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West Virginia estate settlements : an index to wills, inventories, appraisements, land grants, and surveys to 1850

compiled by Ross B. Johnston
Johnston, Ross B. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Genealogical Pub. Co., c1977
[iv], 176 p.

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"Reprinted with permission of the West Virginia Department of Archives and History."--T.p. verso

"Excerpted from West Virginia History, volumes XVII-XXIV, 1955-1963."--T.p. verso

This is not a true index but abstracts of probate records. The abstracts are arranged alphabetically under each county.

Contains abstracts of estate settlements for the 13 counties formed before 1800: Hampshire, Berkeley, Monongalia, Ohio, Greenbrier, Harrison, Hardy, Randolph, Pendleton, Kanawha, Brooke, Wood, and Monroe. Each entry gives the person's name, type of document, document's date, and other names found in the document.

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