County court order books contain records of all matters brought before the court while in session. The information contained in these records may not appear elsewhere. The order books typically provide a synopsis of court cases in a relatively organized format. Records you may find include appointments of local officials and militia officers, records of legal disputes, appointments for guardians for minors, apprenticeships of minors authorized by overseers of the poor, naturalizations, road orders, and the register of free Negroes.
This volume contains entries from Spotsylvania County Order Book 1738-1739 beginning on page 94, August 5, 1740 and ending on page 204, February 2, 1742.
Ruth and Sam Sparacio
(1992), 2023, 8½x11, paper, index, 122 pp.