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Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. Vol. VI: (Virginia)
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Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. Vol. VI: (Virginia). William Wade Hinshaw. Paperback, (1950), 1993, Index, 1,049 pp.
The sixth volume of this monumental reference work (see also Items 2731-G, 2732-G, 2733-G, 2734-G, and 2735-G) deals with Virginia Quaker genealogical records. The Virginia Yearly Meeting (later disbanded and attached to Baltimore Yearly Meeting) comprised thirteen monthly meetings and all particular meetings ever established within the state of Virginia with the following exceptions: (1) those particular meetings west of the Blue Ridge in the Valley of Virginia and those immediately south of the Potomac (belonging to Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and later Baltimore Yearly Meeting), and (2) the nine particular meetings in the extreme southwestern part of the state (belonging to North Carolina Yearly Meeting).
As in the preceding volumes, births, marriages and deaths are arranged by monthly meeting, then alphabetically by family name and thereunder chronologically, with all names listed in the index at the end of the book. Records contained herein refer to the following monthly meetings: Chuckatuck, Pagan Creek, Western Branch, Black Water, Upper, Henrico, Cedar Creek, Camp Creek, South River, Goose Creek (Bedford Co.), Hopewell, Fairfax, Crooked Run, Goose Creek (Loudoun Co.), and Alexandria.