Wills, deeds, and orders (Accomack County, Virginia); general indexes to wills, 1663-1922, 1632-1640, 1663-1881

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
  • Richmond, Virginia : Virginia State Library Photographic Laboratory, 1947, 1950, 1979
  • Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah,
on 72 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of original and transcript records at the Accomack County Courthouse in Accomac, Virginia, and the Virginia State Library in Richmond, Virginia.

Some books have faded ink, torn or missing pages, or other damage.

Accomack County was created in 1663 from Northampton County. From approximately 1670-1673, the court was held for the upper part of Northampton County. This area was probably the county of Accomack.

Includes general index. General index indexed originals except when a typescript or photostat was available. Then the typescript or photostat was indexed. Volumes are also individually indexed. It also indexed some records for "DC", "SC", and "CC" which are believed to be records for the District Court, Superior Court, and Circuit Court. To find these records, check locality catalog under: Virginia, Accomack - Land and property.

Contains wills, inventories, appraisements, administrators' or executors' accounts, accounts of sales, etc.



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