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Divorces of Wythe County, Virginia, 1816-1886

abstracted and compiled by Mary B. Kegley
Kegley, Mary B. (Main Author)
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English
Wytheville, Virginia : Kegley Books, c2004
113 p.

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"Before 1851 the only way to obtain a divorce was to present the facts to the House and the Senate [of the Virginia General Assembly] for their consideration...Following 1851 the local chancery courts of Virginia had jurisdiction to hear divorce cases...The abstracts of more than 125 cases appear in this publication, six from the legislative petitions and the others from the local chancery suits." -- P. 1.

Bibliography: p. 98.

Includes index.

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