A History of Caroline County, Virginia from Its Formation in 1727 to 1924 to Which Is Appended "A Discourse of Virginia" by Edward Maria Wingfield, First Governor of the Colony of Virginia
Wingfield’s Caroline County is the definitive genealogical sourcebook on its subject, containing numerous lists of names as well as genealogies and biographical sketches of the county’s prominent citizens and early inhabitants. Included among the valuable lists are Revolutionary Soldiers from Caroline County; Officers in the Militia During the Revolution; Land Grants, 1728-1793; First Survey Book, 1729-1762; Obituary Notices, 1800-1838; Clerks and Officials; Caroline County Estates; Church Members; Committee of Safety; and Marriage Bonds.
Featured in this work are genealogies of the following families: Armistead, Athey, Baylor, Blanton, Boulware, Boutwell, Bowie, Broaddus, Burke, Campbell, Carter, Chandler, Chapman, Coghill, Coleman, Corbin, DeJarnette, Dew, Dickinson, Dorsey, Garrett, Gatewood, George, Glassel, Hawes, Hurt, Martin, Minor, Moncure, Motley, Peatross, Pratt, Redd, Ricks, Scott, Smith, Sutton, Taliaferro, Taylor, Terrell, Thomas, Thornton, Waller, Washington, Woolfolk, and Wyatt.
1924, (2005), paper, 528 pp.