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A Surname and subject index of the minute and order booksof the courts, Fairfax County, Virginia, part IV, 1807-1829

Fairfax County, Va. court records
edited by Edith Moore Sprouse
Manuscript/Manuscript on Fiche
English
Cleveland, Ohio : Bloch & Co., [1978?]
121 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.

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Microfilm of original records (1976) produced by the Fairfax County History Commission in Fairfax, Virginia.

Fiche title: Fairfax County, Va. court records.

Index was handwritten on cards which are in alphabetical order for each year or group of years. Card gives name, abstract of court entry, date and page number.

No circulation to family history centers.

Some cards may be misfiled.

Index was made from volumes of first drafts which would have been recopied by the clerk of the courts. These volumes help cover the years 1809-1810, 1816-1817 and 1819-1820 for lost records. The Superior Court (may also be called Circuit Superior Court) order book, 1819-1826, is another partial source for lost or destroyed order books.

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