Rhonda Smith
is the coordinator for Virginia





To be a Virginian either by Birth, Marriage, Adoption,  or even on  one's Mother's side  is an Introduction to  any State in the Union,  a Passport to  any Foreign Country, 
and a Benediction from Above 


December 20, 1606, three merchant ships loaded with passengers and cargo embarked from England on a voyage.

The Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discovery reached Virginia in the spring of 1607. Building on the banks of the James River 104 men and boys started what would be known as Jamestown (approximately10 minutes from the current day location). 

It predated the Plymouth Colony by 13 years. They endured many hardships and brought with them the beginnings of a country. 

Throughout United State's history many influential people have come out of Virginia. Perhaps the most notable being Thomas Jefferson, the writer of the Declaration of Independence. This document established the foundations of this country and began what would be the greatest nation on earth.


ALHN County Pages
Virginia County Formations
Areas and Regions of Virginia
Military History
 Ships  Passenger Lists
African American Resources
Virginia Laws in the 
18th Century
Alexander Brown's 
Early Settler's List
Native American Resources
History of Virginia
 Archives, Libraries, Musuems, Historicial and Genealogical Societies
Virginia State Symbols
Genealogy Links
Vital Records online 
ordering information
Official State of Virginia Website

Our neighboring ALHN States
North Carolina


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updated 1/4/2014 

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