Prince George County (Va.) Deed Books, 1713-1792

Publication information Library of Virginia

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From http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/lva/vi02562.document
[Retrieved 2011-06-27]</line><line /><line>Administrative Information </line><line /><line>Access Restrictions
There are no restrictions.</line><line /><line>Use Restrictions
Use microfilm copy, Prince George County (Va.) Reels 1-3.</line><line /><line>Preferred Citation
Prince George County (Va.) Deed Books, 1713-1792. Prince George County (Va.) Reels 1-3, Local government records collection, Prince George County Court Records. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia 23219.</line><line /><line>Acquisition Information
These items came to the Library of Virginia in a shipment of court papers from Prince George County.</line><line /><line>Descriptive Summary </line><line /><line>Repository: The Library of Virginia
Collection numbers: Barcode numbers 1146805-1146813/Prince George County (Va.) Reels 1-3
Title: Prince George County (Va.) Deed Books, 1713-1792
Location: Library of Virginia
Physical Characteristics: 9 v. (2048 p.); 5 microfilm reels
Language: English
Collector: Prince George County (Va.) Circuit Court. </line><line /><line>Scope and Content
Deed Books, 1787-1792, Deeds and etc., 1713-1728 and Deed and C., 1759-1760, of Prince George County Court. The deed books record the name of the grantor and grantee, the residence of both individuals and the description of property being sold or transferred. The volumes have indexes which contains the first and last names of both parties. It is arranged alphabetically from A-Z.</line><line /><line>Historical Information
Prince George County was formed in 1702 from Charles City County.</line><line /><line>The deed books of Prince George County in this collection were created by the County Court.</line><line /><line>Arrangement
Arranged chronologically.</line><line /><line>Adjunct Descriptive Data </line><line /><line>Related Material
Additional Prince George Land Records can be found on microfilm at the Library of Virginia. Consult "A Guide to Virginia County and City Records On Microfilm" found on the Library of Virginia web site.</line><line /><line>Prince George County is one of Virginia's Lost Records Localities. Additional Prince George County Court Records may be found in the Virginia Lost Records Localities Collection at the Library of Virginia. Search the Lost Records Localities Database found at the Library of Virginia web site.</line><line /><line>Index Terms </line><line /><line>Corporate Names:
Prince George County (Va.) Circuit Court. </line><line /><line>Geographical Names:
Prince George County (Va.) -- History--18th century. </line><line /><line>Genre and Form Terms:
Deeds-- Virginia -- Prince George County.
Land records -- Virginia -- Prince George County.
Local government records -- Virginia -- Prince George County. </line><line /><line>Added Entry - Corporate Name:
Prince George County (Va.) County Court.</line><line />

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Records not imported into SOUR (source) Gramps ID S_2090133905:

Skipped subordinate line Line 13217: 2 PLAC Richmond, Virginia

 

Repositories

Number Title Type Call number
1 Library of Virginia, The Book

References

  1. Reel 1, p 304
    1. Lanier, John
    2. Death, Lanier, John