Order books contain records of all matters brought before the court when it was in session and may contain important information not found anywhere else. A wide variety of information is found in order books including appointments of county officials and militia officers, records of legal disputes heard before the county court, appointments of guardians, apprenticeships of children by the overseers of the poor, naturalizations, road orders, and registrations of free Negroes.
This volume contains entries from Spotsylvania County Order Book 1724-1730. This book is Part III of the 430 pages for Courts held 1 September 1724 through 7 October 1730. Part III covers 6 March 1727/8 through 6 August 1729, beginning on page 220 and ending on page 339.
Ruth and Sam Sparacio
(1990), 2016, 8½x11, paper, , 126 pp