Genealogical Books in Print

Excerpts from reviews

The Virginia Genealogist:  "The difficulty of locating the place of origin in Virginia of families who moved west is well known.  Until now the so-called "1790 Census" volume, and Fothergill and Naugle's Virginia Tax-payers 1782-1787, constituted the only guide in print to locations covering the entire state.  These books often, however, are not entirely helpful since they deal with a period a generation earlier than the ancestors who moved west . . . [A Supplement to the 1810 Census of Virginia] will for many years rank as one of the most important and useful sources of information to be consulted when searching for Virginia families." --John Frederick Dorman, editor.

Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly: "This is a significant addition to the finding aids available to searches for residence of Virginia persons and families in the post-Revolutionary years . . . a real contribution to Virginia research."--M. Gardner, C.G.

National Genealogical Society Quarterly: ". . . [A Supplement to the 1810 Census of Virginia] is an important contribution to the study of Virginia genealogy."--Milton Rubincam, C.G.,  F.A.S.G.