The Resource Warren County (Va.) Fiduciary Records

Warren County (Va.) Fiduciary Records

Warren County (Va.) Fiduciary Records, 1850-1938
Warren County (Va.) Fiduciary Records
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Warren County (Va.) Fiduciary Records, 1850-1938, consist of Guardian Bonds; Records of Fiduciaries; Guardian's Committee Bonds; Administrator's Bonds; Executor's Bonds; Estate of J. M. Johnson's Ledger; Estate of J. M. Johnson's Journal; Leger and Inventory and Appraisement of Joseph S. Hoffman's estate
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Biographical or historical data
  • Warren County was named for the United States president James Warren and was formed from Tazewell and Russell Counties in 1858.
  • Fiduciary Records consist of the records produced by executors, executrices, administrators or administratrices. The executors and executrices handled the estate of a person who died testate and the administrators and administratrices handled the estate of a person who died intestate. They had an inventory or an inventory and appraisement made of the deceased person's estate. They gave accounts currents telling how they collected debts owed the decease and the payment of the decease person's debts. They gave a report called a "Settlement of the Estate" which said what was done with the deceased person's estate that was left after all that person's debts were paid.
  • Fiduciary Records may include the records of a guardian appointed to administer the estate of a child under the age considered to be the age of an adult. The guardian would give accounts of the monies spent to feed, cloth, educate, and maintain their ward. They would rent out the land and/or slaves owned by their ward to produce income for the ward's support and record the amount of rent received in their accounts. If their ward received a legacy or a deed of gift, that information would be recorded in the guardian's accounts. When the child became of age, a final account would be made and a receipt from the ward would be included.
Cataloging source
Location of other archival material
Additional Warren Fiduciary Records can be found on microiflm at the Library of Virginia. Consult "A Guide to Virginia County and City Records on Microfilm" found on the Library of Virginia web site.
Warren County (Va.) Fiduciary Records
  • These items came to the Library of Virginia in shipments of court papers from Warren County
  • This collection is located at the State Records Center. Contact Archives Research Services for access information, directions and hours
  • The Library of Virginia
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Contents list
Governing access note
There are no restrictions
Immediate source of acquisition
Warren County Circuit Court
Terms governing use
There are no restrictions.
Type of unit
boxes and or volumes.

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