2 edition of Fairfax County, Virginia, will book F, 22 February 1791-19 May 1794 found in the catalog.
Fairfax County, Virginia, will book F, 22 February 1791-19 May 1794
|Other titles||Will abstracts of Fairfax County, 1791-1794.|
|Statement||compiled & published by Ruth & Sam Sparacio.|
|Series||Virginia county court records|
|LC Classifications||F232.F2 S6726 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||88198442|
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Source: Virginia County Court Records - Fairfax Co., Virginia Will Book F 22 February - 19 May - Compiled and Published by Ruth and Sam Sparacio, McLean Virginia, Page 73.
At a Court held for the County of Fairfax 21st Feby. This will was presented in Court by George Chapman and the same being proved by the oath of Richard Harrison and Wm.
Henry Terrett is admitted to record. Test, P. Wagener Cl. Recorded in Will Book F, No. 1, at page 1 and Examined. === WILL BOOK "F" Fairfax County, Virginia.
At Court continued and held for County Wm. Herbert of Fairfax 17th September The additional Estate Account of Thomas Colvill deceased as administered by George Washington was presented in Court and the same being examined is allowed and ordered to be recorded === FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA WILL BOOK F [22 February - 19 May ] pp Deed & will abstracts of Stafford County, Virginia by Ruth Sparacio 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.
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She married James Bentley Jones in Allegany County, MD. James, a son of Samuel and Esther Jones, was born in Charles County MD and died Novem in Ritchie County WV. James served in Captain West’s Company of Fairfax County VA Militia during the American Revolution.
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