We must be grateful to the wonderful men and women who have sacrificed, their time and energy to the writing of these wonderful works on Fauquier County. First and foremost is the incomparable John Gottof The Fauquier County, Virginia Heritage Society. We all own a debt of gratitude to Mr. John Gott. Thanks for EVERYTHING!
Other authors include (in alphabetical order):Nancy Chapplear Baird, Anne Evans, Harry C Groome, Clara S. McCarty, Lee Moffett, Emily G. Ramey, and P.A.L. Smith.
For a complete listing of all books on Fauquier County, Virginia
Please Send information on other books and authors, we do not want to leave anyone out. Larry Francis
Fauquier During the Proprietorship, A Chronicle of the Colonization and Organization
of a Northern Neck County. - Harry C. Groome. An important collection of early records of Fauquier County, Virginia,
this work consists, in the main, of abstracts of land grants and patents for land from 1606 to 1800, Genealogists will delight in Groome's extensive footnotes identifying many of the early settlers of the
Norther Neck and their families. 255 pp., map, indexed, cloth (1927) repr. 1989.
Fauquier County, Virginia 1759-1959 Fauquier County Bicentennial Committe, Warrenton, Virginia 1959.
Fauquier Families 1759-1799 Comprehensive Indexed abstracts of Tax and Tithable Lists, Marriage Bonds, Minute, Deed, and Will Books and Others by John P. Alcock. Available through Iberian Publishing Company -548 Cedar Creek Drive Athens, Georgia 30605-3408
The Year of Anguish Fauquier County, Virginia 1861-1865
by Emily G. Ramey and John K. Gott Co-Chairman Copyright 1965 All rights
Boyhood memories of Fauquier by P.A.L. Smith (annotation, indexing and reprinting by A. Maxim Coppage, Concord, Ca 1979 Owensboro, Kentucky. 68 pages., Reprint of original published Richmond, Virginia Old Dominion Press 1926. Spine Title: "Fauquier County Memories"
The Foothills of the Blue Ridge in Fauquier County, Virginia, Author. Clara S. McCarty, (Warrenton, Va:Fauquier Democrat, 1974). WLU Rare F232.F3.
Journals of Amanda Virginia Edmonds: lass of the Mosby Confederacy, 1859-1867 edited by Nancy Chappelear Baird, Delaplane, Virginia: N.C. Baird, Stephens City, Virginia, Commercial Press. 282 pages.
The Diary of Court House Square: Warrenton, Virginia U.S.A. From Early Times Through 1986, with 1987-1995 Reflections, Revised Edition - Lee Moffett. The history set forth in this valuable text begins in the 1600's with the region's native inhabitants and European settlers, and chronicales events through the recents years - a gold mine of information about Court House Square in Warrenton, Virginia.$23.00 #M522.
High In Old Virginia's Piedmont - A History of Marshall (formerly Salem), Fauquier County, Virginia. pp.216. John K. Gott $12.95
Maps and Notes Of Upper Fauquier County, Virginia by B. Curtis Chappelear, Esq. The Warrenton Antiquarian Society, Warrenton, Virginia. 1954 pp about 110.
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