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Virginia Surname Register. A place to find email addresses and/or webpage addresses for researchers of Virginia Surnames.

The 1607 Settlers. Original Settlers (May 14, 1607) at Jamestown, Listed by Occupation.

Jamestown, Virginia - 1624 Census (1033 individuals)

Virginia Vital Records Index : Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940 and Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912. The index is not necessarily complete for any particular place or region.

Virginia Cemetery records Online.

Virginia Death Records Indexing Project : A fully-searchable index to Virginia city and county death registers compiled 1853-1896. This is an on-going project sponsored by the Virginia Genealogical Society. Fifteen cities and counties have been indexed to date. The death registers are available on microfilm.

1835 Federal Pension List for Virginia

A complete index to all Virginia Confederate Soldiers and Widow Pension Applications

Virginia Confederate Soldiers. Surnames : A-B, C-D, E-F, G-I, J-K, L-M, N-Q, R-S, T-Z

Misc. Virginia Marriages by County. Part of the USGenWeb Archives Marriage Project.

Misc. Virginia Marriage Notices from Newspapers from the early 1800's to the 1920's

Documents, Chiefly Unpublished relating to the Hugenot Emigration to Virginia and to the Settlement at Manakin Town. Published by the Virginia Historical Society in 1886. Several lists of names.

Virginians Who Died Outside of Virginia, 1870-1945. Information mostly from obituaries in various Virginia and Washington, D. C. newspapers and transportation death permit indexes of Virginia.

Virginia : Mutual Assurance Society Policies Index 1796-1865

Virginia Historical Inventory Project. An online search engine providing interactive access to photographs, maps, and detailed written reports documenting the architectural, cultural, and family histories of thousands of 18th- and 19th- century buildings in communities across Virginia. This collection was originally assembled by the Virginia Writers' Project, part of the depression-era Works Progress Administration. Report, photograph, and map images are available online.

Alexander Brown's Early Settler's List (Virginia) : This document is a key that Alexander Brown made to some sources that he was using in the late 19th century. It is a partial list of those who settled:
1. in Old Albemarle prior to 1761
2. in Old Amherst prior to 1776…with
3. some of those who served in the French and Indian War from Albemarle and Bedford
4 and an incomplete list of those who served in the Revolutionary War from Old Amherst
5. together with a list of Autographs written prior to 1800.

Virginia Burned Jurisdiction Database. Contains a growing collection of records originally recorded in Virginia's superior or appellate courts that subsequently suffered record losses.

Virginia Historical Newspaper Index Search (1785 - 2000). Search from the following newspaper sources:
- The Fairfax Herald (1886-1973)
- The Fairfax News - Herndon Observer (1925-1943)
- The Alexandria Gazette (1785-1788), (July 25, 1854-December 31, 1855) and (May 3, 1860-December 31, 1862)
- The Arlington County Record (1932-1933)
- The Fairfax County Independent (1929-1932)
- The Fairfax City Times (1961-1968)
- The Fairfax News (1872-1875)
- The Local News (1861-1862)
- The Rambler, Washington Star (1912-1928)
- The Reston Times (1965-March 1970) and (2000)

Revolutionary War Virginia State Pensions : Index to and scanned images of the surviving records that veterans and their widows presented to the county courts to certify their eligibility for pension.

Revolutionary War Warrants The database will point you to the list of Virginia veterans who received military warrants for use in the Kentucky Military District, located south of Green River.

Virginia Revolutionary War Rejected Claims : An index to the documents used to verify dates and length of service of officers, soldiers, and sailors in a Virginia or Continental unit during the Revolutionary War. Individuals whose claims for bounty land were rejected did not have enough accumulated service to qualify for either an initial or an additional bounty land award. Document images are available online.

Revolutionary War Bounty Warrants Database at the Library of Virginia. A fully-searchable index to the documents used to verify dates and length of service of officers, soldiers, and sailors in a Virginia or Continental unit during the Revolutionary War. Accumulated service was used to determine the amount of bounty land awarded to each individual. Document images are available online.

1923 University of Virginia graduates. As listed in the June 13, 1923 Washington Post.

Virginia Archives and Manuscripts Catalog : A catalog of state and local government records, military records, personal papers, family Bible records, genealogical notes and charts, church and cemetery records, business records, maps, and other archival and manuscript material. Some finding aids are available online. Document images for 6,000+ family Bible records are available online.

Virginia Lost Records Localities Database. This database consists of entries for a wide variety of court records found as part of chancery and other locality records-processing projects. The entries are for surviving records from localities, most of whose records are no longer extant.

Dunmore's War (1774) Collection : Payrolls and muster rolls from Dunmore's War which was fought on the Virginia frontier in 1774.

Virginia Military Dead : The database currently contains data on more than 6300 Virginia men and women who died in the following conflicts : Spanish American/Philippine Insurrection, Mexican Border Punitive Expedition, World War I, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, War on Terrorism.

Virginia Mexican War Soldiers

World Descendant Charts Genealogy Web Project. Linked Descendant Charts of Virginia and West Virginia Families and Their ancestors where ever they came from - Their descendants where ever they went covering many countries of the World and most all of the United States

Thomson's Mercantile and Professional Directory, Virginia, 1851

Misc. Virginia Obituaries, 1790-1940

Virginia Cemeteries. Misc. cemetery transcriptions listed by county or city. Part of the USGenWeb Tombstone Transcription Project.

List of Virginia Land Patents signed in April, 1703

Virginia Land Office Patents & Grants/Northern Neck Grants & Surveys - Index to: land patents issued prior to 1779; land grants issued by the Virginia Land Office after 1779; grants issued in the Northern Neck from 1692-1862; and original and recorded Northern Neck surveys. Images for the land patents, Land Office grants, Northern Neck grants, and recorded Northern Neck surveys (1786-1874) are available online. The unrecorded Northern Neck surveys prior to 1782 are available on microfilm

Virginia : Index to War of 1812 Pay Rolls and Muster Rolls : A fully-searchable personal name index to Pay Rolls of Militia Entitled to Land Bounty Under the Act of Congress of Sept. 28, 1850 and its supplement, Muster Rolls of the Virginia Militia in the War of 1812. Approximately 40,000 names are indexed.

Marriage Records at the Library of Virginia : These files index marriage information found in a number of collections and sources at the Library of Virginia. The dates covered vary with each county.

Confederate Navy Collection at the Library of Virginia

Virginia Century Farms. Over 1000 Virginia farms that have been owned by the same family for at least 100 consecutive years and that are lived on or actually farmed by a descendant of the original owner. Listed by locality, includes farm name and owners.

Walloons and French, 1621, Promise of certain "Walloons and French" to emigrate to Virginia.

1790 / 1800 Virginia Tax List Censuses. Reconstructed 1790 and 1800 Federal Censuses.

Virginia Revolutionary War Land Office Military Certificates : A fully-searchable index to military certificates issued by the Virginia Land Office to soldiers and sailors who were entitled to receive bounty land as a result of their Revolutionary War service. The military certificates are available on microfilm.

Alphabetical Rent Roll of Virginia 1704/05

S. Bassett French Biographical Sketches collection. Between 1890 and 1897 and in preparation for an intended biographical dictionary of prominent Virginians of the XIX century, Mr. French compiled biographical information on almost 9,000 men. This collection consists of those handwritten notes.

The 1890 Union Veterans Census for Southwest Virginia Counties

The Library of Virginia WPA Life Histories collection : Approximately 1,350 life histories, social-ethnic studies, and youth studies; more than 50 interviews with former slaves, and a small number of folklore studies, all of which were created by the staff of the Virginia Writers' Project during the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Misc. Virginia Deaths 1897-1912

Miscellaneous Southwest Virginia Land Grants

Virginians Wed in Washington, D. C., 1888-1930

French Refugees in Virginia, 1700

Virginia Colonial Records Project. A fully-searchable index to nearly 15,000 reports that survey and describe documents relating to colonial Virginia history that are housed in repositories in Great Britain and other European countries. The survey report images are available online, and there are references to microfilm reels for the original documents.

World Descendant Charts Genealogy Web Project. Linked Descendant Charts of Virginia and West Virginia Families and Their ancestors where ever they came from - Their descendants where ever they went covering many countries of the World and most all of the United States

Governor's Letters Received, July 1776 to November 1784 (Virginia). A fully-searchable index to the collection of letters and other documents received in the Governor's Office during the terms of office of the first six Virginia governors (1776-1784). The collection, in large part, relates to the conduct of the Revolutionary War. The document images are available online.

Revolutionary War Public Service Claims : Index to documents relating to claims for compensation made by Virginia citizens for materials, supplies, and services provided to the Virginia militia or Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. These documents, consisting of certificates, court booklets and lists, and commissioner's books, are available on microfilm.

Militia Officers in Virginia, June 1699

The Library of Virginia Coat of Arms Index collection : This finding aid indexes 32 published sources containing information and illustrations pertaining to family coats of arms.

Index to Virginia Wills and Administrations : A fully-searchable index to the administrations, inventories, wills, and other documents relating to the estates of individuals as contained in Will Books and Order Books for the period to 1800. This on-going project includes 53 counties and cities.

Index to Virginia Confederate Rosters : A fully-searchable index to the unofficial rosters of soldiers from Virginia who served in the army of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. The rosters were compiled between 1904 and 1918. The Confederate rosters are available on microfilm.

Roster of the 42nd Virginia Infantry Regiment, Confederate States Army

Virginia Family Group Sheets

Early Virginia Religious Petitions Images of 423 petitions submitted to the Virginia legislature between 1774 and 1802 from more than eighty counties and cities.

Virginia Executions 1607-1982 (archived website - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

Virginia : R. Bolling Batte Papers--Biographical Card Files : Robert Bolling Batte compiled an extensive collection of genealogical and historical research notes and files. Part of the collection consists of more than 30,000 index cards containing biographical information compiled from a variety of original and secondary sources.

World War I History Commission Questionnaires Database at the Library of Virginia : A fully-searchable index to questionnaires completed by World War I veterans or their surviving relatives providing personal information and details of each individual's war experience. Questionnaire images are available online.

Germans to Virginia 1714-1738

1890 Veterans Census, Northern Virginia

Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows : Searchable database of pension applications and amended applications filed by resident Virginia Confederate veterans and their widows.

Virginia Confederate Disability Applications : A fully-searchable index to disability applications submitted to the Board of Commissioners on Artificial Limbs by maimed and injured Virginia Confederate soldiers. Application images are available online.

Search Allegheny Regional Family History Society's Web Site. Search for information in The Allegheny Regional Family History Society's on-line database of articles and information or on-line GedCom Files. Covers those counties in northeast West Virginia, southwest Pennsylvania, western Maryland and northwest Virginia.

Free African Americans of colonial North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina

Gordon Aronhime Papers -- Southwest Virginia Card File collection: Focuses on the upper Holston-Clinch River area during the period 1770-1795. General arrangement is alphabetical by last name. There are more than 4,000 entries which, in most cases, indicate birth and death dates, marriage information, children, abstract of will, and other biographical information if available.

Misc. Virginia Records

Miscellaneous Virginia Abstracts

Virginians Wed in North Carolina,1880-1930

Irish Immigrants To 17th century Virginia


  • Accawmack County : now Northampton County


  • Accomack County

    Accomack County Virginia - 1704 Rent Roll

    Accomack County Virginia - 1810 Census

    1860 Accomack County, Virginia Mortality Schedule

    Chataigne's Business Directory for Accomack County, Virginia, 1888-1889


  • Albemarle County

    Albemarle County, Virginia, Declaration of Independence June 21, 1779. About 200 names.

    Albemarle County, Virginia 1785 Census

    Albemarle County, Virginia 1810 Federal Census

    Albemarle County, Virginia Cemeteries

    Chataigne's Virginia Gazetteer and Classified Business Directory : Albemarle County 1888-89

    Albemarle County, Virginia in the Civil War - Company rosters.

    Albemarle County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows

    Albemarle County, Virginia Deaths, 1853-1860

    Albemarle County, Virginia Index to Wills and Administrations, 1748-1800

    Albemarle County, Virginia Surname Register. Surnames registered by researchers with email address.

    Albemarle County, Virginia Road Orders, 1744-1748 (pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.

    Albemarle County, Virginia Road Orders 1783-1816 (A 335 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.


  • Alexandria (City) : see Fairfax County


  • Alexandria County : now Arlington County


  • Alleghany County

    Alleghany County, Virginia 1840 Federal Census

    Alleghany County, Virginia 1850 Federal Census

    Alleghany County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Amelia County

    Amelia County, Virginia - Some Early Marriages (1756 - 1828)

    Amelia County, Virginia Marriage Bonds : 1735-1755, 1756-1830 Part 1, 1756-1830 Part 2, 1756-1830 Part 3, 1756-1830 Part 4, 1756-1830 Part 5

    Amelia County, Virginia Marriages in 1889

    Amelia County, Virginia 1810 Federal Census

    Amelia County, Virginia 1850 Federal Census

    1860 Amelia County Virginia Federal Census Transcription

    Amelia County, Virginia 1860 Federal Census (USGenWeb Project)

    Amelia County, Virginia Cemeteries

    A List of all the Titheables Below Deep Creek in 1736 (Virginia). This is roughly the southern 2/3 of Amelia County. Prior to about 1735, this area was part of Prince George County.

    A List of Former Justices of the Peace in Amelia County, Virginia, 1793.

    Saint John's Methodist Church Cemetery, Amelia County, Virginia

    Rennie Memorial Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Amelia County, Virginia

    Amelia County, Virginia Road Orders 1735-1753 (Large 157 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the road. Name index near the end of the document.


  • Amherst County

    Head of Families, Amherst County, Virginia 1783

    Head of Families, Amherst County, Virginia 1785

    Amherst County, Virginia Cemeteries

    Amherst County, Virginia 1810 Federal Census

    Amherst County, Virginia 1850 Federal Census

    Amherst County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows

    Oronco Church of the Brethern Cemetery, Amherst County, Virginia

    Year 1866 Marriages for Amherst County, Virginia

    Year 1896 Marriages for Amherst County, Virginia

    Amherst County, Virginia Tax List for Lexington Parish/District - 1800


  • Appomattox County

    Appomattox County, Virginia Cemeteries

    Cemetery - Old Concord Presbyterian Church, Appomattox County, Virginia (originally Campbell County)

    Appomattox County, Virginia: Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows

    Appomattox County, Virginia: 1850 Census Index

    Piney Ridge United Methodist Church, Appomattox County, Virginia


  • Arlington County

    Arlington County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls Veterans and Widows

    Arlington County, Virginia Cemeteries

    World War I Draft Registrations for Northern Virginia. Draft registrations from Alexandria, and Arlington and Fairfax Counties. There are 11,075 names included.

    1850 Census Index - Alexandria & Alexandria County, Virginia

    Search The Arlington National Cemetery Website : Unofficial website - partial lists of interments.


  • Augusta County

    1777 Tithable List, Augusta County, Virginia.

    Augusta County, Virginia 1810 Census : Images Online - Index to Images Online

    Augusta County, Virginia 1850 Census

    1860 Augusta County Tax Records Census for Staunton, Virginia

    Augusta County, Virginia and Franklin County, Pennsylvania 1860 and 1870 U.S. Census

    Augusta County, Virginia 1870 Census (partial)

    Augusta County, Virginia Marriages 1700-1799

    Augusta County, Virginia Cemeteries

    Augusta County, Virginia Marriages Extracted from the book Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia (1745-1800) : Brides - Grooms

    Augusta County, Virginia Marriage Book 1 (1799-1917)

    Stafford County, Staunton City (Augusta County), Suffolk City (Nansemond County), Surry County, Sussex County, and Tazewell County, Virginia World War II Deaths

    Augusta County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows

    Excerpts from : Augusta County Court Martial Records 1756-1796 (Virginia)

    The 1936 Recall. The 27th Annual Publication of the Cadet Corps of Augusta Military Academy, Fort Defiance, Augusta County, Virginia.

    Register of Free Blacks, Augusta County, Virginia

    Augusta County, Virginia Road Orders 1745-1769 (280 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.

    Augusta County,Virginia Cemeteries (archived Website : may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond).


  • Barbour County : now in West Virginia


  • Bath County

    Bath County, Virginia 1850 Census

    Bath County, Virginia 1850 Census : Transcription, Index

    Bath County, Virginia 1860 Census Images

    Bath County, Virginia Surname List. Check to see who else is researching your surname.


  • Bedford (City) : see Bedford County


  • Bedford County

    Bedford County, Virginia 1850 Census : Transcript (partial), Index

    Bedford County, Virginia, 1860 Census Images

    Surname Index to the Bedford County, Virginia, 1870 Census

    Chamblissburg District, Bedford County, Virginia 1880 Census : Index Part 1, Index Part 2, Transcript Part 1, Transcript Part 2

    Bedford County, Virginia Cemeteries

    Bedford County, Virginia Marriage Bonds

    Bedford County, Virginia Militia (1758) : Part 1, Part 2

    Bedford County, Virginia - Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows

    Bedford County, Virginia Will Index, 1754 - 1830

    Selected Bedford County, Virginia Marriages

    Bedford County, Virginia Surname Register. Surnames of interest with researchers' email addresses.

    Land Processioners in Bedford County, Virginia, in August 1795.

    St. Thomas Episcopal Church Cemetery, Bedford County, Virginia


  • Berkeley County : now in West Virginia


  • Bland County

    Bland County, Virginia - Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans ans Widows

    Chataigne's Virginia Gazetteer and Classified Business Directory 1888-1889 for Bland County


  • Boone County : now in West Virginia


  • Botetourt County

    Botetourt County, Virginia Miscellaneous Marriages

    Botetourt County, Virginia Index to Wills and Administrations 1769-1800

    Botetourt County, Virginia Cemeteries

    Botetourt County, Virginia 1810 Census

    Botetourt County, Virginia 1830 Census Index

    Botetourt County, Virginia 1840 Census Index

    Botetourt County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows

    Botetourt County, Virginia 1850 Census (partial)

    Botetourt County, Virginia 1930 Census : Heads of Household

    Botetourt County, Virginia Miscellaneous Deeds


  • Bourbon County : now in Kentucky


  • Braxton County : now in West Virginia


  • Bristol (City) : see Washington County


  • Brooke County : now in West Virginia


  • Brunswick County

    Brunswick County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows

    Brunswick County, Virginia Cemeteries

    Brunswick County, Virginia 1748 Poll List

    Brunswick County, Virginia 1800 Poll List

    Brunswick County, Virginia 1810 Federal Census, Meherrin District

    Brunswick County, Virginia 1810 Federal Census, St. Andrews District

    Brunswick County, Virginia 1850 Federal Census

    Brunswick County, Virginia Index to Marriages 1732-1850 (partial)

    Some Brunswick County, Virginia Deaths (1861-1862)

    Abstracts of Early Brunswick County, Virginia Deeds

    Brunswick County, Virginia Deeds

    Brunswick County, Virginia Index to Wills and Administrations, 1733-1800

    1783 Personal Property Tax Lists, Brunswick County, Virginia

    Brunswick County, Virginia Cemeteries and Churches

    Brunswick County, Virginia Road Orders 1732-1749 (A 66 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.


  • Buchanan County

    Buchanan County, Virginia 1860 Census

    Buchanan County, Virginia 1860 Census : Index to Online Census Images, Online Census Images

    Buchanan County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Buckingham County

    Residents Petition to Virginia House of Delegates, 1785 - Buckingham County, Virginia

    Buckingham County, Virginia Marriages As performed by Rev. Rene Chastain, Jr 1786-1793

    Buckingham County, Virginia 1820 Federal Census Index

    Buckingham County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows

    Buckingham County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Buena Vista (City) : see Rockbridge County


  • Cabell County : now in West Virginia


  • Calhoun County : now in West Virginia


  • Campbell County

    1785 Campbell County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List

    Index to Campbell County, Virginia 1850 Census

    Lynchburg, VA Old City Cemetery Records of Burial and Scattering.


  • Caroline County

    Caroline County, Virginia 1810 Census

    Caroline County, Virginia 1820 Census

    Caroline County, Virginia 1830 Census

    Caroline County, Virginia 1850 Census

    Caroline County, Virginia 1860 Census

    French and Indian War Soldiers from Caroline County, Virginia

    Revolutionary War Soldiers from Caroline County, Virginia

    Caroline County, Virginia Soldiers Who Fought in World War I


  • Carroll County

    Carroll County, Virginia Genealogical Index. Names found in the Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers, along with the 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 census listings (work in progress.)

    Carroll County, Virginia Confederate Pension Payments 1911-1926

    Carroll County, Virginia Men who Died in the Civil War (partial) From Newspaper Articles.

    Carroll County, Virginia Deaths 1855-1896

    1909 Carroll County, Virginia Confederate Pension List


  • Charles City County

    Old Tombstones in Charles City County, Virginia


  • Charles River County : now York County


  • Charlotte County

    Charlotte County, Virginia 1810 Census

    Charlotte County, Virginia 1870 Census Index and Images Online

    Village Presbyterian Church Members 1825-1858, Charlotte County, Virginia

    Charlotte County, Virginia Grave Sites

    Misc. Charlotte County, Virginia Deeds 1766-1856


  • Charlottesville (City) : see Albemarle County


  • Chesapeake (City) : see Norfolk County


  • Chesterfield County

    Ettrick Cemetery, Chesterfield County, Virginia

    Chesterfield County, Virginia 1850 Census

    Chesterfield County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List 1786-1811


  • Clarke County

    Clarke County Cemeteries


  • Clay County : now in West Virginia


  • Clifton Forge (City) : see Alleghany County


  • Colonial Heights (City) : see Chesterfield County


  • Covington (City) : see Alleghany County


  • Craig County

    Craig County, Virginia 1860 Census


  • Culpeper County

    Culpeper County, Virginia Classes : In 1780-1781, the Legislature passed "An act for recruiting this state's quota of troops to serve in the Continental Army." The act further called for the county militia to be divided into equal units, or classes, and one man to be chosen by lot to serve 'during the war, or for the term of three years'. If the quota was not thus recruited, one man was to be drafted from each class. Culpeper County was responsible for furnishing 106 men. This collection lists all the men in each class and the individual drafted from each. In some cases a trade or physical description of the draftee is given.

    Stevensburg Baptist Church Cemetery, Stevensburg, Culpeper County, Virginia

    Culpeper County, Virginia 1850 Mortality Schedule : Persons who died during the year ending 1st June 1850.

    Culpeper County, Virginia Road Orders 1763-1764 (pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.


  • Cumberland County

    Cumberland County, Virginia 1810 Census

    Cumberland County, Virginia 1820 Census : Surnames A-L, Surnames M-Z

    Cumberland County, Virginia Poll List, 1804

    Early Cumberland County, Virginia Marriages. Brides : Surnames A-B, C-D, E-G, H-J, K-N, O-R, S-Z
    Grooms : Surnames A-B, C-D, E-G, H-J, K-N, O-S, T-Z

    Cumberland County, Virginia Marriages 1748-1759

    Cumberland County, Virginia Marriages 1760-1769

    Cumberland County, Virginia Marriages 1780-1789

    Cumberland County, Virginia Marriages 1790-1799


  • Danville (City) : see Pittsylvania County


  • Dickenson County

    Misc. Dickenson County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Dinwiddie County

    Misc. Dinwiddie County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Doddridge County : now in West Virginia


  • Dunmore County : now Shenandoah County


  • Emporia (City) : see Greensville County


  • Essex County

    Essex County, Virginia Surname Register : Essex County surnames and the person researching the family.


  • Fairfax (City) : see Fairfax County


  • Fairfax County

    "The Senior Class:" Index to Yearbooks from Alexandria (VA) High Schools, 1919-1951

    Index to Naturalization Petitions, Alexandria, Virginia, 1909-1929

    African American Voters in Alexandria, Virginia 1902-1954

    World War I Draft Registrations for Northern Virginia. Draft registrations from Alexandria, and Arlington and Fairfax Counties. There are 11,075 names included.

    Christ Church Marriage Records, Alexandria, Virginia 1828 - 1849

    Obituary Index to the Alexandria Gazette, 1916-1946 (Virginia)

    1850 Census Index - Alexandria & Alexandria County, Virginia

    Fairfax County, Virginia Road Orders 1749-1800 (Large 326 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the road. Name index on pages 194 to 222.

    Civil War Era Burials - Alexandria National Cemetery. Index to 3600 Federal burials.


  • Falls Church (City) : see Fairfax County


  • Fauquier County

    Petersburg, Virginia Public Library Newspaper Index 1797-1877


  • Fayette County (1) : now in Kentucky


  • Fayette County (2) : now in West Virginia


  • Fincastle County (extinct, 1772-1776) : see Montgomery County (Virginia), Washington County (Virginia), and the state of Kentucky


  • Floyd County

    1831 Floyd County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List

    Floyd County, Virginia 1840 Census

    Floyd County, Virginia 1860 Census

    1890 Floyd County, Virginia Census. The actual 1890 Floyd Co., Virgina Census was among those destroyed in the fire/flood in Washington. Fortunately, an abreviated copy was made before the original was sent off & it can be found in the Floyd Co., Virginia Court House.

    Floyd County, Virginia 1900 Census Index

    Floyd County, Virginia 1900 Census (partial)

    1910 Floyd County, Virginia Federal Census

    Surnames of Families of Floyd County, Virginia

    Misc. Virginia Cemeteries. Mainly Floyd, Montgomery, Pulaski Counties.

    Floyd County, Virginia Births 1853-1855, 1858, 1864-1868

    Misc. Floyd County, Virginia Marriages

    Floyd County, Virginia Deaths 1853, 1862

    Descriptive List of Persons Convicted of Felony and Other Infamous Offenses in the County of Floyd, Virginia 1871-1943

    Floyd County, Virginia Will Book I Abstracts, 1832-1852


  • Fluvanna County

    Fluvanna County, Virginia Surname Index. Surnames and researchers email contact information.

    Upper Beaver Dam Church First Minutes Book, Fluvanna County, Virginia (beginning 1831)

    Virginia, Fluvanna County Colbert Funeral Home Records 1929-1976. Browsable but not searchable.


  • Franklin (City) : see Southampton County


  • Franklin County

    The 1786 Franklin County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List

    Records of Interments, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg (Franklin County), Virginia 1843-1847

    Miscellaneous Headstone Inscriptions, Blandford Cemetery, Petersburg (Franklin County), Virginia

    Poplar Grove National Cemetery Burial Register, City of Petersburg, Virginia : Database Search.

    Virginia Deaths in World War II : Franklin County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Giles County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Greene County, Greensville County.


  • Frederick County

    Virginia Deaths in World War II : Franklin County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Giles County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Greene County, Greensville County.

    Frederick County, Virginia Tax and Fee Records

    Frederick County, Virginia marriages in 1855

    Frederick County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Fredericksburg (City)

    List of Taxable Property for the District of Adam Darby Commissioner Fredericksburg, Virginia 1804

    City of Fredericksburg, Virginia : Personal Property Tax List for 1815

    Index to The Democratic Recorder 1842-1861, published in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Issues were scanned for items deemed of value to the local historian and genealogist.

    Land Advertisements in the Virginia Herald : 1788-1806 - 1807-1817

    Virginia Herald 1787-1876 Name-Event Index

    Grantor index for the City of Fredericksburg, Virginia from 1727 to 1920

    The Fredericksburg News Index 1847-1861 and 1873-1884 (Virginia).

    Index to the Weekly Advertiser, Fredericksburg, Virginia 1853-1860. The issues were scanned for items of Fredericksburg area persons and events. Each entry consists of essentially three parts: Name, Reason for being, and Publication date.

    Index to The Free Lance newspaper, 1885-1900 Published in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

    Robert Hodge Index to The Free Lance Star, 1926-1928 Fredericksburg, Virginia. The newspaper issues were scanned for items deemed of value to the local historian and genealogist.

    Fredericksburg, Virginia City Directory, 1892

    Fredericksburg, Virginia City Directory 1910-11

    Fredericksburg, Virginia City Directory 1921

    Fredericksburg, Virginia City Directory 1938

    Hodge Index to the Weekly Recorder: The Weekly Recorder newspaper was published semi-weekly from 1844 to 1847 in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

    Index to the Virginia Star, Fredericksburg Star, and Daily Star, 1877-1926. Published in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

    Index to the Fredericksburg Ledger, 1865-1874 : The issues of this Virginia newspaper were scanned for items deemed of value to the local historian and genealogist.

    Index to the New Era newspaper 1865 and 1866. Published in Fredericksburg, Virginia

    Chataigne's Fredericksburg and Falmouth City Directories 1888-1889 (Virginia) (Large file. Will take a while to load.)

    Fredericksburg, Virginia, Marriage Records Index 1782-1957 : Grooms - Brides

    Virginia Deaths in World War II : Franklin County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Giles County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Greene County, Greensville County.

    City of Fredericksburg, Virginia : Personal Property Tax List for 1798

    City of Fredericksburg, Virginia : Personal Property Tax List for 1813

    Index to Pre-1914 court papers located in the Circuit Court for the City of Fredericksburg, Virginia

    Index to the Political Arena Newspaper 1827-1838. Published in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

    Index to the Christian Banner newspaper, 1850, and 1862. Published in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

    Index to the Virginia Herald 1787 to 1876. Published in Fredericksburg, Virginia.


  • Galax (City) : see Grayson County


  • Giles County

    Giles County, Virginia Military records

    Virginia Deaths in World War II : Franklin County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Giles County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Greene County, Greensville County.

    Giles County, Virginia Surname Researchers

    Giles County, Virginia Marriages 1880


  • Gilmer County : now in West Virginia


  • Gloucester County

    Gloucester County, Virginia Revolutionary War Roster, Surnames : A-D, E-H, J-M, N-R, S-Y

    Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia Heads of Families in 1784

    Index To Gloucester County, Virginia Surveyor's Book 1733 - 1806

    Index To Gloucester County, Virginia Surveyor's Book 1817 - 1849. Surnames : A-D, E-H, I-M, N-R, S-V, W-Z

    Freedmen's Bureau Marriage Records : Report of Marriages performed in Gloucester County, Virginia (undated)

    Virginia Deaths in World War II : Franklin County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Giles County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Greene County, Greensville County.

    Kingston Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia Heads of Families in 1784

    Petsworth Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia Heads of Families in 1784

    Ware Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia Heads of Families in 1784

    Gloucester County, Virginia : Chataigne's Virginia Directory and Business Register 1888-1889

    Lower Gloucester County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Goochland County

    Marriage Bonds in Goochland County, Virginia 1730-1789: Brides - Grooms

    Marriage Register of St. James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia 1751-1795

    Virginia Deaths in World War II : Franklin County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Giles County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Greene County, Greensville County.

    Goochland County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List 1782-1809

    Goochland County, Virginia Road Orders, 1728-1744 (A 93 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.

    1909 Goochland County, Virginia Confederate Pension List


  • Grayson County

    Grayson County, Virginia Birth Records 1853 to 1879

    Grayson County, Virginia Birth Records 1884 to 1888

    Grayson County, Virginia Death Records 1870 to 1896

    Grayson County, Virginia Census Information

    1860 Grayson County, Virginia Agriculture Census

    Grayson County, Virginia Military Records

    Grayson County, Virginia Deaths in World War II

    Jones Funeral Parlor Galax, Grayson County, Virginia Record of Deaths and Coffins Bought 1905-1936

    Cemeteries in Grayson County, Virginia

    Grayson County, Virginia Postmasters to 1971

    Chataigne's Virginia Gazetteer and Classified Business Directory 1888-1889 for Grayson County

    Hill's Virginia Gazetteer and Classified Business Directory 1911 for Grayson County

    Grayson County, Virginia Marriages 1793-1836

    Land Records of Grayson County, Virginia

    Grayson County, Virginia Wills 1793- 1849

    Grayson County, Virginia Tax and Property Documents

    Grayson County, Virginia Slaveholders 1800-1860

    Grayson County, Virginia Court Records


  • Greenbrier County : now in West Virginia


  • Greene County

    Virginia Deaths in World War II : Franklin County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Giles County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Greene County, Greensville County.


  • Greensville County

    Greensville County, Virginia 1900 Census Images

    Greensville County, Virginia 1910 Census Images

    Greensville County, Virginia 1920 Census Images

    Virginia Deaths in World War II : Franklin County, Frederick County, Fredericksburg City, Giles County, Gloucester County, Goochland County, Greene County, Greensville County.


  • Halifax County

    1782 Halifax County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List

    Halifax County, Virginia Death Records 1853-1870

    Halifax County, Virginia Cemeteries

    Halifax County, Virginia War Deaths : From Revolutionary War to Persian Gulf War (1991).


  • Hampshire County : now in West Virginia


  • Hampton (City) : see Elizabeth City County


  • Hancock County : now in West Virginia


  • Hanover County

    New Kent County and Hanover County Road Orders 1706-1743 (Virginia) (pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the road. Name index near the end of the document.

    Cemeteries of Hanover County, Virginia

    Cold Harbor National Cemetery Inscriptions (Mechanicsville, Hanover County).


  • Hardy County : now in West Virginia


  • Harrison County : now in West Virginia


  • Harrisonburg (City) : see Rockingham County


  • Henrico County

    Victims of the Richmond Theater Fire, December 26, 1811.

    Mutual Assurance Society (Richmond and Henrico County, Virginia Policies) This finding aid indexes policies issued by the Mutual Assurance Society between 1796 and 1867 for buildings in Richmond and Henrico County. (Accession 30177) Individual policies (declarations) and revaluations are indexed.

    Henrico County, Virginia Marriage Bonds Index 1781-1831 : Grooms - Brides (surnames A and B only)

    Manchester City, Virginia marriages in 1874

    Robertson Hospital, Richmond, Virginia Civil War Records : 1331 records. You may either search by the soldier's last name and/or by the regiment that he served in.

    Manchester City, Virginia Deaths 1886-1896

    Manchester City, Virginia Deaths, 1891

    Georgia Civil War Dead buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.

    Some Richmond City, Virginia Deaths, 1879 & 1887

    Letters to Santa Claus published in The News Leader of Richmond, Virginia in 1910 and 1912

    Forest Lawn Cemetery interments, Henrico County, Virginia

    Richmond National Cemetery Inscriptions

    Glendale National Cemetery Inscriptions, Richmond, Virginia.

    Fort Harrison National Cemetery Inscriptions, Richmond, Virginia.

    Seven Pines National Cemetery Inscriptions, Standston, Virginia.


  • Henry County

    1909 Henry County, Virginia Confederate Pension List

    Henry County, Virginia Surnames Register Including City of Martinsville. Find others working on your family surnames.

    Partial Index Of Death, Obituary and Funeral Notices that have appeared since 9-2-1998 on the Martinsville Bulletin website (Henry County, Virginia)


  • Highland County

    Outline Sketch of Pioneer and Sub-Pioneer families of Highland County, Virginia

    Highland County, Virginia soldiers in the Revolutionary War

    Highland County, Virginia Soldiers in the War of 1812

    Land Holdings in Highland County, Virginia around the time of the Revolution

    Highland County, Virginia Householders in 1848

    Genealogies of Pioneer Families of Highland County, Virginia


  • Hopewell (City) : see Prince George County


  • Illinois County (1778-1782) : This county included the territory that now constitutes the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin, as well as a small part of Minnesota.


  • Isle of Wight County

    Assessors Books for 1778 from Isle of Wight County


  • Jackson County : now in West Virginia


  • James City County

    City of Williamsburg (James City County), Virginia 1783 Tax List


  • Jefferson County (1) : now in Kentucky


  • Jefferson County (2) : now in West Virginia


  • Kanawha County : now in West Virginia


  • Kentucky County : now the State of Kentucky


  • King and Queen County

    King and Queen County, Virginia 1850 Census (partial)


  • King George County

    King George County, Virginia Register of Free Persons, 1785-1799


  • King William County

    King William County, Virginia 1850 Census Index : Surnames only.


  • Lancaster County

    Lancaster County, Virginia - 1716 Tithables


  • Lee County

    Lee County, Virginia 1850 Federal Census (US Census Project)

    Lee County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Lewis County : now in West Virginia


  • Lexington (City) : see Rockbridge County


  • Lincoln County : now in Kentucky


  • Logan County : now in West Virginia


  • Loudon County

    Loudon County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Louisa County

    Louisa County, Virginia Road Orders, 1742-1748 (pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.


  • Lunenburg County

    Lunenberg County, Virginia Road Orders 1746-1764 (pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.

    Misc. Marriage Bonds - Lunenburg County, Virginia


  • Lynchburg (City)

    Lynchburg, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Madison County (1) : now in Kentucky


  • Madison County (2)

    Madison County, Virginia 1850 Census


  • Manassas (City) and Manassas Park (City) : see Prince William County


  • Manchester (City) : see Henrico County


  • Marion County : now in West Virginia


  • Marshall County : now in West Virginia


  • Martinsville (City) : see Henry County


  • Mason County (1) : now in Kentucky


  • Mason County (2) : now in West Virginia


  • Martinsville (City) : see Henry County


  • Mathews County

    Mathews County, Virginia : Some extracts from the Register of Kingston Parish 1751-1778


  • McDowell County : now in West Virginia


  • Mecklenburg County

    Mecklenburg County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows


  • Mercer County (1) : now in Kentucky


  • Mercer County (2) : now in West Virginia


  • Middlesex County

    Middlesex County, Virginia 1830 Federal Census


  • Monongalia County : now in West Virginia


  • Monroe County : now in West Virginia


  • Montgomery County

    Misc. Virginia Cemeteries. Mainly Floyd, Montgomery, Pulaski Counties.


  • Morgan County : now in West Virginia


  • Mount Pleasant County

    Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Roanoke County, Virginia


  • Nansemond County

    Stafford County, Staunton City (Augusta County), Suffolk City (Nansemond County), Surry County, Sussex County, and Tazewell County, Virginia World War II Deaths


  • Nelson County (1) : now in Kentucky


  • Nelson County (2)

    1850 Nelson County, Virginia Census

    1860 Nelson County, Virginia Census


  • New Kent County

    New Kent County and Hanover County Road Orders 1706-1743 (Virginia) (pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the road. Name index near the end of the document.


  • Newport News (City) : see Warwick County


  • Nicholas County : now in West Virginia


  • Norfolk (City) : see Norfolk County


  • Norfolk County

    City of Chesapeake Cemeteries

    Old Norfolk, Virginia News. Historic Newspapers Online for Genealogical & Historical Research.


  • Northampton County

    Hungars Parish Records for 1660-1661: Northampton County, Virginia


  • Northumberland County

    Inscriptions on Old Tombstones in Westmoreland and Northumberland Counties, Virginia


  • Norton (City) : see Wise County


  • Nottoway County

    Nottoway County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows


  • Ohio County : now in West Virginia


  • Orange County

    Orange County, Virginia Road Orders 1734-1749 (A large 218 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.

    Orange County, Virginia Road Orders 1750-1800 (Large 344 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.


  • Page County

    Jollett Hollow Cemetery, Page County, Virginia


  • Patrick County

    Patrick County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Pendleton County : now in West Virginia


  • Petersburg (City) : see Franklin County


  • Pittsylvania County

    City of Danville Cemeteries


  • Pleasants County : now in West Virginia


  • Pocahontas County : now in West Virginia


  • Poquoson (City) : see York County


  • Portsmouth (City) : see Norfolk County


  • Powhatan County

    Powhatan County, Virginia 1783 Tax List


  • Preston County : now in West Virginia


  • Prince Edward County

    1860 Prince Edward County Virginia Federal Census Transcription


  • Prince George County

    A List of all the Titheables Below Deep Creek in 1736 (Virginia). This is roughly the southern 2/3 of Amelia County. Prior to about 1735, this area was part of Prince George County.

    City Point National Cemetery Inscriptions, Hopewell, Virginia.


  • Prince William County

    Prince William County, Virginia 1810 Census


  • Princess Anne County

    Virginia Beach Cemeteries


  • Pulaski County

    Misc. Virginia Cemeteries. Mainly Floyd, Montgomery, Pulaski Counties.


  • Putnam County : now in West Virginia


  • Radford (City) : see Montgomery County


  • Raleigh County : now in West Virginia


  • Randolph County : now in West Virginia


  • Rappahannock County

    1850 Mortality Schedule Rappahannock County, Virginia. Persons who died during the year ending 1st June 1850.


  • Richmond (City) : see Henrico County


  • Richmond County

    Henley Marriage and Obituary Index : A fully-searchable personal name index to more than 45,000 marriage and obituary notices published primarily in Richmond, Virginia area newspapers between 1780 and 1876. The index was compiled by Bernard J. Henley (1909-1989), former librarian at the Richmond Public Library. The index contains references to newspapers available on microfilm.

    L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Database : This database displays names and death dates of the clientele of the L. T. Christian Funeral Home in Richmond, Virginia, owned by L. T. Christian (1853-1935) and later his son L. T. Christian, Jr. (1893-1975).

    Marriage Index: Richmond Enquirer 1804-1860, Richmond Visitor 1809-1810

    Obituary Index: Richmond Enquirer 1804-1860, Richmond Visitor 1809-1810

    Mutual Assurance Society (Richmond and Henrico County, Virginia Policies) This finding aid indexes policies issued by the Mutual Assurance Society between 1796 and 1867 for buildings in Richmond and Henrico County. (Accession 30177) Individual policies (declarations) and revaluations are indexed.


  • Ritchie County : now in West Virginia


  • Roane County : now in West Virginia


  • Roanoke County and City

    Roanoke County Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows


  • Rockbridge County

    Rockbridge County, Virginia Cemeteries


  • Rockingham County

    Rockingham County, Virginia Marriages 1807-1825 : Brides - Grooms


  • Russell County

    Russell County, Virginia 1860 Census


  • Salem (City) : see Roanoke County


  • Scott County

    Scott County,Virginia Cemeteries


  • Shenandoah County

    A List Of Confederate Soldiers Buried In Our Soldiers Cemetery Mount Jackson, Shenandoah County, Virginia


  • Smyth County

    Smyth County, Virginia 1850 Federal Census.


  • Southampton County

    Southampton County, Virginia 1820 Census - partial

    Southampton County, Virginia 1880 Federal Census : Online Images, Index to Online Images


  • South Boston (City) : see Halifax County


  • Spotsylvania County

    Free Inhabitants in Fredericksburg, in the County of Spotsylvania, State of Virginia, 1860

    Slave Inhabitants in Fredericksburg, in the County of Spotsylvania, State of Virginia, 1860

    Spotsylvania County, Virginia Road Orders 1722-1734 (A 130 page pdf document). Includes the names of all the able-bodied men (the "Labouring Male Tithables") living on or near the roads. Name index near the end of the document.


  • Stafford County

    Chataigne's Fredericksburg and Falmouth City Directories 1888-1889 (Virginia) (Large file. Will take a while to load.)

    Stafford County, Staunton City (Augusta County), Suffolk City (Nansemond County), Surry County, Sussex County, and Tazewell County, Virginia World War II Deaths


  • Staunton (City) : see Augusta County


  • Suffolk (City) : see Nansemond County


  • Surry County

    Stafford County, Staunton City (Augusta County), Suffolk City (Nansemond County), Surry County, Sussex County, and Tazewell County, Virginia World War II Deaths


  • Sussex County

    Stafford County, Staunton City (Augusta County), Suffolk City (Nansemond County), Surry County, Sussex County, and Tazewell County, Virginia World War II Deaths


  • Taylor County : now in West Virginia


  • Tazewell County

    Virginia : Tazewell County Public Library Photographs. Photographs originally published in a series of volumes by the Tazewell County Historical Society. Subjects include civic, agricultural, commercial, industrial, educational, social, and religious topics. The nearly 3,900 photographs taken between the late 19th century and the 1960s also include many individuals, families, and groups.

    The 1802 Tazewell County, Virginia Personal Property Tax List

    1820 Federal Census, Tazewell County, Virginia

    Land Grant Abstracts - Tazewell Co. Virginia

    Tazewell Co., Virginia Birth Index

    Tazewell County, Virginia Marriage Records

    Chataigne's Virginia Gazetteer and Business Directory 1888-89 -- Tazewell County

    Stafford County, Staunton City (Augusta County), Suffolk City (Nansemond County), Surry County, Sussex County, and Tazewell County, Virginia World War II Deaths


  • Tucker County : now in West Virginia


  • Tylor County : now in West Virginia


  • Upshur County : now in West Virginia


  • Virginia Beach (City) : see Princess Anne County


  • Warren County

    Warren County, Virginia 1850 Census


  • Warwick County

    Warwick County, Virginia 1850 Census


  • Washington County

    Washington County, Virginia 1860 Federal Census : Index to Images Online - Images Online

    Washington County, Virginia 1870 Census (partial)

    Bristol Herald Courier Obituaries Oct. 1 to Dec. 12 1999, Bristol City, Virginia

    Bristol Herald Courier Obituaries, Bristol City, Virginia. From May 6, 2000 to July 5, 2000 and from Nov 26, 2000 to Dec 31, 2000.

    Bristol Herald Courier Obituaries, Bristol City, Virginia. From Jan 1, 2001 to Mar 31, 2001.

    Bristol Herald Courier Obituaries, December 2002 (partial), Bristol City, Virginia


  • Wayne County : now in West Virginia


  • Waynesboro (City) : see Augusta County


  • Webster County : now in West Virginia


  • Westmoreland County

    Westmoreland County, Virginia Early Marriages

    Inscriptions on Old Tombstones in Westmoreland and Northumberland Counties, Virginia


  • Wetzel County : now in West Virginia


  • Williamsburg (City) : see James City County


  • Winchester (City) : see Frederick County


  • Wirt County : now in West Virginia


  • Wise County

    Wise County, Virginia, 1860 Census

    Wise County, Virginia Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows


  • Wood County : now in West Virginia


  • Woodford County : now in Kentucky


  • Wyoming County : now in West Virginia


  • Wythe County

    Wythe County, Virginia 1850 Census (partial)


  • Yohogania County : now Allegheny, Westmoreland, Washington, Fayette and Beaver Counties, Pennsylvania.


  • York County

    Misc. York County, Virginia Marriages 1772-1887

    York County, Virginia Probate Inventories. The online archive of probate inventories includes transcripts of a large selection of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century inventories. The collection includes probates from across York County, which in the colonial period encompassed the northern half of the city of Williamsburg as well as Yorktown and the surrounding areas.


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