Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia

Volume II


Title page

Honor Roll



These notes are extracted from the records of the District Court, the Circuit Superior Court, the Circuit Court, and all papers belonging to the records of the present Circuit Court. The references are to the bundles of original papers and style of suit or to the number of the order or record book in which the original papers will be found.

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Pages 270-279, Wills, Records, Marriages
Pages 280-289, Marriages, continued
Pages 290-299, Marriages, continued
Pages 300-309, Marriages, continued
Pages 310-319, Marriages, continued
Pages 320-329, Marriages, continued
Pages 330-339, Marriages, continued
Pages 340-349, Marriages, continued
Pages 350-359, Marriages, continued
Pages 360-369, Marriages, continued; Rockingham County Records
Pages 370-379, Rockingham County Records, continued; Augusta Land Entry Book 1
Pages 380-389, Augusta Land Entry Book 1, continued; Augusta Guardians' Bonds; Administrators' Bonds
Pages 390-399, Administrators' Bonds, continued; Glebe Graveyard Tombstone Inscriptions; Augusta County Fee Books
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