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The War of 1812 in Russell County, Virginia By Brett Compton
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A manuscript written by the late famed local historian Elihu Jasper Sutherland concerning the War of 1812 in Russell County, Virginia. This manuscript was found in the personal archive of Judge... More > Sutherland at the John Cook Wyllie Library on the campus of UVa-Wise. It is the only known comprehensive work on the War of 1812 in Russell County, Virginia.< Less
Hawkins of Dickensonville, Russell County, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Are you a Hawkins or a Holbrook? This Second Edition reveals some startling DNA test results for descendants of Elisha, oldest child of Sallie. This edition expands to sort out all Hawkins of early... More > Russell County. Sallie came from Wilkes Co., NC to Russell Co., VA, where she is head of household in the first extant census of 1820, with three children under 5 years of age. Lowery says his father was James T. Hawkins. The book includes an article on Hawkins origins, a historical perspective of early Dickensonville, a narrative of the early generations in Russell County, information on Hawkins Mill, and documents and photos of some early Hawkins. Also included is a detailed genealogy modified register with index and sources, and a descendants chart. Some other surnames: Steffey, Seargeant, Dickenson, Hall, Willis, Robinson. Johnson, Garrett, Davis, Boyd, Dingus, Roberts, Lovelady, Nall, Cumbow, Campbell, Mays, Ramey, Mahaffey, Suit, Bailey, Fields, Holbrook,Elam, Puckett, and more. 174 pages.< Less
Hawkins of Dickensonville, Russell County, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Are you a Hawkins or a Holbrook? This Second Edition reveals some startling DNA test results for descendants of Elisha, oldest child of Sallie. This edition expands to sort out all Hawkins of early... More > Russell County. Sallie came from Wilkes Co., NC to Russell Co., VA, where she is head of household in the first extant census of 1820, with three children under 5 years of age. Lowery says his father was James T. Hawkins. The book includes an article on Hawkins origins, a historical perspective of early Dickensonville, a narrative of the early generations in Russell County, information on Hawkins Mill, and documents and photos of some early Hawkins. Also included is a detailed genealogy modified register with index and sources, and a descendants chart. Some other surnames: Steffey, Seargeant, Dickenson, Hall, Willis, Robinson. Johnson, Garrett, Davis, Boyd, Dingus, Roberts, Lovelady, Nall, Cumbow, Campbell, Mays, Ramey, Mahaffey, Suit, Bailey, Fields, Holbrook,Elam, Puckett, and more. 174 pages.< Less
Russell County, Virginia Marriages, 1900-1923 By Randy F. McNew Crouse
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A transcription of the Russell County, Virginia marriage register covering the years from 1900 to 1923. A total of 5,100 marriages are included with separate indices sorted by groom surname and by... More > bride surname. The register also contains the names of the parents, ages, birthplaces, marital condition, the groom’s occupation and residences of the parties. Marriage and Proportional Occupational Statistics are compiled for each year and there is a summary table and graphs. This will be a valuable aid to genealogical researchers trying to trace family history in Russell County in the early 20th century and also to those interested in social dynamics, demographics, and population statistics of the era. Third Edition, 1st issue. Full color front and back covers. figures and graphs printed in full color with black and white text. Casewrap-hardcover binding.< Less
County Court Records 1808-1818, Russell Co, VA By James Alan Williams
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This is a transcription of the Russell County, Virginia "County Court" records 1808 - 1818.
County Court Records 1808-1818, Russell Co, VA By James Alan Williams
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This is a transcription of the Russell Co, VA "County Court" and "Court of Quarterly Sessions" records 1808 - 1818.
The David Compton Family Letters Russell County, Virginia 1848 to 1883 By Brett Compton
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This booklet is a transcription and analysis of a series of fifteen letters David Compton (1784-1865) sent his son Basil Compton who had moved away in 1848. David Compton lived in the present day... More > Honaker area of Russell County, Virginia. The letters cover a span of 1848 to 1883. Many other people of the area are mentioned including surmames of Fuller, Herndon, Hess, Yates, McGlothlin, Presley and others.< Less
Clan Ervin: Russell & Dickenson Counties, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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James, William and John Ervin arrived in Russell County, Virginia, following the Revolutionary War, when the county was still on the frontier. John is the patriarch of the later Russell and... More > Dickenson County Ervins, and the book concentrates on him and his descendants, although James, whose descendants migrated to Missouri, and William are also discussed in detail based on early records. They are Scots-Irish. Included are allied pioneer families of Turner, Phillips, Sutherland, Holbrook, Neece, Kiser and others. This Second Edition adds some new research, makes corrections, updates the data for deaths, births, and newly found relatives and adds an additional 13 pages of photographs. The book includes a lengthy introductory summary, and a detailed genealogy modified register with extensive notes and narrative, with index, a 52-page photo gallery, and 99 pages of early and special documents, with over 450 pages total.< Less
Clan Ervin: Russell & Dickenson Counties, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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James, William and John Ervin arrived in Russell County, Virginia, following the Revolutionary War, when the county was still on the frontier. John is the patriarch of the later Russell and... More > Dickenson County Ervins, and the book concentrates on him and his descendants, although James, whose descendants migrated to Missouri, and William are also discussed in detail based on early records. They are Scots-Irish. Included are allied pioneer families of Turner, Phillips, Sutherland, Holbrook, Neece, Kiser and others. This Second Edition adds some new research, makes corrections, updates the data for deaths, births, and newly found relatives and adds an additional 13 pages of photographs. The book includes a lengthy introductory summary, and a detailed genealogy modified register with extensive notes and narrative, with index, a 52-page photo gallery, and 99 pages of early and special documents, with over 480 pages total.< Less
The Autobiography of Russell B. Clark By Russell Clark
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Autobiography of Russell B. Clark, born November 19, 1900, in Montpelier, Idaho. Lived to be 108 years old. This fascinating autobiography gives readers a view of life during the 20th century.... More > Russell received his bachelor's degree at the University of Utah in the early 1920s. He also served a 2-year mission in Florida and Georgia (Southern States Mission) for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church). He later completed medical school at Northwestern University Medical School and then completed residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Book includes details about his early life, education, married life, children, etc.< Less