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Despite it's small size, Barbados had many courts.&nbsp;A survey of Barbados records completed in 1965 revealed that the following courts have records surviving before the year 1800:<ref>M.J. Chandler, ''A Guide to Records in Barbados'' (Oxford, England: A.R. Mowbray &amp; Co. Limited, 1965), 12-19, 157-159.</ref>  
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=== Pre-1800 ===
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Despite it's small size, Barbados had many courts.&nbsp;A survey of Barbados records completed in 1965 revealed that the following courts have records surviving before the year 1800:<ref>M.J. Chandler, ''A Guide to Records in Barbados'' (Oxford, England: A.R. Mowbray &amp;amp; Co. Limited, 1965), 12-19, 157-159.</ref>  
  
 
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Revision as of 16:15, 23 November 2010

Barbados  Gotoarrow.png  Court Records

Pre-1800

Despite it's small size, Barbados had many courts. A survey of Barbados records completed in 1965 revealed that the following courts have records surviving before the year 1800:[1]

Court Earliest Records
Chancery 1723
Common Pleas 1762
Exchequer 1713
Minutes of Council 1653

References

  1. M.J. Chandler, A Guide to Records in Barbados (Oxford, England: A.R. Mowbray &amp; Co. Limited, 1965), 12-19, 157-159.