Deed books typically contain records of land transactions, mortgages, bills of sale, slave manumissions, powers of attorney, and sometimes marriage contracts. Deed books should always be consulted when doing genealogical research.
This volume contains entries from Fairfax County, Virginia, Deed Book C, 1750–1754, beginning on page 3 and ending on page 847 for courts held 27 March 1750 through 17 December 1754 (pages 392 through 527 are missing); Fairfax County, Virginia, Deed Book D, (1) 1755–1757, beginning on page 93 and ending on page 507 for courts held 17 February 1756 through 20 December 1757 (some pages are missing); and Fairfax County, Virginia, Deed Book D, (2) 1758–1761, beginning on page 508 and ending on page 911 for courts held 8 August 1757 through 15 September 1761. An every-name index adds to the value of this work.
Ruth and Sam Sparacio
(1986), 2023, 8½x11, paper, index, 166 pp