Kingston Parish Register, Gloucester and Mathews Counties, Virginia, 1749-1827

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Genealogical Publishing Com, Jun 1, 2009 - Reference - 167 pages
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Gloucester County was erected in 1751 and consisted of four parish subdivisions, including Kingston Parish, which was cut off from Gloucester in 1791 to form the present county of Mathews. The Register of Kingston Parish is one of the few colonial records from this area to have survived more or less intact. The authors have painstakingly copied the marriages, births, and deaths recorded in the Register, with the result that 530 marriages, 1750 births, and 120 deaths are incorporated into this present work. Some 6,000 persons are cited in the index.

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This was a waste of $10.00. The should let you see the index as the free preview.

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