Loudoun County, Virginia, USGENWEB Homepage




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According to "Marriages of Loudoun County, 1757-1853" by Mary Alice Wertz:  "Loudoun County was formed from Fairfax County, which was primarily Truro Parish, in 1757.  In October 1748, Truro was divided at Difficult Run and the upper part became Cameron Parish.  When Loudoun was created, it's boundaries were essentially those of Cameron Parish; on the north it was bounded by the Potomac River; on the south by Prince William County (which later became Fauquier); on the east by Difficult Run; and on the west by the Blue Ridge Mountains.  In 1770, Shelburne Parish was created from the western part of Cameron and included, generally, the land west of Goose Creek running to the Blue Ridge"

Early History of Loudoun County

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Surname Index: Loudoun Co., VA

Tombstones in the Old and New Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemeteries
  near Bloomfield, Loudoun Co, Va
  Family of William and Nancy (Robertson) Adams
  Contributed by Carol Adams


Genealogy Resources for Loudoun County, Virginia

Look-Ups and Research Materials
Vital Records Information
Office of Vital Records 
Richmond, Virginia
Genealogical Organizations
Personal Web Pages
 LDS Microfilm Available
Migration of Families
Loudoun Co., Virginia to Ohio
Some Transcriptions of Birth, Bible, Marriage, Deeds, Newspapers. Letters, Deaths, and Wills
Loudoun Co. Newspapers:
Information Regarding NewspapersPreviously Published in Loudoun Co.,
Resolution of 1774
Cameron Parish Titheables
Census - 1850 Loudoun County, Virginia,
Loudoun County Virginia
 in the
American Revolution 1774 - 1783
Tombstone Transcription Project
Loudoun Co., VA Resources
at the
Library of Congress
Slave Information
Loudoun County Confederate Units
The Politcal Graveyard
Web Sites at RootsWeb - Loudoun Co. VA
Loudoun County VA Archives
Professional Genealogist
Victor Dunn
Family History Library Catalog
Loudoun Co., VA
Books for Sale

Loudoun County, Virginia
and the Civil War 1861 - 1865


The Library of Virginia

Digital Library Program
Death Records Indexing Project
Search The Catalogue
Confederate Pension Rolls, 
Veterans and Widows
Henley Marriages and Obituary Index
Index to Wills and Administrations 
Index to the War of 1812
Pay Roll and Muster Rolls
Index to Loudoun County, Virginia Court Records
Map of Virginia.
1770 Map of Virginia
 1895 Loudoun County, Virginia
Links to every nook, cranny and hollar in
Loudoun County, Virginia.
Sponsored by the U.S.G.S. project.


General Information

Town of Leesburg, Virginia
Middleburg Online
Loudoun County Newspaper

The Easterner

Loudoun Times - Mirror

 The Patriot Project
Loudoun Revolutionary War Memorial
 Thomas Balch Library
Leesburg, Virginia
 Leesburg 2-Day

Neighboring Counties on the USGenWeb Project:

Clarke County, Virginia
Fauquier County, Virginia
Fairfax County, Virginia
Prince William County, Virginia
Frederick County, Maryland
Montgomery County, Maryland
Washington County, Maryland
Jefferson County, West Virginia

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