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The vestry book of Kingston Parish, Mathews County, Virginia (until May 1, 1791, Gloucester County) 1679-1796

transcribed, annotated, and indexed by C.G. Chamberlayne
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Richmond, Virginia : Old Dominion Press, 1929
xvi, 161 p., [5] leaves of plates : facsims.

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Includes indexes.

The parish vestry was required by law to perform many civil governmental functions; such as land processioning, taxation, taking care of the poor, guardianship of orphans, road repair, etc.

Kingston Parish was probably formed soon after the creation of Gloucester County in 1652. When Mathews County was created from Gloucester County in 1791, Kingston Parish boundaries became the same as Mathews County.

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