King & Queen County, VA

King & Queen County, VA

Miscellaneous Colonial & Revolutionary Records & Papers

Book - 2002
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King & Queen county was created in 1691 from New Kent County, VA., which is a burned county. During and after the Revolution, many of these early residents moved west to Kentucky and other states heading westward. This volume primarily covers the post Revolutionary time farme with such things as: Colonial service from King & Queen county (rolls), Pension lists 1787, various petitions, rejected pension applications, Loyalist claims, Inscriptions from Glebe Cemetery, Militia list for 1793-1799, Lists of various Companys serving 1812, and Numerious Legal Papers.
Publisher: Greenville, S.C. : Southern Historical Press, 2002
ISBN: 9780893083724
Branch Call Number: 929.3755352 F624k 2002
Characteristics: 101 p. ; 21 cm


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