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CENTRAL VIRGINIA HERITAGE

Jan. 1983-Spring/Summer 2021

TABLE OF CONTENTS

January 1983 (v.1, no.1)

  • Albemarle – Louisa Patriarch [Samuel Dalton b. bef 1700, d. abt 1805]
  • Cemetery Records [Commonwealth Drive & Wayland Family]
  • The Leake Family in Albemarle County [Descendants of Robert Leake 1590-1660]
  • Mary Maupin’s Family Bible [Maupin births & deaths in 1800’s]
  • Some Albemarle County Marriage Permission Slips
  • Early Land Patents in Albemarle County
  • Gilmer Family Cemetery

April 1983 (v. 1, no. 2)

  • Surname List of Members

December 1983 (v. 1, no. 3)

  • Surname Lists of Members, Part II
  • Searching for Ancestors? [Queries]

March 1984 (v. 2, no. 1)

  • Ancestor Chart: Donnelly
  • Chastain’s Virginia Gazetteer – 1888-1889, Buckingham/Fluvanna Counties
  • Catherine Steward’s Will [Louisa Co., Virginia 1761]
  • “No New Girls”

July 1984 (v. 2, no. 2)

  • Chastain’s Virginia Gazetteer – 1888-1889, Albemarle/Charlottesville
  • Manuscripts at the Albemarle County Historical Society
  • Genealogist’s Disease [Genealogy Pox]

Fall 1984, (v. 2, no. 3)

  • Johnston Family Bible [Abraham Johnston + Susanna Hamner + births]
  • Chastain’s Virginia Gazetteer – 1888-1889, Greene County
  • Varner Family of Virginia – [Adam Varner born in Germany]
  • Some Possible Genealogical Sources for Research
  • Martin’s Fluvanna County [A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of Virginia]
  • Sources to Research Where County Records are Non-Extant
  • Albemarle Marriage Permission Slips [two examples]

Winter 1984 (v. 2, no. 4)

  • Book Reviews [Marriages of Loudoun County, Virginia 1757-1853], Worthington Descendants Newsletter
  • Price Family Bible [Basic City, now Waynesboro]
  • Martin’s Buckingham County-1835 [A New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of Virginia]
  • A Calendar of Legislative Petitions [in Virginia State Library Collections]
  • Cover Photo – Rose Nell Ward Kyle 1886-1981, age 23

Spring 1985 (v. 3, no. 1)

  • German Surnames with English Meanings [Name List]
  • Chastain’s Virginia Gazetteer – 1888-1889, Louisa County
  • The Invitation of Rev. Samuel Black [March 1794, Orthodox Reformed Presbyterian Church]
  • A Calendar of Legislative Petitions – Part II
  • Ancestor Chart: Glass [Sprouse, McCray, Meeks, Garrett, Lary, Panel]
  • Cover Photo – Greenberry Glass, born 1838

Summer 1985 (v. 3, no. 2)

  • Researching Jefferson’s Craftsmen and Builders [Some local names]
  • A Calendar of Legislative Petitions – Part III
  • Albemarle Soldiers of the Revolution [Listing by place of enlistment & rank]
  • Albemarle Company of Militia [List from 1758]

Fall 1985 (v. 3., no. 3)

  • The Moores of Central Virginia [Biographical sketch of families before 1830]
  • John Moore [Albemarle/Fluvanna]
  • William Moore [Amherst/Fluvanna]
  • William Moore [Albemarle]
  • John W. Moore [Albemarle/Louisa]
  • Francis Moore [Orange]
  • Campbell County [Other Moores]
  • William Moore [Orange]
  • Benjamin Moore [Albemarle]
  • Chart 1. John Moore
  • Chart 2. William Moore
  • Chart 3. William Moore
  • Chart 4. John W Moore
  • Chart 5. Francis Moore
  • Chart 6. Campbell County
  • Chart 7. William Moore
  • Chart 8. Benjamin Moore
  • Vital Records, Moore Family [Appendix]
  • Cover Photo – Tombstone of Stephen Moore, 1751-1835

Winter 1985 (v. 3, no. 4)

  • Dissenters Petition: Albemarle, Amherst, Buckingham – November 9th, 1776 [Virginia Legislative Papers, from the Originals in the Virginia State Archives]
  • Deacidification (of paper)
  • Petition from Albemarle for Emission of Paper Money [Petitioner of 1787]
  • Roster of Home Guards [Albemarle Minute Men – 1861]
  • Errors Made in Reading Census Records [Advice & Suggestions]
  • Harrison Wood Family Group Sheet [b. 1768 Albemarle County, Virginia; d. 1825 Albemarle County, Virginia
  • James Harrison Wood Family Group Sheet [grandson of Harrison Wood]
  • The Perfect Genealogist [Cartoon]
  • Some Unusual Birthplace Abbreviations Found on Census

 

Spring 1986 (v. 4, no. 1)

  • Virginia’s Courthouses – Amherst County
  • A Calendar of Legislative Petitions – Part IV

Summer 1986 (v. 4, no. 2)

  • The Sharshall Grasty Family in America
  • Virginia’s Courthouses – Nelson County
  • Sarah Roberta Jones Ancestral Chart [Campbell, Perkins, Griffin, Joyner, Drake, Wills, Furbush, Banks, Rice, White, Hughes}
  • Florence Ellen (Mary) Royalty Ancestral Chart [Royalty, Athearn, Guess, Darnell, Soule, Webster, Sargent]
  • Charles Ezekiel Wood Family Group Sheet [b. 1812 Albemarle County]
  • Eugene Newton Wood Family Group Sheet [b. 1858 Albemarle County]
  • Relationship Chart

Fall 1986 (v. 4, no. 3)

  • Word Family of Virginia, Buckingham County [Descendants of John Word, Sr., b. 1626, Landaff, Wales]
  • 1850 Mortality Schedule, Buckingham County [Transcription from census]
  • 1850 Mortality Schedule, Nelson County [Transcription from census]

Winter 1987 (1986) (v. 4, no. 4)

  • Henry Lawrence Family of Louisa County, Virginia
  • Henry and Elizabeth (Standley) Lawrence
  • Henry and Elizabeth (Parrish) Lawrence
  • Thomas D. Lawrence
  • Henry Lawrence Descendants Chart
  • Robert Lawrence Descendants Chart
  • Virginia Courthouses – Louisa County
  • 1850 Mortality Schedule, Louisa County [Transcription from census]

Spring 1987 (v. 5, no. 1)

  • 1850 Mortality Schedule, Albemarle County

Summer 1987 (v. 5, no. 2)

  • Algoma Logbook: ‘Excerpts from a Time Gone By’
  • Johnny Yurgin: Miser of Charlottesville
  • Bible Records: Wells Family of Albemarle – Buckingham
  • Thomas Hooker: The Father of the First Constitution
  • The Bi-Centennial of the American Constitution

Fall 1987 (v. 5, no. 3)

  • Officers of 1987 and 1988
  • 1850 Mortality Schedule, Orange County & Culpeper County [Transcription from census]
  • News You Can (and Should) Use
  • Financial Report

Winter 1987 (v. 5, no. 4)

  • Virginia’s Courthouses – Albemarle County
  • Roll of Voters in the Free Union Precinct, Albemarle County
  • CVGA Library Moves Up
  • Orange County Order Book Number 1 (Part 1)

Spring 1988 (v. 6, no. 1)

  • Similarity of Robertson Family Names (and Their Neighbors) in Early Albemarle County, Virginia and in Certain NC Counties
  • Orange County Order Book Number 1 (Part 2)
  • Hartsook Family Cemetery

Summer 1988 (v. 6, no. 2)

  • Orange County Order Book Number 1 (Part 3)
  • Genealogical Hints
  • Martin’s 1835 Gazetteer of Virginia: Amherst County
  • Albemarle County Birth Records – 1867
  • Cover Photo: Tombstone of Meredith B. Lang

Fall 1988 (v. 6, no. 3)

  • Free Union Baptist Church Cemetery Records [Albemarle County]
  • 1868 Register of Births – Albemarle County, Virginia, District of James Fry
  • Orange County, Virginia Order Book 1 (Part 4)
  • Cover Photo: tombstone of Charles Edward Bing

Winter 1988/1989 (v. 6, no. 4)

  • McCullock, Smith Family of Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Ahnentafel – McCullock /Smith
  • The Tavern, Madison, Virginia
  • Cover Sketch – Main Street, Madison, Virginia

 Spring 1989 (v. 7, no. 1)

  • Financial Report
  • Orange County, Virginia Order Book I (cont.)
  • Albemarle County Births 1868
  • Excerpt from Albemarle County Law Book 37, February 1912
  • Cover Photo: tombstone of James S. Early

Summer 1989 (v. 7, no. 2)

  • Publications Useful in Research in Burned Counties of Hanover & Buckingham
  • Migration to the Southside
  • Selected Southside Virginia Publications
  • Orange County, Virginia Order Book 1 (cont.)
  • Wells Family Cemetery, Buck Island, Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Crenshaw Family Cemetery, near Chris Greene Lake, Albemarle County, Virginia

Fall 1989 (v. 7, no. 3)

  • The Family History Center [LDS Church in Charlottesville, VA]
  • Jones Family Cemetery, White Hall, Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Brockman/Edwards Family Cemetery, near Burnley Station, Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Hall Family Cemetery, near Advance Mills, Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Orange County, Virginia Order Book 1 (cont.)
  • Cox/Thomas Family Cemetery, Route 641, Albemarle County, Virginia

Winter 1989 (v. 7, no. 4)

  • Roll of White Voters Registered at Owensville Precinct, Ivy Magisterial District, Albemarle County, Virginia 1902-1903
  • The Robertson Bible [includes births and deaths of slaves]
  • Free Negro Registration 1800’s, Albemarle, Powhatan, Caroline, Augusta, Fauquier, Louisa, Buckingham, Chesterfield, & Cumberland Counties

Spring 1990 (v. 8, no. 1)

  • Fluvanna County Records
  • Pendleton County, West Virginia
  • Pre-1800 Pendleton County, West Virginia Marriage Bonds
  • Cemetery Records, Albemarle County, Virginia
    • Early Family Cemetery, Earlysville
    • Herring Family Cemetery, Piney Mountain
    • Slaughter Family Cemetery, near White Hall
    • Davis Family Cemetery, on Route 641
    • Banks Family Cemetery, near Rosena
    • Rones Family Cemetery, Route 640
    • Thomas Family Cemetery, near Barboursville
  • Albemarle County, Virginia Birth Register 1867

Summer 1990 (v. 8, no. 2)

  • McCraw Reunion [Notice]
  • Book Acquisition Policy
  • Register of Births Within the District of James L. Fry, Commissioner of Revenue for the First District of Albemarle County, Virginia 1868

 

Fall 1990 (v. 8, no. 3)

  • German Records and Problems
  • Genealogical Ghosts
  • Augusta County, Virginia
  • Will of John Melton of Fluvanna County [1795]

Winter 1990 (v. 8, no. 4)

  • Three Taverns in Albemarle County, Virginia
  • The Family Register [LDS Program]
  • Leake Family Bible
  • Wood Family Bible
  • Augusta County, Virginia Public Service Claims List – A Genealogical Extract
  • Minute Books 1832-1834 Albemarle County, Virginia Pensioners (Index)

Winter 1991 (v. 9, no. 1)

  • Reclaiming Your Ancestor’s Ancient Titles
  • Genealogical Research at the Albemarle County Courthouse [Guide]
  • From the President [Clifford Evans]
  • Johnston Family Bible [Abraham Johnston & Susan Hamner, m.abt. 1800]
  • CVGA Librarian’s Report [Purchases and Acquisitions]

Spring 1991 (v. 9, no. 2)

  • Genealogical Publishing [Guide]
  • The Beverly Patent 1736 [Grantees’ Names 1738-1815]
  • Financial Report
  • Good Words on Genealogy [definitions]
  • A Tip of the Hat [to John Franklin Jameson, noted historian]
  • Harris Family Bible [John Gipson (Gibson) b. 1759]
  • Eubank Family of Albemarle County, Virginia
  • The Vertical File
  • Magazine Subscriptions of Questionable Quality
  • The Charlottesville/Albemarle Index [ACHS Index to Publications, Citation Code]

Summer 1991 (v. 9, no. 3)

  • What’s in a Name?
  • Trip to Handley Library, Winchester, Virginia
  • Membership Survey Results
  • From the President – The Tiny Tafel [Martin Davis]
  • Soundex Codes [Explanation & Illustrations]
  • The Welsh in America – Resource Listing
  • Bible Records
    • Maupin Family Bible [Pleasant & Lucy m. 1807]
    • Bible of Silas Vaughan (b. 1836), Rappahannock County, Virginia
  • Good Words
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881 [Albemarle County]

Fall 1991 (v. 9, no. 4)

  • Some Central Virginia Genealogies
    • Bailey Family of Albemarle
    • Hays Family of Greenwood, Albemarle
    • Dickinson Family of Louisa County
    • Cary Family
    • The Chewning Family of Louisa County
    • The Cosby Family of Stradbally, Ireland and Virginia
    • Dudley-Cosby Descent
    • The Dudley-Bailey Family of Virginia
  • More About the Tiny Tafel
  • Good Words [definitions]
  • Revolutionary Soldiers of Albemarle County [from Albemarle County Minute Book]
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Nelson County

Winter 1992 (v. 10, no. 1)

  • Linguistics and Family Names
  • Surname Research in Alderman Library – Bibliography
  • The Tafel Matching System
  • Good News for Civil War Buffs
  • Letter to the Editor
  • Errata – Some Central Virginia Genealogies
  • Good Words [definitions]
  • Revolutionary War Pension Claims – Albemarle County Minute Books
  • Some Central Virginia Genealogies, Part II
    • Sheltons of Louisa County, Virginia
    • Another Shelton Family of Louisa
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Albemarle County & Charlottesville, Nelson County
  • Depositions on the Jennings Family [Albemarle County Deed Book 64]

Spring 1992 (v. 10, no. 2)

  • County Court Records, Particularly Those of Louisa County
  • McGehee Family of Louisa County, Virginia [James McGehee b. circa 1740]
  • Some Records to be Found in the Louisa County Clerk’s Office
  • Suggested Printed Material for Louisa County, Virginia Research
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Louisa County
  • Genealogical Tidbits
  • Confederate Research Center
  • Good Words [definitions]
  • More Depositions on the Jennings Family [Albemarle County Deed Books]
  • Yet More Jennings Depositions
  • Virginia Migration: Early Settlers, Origins and Destinations
  • A Relationship Database

Summer 1992 (v. 10, no. 3)

  • Clark Genealogy [William Clark b. before 1736]
  • Genealogical Tidbit – Amherst County Order Book 1811-1814, page 41 [Micajah Terril]
  • Revolutionary War Records, Albemarle County Minute Book [Samuel Monday]
  • Auditor’s Financial Report
  • A History of The Central Virginia Genealogical Association
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880, Greene & Bath Counties

Autumn 1992 (v. 10, no. 4)

  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, United States Post Offices in Virginia
  • Seamonds – Wood Family [Ephraim Seamonds b. 1748]
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Amherst & Buckingham Counties
  • Book Reviews

Winter 1993 (v. 11, no. 1)

  • Computer Users Group Annual Report
  • People Found in Land Surveys of “Old” Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Some Genealogical Tidbits from Albemarle County, Virginia Order Book 1818-1819
  • Good Words [definitions]
  • Register of Deaths, Albemarle County, Virginia 1868
  • Register of Deaths within the District of D.W. Burnley, Commissioner of Revenue for Albemarle County, Virginia, District 2, 1867
  • Colored Deaths, 1867
  • An Alphabetical Extract of Death Register 1871 Rivanna Township, Albemarle County, Virginia, Found in Box 44, Old Papers, Virginia State Library & Archives

Spring 1993 (v. 11, no. 2)

  • Latin in Genealogy
  • People Found in Land Surveys of “Old” Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Librarian’s Report [Move to McIntyre[sic] Library]
  • Albemarle County Cemetery Survey
  • Registration of Births for Rivanna Township in 1871
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer 1880, Page County

Summer 1993 (v. 11, no. 3)

  • People Found in Land Surveys of Old Albemarle Co., Virginia [Surveyor’s Book 1, Part 1, 1744-1755]
  • Good Enough for Government Work: The U.S. Census
  • Albemarle County Cemetery Survey
  • Corrigenda: Seamonds – Wood Family (Volume 10, Number 4)
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer 1880, Page & Fluvanna Counties
  • Aids & Comforts for the Genealogist
  • Financial Report
  • The West Family [Thomas West b. before 1794]
  • Virginia Genealogical Society Spring Conference
  • 1993 National Genealogical Society Conference in Baltimore, Maryland

Autumn 1993 (v. 11, no. 4)

  • System of Catalog Civil War Soldiers
  • Census Records of Virginia in the University of Virginia Libraries (9-15-1993)
  • Jones Memorial Library
  • People Found in Land Surveys of Old Albemarle Co., Virginia [Surveyor’s Book 1, part 1]
  • The Hays Family of Western Albemarle County

Winter 1994 (v. 12, no. 1)

  • How Land Was Granted in Colonial Virginia with Selected Virginia Sources
  • Goochland County Land Entry Book, 1736-1743

 Spring 1994 (v. 12, no. 2)

  • The Detter – Dettor Family of York County, Pennsylvania & Virginia
  • University of Virginia Library Exhibit Honors Queen Charlotte of Great Britain
  • Goochland County Land Entry Book, 1736-1743 (cont.)
  • Powell Family Bible, Albemarle County, Virginia

Summer 1994 (v. 12, no. 3)

  • The Moseley Family of Middlesex County, Virginia
  • Goochland County Land Entry Book, 1736-1743 (cont.)
  • CVGA: A Brief History

Fall 1994 (v. 12, no. 4)

  • Albemarle County Land Entry Book, 1744-1749 [reconstructed from the Cabell Family Papers]
  • 1994 Index

NOTE: No Central Virginia Heritage was published in 1995

Winter 1996 (v. 13, no. 1)

  • Louisa County Order Book, 1742-1748
  • Fluvanna County Register of Freed Negroes
  • Estes Bible Records
  • Books & Journals Deposited in Historical Collections
  • Index

Spring 1996 (v. 13, no. 2)

  • Louisa County Order Book, 1742-1748
  • Fluvanna County Register of Freed Negroes
  • Walker – Kirtley Bible Records
  • Index

Summer 1996 (v. 13, no. 3)

  • Louisa County Order Book, 1742-1748
  • Fluvanna County Register of Freed Negroes
  • A Report on Prominent Whites and Freedmen – March-May 1867
  • Index

Fall 1996 (v. 13, no. 4)

  • Louisa County Order Book, 1742-1748
  • Fluvanna County Register of Freed Negroes
  • Bible Records in Alderman Library
  • Journals Deposited in the ACHS Library
  • Queries
  • Index

Winter 1997 (v. 14, no. 1)

  • 1996 Report
  • Louisa County Order Book, 1742-1748
  • Fluvanna County Register of Freed Negroes
  • Bible Records of William & Matilda (Rowe) Black
  • Index

Spring 1997 (v. 14, no. 2)

  • From the President – the Isherwood Saga
  • Louisa County Order Book, 1742-1748
  • Fluvanna County Register of Freed Negroes
  • CVGA Surname Exchange
  • Index

Summer 1997 (v. 14, no. 3)

  • Where Did They Come From? Why Did They Leave? – A Historical Perspective on our Immigrant Ancestors
  • The German Ancestry of the Detter/Dettor Family of Pennsylvania & Virginia
  • Index

Fall 1997 (v. 14, no. 4)

  • A Maryland – Virginia Migration
  • Two Branches on a Virginia Tree: Green & Jones
  • Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Amherst County
  • F. Lively Bible
  • Standards for Using Records, Repositories and Libraries
  • Standards for Sound Genealogical Research
  • CVGA Surname Exchange
  • Index

Winter 1998 (v. 15, no. 1)

  • The Shifting Forms of Surnames
  • Three Slave Lists in the Hubard Family Papers in the Manuscripts Department of the University of Virginia Library
  • Genealogical Records in the Augusta County Clerk’s Office
  • Extract from the 1840 Census: Fluvanna County Pensioners
  • Standards for Use of Technology in Genealogical Research
  • Index

Spring 1998 (v. 15, no. 2)

  • Burying Ground: On Doing Cemetery Research in Greene & Madison Counties, Virginia
  • More on Augusta County & Staunton
  • Piecing Together Families & Communities: Records of Some Families of Southwestern Albemarle & Nelson Counties
  • Bible Record of Robert Page & Mary Jane Murrell
  • Negroes Named in Relation to James Foster, Augustine Shepherd, George and Janett Murrell and Robert Page
  • Some Murrell Letters
  • Letter from Thomas Howarth
  • Civil War Memoirs of Thomas Jefferson Howarth
  • Index

Summer 1998 (v. 15, no. 3)

  • Bible Records of Graves Family
  • Letter from a Former Overseer for Thomas Jefferson
  • Letter to John Ashby from George Washington
  • Excerpts from Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Buckingham County
  • Index

Fall 1999 (v. 15, no. 4)

  • http://avenue.org/Community/Agencies/CVGA
  • Regarding Original Ownership of Land
  • Researching Orange County
  • Deserters [Revolutionary War]
  • Excerpts from the Catalogue of Locust Grove Academy
  • Excerpts from Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Augusta County and Staunton
  • Corrections
  • Index

Winter 1999 (v. 16, no. 1)

  • President’s Message
  • Scandinavian Naming Traditions
  • Researching in Nelson County Historical Society’s Files at the Nelson Memorial Branch of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library
  • Records in the Nelson County Clerk’s Office
  • Basic Information for Researching at the Nelson Court Clerk’s Office
  • Some Central Virginia Postal History – Post Offices & Postmaster Appointments: The Stampless Period
  • Massies Mill, Virginia, Poll Book, 1870
  • Index

Spring 1999 (v. 16, no. 2)

  • Henry Fogus/Fogas/Voges of Augusta & Albemarle Counties, Virginia
  • Nelson County Register of Free Negroes
  • Index

Summer 1999 (v. 16, no. 3)

  • Index to Greene County Virginia Graveyard Survey
  • Nelson County Register of Free Negroes, Part 2
  • New Items in the Charlottesville-Albemarle Historical Collection
  • Index

Fall 1999 (v. 16, no. 4)

  • A Few Thoughts on the Internet/Genealogy
  • Pursuing African-American Genealogy
  • Researching Southern Families
  • The Halls of Northwest Albemarle
  • John Steele: Soldier, Commissioner, First Secretary of Mississippi Territory & Delegate to the First Constitutional Convention of Mississippi, Part I
  • Index

Winter 2000 (v. 17, no. 1)

  • John Steele: Soldier, Commissioner, First Secretary of Mississippi Territory & Delegate to the First Mississippi Constitutional Convention, Part II
  • Avoiding Pitfalls in Genealogy
  • Roundtable Tips
  • Index

Spring 2000 (v. 17, no. 2)

  • Louisa County Order Book 1742-1748
  • Willis Redmond Parrish: Son of Central Virginia
  • Fluvanna County Research
  • Index

Summer 2000 (v. 17, no. 3)

  • Louisa County Order Book 1742-1748
  • Letters to Central Virginia Lawyers
  • Selected Highlights from Albemarle Fiduciary Book I
    • The Families Emancipated and Left a Legacy by Dr. Charles Everett, M.D.
    • Relating to Paupers received at the Poor House of Albemarle County
    • Relating to poor persons assisted elsewhere than at the Poor Farm
  • Index

Fall 2000 (v. 17, no. 4)

  • Louisa County Order Book 1742-1748
  • The Wells-Wood Alliance
  • Lynchburg and Charlottesville Stage Road Survey
  • Index

Winter 2001 (v. 18, no. 1)

  • Louisa County Order Book 1742-1748
  • Index

Spring 2001 (v. 18, no. 2)

  • Louisa County Order Book 1742-1748
  • Jane Chapman Slaughter: Virginia’s Daughter of the Modern Era
  • Index

Summer 2001 (v. 18, no. 3)

  • Louisa County Order Book 1742-1748
  • Will Book 1, Albemarle County, 1798-1844
  • Index

Autumn 2001 (v. 18, no. 4)

  • Regarding the Move of the National Genealogical Society’s Library
  • Will Book 1, Albemarle County, 1798-1844
  • Will of Thaddeus Kosciuszko
  • So Who Was Thaddeus Kosciuszko?
  • Index

Spring 2002 (v. 19, no. 1)

  • Excerpts from Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Counties of Culpeper and Madison
  • Preparing for the Release of the 1930 Census
  • Index

Summer 2002 (v. 19, no. 2)

  • Excerpts from Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Counties of Appomattox and Bath
  • Share your knowledge
  • The Struggle for Religious Freedom in Virginia, 1776-1786
  • Once Removed, Twice Removed??? Taking the Confusion Out of Removing.
  • Index

Fall 2002 (v. 19, no. 3)

  • Excerpts from Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Bedford County
  • Primogeniture and Entail in Colonial Virginia
  • Genealogy Computer Corner
  • Gleanings from The Washington Post – Charlottesville
  • Index

Winter 2002 (v. 19, no. 4)

  • Excerpts from Chastain’s Virginia Business Directory & Gazetteer, 1880-1881, Botetourt County
  • Charlottesville Gleanings from The Washington Post
  • Genealogy Computer Corner
  • Index

Spring 2003 (v. 20, no. 1)

  • Genealogical Recording for the Beginner
  • Heritage Scrapbooks – Your Family in Pictures
  • Genealogical Computer Corner: Using the Social Security Death Index

Summer 2002 (v. 20, no. 2)

  • William McCloud’s Pension Application
  • The Naturalization Records of Albemarle County & Charlottesville, 1800-1903
  • Index

Fall/Winter 2003 (v. 20, no. 3)

  • Is That a Genealogical Program in Your Pocket?
  • Revolutionary War & War of 1812 Pension References in the Albemarle Order, Law Order and Minute Books 1800-1900
  • Index

Spring 2004 (v. 21, no. 1)

  • References in the Albemarle Minute Books of the Civil War, 1861-1864
  • Index

Summer/Fall 2004 (v. 21, no. 2)

  • Computer Group Notes
  • Civil War Pensions Mentioned in the Albemarle County Minute Books
  • Index

Winter 2004 (v. 21, no. 3)

  • Albemarle County Court Orders Concerning Slavery Issues from 1800-1865
  • Index

Spring/Summer 2005 (v. 22, no. 1)

  • Residents of Monticello 1860-1878
  • Index

Fall/Winter 2004 (v. 22, no. 2-4)

  • Hill & Wood Funeral Home Records, 1958
  • Guardianships & Apprenticeships of Albemarle County as found in the Minute and Order Books of Albemarle from 1800-1900

Spring 2006 (v. 23, no. 1)

  • Guardianships & Apprenticeships of Albemarle County as found in the Minute and Order Books of Albemarle from 1800-1900, (surnames starting with C and D)
  • Editor’s Notes

Summer 2006 (v. 23, no. 2)

  • Guardianships & Apprenticeships of Albemarle County as found in the Minute and Order Books of Albemarle from 1800-1900, (surnames starting with E, F and G)

Fall 2006 (v. 23, no. 3)

  • Guardianships & Apprenticeships of Albemarle County as found in the Minute and Order Books of Albemarle from 1800-1900, (surnames starting with H, I, J & K)
  • Apprenticeships of the Surnames H from the Overseers of the Poor Book 1817-1887

Winter 2006 (v. 23, no. 4)

  • Guardianships & Apprenticeships of Albemarle County as found in the Minute and Order Books of Albemarle from 1800-1900, (surnames starting with L and M)
  • Apprenticeships of the Surnames L & M from the Overseers of the Poor Book, 1817-1887

Spring 2007 (v. 24, no. 1)

  • The Capture of the Renick Family: A Saga of the Colonial American Frontier
  • The Role of DNA Testing in Genealogical Research
  • Helpful Hint

Summer 2007 (v. 24, no. 2)

  • The Library of Virginia
  • Lynn Rainville’s June Program
  • Celtic Festivals Celebrating One’s Heritage
  • A Treasure Box Found
  • The Museum of Appalachia
  • Guardianships in the Albemarle Minute & Order Book 1800-1900 (surnames starting with N-Q)
  • The Disappearance of the Monticello Bank Gold Reserves in 1865: Information from the Commonwealth vs. George W. Bailey et al Case
  • Read the Fine Print!

Fall 2007 (v. 24, no. 3)

  • CVGA Meeting of September 8, 2007
  • The Rock
  • Guardianships in the Albemarle Order & Minute Books 1800-1900 (surnames starting with R-S)

Winter 2007 (v. 24, no. 4)

  • Misadventures in Searching for Homestead Records at the National Archives
  • Guardianships in the Albemarle Order & Minute Books 1800-1900 (surnames starting with T)
  • Robert Jefferson (Nephew of Thomas Jefferson), Owner of a Slave Family with the Surname ‘Jefferson’
  • Farms Where African-American Jeffersons Were Working (Albemarle Personal Property Tax)

Spring 2008 (v. 25, no. 1)

  • Family History Conference
  • Guardianships in the Albemarle Order & Minute Books 1800-1900 (surnames starting with W-Z)

Summer 2008 (v. 25, no. 2)

  • Cemetery Research
  • An Annotated DNA Book List
  • A Useful Toy for Genealogists and Others
  • Naturalization Records of Charlottesville and Albemarle 1900-1911
  • Photo of Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States of William Asa Orser
  • How to Research a Farm in Albemarle, Pre-and Post-Civil War

Fall 2008 (v. 25, no. 3)

  • Researching a Farm Pre- and Post-Civil War in Albemarle Using the Mathew Harris Farm as an Example

Winter 2009 (v. 25, no. 4)

  • Researching a Farm in Albemarle Pre- and Post-Civil War (Using the Matthew M. Harris Farm as an Example)

Spring/Summer 2009 (v. 26, no. 1-2)

  • VGS Spring Conference
  • Charlottesville Family History Conference
  • Hill & Wood Funeral Home Records, 1959

Fall/Winter 2009 (v. 26, no. 3-4)

  • The Fall Conference of the Virginia Genealogical Society
  • Minutes from the Computer Interest Group
  • My New WikiReader Venture
  • No Generic Ancestors
  • Dates of Birth Taken from Voter Registration, Fluvanna County, Virginia
  • Extracts from Annual Minutes of the Albemarle Baptist Association

Spring/Summer 2010 (v. 27, no. 1-2)

  • The 1990 & 2010 Censuses
  • Benefits of Joining a Local Genealogy Group
  • Minutes of Recent Computer Interest Group Meetings
  • 2010 Meeting Highlights
    • Sam Towler: The Court Doth Order
    • Shelley Murphy: The Challenges of Genealogy Research
    • Bob Roberts: Computers in Genealogy
    • Ann Early Shelton: A Visit from Sarah Thompson Brown
    • Dale Floyd: Military Records and the National Archives
  • How Mining the Census Can Answer “Little” Questions
  • Are You Related to the Siamese Twins?
  • Gratitude…and it Isn’t Even Thanksgiving!
  • Tips on How to Combat Challenges in Your Genealogy Research
  • The NGS Home Study Course
  • The Charlottesville Family History Conference Reports
    • Sharing Your Story Online-For Free!
    • What’s in Your DNA?
    • Cheat Sheets

Fall 2010 (v. 27, no. 3)

  • And the Walls Do Come Tumbling Down
  • July 2010 CIG Meeting Minutes
  • The Derelict
  • Manumission in Albemarle County: Part 1
  • Surname Exchange List

Winter 2010 (v. 27, no. 4)

  • Ten Commandments of Genealogy
  • September & October 2010 CIG Meeting Minutes
  • Albemarle County Courthouse “Cheat Sheets”
  • You Never Know What You Will Find Under a Tree
  • Manumission in Albemarle County: Part 2

Spring 2011 (v. 28, no. 1)

  • John Fletcher Hill (b. 1833 d. 1903)
  • Coming Soon! The 2011 Family History Conference
  • Books: The Amazon Kindle and Genealogy
  • 2010 CIG Meeting Minutes
  • A Visit to the National Archives in London

Summer 2011 (v. 28, no. 2)

  • Newspaper Archives
  • Family History Conference 2011 Wrap-up
  • Across the Realms
  • 2011 CIG Meeting Minutes

Fall 2011 (v. 28, no. 3)

  • Summer 2011 CIG Meeting Minutes
  • Research on “Buena Vista” Farm and the African-Americans There
  • Migrating to Ohio
  • Richard Henry Lewis, CSA, and Charles Jacob Morrison, USA: Family by Marriage, Enemies by War
  • After We’re Gone…
  • Surfin’ the Net

Winter 2011 (v. 28, no. 4)

  • CIG Meeting Minutes
  • Earthquake!
  • 1891 Charlottesville Land Book
  • Notes from the National Black Genealogy Summit

Spring 2012 (v. 29, no. 1)

  • Find A Grave
  • FamilySearch Indexing – A True Labor of Love
  • Free 1940 Census Release
  • A Little Success…

Summer 2012 (v. 29. No. 2)

  • Day Trips in Virginia
  • What to Attend?
  • The Cincinnati Panorama
  • Research Classes at the NGA 2012 Family History Conference
  • Lost in the Pennsylvania Archives?
  • DNA at NGS
  • Elizabeth Shown Mills – The FAN Principle

Fall 2012 (v. 29, no. 3)

  • The Computer Interest Group
  • Thinking Outside the Box to Enhance Your Genealogy Research
  • What Do I Do With My Research? Or, How to Have Your Hard Work Outlive You
  • Genealogy Research – Can You Do It All Online?

Winter 2012 (v. 29, no. 4)

  • CIG Meeting Reports
  • Testing, Testing, Testing…Getting Started in Genetic Genealogy

Spring/Fall 2013 (v. 30, no. 1-2)

  • Basic Military Research Tips to Get You Started
  • Reenactments
  • Robert Moore’s Journal Book for 1787: To Philadelphia
  • Brick Walls

Fall 2013 (v. 30, no. 3)

  • New CVGA Website
  • House Histories
  • Genealogy Road Trip: Winchester
  • Links to Central Virginia Genealogy Resources
  • The Scots-Irish or the Ulster Scots or the Scotch-Irish or the Northern Presbyterians: Just Who Were Those People?
  • A Photo Saved!

Winter 2013 (v. 30, no. 4)

  • A Letter to Grandmother
  • Genealogy or Family History
  • Online, Animated Version of the Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States

Spring 2014 (v. 31, no. 1)

  • Family Bible Information
  • Lifting Our Voices: 1861-1865
  • Len’s Wife
  • What’s the Evidence? Determining Where Govan Cureton Was Born

Summer 2014 (v. 31, no. 2)

  • Free Genealogy Websites
  • Announcing “How-To DNA” – A Multimedia How-To Guide for Genetic Genealogy
  • Free Family Records Forms from the Library of Congress
  • New Briefs

Fall/Winter 2014 (v. 31, no. 3-4)

  • Robert Moore’s Journal…A Week in Philadelphia – 1787
  • Two Men Named George Crank
  • Confederate Soldiers Interred in Maplewood Cemetery
  • National Genealogical Society’s 2015 Family History Conference Registration Open

NOTE: No Central Virginia Heritage was published in 2015.

Spring/Summer 2016 (v. 32, no. 1-2)

  • Genealogical Research at the Albemarle County Court House
  • The Charlie Summer
  • Virginia Newspaper Websites for the Researcher
  • How Do I Access the Central Virginia Heritage Archives?
  • Waller Holladay Lists of Slaves, 1854-1860
  • Earlysville Community Neighbors
  • Midwest African American Genealogy Institute
  • Time Travel: Centuries of Memories Federation of Genealogical Societies 2016 National Conference
  • 37th Annual National Conference of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society

Fall 2016 (v. 32, no. 3)

  • Excerpts from A Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services (1841)
  • Burial Records of Jewish Cemeteries in Central Virginia
  • Thomas M. Appling (1 Jan. 1832-ca. 22 Aug. 1862)
  • Hill & Wood Funeral Service Records: A Brief Overview
  • Hill & Wood Funeral Service Records Spreadsheet
  • Genetic Genealogy in Practice
  • Pension Testimony from Veterans of the American Revolution in Albemarle County
  • The Pension Act of 1818
  • An 18th-Century Pre-Nuptial Agreement from Fluvanna County
  • Three Lists of Negro Slaves Owned by Lewis Holladay of Bellefonte, Spotsylvania County, Va., 1800-1817
  • Spotsylvania County, VA, Tax Assessments, 1779-1780
  • Fluvanna Virginia Historical Society Transcription Project
  • Central Virginia Historical Organizations

Winter 2016 (v. 32, no. 4)

  • Division of the Negro Property of the Estate of William Morris of Louisa County, Virginia, 1832
  • Albemarle County Chancery Cases Preservation Project
  • Bernice Bennett To Speak About DNA and Genealogy
  • North Georgia Historic Newspapers Archive Expansion
  • Last Will and Testament of Benjamin Franklin, of St. Anne’s Parish, Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Early Broadus Wood High School History
  • The Wyatt Family of Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Reductions in Service at the Library of Virginia
  • The Times-Dispatch Genealogical Column: The Walker Family of Virginia
  • Castle Hill
  • James Govan Estate Settlement and Division of Slaves (1831-1835), Hanover County, Virginia
  • List of the Hire of Negroes belonging to the Orphans of Richard Terrell, Dec’d, of the County of Louisa County, Virginia, December 3d 1771
  • Funeral Home Records Available Online
  • Susan Emert Resigns as Vice-President of CVGA
  • Obituary: Priscilla Ann Dawson Kingston
  • Letter from Edward Govan to Mary Govan Hill, near Fredericksburg, VA, dated Nov. 17, 1831, Regarding the Division of Slaves of an Estate
  • From the CVGA Archives

Spring 2017 (v. 33, no. 1)

  • The Blue Ridge Heritage Project: Honoring the People Who Made Shenandoah National Park Possible
  • Freedman’s Bureau Transcription Project Completed!
  • The Rushes of Chestnut Grove: Our Family’s Journey from Slavery to Freedom
  • Polish Genealogical Society of America
  • A Letter from the Editor
  • Ehart’s Mill in Earlysville
  • 2017 Legacy Family Tree Webinar Series Announced
  • Midwest African American Genealogy Institute Celebrates Milestone Year!
  • Preserving the Daughters of Zion Cemetery in Charlottesville, VA
  • Research at the American Baptist Historical Society
  • Blanket Lists for 1817 & 1818 in the Account Book of John George Woolfolk for Shepherd’s Hill Plantation, 1811-1819
  • DNA Talk Rescheduled to March 14, 2017
  • The Times-Dispatch Genealogical Column: The Duke Family of Virginia
  • Hollywood Cemetery (Richmond, Virginia)
  • A Simple Way to Read Old Tombstones
  • The Bible Comes Back to the Family!
  • The Clark Allison Story
  • Packing List for a Genealogical Trip
  • Molecular Genealogy of a Mongol Queen’s Family and Her Possible Kinship with Genghis Khan

Summer 2017 (v. 33, no.2)

  • Preserving the Fountains of the National WCTU, by Diane Inman…p.1
  • Virginia Restores Funding!, by Judy G. Russell…p.4
  • Evidence Explained. 3rd edition, revised…p.5
  • Historical Obituary from the Daily Progress…p.6
  • Amherst County Museum and Historical Society…p.8
  • Fluvanna Historical Society, Palmyra, VA…p.8
  • The Heritage Museum/The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society…p.9
  • Petition to be Classified as White: Thomas Littlepage…p.10
  • A Treasure Box Found, by Robert F. Niehaus…p.11
  • Obituaries, Robert F. Niehaus & Martin R. Davis, Jr….p.11-13
  • “Ancestry for Virginians”…p.13
  • The Maury Family of Virginia…p.14
  • David Ross of Oxford Iron Works List of Slaves Owned…p.16
  • The Hamner Family of Central Virginia, by Jean L. Cooper…p.18
  • Burnley & ux vs. William Crenshaw Admr. & al. (Louisa County, 1801)…p.22
  • President’s Column, by Patricia Lukas…p.24

Fall 2017 (v. 33, no. 3)

  • CVGA’s 40th Anniversary…p.1
  • The Fluvanna County Courthouse, by Patricia Lukas…p.2
  • Virginia: Where African American Genealogy and History Begin…p.3
  • What’s the Evidence? Analyzing the Documents To Find Out Where Govan Cureton Was Born! by Shelley Murphy…p.4
  • How to Read Old Handwriting…p.13
  • Estate of Benjamin Gatewood, Caroline County, Virginia…p.14
  • Frederick W. Meerbach (17 Jan. 1814-ca. 1893), by Jean L. Cooper…p.17
  • A Jamison Family Puzzle, by Jane Davis…p.22
  • Last Will of John Williamson of Fluvanna County…p.23
  • Thanksgiving Memories, by Charles Conway Crenshaw…p.25
  • Congressional Cemetery, Washington, DC, by Jean L. Cooper…26
  • A Note From the Editor…p.28

Winter 2017 (v. 33, no. 4)

  • Searching for Mother Madison…p.1
  • Christmas Changes With the Years…p.3
  • Why Obituaries Contain Hidden Family Trees…p.5
  • “Buddy and the Chickens” Wins National DAR Literary Award!…p.7
  • Bill of Complaint of Robert M. Omohundro & Wife vs. James Jones…p.7
  • Bill of Complaint of Isabella Brown vs. William Brown…p.13
  • George Whitlocke & Wife vs. Margaret Higginbotham…p.15
  • Manumission of Judith, Pegg, and Ambrose…p.17
  • Will of John Douglass of Orange County, Virginia…p.17
  • John Murrey & Wife vs. Martha Matthews by &c….p.19
  • Genealogical Research Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania Has Shut Down…p.22
  • Aylett Family, King William County (Va.)…p.23
  • Registration Opens for the NGS 2018 Family History Conference…p.25
  • A Note From The Editor…p.25
  • President’s Column…p.26

Spring 2018 (v. 34, no. 1)

  • Finding Those County Line Changes, by Judy G. Russell p. 1
  • Four Freedom Documents from Albemarle County, VA, transcribed by Jean L. Cooper p. 3
  • Connecting the Pieces of a Chancery Cause, by Jean L. Cooper p. 6
  • Sheriffs of Nelson County, VA, Through 1925 p. 10
  • Sheriffs of Augusta County, VA, Through 2016 p. 10
  • Sheriffs of Albemarle County, VA, Through 2016 11
  • Getting Acquainted with the Revised Version of Find-A-Grave.com, by Ted Bainbridge p. 12
  • Will of Andrew McWilliams, Albemarle County, VA, 1772, transcribed by Jane J. Davis p. 15
  • The Key to Understanding Family Relationships p. 16
  • Diane Keeton Files Donated to CVGA, by Patricia Lukas p. 19
  • Index of Surnames in the Keeton Files p. 20
  • Passenger Lists to Virginia Before 1820, by Lorine McGinnis Schulze p. 23
  • Two Alexander Moseleys, by Joanne L. Yeck p. 24
  • President’s Column by Patricia Lukas, p. 26
  • Family Relationship Chart p. 28

Summer 2018 (v.34 no.2)

  • Lost Jeffersons / Joanne L. Yeck. p.1.
  • Two indentures of the Eastin Family, Orange County, VA. p.4.
  • Register of Negroes Owned in Buckingham County, VA, by Robert T. Hubard, 1841-1859. p.6.
  • A Visit to Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church in Augusta County, VA / Jean L. Cooper. p.8.
  • James Madison and the Louisiana 16 / Patricia Lukas. p.10.
  • Poppin’ the Trunk in Charles Town, WV / Dr. Shelley Murphy. p.11.
  • Estate of Dr. Samuel Griffin Died January 24, 1812, Bedford County, VA / Jean L. Cooper. p.14.
  • Sheriffs of Nelson County Updated to 2018 / Becky Howard. p.19.
  • Sheriffs of Fluvanna County from 1777 to the Present / Tricia Johnson. p.20.
  • Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps Now Online / Jean L. Cooper. p.21.
  • Always Keep Backups of Your Online Genealogy Information / Dick Eastman. p.23.

Fall 2018 (v.34 no.3)

  • Learning to Search for Ancestors in Charlottesville, Virginia
  • The Genealogical Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, by Diane Inman
  • Preservation Grants for Presbyterian Churches
  • Out of the Frying Pan and into the Fire, by Joanne L. Yeck
  • Census Instructions
  • Are You Missing Most of the Available Genealogy Information? by Dick Eastman
  • Benjamin Bartley, Free Negro Registration, 1808
  • Three Allen Wills From Buckingham County, Virginia
  • The Southall Family of Virginia
  • Crowd-Sourcing on Zooniverse.org
  • President’s Column, by Patricia Lukas
  • Fredericksburg National Cemetery
  • Rockingham County Cemetery Indexes
  • Basic Steps for African American Slave Research, by Dr. Shelley Murphy [only in electronic edition]

Winter 2018 (v.34 no.4)

  • A Country Thanksgiving, by Charles C. Crenshaw
  • Connections to the Mayflower Society, a letter from Andrew Gutkowski
  • Buckingham County Gold: The Allen Family Papers, by Joanne L. Yeck
  • Records of Ante-Bellum Southern Plantations for Family Historians, by Jean L. Cooper
  • What’s All This About DNA? by Diane Inman
  • W. Layne Died At Sea
  • Marriage Announcements in the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA) March-May, 1893
  • Last Will & Testament of Samuel Overton of Hanover County, VA (1812)
  • Two Eastin Documents from Orange County, VA
  • Spanish Influenza in Central Virginia, 1918, by Patricia Lukas
  • President’s Column, by Patricia Lukas
  • Comparison of Major DNA Testing Companies, by Deborah R. Harvey

Spring 2019 (v.35 no.1)

  • Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way: Dissecting Last Wishes in Three Buckingham County Wills, by Joanne L. Yeck
  • Buckingham County 1764 Tithable List & 1782 Personal Property Tax, by Joanne L. Yeck
  • Planning Your Cemetery Research, by Susan DuBar
  • Marriage Announcements in the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA) June 1983, by Diane Inman
  • New Jersey to Virginia: Murphy–Henry/Hendry—Borden, by Dr. Shelley Murphy
  • Library of Virginia and Virginia Museum of History and Culture Combine Databases of Enslaved Virginians
  • Statue of George Washington by Jean Antoine Houdon, by Jean L. Cooper
  • Some Musings on the U.S. Census and Birth Dates, by Jean L. Cooper

Summer 2019 (v.35 no.2)

  • Margaret’s Letter by Karen Lucas Williams
  • Diuguid Funeral Home Database, Lynchburg, VA
  • Dogwood Vietnam Memorial, by Charles C. Crenshaw
  • Armed Forces Medical Examiner System: The DNA Identification Laboratory, by Diane Inman
  • The Story of Bleak House, by Alice Cannon

Fall 2019 (v.35 no.3)

  • Chestnut Grove Baptist Church History, by Charles Conway Crenshaw
  • One Man’s Black Sheep … is Another Man’s Local Hero: Discovering Gene Harris and Chicago’s Club Alabam, by Joanne L. Yeck
  • The Spiller Family of Buckingham County, Virginia, by Karen Lucas Williams
  • Will of Mary “Polly” (Spears) Spiller, Buckingham County, Virginia (circa 1848)
  • Documents from the Case of James M. Spiller, etc. vs. Reuben Sorrell, Hanover County, Virginia, including the Will of James Spears (1833)
  • Henry Spiller & Wife vs. Mary Calvert, Culpeper County, VA, including the Will of Ralls Calvert, Culpeper County, VA
  • Marriage Announcements in the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA), August-December, 1894, by Diane Inman
  • Gathering to Share African American History and Genealogy in Central VA, by Andi Cumbo-Floyd
  • The Tale of a Black Sheep: Stephen Price Maury, compiled and annotated by Richard L. Nicholas
  • Fluvanna Historical Society Preserves Court Records, by Tricia Johnson
  • Fluvanna County Circuit Court Awarded Grant to Preserve Local Records
  • August 2019 CVGA Field Trip to Oakland, Nelson County, VA

Winter 2019 (v.35 no.4)

  • The Robert Watkins Files, Campbell County, Virginia, by Jean L. Cooper
  • Susan J. (Diuguid) Spiller, by Karen Lucas Williams
  • Marriage Announcements in the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA) January 1895, by Diane Inman
  • A Forty-Two-Year Family Search in the Age of DNA, by Samuel Hayes III
  • Obituary – Wilda Lara Dickerson Crenshaw Mann, by Charles Conway Crenshaw
  • Botetourt County Genealogy Fair, 2020
  • Books: The Blackest Sheep — Echoes From My Heart — Hidden Wills
  • Sheriffs of Amelia County, VA, by Jean L. Cooper

Spring 2020 (v.36 no.1)

  • Life In 1940s Earlysville, by Charles Conway Crenshaw
  • No Stone Left Unturned: The Papers of Walter Lloyd Fontaine, by Joanne L. Yeck
  • Marriage Announcements in the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA) February 1895, transcribed by Diane Inman
  • Jack Jouett: Revolutionary Rider, by Judy Bloodgood Bander (Woodside Publishers, 2014). A book review by Jean L. Cooper
  • The Jouett Family in Central Virginia, by Jean L. Cooper
  • What Are Finding Aids?
  • No Worries, My Will Gives Away My Genealogy Stuff, by Michael John Neill
  • The Freshest Advices; Buckingham County, Virginia, Genealogical Records from Newspapers, 1736-1850, by Randy Crouse, A Review by Joanne L. Yeck
  • Charles Wesley Lusk, Jr. (1914-2005), A distinguished University of Virginia alumnus, by Diane Inman
  • Settlement of the Estate of Samuel Griffin of Bedford County, VA, died 1812, Transcribed by Jean L. Cooper

Summer 2020 (v.36 no.2)

  • The Dwelling House at Snowden, by Joanne L. Yeck
  • African-American Men in the 1867 Fluvanna County (VA) Personal Property Tax Books (A-G), by Sam Towler
  • Marriage Announcements in the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA) March 1895, transcribed by Diane Inman
  • The Estate of Henry Pendleton of Louisa County, Virginia, by Jean L. Cooper

Fall 2020 (v.36 no.3)

  • Marriage Announcements in the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA), April 1895, by Diane Inman
  • African-American Men in the 1867 Fluvanna County (VA) Personal Property Tax Books, Part 2, H-Q, by Sam Towler
  • Dealing With COVID-19 in Earlysville, Virginia, by Charles C. Crenshaw
  • Birdwood, Albemarle County, VA
  • Records of Probate for a Typical Slave-holding Estate, by David E. Paterson

Winter 2020 (v.36 no.4)

  • Don’t Discard That Receipt: The Use of Ephemera in Genealogical Research, by Andi Cumbo-Floyd
  • African-American Men in the 1867 Fluvanna County (VA) Personal Property Tax Books, Part 3, R-Z, by Sam Towler
  • List of Virginia Cohabitation Registers and Marriage Lists Available Online, by Jean L. Cooper
  • Connecting Pre-1865 Enslaved Families With Entries in the U.S. Federal Census of 1870: A Case Study, by Jean L. Cooper
  • Social Security Numbers, by Diane Inman
  • Finding the Fallen, by Diane Inman
  • Archer Family of Powhatan County, Virginia, by Jean L. Cooper
  • Obituaries: George Edward Vandenhoff Jr. and Sylvia Louise Jones

Spring/Summer 2021 (v.37 no.1/2)

  • Try a New Approach for Genealogy Research During [the] Pandemic, by the Augusta (GA) Genealogical Society
  • Original Versus Derivative, by Michael John Neill
  • John Burnley vs. William Crenshaw, Louisa County, VA, 1801
  • 1918 Pandemic, by Susan DuBar
  • Marriage Announcements in the Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA) May-July 1895, by Diane Inman
  • Division of the Slaves of Thomas Jackson, dec’d., Louisa County, VA, February, 1802
  • Joel Parrish & Wife v. Executors of David Shepherd, et al., Fluvanna County, Virginia, 1806-1808
  • List of Amelia County (VA) Sheriffs, 1735-2021
  • List of Greene County (VA) Sheriffs, 1838-2021
  • List of Appomattox County (VA) Sheriffs, 1845-2021
  • Cary Family (Virginia and Maryland) by Jean L. Cooper
  • Charles William Cary (20 Sep 1826-23 Aug 1852), by Jean L. Cooper
  • Estate of Elias Palmer, dec’d., Campbell County, VA, 1833-34