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County History
Formed from Montgomery Co in 1790, Wythe Co was named after George Wythe, the first Virgian Signer of the Declaration of Independence.  The Battle of Cove Mountain was fought in this county during the Civil War

Rural Retreat - Wytheville

Austinville - Cripple Creek - Crockett - Fort Chiswell - Ivanhoe - Max Meadows - Speedwell

Jefferson National Forest - Mount Rogers National Recreation Area


Online Data


Church Histories / Records

Family Bibles

Miscellaneous Data

School Records

Wills/Probate Records

County Updates

Sept 2014

Col. White Obit, Quesenberry Obit, Many obits added

April 2014

Simmerman ,Wharf, Wright, and Seale obits

Mar 2014

1883 Pensioners

Jan 2014

Bumgartner Bio

1850 Post Offices


Surrounding Counties

Bland - Carroll - Grayson - Pulaski - Smyth

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