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Alleghany County Virginia


Map of Va: Alleghany CountyAlleghany County was formed from Bath, Botetourt and Monroe (W.Va.) counties in 1822 and named for the mountain chain which runs through the region. On the north it borders Bath County; on the east, Rockbridge; Botetourt on the southeast, and to the south, Craig (Botetourt prior to 1851). Alleghany's western boundary was with Monroe until a portion was transferred to Greenbrier in 1827. Between 1842 and 1866 a number of minor border adjustments were made with Bath, Craig, and Monroe counties.

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Death Records of Alleghany CO., VA and Nearby Counties transcribed by Virginia E. Smith. 2004, 10 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, 187 pages. br>
This publication contains a wealth of information including:
  • Deaths from a variety of sources
  • The newspaper Alleghany Tribune, years 11 July 1879 to 1883
  • The newspaper Clifton Forge & Iron Gate Review, 11 April 1890 to 25 August 1893
  • Records from the Alleghany Court. From pages of Several books, several that found were not complete. Also from Coroner Records in Alleghany Court.
  • Records taken from the newspaper Alleghany Sentinel, 11 July 1890 to 17 October 1890.
  • Records taken from the newspaper Clifton Forge Review, 1. September 1893 to 19 February 1897.
  • Mortality records for the year 1850 from the State Archives. These were taken at the same time as the census. All Records dated July through December are for the year before the census. Since most of the census were taken in June and July of the year of census. This is true of each set of Mortality records.
  • Mortality records for the year 1860.
  • Mortality records for the year 1870.
  • Mortality records for the year 1880.
  • Death records of Alleghany County people found in Botetourt County Records.

Each entry contains the following:
  • Name in full (any numbers where found)
  • Age
  • Birth (place and/or date)
  • Color
  • Sex
  • Married
  • Death Date
  • Cause of Death
  • Place of Death
  • Father
  • Mother
  • Person Reporting Death

Example: Wilson, Sarah J. (300) age 14 yrs., b. Alleghany County, Va., white, female, d. 1 Nov. 1859, cause heart disease, on Casteel Run, Alleghany County, Va., d/o James M. Wilson, father rept.. In the early records, the cause of death was often spelled as the person writing down the information thought they were spelled, The author left these as she found them, often misspelled, but accurately transcribed.

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Alleghany County, Virginia Marriages, 1822-1854 by Alleghany Highlands Genealogical Society. vi, 120 pages, 8 1/2X11.

This book contains a careful abstraction of the marriages recorded in the first marriage register of Alleghany County, Virginia and includes photostats of original records for comparison and reference.

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The Federal Censuses of 1830, 1840 and 1850 for Alleghany County, Virginia by Nora B. Martin. vi, 118 pages, introduction, map,index. 5 1/2X 8 1/2 format.

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The Federal Census of 1870 for Alleghany County, Virginia by Nora B. Martin. vi, 122 pages, introduction, map,index. 5 1/2X 8 1/2 format.

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