2 edition of Tithables, Loudoun County, Virginia found in the catalog.
Tithables, Loudoun County, Virginia
|Statement||edited and published by Ruth & Sam Sparacio.|
|Series||Virginia County court records|
|LC Classifications||F232.L8 S64 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||93131470|
From “Loudoun County a Hundred Years Ago” by James D. Evans, published ca in an unidentified Leesburg, Loudoun Co, VA newspaper, and reprinted in the William & Mary College Quarterly, Series 1, b pages , under “Resolutions of Loudoun County [Virginia],” Published Electronically by Combs &c. Research Group, © (annotations and format only) . Loudoun County, Virginia Order Book, The Antient Press. McLean, Virginia, and (4) Sparacio, Sam & Ruth. Loudoun County, Virginia Tithable Lists, The Antient Press. McLean, Virginia.] Other items found on Heinegg's .
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(Extracted by Combs Researcher C. Hamnett from Loudoun County, Virginia Tithables, , Vol. 3: , Compiled by Marty Hiatt & Craig Roberts Scott, Iberian Publishing Company, Athens, Georgia, , p. ). Loudoun County, Virginia Tithables , , , , and include a Chris. in the household of, and tax paid by, Henry Teterick, Titerich, Teetrety, Teetrick and Teetrick. In , Loudoun was split into two separate parishes. Thereafter, Chris. appeared as a titheable, and head of his own household, in (Cameron Parish) and
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Loudoun County Government P.O. Virginia bookLeesburg, VA Phone: Government Center: 1 Harrison St. SE, Leesburg, VA See the Research Note on Tithables and also the VA-NOTES entry on Colonial Taxes. Lists of tithables for a county or a household, then, do not enumerate anyone under the age of sixteen or any adult white woman unless they were heads of households.
Relatively few. Original Loudoun County tithe lists () are kept at the County Courthouse. Microfilm copy: FHL Film Published abstracts [edit | edit source]  Hiatt, Marty and Craig Roberts Scott. Loudoun County, Virginia, Tithables, 3 vols. Athens, Georgia: Iberian Pub.
Co., Get this from a library. Loudoun County, Virginia tithables, [Marty Hiatt; Craig Roberts Scott]. OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Running title: Loudoun County tithables "LN.
TL/" Description: pages ; 28 cm. Series Title. Examination of the Cumberland County deeds shows that when Zachariah Hendrick first purchased land inhe was a resident of Amelia County (Cumberland County Deed Book 4, p.
Tithables. Clayton Torrence’s Loudoun County Wills and Administrations, – lists several wills for individuals named Hendrick in Amelia County. The first part of this work consists of an alphabetical list of tithables, or taxpayers, of Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the key counties of the Northern Neck.
Covering the period fromshortly after the county was formed, untilentries are keyed to the two Anglican Virginia book which were co-extensive with the county–Cameron. Loudoun County, Virginia tithables, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Loudoun County, Virginia tithables, Manufacturer: Iberian Pub. The Tithables part of this work consists of an alphabetical list of tithables, or taxpayers, of Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the key counties of the Northern Neck.
Covering the period fromshortly after the county was formed, untilentries are keyed to the two Anglican parishes which were co-extensive with the county--Cameron Parish Author: Margaret Lail Hopkins. A secondary source for Loudoun tax lists was the “Index to Tithables of Loudoun County, Virginia and to Slaveholders and Slaves, ,” compiled and Edited by Margaret Lail Hopkins, Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., Baltimore, MD, ©, hereinafter Hopkins.
Loudoun County is located in the Northern portion of the Commonwealth of Virginia, shares a border with Maryland and is included in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
The County is named for John Campbell, Fourth Earl of Loudoun, a Scottish nobleman who served as Commander-in-Chief for all British armed forces in North America and titular. The first part of this work consists of an alphabetical list of tithables, or taxpayers, of Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the key counties of the Northern Neck.
Covering the period fromshortly after the county was formed, untilentries are keyed to the two Anglican parishes which Pages: Loudoun County, Virginia Tithables, (3 vol.
combined) e book Loudoun County, Virginia Militia Registers, e book Northern Neck (Land) Warrants & Surveys, (Hampshire, Berkeley, Loudoun, Fairfax, King George, Westmoreland, Richmond, Northumberland & Lancaster Counties e book. Index to the Tithables of Loudoun County, Virginia, and to Slaveholders and Slaves, (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($) Internal Revenue Assessment Lists (Virginia) (Source: FamilySearch).
"Index to The Tithables of Loudoun County, Virginia and to Slaveholders and Slaves " Compiled and Edited by Margaret Lail Hopkins. Loudoun Tithables. JT1 "Marriages of Loudoun County, Virginia - " Mary Alice Wertz; Genealogical Publishing Co; LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA TITHABLES, by Marty Hiatt & Craig Roberts Scott.
3 volumes, pages (8½x11), index. A full and faithful transcription of the tithable records of this most important Northern Neck County.
Virginia Taxes & Tax Lists for the Colonial and Early Federal Period 3 Collecting Virginia Taxes Like us moderns, colonial Virginians had an annual “tax day” which was standardized statewide to 10June (or the next day when 10June fell on a Sunday), by an act ofand reaffirmed in , and remained thus through File Size: KB.
A three-volume series, "Loudoun County Virginia Tithables, ," compiled by Hiatt and genealogist Craig Roberts Scott, invites ready comparisons. Inthe number of Germanic-sounding names increases to about The list -- the last available for the German Settlement -- has 67 German families, 10 with the surname Shoemaker or.
Botetourt County, Virginia Tithables, Ask a question about this product. Printable version. SHARE. transcribed and edited by Karen Wagner Treacy. 10 1/2 x 8 1/2, vi, pages.
During the period just prior to the outbreak of the American Revolution and throughout the conflict, a transformation was taking place in the western counties.
Tithables of Loudoun County, Virginia - Cameron Parish John Hannon & John Edwards - 2 tithables Cameron Parish John Hannah & Jno Edwards - 2 tithables Cameron Parish John Hanna, Chas Logan & John Edios - 3 tithables John Hann & Negro Mager - 2 tithables Loudoun County, Virginia Minute Book.
- Virginia Tithables from Burned Record Counties (Family History Library book R4w.) For other locations click on WorldCat; - Virginia Taxpayers, (Family History Library book R4f ) For other locations click on WorldCat.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Loudoun County, Virginia tithables, by Marty Hiatt; 1 edition; Subjects: Genealogy, Tithes; Places: Loudoun County, Loudoun County (Va.), Virginia.- From its humble beginning through today, Loudoun County has much to commend it.
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