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do lookups in 1860 Montgomery Co census.
A surname index, located at http://home.earthlink.net/~fspradlin/mont1860.txt
This has now been printed and is available for sale. See info
below for price, etc.
From Sherry: TNLawsons@hotmail.com
I have the 1815
Landowners Directory/ Gazetteer Volume # 5-SW region.
Written By ; Roger G Ward
Countys included are: Augusta , Bath, Botetourt, Giles, Greenbrier,
Lee, Monroe, Montgomery , Pendleton, Rockbridge, Russell, Scott,
Tazwell, Washington, and Wythe counties, and the Independent
city of Staunton.
Willing to do 1 request per person. Make sure to include state
and county when making the request.
From Cathey1229@aol.com Cathey
: I live in Shawsville. If I can do a quick look up
for someone in the library or go to a gravesite and write down
an inscription, etc., I would be happy to do that. Many times
I wish someone in the county I am researching would be willing
to do this. I have a three year old, so cannot do research that
would take several hours, but I am willing to help where I can.
From: email@example.com A
Brief of Wills & Marriages in Montgomery & Fincastle Counties,
, by Anne Lowry Worrell, Originally published,
From GOODE2SHUS@aol.com A
Brief of Wills and Marriages In Montgomery and Fincastle Counties,
, By Anne Lowry Worrell
do lookups in "A Brief of Wills and Marriages in Montgomery
and Fincastle Counties, Virginia, 1733-1831
" by Anne
From Gga5080796@aol.com Cemeteries
- I have many cemeteries that a friend and I have copied over
the years in Montgomery Co, Botetourt Co, Roanoke Co, Bedford
Co and Floyd Co. I am willing to search my records for anyone
who ask. But, I am unable to do research outside of my home. Also
have some death records for Roanoke and surrounding areas. GiGi
From John Linkes JSLinkes@aol.com The
Linkous Family History Expanded
, by Clovis E. Linkous, published
for the author by Gateway Press Inc. 1997
From GOODE2SHUS@aol.com Marriages
in the New River Valley, Virginia
, by Therese Fisher, including
counties of Mont., Floyd, Pulaski, and Giles. Late 1700's - 1860.
From GOODE2SHUS@aol.com German
New River Settlement
, By Rev. U.S. Heavener
From GOODE2SHUS@aol.com Kegley's
, 1938, Southwest Virginia Historical Society
From: firstname.lastname@example.org Early
Adventures on Western Waters
, by Kegley, Mary B., & F.B.
- available from Kegley Books
From: email@example.com The
Soblett (Sublet) Family of Manakintown, King William Parish, VA.
- It has information on the French Huguenot family of Abraham
Soblet who came to America in 1700 from France via England.
- Some members of this family are from the Montgomery County
Books Listed for Sale by Various Vendors
We do not warrant pricing information or availability
Some books are offered by more than one vendor, so compare
prices ... )
Boyd Publishing Company, Inc.; P.O. Box 367; Milledgeville,
- Postage & Handling: $3.00 for 1st Book; $1.75 each additional;
GA Residents add 7% tax
- Check out their site at http://www.hem.net/~gac/
- Info (after 6 p.m. EST): (912) 452-4020; Orders (800) 452-4035
- Montgomery Co., VA: The First 100 Years, C. W. Crush,
softbound, 1994, 209 pages, $29.95
- Montgomery & Fincastle Co., VA (Wills & Mar.,
1733-1831), A. L. Worrell, softbound, 1932, reprinted 1993
, 56 pages, $12.50
- Early Settlers of Montgomery Co., VA, 1810-1850 Census,
James L. Douthat, $20.00
- Montgomery Co, VA, Will Book 1, 1786-1809, $12.50
- Montgomery Co., VA, Deed Book 1, 1773-1789, James
L. Douthat, $17.50
Freddy Brown; 516 Rediger Drive; Scottsville, Kentucky 42164;
502-237-3078 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dance Steps, Six Generation Family History Of Dance
Brown (Born 1776 - Died 1860) From Virginia to Tennessee
- Only $30 ($35 postpaid)
- approximately 350 pages - with pictures, maps, family charts,
and many copies of original documents - fully indexed 8.5X11
- Many other families from the Virginia Counties of Bedford,
Montgomery, Giles, and Russell.
- Also South Central Kentucky, North Central Tennessee, as
well as areas of Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas.
Genealogical Publishing Co, 1001 North Calvert St, Baltimore,
- Postage is $3.50 for the first book and $1.25 for each additional
book. Maryland residents add 5% tax, and Michigan residents add
- Visit their site at http://www.genealogical.com
SUMNER BOOK FOR SALE
Dear Family, "Cousins," and Friends,
I'm so pleased to be able to tell you that the book, The Descendants
of Hezekiah Sumner of Montgomery and Floyd Counties, Virginia,
is at last finished and ready for publication. As many of
you already know, the book was begun by Peggy (Burton) Rich, and
is a compilation of over 25 years of her research and information
contributed by family members. In 1998, she asked me to
be her editor and I accepted with great enthusiasm for the project.
After Peggy's death on May 13, 1999, I was asked to complete the
book and see it through publication and distribution. With the
assistance of Betty Barrett, the editor, we have doubled the number
of individuals named in the book, now over 5,400 people, including
births, deaths and marriages up to March 2001 (if current information
has been made available). It is documented, with 74 photographs,
most of them family pictures, plus maps, wills, family stories,
and articles about Floyd County and its residents. The book
is hardbound in navy blue, with gold lettering stamped on the
cover and spine. There are 434 pages including a complete
index of the individuals appearing in the book.
After April 30, 2001, the price of the book will be $47 plus
shipping. Because of the expense of privately publishing family
histories, quantities are limited. In addition, small numbers
of reprints are prohibitively expensive. Irene S. Underwood,
1624 Tradd Court, Chesterfield, MO 63017, and enclose a
check or money order in the above amount for each copy requested.
Please do not send cash. Be sure to include your postal
address, a phone number, and/or an email address (if you have
The Sumner book was created through the efforts and contributions
of many people. It has been an adventure to be part of researching
and completing it and getting it ready for publication.
Peggy Rich, Betty Barrett, and I offer it to the family and other
interested researchers in the hope that you will enjoy it and
find it useful.
Irene S. Underwood
I have a listing of Sunset Cemetery in Christiansburg. It is 45.00
+ 5.00 shipping and handling. Comb bound with a full name index.
P O B 1002
Buchanan, Va., 24066
"Pathfinders, Pioneers, and Patriots", an extensive
Historical CD that shadows the early explorers to "the New
follows the progression of the frontier across Virginia
to 1800. From 1760 to 1800, it focuses on the largely untold
history of S.W. Virginia, E. Kentucky, and N. E. Tennessee.
by Danny Dixon
1860 Montgomery Co, VA, Census Transcription
is now printed
and available for sale.
The book is 143 pages, 8-1/2 x 11, comb-bound, every-name index.
order by sending a check to me:
Freddie L. Spradlin
3448 W. 170th St.
Torrance, CA 90504-2402