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Web sites and list of Surry Co Books
Posted by: Ria Hendrix Date: January 05, 2001 at 11:36:33
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There are several sites found on the web under in her section on books.
Ye Olde Genealogie Shoppe
Frontier Press
Genealogy Book Shop

Most VA counties on the James River have burned records so very few books have been published. Some books on James City Co and Isle of Wight Co are useful to Surry Co families when you trace your folks further back in time. People tend to forget that the settlers of Jamestown moved first to Isle of Wight and Surry Co just across the river. This is where John Rolfe's land was.

Register of Albemarle Parish, Surry and Sussex Counties 1739-1788, written by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America.

Surry County Register of Free Negros (includes their master's names).

Marriage Bonds and Ministers' Returns of Surry Co VA 1768-1825.

Individual 1787 Tax Lists for VA: Surry.

Surry Co, VA, "Publick" Claims (Rev. War time frame).

Surry Co VA Deeds and Estate Accounts 1757-1786.

Surry Co VA Deeds and Estate Accounts 1734-1755.

Surry Co VA Deeds 1684-1733 and Other Court Papers.

Colonial Surry (also covers old Surry area of 14 present day counties).

1815 Directory of VA Landowners and Gazetteer Vol. 3, eastern region.

Ria ><>


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