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eBook Frederick County, Virginia, Wills Administrations, 1795-1816 ePub

by Kangas,D. E. Payne

  • ISBN: 0806310227
  • Category: Genealogy
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Kangas,D. E. Payne
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Clearfield (June 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 152
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This work contains abstracts of all wills and administrations recorded in Frederick County, Virginia between 1795 and 1816 . Read instantly in your browser. Frederick County, Virginia, Wills & Administrations, 1795-1816. by Kangas (Author), D. E. Payne (Author)

This work contains abstracts of all wills and administrations recorded in Frederick County, Virginia between 1795 and 1816 and refers in total to some . Payne (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0806310220.

Frederick County, Virginia. wills & administrations, 1795-1816. Frederick County, Frederick County (V., Virginia. Published 1983 by Genealogical Pub. Co. in Baltimore Frederick County, Frederick County (V.

In his book, The History of the Virginia Federal Convention of 1788 (1891), Virginia historian Hugh Blair Grigsby remarked . Kangas, M. D. Payne (1983). Frederick County, Virginia: Wills & Administrations, 1795–1816. Genealogical Publishing Company. ISBN 978-0-8063-1022-0.

In his book, The History of the Virginia Federal Convention of 1788 (1891), Virginia historian Hugh Blair Grigsby remarked of White, "Perhaps no member of the able and patriotic delegation which the West contributed to our early councils exerted a greater influence in moulding public opinion, especially during the period embraced by the treaty of peace with Great Britain and b.

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Frederick County, Virginia Records. Frederick County, Virginia Courthouse Records. Frederick County, Virginia Census Records. The Frederick County record dates below are from the earliest date to present time.

Since West Virginia became a state in 1863, many West Virginia records can be found in this work. There are more than 50,000 individuals listed in this volume, the county in which the wills or administrations are recorded, the baptismal name, and the year recorded. Похожие книги: Essays Virginia Woolf Vo. With this sixth volume The Hogarth Press completes a m. т 3003. Wills and Administrations of Elizabeth City County, Virginia 1688-1800. Blanche Adams Chapman. Owing to an unfortunate error in Clayton Torrence's Vi. т 3263.

Kangas & Payne in Frederick Co, Va Wills & Administrations lists Barbara Hoffman Dick, w/o John Dick: as. .Source: S66 Abbreviation: Kangas & Payne-Frederick Co, VA Wills & Admin Title: Kangas, .

Kangas & Payne in Frederick Co, Va Wills & Administrations lists Barbara Hoffman Dick, w/o John Dick: as daughter of Jacob Hoffman in Jacob's will 13 Oct. 1812, proved 30 Nov 1812. compilers, Frederick Co, VA-Wills & Administrations 1795-1816 (Baltimore, 1983) Subsequent Source Citation Format: Kangas, . compilers, Frederick Co, VA-Wills & Administrations 1795-1816 BIBL Kangas, . Frederick Co, VA-Wills & Administrations 1795-1816.

Frederick County Virginia, Wills and Administrations, 1795-1816. This work contains abstracts of all wills and administrations recorded in Frederick County, Virginia between 1795 and 1816 and refers in total to some 5,000 persons.

This work contains abstracts of all wills and administrations recorded in Frederick County, Virginia between 1795 and 1816 and refers in total to some 5,000 persons.

This work contains abstracts of all wills and administrations recorded in Frederick County, Virginia between 1795 and 1816 and refers in total to some 5,000 persons. Not only are these records of value to the researcher because of Frederick County's frequent boundary changes, but the abstracts themselves are so replete with detail that each one forms a kind of "mini-genealogy."