Saturday, December 29, 2012

Where to Find your Virginia Ancestors

Virginia Genealogy. The single-most important phase of finding your ancestors is to search for the Last Will and Testament in the county in which your relatives resided. Also, this is the quickest route of discovery for the names of children, parents, grandparents and other relatives, whether in America or abroad. We have digitized many old wills for the State of Virginia and placed them on this website for the benefit of the researcher. Virginia Pioneers
 
Among our collections, over 300 family histories are traced with a goodly number to about the year 1300. Where appropriate, Sensational Historical videos are included, such as the one above of Thomas Jefferson. Become a member and see the past of your ancestors!

The good news is that Members also have access to 26-volumes of Encyclopedia of the American Pioneer Series by Jeannette Holland Austin is included in the membership. Here is a sample
Hall, John, Bible of William and Anny Hall, Ga. State Archives. Their children: John Hall b. 8/16/1757., Sarah b. 5/24/1754, Betty b. 5/3/1757. Mary b. 2/6/1758, Ann b. 9/3/1760, Judy b. 3/11/1764, Patty b. 12/5/1764, William b. 10/15/1765, Jane b. 10/7/1768, Joseph b. 2/11/1772, Ambrose b. 2/4/1774, Nicholas b. 6/6/1777.
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