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Compiled genealogies that treat multiple Rockingham County families include:
- Arrington, Mary Marie Koontz. Mountain Valley People: A Historical Sketch of a Section of Rockingham County, Virginia, and It's People. Baltimore, Md.: Gateway Press, 1982. FHL Fiche 6049051 (9 fiche).
- Brock, Robert L. 47 Pioneer Families of Rockingham County, Virginia Who Migrated through Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois to Missouri. Baltimore, Md.: Gateway Press, 1997. FHL Collection 975.5922 D2b
- Heinegg, Paul. Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware. 2005-present. - free online book. Adams, Ailstock, Barrell, Clark, Connally, Colley, Fortune, Hughes, Hurley, Jackson, McCoy, Mayo, Nickens, Payne, Peters, Redman, Spelman, Tyre, Vena, Venie families of pre-1820 Rockingham County, Virginia.
- Hodges, Elisabeth Wilson. They Came to Rockingham. Lynchburg, Va.: Warwick House Publishers, 2004. FHL Book 929.273 W691he. Includes Bagenal, Berchtoll, Coakley, Colclough, Curry, Driver, Gaines, Games, Kiracofe, Long, Studebaker, Vaughan, Waddle and related families.
- Kline, Agnes. Stone Houses on Linville Creek and Their Communities, Rockingham County, Virginia. Harrisonburg, Va., 1971. Discusses the Kauffman, Trent, Kline, Branner, Rife, Bowman, and Sites families.
- Spencer, Paula Underwood. Paula Underwood Spencer Papers. MSS. Library of Virginia. Microfilmed 2001: FHL Films 1426442-1426446. Papers consisting of genealogical research on the following families: Elmore, Johnson, Kerns, Skidmore, Cutler, Sutton, Saunders, Lindley, Fansler, Crews, Underwood, Beem, Beemer, Phares, Ellyson and Coons, including those lines which settled in Augusta, Henrico and Rockingham Counties in Virginia and in California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
- Strickler, Harry M. Forerunners, A History or Genealogy of the Strickler Families, Their Kith and Kin: Including Kauffmans, Stovfrs [i.e. Stovers], Burners, Ruffners, Beavers, Shavers, Brumbachs, Zirkles, Blossers, Groves, Brubakers, Neffs, Rothgebs and Many Other Early Families of Shenandoah, Rockingham, Augusta, Frederick and Page Counties of the Shenandoah Valley: A Memorial to All Who Have Gone Before from about 1700 to the Present Time, 1924 Present Time, 1924. Dayton, Va.: Reubush-Kieffer, c1925. FHL Fiche 6046689 (6 fiche).
- Wayland, John Walter. Virginia Valley Records: Genealogical and Historical Materials of Rockingham County, Virginia, and Related Regions (with Map). Strasburg, Va.: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1930. FHL Collection 485954 Item 3 and FHL Collection 975.5 H2wa 1978; digital version at Ancestry ($); and World Vital Records Original, and Reprint ($). Includes sketches of many families from the area.
- Wayland, John Walter. Men of Mark and Representative Citizens of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, Virginia. 1946. Includes ancestor sketches of hundreds of prominent citizens.
- Yankey, Lewis H. and Patricia T. Ritchie. Brocks Gap Families. 2 vols. Dayton, Va.?: Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society?, 1991-1992. FHL Books 975.5922 D2y v. 1-v. 2. Contents: v. 1. Bible, Cherryholmes, Freed, Heavner, and Aubrey families -- v. 2. Fink and Sonifrank families.
- Yankey, Lewis H., Patricia T. Ritchie, and Lonzo Dove. Brocks Gap Miscellaneous Records: Including Notes on These Families: "Hessian John" Baker, Michael Baker, Caplinger, Custer, Dove, Halterman, Hupp, Lair, Lantz, May, Ritchie, Secrist, Siever, Souder, Whetzel, West, and Others... Dayton, Va.?: Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society?, 1992. FHL Book 975.5922 D2ya