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Old New Kent County : some account of the planters, plantations, and places in ...

compiled and copyrighted by Malcolm Hart Harris
Harris, Malcolm Hart (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
West Point, Virginia : M.H. Harris, c1977
2 v. (1060 p.) : ill.

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Includes index (in v. 2).

Contents: v. 1. New Kent, King & Queen, old New Kent, and King William counties -- v. 2. King William County and St. John's Parish.

Contains historical sketches of plantations and places and the families who owned them. Includes tax lists, census records, tombstone inscriptions, obituaries, Bible records, etc., as they pertain to the families.

King and Queen County was divided from New Kent County in 1691. King William County was divided from King and Queen County in 1701.

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