3 edition of Implied marriages of Fairfax County, Virginia found in the catalog.
Implied marriages of Fairfax County, Virginia
|Other titles||Fairfax County, Virginia implied marriages|
|Statement||Marty Hiatt & Craig Roberts Scott, editors.|
|Series||Virginia historic marriage register|
|Contributions||Scott, Craig Roberts.|
|LC Classifications||F232.F2 H49 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 345 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||97159312|
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Their marriage is recorded in the Overwharton Parish Record. Their marriage is also referenced in Implied Marriages of Fairfax County, Va. by M. Hiatt and C. R. Seat, based upon Loudoun Will Book A page The Marriage Returns of the City of Fredericksburg, Va. by Therese A. Fisher states that James Wigginton married Sarah Botts Feb. 2. Virginia Vital Records Virginia registration of births, deaths, and marriages began on a county level in and continued until Many counties abandoned registration during the Civil War, or recorded only a small percentage of events. Marriage bonds and licensing were in place from the s in Virginia, though are sporadic and fragmented.
Virginia Counties through , and their Records 1 Compiled by John Barrett Robb; published 6Apr Following is a list of all the Virginia counties created by , including extinct or renamed counties, together with a summary of their principal surviving public records. The parents of each county are also indicated. Fairfax County Road Orders is a cooperative project of the Fairfax County History Commission and the Virginia Transportation Research Council. This volume covers the surviving northern Virginia transportation records for the last half of the 18th century and.
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FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA IMPLIED MARRIAGES by Marty Hiatt & Craig R. Scott,xiv, pp. The authors have Virginia book the extensive court card file of marriages based on a wide variety of Implied marriages of Fairfax County, deed and other records in order to put this information in the hands of genealogists.
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Get this from a library. Implied marriages of Fairfax County, Virginia. [Marty Hiatt; Craig Roberts Scott] -- Implied marriages are those cited in records which give the maiden name of the wife, or if a widow, her previous married name, and "for which no official record (marriage bond, license, or minister's.
Sometimes residences, parents' names, marriage dates, and other information are given. Implied marriages are those cited in records which give the maiden name of the wife, or if a widow, her previous married name, and "for which no official record (marriage bond, license, or.
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Implied Marriages of Fairfax County, Virginia. Athens, Ga.: Iberian Pub. Co., Available at FHL. Divorce [edit. This book is the master index to all of the Fairfax County Gravestone books. It also contains corrections, additions and updates. B4 "Implied Marriages of Fairfax County, Virginia." Marty Hiatt & Craig R.
Scott. Iberian Publishing. Athens GA. HJW "Index to the Fairfax County Virginia Register of Marriages - ". The Public Service Division of the Fairfax Circuit Court is located on the first floor of the Fairfax County Courthouse at Chain Bridge Road in Suite Telephone (press 3.
Marriage Records Fairfax Court has very little official surviving marriage information prior to The information below, provided by the Library of Virginia, is meant as an introduction to how marriages were recorded in Virginia prior to the adoption of a statewide recording system in King George County, Virginia Marriages, v Implied Marriages e book Some Wills from the Burned Counties of Virginia e book Northern Neck (Land) Warrants & Surveys, (Hampshire, Berkeley, Loudoun, Fairfax, King George, Westmoreland, Richmond, Northumberland & Lancaster) Counties e book.
Fairfax Marriage Records are official documents that contain information about marriages certified in Fairfax, Virginia. These include Fairfax marriage licenses, certificates, registries, and vital record indexes.
Marriage Records can show whether a wedding is legally valid, which may be required to obtain benefits related to marriage. Click to read more about Implied marriages of Fairfax County, Virginia (Virginia historic marriage register) by Marty Hiatt. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Marty Hiatt.
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Add | $ Description; Details; pages. he authors have duplicated the extensive court card file of marriages based on a wide variety of will, deed and other records in order to put. Fairfax County Microfilm. Date of Formation: Formed From: Prince William County Deed Book, Liber T-2,SEE County Court, MINUTE BOOK Marriage Records and Vital Statistics: ILL: Index to Births, Marriages and Deaths, - ILL.
I have the marriage book by John Vogt & T. Keithly, Jr. "Frederick County, Marriages " As I am going through Frederick Co. VA Land Deeds if I see a marriage implied between two people and their marriage not found in the above book, I will post a message. 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.
Genealogists Search Many States. A few marriage records were kept in Virginia before In a state law required marriage records to be kept from then on. Copies of recent marriage certificates can be obtained from the clerk of the court of the county or independent city where the marriage occurred.About Marriage Records in Virginia Virginia mariage records are managed by the Office of Vital records, which is a division of the Department of Health.
Marriage records are available from to present. Marriage, and divorce records are restricted for 50 years after the event.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.