Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: A History of Frederick County, Virginia (illustrated) from Its Formation in 1738 to 1908

Eddy Press Corporation, 1909 - 587 sider
This is an exhaustive regional history of the parent county of nine present-day Virginia or West Virginia counties. It features several hundred detailed genealogical and biographical sketches of early families of old Frederick County. With an improved index

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Daniel Morgan Life of
Homesteads Colonial and Others
Homesteads of Frederick County
Homesteads and Biographical Notices
The Court House Winchester 138
Homesteads and Biographical Notices Continued
The Old Market Square Winchester 223
The John Brown Raid
The Civil War Army at Harpers Ferry and First Manassas
Jackson at Winchester Bath Campaign Loring and Jackson
Jacksons Evacuation of Winchester and Valley Campaign
Battle of Port Republic
Jackson Reinforces General Lee at Chickahominy 2nd Battle of Manassas Battle of Sharpsburg On the Rappahannock Fredericksburg
Emancipation Proclamation Effect on Both Armies The Campaign in Spring of 63 Death of Stonewall Jackson
The Valley Army After Jacksons Death
Army of Northern Virginia on the Rappidan Winter Quarters Genl Early in the Shenandoah Valley
Battle of The Wilderness Hunter Early and Sheridan in the Valley Battle of Winchester Earlys Retreat Battle of Cedar Creek Early Relieved of Comm...
Fall of Richmond Appomattox and Surrender
Biographical Sketches
The Pioneers of the Upper Valley
Frederick County at this Writing
Appendix No 1House of Burgesses House of Delegates State Senate from 17431908 List of Members of
Appendix No 2Governors of Virginia Colonial and State
Appendix No 3Board of Supervisors 18701908 List of Members of
Appendix No 5Fairfax and Hite Suit
Appendix No 7James Rumsey and the First Steamboat
Appendix No 8The Negro

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