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Deed and will books, 1699-1900 ; general indexes, 1664-1977

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
  • Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1947, 1948
  • Richmond, Virginia : Filmed by the Virginia State Library, 1983
on 26 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of photostat copies of the original records at the Virginia State Library in Richmond, Virginia and original records at the Stafford County Courthouse in Stafford, Virginia.

Includes general indexes. Some volumes are also individually indexed. General indexes index the following: deed books Z, M, O, P, R, S, AA-UU, 26, 26-A; W-M, W-R, W-1 to W-14 (will books); COB (court order books); Sch (Scheme book L & D for 1790-1793) (for land matters only); Min (minute books); T-1 to T-6 (deeds of trust books, v. 1-6); deed books 1-315; PB-1 to PB-4 (plat books); and ML-1 to ML-3 (mechanic liens and mortgages). Index abbreviations "OGI" refers to the small General Index book for 1721-1745, "OGIB" referes to General Index for 1845-1865, "R-D" is Release Deed book, "Acct" or "Ests Acct" are for the Estates Account Book (early fiduciary records), etc. An explanation of these and other abbreviations are found in the introduction to each general index book.

No matter what their designation (will book or deed book), these vols. contain deeds, wills, inventories and appraisals, and other related records.

The deed books for 3 Nov. 1857 to 19 Jun. 1861 were either lost or destroyed. Next book was v. TT which starts with 19 Jan. 1861. Vol. TT ends on p. 66 with 1 Apr 1862, v. 26 covers Sep. 1865-Aug. 1879, then v. TT picks up the dates with p. 67.

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