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Tax lists York County 1782, 1783, 1784; rent roll York County 1704, Gloucester 1704, Warwick 1704; James City County taxes 1768

Thelma Hansford collection
Thelma Hansford
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1990
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of original published: [Virginia? : T.I. Hansford?, 1950?]. 9, 7, 14 leaves.

This is the forty-first record to the forty-fifth record in item 1 on this film of the Thelma Hansford collection.

Title taken from cover.

With: Moss family of York County, Virginia / by Thelma Hansford.

Includes James City County property tax 1783 and list of county officials 1699-1729 for York, Warwick, Gloucester, James City, Elizabeth City, Northampton and Accomack counties.

The 1782-1784 tax lists were copied from the archives of the Virginia State Library. The 1704 rent rolls and list of county officials 1699-1729 were copied from the book titled English duplicates of lost Virginia records by Louis des Cognets, Jr. The 1768 tax book was copied from the Virginia Genealogist, v. 1 no. 1, p. 18-22. The 1783 property tax was clipped from the magazine section of the Daily Press.

Warwick County is now Newport News Independent City.



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