Amelia County, Virginia Deed Books 15, 16 & 17 (1778-1786)


In addition to deeds and wives' dower relinquishments, there are marriage contracts, a marital separation, occupations, powers of attorney, migrations to other Virginia counties and to other states, a deed stipulating a military service substitute, owners of ordinaries, apprenticeships, and names of over 400 slaves and their owners. Since Nottoway County was not cut off until 1789, this publication contains the early records for that county as well. 

Gibson Jefferson McConnaughey

8.5" x 10.5", detailed index, 204 pp.