Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Good images of Surry Co. VA Wills on Virginia Pioneers.net

Surry County, Virginia Court House Records

In 1652, Surry County was formed from a portion of James City County in the Royal Colony of Virginia south of the James River. In 1676, a local Jacobean brick house was occupied as a fort or castle during Bacon's famous Rebellion against the Royal Governor, Sir William Berkeley.

Smith's FortHistorical Tidbits: Capt. John Smith's fort in Surry County, Virginia; also called the Rolfe-Warren House. The fort no longer exists. This area was selected for the site of a town. As an inducement to build, settlers were granted in fee simple a half-acre lot. Want to receive more historical tidbits on Virginians? Join our free blog


Surry County Marriages to 1695.

Indexes to Surry County Deeds

Index to Deeds 1741 to 1746
Index to Deeds 1746 to 1749

Surry County Wills, Estates, Marriages available to members of Virginia Pioneers

Banks, John, LWT (extract of lost records)
Gording, John, LWT (extract of lost records)
Harrison, Benjamin, LWT (transcript)
Taylor, Thomas, LWT dated 1744
Warren, Willis, LWT (extract of lost records)
Watkins, Martha, LWT (extract of lost records

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