Orange County (Va.) families

compiled by William Everett Brockman
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota : Burgess Pub. Co., c1949
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota : W.E. Brockman, c1956, c1959, 1965
4 v. : ill., coats of arms, maps, ports.


Photocopy of original v. 2, 2000.

Title varies slightly, v. 1: Orange County (Va.) families and their marriages.

Contents: v. 1. Orange County families and their marriages : a supplement to and including Virginia wills and abstracts : a genealogy of colonial Virginia families with a thousand marriage bonds to 1800 -- v. 2. Private collections of J.W. Browning, county clerk from 1901 to 1936, including bonds, guardianships, administrations, Revolutionary War claims and importations, from official records, including two thousand marriages from 1747 to 1824 -- v. 3. Contains the second half of Browning's Extracts, a typewritten loose-leaf book kept by J.W. Browning, county clerk of Orange County, Virginia, from 1930-1936. ... include the Ballards, Brockmans, Cattertons, Dowells, Salmons, Rhodes, Chapmans, Collins, Ellis', Humes, Macons, Masons, Montagues, Quisenberrys, Simms, Terretts, Towles, Clarks, Smoots, and Willis of Orange. Bible records of Graves, Shotwell, Edwards, Salmon, Mahannes, Marshall and Durrett -- v. 4. Brockman, Brown, Embree, Harvey, Robertson, Rothwell and related families : a continuation of the works devoted to families having their origin in the lower counties of Virginia.

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