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Abstract of reports of aliens made to the clerk of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia for the county of Alexandria, who arrived at the said town of Alexandria in the District aforesaid, with an intention of residing within the United States and under the jurisdiction of the same, 1801-1829

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English
Richmond, Virginia : Virginia State Library, 1981
on 1 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original records filmed at the Arlington County Courthouse in Arlington, Virginia.

Alexandria County was formed in 1789 from Fairfax County. In 1801 the county became part of District of Columbia. The area was returned to Virginia in 1846. In 1920 the county's name was changed to Arlington County.

Alexandria Independent City was established in 1749, incorporated as a town in 1779, and as a city in 1852. It was originally in Arlington County.

Gives date of report, names of persons reported, sex, birthplace, age, nation, place of allegiance or citizenship, condition or occuptaion, place of actual or intended residence, and by whom report made.

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