ship logoGeneral Reference GuidesCensus RecordsMilitary RecordsOther StatesNew TitlesE-Books
    Home       Reference   Census Records   Military   Other States   New Titles   E-BOOKS

Iberian Publishing Company's On-Line Catalog:
Independent City of Norton


Located in Wise County. The earliest settlement on the town's present site was called Prince's Flats and was named for William Prince, who settled in the area about 1787. It's name was changed to Norton to honor the president of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, in 1891. Shortly thereafter, in 1894, Norton became an incorporated town and then in 1954 it was elevated to city status. See Wise County for Norton's records.

For a better understanding of county boundary changes, see our new section Virginia in Maps

For more records pertaining to the Independent City of NORTON, VIRGINIA see:



|| Virginia/W.Va. || General Reference || Military Records ||
|| Other States || Genealogy Links || New Titles
|| Home Page || E-Books ||

Copyright 2014 Iberian Publishing Company