The works of William Armstrong Crozier are so well known that they require little introduction. In 1905, Crozier launched an ambitious series entitled Virginia County Records. The series, which was originally published in magazine format, ended eight years later after ten volumes in the first series and one in a new series had been published. Since a number of the Crozier books have been out of print for some time, Clearfield Company is pleased to make five of the volumes available to genealogists in paperback editions. With the exception of Volume I (New Series), which focuses on Westmoreland County, the articles in these reprints range over numerous Virginia counties and record categories.
There is no duplication of information in any of the four “Miscellaneous” volumes; however, since the contents of volumes VI, VII, IX and X were originally prepared for a periodical, researchers will find that the same record subject (e.g., Accomack County Land Grants) is often treated in more than one volume. In such cases, researchers may wish to acquire all the Miscellaneous volumes related to their county(ies) of interest.
Volume VI [Miscellaneous County Records]: Accomack Co. Land Grants; Caroline Co. Marriage Bonds; Cumberland Co. Land Grants; Dinwiddie Co. Land Grants; Elizabeth City Co. Wills and Land Grants; Fauquier Co. Land Grants and Militia Lists; Fincastle Co. Land Grants; Goochland Co. Land Grants and Marriage Bonds; Halifax Co. Land Grants; Hanover Co. Wills; Henrico Co. Land Grants; Isle of Wight Co. Land Grants; King and Queen Co. Land Grants; Lancaster Co. Land Grants; Loudoun Co. Land Grants; New Kent Co. Land Grants; Norfolk Co. Marriage Bonds; Northampton Co. Wills, Land Grants and Marriage Bonds; Northumberland Co. Land Grants; Orange Co. Marriage Bonds; Prince George Co. Land Grants; Rappahannock Co. Wills; Rappahannock Co. Wills and Land Grants; Richmond Co. Wills; Surry Co. Records; Sussex Co. Land Grants; Westmoreland Co. Land Grants; York Co. Wills and Land Grants; Lists of Early Settlers, Militia, and Revolutionary Soldiers; and Family Histories of Anderson, Fitzhugh, Strother, Taylor, and Walton. With an index of 10,000 names.