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Mercer County Virginia
Mercer County's settlement began in the mid 1770s, but it was not formed until 1837 from portions of Giles and Tazewell counties. Like its predecessor of the same name in Kentucky, the county was named in honor of General Hugh Mercer, of Fredericksburg, who was killed at the Battle of Princeton, New Jersey, during the American Revolution. Summers County took a parcel of Mercer land in 1871.
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SMYTH CO. VA. SELECTED DEATH RECORDS & MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS (ANNOTATED), 1853-1939
Researched and abstracted by Thomas Jack Hockett; compiled by Donald Helton. iv,204pp., every-name index (8.25" x 10.75" paperback). The author has gathered together more than four thousand death records from Smyth and surrounding counties (Grayson, Wythe, Mercer). The majority of the records carry annotations drawn from a myriad of sources.
The volume also contains the records of Smyth Countians who died in Mercer County, WV, as well as some Smyth County Migrations (3) and a listing of miscellaneous Smyth County Birth Records. This is an important resource for researchers working in the southwest Virginia area.
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