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Fredericksburg, Virginia marriage returns and marriage bonds : also tombstone inscriptions from Saint George's Cemetery

George H.S. King, compiler
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1970
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original typescript ([ii], II, 161 leaves) made in 1942.

Author taken from preface.

Tombstone inscriptions were copied by George Harrison Sanford King in 1940.

Presented by Washington-Lewis Chapter to the Daughters of the American Revolution National Library in Washington, D.C.

Includes index to female names in marriages.

Marriages are arranged alphabetically by groom's name and gives names of parties, date of bond or marriage, and name of bondsman or minister reporting marriage. Cemetery inscriptions are arranged alphabetically by name of deceased.

Marriages cover 1771-1850 and the tombstone inscriptions cover ca. 1755-1920.

St. George's Cemetery or Churchyard may be within Saint George's Parish in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. The city of Fredericksburg was part of Spotsylvania County before it was incorporated in 1782.

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