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1742-1787
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1742-1787
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Language
eng
Summary
  • Vestry book, 10 January 1742-10 October 1787. Minutes begin with oaths of allegiance to King George II and the Church of England. Orders for processioning are entered periodically with the vestry minutes. For transcriptions see, FREDERICKSVILLE PARISH VESTRY BOOK, 1742-1787, transcribed and edited by Rosalie Edith Davis, 1978. Accession 30097 is the manuscript copy of this volume. (Accession 19765a)
  • Indentures and processioners' returns, 1742-1782, including indentures related to apprenticed orphans and needy children, beginning 4 March 1742, and processioners' returns on the orders entered in the vestry book. Accession 30098 is the manuscript copy of this volume. (Accession 19765b)
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Fredericksville Parish had its origin in Hanover County, having been created by a division of St. Martin's Parish when Hanover County was divided in 1742 to form Louisa County. In 1757 a part of St. Anne's Parish, Albemarle County, was added to Fredericksville Parish, thus extending it to both Albemarle and Louisa counties. In 1845 the part of Fredericksville Parish in Louisa County became Green Springs Parish, and from that date Fredericksville Parish has been limited to a part of Albemarle County.
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Vi
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Records
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  • The Library of Virginia
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1
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  • Virginia Theological Seminary
  • Episcopal Theological Seminary Library
  • Episcopal Theological Seminary Library
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000498634
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Photostats (negative).
Type of unit
v. (172 leaves).

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