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Frederick County, Virginia Minutes of Court Records, 1743-1745

by John David Davis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0788418831, Paperback)

In 1632, the first settlers from Europe who journeyed into the Shenandoah Valley were Jesuit missionaries. They inhabited the region that was to become Frederick Co., VA. The missionaries paved the way for those who moved into this region from MD and PA,

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"This work documents the minutes of court records during the first few years following the inception of the county government (1743-1745), and may be useful to those interested in learning whether or not specific parties were in the Frederick County area at this time"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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