Welcome to Grayson County, Virginia

My name is LaRae Halsey-Brooks, and my daughter,
Eireann Brooks, and I are the County Co-Coordinators
for the Grayson County VAGenWeb Project.
I've been researching our Grayson, Ashe, and Alleghany County families --
Halsey, McMillan/McLamont, Gambill, Landreth, Wyatt,
Hackler/Hechler, Grayson, Nall, Davenport, Peak, Young, and Weaver --
for 30+ years, and now I take great pleasure in transcribing
and posting records for all of Grayson County.

My daughter Eireann and I have been creating and maintaining
County and Special Project webpages for the USGenWeb for 19 years.
If you would like to contribute Biographical Sketches of your
Grayson County families to this website, please let us know.
We will be happy to create a special page for your material
and include any photographs, scanned documents,
or other items you'd like to add to the page.
We also would like a list of your Grayson County Surnames
with dates and townships. We'll include a link back
so others researching your families can contact you.
If you live in or near Grayson County and would like to
take digital photographs of cemeteries and tombstones,
please let us know.
If you have access to existing cemetery transcriptions,
land records, tax rolls, school class rosters/photos, etc.,
we would be most grateful for any and all submissions.
If you are interested in hosting another county
in Virginia for the VAGenWeb Project,
adoptable counties can be found on VAGenWeb,
or you may contact Virginia State Coordinator Freddie L. Spradlin.

 Please check back within the next couple of weeks
as we add new records to the page!
Thank you!
LaRae & Eireann

About Grayson County

Grayson County was formed in 1793 from part of Wythe County
and was named for William Grayson, delegate to the Continental Congress
from 1784 to 1787 and one of the first two U.S. Senators from Virginia. 
The county seat is Independence.

Grayson is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and
embraced on the north by Wythe County, on the west by
Smyth and Washington Counties, Carroll County on the east,
and touches North Carolina and the northeastern tip
of Tennessee on the southern borders.

To post your Queries, Biographies, Bible Records, Deeds, Obituaries, Pensions, and Wills, please
visit the Rootsweb Message Board for
Grayson County, Virginia.

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Grayson County Co-Coordinators:
LaRae Halsey-Brooks & Eireann Brooks

This page was last updated November 14, 2017.

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for the VAGenWeb Project