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Parish register, 1678-1761

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1947
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of photocopy of original manuscripts at the Virginia State Library in Richmond, Virginia.

Includes typed index.

Contents: it. 1. Index -- it. 2. Copy of parish register [v. II] 1678-1761 -- it. 3-4. Copy of parish register [v. I] [1677?]-1761.

Register contains births and christenings 1678-1761, marriages and deaths 1728-1761. Includes christenings for negro slaves.

Parts are faded and hard to read. There is a large gap on the film between it. 3 and it. 4.

"Two copies were made of the original Register, one by C.H. Lee, Jr., ... in 1892 for Dr. L.G. Tyler; the other by Mrs. Sallie Nelson Robbins. The two copies do not exactly agree, therefore both copies are indexed, Mr. Lee's copy being designated Vol. I and Mrs. Robbins' copy Vol. II." -- Key [to index]



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