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Voters records, 1902-1927

  • Roll of white voters registered at Lovingston Precinct in Lovingston Magisterial District, Nelson County, Virginia.
  • Roll of colored voters registered at Lovingston Precinct in Lovingston Magisterial District, Nelson County, Virginia.
  • List of white voters registered at Lovingston Precinct in Lovingston Magisterial District, Nelson County, Virginia.
  • List of colored voters registered at Lovingston Precinct in Lovingston Magisterial District, Nelson County, Virginia.
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2002
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original records at Nelson County Courthouse in Lovingston, Virginia.

Running title, 1902: Roll of white [or ‘colored’] voters registered at Lovingston Precinct in Lovingston Magisterial District, Nelson County, Virginia. Running title, 1904: List of white [or ‘colored’] voters registered at Lovingston Precinct in Lovingston Magisterial District, Nelson County, Virginia.

Registration dates and other information go much later than what is listed in running title and on film’s title boards. They cover 1902-1927.

The '1902' register gives the residence for most of the voters as Nelson County. '1904' registers give various towns as well as the county for the residence. Some locations outside of the county are also given.

Contains separate lists for white and ‘colored’ voters. Each list is arranged in alphabetical order by first letter of the surname.

Gives date of registration, number, name, birth date, age (years), occupation, residence, length of residence (in state, in county, in precinct), is he exempt from payment of poll tax as a prerequisite to voting, if naturalized (date of papers, by what court issued), and if transferred, when and to what precinct.

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