Lee County Virginia 
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Neighbors
VA

Russell Co

Scott Co
Wise Co
TN
Hancock Co
Claibourne Co


Queries
Mailing List

Lee County Clerk Court
5 Main St., Jonesville, VA 24263
Phone (276)346-7763

Order Vital Records


Lee County was formed in 1793 from Russell County. It was named for Light Horse Harry Lee, the Governor of Virginia from 1791 to 1794, who was known as "Light Horse Harry" for his exploits as a leader of light troops in the American Revolutionary War.

Marriages
Book 1

Complied marriages
From County court records located at
Jonesville, Virginia or F.H.L. microfilm # 0032441

1851-1859
1860-1869
1870-1879
1880-1889
1890-1900

Births Deaths
1850 Mortality
1860 Mortality
1870 Mortality
1880 Mortality

SSDI
Cemeteries
Barker at Keokee, photos
Clark Family Cemetery, photos
Clarkston Kilgore Cemetery, photos
Edens Cemetery
Legg Cemetery, photos
Legg Witt Cemetery, photos
Morris Cemetery, photos
Payne Cemetery, photos
Slemp Cemetery, photos
Census
1820 Transcribed
1830 Transcribed

1840 Index
1840 Transcribed

1850 Index
1850 Transcribed
1860 Cenus, index, images
1930 Search, off site link
1940 Census link


Deeds and Land
1795 Land Tax     
1795 Personal Property Tax
1796 Land Tax
1796 Personal Property Tax
1797 Land Tax
1797 Personal Property Tax
1798 Land Tax
1798 Personal Property Tax
1799 Land Tax
1799 Personal Property Tax
1800 Personal Property Tax
1801 Personal Property Tax
1802 Personal Property Tax
1803 Personal Property Tax
1804 Personal Property Tax
1805 Personal Property Tax
1806 Personal Property Tax
1807 Personal Property Tax
1809 Personal Property Tax
1810 Land Tax
  
Military

Va Confederate Soldiers
Surnames A- B
Surnames C-D
Surnames E-F
Surnames G-I
Surnames J-K
Surnames L-M
Surnames N-Q
Surnames R-S
Surnames T-Z
Biographies

SW Virginia Biographies Project
William Flanary
Abraham Lane

Misc. Files

Misc Links
Online Chancery Records
Black History Muesum
Virginia Black History Archives
Virginia Genealogical Society
Freedman Bureau Online
American Slave Narratives
Virginia Runaways
New River Notes Good information
A History of the Middle New River Settlements
Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch,
Powell &Holston Rivers
Headwaters of the Clinch and Holston Rivers 1774
  

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UsGenWeb Project. Lee County Virginia