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Finding your people in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia

a genealogical guide by Rebecca H. Good & Rebecca A. Ebert with maps by BTC Enterprises, Inc.
Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books, Inc., c1998
[2],153 p. : maps.
4th ed


Originally published: [Winchester, Va.] : The Rebecca Co., 1984. v.

Cover title: Finding your people in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, fourth edition : a genealogical guide.

Bibliography: p. 124-148.

Includes index.

According to this book, the Shenandoah Valley covers 9 counties: Clarke, Frederick, Shenandoah, Warren, Page, Rockingham and Augusta in Virginia; Berkeley and Jefferson in West Virginia. Hampshire and Morgan counties in West Virginia were included in the book because "their history was interwoven with that of Frederick County and the rest of the Valley for an extended period".--P. 1

Contains a history of the Shenandoah Valley; inventory of court records; directory of officials, historical societies, libraries and genealogists; and a bibliography of published and unpublished sources.



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