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Deed abstracts of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia

edited & published by Ruth & Sam Sparacio
Books/Monographs
English
  • McLean, Virginia : R. & S. Sparacio, c1989-1990
  • McLean, Virginia : Antient Press,
10 v. : maps.
Virginia county court records

Notes

Statements of responsibility for v. 4-5: Records abstracted by Ruth & Sam Sparacio. The publisher for v. 4-5, 8-10, is the Antient Press.

Volumes are individually indexed.

Contents: v. [1]. Deed abstracts, 1656-1664 (pt. 1 (1656-1662) of transcript of deed book, no. [2], 1656-1664) -- v. [2]. Deed abstracts, 1656-1664 (pt. 2 (1662-1665) of transcript of deed book, no. [2]), 1656-1664) -- v. [3]. Deed abstracts, 1663-1668 (Deeds, etc., no. 3) -- v. [4]. Deed abstracts, 1668-1670 (pt. 1 (1668-1670) of transcript of deed book, no. 4, 1668-1672) -- v. [5]. Deed abstracts, 1670-1672 (pt. 2 (1670-1672) of transcript of deed book, no. 4, 1668-1672) -- v. [6]. Deed abstracts, 1672-1676 (pt. 1 (1672-1674) of transcript of deeds, wills, no. 5) -- v. [7]. Deed abstracts, 1672-1676 (pt. 2 (1674-1676) of transcript of deeds, wills, no. 5) -- v. [8]. Deed abstracts, 1682-1686 (pt. [1] of deed book, no. 7, 1682-1688) -- v. [9]. Deed abstracts, 1686-1688 (pt. [2] of deed book, no. 7, 1682-1688) -- v. [10]. Deed abstracts, 1688-1692 (1688-1691 of deed book, no. 8, 1688-1692).

Old Rappahannock County existed from 1656 to 1692 when its was divided into Essex and Richmond counties. Records are housed in Essex County.

The section of wills from Will & deed book, v. 6, was published separately under the title "Will abstracts of (old) Rappahannock County, Virginia". The deed section was not published. For this published book of wills from v. 6, check the locality catalog under: Virginia, Essex -- Probate records.

Library has volumes for 1656-1676 and 1682-1692. Library has bound v. 1 with v. 2, v. 4 with v. 5, and v. 6 with v. 7.

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