rural genealogical center
center for Southside Virginia history
|Brown, Stuart., Jr. Virginial Genealogies: A trial List of Printed Books and
Phamphlets. 3 vols. Berryville, 1967.
Croom, Emily Ann. Unpuzzling Your Past: A Basic Guide to Genealogy. 3rd ed. Cincinnati, 1995.
Doane, Gilbert H., and James b. Bell. Searching for Your Ancestors: The How and Why of Genealogy. 6th ed. Minneapolis, 1992.
Eakle, Arlene, and Johni Cerny, eds. The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy. Salt Lake City, 1984.
Greenwood, Val D. The Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy. 2nd ed. Baltimore, 1993.
Kaminkow, Marion J., ed. Genealogies in the Library of Congress: A Bibliography. 2 vols. and suppd. Baltimore, 1987.
McGinnis, Carol. Virginia Genealogy: Source and Resources. Baltimore, 1993.
Salmon, Emily J., and Edward D.C. Campbell, Jr., The Hornbook of Virginia History: A Ready-Reference Guide to the Old Diminion's People, Places, and Past. 4th ed. Richmond, 1994.
Smith, Jessie Carney, ed. Ethinc Genealogy: A research Guide. Wesrport, Conn., 1983.
The American Genealogist, Being a Catalogue of Family Histories. 5th ed. Albany, 1900.
In addition to these helpful books, you
might want to write the historical societies in you county or town. Below are
two rather large repositoriesof the genealogical information, to get you
P.O. Box 7311
Richmond, Virginia 23221
800 East Broad Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219-1905