Proceedings of the Rockbridge Historical Society, Volumes 1-4 (1939-1954)
Agnew, Mrs. Henry
Bouknight, L. E.
Campbell, L. L. (Leslie Lyle), 1863
Capron, John D.
Couper, Wm. (William), 1884-
Crenshaw, Ollinger, 1904-1970
Davis, William Cole
Dice, Walter F.
Diehl, George West
Fishwick, Marshall W. (Marshall William), 1923-2006
Flournoy, Fitzgerald, 1899-1964
Lauck, C. Harold (Charles Harold), 1896-
McCoy, B. H.
McCulloch, Ruth Floyd Anderson, 1876-1971
McDonald, Carlyle A.
Sale, Mrs. Ernest A.
Tompkins, Edmund Pendleton, 1868-1952
Turner, Charles Wilson
Waddell, Harrington, 1872-1961
Wood, A. W.
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This is the 1993 reprint edition of Volumes 1-4 of the Proceedings of the Rockbridge Historical Society, which includes papers given 1939-1954. These volumes are indexed in Volume 10.Volume 2, Table of ContentsForeword, page 3Titles and Abstracts of Papers Read Before the Society, page 7Officers and Committees, page 8Radio Address on the History of the Rockbridge Historical Society, page 9Arnold's Valley, page 9"Big Foot" Wallace, page 10Rockbridge Men in the Revolutionary War, page 10Some Values of the American Revolution, page 11Officers and Cormmittees, 1943, page 11"Fancy Hill" Farm, page 13The Virginia Military Institute, page 13The Grigsbys of Rockbridge County, Va., page 14History -- A Living Thing, page 14Officers and Committees, 1944, page 15John Letcher and the Ruffner Pamphlet of 1847, page 17General Elisha Franklin Paxton, page 17Rockbridge in the Revolutionary War, page 17Rockbridge Baths and Vicinity, page 17Officers and Committees, 1945, page 18The Washington and Lee Ambulance Unit, page 20Map of Rockbridge County, Virginia, page 20J. R. Sitlington Sterrett, page 21"Clover Hill" and "Silverwood", page 21Old Homes in the Vicinity of High Bridge Church, page 21Officers and Committees, 1946, page 22The Iron Furnaces and Forges of Rockbridge County, page 23Rockbridge Service Men in World War II, page 24Donations, pages 25-29Treasurer's Report, page 30Articles of Constitution, page 31By-Laws, pages 32-35List of Members, pages 37-41Memorial Roll, page 42Volume 3, Table of ContentsThe Beginnings of the Rockbridge Historical Society, page iForeward, page iiiHistorical Sketch of Bethany Lutheran Church, page 3Rockbridge County and the Secession Convention in 1861, page 7Rockbridge's Part in the Development of the Nation, page 10The Valley Railroad in Rockbridge County, page 18Old Oxford Church, page 24Early Virginia Railroad Movement, page 30Wilson's Springs, page 35Monmouth Church, page 40John Robinson of Hart's Bottom, page 46Donations to Rockbridge Historical Society, page 52Articles of Constitution, page 54By-laws, page 56Roll of Members, page 60Memorial Roll, page 67Volume 4, Table of ContentsIn Memoriam, pages 2-3Preident's Page, page 4Address Summaries: 1. Miss Ellen Anderson, "The French Guns at V. M. I.," page 52. Dr. Leslie L. Campbell, "The Castle," page 63. Dr. E. P. Tompkins, "Ephraim McDowell, Pioneer Surgeon," page 64. Dr. Fitzgerald Flournoy, "The Grigsbys of Rockbridge," page 75. Dr. George West Diehl, "The Awakening Comes to Rockbridge, 1789," page 106. Mrs. Henry Agnew, "The Jordan Family," page 127. Dr. Marshall W. Fishwick, "Michael Miley -- General Lee's Photographer," page 138. Col. Chester Goolrick, "Some Rockbridge County Springs," page 159. Dr. B. H. McCoy, "Bishop William Taylor," page 1610. Mrs. Charles McCulloch, "The Blue Hotel 1817-1947," page 1811. Mr. John D. Capron, "Virginia's Lost Industry," page 2112. dr. Albert McCown, "The Memoirs of James L. McCown, C. S. A.," page 2413. Dr. Charles W. Turner, "Andrew Moore, Rockbridge Soldier, Statesman, and First Senator From West of the Mountains," page 2514. Dr. George West Diehl, "Take the Hatchet Out of the Head of the Six Nations," page 2915. Col. George Brooke, "John Mercer Brooke, 1826-1906," page 3216. Col. William Couper's Address at the Dedication of W. D. Washington Plaque in the Stonewall Jackson Cemetary, November 18, 1951, page 34Membership, page 37Officers, page 40Financial Reports, page 41Accomplishments, page 42Donations, page 44Artifacts, page 45Necrology, page 49Constitution, page 49By-Laws, page 50Volume 1, Table of ContentsMap of Borden's Grant, FrontispieceReminiscent, page 3Organization of the Society, page 5Officers and Committees,1939, page 6Red House, page 8Borden's Grant, page 12War and Work, page 26Yesteryears of .Falling Spring Church, page 43Fifth Quarterly Meeting, 1940 -- 0fficers and Committees, page 60Rockbridge and Its County Seat, page 62The Life Story of Mary Moore of Abb's Valley, page 78The Cradle-Bed of Mary Moore Brown, page 88History of New Providence Church, page 90Reports, page 102Articles of Constitution, page 105List of Members, page 112Memorial Roll, page 117