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Index to marriages of old Rappahannock and Essex counties, Virginia, 1655-1900

Eva Eubank Wilkerson
Wilkerson, Eva Eubank (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Richmond [Virginia] : Whittet & Shepperson, 1953, c1952
256 p.

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Limited edition of 500 copies.

Information abstracted from records of deeds, wills, court orders, land trials, marriage register, and marriage bonds.

Old Rappahannock County existed from 1656 to 1692 when it was divided into Essex and Richmond counties. Records are housed in Essex County.

Arranged in alphabetical order by name. Gives names of groom and bride, marriage date or date of record in which marriage was found, book and page numbers. Sometimes gives other information, such as family relationship, residence, marital status, etc.

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