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"Who's Researching Stafford County"?
Stafford Co. Surnames
Please email me and tell me the family surnames that you are researching in Stafford County!
The Stafford County Cemetery Committee has updated their web site! Please take a look and be sure to thank these folks for their dedication to Stafford Co., VA genealogy!!!
The Central Rappahannock Heritage Center now has records online! Go to the CRHC website and click "data online". It will take you to the search page. The information now online is just a partial amount of that contained in the Heritage Center but more that is being added every day! Come take a look...
The Central Rappahannock Heritage Center located at 900 Barton Street in Fredericksburg, VA. They have collections from Caroline County, Fredericksburg, King George County, Spotsylvania County and Stafford County. They get more collections in every day and it would be worth it to check and see what they have. If you can, stop by... The staff is more than happy to help! Come by and volunteer! They would love the help. You can also e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them at 540-373-3704. They will do research $10.00 per half hour.
They are open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10 to 4. And beginning Nov 1, 2008, they will be open the first Saturday of every month from 9 am to noon.
And their website is http://www.crhcarchives.org
Alan Buckingham is still hard at work; Please check out his wonderful work. It's online now at http://www.midatlanticarchives.com
The Richmond Daily Dispatch newspaper for the Civil War years is being digitized by the University of Richmond. It can be found here.
Stafford County Site Search
My name is Suzanne Yelton Shephard, and I am the County Coordinator for Stafford County! I hope you enjoy your visit here, and find this site helpful in your research. If you have any suggestions or contributions you would like to make, please email me at any time.
Stafford County History
Founded in 1664, created from Westmorland County and named for the English County of Stafford, Stafford County, Virginia, has strong connections to events that shaped our nation's history. It was at Marlboro Point, that Indian Princess Pocahontas was kidnapped and taken to Jamestown. Another historical figure also made Stafford his home. Augustine Washington, with the rest of his family, including a six-year-old son named George, moved to Ferry Farm in 1738. The future first president spent his formative years there until he reached young adulthood
If you have photographs of ancestors or Stafford County places, and would like to see them posted, please contact me.
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