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Ancestors and descendents of Captain Charles Barham who came to Jamestown, Virginia, in 1653 and settled in Surry County, across the river from James City County and Jamestown. I find it amazing that most Barhams in America today are descended from Charles Barham. Daniel Barham Jr.

Brumbach/Brumback This website contains a number of early Virginia-Page County surnames that were all connected through the generations of the 1700s by marriages: Kauffman/Coffman, Brumbach/Brumback, Strickler, Kemper, Hiestand, Rothgeb, Utterback, Burner, Grove and others. Harry Brumbaugh
Buracker / Spitler along with the "Page County Ancestral Maze" Over 100,000 individuals, most from Page County. Other Page Co. info. also. The most common surnames in this Page County Ancestral Maze are : Breeden, Buracker, Cave, Good, Jenkins, Miller, Sours, Spitler, Strickler. Ken Gissy
Cliser, Clizer, Kleiser A Family History of the descendants of Mathias and Barbara Kleiser, who settled near Thornton Gap in the 1780's, Page County, Virginia Gary Cliser
Culler / Cullers / Koller The descendants of John and Mary Cullers of Shenandoah Co., VA with many Page Co. connections. author Pat Fogle
Gochenour This web site is dedicated to finding the connection between all of the various spellings of the surname Gochenour. William A. Gochenour, Jr.
Huffman, Fry, , Rhinehart, Varner Including the different name variations and other lines. States and counties other than Page Co., VA are listed. Susi C. Pentico
Jobe, Job, Jobes, Jobs This is a site of links for anything that concerns our surname. There are also links to the VA sites which do include Page Co., VA where many of the Job(e) family lived. Zachariah Jobe's descendants (s/o Moses Jobe and gs/o Joshua Jobe and Margaret McKay) are still in the area. There is also a link to my gedcom "Jobe Legacy" on World Connect - which contains data on the Jobe, McKay, Odell, Whitson, and several other families of the area. Ann (Jobe) Brown
Kibler This is a group for All descendants of Heinrich (Henry) and Mary Kibler of Page County, Virginia. Dennis Miller
Kiser, Kayser, Keyser Researching the family of Carl Kayser who immigrated to the colony of Pennsylvania from the village of Möckmühl, Duchy of Württemberg in 1749. Mark R. Kiser
This information is broken down into several different websites all by June Castorena. Go to the following sites for more details: Kroll/Crull, Hiestand/Heaston, Huber/Hoover, Generation 7, Crull, Heaston, Hoover #3 Generation 7, Footprints from the Past, More Footprints Generation 9, Many More Footprints Generation 10
Pence This Pence Family material was collected from countless sources over 30 years. Included are excerpts from original or published records and indexes, U.S. census records and correspondence with other researchers. Richard A. Pence
Prince / Printz Family History Website Dedicated to sharing the history of the Printz family / Prince family that is descended from the family of Johann Philipp Brentz. Johann was born in 1709 in Germany, came to America and settled in Shenandoah County, Virginia, where he died in 1794. Victor Prince
Rothgeb Collection of various information regarding Rothgeb/Roadcap/Roatcap/Rodecap Genealogy. Jim Rothgeb
Ruffner The Joseph Ruffner II Papers: The papers of Joseph Ruffner II, his daughter Eliza, and his father Joseph Ruffner were passed down through the Ruffner, Haskins, Schultze, Shipler, and Myers families. Fortunately, they have been preserved and protected for over 200 years. Included herein are the bulk of over 80 original documents covering 1771-1850 plus some other information related to Joseph Sr. as well as Joseph II and his family. Bill Myers
Slusher Slusher of Page County and Beyond. Additional surnames include ATKINS, GRIFFITH HALTERMAN, HUFFMAN, JOBE, MAUCK, SHENK, SMITH & STRICKLER. Otis Slusher
Stover Stover Family Tree 1772 to Present, Jan (Stover) Jewell
Viands While doing research on the Viands family, I've noticed one thing interesting about "Viands" - it is a rare surname - so I've been able to piece together records from around the country. From this, I believe the majority of the Viands descend from Thomas and Nancy (Day) Viands out of Page Co., VA Judy York
Woolery and Printz Woolery and Printz Relatives, Woolery, Printz, et al of Virginia, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, California and onwards. Lori Judd