Monday, September 2, 2013

Digital images of Albemarle Co. VA Wills

Images of old Virginia Wills are being added to Virginia Pioneers weekly. Stay tuned to see names of testators. This information should help you discover specific records of your ancestors.

Albemarle County, Virginia Court House Records


Albemarle Co. Court HouseAlbemarle County was established 1744 from Goochland County. The county seat is Charlottesville. The county was named in honor of Willem Anne van Keppel, 2nd Earl of Albemarle and titular Governor of Virginia at the time. In 1761 the county was divided to form Buckingham and Amherst counties, at which time the county seat was moved from the formerly-central Scottsville to Charlottesville.

Albemarle County Wills, Estates, Marriages available to Members of Virginia Pioneers

Marriages
  • Marriages 1780 to 1868

Indexes to Probate Records
  • Wills 1748 to 1752
  • Deeds 1748 to 1752
Digital Images of Albemarle County Wills and Estates 1748 to 1752 
Testators: Abney, Abner;Allen, William Hunt; Arrington, William;Baber, Robert;Ballon, William, inventory; Brock, George;Bruce, John;Burke, Charles, estate;Cannon, William, inventory;Christian, Robert;Dameron, Lazarus; Dameron, Richard;Duncan, Martin, inventory;Finley, Margaret; Franklin, Benjamin;Gains, Bernard, inventory;Gorden, John, estate;Hamilton, inventory;Hamilton, Henry, inventory; Hamner, Robert;Lifely, Mary; Lynch, Charles; Mahoney, James, inventory; Maxwell, Edward, inventory; Morrell, William; Osborne, Arthur, appraisement; Osborne, Arthur; Phelps, Thomas; Phelps, William; Reid, Andrew;Robertson, James;Rose, Robert; Shehornes, John Darby;Spurlock, William;Sublet, James; Tuley, John;Webb, Wentworth, inventory and Williamson, James, inventory. 

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