Virginia, Prominent Families, Vol. 1-4 - Ancestry.com
This database, a compiled biography of prominent families from the state of Virginia, lists thousands of individuals, including their vital information and background.
First Families of Virginia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
First Families of Virginia (FFV) were those families in Colonial Virginia who were European, socially prominent and wealthy, but not necessarily the earliest settlers.
Harrison family of Virginia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Harrison family is a prominent political family in U.S. history. Most famously, this family produced numerous Governors of Virginia (serving during both the ...
Faulkner at Virginia: Introduction and Contexts
Faulkner at Virginia: An Introduction. In December, 1957, getting ready to begin his second Spring semester at the University of Virginia, Faulkner joked in a letter ...
Early Northern Neck Prominent Citizens - A Milam Family ...
First Settlers of the Northern Neck of Virginia. In the late 1640s many leaders of Maryland's Civil War fled south across the Potomac River to settle on the Northern ...
Encyclopedia Virginia: Family Life During the Civil War
Virginia Civilians After a Battle. Family Life During the Civil War. Contributed by Amy Murrell Taylor. Family life in Virginia and across the South suffered ...
Virginia Genealogy & Virginia Family History Resources ...
Search > USA > Virginia Virginia. Welcome to our Virginia family history research page. Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help ...
Booth Family Research in Virginia - The Seibel Family
Booth Research Abstracted by Vicky Seibel. State of Virginia. General Virginia Wills and Administrations 1632-1800, an Index compiled by Clayton Torrence.
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