Stafford County, Virginia Genealogy & Historical Research
Stafford County, Virginia is a burned record county. About two-thirds of our court records were lost during the Civil War, making family and historical research in Stafford County a challenge. The Stafford County Historical Society is happy to help you with your queries pertaining to the people and places of Stafford County. Please use the form below to submit questions, and please be as specific as possible. If researching people who lived in Stafford County, birth dates and/or death dates are very helpful.
Please keep in mind that our researchers are volunteers, not paid employees. They love to help and enjoy doing the research for you. Please be patient and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Wilson B. Shackelford was a Confederate veteran and lived his later years in Fredericksburg. In 1905, he advertised "One eight H. P. steam engine, one grist mill with two sets of runners, fifteen ares of land, known as the Long Branch Mill Tract. There are good...read more
Thank you for your interest in Stafford County Historical Society’s Research Department. We are happy to help you with any inquiries you may have. Any contribution you make will help our team in keeping Stafford County’s records and history alive.