Friday, September 12, 2014

King William Co. VA Ancestors: Images of Wills and Deeds

King William County Court House

King William County, Virginia Court House Records

King William County, Virginia was created in 1702 from King and Queen County, Virginia and was named after William of Orange, King of England. The court house was built in 1725 and is the oldest court house in continuous use in the United States.

King William County Wills, Estates, Marriages available to members of Virginia Pioneers

Miscellaneous wills, estates
  • Dabney, George, LWT, transcript
  • Garlick, Samuel, LWT (Transcript)
Images of King William County Deeds, Book 5, 1806 to 1810
  • Abraham, Mordecai (bond)
  • Bagwell, Hickerson
  • Bagwell, John
  • Bartholomow to Mill
  • Bernard, Johnson
  • Blackwell, Robert
  • Blackwell, Thomas to Martha Blackwell
  • Bowles, Thomas to Thomas Smith
  • Burke, William
  • Courtney to Lipscomb
  • Dabney, William to Thomas Elliott
  • Dandridge, William
  • Day, Nathaniel
  • Elliott, Temple, et al
  • Elliott, Temple, Joseph Hillyard, et al
  • Evans, Thomas to William Gregory
  • Fairfax, Thomas
  • Foster, Blackwell
  • Fox, Barley
  • Fox, John and Henry Timberlake
  • Fox, John to Thomas Redd
  • Fox, John to William Samuel
  • Garlick, Samuel
  • Garlick, Samuel to Robert Hill
  • Gregory, William, et al
  • Gwaltney, Richard to Richard Patterson
  • Gwaltney, Richard and Charlotte
  • Gwathney, Templeton
  • Hill, John
  • Isbell, George
  • Johnson, Richard and Ann Barber
  • Johnson, Thomas
  • Killgard, James
  • King, John and Polly
  • King, John and Reuben Dugar
  • King, John and Polly
  • Lambeth, Francis
  • Langhorne, William
  • Lipscomb
  • Lipscomb to Lipscomb
  • Lipscomb, Ambrose
  • Lipscomb, Madison (bond)
  • Lipscomb, Samuel
  • Littlepage, Hardin to Montague Williams
  • Littlepage, James
  • Madison, Ambrose
  • Madison, George to Polly Madison
  • Madison to Chamberlayne
  • Madison, Pamela
  • Mill, John to Eliza Camp
  • Mitchell, Grany
  • Mitchell, John
  • Moore, Thomas
  • Neale, James to William Newman
  • Newman, Catharine
  • Newman, William
  • Oliver, Benjamin Jr. (bond)
  • Pemberton, William to James Edwards
  • Pemberton, Wilson
  • Quarles, Francis
  • Quarles, Francis West
  • Quarles, Isaac
  • Redd, Robert
  • Redd, Thomas
  • Reynolds, John to Thomas Baker
  • Reynolds, Nathaniel to Thomas Bryant
  • Roane, John, Hardin Littlepage, et al
  • Roane, John (bond)
  • Slaughter, James to Robert Blackwell
  • Smith, James and Thomas Smith
  • Taylor, Richard Squire
  • Thomas, James
  • Tompkins, Christopher to Templeton Elliott
  • Watkins, Susannah and William
  • White, William to Thomas Chamberlayne
  • Williams, James to Reuben Dugas
  • Winfrey, Mary
  • Wyatt, William to John and Robert Pollard
  • Wyatt, William to Reuben Atkins
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