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For more information about research and records in [[Virginia]], see:  
For more information about research and records in [[Virginia]], see:  

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For more information about research and records in Virginia, see:

  • Clay, Robert Young. Virginia Genealogical Resources. Detroit, Mich.: Detroit Society of Genealogical Research, 1980. 975.5 D27c. Explains Virginia geography and the usefulness and availability of civil, church, and personal record types in Virginia, especially at the Library of Virginia.
  • Dickinson, Bill. Diggin' For Roots in Old Virginia. Baltimore, Md.: Clearfield Company, Inc., 1995. FHL Book 975.5 D27d.
  • McGinnis, Carol. Virginia Genealogy: Sources and Resources. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1993. FHL Book 975.5 A3m. A must-read for all Virginia genealogists.
  • Schweitzer, George K. Virginia Genealogical Research. Knoxville, Tenn.: G. Schweitzer, 2005. FHL Book 975.5 D27s. Includes geography, bibliographies, repositories, and county-by-county inventories.

There are many online resources to explore at Cyndi's List.