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2 edition of Smyth County Virginia cemeteries found in the catalog.

Smyth County Virginia cemeteries

Mack Howard Sturgill

Smyth County Virginia cemeteries

by Mack Howard Sturgill

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Published by M.H. Sturgill in Marion, Va. (Route 3, Marion 24354) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Smyth County (Va.),
  • Virginia,
  • Smyth County.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Virginia -- Smyth County.,
    • Cemeteries -- Virginia -- Smyth County.,
    • Inscriptions -- Virginia -- Smyth County.,
    • Smyth County (Va.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementMack H. Sturgill, Kenneth L. Sturgill.
      ContributionsSturgill, Kenneth Lee.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF232.S6 S79 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1- > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1445288M
      LC Control Number93083443

      Virginia Land Patents Records - , from June-August Book Marriages to , unidentified counties. Military Reservations, National Cemeteries & Military Parks Land Deed Records Visit our COUNTY WEBSITES That's where all the data is!   In Images of America: Smyth County, take a journey back through time and visit the town recently named the "Most Historical Spot in America." Travel across the homestead of the first Virginians, who fought the first recorded battle of the new land, and Pages:

      Smyth County is located in the lower portion of the Great Valley of Western Virginia. Interstate 81 runs through the county's central valley, and intersects with Interstate 77 approximately 25 miles northeast of the Town of Marion. Three towns are located in Smyth . The Virginia Genealogical Society Newsletter Book Review (April ) As indicated by John W. Pritchett who edited Civil Wars Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, his late father, William M. Pritchett, contributed articles for nearly a decade to the Brunswick Times-Gazette on soldiers and other individuals from Brunswick County who contributed to the Civil War effort.

      Died - before 27 Oct in Brunswick County, Virginia at the age of about 60 Written 16 Aug , Proved 27 Oct Clerk of the Court's Office, Brunswick County, Will Book 3, page The first church in Smyth County, Royal Oak Presbyterian Church, was built in at Royal Oak, at the site of present-day Marion. Smyth County was formed from Washington and Wythe counties by the act of the General Assembly of Virginia on Febru


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Smyth County Virginia cemeteries by Mack Howard Sturgill Download PDF EPUB FB2

Vol. 1 transcribes inscriptions from 56 cemeteries while v. 2 contains 30 cemeteries. Vol. 3 contains 50 cemeteries located in different sections of Smyth County and two in Wythe County near the county line.

Vol. 4 presents records of over cemeteries in Smyth County Virginia with a total of ab burials recorded. Service men in Smyth County, Virginia Genealogy served in various regiments. Men often joined a company (within a regiment) that originated in their county. Listed below are companies that were specifically formed in Smyth County, Virginia Genealogy: 1st Regiment, Virginia State Line (Cavalry) (Confederate), Company A.

Find cemetery in Smyth County, VA on Yellowbook. Get reviews and contact details for each business including videos, opening hours and more. Smyth County Virginia cemeteries Unknown Binding – January 1, by Mack Howard Sturgill (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Unknown Binding "Please retry" — Author: Mack Howard Sturgill. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Smyth County Virginia cemeteries by Mack Howard. rows  This Grayson County Virginia cemetery is located on the grounds of the Camp Dickenson.

Find cemetery in Surrounding Smyth County on Yellowbook. Get reviews and contact details for each business including videos, opening hours and more. Cremation Society Of Virginia.

Lee Hwy. Marion, VA Map () Mausoleums & mausoleum builders,Cemeteries & memorial parks Burial Services,Cremation Service,Grave Side. The information documents the various migrations of the Weaver families from Virginia and the Carolinas into Georgia, and then the westward trek to Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and further.

Thanks to JIM BASS, the author, for lookups in his book. (Jim's book is described on the "Published Book Sources" page. The Heritage of Smyth County, Virginia, - includes hundreds of family histories, histories of Smyth County towns, churches, clubs, organizations, and topical articles.

Order from Smyth County Heritage Books, Attn: Barbara Hokada, P.O. BoxMarion, VA $ The Shepherd's Fold: Cemeteries of Northumberland County, Virginia Churches e book Northumberland County, Virginia Census e book Northern Neck (Land) Warrants & Surveys, (Hampshire, Berkeley, Loudoun, Fairfax, King George, Westmoreland, Richmond, Northumberland & Lancaster Counties e book.

The county was named after George Washington (), who later became President. Parent County [edit | edit source]. Washington County was created 7 October from Fincastle tle County was formed from Botetourt County inand was abolished in See Montgomery County.

County seat: Abingdon Boundary Changes [edit | edit source]. Smyth County Virginia Cemeteries, Vol. I Smyth County Virginia Cemeteries, Vol. II Smyth County Virginia Cemeteries, Vol.

III Smyth County, Virginia Cemeteries, Vol. IV For anyone with Smyth County roots, these four volumes could be INVALUABLE. Thousands of gravestones are recorded along with directions to the cemeteries. Chilhowie, Smyth County, Virginia. Partial Survey.

The St. Clair's Bottom Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery is located South of Chilhowie, Smyth County, Virginia. Directions: Exit I at Chilhowie, take Route South, turn left on Route (Old Airport Road) or turn left on Route (Riverside Drive). Smyth County, Virginia Public Records Directory - Quickly find public record sources in the largest human edited public record directory.

Find property records, vital records, inmate and court records, professional and business licenses, contractor licenses and much more. I also encourage you to become members of the Holston Territory Genealogical Society, P.O.

BoxBristol, VA-TNthe Historical Society of Washington County, Virginia, P.O. BoxAbingdon, VA, and the Smyth County Historical Society, P.O. BoxMarion, VA Washington County History The first white settlers arrived in what is present day Washington County in the 's.

Abingdon, Va. was known as Wolf Hills before "Abingdon" was selected as the name of the county seat. Washington County was formed from Fincastle County inthe county seat, Abingdon was formed in Click to read more about Smyth County, Virginia Cemeteries (Vol.

I) by Mack Howard Sturgill. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Mack Howard Sturgill. This folder contains a memorial book for Ivan J. Brown, brother of Frank Repass Brown, whose funeral was held on 11 July at Marvin Church in Wythe County, Virginia.

Also included are loose papers regarding the "Old Stone House" at the Rowan Museum in Salisbury, North Carolina, a "brown Family and Reunion" brochure, and various newspaper. Aspenvale Cemetery is a historic cemetery located at Seven Mile Ford, Smyth County, cemetery consists of three sections, with the most prominent marked by a "T"-shaped limestone wall and containing the graves of the Preston and Campbell families.

It includes the grave of Revolutionary War General William Campbell (c. ) and his wife Elizabeth Henry Campbell Russell ( Location: E. Main St., Seven Mile Ford, Virginia.

This is a monumental work covering cemeteries within Washington County's boundaries from their beginnings up to circa (the first edition covered cemeteries). These six volumes contain, in alphabetical order, all those published surviving interments in Washington County, Virginia listed in cemeteries 1 thru to c.

Ethel Young Edmonds identified family buried in the "Young Cemetery" "Above Chatham Hill [page of Smyth County, Virginia cemeteries by Mack H & Kenneth L. Sturgill, Marion, Virginia, ]: John Young born 17 at Ferry Port, on Craig Fife, Scotland.

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