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Tithables, 1774-1775, of Kingston Parish, also Billups' accounts, 1787-1842

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

Notes

Microfilm of photostat copy at the Virginia State Library in Richmond, Virginia.

Includes index.

The list gives name, amount paid and the reason.

Included in Billups' accounts are children being born to slaves, 1790, 1835-1856.

Kingston Parish was created ca. 1652 which was around the same time Gloucester County was formed. In 1791 Mathews County was created from Gloucester County and the parish boundaries became the same as the new county.

The Billups' accounts were probably kept by John Billups and his son, John R. Billups. John R. Billups was born in 1803 to John and Ann Billups. In 1823 he married Lilly Ann Stevens, daughter of John and Mary Stevens. Six children are listed as being born to John and Lilly.

The list of tithables may not actually be a list of tithables but may be part of the Billups' accounts. Not all entries give the amount paid for tithes but have monies paid out for other financial matters, such as debts owed to other people.

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