First Families of Virginia - Wikipedia
First Families of Virginia (FFV) were those families in Colonial Virginia who were socially prominent and wealthy, but not necessarily the earliest settlers. They ...
Virginia Genealogy Books: Virginia Families (by Surname)
Books for researchers of Virginia genealogy & history. County & family history selections, general reference and much, much more!
Slavery during the Civil War - Encyclopedia Virginia
Enslaved Population in Virginia. Slavery during the Civil War. Contributed by Jaime Amanda Martinez. Virginia had the largest population of enslaved African ...
Colonial Families of the United States of America - Part I
The History and Register of the Colonial Families of the United States . The First Families of Virginia. First Families of Virginia (FFV) originated ...
Family Life during the Civil War - Encyclopedia Virginia
Virginia Civilians After the Battle of Cedar Mountain. Family Life during the Civil War. Contributed by Amy Murrell Taylor. Family life in Virginia and across the ...
Burke, Virginia - Wikipedia
Burke is a census-designated place (CDP) in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. As of the 2000 census, Burke had a total population of 57,737.
Virginia African Americans Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki
This Wiki page describes research strategies, and major sources of information about African American families from Virginia. As you read this Wiki page, also study ...
Ogle Family of Maryland and Allied Families
note: to all the descendants of the families, historians, schools, universities & museums; i would like to say thank you for the support you have shown me ...
Meet Is Murder - The New York Times
And yet we persist. Meetings must be scratching some kind of itch, if only for fellowship and a reprieve from deskbound loneliness. And what an itch ...
The Nottingham Lots and the Early Quaker Families - Churchman
In celebration of the 300th anniversary of the founding in 1701 of the Nottingham Lots by William Penn and early Quaker settlers of Chester County, PA.