These resources provide helpful links, articles, and information related to Virginia genealogy. Filtering by category allows you to further refine your search to identify those resources added to the website in a specific time period.
Researchers provides a listing of VGS-society member genealogists available to conduct research for others. VGS does not endorse any of these researchers, but provides the information as a member benefit.
Virginia Business Records provides access to a searchable database of business records catalogued with potential value to the genealogical researcher.
The Virtual Virginia Institute for Genealogical Research (VIGR) provides genealogical educational material for the serious genealogist.
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Described as "an authoritative and user-friendly resource on the history and culture of Virginia," this site is a project of Virginia Humanities in partnership with the Library of Virginia.
From the website: "Encyclopedia Virginia anthologizes the best and most current scholarship that exists on a given topic. In particular, our sections on Virginia Indians and the African American experience in Virginia are of a depth and breadth that is unavailable elsewhere on the web. Many of our media objects are also unavailable elsewhere and are published courtesy of partnerships with museums and cultural institutions in Virginia, the United States, and Great Britain."
Last Updated: 1 September 2020
Provides information on all the record types that can be investigated for an indentured servant ancestor. British sources are enumerated and explored.
Last Updated: 27 January 2021