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Augusta Co. Virginia

Augusta County Virginia-- named after King George III's mother-- was formed in 1738 from Orange County. The earliest settlers were the Scotch Irish. Its county seat is Staunton.
Books about Augusta Co. Genealogy & History

Augusta Co. VA Online

Historical Places of Interest
Bed & Breakfasts
Augusta Co. VA Online

Genealogy Related Links

Augusta Co. VA Families

  • Peery Family History Home Page
  • Augusta Co. VA Ancestors
  • MidAtlantic Roots
  • Hemlock Hill
  • K E Cooke Genealogy
  • Descendant of William & Margaret Wright of Augusta Co. VA
  • Ashby, Coiner/Koiner. Stanley & Huntley Lines of Augusta Co. VA

  • Waynesboro Heritage Museum
    Wayne Ave. & Main St
    PO Box 517
    Waynesboro, VA 22980
    (540) 943-3943

    Augusta Co. Historical Society
    PO Box 686
    Staunton VA 24401
    Augusta Co. Courthouse
    Clerk of the Court
    6 E. Johnson St.
    Staunton, VA 24401-4303
    (540) 885-8931

    Martha S. Grafton Library
    Mary Baldwin College
    New and Frederick Streets
    Staunton, VA 24401
    Phone:( 540 ) 887-7085
    FAX:( 540) 887-7297

    Houff Library
    Blue Ridge Community College
    One College Lane
    PO Box 80
    Weyers Cave, VA 24486
    Phone: (540) 234.9261
    FAX:( 540) 234.9598

    Waynesboro Public Library
    600 South Waynes Avenue
    Waynesboro, VA 22980

    County Coordinator--Rhonda Smith



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