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.
Some Old Families of Clarke County, Virginia - Hay genealogy
Edward Beeson, probably a member of a prominent Berkeley County family. ... Some Old Families of Clarke County, Virginia Author: Damien Aragon Last modified by:
Virginia Genealogy Books: Virginia Families (by Surname)
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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 ...
Virginia History and Research Overview - Family Tree Magazine
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The McClure Family/McClures in Virginia - Wikisource, the ...
J AMES McCLURE, the founder of the family in Augusta county, was born in the north of Ireland about 1690, came to America with his wife, Agnes, and five ...
Exhibitions | University of Virginia Library
University of Virginia Library > Exhibitions. Exhibitions. The Library’s exhibition programs showcase just some of the rare and unique materials available to the ...
Family History Library - Virginia Genealogy
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The Knight Family Jamestown Virginia - Ancestry.com
The First Knights... A census taken 16 Feb 1623/24 (The Complete Books of Emigrants, 1607-1776) shows Richard Knight among the living at Flourdieu Hundred Plantation.