4 edition of Warwick County, Virginia: Colonial Court Records in Transcription found in the catalog.
Warwick County, Virginia: Colonial Court Records in Transcription
November 2002 by Jones House Association .
Written in English
|Contributions||Inc. Jones House Association (Corporate Author), Richard Dunn (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||697|
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Warwick County, Virginia Colonial Court Records in Transcription. Third › Books › Reference › Genealogy. Warwick County, which merged with the city of Warwick inwas one of Virginia’s original shires upon its creation in (The name changed from Warwick River County to simply Warwick County in –) The original records of Warwick County have never been transcribed—until :// (The name changed from Warwick River County to simply Warwick County in ) The work at hand is a page Supplement to the third edition of Warwick County, Virginia: Colonial Court Records in Transcription, and contains records that Richard Dunn discovered mostly at the Library of Virginia.
These additional records include a number of Warwick County, Virginia genealogy and family history research page. Guide to Warwick County (established ) genealogy, history, and courthouse sources including birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, wills, deeds and land records, Civil War records, Revolutionary War records, family histories, cemeteries, churches, tax records, newspapers, and ://,_Virginia.
Transcriber Richard Dunn has previously compiled three volumes on the colonial records of this county (a large base volume, a page supplement, and an earlier edition of this book). This second edition of Warwick County, Virginia, Court Records in Transcription covers Warwick County, which merged with the city of Warwick, Virginia, inwas one of the Virginia Colony's original shires upon its creation in (The county's name changed from Warwick River County to simply Warwick County in ) The original records of Warwick County have never been transcribed--until :// But I just discovered that its early court records are available and have been published by the Jones House Association, Inc.
“Warwick County, Virginia Colonial Court Records in Transcription,” ISBNedited by Richard d Much of it is reprinted in facsimile from earlier sources, such as the William & Mary Quarterly Warwick County, Virginia, colonial court records in transcription.
Statement of Responsibility: Supplement to Warwick County, Virginia, colonial court records in transcription / Dunn, Richard. Add to Print List Remove from Print List Warwick County was established in and became extinct in when it was consolidated with the The Library of Virginia was created by the General Assembly in to organize, care for, and manage the state’s growing collection of books and official records.
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