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If you have material that you would be willing to share, or know of books available on Appomattox County, please send an email to: Carol A Morrison.
Lookup Offers

1850 Census, Appomattox County - Contact County-Coordinator, Carol A. Morrison.

Death Records, Appomattox County, 1853-1896 - Contact County-Coordinator, Carol A. Morrison.  NOTE: These Death Records are not indexed so it would be helpful if you know the year of death (or approximate).

Books
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John Schunk; S-K Publications; PO Box 8173; Wichita KS 67208

Email to: skpub@fn.net
Order online at http://www.fn.net/~skpub/census.html
Call 316-685-3201
Fax 316-685-6650
These are not transcribed census records, they are printed copies of the microfilm.
1850 Census, $25.00

Publications Division; The Library of Virginia; Eleventh Street at Capitol Square; Richmond, VA 23219-3491

Parish Lines: Diocese of Southern Virginia; Charles Francis Cocke, 1964, rpt 1996, $15.00
Other Books and publications, available through Family History Centers
  • Tombstone inscriptions from graveyards around Altavista, Virginia, in Campbell, Bedford, Pittsylvania and Appomattox counties collected by Fauntleroy, Juliet (Contains tombstone inscriptions from 60 cemeteries, covering ca. 1750-1935.)
  • Tombstone inscriptions of the Hunter-Marshall family cemetery, Appomattox County, Virginia by Nowery, Sharon Lee (Contains inscriptions for the Hunter and Marshall families and also for the allied families of Chilton, Coleman, Fields, Ford, and Howerton).
  • Register of Old Concord Presbyterian Church, Appomattox County, Virginia, 1826-1878 : baptism 1826-1876, membership 1826-1878, obituary 1829- 1854, transcribed and edited by Harriett A. Chilton and Mitzi Chilton Wilkerson
  • History of Salem United Methodist church, Appomattox County, Virginia, 1837-1984, by  Chilton, Harriett A.
  • History of Wesley Chapel Methodist Church, 1828-1939 by Chilton, Harriett A
  • Petitions to form Appomattox County, Virginia, from Buckingham, Campbell, Charlotte and Prince Edward counties, 1825-1845, by Harriett A. Chilton.
  • Appomattox County, Virginia during the War Between the States, by Chilton, Harriett A
  • The battles of Appomattox Station and Appomattox Court House, April 8-9, 1865, by Calkins, Chris M.
  • Biography of Wilmer McLean by Cauble, Frank P
  • The final bivouac : the surrender parade at Appomattox and the disbanding of the armies, April 10-May 20, 1865, by Calkins, Chris M
  • Roster of the Appomattox Reserves : Company I of the Third Virginia Reserves, Confederate States of America, 1864-1865 by Chilton, Harriett A
  • The Appomattox paroles, April 9-15, 1865 Nine, William G
  • C. H. Chilton's Union Academy records, 1860-1874 by Chilton, Harriett A
  • Some Appomattox County, Virginia school attendance rolls, 1907 through 1913, by Chilton, Harriett A.
  • Appomattox County, Virginia tax lists, 1845 Chilton, Harriett A
  • Land tax lists, 1845-1863 Virginia, Commissioner of the Revenue
  • Personal property tax lists, 1845-1863 Appomattox County (Virginia), Commissioner of the Revenue
  • Appomattox County marriages, 1854-1890 by Jamerson, Vicki

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