"Virginia is for lovers," the tourism brochures proclaim. Over the 400 years that have passed since it was first settled, millions of men and women have chosen the beautiful Southeastern state to be the place where they declared their vows and became united in the bonds of matrimony. In this collection, compiled from nine extensive databases, you will find more than 426,000 detailed records of these ceremonies and the people who participated in them. As many as one million names. Your Virginia heritage is at your fingertips!
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- Over 426,000 records from 80 of 94 counties
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