Find A Grave – An online searchable database of cemetaries across the US.
Family Search – Guide to Floyd County, Virginia ancestry, family history and genealogy. Birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, immigration records, and military records.
VaGenWeb – This is a part of the USGenWeb project, which is an effort to organize genealogical materials on the Internet. This page is focused on Floyd County, Virginia.
Montgomery Floyd Regional Library Online Research – Multiple databases available. Choose a category from the menu on the left to get started, or scroll down to browse it all. Users not in the library buildings may be redirected to our Find It Virginia portal which requires a valid MFRL Library Card.
Virginia Department of Historic Resources:
Historical Highway Markers – There are now more than 2,500 of Historic Highway Markers erected in Virginia to highlight people, places, or events of regional, statewide, or national significance. Use the searchable database to the right of the page to find those in your neighborhood.
Historic Registers – DHR administers two programs designed to recognize Virginia’s historic resources and to encourage their continued preservation: the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places.
Reports & Publications – A selection of reports and publications by and recommended by the DHR.
Virginia Memory – Online historical database of the Library of Virginia. Maps of Virginia are a great resource to help learn about a place at a particular point in time. Old Virginia maps are effective sources of geographical information and useful for historical, genealogical and territorial research.
Random Acts of Geneological Kindness – The purpose of this site is to help others obtain copies of documents, pictures of tombstones, etc., that can not be obtained easily by those who do not live in the area of their ancestors.
Ancesty.com – Some free content available, but a subscription is required for most material.
Fold3 – Includes free and subscription only access to documents and images.
RootsWeb – Free community family trees, mailing lists, message boards, and web sites relating to genealogy.
U. S. National Archives – Site includes information on in-person research, as well as access to thousands of digital records.