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Emigration to other states from southside Virginia

Emigration from Southside Virginia
compiled by Katherine B. Elliott
Books/Monographs
English
Greenville, South Carolina : Southern Historical Press, 1990-1992
2 v.
  • 0893083658 v. 1 pbk
  • 0893083666 v. 2 pbk

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Reprint of original published: South Hill, Va. : K.B. Elliott, c1966. 2 v.

Spine title: Emigration from Southside Virginia.

"Southside Virginia as used in this work consists of the counties of Greensville, Brunswick, Sussex, Prince George, Dinwiddie, Amelia, Nottoway, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Halifax, Charlotte, Prince Edward, Appomattox, Campbell, Bedford, Pittsylvania, Henry, Patrick and Franklin."--P. 3

"These southside counties contributed heavily to the settlement of North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky. Descendants of those Southside Virginia people who went to these states are found today in every one of the fifty states."--P. 4

Includes indexes.

Gives name of person living outside of Virginia, out of state residence, abstract of Virginia document, document dates, and source reference of document.

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