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Bland County Virginia

Map of Va: Bland CountyBland County was created on 30 March 1861 from part of Giles, Wythe, and Tazewell counties and named for Richard Bland, a Revolutionary leader in the colony. Its borders have remained unchanged save for a boundary adjustment in 1900. At that time all the land drained by the Dry Fork Creek watershed was transferred from Giles County into Bland.
For a better understanding of county boundary changes, see our new section Virginia in Maps

Robert & Judy Hetherington, 2001.
An accurate transcription of the marriage records currently held at the Bland County Courthouse, this book presents these data in a form that is easy to use: 8" x 11", landscape-orientation format. An alphabetized index is included at the end of this book to assist the reader in locating marriage records. It contains 249 SURNAMES and over 8,000 names in all. When possible census data was utilized to verify and/or identify names which were nearly illegible. It should be noted that oftentimes a clerk recorded only initials and sometimes variations in the spelling of names occurred. The names of parents and occupation of the groom are included as is the name of the minister who performed the marriage. Readers will find this book helpful for any study of family histories in Bland County.
[Blan] $27.00
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The parent county for Bland is Wythe County

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