1 edition of Pittsylvania found in the catalog.
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The book rings with the names of early inhabitants and prominent citizens. For the genealogist there is the important and wholly fortuitous list of tithables of Pittsylvania County for the year , which enumerates the names of nearly 1, landowners and property holders, amounting in sum to a rough census of the county in its s: 1. Following is a thorough (but not complete) list of records in the Pittsylvania County Clerk's Office, keyed to the above map locations, as informally inventoried during May-June 1. Deed Books, 2. Chancery Order Books, 3. Defendant Index to .
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Pittsylvania Circuit Court Clerk. 1 N Main St / PO Chatham, Virginia to M-F. Phone: () Accounts Current Book 4, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, Regular price $ Pittsylvania County, Virginia Register of Free Negroes and Related Documentation.
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Starting April 12 and continuing until further notice, all Pittsylvania County Convenience Center sites will be closed on Sundays. Convenience centers will close. The geographic information system (GIS) information contained within this GIS site is provided solely as a public service by Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
All GIS data contained herein has been compiled from the public records of the county and is subject to constant change. Data accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Pittsylvania County Court Orders. Some Booth(e) information in Pittsylvania County Court Order Books. Order Book 3, Page 47 August Court John Wilson and Co, Plaintif ag.
Payne's abstracts of deeds in Pittsylvania Co. Pittsylvania book has valuable genealogy information for the serious researcher. You have to be pretty serious to look at early deeds in Pitt County.
I have found valuable deed information in this book. Sometimes I further verify it by ordering the film from the LDS in 5/5(1). Pittsylvania County Land Books (tax records), to present, more than volumes. Claims for Supplies, Revolutionary War Soldiers, Pittsylvania County, (Partial) Muster Roll,Pittsylvania County.
Book of Estrays, Old Surveys, Books 1 and 2, Entry Record Book (one volume). The Danville Register and Bee is pleased to present this hardcover coffee-table book, "Danville & Pittsylvania County Memories: A Photographic History of the s through the s." This heirloom-quality, page book features a glimpse of life in and around Danville and Pittsylvania County in stunning historic photos from the archives of Averett University, Danville Historical Society 4/5(1).
Visit the post for more. There are no upcoming events. View Calendar. Due to the overwhelming popularity of the "Danville & Pittsylvania Memories" book, the Danville Register & Bee is proud to announce an all-new collectible hardcover volume in this retrospective series, “Danville & Pittsylvania County Memories II: The s, s & s.”.
This book contains a detailed history of Pittsylvania County, Virginia, which traces its early settlement, growth, and development, as well as many of the Cited by: 1. Pittsylvania County, Virginia Genealogy has members. This website is for genealogy research on families from Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
This is. ILL indicates a copy is available for loan Local Records Categories and Contents; Reel No. Bonds/Commissions/Oaths: ILL: Officials’ Bonds Book,index, p.
The closure of all branches of the Pittsylvania County Public Library has been extended until Thursday, Ap at the direction of the Board of Supervisors, in keeping with the federal directive. Book drops will remain closed, so please keep anything you have checked out until we reopen.
Deed books, (with wills ) ; indexes to deeds, Authors: Virginia. County Court (Pittsylvania County) (Main Author) Format: Manuscript/Manuscript on Film Language: English Publication: Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, The GIS information contained within this GIS site is provided solely as a public service by Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
All GIS data contained herein has been compiled from the public records of the County and is subject to constant change. Data accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Virginia: Pittsylvania: Accounts Current Book 4, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, - Gayle Austin A L.
Scope and Content Deed Books,of Pittsylvania County Court. The deed book records the name of the grantor and grantee, the residence of both individuals and the description of property being sold or transferred.
Pittsylvania County, VA Deed Book 6, page 38 – (Month and day blank),from Silvs. Stokes of Pittsylvania to John May of Pittsylvania, for the love and good will that said Stokes bears to said John May, a track of land containing acres more or less on the water of White Oak Creek and bounded by Jonas Lawson’s corner.
Signed Silvs. FHL Book Prdc v. 2 [Pittsylvania County appears in Vol. 2 Part 4] [Parrott] Reksten, Harald S. "A Reexamination of the Relationships Among the Parrott Families in the American Colonies in the 17th Century," Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, Vol. 47, No. Pittsylvania County was formed in from Halifax County, Virginia.
It was named after William Pitt, the first Earl of Chatham, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from to In the western part of Pittsylvania County was divided and became Henry County.
Pittsylvania County Land Records. Deed books, (with wills ) ; indexes to deeds, Family History Library. Entries from an old record book of Drury Stith concerning land and property in Pittsylvania County, Family History Library. Estray book, Family History Library.
Index to Pittsylvania County, Virginia land entries, ; index to. OLD MINUTE BOOK - no number given Pittsylvania Co., Va. John Fennall - Pittsylvania Co., bought land from Margaret White - James Roberts sold to Robert Williams for pounds Virginia money, acres in Sandy Creek - Crenshaw from Hanover Company.
Isaac Clement and wife Ann owned acres on Sycamore Creek in WILL. Pittsylvania County, Virginia deed book 4, by,T.L.C. Genealogy edition, in EnglishPages: This collection consists of Virginia will records extracted from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly.
The collection is organized by county, and includes a detailed table of contents at the beginning of the book, as well as a name index at the back of the book.