Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914

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Wirt County was named for William Wirt, who gained fame in Virgtinia as a lawyer and perhaps is best known for his role in the prosecution of Aaron burr for treason. It was created in 1848 from sections of Wood and Jackson Counties. Wirt County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Wirt County (W. Va.) plat and land survey, 1860, (The Library of Virginia)

Northumberland County was formed in 1645 from the district of Chickacoan, the early seventeenth century name for the region between the Potomac and the Rappahannock Rivers. It was probably named for the English county.

From the guide to the Northumberland County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1740-1838, (Library of Virginia)

Amherst County was formed from Albemarle County in 1761.

From the guide to the Amherst County (Va.) plats and surveys, 1767-1829, (The Library of Virginia)

Kanawha County was formed in 1788 from parts of Greenbrier and Montgomery Counties. Kanawha County was named in honor of the Great Kanawha River that runs through the county. The river was named for the Indian tribe that once lived in the area. The spelling of the Indian tribe varied at the time from Conoys to Conois to Kanawha. Kanawha County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Kanawha County (W. Va.) Circuit Court. Recommendations, 1789, (Library of Virginia)

Lancaster County was formed in 1651 from Northumberland and York Counties.

From the guide to the Lancaster County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1794-1875, (Library of Virginia)

Madison County was formed in 1792 from Culpeper County.

From the guide to the Madison County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1811-1842, (Library of Virginia)

Henrico County was an original shire formed in 1634.

From the guide to the Henrico County (Va.) plat and land surveys, 1813-1863, (The Library of Virginia)

From the guide to the Henrico County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1766-1879, (Library of Virginia)

Fauquier County was formed in 1759 from Prince William County.

From the guide to the Fauquier County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1840, (Library of Virginia)

Hampshire County is the oldest county in West Virginia. It was named for the English shire. Although created by law in 1754 from sections of Augusta and Frederick counties, border unrest during the French and Indian War delayed the formal organization of county government until 1757. A part of Augusta County was added in 1778 and Hardy County in 1787. Hampshire County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Hampshire County (W. Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1767-1804, (Library of Virginia)

From the guide to the Hampshire County (W. Va.) plat and land survey, 1808, (The Library of Virginia)

Fairfax County was formed in 1742 from Prince William County.

From the guide to the Fairfax County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1765-1861, (Library of Virginia)

York County was an original shire formed in 1634. It was previously known as Charles River County from 1634 to 1643.

From the guide to the York County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1765-1804, (The Library of Virginia)

Goochland County was formed from Henrico County in 1728.

From the guide to the Goochland County (Va.) plats, 1783-1812, n.d., (The Library of Virginia)

Washington County was formed from Fincastle County in 1776. Part of Montgomery County was added in 1777.

From the guide to the Washington County (Va.) plat and land survey, 1795, (The Library of Virginia)

Tyler County was named for John Tyler, governor of Virginia and father of the tenth president of the United States, John Tyler, Jr. It was formed in 1814 from part of Ohio County. Tyler County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Tyler County (W. Va.) plat and survey, 1838, (The Library of Virginia)

Rockingham County was formed from Augusta County in 1778.

From the guide to the Rockingham (Va.) plat and survey, 1846, (The Library of Virginia)

Spotsylvania County was formed in 1720 from Essex, King William, and King and Queen Counties.

From the guide to the Spotsylvania County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1775-1824, (The Library of Virginia)

Albemarle County was formed in 1744 from Goochland County. Parts of Louisa County were added in 1761 and 1838.

From the guide to the Albemarle County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1824-1870, (Library of Virginia)

Halifax County was formed in 1752 from Lunenburg County.

From the guide to the A Guide to the Halifax (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1811-1895, (Library of Virginia)

Loudon County was formed in 1757 from Fairfax County.

From the guide to the Loudon County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1784-1859, (Library of Virginia)

Norfolk County was formed in 1691 from Lower Norfolk County. It was probably named by Adam Thoroughgood for his native county in England. Norfolk County became extinct in 1963, when it was consolidated with the city of South Norfolk to form the city of Chesapeake.

From the guide to the Norfolk County (Va.) Circuit Court Records, 1804-1855, (Library of Virginia)

Lancaster County was formed from Northumberland and York Counties in 1651.

From the guide to the Lancaster County (Va.) map of William Clappham's land on the Corotoman River, 1664, (The Library of Virginia)

Monroe County, named in honor of President James Monroe, was formed in 1799 from Greenbrier County, and in 1802 part of Botetourt County was added. Monroe County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Monroe County (W. Va.) Circuit Court. Claims, 1803-1806, (Library of Virginia)

Princess Anne County was formed from Lower Norfolk County in 1691. Now extinct, it was incorporated into the city of Virginia Beach in 1963.

From the guide to the Princess Anne County (Va.) County Court Records, 1816-1827, (The Library of Virginia)

Goochland County was formed in 1728 from Henrico County.

From the guide to the Goochland County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1799-1870, (Library of Virginia)

Prince Edward County was formed in 1753 from Amelia County.

From the guide to the Prince Edward County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1806-1873, (Library of Virginia)

Franklin County was formed in 1785 from Bedford and Henry Counties.

From the guide to the Franklin County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1896, (Library of Virginia)

Middlesex County was formed in 1669 from Lancaster County.

From the guide to the Middlesex County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1686-1875, (Library of Virginia)

Powhatan County was formed in 1777 from Cumberland County. Part of Chesterfield County was added in 1850. It was named either for the Indian chieftan who ruled the Native American inhabitants of tidewater Virginia in the early seventeenth century.

From the guide to the Powhatan County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1790-1826, (Library of Virginia)

Lunenburg County was formed in 1745 from Brunswick County. Part of Charlotte County was added in 1777.

From the guide to the Lunenburg County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1863, (Library of Virginia)

Nelson County was formed from Amherst County in 1807. It was named for Governor Thomas Nelson, Jr.

From the guide to the Nelson County (Va.) Circuit Court. Copy of chancery suit, 1833, (Library of Virginia)

Pittsylvania County was formed in 1766 from Halifax County. It was named in honor of William Pitt, an English statesman.

From the guide to the A Guide to the Pittsylvania County (Va.) Circuit Court. Court Records, 1782, (Library of Virginia)

Mecklenburg County was formed in 1764 from Lunenburg County.

From the guide to the Mecklenburg County (Va.) Circuit Court. Bill of complaint, 1852, 1852, (Library of Virginia)

Southampton County was formed in 1749 from Isle of Wight County. Part of Nansemond County was added in 1785.

From the guide to the Southampton County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1841, (The Library of Virginia)

Robert Alonzo Brock, historian, antiquarian, and collector, was born in Richmond, Va. At the outbreak of the Civil War he enlisted in the 21st Virginia Regiment, transferring later to a hospital unit with which he remained for the duration of the war. Brock later served as associate editor of the Richmond Standard (1879-1882), corresponding secretary of the Virginia Historical Society (1875-1892), and secretary of the Southern Historical Society (1887-1914). He also edited the societies' papers. An avid collector of Virginiana, Brock started his collection before the Civil War and added materials up to the time of his death in 1914, accumulating nearly 50,000 manuscripts relating to Virginia and the history of the South.

From the description of Collection and papers of R. A. Brock, 1582-1914 (bulk 1800-1900). (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 122443749

Mercer County was formed in 1785 from Lincoln County. It was named for General Hugh Mercer of Fredericksburg, Virginia, who died at the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolution. The county became a part of Kentucky when it became a state in 1792.

From the guide to the Mercer County (Ky.) Circuit Court. Records, 1787, (Library of Virginia)

Chesterfield County was formed in 1749 from Henrico County.

From the guide to the Chesterfield County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1752-1893, (Library of Virginia)

Charlotte County was formed in 1764 from Lunenburg County.

From the guide to the Charlotte County (Va.) Circuit Court. Petition, 1868, (Library of Virginia)

Cumberland County was formed in 1749 from Goochland County.

From the guide to the Cumberland County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1759-1897, (Library of Virginia)

Grayson County was formed in 1792 from Wythe County. Part of Patrick County was added in 1810.

From the guide to the Grayson County (Va.) Circuit Court. Commonwealth Claims, 1807, (Library of Virginia)

Nicholas County was named for Wilson Cary Nicholas, Virginia governor from 1814 to 1816. It was created in 1818 from sections of Greenbrier, Kanawha, and Randolph Counties. Nicholas County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Nicholas County (W. Va.) plat and land survey, 1826, (The Library of Virginia)

Essex County was formed in 1692 from old Rappahannock County.

From the guide to the Essex County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1737-1870, (Library of Virginia)

Robert Alonzo Brock was a Richmond, Va., historian, antiquarian, and collector, who served in the Civil War and later worked as associate editor of the Richmond Standard. An avid student of Virginia and southern history, Brock served as secretary of the Virginia Historical Society and the Southern Historical Society, and collected nearly 50,000 manuscripts related to the history of Virginia and the South.

From the description of Correspondence relating to Richmond, Va., newspapers and periodicals, 1807-1906 [microform]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 52368584

King George County was formed in 1720 from Richmond County. Part of Westmoreland County was added in 1777.

From the guide to the King George County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1769-1773, (Library of Virginia)

Greenbrier County was named for the Greenbrier River. It was formed in 1778 from parts of Botetourt and Montgomery Counties. A portion of Monroe County was added in 1827 and Fayette County in 1833. Greenbrier County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Greenbrier County (W. Va.) Circuit Court. Certificate, 1806, (Library of Virginia)

Wythe County was formed in 1789 from Montgomery County. Part of Grayson County was added in 1825.

From the guide to the Wythe County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1881, (The Library of Virginia)

Mecklenburg County was formed from Lunenburg County in 1764.

From the guide to the Mecklenburg County (Va.) land survey along the Meherrin River, 1773, (The Library of Virginia)

Wise County was formed in 1856 from Lee, Russell, and Scott Counties.

From the guide to the Wise County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1886-1894, (The Library of Virginia)

Henry County was formed in 1776 from Pittsylvania County.

From the guide to the Henry County (Va.) Circuit Court. Commissioner of chancery notice, 1876, (Library of Virginia)

Bedford County was formed in 1753 from Lunenburg County. Part of Albemarle was added in 1754 and part of Lunenburg was added later.

From the guide to the Bedford County (Va.) Circuit Court. Commonwealth Claims, 1832-1833, (Library of Virginia)

Louisa County was formed in 1742 from Hanover County.

From the guide to the Louisa County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1742-1858, (Library of Virginia)

Nelson County was formed from Amherst County in 1807.

From the guide to the Nelson County (Va.) plat and land survey, 1829, (The Library of Virginia)

Orange County was formed in 1734 from Spotsylvania County.

From the guide to the Orange County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1831-1871, (Library of Virginia)

Amelia County was formed in 1734 from Prince George and Brunswick Counties.

From the guide to the Amelia County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1823-1884, (Library of Virginia)

Amherst County was formed in 1761 from Albemarle County.

From the guide to the Amherst County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1791-1871, (Library of Virginia)

Ohio County was created in 1776. It was named for the Ohio River. Ohio County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Ohio County (Va.) Circuit Court. Loyalty oath, 1861, (Library of Virginia)

Montgomery County, named for Richard Montgomery, was formed from Fincastle County in 1776. Part of Botetourt County was added in 1790 and part of Pulaski County was added in 1842.

From the guide to the Montgomery County (Va.) Circuit Court. Notice, 1788, (Library of Virginia)

Culpeper County was formed in 1749 from Orange County.

From the guide to the Culpeper County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1783-1871, (Library of Virginia)

Rockbridge County was formed from Augusta and Botetourt Counties in 1778. Additional part of Botetourt County was added in 1785.

From the guide to the Rockbridge County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1820-1837, (The Library of Virginia)

Mercer County was named in honor of General Hugh Mercer of Fredericksburg, who died at the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolution. It was formed from portions of Giles and Tazewell Counties in 1837. Hampshire County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Mercer County (W. Va.) plat and land survey, 1852, (The Library of Virginia)

Augusta County was formed in 1738 from Orange County. The county government was established 1745.

From the guide to the Augusta County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1779-1865, (Library of Virginia)

Brunswick County was formed in 1720 (government established 1732) from Prince George County. Parts of Isle of Wight and Surry Counties were added in 1732.

From the guide to the Brunswick County (Va.) Circuit Court. Certificate, 1776, (Library of Virginia)

Alexandria County was formed from Fairfax County in 1789. The area became a part of the District of Columbia in 1801. Congress returned Alexandria County to Virginia in 1846. The county's name was changed to Arlington County in 1920.

From the guide to the Alexandria County (Va.) Circuit Court Records, 1868-1898, (Library of Virginia)

Harrison County was named for Benjamin Harrison, governor of Virginia and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The county was created in 1784 from Monongalia County. Sections of were added from Monongalia County in 1800, Randolph County, 1802, and Ohio County in 1805. Harrison County was one of the fifty western Virginia counties to form the state of West Virginia in 1863.

From the guide to the Harrison County (W. Va.) Circuit Court. County Claims, 1804, (Library of Virginia)

Surry County was formed in 1652 from James City County.

From the guide to the Surry County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1803, (The Library of Virginia)

Lee County was formed in 1792 from Russell County. Part of Scott County was added in 1823.

From the guide to the Lee County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1804-1831, (Library of Virginia)

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From the description of Collection: Official Virginia records, 1765-1900. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122539081

Fayette County was created in 1780 and was one of the three original counties that made up the district of Kentucky. It was named for the Marquis de Lafayette. Fayette County became a part of the state of Kentucky when it was created in June 1792.

From the guide to the Fayette County (Ky.) copy of land surveys, 1783-1785, (The Library of Virginia)

Richmond, located between Henrico and Chesterfield Counties, was named by William Byrd II, who envisioned the development of a city at the falls of the James River and with the help of William Mayo laid out the town in 1737. It was incorporated as a town in 1782 and as a city in 1842.

From the guide to the Richmond (Va.) Bond Book, 1849-1868, (The Library of Virginia)

Fluvanna County was formed in 1777 from Albemarle County.

From the guide to the Fluvanna County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1801-1862, (Library of Virginia)

Campbell County was formed in 1781 from Bedford County.

From the guide to the Campbell County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1792-1830, (Library of Virginia)

Louisa County was named for Louisa, a daughter of George II. It was formed from Hanover County in 1742.

From the guide to the Louisa County (Va.) Order Books, 1818-1822, (The Library of Virginia)

Gloucester County was formed from York County in 1651.

After the Gloucester County courthouse was destroyed by fire in 1765 and rebuilt in 1766, the General Assembly in 1769 ordered the creation of a town on sixty acres of land owned by John Fox that adjoined the new courthouse. The town was to be named Botetourt Towne for Lord Botetourt, the governor of Virginia. Botetourt Towne was not a popular name and was changed to Gloucester Court House, now Gloucester.

All records were destroyed by an 1820 fire, and most of the records created after 1820 were destroyed by fire in Richmond on 3 April 1865, where they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War.

From the guide to the Gloucester County (Va.) Land Records, 1774, (The Library of Virginia)

The District Courts were created by an act of the General Assembly passed on 22 December 1788. The purpose for the creation of the District Courts was to alleviate congestion in the General Court which had caused unreasonable delays in the adjudication of common law cases. The state was divided into eighteen districts, each composed of several counties, plus the district of Kentucky. The district courts were abolished by an act passed 1 February 1808 and were replaced by the Superior Courts of Law.

Richmond (City) District Court heard cases originating in the counties of: Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, and Powhatan as well as the city of Richmond.

From the guide to the Virginia District Court (Richmond District). Receipt, 1790, (Library of Virginia)

Caroline County was named for Caroline of Anspach, consort of George II. It was formed from Essex, King and Queen, and King William Counties in 1728, and additional parts of King and Queen were added later.

Most loose records and deed books prior to 1836 and will books prior to 1853 were stolen, mutilated, and/or destroyed by Union troops who ransacked the courthouse in May 1864. A near-complete run of order books exists.

From the guide to the Caroline County (Va.) Committee of Safety Proceedings, 1774-1776, (The Library of Virginia)

Richmond, located between Henrico and Chesterfield Counties, was named by William Byrd II, who envisioned the development of a city at the falls of the James River and with the help of William Mayo laid out the town in 1737. It was incorporated as a town in 1782 and as a city in 1842.

The initial town charter allowed male property owners to elect a council, known as the "Common Hall," twelve citizens who appointed the mayor from their membership.

From the guide to the Richmond (Va.) Common Council Minutes, 1796-1807, (The Library of Virginia)

Caroline County was formed in 1728 from Essex, King and Queen, and King William Counties. Additional parts of King and Queen County were added in 1742 and 1762.

Most loose records and deed books prior to 1836 and will books prior to 1853 were stolen, mutilated, and/or destroyed by Union troops who ransacked the courthouse in May 1864. A near-complete run of order books exists.

From the guide to the Caroline County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1741-1871, (Library of Virginia)

Buckingham County was formed from Albemarle County in 1761.

The overseers of the poor was a county agency charged with providing aid to the indigent after the Anglican Church lost this responsibility with the enactment of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom in 1785.

Records were destroyed by fire in 1869.

From the guide to the Buckingham County (Va.) Circuit Court Records, 1805-1839, (The Library of Virginia)

Fairfax County was named for Thomas Fairfax, sixth baron Fairfax of Cameron, proprietor of the Northern Neck. It was formed from Prince William County in 1742.

Original wills and deeds as well as many other loose papers were destroyed during the Civil War; deed books for twenty-six of the fifty-six years between 1763 and 1819 are missing. Numerous pre-Civil War minute books are missing as well.

From the guide to the Fairfax County (Va.) Order Book, 1763-1765, (The Library of Virginia)

Charles City County was an original shire formed in 1634.

Records have been destroyed at various times. The most damage occurred during the Civil War when the records were strewn through the woods in a rainstorm. A few pre-Civil War volumes such as deed books, will books, minute books, and order books exist.

From the guide to the Charles City County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1769, (Library of Virginia)

Hanover County was formed from New Kent County in 1720.

Most county court records, particularly deeds, wills, and marriage records, were destroyed by fire in Richmond on 3 April 1865, where they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War. The circuit court records were not moved to Richmond and were relatively unscathed. Consequently, there is a strong run of common law papers and chancery papers after 1831 that were generated by the circuit superior court of law and chancery and its successor, the circuit court.

From the guide to the Hanover County (Va.) Land Records, 1769, (The Library of Virginia)

New Kent County may have been named either for the English county of Kent or for Kent Island, in the upper waters of the Chesapeake Bay. William Claiborne, a native of Kent who had been driven from Kent Island by Lord Baltimore, was a prominent resident of the New Kent area about 1654 when the county was formed from York County. Part of James City County was added in 1767. The county seat is New Kent.

Records were destroyed when John Posey set fire to the courthouse on 15 July 1787. Many records were lost when the courthouse was partially destroyed by fire during Civil War hostilities in 1862. Additional records were burned in Richmond on 3 April 1865, where they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War.

From the guide to the New Kent County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1688-1858, (Library of Virginia)

Dinwiddie County was formed from Prince George County in 1752.

The bulk of court records prior to 1865 were stolen, mutilated, and/or destroyed by Union troops who ransacked the courthouse during the last months of the Civil War. Post-1830 volumes such as deed books, will books, chancery order books, and marriage registers exist.

From the guide to the Dinwiddie County (Va.) plat and land survey, 1821, (The Library of Virginia)

Chancery Causes are cases of equity. According to Black's Law Dictionary they are "administered according to fairness as contrasted with the strictly formulated rules of common law." A judge, not a jury, determines the outcome of the case.

Lynchburg was named for John Lynch, the owner of the original town site. It was established in 1786, was incorporated as a town in 1805, and became a city in 1852. Parts of Campbell and Bedford Counties were annexed to the city in 1976.

From the guide to the Lynchburg (Va.) Chancery Cause, George M. Smith vs. Samuel G. Norvell, 1852, (The Library of Virginia)

Prince William County was formed in 1730 from Stafford and King George Counties.

Many pre-Civil War records were lost, destroyed, or stolen by Union troops in 1863 during the Civil War. Sixteen deed books and five will books are missing.

Charles Simms, 1755-1819, was born in Prince William County, Virginia. He was an officer in the Revolutionary War attaining the rank of colonel. Simms married Nancy Ann Douglas, the daughter of William Douglas, in 1778 in Morristown, New Jersey.

From the guide to the Prince William County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1739-1831, (The Library of Virginia)

The Superior Courts of Chancery were created in 1802 to handle chancery matters initially handled by the High Court of Chancery. The state was divided into three chancery districts and cases from the counties composing the district were tried in a fixed location within each district. The records were kept in that location. Five additional districts were created before the court was supplanted by local Circuit Superior Courts of Law and Chancery in 1831. This court was sometimes called District Court of Chancery.

Richmond City Superior Court of Chancery included: Albemarle, Amelia, Amherst, Bedford, Brunswick, Buckingham, Campbell, Caroline, Charlotte, Chesterfield, Cumberland, Culpeper, Dinwiddie, Fauquier, Fairfax, Fluvanna, Franklin, Goochland, Greensville, Halifax, Hanover, Henrico, Henry, King George, King William, Loudoun, Louisa, Lunenburg, Madison, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Orange, Patrick, Pittsylvania, Powhatan, Prince Edward, Prince William, Prince George, Spotsylvania, and Stafford Counties.

From the guide to the Virginia Superior Court of Chancery (Richmond District). Records, 1806-1850, (Library of Virginia)

The Superior Courts of Chancery were created in 1802 to handle chancery matters initially handled by the High Court of Chancery. The state was divided into three chancery districts and cases from the counties composing the district were tried in a fixed location within each district. The records were kept in that location. Five additional districts were created before the court was supplanted by local Circuit Superior Courts of Law and Chancery in 1831. This court was sometimes called District Court of Chancery.

Lynchburg Superior Court of Chancery was created in 1814. It heard cases originating in the counties of: Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Franklin, Henry, Patrick, and Pittsylvania and the City of Lynchburg.

From the guide to the Virginia Superior Court of Chancery (Lynchburg District). Records, 1815-1836, (Library of Virginia)

King and Queen County was formed in 1691 from New Kent County

Records were lost in courthouse fires in 1828 and 1833. Records were again destroyed by a courthouse fire set by Union troops on 10 March 1864 during the Civil War.

From the guide to the King and Queen County (Va.) Circuit Court Records, 1803-1863, (Library of Virginia)

Richmond County may have been named for Richmond borough in Surrey, England, or for Charles Lennox, first duke of Richmond and a son of King Charles II. It was formed from Old Rappahannock County in 1692. The county seat is Warsaw.

Some volumes were burned and mutilated through unknown causes; in addition, the will books prior to 1699 were missing as early as 1793, and order books for the period 1794-1816 are also missing. Numerous loose records prior to 1781 are missing as well.

From the guide to the Richmond County (Va.) Circuit Court Records, 1732, (The Library of Virginia)

Accomack County was named for the Accomac Indians, who lived on the Eastern Shore at the time of the first English settlement in Virginia. The word means "on-the-other-side-of-water place" or "across the water." It was one of the original eight shires, or counties, first enumerated in 1634 and spelled Accomac without the k. The county's name was changed to Northampton County in 1643. The present county was formed from Northampton about 1663. In October 1670, the General Assembly temporarily reunited Accomack and Northampton Counties as Northampton County. In November 1673, Accomack County was again separated from Northampton. In early records, the county's name was spelled many ways. In 1940 the General Assembly adopted the present spelling, Accomack. The county gained a small part of the southern end of Smith's Island from Somerset County, Maryland, in 1879, after the United States had approved boundary changes between Virginia and Maryland that had been agreed to in 1877. The county seat is Accomac.

A significant number of loose records from the 1700s suffered extreme water and pest damage. Volumes that record deeds, court orders, and wills exist.

From the guide to the Accomack County (Va.) Recommendation, 1784, (Library of Virginia)

Stafford County was named for the English county. It was formed from Westmoreland County in 1664. Part of King George County was added in 1777. The county seat is Stafford.

Many pre-Civil War court records were lost to vandalism by Union troops during the Civil War. A few volumes that record deeds, court orders, and wills exist.

From the guide to the Stafford County (Va.) Circuit Court Records, 1747-1804, (The Library of Virginia)

Elizabeth City County was an original shire formed in 1634. It is now extinct having been incorporated into the City of Hampton in 1952.

Records were burned or destroyed during the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Additional records were burned in Richmond on 3 April 1865, where they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War. A few pre-Civil War volumes such as deed books, will books, and order books exist.

From the guide to the Elizabeth City County (Va.) Circuit Court Receipt, 1737, (Library of Virginia)

James City County was an original shire formed in 1634. Part of New Kent County was added in 1767 and part of York County was added in 1852.

During the Civil War, the records of James City County and Williamsburg were transferred to Richmond for safekeeping but were destroyed by fire in Richmond on 3 April 1865.

From the guide to the James City County (Va.) Circuit Court. Will of William Yates, 1764, (Library of Virginia)

New Kent County may have been named either for the English county of Kent or for Kent Island, in the upper waters of the Chesapeake Bay. William Claiborne, a native of Kent who had been driven from Kent Island by Lord Baltimore, was a prominent resident of the New Kent area about 1654 when the county was formed from York County. Part of James City County was added in 1767. The county seat is New Kent.

Records were destroyed when John Posey set fire to the courthouse on 15 July 1787. Many records were lost when the courthouse was partially destroyed by fire during Civil War hostilities in 1862. Additional records were burned in Richmond on 3 April 1865, where they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War.

From the guide to the New Kent County (Va.) plat, 1814, (The Library of Virginia)

Hanover County was formed from New Kent County in 1720.

Most county court records, particularly deeds, wills, and marriage records, were destroyed by fire in Richmond on 3 April 1865, where they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War. The circuit court records were not moved to Richmond and were relatively unscathed. Consequently, there is a strong run of common law papers and chancery papers after 1831 that were generated by the circuit superior court of law and chancery and its successor, the circuit court.

From the guide to the Hanover County (Va.) plat and land surveys, 1769-1875, n.d., (The Library of Virginia)

The Superior Courts of Chancery were created in 1802 to handle chancery matters initially handled by the High Court of Chancery. The state was divided into three chancery districts and cases from the counties composing the district were tried in a fixed location within each district. The records were kept in that location. Five additional districts were created before the court was supplanted by local Circuit Superior Courts of Law and Chancery in 1831. This court was sometimes called District Court of Chancery

Williamsburg Superior Court of Chancery included: Accomack, Charles City, Elizabeth City, Essex, Gloucester, Isle of Wight, James City, King and Queen, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, Nansemond, New Kent, Norfolk, Northampton, Northumberland, Princess Anne, Richmond, Southampton, Surry, Sussex, Warwick, Westmoreland, and York Counties.

During the Civil War, the records of James City County and Williamsburg were transferred to Richmond for safekeeping but were destroyed by fire in Richmond on 3 April 1865.

From the guide to the Virginia Superior Court of Chancery (Williamsburg District). Records, 1827, (Library of Virginia)

Prince George County was named for Prince George of Denmark, husband of Queen Anne of England. It was formed from Charles City County in 1702.

Most court records were destroyed in 1782 by British troops during the Revolutionary War and again in 1864 by Union troops during the Civil War. A few volumes that record deeds, court orders, and wills exist.

From the guide to the Prince George County (Va.) Circuit Court Records, 1777-1837, (The Library of Virginia)

Hanover County was formed from New Kent County in 1720.

Most county court records, particularly deeds, wills, and marriage records, were destroyed by fire in Richmond on 3 April 1865, where they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War. The circuit court records were not moved to Richmond and were relatively unscathed. Consequently, there is a strong run of common law papers and chancery papers after 1831 that were generated by the circuit superior court of law and chancery and its successor, the circuit court.

From the guide to the Hanover County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1750-1868, (Library of Virginia)

The District Courts were created by an act of the General Assembly passed on 22 December 1788. The purpose for the creation of the District Courts was to alleviate congestion in the General Court which had caused unreasonable delays in the adjudication of common law cases. The state was divided into eighteen districts, each composed of several counties, plus the district of Kentucky. The district courts were abolished by an act passed 1 February 1808 and were replaced by the Superior Courts of Law.

Dumfries District Court heard cases originating in the counties of Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun and Prince William.

From the guide to the Virginia District Court (Dumfries District) Records, 1790-1807, (Library of Virginia)

King William County was formed in 1701 from King and Queen County.

Most records were destroyed by a courthouse fire on 17 January 1885. Only a few order books and deed books exist.

From the guide to the King William County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1796-1863, (Library of Virginia)

Chancery Causes are cases of equity. According to Black's Law Dictionary they are "administered according to fairness as contrasted with the strictly formulated rules of common law. A judge, not a jury, determines the outcome of the case."

Roanoke, in Roanoke County, was first known as Big Lick because of salt deposits found in the vicinity. The town of Big Lick was established in 1852 and was incorporated in 1874. Its name was changed to Roanoke in 1882, and it became a city in 1884. Roanoke was enlarged by annexation from Roanoke County in 1976.

From the guide to the Roanoke (Va.) Chancery Cause, Janette Land Company vs. Phlegar, Berkeley, and Johnson, 1899, (The Library of Virginia)

King William County was formed from King and Queen County in 1701.

Most records were destroyed by a courthouse fire on 17 January 1885. Only a few order books and deed books exist.

From the guide to the King William County (Va.) plat and survey, 1839, (The Library of Virginia)

Nansemond County was formed from New Norfolk County in 1637. Previously named Upper Norfolk County until it was renamed Nansemond County in 1646. It was named for the Nansemond Indians, who lived in the area in the early seventeenth century. The county became the independent city of Nansemond in 1972. Now extinct, Nansemond merged with the city of Suffolk in 1974. The entire area is known as Suffolk.

Nansemond County court records were destroyed in three separate fires: the earliest consumed the house of the court clerk in April 1734 (where the records were kept at that time), the second was set by British troops in 1779, and the last occurred on 7 February 1866.

From the guide to the Nansemond County (Va.) Claim, 1804, (Library of Virginia)

Dinwiddie County was formed in 1752 from Prince George County.

The bulk of court records prior to 1865 were stolen, mutilated, and/or destroyed by Union troops who ransacked the courthouse during the last months of the Civil War. Post-1830 volumes such as deed books, will books, chancery order books, and marriage registers exist.

From the guide to the Dinwiddie County (Va.) Circuit Court. Wills, 1776-1820, (Library of Virginia)

Gloucester County was formed in 1651 from York County.

All records were destroyed by an 1820 fire, and most of the records created after 1820 were destroyed by fire in Richmond on 3 April 1865, where they had been moved for safekeeping during the Civil War.

From the guide to the Gloucester County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1782-1835, (Library of Virginia)

Nottoway County was formed in 1788 from Amelia County. It was named for the Nadowa Indian tribe.

Many records were destroyed or heavily mutilated in 1865 by Union troops during the Civil War. A few volumes that record deeds, court orders, and wills exist.

From the guide to the Nottoway County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1818-1877, (Library of Virginia)

Chancery Causes are cases of equity. According to Black's Law Dictionary they are "administered according to fairness as contrasted with the strictly formulated rules of common law." A judge, not a jury, determines the outcome of the case.

Richmond, located between Henrico and Chesterfield Counties, was named by William Byrd II, who envisioned the development of a city at the falls of the James River and with the help of William Mayo laid out the town in 1737. It was incorporated as a town in 1782 and as a city in 1842.

From the guide to the Richmond (Va.) Chancery Cause, Attorney General vs. Bradley, etc., 1828-1829, (The Library of Virginia)

Chancery Causes are cases of equity. According to Black's Law Dictionary they are "administered according to fairness as contrasted with the strictly formulated rules of common law." A judge, not a jury, determines the outcome of the case.

Frederick County was named in honor of Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales and eldest sons of George II. It was formed from Orange County in 1738, but, because the region was sparsely settled, count government was not organized until 1743. Part of Augusta County was added later.

From the guide to the Frederick County (Va.) Chancery Cause, Joseph Janney vs. Alexander Stephen, 1836, (The Library of Virginia)

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creatorOf Washington County (Va.) plat and land survey, 1795 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogy Papers, 1636-1878. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Harrison, Benjamin, ca. 1726-1791. Papers of Benjamin Harrison, 1779-1788 (bulk 1779-1783). Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Lancaster County (Va.) map of William Clappham's land on the Corotoman River, 1664 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Mercer County (W. Va.) plat and land survey, 1852 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Ohio County (Va.) Circuit Court. Loyalty oath, 1861 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes, 1879. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes, ca. 1881-1882. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Robinson, Conway, 1805-1884. Papers of Conway Robinson, 1834-1878. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Minor family. Minor family papers, 1787-1905. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Cocke family. Genealogical notes, ca. 1574-1875. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Wise County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1886-1894 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Richmond (Va.) Common Council Minutes, 1796-1807 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Bates, James A. (James Allen), b. ca. 1833. Papers of James A. Bates, 1864-1868. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Blair, John D. (John Durbarrow), 1759-1823. Papers of John Durbarrow Blair, 1781-1823. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Brunswick County (Va.) Circuit Court. Certificate, 1776 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Nicholas County (W. Va.) plat and land survey, 1826 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Robinsons of "Howick" near Urbanna, in Middlesex County, Va. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Goode, G. Brown (George Brown), 1851-1896. Genealogical notes, ca. 1879-1881. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Caroline County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1741-1871 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Savings Institution of Richmond. Virginia banks collection, 1841-1879. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Garland family. Brock Collection: Garland family papers, 1762-1907 (bulk 1816-1857). Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Nansemond County (Va.) Claim, 1804 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Fayette County (Ky.) copy of land surveys, 1783-1785 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Clergymen's collection : Presbyterian Church, 1826-1900. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Fairfax County (Va.) Order Book, 1763-1765 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Inquiry, 1881 October 23. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Brock Collection: Virginia railroads collection, 1828-1894. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Hanover County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1750-1868 Library of Virginia
creatorOf King and Queen County (Va.) Circuit Court Records, 1803-1863 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Stiles, Joseph C. (Joseph Clay), 1795-1875. Papers of Joseph C. Stiles, 1837-1869. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Fairfax family. Brock Collection: Fairfax Proprietary papers, 1675-1843. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Hughes, Archelaus, fl. 1799-1832. Papers of Archelaus Hughes, 1799-1832. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Spotsylvania County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1775-1824 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Spratt, L. W. Papers of L. W. Spratt, 1862-1863. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Richardson, William H. (William Harvie), 1795-1876. Papers of William Harvie Richardson, 1799-1874 (bulk 1807-1862). Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf King William County (Va.) plat and survey, 1839 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Confederate States of America hospitals collection, 1861-1865. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Essex County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1737-1870 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Madison County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1811-1842 Library of Virginia
creatorOf William H. Greene's Map of the Peninsula, n.d. Library of Virginia
creatorOf Smith, Benjamin H., fl. 1859-1865. Papers of Benjamin H. Smith, 1859-1865. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Maury, Robert H. Brock Collection: Papers of Robert H. Maury, 1853-1879. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Charles City County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1769 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Evans, George, fl. 1775-1822. Papers of George Evans, 1781-1822. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Fairfax County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1765-1861 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Loudon County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1784-1859 Library of Virginia
creatorOf M. B. H. Inquiry, 1881 concerning Hillyard family. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Letter, 1821 August 12, "Monticello," [Albemarle County, Va.] to Craven Peyton. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Cunliffe, John, fl. 1785-1791. Papers of John Cunliffe, 1785-1791. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes, ca. 1878-1882. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Albemarle County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1824-1870 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Storming of Stony Point, July 15, 1779. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Wynne, Thos. H. (Thomas Hicks), 1820-1875. Brock Collection: Papers of Thomas Hicks Wynne, 1848-1901. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes, ca. 1878-1882. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Dinwiddie County (Va.) Circuit Court. Wills, 1776-1820 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Henrico County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1766-1879 Library of Virginia
creatorOf L. H. J. Inquiry, ca. 1878-1882. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Letters, to the Rev. Anson Titus, from Brock, Secretary of the Va. Historical Society [manuscript] 1880-1895. University of Virginia. Library
creatorOf Lee, Fitzhugh, 1835-1905. Correspondence of Fitzhugh Lee [manuscript] 1863-88. University of Virginia. Library
creatorOf Accomack County (Va.) Recommendation, 1784 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Hil, Baylor, 1760-1805. Diary of Baylor Hill, 1777, Jan. 29 -- 1781, Jan. 18. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes, ca. 1880-1881. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Virginia Superior Court of Chancery (Lynchburg District). Records, 1815-1836 Library of Virginia
creatorOf C. H. S. Inquiry. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Johnston, Peyton, fl. 1833-1887. Correspondence of Peyton Johnston, 1833-1887. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Brown, Alexander, 1843-1906. Letters of Alexander Brown, 1876-1900. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Harrison family. Harrison family papers, 1701-1910 (bulk 1780-1880). Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes, ca. 1879-1882. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Lipscombe family. Brock Collection: Lipscombe family papers, 1770-1860. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Chevallié, John Augustus. Papers of John Augustus Chevallié, 1786-1867 (bulk 1786-1828). Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914,. The Anderson family. Library of Virginia
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Arms of the Lewis Family of Eastern Virginia. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf McKinney, Philip Watkins, d. 1899. Papers of Philip Watkins McKinney, 1861-1893, (bulk 1890-1893). Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Denny family. Genealogical notes, 1947. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Surry County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1803 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Cumberland County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1759-1897 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Stiles, Robert Augustus, 1836-1905. Papers of Robert Augustus Stiles [manuscript], 1869-1903. University of Virginia. Library
creatorOf Burns, Annie Walker, Mrs., 1894-. Genealogical notes, 1936. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes, ca. 1700-1880. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Brock, R. A. (Robert Alonzo), 1839-1914. Genealogical notes, ca. 1881. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Slaughter, Philip, 1808-1890. Letters from Philip Slaughter to R. A. Brock, 1875-1894. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Virginia District Court (Richmond District). Receipt, 1790 Library of Virginia
creatorOf C. S. H. Genealogical notes, ca. 1880. William & Mary Libraries
creatorOf Monroe County (W. Va.) Circuit Court. Claims, 1803-1806 Library of Virginia
creatorOf Hill, Lewis, fl. 1834-1860,. Correspondence of Lewis Hill, 1834-1860. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf Lunenburg County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1863 Library of Virginia
creatorOf New Kent County (Va.) Circuit Court. Records, 1688-1858 Library of Virginia
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associatedWith Griffin family. family
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