Botetourt County, Virginia, early settlers : from the earliest times through 1795, in the area that was Botetourt County in 1782, covers parts of present-day counties of Montgomery, Bath, Giles, Floyd, Alleghany, Roanoke, Craig and Monroe

compiled and arranged by Charles T. Burton
Burton, Charles T. (Main Author)
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Ann Arbor, Michigan : University Microfilms International, 1982
2 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.


Microreproduction of original published: Troutville, Va. : [Burton?, 1979?]. ca. 150 p.

Arranged in alphabetical order by name and gives name of settler and record source.

Abstracted from deeds from Augusta and Botetourt counties, surveyors records, wills, land tax or quit-rents records, etc.

Listed in: Genealogy and local history guide, pt. 1.

In: Genealogy and local history / University Microfilms International.



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