Manuscript Collection Catalog
Three typescripts of Flood family history.
Photocopies of pages from the Rodes family bible, 1801-1941.
A copy of the descendants of William Norris of Albemarle County and related families.
This is the family history of Obadiah Britt of Albemarle County, Virginia.
Genealogical files about the Chaffin family.
Legal analysis and actions by the Firm of Watson & Perkins for clients in the purchase of Lot 35 in Charlottesville, which was once owned by Nancy West and Eston Hemmings.
This typed manuscript is a list of all the teacher’s names and the sources of information about them found to date.
This collection is three letters addressed to Mrs. J.A.G. Davis of Greenwood, Virginia.
Papers relating to the Martin Family and including items on Thomas Martin (1799-1870) born in Charlottesville, Va.
Photocopies of Robinson family records.
Katherine Hill Hutchins (1869-1968) lived at Birdwood in her youth and attended Albemarle Female Institute.
This family genealogy is in the form of genealogical charts compiled by the Rev. McLaren Brydon.
A pre-publication typescript of “Albemarle In Imaginative Literature: A Survey of Fiction, Poetry, and Drama from the Albemarle Bookshelf;” by Douglas W. Tanner. This was later published in the Magazine of Albemarle County History, Vol. 32, 1974.
Photocopies of the family records from the James Minor (1785-1828) bible.
This typescript details the Watson family of Amherst County, Virginia.
Excerpts from A Maupin Genealogy by Dr. Socrates Maupin.
This typescript details the Garland family of New Kent and Hanover Counties, Virginia.
The excerpts deal primarily with those members of the Staples family in Kentucky and Virginia; the Virginia members are mainly from Albemarle and Henry Counties, Virginia.
The genealogical records of Albemarle County Historical Society members.
Genealogies of the Shiflet and Shifflett family.
Family trees of Dr. Samuel Waddy Tompkins and Giles Tompkins of Albemarle County, Virginia.
Photocopies from the National Archives of records, 1783-1833, relating to the service of Benjamin Marshall (1760-1840) of Albemarle County, Va. and Stokes County, Nc. during the American Revolution.
The book Ancestors of Dallas Genealogical Society Members, 1978.
Photocopies of the journal of Langdon C. Major of Culpeper County, Virginia.
Materials from the Virginia Society, Daughters of the American Colonists and Scrapbook Material from the Daughters of the War of 1812
This collection contains materials from the General John Smith Chapter of the Daughters of the War of 1812, along with items for the Jack Jouett Chapter NSDAR.
This is a typed manuscript about the history of Free Union, Va. and its post office.
A photocopy of the article “William Strother, of Virginia, and his Descendants.”
The descendants of John Lewis, founder of Staunton in Augusta County, Va.
Excerpts for the John Carter (1690-1741) and Charles Spencer (1771-1829) families.
This is a collection of documents relating to various activities of the Albemarle County Historical Society from 1953 to 1959.
This is a bound typescript of The White Family of Albemarle County, Virginia by John W. Williams, III, July 1977. It includes transcriptions of wills, marriage bonds, and deeds, and also discusses various properties owned by the White family such as “Quarter Place,” “Linden,” “Anchorage,” “Pagebrook,” and “Lewis Level.”
This is a collection of four letters sent to Thomas S. Bocock (1815-1891) of Appomattox County and Lynchburg, Va.
A typed manuscript about early Native American settlements in Albemarle County, Va.
The descendants of Robert Page, Sr., of Albemarle County, Va.
The family genealogy of the Bentley family.
A photocopy of the Wiant Family Bible Records, 1783-1854.
Information on the John Fendall Carr (1764-1838) family.
Membership List of the Sand Run Baptist Church, Francisville, Boone County, Kentucky, 20 March 1819 – July 1850
Transcription of the Sand Run Baptist Church (Francisville, Boone Co., Ky.) membership list.
This collections traces the Harlow family in Central Virginia.
A biographical sketch of Eugene Davis, along with selected and transcribed family letters.
A short history of Charlottesville and Albemarle County between 1800-1820 that describes such visitors and institutions as Kościuszko, Lafayette, the Agricultural Society of Albemarle, and the Birdwood Jockey Club, among many others.
A bound copy of bible records from Charlottesville and Albemarle County families compiled by the Shadwell Chapter of the NSDAR, 1976.
Genealogical data on the Duffield Family of Pennsylvania, New York West Virginia, New Jersey, and Ohio.
Photocopies of bible records of the Davis Family of Virginia, presented to [the] Genealogical Library of Albemarle County Historical Museum, 1976, by Shadwell Chapter, NSDAR, Charlottesville, Virginia.
The collection contains a scrapbook of Ida Valentine, daughter of Robert. P. Valentine, along with miscellaneous correspondence of R.P. Valentine of Charlottesville, Va.
Collection of materials pertaining to Neve Hall and the mission churches in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Two short story manuscripts by Mary Hosmer Wiley and Wallace T. Palmer, plus notes on the land transactions for President James Monroe and his plantation Highland in Albemarle County, Va.
Photocopy of Lunenburg County (Va) Justice of the Peace Appointments, 1751.
Family group sheet of the Everett Marrs Compton (1904-1961) family of Johns Creek, Kentucky.
Information about the Luvenia Chisolm (1837-1902) family of Albemarle County, Va.