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Virginia's district courts, 1789-1809 : records of the Prince Edward District : Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, and Prince Edward counties : (wills to 1829, deeds to 1816)

abstracted by Mary Bondurant Warren and Eve B. Weeks
Books/Monographs
English
Danielsville, Georgia : Heritage Papers, c1991
x, 497 p. : maps.

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Includes index.

Contains abstracts from will books 1 & 2, 1789-1829; deeds, 1789-1816; records at large, 1789-1792, 1795-1798; executions book, 1797-1809 (only Buckingham cases); jurors, 1789-1798; witness and jury attendance book, 1790-1802; and Buckingham County tithables list, 1764 (found in the loose case papers).

Prince Edward District Court heard appeals from the county courts of Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Halifax, and Prince Edward counties.

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