Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia
Provided by Kirn Library, Sargeant Memorial Room, Norfolk, VA,
& Portsmouth, VA, Library History Room and others as indicated.
Transcribed and/or Reproduced by Donna Bluemink
GENERAL (Rare books)
THE TRVE TRAVELS, ADVENTVRES AND OBSERVATIONS OF CAPTAIN IOHN SMITH, IN EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICKE, AND AMERICA: BEGINNING ABOUT THE YEERE 1598, AND CONTINUED TO THIS PRESENT 1629. THE THIRD BOOKE. THE PROCEEDINGS AND ACCIDENTS OF THE ENGLISH COLONY IN VIRGINIA, Extracted From The Authors Following, By WILLIAM SIMONS. From the London Edition of 1629, Richmond: Republished at the Franklin Press, William W. Gray, Printer, 1819.
LETTERS FROM VIRGINIA. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH. Baltimore: Published by Fielding Lucas, Jr. J. Robinson, printer. 1816.
THE LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON; WITH CURIOUS ANECDOTES, EQUALLY HONOURABLE TO HIMSELF AND EXEMPLARY TO HIS YOUNG COUNTRYMEN. NINTH EDITION...GREATLY IMPROVED. EMBELLISHED WITH SIX ENGRAVINGS. BY M. L. WEEMS. Philadelphia: Printed for Mathew Carey, 1809.
Our Twin Cities of the Nineteenth Century: ( Norfolk and Portsmouth) Their Past, Present and Future. Robert W. Lamb, Editor. Norfolk, VA. Barcroft Publishers, 1887-8. Norfolk Landmark Steam Presses.
Coming in the future: HISTORY OF NORFOLK COUNTY, VIRGINIA and Representative Citizens, 1637 - 1900, edited and compiled by Col. William H. Stewart. Published by Biographical Pub. Co., Chicago, IL 1902.
1927 African American Community in Norfolk Norfolk's 36%: Homes, Churches, Schools, Business Enterprises, Occupations and General Social and Economic Status of the 64,000 Colored Citizens of the City of Norfolk. Norfolk Journal and Guide, 1927.
Berkley Edition TIPS Vol. I, No. 17, February 26, 1898.
Cemeteries: The Bureau of Cemeteries is making available their complete databases of interments for public use. Elmwood, Cedar Grove, Magnolia, Hebrew and Forest Lawn cemetery databases are now available. Use USGenWeb Archives Norfolkcity to access this information.
First Presbyterian Church history includes early Church Register information.
Oak Grove Portlock
Mt. Olive, Mt. Calvary and Fisher's Hill Cemeteries - by Mae Breckenridge-Haywood and Dinah Walters
Vital Statistics - Compiled by Gail Burnell-Melchor
NORFOLK and PORTSMOUTH
AN ACCOUNT OF THE APPREHENSION, TRIAL, CONVICTION AND CONDEMNATION OF MANUEL PHILIP GARCIA AND JOSE DEMAS GARCIA CASTILLANO Who were executed on Friday the 1st of June, 1821, in the rear of the town of Portsmouth, in Virginia, for a most horrid murder and butchery, committed on PETER LAGOARDETTE, in the Borough of Norfolk on the 20th of March Preceding. Together with an APPENDIX. Containing their confessions, &c.
City Directory: 1872 (combined Norfolk & Portsmouth directory that has more entries than the Norfolk 1872 Directory)