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Obituaries, Deaths & Funerals

Virginia WATKINS, 1872

Alexander SAUNDERS, 1824

BRIEL, Native of Germany, 1875

DUNLOP Death, 1875    McCANCE

PHILLIPS Death, Richmond, 1863

KELLOGG & GIBSON Dissolved due to Partner's Death, Richmond, 1873

Sidney ROSENBAUM Killed by Train near Fredericksburg, 1901

James WEBSTER Death, Louisville, 1831

R. D. HOGAN Loses Second Child to Drowning, Manchester, 1872

McGRUDER, 1873

Cornelius MEAD Drowns, 1872

PIZZINI, 1873

ROBINSON, 1872

HOBSON, 1873

RANDOLPH, 1873

John FAUDREE, 1873

GRAEME, 1872

TABB, 1871

JARVIS, 1872

Richmond, Virginia Newspaper Obituaries, 1804-38 at Ancestry.com..

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Marriages

ROBINS - MEBANE, 1859

SHIELDS - DONNAN, 1875

STOKY - GWATKINS, 1872

SMITH - JONES, 1869

DREW - GLENN, 1873

MacNAMEE - BAGNALL, 1873

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News & Ads

STURDIVANT Announces Candidacy, 1859    UMNER, APPERSON, SHELL, CRANE, MORTON, DAVIES, SCHAD, DOERFLINGER, MAYR, WENDLINGER, MCELROY, CRUMP, CARDWELL, WILLIAMS, WEST

20 Likely Negroes at Auction, Richmond, 1864     FONDREN

Bernard PEYTON Advertises Old Madeira Wine, 1826

Police Justice Fines Richmond Residents, 1875    WHITE, BAILEY, MAYES, MALOW, PERKINS

R. M. ALLEN Hats & Caps: All the Latest Styles! 1847

William POLK Seeks Land, 1875

John BOOKER Gives Notice Regarding Missing Scrip, 1872

Visitors at the Richmond Tobacco Exchange, 1875  Now indexed! Surnames include the following: JOHNSON, STAPLES, PAYNE, JENKINS, NORZLEY, SKIPWITH, VENABLE, SMITH, EPPS, BOOKER

Richmond Chancery Court, 1824    VERELL, VADEN, ROBERTSON, TABB, SPAIN, HENING

FOUSHEE Estate Notice, 1824    RAWLINGS

SHEFFIELD Bankruptcy, SMITH Petition, Richmond, 1875

Fire Destroys WILLISS Commission House, 1864

Now Recruiting for the City Battalion, 1863    ELLIOTT, GUIGON

James LEWELLEN Purchases Share of Dispatch Newspaper, 1864

Miners Wanted at the Carbon Hill Mine, See J. J. TONKIN, Henrico Co., 1875

Dr. James E.  WILLIAMS, Richmond, Virginia, 1863    HANCOCK, BILL

L. H. TRIGG Announces New Tobacco Commission & Forwarding House, 1847

John HOBSON Appointed to Police Force, 1872

Unmailable Letters in the Richmond Post Office, 1872
Now indexed
! Surnames include the following:   
HENRY, VAUGHN, SAUSSER, DANIEL, HUNT, PARRISH

Virginians Visit the Richmond Tobacco Exchange, 1872   FICKLIN, EDMONDS, PHILLIPS, SPENCER, BRUB, EOTT, KILLINGER, FISHER, FORBES, GAINES

New Fall Stock of Glass, China & Dinnerware at TAYLOR's, 1860

HARRIS Advertises CLARK's Invention: Threshing Machine with Porcupine Drum, 1826

G. M. CARRINGTON Notifies Turnpike Stockholders, 1826

George WISE Serenaded in Richmond, 1872   PIZZINNI, KESSNICH, GREELEY

Newspaper Controversy Leads to Violence in Richmond, 1846    BOTTS, LAMBERT

Runaway Slave Isham in Henrico Co. Jail, 1826   CRUMP, BURTON, DANDRIDGE

P. V. DANIEL Wishes to Purchase Carriage Driver, 1826

George DREWRY Sells Land,  1875

Freed Slave Mary BAILEY Seeks her Children,  care of  George FISHER, VA, 1866

Tavern for Rent at Bacon Branch, BAKER Etstae, 1823

SNEAD Proposes Tax on Newspaper Editors, 1855
Come to think of it....

CARSON Ordered to Dept. of the South, 1873

The Celebrated Silver Palace Fireplace Stove Sold by John BOWERS, 1872

Virginia Colonization Society Donors, 1839 Liberian settlement charity. Names not yet indexed, but surnames include:
WHAREY, BALCH, GOODE, MINOR, TALIAFERRO, PEYTON

GENTRY Announces Schedule Change, 1872

Unmailable Letters in the Richmond Post Office, April 10, 1873. Surnames include the following: THORN, SEMON, TAYLOR, AMMONDS, LOGOON,  BABCOCK, BOWEN, ARCHER, GOODWIN, WING.

KNOX Fined for Assault of BERRY, Richmond, 1873

Occupants of ROONEY Furniture Wagon Injured in Runaway, 1872

ROONEY Furniture Advertisement, 1875

Unmailable Letters in the Richmond Post Office, 1873 Surnames include the following: HIGGINS, MORTON, DAVIS, JETIM, LEIVER, CROSS

Runaway Indentured Apprentice, 1823

Richmond Detectives WREN and KNOX Arrested, 1874

HILLERY Arrested for Desertion, Co. C, 18th Regt., U. S. Army VA, 1873

Visitors to the Tobacco Exchange, 1875  QUEEN, HIRSCH, BRANCH, POWERS, STANFORD, CHAPPELL, MAYS

Hustings Jurors, September term, City of Richmond Hustings Court, 1872

Schooner Robert Burns Sails for New Orleans, B. JACKSON, master, Chas. PALMER, agent, 1823

Loaded? Unloaded? What's the difference? Richmond,  1875 SMITH, GARY

Elderly Woman Assaulted, Robbed by Mulatto, Richmond, 1875  BROOKS, COLEMAN, HOWARD

New Architectural Reference Book by Albert WEST; WOODHOUSE & PARHAM, Publishers, 1872

Arrivals at The Exchange Hotel and FORD's Hotel, 1872 COX, LEVY, CLARKE, CHAMLUS, PEGRAM, HAMLIN

HAYNES a Suspect in Dress Suit Murder Mystery, 1905

RILEY Indicted for Rape, ROBINSON Arrested for False Testimony, 1872 JOHNSON, CREW

S. E. DOVE Sells Choicest Tobacco, 1872

Seeking Emma HOLMES, who left for Texas without her mother's consent, 1873 WINSTON, ROBERTSON, JUSTIS

Stephen WATKINS is moving, so if you owe him money, please pay up! 1823

List of Confederate Dead Buried at Chatsworth, Henrico Co., 1869 JORDAN, RANDOLPH, WILLIAMS, COCKFIELD, GIVENS, GOALDEN, MATTHEWS, COBB

MERRIMAN Seriously Injured at Tredgar Mill, 1869

MEADE & BAKER Have Vichy Salts, 1823

R. W. POWERS & Co. Sell Fine Teas, 1872

DICKINSON & TIMBERLAKE Dissolve Partnership, 1823

Robert WINSTON didn't take that mule! 1872

Richmond Real Estate Transfers, 1872

Attorney McMAHON Has Epileptic Seizure at Court, 1873

Benjamin HARRIS Seeks to Hire Slaves, 1823

William CLARKE Dangerously Ill, 1872

Mr. TURPIN reportedly has simultaneous typhoid and scarlet fevers. 1872

A Very Public Apology! 1823 IRBY, ADRIANCE

Robert GAMBLE Sells Mountain Clover Seed, 1823

BARTLETT to Winter in Richmond, 1872

Benjamin DUVAL Sells Patented Spiral Trusses, 1823

Four Mail Trains Collide at Richmond, 1881

Archibald ROBERTSON Advertises the Washington Tavern, 1823

VAN WATER Nominated, 1910

Richmond Lassies Abroad, 1872 ALLISON, WALKER, POWELL 

Keeping a Disreputable House... Oh My!

WARREN Qualifies in Hustings Court, 1872

More Unmailable Letters at the Richmond Post Office, September 1872 PAYNE, CREW, GENTRY, BORIE

"Unmailable" Letters at the Richmond Post , 1873 MUNFORD, TANIE, SUTHERLAND, EASTMAN 

John PAGE Makes Boots & Shoes, 1872

The Richmond City Guard is Formed, 1875 TAYLOR, STOKES, TYLER, CASKIE, McCANCE

J. T. RAYMOND Injured, 1872

John TABB Baptized, Dedicated to Priesthood, 1872

Richmond Police Court, 1872 CHANDLER, EDWARDS, GLEASON, CUNNINGHAM, RAGLAND, MOISE

ANDERSON Bastardy, 1872

Richmond Bankruptcies, 1872 HARRIS, DOWD, WILLIAMS, HEFLEY

Bouler LILLY, a free man of color, is sent to jail for stealing from Mr. DAVIS.

VICKERS Injured, 1872

ANDREWS & MORRIS Fined for Brawl, 1883

ANNABLE Doesn't Make Bail, 1872

Henrico County Election Commissioners, 1873 LOTS of names!

Street Fighting in Richmond! 1872  HAMPTON, RANDALL, ALBERT, KEMPER

Henrico Grand Jury Meets, 1873 MINOR, CHANDLER, ALEXANDER

 

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Court & Legal

Notice to Peter BEVERLEY, Esq., 1826    ALLAN, ELLIS, TOOLEY

ALLERDICE Bankruptcy Sale, Richmond, 1875   FORBES, WEST

Richmond Chancery Notice, 1875   HIBBLE, WILCOX, HORSELEY, BORUM, BERRY, CONNER

STEPTOE Legal Notice, Richmond, 1875  MARTIN, READ, GLASGOW, CHENNELLE

August GALLEGO Fertilizing Co. vs. POINDEXTER, et. al., 1872

Archibald CAMPBELL Estate Notice, 1831 WREN

WICKHAM Trust Sale, Properties in the City of Richmond, Five Estates on the James River & Tuckahoe Creek, 159 Slaves and More 1843

Former DEANE Property to be Sold, 1873

Legal Notice: BURTON Estate "Hard Times" to be Sold, 1823 BURTON, WALKER, SHEPPARD, MOSBY

Chancery Court News: HILL Vs. COBB, etc., 1872

Henrico County Court News, 1872 LACY, MINOR, ANNABLE, HOWARD, SMITH, WALSH, CARTER, HOWE

Chancery Court Notice: BROWN & PEMBERTON vs. NEAGLE, BRIZZELERO & CAMPODONICO, 1872

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Military

The Attucks Guards to Host the Colored Stanton Battalion of Washington, 1872 KEILEY, ARNOLD, SMYTH

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Court Records

 

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Vintage Richmond & Henrico Postcards & Photos

Vintage Postcard: Capitol Square, Richmond Circa 1907-1915

 

 

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Richmond & Henrico County Books, Links & Miscellaneous

Richmond & Henrico County Genealogy & History Books

Henrico County Tax Lists

Panoramic Views of Richmond from the Library of Congress

Richmond Area Resources

Rarely Seen Richmond: Early twentieth century Richmond
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