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King William County, Virginia, record books

King William County, Virginia, record book abstracts
compiled & edited by Ruth & Sam Sparacio
Books/Monographs
English
McLean, Virginia : Antient Press, c1996-2003
3 v.
Virginia county court records

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Cover title, v. [1]-[2]: King William County, Virginia, record book abstracts.

The county clerk's office of King William County was burned in 1885 and most of the records were destroyed. The surviving records were put together without regard to date or subject matter and bound into seventeen volumes. These volumes were photocopied and an effort was made to put them in order before binding the copies. These books abstracted those copies.

Volumes are individually indexed.

Contents: v. [1]. 1702-1705 -- v. [2]. 1705-1721 -- v. [3]. 1722 & 1785-1786.

Contains court orders, deeds, wills, etc.

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