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Middleburg Cemeteries, Loudoun County, Virginia, Cemetery Committee of the Thomas Balch Library


1 Middleburg Cemeteries, Loudoun County, Virginia
Cemetery Committee of the Thomas Balch Library
(2000), 2002, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 292 pp, Heritage Books
This book covers the five public cemeteries of Middleburg: Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Middleburg Baptist, Middleburg Memorial, Sharon, and Solon.
T0584 
Price: 24.00 USD

 
From Frontier to Suburbia, Loudoun County, Virginia; One of America’s Fastest Growing Counties, Charles P. Poland, Jr


2 From Frontier to Suburbia, Loudoun County, Virginia; One of America’s Fastest Growing Counties
Charles P. Poland, Jr
(2005), 2006, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 486 pp, Heritage Books
From Frontier to Suburbia is a fresh, timely, and engaging account of the history of a geographical area that reflects the birth, growth, and maturity of the United States. It presents an interesting and panoramic view of the history of Loudoun County, Virginia, from the eighteenth century frontier to today. Readers of this volume will find it an illuminating narrative that sheds additional information on rural lifestyles, ordinaries, slavery, camp meetings, the Civil War, festivals, medicine, the temperance movement, rattle-bands, urbanization, and numerous other economic, social, and political developments in American history. Emphasis is placed upon the tumultuous and critical transition of Loudoun from a rural to an urban county. Special attention is devoted to the significance of demographic growth and planning ordinances of Loudoun's recent history that have attracted national attention. Dr. Poland relates local and national history in a manner that covers the humorous and sublime, provides a microcosm of American history, and presents insight into the history of the nation.
P3187 
Price: 43.00 USD

 
 
Loudoun County and the Civil War, Civil War Centennial Commission


3 Loudoun County and the Civil War
Civil War Centennial Commission
1998, 6x9, paper, index, 80 pp, Heritage Books
Loudoun County, Virginia suffered possibly more severely during the Civil War than any Virginia county in which no major engagement was fought. This book was created by the Civil War Centennial Commission. The book has two main purposes: to make a lasting contribution to published Loudoun history, and to provide a Civil War guidebook to the county.
L0037 
Price: 14.00 USD

 
Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia, The Later Plats, 1880-1995, Elizabeth R. Frain


4 Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia, The Later Plats, 1880-1995
Elizabeth R. Frain
1997, 6x9, paper, index, 294 pp, Heritage Books
Union Cemetery, the largest cemetery in Loudoun County, Virginia, opened in the 1850s. The cemetery is described in lot order so that the researcher can evaluate neighbors. Information was taken from headstones, cemetery card index, and other sources. Records include (where known): name of deceased, date of birth, date of death, cause of death and relationships.
F0010 
Price: 26.00 USD

 
 
Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia, Virginia, Plats A&B, 1784-1995, Elizabeth R. Frain


5 Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia, Virginia, Plats A&B, 1784-1995
Elizabeth R. Frain
(1995), 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 358 pp, Heritage Books
Union Cemetery, the largest cemetery in Loudoun County, Virginia, opened in the 1850s. There are over 9,000 graves in Union Cemetery. More than 3,400 are indentified in Plat A, another 1,600 in Plat B. The cemetery is described in lot order so that the researcher can evaluate neighbors. Information was taken from headstones, cemetery card index, and other sources. Records include (where known): name of deceased, date of birth, date of death, cause of death and relationships.
F0004 
Price: 30.00 USD

 
Loudoun County, Virginia Death Register 1853-1896, Elizabeth R. Frain and Marty Hiatt


6 Loudoun County, Virginia Death Register 1853-1896
Elizabeth R. Frain and Marty Hiatt
(1998), 2007, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 328 pp, Heritage Books, Inc
On April 11, 1853, the General Assembly of the State of Virginia passed an Act requiring that each county clerk keep marriage, birth and death records for his county—beginning January 1, 1854. The information required was place and date of death, full name, sex, age, condition (married or not), color of deceased (white or colored), if colored whether free or slave; if slave, name of owner, occupation of deceased, place of birth, name of husband or wife, and cause of death.
F0062 
Price: 28.00 USD

 
 
It Was Different Then: 1870 to 1885 Through the Eyes of the Loudoun County, Virginia Press, Jerry Michael


7 It Was Different Then: 1870 to 1885 Through the Eyes of the Loudoun County, Virginia Press
Jerry Michael
2005, 8˝x11, paper, 336 pp, paperback, Heritage Books
This compendium of newspaper articles offers a different sort of look at this period in our nation's history. At the time there were three local papers in Loudoun County, Virginia, an area which was then mostly rural. Major news is covered, but more importantly, one gets a feel for the culture of the times through a description of the local happenings, opinion, humor and advertisements of those years following the Civil War. This first-generation material is copied directly from the microfilm but is cleaned up for easy reading.
M3132 
Price: 37.50 USD

 

 

8 Legends of Loudoun Valley [Virginia]
Joseph V. Nichols
(1961), 1996, paper, 125 pp , Heritage Books
A 1996 reprint of this very popular northern Virginia anecdotal history of the people and county of Loudoun.
N0009 
Price: 12.00 USD

 
 

 

9 Surviving Cameron Parish Records, Loudoun County, Virginia - Tithable List of 1765
June Whitehurst Johnson
(1984), 2001, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 50 pp, Heritage Books
Found in a Loudoun chancery suit M2491 these titheables lists were lost for many years. They cover the area above Goose Creek and Little River to the Fauquier County line.
J0709 
Price: 10.00 USD

 
Apprentices, Poor Children and Bastards, Loudoun County, Virginia, 1757-1850, Louisa Skinner Hutchison


10 Apprentices, Poor Children and Bastards, Loudoun County, Virginia, 1757-1850
Louisa Skinner Hutchison
(2000), 2008, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 215 pp, paperback, Heritage Books
Information taken from Order Books and from loose papers which include indentures and other papers evidently intended to be used in writing orders. Up until the General Assembly of Virginia transferred their powers and duties to the Overseers of the Poor of the counties, the Churchwardens of the Parishes were responsible for bind out the children. The first Overseers of the poor were elected in Loudoun in 1786.
H0637 
Price: 22.00 USD

 
 
Index to Loudoun County, Virginia Wills 1757-1850, Louisa Skinner Hutchison


11 Index to Loudoun County, Virginia Wills 1757-1850
Louisa Skinner Hutchison
1997. 276 pp. index, Heritage Books
Lists over 9,000 devisees, their relationship to testator, year, will book and page. This is much more than the will register.
H0011 
Price: 22.00 USD

 

 

12 The Anglican Parishes of Loudoun County, Virginia, Truro, Cameron and Shelburne, 1736-1805
Margaret Lail Hopkins and Nancy Hopkins Phillips
1997, index, 136 pp, Heritage Books
A history of the formation of these northern virginia parishes. It covers the churches built, the vestrymen and the ministers. It also includes a faithful transcription of the Shelburne Parish Vestry Book.
H0024 
Price: 14.00 USD

 
 
Those at Rest: Lovettsville Union Cemetery, Loudoun County, Virginia 1879-1999, Marty Hiatt


13 Those at Rest: Lovettsville Union Cemetery, Loudoun County, Virginia 1879-1999
Marty Hiatt
1999, 6x9, paper, index, 240 pp, Heritage Books
Lovettsville Union Cemetery provides a resting place for many pioneer settlers along the Catoctin Mountain. The early cemetery was not incorporated until 1879, but as many as 30 early burials exist before that time. The earliest headstones were removed from the adjacent New Jerusalem Cemetery and placed in the Lovettsville Union Cemetery. The last burial recorded was in June, 1999. Information in this book came from two main sources: first, the headstone inscriptions, and second, data in the interment book. A map is provided of the cemetery to aid in resolving the duplicate lot numbers listed in the internment book. Conflicting information on the stone is placed in brackets while the true stone data is first. In addition, causes of death were recorded in the interment book until 1942.
H0041 
Price: 20.00 USD

 

 

14 New Jerusalem Lutheran Church Cemetery
Marty Hiatt and Craig R. Scott
1995, 8˝x11, paper, index, 59 pp, Heritage Books
Located in Lovettsville, Virginia, the church was established in 1765.
H6505 
Price: 10.00 USD

 
 
Letters to Ella Lee Goode: A Collection of Turn-of-the-Century Correspondence from Loudoun County, Virginia, 1896-1900, Meridee Orndorff Mucciarone


15 Letters to Ella Lee Goode: A Collection of Turn-of-the-Century Correspondence from Loudoun County, Virginia, 1896-1900
Meridee Orndorff Mucciarone
2003, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 216 pp, Heritage Books
Ella Lee Goode left her family farm near Purcellville, Virginia, and worked as a seamstress in Washington, D.C. Relatives and friends would come and go, visiting or looking for work themselves. Others would write of the news of home. Ella saved many of the letters written to her from family and friends during this time, most of them from Loudoun County, Virginia. These letters portray the day-to-day life of the time in a rural area, complete with road conditions, illnesses, gossip, church activities, births, deaths, marriages, and weather reports. The letters are supplemented by as many old photos and relevant material as could be found. Family trees are presented in the back of the book, along with accounts of later times. Finally, an index of names and places is included for anyone searching for information about these families or ancestors from Loudoun County.
M0869 
Price: 27.00 USD

 
1810-1840 Loudoun County, Virginia, Federal Population Census Index., Patricia B. Duncan


16 1810-1840 Loudoun County, Virginia, Federal Population Census Index.
Patricia B. Duncan
2003, 272 pp, Heritage Books
Each of the four censuses is presented here in alphabetical order, with a reference to the page and line number where each entry appears in the microfilm source. The information denoted on each census was different, so a brief summary is given in the beginning of each section. The 1810 index lists the head of household and age ranges of individuals living in the household; the 1820-1840 indexes list the head of household and area location or district if listed.
D0870 
Price: 25.50 USD

 
 
1850 Fairfax County and Loudoun County, Virginia, Slave Schedule, Patricia B. Duncan


17 1850 Fairfax County and Loudoun County, Virginia, Slave Schedule
Patricia B. Duncan
2003, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 103 pp , Heritage Books
These records were transcribed from National Archives microfilms of the Fairfax County, Virginia, and Loudoun County, Virginia, Population Schedules of the Seventh Census of the United States, 1850, Second Series, Slave Population. Each page contains two columns of entries which contain some or all of the following information: Names of slave owners, page number, number of slave, age, sex, color, fugitive from the state, number manumitted, deaf & dumb, blind, insane or idiotic. A full name index gives ready access to all of the names.
D0820 
Price: 18.00 USD

 

 

18 1860 Loudoun County, Virginia Federal Population Census Index
Patricia B. Duncan
2002, 5˝x8˝, paper, 259 pp, Heritage Books
An alphabetical index to this census.
D0817 
Price: 24.00 USD

 
 

 

19 1860 Loudoun County, Virginia, Slave Schedule
Patricia B. Duncan
2003, 5˝x8˝, paper, index, 166 pp, Heritage Books
These records were transcribed from the Loudoun County, Virginia Population Schedules of the Eighth Census of the United States, 1860, Slave Population. Each page contains six columns of entries which contain some or all of the following information: Names of slave owners, page number, number of slave, age, gender, color, fugitive from the state, number manumitted, deaf & dumb, insane or idiotic. A full name index gives ready access to all of the names.
D0866 
Price: 20.00 USD

 
1870 Loudoun County, Virginia Federal Population Census Index, Patricia B. Duncan


20 1870 Loudoun County, Virginia Federal Population Census Index
Patricia B. Duncan
2002, 5˝x8˝, paper, 363 pp, Heritage Books
An alphabetical list of this census.
D0816 
Price: 30.00 USD

 
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