Grayson County VAGenWeb

Grayson County was formed in 1793 from part of Wythe County and was named for William Grayson, delegate to the Continental Congress form 1784 to 1787 and one of the first two U.S. Senators from Virginia, the County seat is Independence. Grayson is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and embraced on the north by Wythe County, on the west by Smyth and Washington Counties, Carroll County on the east, and touches North Carolina and the northeastern tip of Tennessee on the southern borders.

A Volunteer is needed to take over as County Coordinator for these Grayson County, VAGenWeb Page.
Please contact Freddie Spradlin, if you are interested  

updated March 21, 2008

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The Grayson County Courthouse has Marriage, Land, Probate and Court records from 1793.
129 Davis St., P.O. Box 130, Independent, VA 24348-0130
(540) 773-2231

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Grayson County New River Notes

An incredible site by Jeff Weaver for anyone researching families in the upper New River areas

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