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The register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 1723-1758 and sundry historical and genealogical notes

compiled and published by George Harrison Sanford King
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Fredericksburg, Virginia : G.H.S. King, c1961
xi, 280 p. : ill.

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Includes index.

Contains births, deaths and marriages 1723-1758 which are arranged in alphabetical order. Includes list of negro slave owners, a quit rent roll for 1723, list of tenders of tobacco, a historical sketch of Overwharton Parish, memorial tablets in Aquia Church, and genealogical notes concerning church wardens and vestrymen, 1757.

Overwharton Parish was established around 1700. Aquia Church is a church within Overwharton Parish.

There are no marriages or deaths for 1723-1735.

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