Warwick County, Virginia, colonial court records in transcription



Publisher: Jones House Association in Williamsburg, Va

Written in English
Published: Pages: 697 Downloads: 671
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Places:

  • Warwick (Newport News, Va.),
  • Virginia,
  • Newport News.

Subjects:

  • Court records -- Virginia -- Newport News.,
  • Warwick (Newport News, Va.) -- Genealogy.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementRichard Dunn, editor.
GenreGenealogy.
ContributionsDunn, Richard., Jones House Association, Inc.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF232.W27 W38 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 697 p. ;
Number of Pages697
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3585679M
ISBN 100806351438
LC Control Number2002284159
OCLC/WorldCa49755063

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"The documents are grouped according to the repository in which. Transcriber Richard Dunn has previously compiled three volumes on the colonial records of this county (a large base volume, a page supplement, and an earlier edition of this book). This second edition of Warwick County, Virginia, Court Records in Transcription covers eight more years than the first edition.

Formed From: Warwick River County from to Now extinct, incorporated into the city of Warwick inand then into the city of Newport News in Lost Records Note: County court records were destroyed Virginia several times, primarily during the Civil War in and County colonial court records in transcription book minute books and loose records from to were.

Byrecords indicate Virginia established parishes in Warwick County (Mulberry Island was the second parish).The Denbigh parish overlooked church creek.

Like many settlements in colonial America Denbigh’s namesake might well have originated from an area of England that the colonists admired. Warwick County became extinct inwhen it became the city of Warwick.

The new city was consolidated with the city of Newport News in and took the latter's name. Denbigh was the county seat. Note: County court records were destroyed at several times, primarily during the Civil War in and County court minute books and loose.

The original records of Warwick County have never been transcribed–until now. Arranged by repository and thereunder chronologically, the entries derive mostly from court order books, record books, minutes, cattle accounts, and a variety of miscellaneous Rating: % positive.

The clerk's office was burned on 15 December County court minute books and loose records from to were destroyed by the fire. Additional records were burned in Richmond on 3 Aprilwhere they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War.

A portion of the records in the collection were returned to Warwick County in. Warwick County, which merged with the city of Warwick inwas one of Virginia’s original shires upon its creation in (The name changed from Warwick River County to simply Warwick County in –) The original records of Warwick County have never been transcribed—until now.

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