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The Messenger

The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia's Newsletter
The Messenger Newsletter

The "Messenger" published quarterly by the Chesterfield Historical Society of VA, is a collection of member researchers' articles   featuring people and places in Chesterfield's unique history, committee reports, Society general news and events.

Current Issue:    "January 2024"
The Messenger Newsletter
The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia's Newsletter (titled"The Messenger") presented here are the online versions. Some of the files may appear to load slow due to the large size of the formatted file. All   newsletters published by the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia are located in the CHSV Research Library.  Each are a valuable tool for researching Chesterfield County people and their history. Our Library Volunteers are to assist you if needed.  Members of the Society receive the free newsletter quarterly.  You are encouraged to join.  The Messenger Newsletter is printed quarterly.  It is produced and edited by Diane Dallmeyer Hewitt. Diane is a  published author in her own right and has written many interesting historical articles for the local area papers.  Many are still online.
Between the Pages of the Messenger
Between the pages of our newsletter are article that contain the history of Chesterfield County.  All Issues of the Messenger Newsletter have articles pertiaining to some aspect of Chesterfield County's past.  Our genealogy library may take you to other locations and appointments are needed to have a volunteer help in that regard. We also strive to inform our members and researchers of current events, acquisitions, new collections and general information regarding the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia.  All newsletters are index for easy look-ups of items of interest.  While we offer these on line, we would love to have you visit our research library where we may point you to an associated file, book, maps or other family information in our possession. Our library volunteers are well versed in our library collections.  Plan a visit with us. We hope to see you soon.
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