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They Called Stafford Home: The Development of Stafford County, Virginia, from 1600 until 1865

By: Jerrilynn Eby

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: E0665


Tucked between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers and being the uppermost part of Virginia's historic Northern Neck, Stafford County has a wealth of historical sites and has been home to some of the nation's most notable leaders; yet researching Stafford's rich history has been daunting due to the loss of county records. This major new work not only fills the "research gap" but provides a delightful portrait of early life in Virginia, from 1600 until 1865. Here ... View more info

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Laying the Hoe: A Century of Iron Manufacturing in Stafford County, Virginia

By: Jerrilynn Eby

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: E0863


With genealogical notes on over 300 families. For nearly a century, iron manufacturing dominated the economic, social, and political fabric of Stafford County, Virginia. In the mid-1720s Principio Iron Company, the eighteenth- century leader in American iron production, built a charcoal-fired blast furnace on Accokeek Run in Stafford. Accokeek’s furnace and store served customers within a six-county region. Employment opportunities at the furnace created a diversified ... View more info

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Men of Mark: Officials of Stafford County, Virginia

By: Jerrilynn Eby

Price: $34.50

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: E3841


This volume contains the names of those responsible for the day-to-day functioning of Stafford County, Virginia, from colonial times to 1991. All government offices for which there was a title are listed. The information in this volume was gleaned from the surviving records of Stafford County, as well as from personal papers in family collections, records held by the Library of Virginia and Virginia Historical Society in Richmond, the Fredericksburg Circuit Court, the Hu... View more info

The Identification Of 1792 John Wright Of Fauquier County, Virginia, As Not The Son of 1792/30 John Wright of Stafford County, Virginia

By: Robert N. Grant

Price: $43.00

Publisher: Heritage Books, Inc:

Seller ID: G4935


This volume sorts out the long-standing misidentification of two Wright families by providing extensive evidence that 1792 John Wright of Fauquier County, Virginia, is not the son of 1729/30 John Wright of Stafford County, Virginia. The weakness of Hoppin's evidence that identifies 1792 John Wright as the son of 1929/30 John Wright is discussed; and documentation for the ancestral lines of the Wright DNA project participants, recent DNA results, and the probability that ... View more info

The Randalls of Stafford County, Virginia: With Forebears and Allied Families.

By: Ronnie Lee Lacy

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Heritage Books:

Seller ID: L3617


Augustine Randall, Sr. was born in England about 1696. He arrived in America in 1734, settled in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland, and he and his wife had two sons. The line of one son, Augustine Randall, Jr., is followed through the tenth generation. (It is his son, Augustin Randall, III, who moved into Virginia.) Information generally includes the names of spouses plus birth, marriage, and death dates and places, and may give additional information on occasion. View more info