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Virginia Revolutionary publick claims

Virginia publick claims
compiled and transcribed by Janice L. Abercrombie and Richard Slatten
Books/Monographs
English
Athens, Georgia : Iberian Pub. Co., c1992
3 v.
0935931821

Notes

Information extracted from court booklets in the Public Service Claims, Record Group 48, at the Virginia State Library and Archives. During the Revolutionary War supplies were procured from the citizens by purchase, borrowing, impressment or force. After the war citizens submitted claims to local county courts. Reports about these claims compiled and sent to Richmond by the courts and became the court booklets.

The Family History Library has bound all the booklets into 3 volumes.

Includes index.

Contents: v. 1. [Accomack-Fluvanna counties] -- v. 2. [Fluvanna-Orange counties] -- v. 3. [Orange-York counties and the index].

The Oakland FamilySearch Library has the following: no.1 Fairfax ; no.2 Henry ; no.3 Pittsylvania ; no. 4 Campbell, and no. 5 Halifax.

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