Virginia 1774, who comments here, has established webpage on VA's history in the revolution and the right to arms. Very interesting material!
Which reminds me, and I'll post on this when I have the time: if you follow the wording changes in the 2nd Amendment, they go like this: the Virginia ratifying convention demands a guarantee of right to arms and the militia. James Madison reverses the order, putting the militia clause first, and makes a number of other changes. The House committee makes changes on those, and more on the floor of the House. But by the time the Senate gets through, it's back to the VA language. Only the reversal of order survives from Madison's composition.