The Resource Albemarle County (Va.) Settlement of the Estate of John Rogers

Albemarle County (Va.) Settlement of the Estate of John Rogers

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Albemarle County (Va.) Settlement of the Estate of John Rogers, 1851
Title
Albemarle County (Va.) Settlement of the Estate of John Rogers
Inclusive dates
1851
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Language
eng
Summary
Albemarle County (Va.) Settlement of the Estate of John Rogers, 1851. The record documents the disbursement of money to various people and the receipt of three enslaved people, Lucy and child and Robert, by W.M. Hawkins
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Biographical or historical data
Albemarle County was named for William Anne Keppel, second earl of Albemarle and governor of the Virginia colony from 1737 to 1754. It was formed from Goochland County in 1744, and part of Louisa County and certain islands in the Fluvanna River, now called the James, were added later.
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Albemarle County (Va.) Settlement of the Estate of John Rogers
Note
This item came to the Library of Virginia under accession number 43835
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1
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001589241
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Type of unit
leaf.

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