

VA 105 $42.50

Hanover County, VA., 1850 U.S. Census of. By: Joseph F. Inman and Isobel B. Inman, Pub. 1974, 210 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-282-1.

VA 34 $17.50

Hanover County, VA. Chancery Wills and Notes. By: William R. Cocke III, Orig. Pub. 1940, Reprinted 1998, 224 pages, Hard Cover, Index, ISBN #0-89308-287-2.

Here is a book that any researcher "MUST" have if he or she is researching in this "BURNED" county. Hanover County was created in 1721 from New Kent County and in turn the western portion of Hanover County was carved off to give way to Louisa County in 1742.  Over 250 families are mentioned at some length in this book. There are 147 Wills or abstracts contained therein , many of them brought to light for the first time after painstaking research by the author.  In the treatment and presentation of these "Notes", which are abstracts of bills & petitions, deeds, power of Attorney, administrators accounts, depositions, receipts and letters mentioning approximately 7,000 individuals. The objective was to extract every detail of genealogical, biographical and historical importance and to arrange when convenient alphabetically in relation to families, and chronologically as regards to genealogy. References are made to the title or style of the suit, year of institution, and ended file number.

VA 8 $30.00

Henrico County, VA., 1680-1808, Marriages of. By: Joyce H. Lindsay, Pub. 1960, Reprinted 1983 & 1995, 96 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-364-X.

VA 99 $15.00

Henrico County, VA., Records, Vol. 21. By: Beverly Fleet, Orig. Pub. 1944, Reprinted 1984, 104 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-371-2.

This book contains: Sheriff's Bonds for 1735; Account Book abstracts for 1736; abstracts of Deeds and Wills 1725-1737.

VA 94 $15.00

Henrico Parish, 1730-1773, The Vestry Book of. By: Dr. R.A. Brock, Orig. Pub. 1904, Reprinted 1995, 204 pages, New Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-618-5.

When the Parishes were created by the general Assembly of Virginia, the Vestries were assigned some of the civil administrative functions and all of such civil functions were official in nature and the records of actions taken were recorded in the vestry book.  This book serves as a unique as well as double purpose in that it contains two different sets of records: the minutes of the vestry (civil functions) and also the order for Processing. The later was the surveying of land to attempt to eliminate lawsuits over boundary lines. This book is filled with hundreds of early inhabitants. In the last portion of this book are "Notes" from the author. These notes contain genealogies of some 30 founding families and individuals.

VA 89 $32.50

Henry County, VA., Abstracts of Deed Books 1 & 2, Feb. 1776 - July 1784.  By: Lela C. Adams, Pub. 1975, Reprinted 1992, 188 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-358-5.

In 1776, Patrick County was cut off of Pittsylvania County and was named for Patrick Henry. When first formed, Henry County embraced the whole of what is now Patrick County and the greater portion of present Franklin County, VA.  These deeds include many bills of sale; trust deeds; powers of attorney; dower right releases; names of counties and states where the grantor has taken up residence or plans to reside; leases; damage suits; inquisitions into death; deeds of gifts; bonds and contracts.

VA 43 $20.00

Henry County, VA., Abstracts of Deed Books 3 & 4, Aug. 1784 - June 1792. By: Lela C. Adams, Pub. 1978, Reprinted 1984, 136 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-359-3.

VA 44 $18.50

Henry County, VA., Abstracts of Deed Books 5 & 6, Oct. 1792 - Dec. 1805. By: Lela C. Adams, Pub. 1983, Reprinted 1989, 232 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-360-7.

VA 45 $25.00

Henry County, VA., Marriage Bonds & Minister Returns, 1778-1849. By: Virginia A. Dodd, Pub. 1953, Reprinted 2004, 132 pages, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-759-9.

Henry County was created from Pittsylvania County in 1776.

VA 113 $20.00

Henry County, VA., Tax Lists of. By: Lela C. Adams, Pub. 1973, Reprinted 1989, 34 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-361-5.

VA 47 $12.50

Henry County VA., Will Abstracts, Vol. 1 & 2, 1777-1820. By: Lela C. Adams, Pub. 1984, 120 pages, Index, soft cover,  ISBN #0-89308-544-8.

VA 103 $17.50

Henry County, VA., History of. By: Judith Parks America Hill, Orig. Pub. 1925, reprinted 1995, 332 pages, New Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-616-9.

Henry County was formed in 1776 from Pittsylvania County. This book contains considerable amounts of data about the early colonial times, Civil War, schools, churches, communities, etc.. with biographical sketches of its most prominent citizens and genealogical histories of half a hundred of its oldest families. Also, abstracts of Henry County Legislative Petition from 1779 to 1857 are given along with marriages from 1776-1800.  The major portion of this book that is devoted to these biographies or family histories include such surnames as: Aaron, Allen, Anderson (3), Baker, Bailey (2), Barrow, Bassett, Brown (3), Bouldin, Booker, Bryant, Cahill, Callaway, Clanton, Clark, Craighead, Dandridge, Davis, Deschazo, Dillard (3), Dillion-Campbell-Hodges, Drewry, Dupuy, Dyer, Eggleton, Estes, Finney, Fontaine, Ford, Frye, Gravely, Gribbs (2), Hamilet, Hamilton (2), Hairston (2), Henry, Hill (2), Jones (4), Kearfoot, King (3), Koger, Lavinder, Matthews (3), Marshall, Martin, Mitchell, Morris (2), Mullins, Nance, Napier, Pannill, Pendelton, Penn (2), Price, Prillaman, Purcell, Rangeley, Reamey (2), Redd, Reed, Richardson, Rowland, Salmon, Schoolfield, Sheffield, Shelton, Smith (2), Spencer, Stanley, Starling, Stovall, Stultz (2), Taylor, Thomas, Townes, Traylor (3), Turner, Waller (2), Wells, Weems, Woods, Wooten, and Wray.

VA 93 $38.00

Isle of Wight County, Virginia, Seventeenth Century of.  By: John B. Boddie, Orig. Pub. 1938, Reprinted 2003, 756 pages, Index, hard cover.

This book being the standard history of Isle of Wight County begins with a brief chapter on the native inhabitants and moves quickly to describe early white settlers, including the Cavaliers and the Quakers. Edward Bennett, "Elder of the Ancient Church and merchant of London", was among the earliest settlers; he received a patent for land in Virginia in 1621 "conditioned on the settling of 200 immigrants.  Contains about 60 pages of genealogical sketches. Many of the early families came from the southwest of England while others were from London and its surrounding counties. An additional 50 or so pages are given to the history of the Bennett and Boddie families of Virginia and the Carolinas.  The court records cover the Isle of Wight Book A (apparently a collection of various records although it appears to be mostly wills); Will and Deeds Book I, 1662-1686; Deed Book I, 1688-1704; Land Grant spanning 1628 to 1705; Quit Rent, 1704; and a roster of county officers for Isle of Wight and surrounding counties. The index covers names and subjects.

BG 133 $55.00

James City County, VA., 1634-1659, Vol. 4. By: Lindsay O. Duvall, Orig. Pub. 1957, Reprinted 1978, 96 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-065-9.

VA 5 $17.50

King George County, VA., 1777-1798, The Register of St. Paul's Parish, 1715-1776. Stafford County 1715-1776. By: George H.S. King, Pub. 1960, Reprinted 1985, 192 pages, hard cover,  ISBN #0-89308-577-4.

Arranged alphabetically by surname in chronological order.

VA 71 $27.50

King George County, VA., Will Book A-I, 1721-1752, and Miscellaneous Notes. By: George H.S. King, Pub. 1978, Reprinted 1985, 352 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-578-2.

VA 72 $35.00

King & Queen County, VA., Records. (Vol. #15). By: Beverly Fleet, Pub. 1942, Reprinted 2002, 124 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-372-0.

King & Queen county was created in 1691 from New Kent County, VA., which is a burned county. During and after the Revolution, many of these early residents moved west to Kentucky and other states heading westward. This volume primarily cover the post Revolutionary time frame with such things as: Colonial service from King & Queen (rolls), Pension lists 1787, various petitions, rejected pension applications, Loyalists claims, Inscriptions from Glebe Cemetery, Militia list for 1793-1799, Lists of various Companies serving 1812 and Numerous Legal Papers.

VA 115 $20.00

King & Queen County, VA. Records. (Vol. #28). By: Beverly Fleet, Pub. 1946, Reprinted 2002, 110 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-373-9.

This book covers a wide variety of information such as: the St. Stephens Parish Petition - 1683, Patents 1711-1718, Cemetery Inscriptions from 7 different cemeteries, Amelia county land transactions 1749-1758, Essex county land transactions 1703-1707, early land grants 1653-1665, court house papers 1864-1866, Revolutionary service 1780 and Family notes on 6 different families.

VA 116 $17.50

King William County, VA. from Old Newspapers and Files. By: Elizabeth Ryland, Pub. 1955, Reprinted 2004, 151 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-798-X.

King William County was created in 1702 from King & Queen County, VA. These newspaper abstracts cover from 1736-1841. These abstracts not only cover Marriages & Deaths but many other interesting genealogical tidbits such as: property/land sells, run-away slaves, missing property, business transactions, indenture servant sells and more.....

VA 98 $25.00

Lancaster County, VA., Records (Vol. #22). By: Beverly Fleet, Pub. 1938, Reprinted 2002, 112 pages, Index, paper, soft cover,  ISBN #0-89308-396-8.

Lancaster county was created in 1651 from Northumberland & York counties, VA. It in turn was divided to create Old Rappahannock and Middlesex Counties. Many of these Lancaster families moved to the Northern Neck or other parts of Virginia. This book contains the COURT ORDERS for the years 1652-1655. Of special note, this book ends where Duvall's volume begins (No over-lapping time frame).

VA 117 $17.50

Lancaster County, VA., Court Order and Deeds, 1656-1680, Vol. 2.  By: Lindsay O. Duvall, Reprinted 1979 & 1990, 112 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-063-2.

VA 3 $17.50

Lancaster County, VA., Wills, 1653-1800, Abstracts of. By: Ida J. Lee, Pub. 1959, Reprinted 2004, 246 pages, New Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-758-0.

Until now, this book has been very difficult to use for the researcher due to its lack of an index. We have made a NEW INDEX, that contains the names of approx. 6,000 individuals, specially for this reprint.  This book should help those who had relatives living in the Eastern portion of the State with emphasis around the Chesapeake Bay area.

VA 112 $30.00

(Lunenburg County) Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg Co., VA., 1749-1816 and Vestry Book 1746-1816. By Landon C. Bell, Orig. Pub. 1930, Reprinted 1995, 633 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-617-7.

Cumberland Parish was formed at the same time Lunenburg County was created, and was co-extensive with the county. Lunenburg County was formed from Brunswick County in the year 1745. The Parish of St. Andrews which was located in Brunswick County was also divided and that which was located in the "new" Lunenburg County would be called Cumberland Parish.  These records are considered official because the Vestry was responsible for them and not the county clerks. First of the records mentioned are the well known Rev. John Cameron's Register of Marriages. This register follows him through his Rector ship in Bristol Parish, 1784-1793; Nottoway Parish, 1794-1795; and Cumberland Parish, 1796-1815. Also a register of Baptisms and funerals for Cumberland Parish for the year 1815 is given. These records are followed by the Vestry Book of Cumberland parish, 1746-1816. In these Minutes of the Vestry, many of the same things are mentioned as in other vestry books, but of special note are the mentioning of land records. These land records range from conveyances, deeds, to mortgages. Also, there is much of this periodic marking of land boundaries with information on thousands of landowners.  Also of special note are the detailed genealogies of Re. James Craig, Rev. John Cameron, and some 60 odd founding families.

VA 88 $45.00

Early Settlers of Mecklenburg County, Virginia, Vol. 1.  By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1964, reprinted 1983, 240 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-379-8.

This book contains such things as land grants in Mecklenburg County, early Brunswick and Lunenburg County Deeds, Tithables lists of 1748 and 1752, land procession 1759, St. James' parish Tithables lists in 1746 and other miscellaneous records plus a valuable section titled " Notes on Some Early Settlers". There is also a list of some Mecklenburg people who went to some other states together with the name of the state and sometimes counties taken for deeds, wills, and other legal records.

VA 57 $25.00

Early Settlers of Mecklenburg County, Virginia, Vol. 2. By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1965, Reprinted 1983, 266 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-380-1.

This book contains early Lunenburg and Mecklenburg County Deeds and other Lunenburg and Mecklenburg County records: Commonwealth land Grants, miscellaneous Order Book records, Orphans and Wards listed in the Guardian Book 1765-1800, Personal Property Tax Lists for 1800 and an appendix which contains the 1782 Mecklenburg Co. Census.

VA 59 $25.00

Marriage Records of Mecklenburg County, VA.  1765-1810. By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1963, reprinted 1984, 190 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-376-3.

VA 49 $22.50

Marriage Records of Mecklenburg County, VA.  1765-1810. By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1963, reprinted 1984, 190 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-416-6.

VA 50 $27.50

Marriage Records of Mecklenburg County, VA.  1811-1853. By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1962, Reprinted 1983, 236 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-375-5.

VA 51 $24.00

Marriage Records of Mecklenburg County, VA. 1811-1853. By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1962, Reprinted 1983, 236 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-417-4.

VA 52 $28.50

Mecklenburg County, Va., Revolutionary War Records. By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1964, Reprinted 1983, 230 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-381-X.

With the exception of one Militia Muster Roll - that of Capt. Reuben Vaughnm, 1779 - all the muster rolls and other records of the Militia of Mecklenburg County for this period have been lost.  This volume contains abstracts of all military and patriotic services by Mecklenburg County residents which can now be satisfactorily or completely documented. These records include the Committee of Safety, names of gentlemen justices who served during the period, the names of all militia officers appearing on the order books, the muster roll and commission of Capt. Vaughan, notes from pension applications, notes from the order books of the county pertaining to the Revolutionary War and other notes and records. There are more than 1,500 people being mentioned in this book.

VA 61 $25.00

Mecklenburg Co., Va., Revolutionary War Records. By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1964, Reprinted 1983, 230 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-422-0.

With the exception of one Militia Muster Roll - that of Capt. Reuben Vaughnm, 1779 - all the muster rolls and other records of the Militia of Mecklenburg County for this period have been lost.  This volume contains abstracts of all military and patriotic services by Mecklenburg County residents which can now be satisfactorily or completely documented. These records include the Committee of Safety, names of gentlemen justices who served during the period, the names of all militia officers appearing on the order books, the muster roll and commission of Capt. Vaughan, notes from pension applications, notes from the order books of the county pertaining to the Revolutionary War and other notes and records. There are more than 1,500 people being mentioned in this book.

VA 62 $30.00

Mecklenburg County, VA, 1765-1795, Early Wills of. By: Katherine B. Elliott, Pub. 1963, Reprinted 1983, 246 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-378-X.

This volume contains abstracts of all the wills and administrations recorded in Will Book 1, 2, 3, and a part of Will Book 4, totaling 1,290 original manuscript pages. There are over 4,000 people mentioned in this volume.

VA 55 $25.00

New Kent County, VA., The Parish Register of, 1680-1787. By: NSCD, Pub. 1904, Reprinted 2004, 210 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-770-X.

Considering the fact that New Kent County is a "BURNED" county prior to 1865, makes this book one of only a few sources of information about this county during this colonial period. This is a very valuable resource tool when researching in this county. This BURNED county was formed from York County in 1654. New Kent county is the parent county to Hanover, King William, and King & Queen counties. This book includes Births, Baptism, Marriage & Death records as recorded in their original order along with a complete index.

VA 83 $28.50

New Kent County, VA., Records of. By: Martha Washington Chpt. of DAR, Pub. 1938, Reprinted 2002, 78 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-783-1.

This BURNED county was created from York County, VA. in 1654. This book includes the first extant census for the county - 1810 and also the 1850 census for the county. The 1850 census is the first one that gives the name of every inhabitant of the county. Also included in this volume are abstracts of the application papers of the Revolutionary War pensioners.

VA 118 $15.00

(Norfolk Co.) Lower Norfolk Co. and Norfolk County Wills, 1637-1710. By: Charles F. McIntosh, Orig. Pub. 1914, Reprinted 1982 & 1993, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-322-4.

VA 11 $30.00

Northumberland Co., VA., Records. (Vol. #3). By: Beverly Fleet, Pub. 1938, Reprinted 2002, 138 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-389-5.

Northumberland County was created in 1645. Many of her early residents were from Maryland and in turn many of her residence later moved on to Essex & Stafford Counties and to other counties South of the James River. This book contains the Register of St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, VA. This book contains the BIRTHS from 1661-1810 (with a few deaths being mentioned).

VA 119 $20.00

Northumberland Co, VA., Records. (Vol. #1). By: Lindsay O. Duvall, Orig. Pub. 1952, Reprinted 1978, 160 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-062-4.

This book contains the Court Minutes of the county from 1678-1713.

VA 2 $20.00

Old Rappahannock and Essex Counties, VA., Index to Marriages. By: Eva E. Wilkerson, Orig. Pub. 1953, Reprinted 1998, 256 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-588-X.

Old Rappahannock County was organized in 1656 and embraced lands on both sides of the Rappahannock River. It was formerly a part of Lancaster County which was organized in 1652. In April of 1692, Old Rappahannock County was divided into two distinct counties, the North side of the river became Richmond County and the South side of the river was called Essex County at which this time it became extinct. "Old" Rappahannock County coincided with church territory of Farnham Parish which was established in 1654.  The information in this book was derived from Marriage Bonds, Marriage Registers, and inferential marriage proofs from Wills, Deeds, and Order Books. These marriage records cover the time frame of 1655 through 1900, of which there are approximately 10,000 persons being mentioned. The information contained in this volume is listed alphabetically by groom but it also lists the bride's name, parents or guardians, date of marriage, and source of marriage information.

VA 85 $35.00

(Old) Rappahannock County, VA. 1656-1692, Wills of. By: William M. Sweeny, Orig. Pub. 1947, Reprinted 1998, 194 pages, Hard Cover, Index, ISBN #0-89308-625-8.

Even though Rappahannock County was created from the Northern portion of Culpeper County in 1833, this book deals with the wills of "OLD" Rappahannock County (Richmond & Essex Counties). These wills were not conveniently copied and recorded by the clerk in a set of books known as "Will Books", but were scattered through the Deed Books and Order Books. In selecting the wills it was necessary for the author to read over all the record books of Old Rappahannock, and all the early records of Essex and Richmond.

VA 86 $30.00

Orange County, VA., 1747-1810, Marriages of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1959, reprinted 1982, 132 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-252-X.

Orange was formed in 1734 from Spottsylvania County and comprised an area on both sides of the Blue Ridge Mountains out of which has subsequently been formed more than 36 counties. In 1743, Fredericksburg County was formed from Orange and in 1745, Augusta County was formed. In 1749, Culpeper County was formed, which in turn in 1793 had Madison formed from it and in 1838 Greene County was formed from Orange. It is surrounded by Albemarle, Louisa, Spottsylvania, Culpeper, Madison, and Greene.

VA 15 $17.50

Patrick County, VA., 1791-1850, Marriages of. By: Lela C. Adams, Pub. 1972, Reprinted 1984, 165 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-357-7.

VA 46 $20.00

Patrick County, VA., 1791- Aug. 1800, Abstracts of Order Book "O". By: Lela C. Adams, Pub. 1984, 130 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-427-1.

This order book contains brief description of court cases , and in some instances, the names of people involved in court cases that are carried over to another session of the court for disposition. It contains cases of the Commonwealth; grantor and grantee of deeds are listed; surveyors of the roads are names as well as people in the area who happened to work on the roads; lists of people appointed to the militia (officers) and appointments of commissioners, justices of the peace and sheriffs are also found in these records, as well as licenses for people to operate taverns and grist mills; lists of administrators of estates and those who were to inventory the particular estates in question are also found among other valuable information.

VA 100 $20.00

Pittsylvania County, Virginia, Deed Books 1, 2, & 3, 1765-1774. By: Lucille C. & Neil G. Payne, Pub. 1991 & 1992, 218 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-466-2.

VA 69 $25.00

Pittsylvania County, VA., 1767-1805, Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns. By: Catherine L. Knorr, Pub. 1956, Reprinted 2002, 120 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-260-0.

Pittsylvania County was created in 1767 from Halifax County, VA. Many of her early settlers were from Pennsylvania, including Germans, Quakers, Welch and Scot-Irish. Also many families through out Virginia relocated here from such counties as: Brunswick, Charlotte, Amelia, Prince Edward, and other Tidewater counties.

VA 23 $20.00

Powhatan County, VA., 1777-1830, Marriage Bonds and Minister's Returns of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1957, Reprinted 1983, 96 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-258-9.

VA 21 $15.00

Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1754-1810, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1950, reprinted 1982, 108 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-263-5.

VA 26 $15.00

Prince George, County, VA., 1666-1719, Vol. 6. By: Lindsay O Duvall, Pub. 1962, Reprinted 2002, 80 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-067-5.

Prince George was created in 1703 from Charles City County and in turn it gave birth to Brunswick and Dinwiddle Counties. Many of the county's records were destroyed by fire during the Revolutionary & Civil Wars. Even though the county was not created until 1703, these records (Land Patents) begin in 1666 when it was part of Charles City and continue on through 1719.

VA  $15.00

(Princess Anne Co.) The Colonial Vestry Book of Lynnhaven Parish, VA., 1723-1786. By: George C. Mason, Reprinted 2004, 162 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-737-8.

The parish of Lynnhaven encompasses the whole county of Princess Anne. Princess Anne County was created from the Eastern third of Lower Norfolk County in 1691. These boundaries ran from the lower reaches of the Chesapeake Bay going South to the North Carolina State line along the Atlantic Ocean. These costal counties were a great source of migration of early pioneers headed West.  These minutes of the vestry contain 5,000 individuals either as Vestry members or as those who had been appointed to procession land of property owners, apprentice young people to others in the parish for training in crafts or livelihoods, binding out young slaves fro training, clothing and feeding and general care and welfare of the poor in their midst.

VA 111 $28.50

Richmond County, Va., 1668-1853, Marriages of.  By: George H.S. King, Pub. 1964, Reprinted 1985, 312 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-579-0.

VA 73  $28.50

Richmond Virginia Newspapers, 1780-1820, Marriages and Deaths from. By: The Virginia Genealogical Society, Pub. 1983, Reprinted 1987, 286 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-619-3.

Since Richmond was the state capital and a center of commerce for a wide area, the marriage and death notices abstracted here frequently refer to persons in other states, and other areas of Virginia. Many of the notices are from the "burned counties" of Virginia. Some of the notices included were news items rather than obituaries or social notes. Many were obviously copied from out-of-town papers of unknown dates and a number of these were apparently included for their humor content or strangeness.  The notices of deaths are in alphabetical order, followed by the marriage notices in alphabetical order by groom. There is a separate index of brides. The newspaper name has been indicated by initials, the key to which is in the introduction.

VA 90 $37.50

Richmond City and Henrico County, VA., 1850 U.S. Census. By: The Virginia Genealogical Society, Pub. 1981, 505 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-267-8.

VA 32 $20.00

Some Russell County, VA., Records, Births and Deaths, 1853-1866.  By: Thomas Colley, Pub. 1996, 192 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-494-8.

VA 96 $30.00

Southampton County, Virginia, 1750-1810, Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1955, Reprinted 1982, 152 pages, maps, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-255-4.

VA 18 $18.50

Surry County, VA., Wills, Estates, Accounts, and Inventories, 1730-1800. By: Lyndon H. Hart III, Pub. 1983, Reprinted 1984, 182 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-325-9.

VA 10 $25.00

Sussex County, VA., 1754-1810, Marriages of. By: Catherine Lindsay Knorr, Pub. 1952, Reprinted 1982, 118 pages, map, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-257-0.

VA 20 $16.00

Washington County, VA., Records, Vol. 34. By: Beverly Fleet, Orig. Pub. 1949, Reprinted 1985, 96 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-392-5.

This book is the marriage register for the years 1782-1810.

VA 76 $15.00

Westmoreland County, VA., Records, Vol. 23. By: Beverly Fleet, Orig. Pub. 1945, Reprinted 1985, 104 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-393-3.

These are abstracts of Deeds, Wills, and Patents for the years 1653-1657.

VA 77 $15.00

York County, VA., Wills, Deeds, and Orders, 1657-1659, Vol. 5. By: Lindsay O. Duvall, Orig. Pub. 1961, Reprinted 1978, 94 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-066-7.

VA 6 $17.50

Annals of Southwest Virginia, 1769-1800. By: Lewis P. Summers, Orig. Pub. 1929, Reprinted 1992 in 2 volumes, 1780 pages, Index, hard cover, ISBN #0-89308-474-3.

In 1769 Augusta County was divided and all territory south of Mary's River was included in the new county of Botetourt. This are was early settled by Scotch, Irish, Dutch, German, Swiss, and some English settlers. The records contained herein are: Botetourt County - minutes of the County Court; first survey of land; marriage licenses; lists of ministers; briefs of deeds and briefs of wills. Fincastle County - minutes of the County Court; first surveys of land; briefs of deeds and wills. Montgomery County - minutes of the County Court; first surveys of land; marriage licenses; briefs of deeds and wills. Washington County - minutes of the County Court; first surveys of land; marriage licenses; briefs of deeds and wills. Wythe County - minutes of the County Court; marriage licenses.  Also contained are Revolutionary soldiers of Southwest Virginia; a list of regiments at the battle of Point Pleasant; French-Indian War Land Grants by Proclamation of the King of England, 1763; Cherokee expedition of 1776; Forts in Southwest VA., and soldiers stationed therein. These set of books contains the names of more than 25,000 persons.

VA 110 $100.00

Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. 1, 1623-1666.  Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. By: Nell Marion Nugent, Orig. Pub. 1934, Reprinted 1992, 767 pages, Index, hard cover..

VB 10 $40.00

Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. 2, 1666-1695.  Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. By: Nell M. Nugent, Orig. Pub. 1986, Reprinted 1992, 609 pages, Index, hard cover.

VB 9 $35.00

Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. 3, 1695-1732.  Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants. By: Nell M. Nugent, Orig. Pub. 1986, Reprinted 1992, 578 pages, Index, hard cover.

VB 8 $35.00

Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666. By: George C. Greer, Orig. Pub. 1912, Reprinted 1998, 376 pages, hard cover.

This list of immigrants to Virginia, who were not original patentees of land, serves as a useful complement to Nugent's Cavaliers and Pioneers. Arranged alphabetically, these 25,000 entries give the name of the immigrant along with the name of the patentee or party acting as sponsor, and the date and place of residence.

BG 146 $35.00

Emigrations to other States from Southside Virginia, Vol. #1.  By: Katherine B. Elliott, Orig. Pub. 1966, Reprinted 1983, 138 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-356-8.

The term "Southside Virginia" is used in these two volumes to include the counties of Amelia, Appomattox, Bedford, Brunswick, Campbell, Charlotte, Dinwiddle, Franklin, Greenville, Halifax, Henry, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Patrick, Pittsylvania, Prince Edward, Prince George, and Sussex. These Southside counties contributed heavily to the settlement of N.C., S.C., GA., TN., and KY.  The records in these volumes are documented from the county court records, and include some notes on more than one generation of some of the listed. Though research has necessarily had to be limited, the compiler has included notes and other records deemed of value in tracing these families.  Besides the states already mentioned into which people from Southside VA. moved, reference is also made to these other states, viz: AR., FL., IL., IN., MS., MO., OH., PA., VA., LA., and N.Y.

VA 63 $25.00

Virginia Company of London, 1607-1624, Vol. 3, The. By: Lindsay O. Duvall and Benerly Fleet, Orig. Pub. 1950, reprinted 1978 & 1983, 118 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-064-0.

VA 4 $17.50

Virginia Colonial Soldiers. By: Lloyd Bockstruck, Pub. 1988, Reprinted 1998, 443 pages, Index, Hard Cover.

Here is a register of Virginias Colonial Soldiers that is not merely a dry catalogue of names and dates but also a "size roll." The military found it necessary to resort to "size" rolls to prevent multiple enlistment's by the same soldier and to apprehended those who deserted. The size rolls published here routinely give the soldier's place of birth, age, residence, occupation, and physical description. Sometimes the enlisted officer recorded his impressions of the soldier.

BG 17 $35.00

Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions. By: The Virginia Genealogical Society, Pub. 1980, Reprinted 1982 & 1992, 192 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-268-9.

Abstracts of some 465 pension records of the soldiers in Virginia. In the majority of these files, the date of death of the soldier or his widow is shown, and the name of the executor or administrator is often given. If the soldier was killed in service, the place or the name of the battle, as well as statement of his wounds, appear. This book contains the names of more than 10,000 individuals.

VA 33 $22.50

Virginia Tax Payers, 1782-1787. By: A.B. Fothergill & J.M. Naugle, Orig. Pub. 1940, Reprinted 1999, 142 pages, Hard Cover.

This is an alphabetically arranged list of about 34,000 Virginia residents whose names were omitted from the first federal census - the reconstructed 1790 census of Virginia. This list was developed from personal property tax lists of 35 separate counties. Along with names of taxpayers, information furnished in this list included the number of slaves owned, and the name of the county in which the taxpayer resided.

BG 63 $32.50

Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800. By: Clayton Torrence, Orig. Pub. 1931, Reprinted 2000, 483 pages, Hard Cover.

This invaluable index, by a distinguished genealogist, list more than 50,000 names of individuals for whom wills and administrations were recorded in the counties of Virginia (colony and state), some of which are now in West Virginia.

BG 43 $35.00