Fauquier County Was Established By Act Of The General Assembly Of Virginia On 1 May 1759 The First Instruments Recorded In The Deed Books Were The Bonds Of Joseph Blackwell As Sheriff And Thomas Marshall As Surveyor, On 24 May 1759 Fauquier County Is One Of The Few Virginia Counties To Have All Of Its Deed Books Extant The Abstracts In This Volume Cover The County S First Six Deed Books, And, In Addition To Deeds, Include A Variety Of Records Such As Leases, Bonds, Contracts Of Sale, Commissions, Mortgages, Agreements, Etc Each Abstract Is Meant To Cover The Original Recorded Instrument As Fully As Possible Giving The Names Of Every Individual Mentioned Each Abstract Gives The Names Of The Grantor S And Grantee S As Well As Other Individuals Mentioned Slaves When Named Are Included, As Well As Spouses Names Geographical Features Are Included, But The Exact Dimensions Of The Land Are Not Given In This Work Page Numbers Identify The Placement Of The Original Records For The Researcher Who May Want To Do Further Reading.
1866 4 November 1922 John William Gott was the last person in Britain to be sent to prison for blasphemy.He was a clothing salesman from Bradford, and led a group called the Freethought Socialist League He was sentenced four times for publishing anti christian pamphlets Four months in 1911, two weeks in 1916, four weeks 1917 and finally nine months with hard labour in 1921, which broke his he
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- Fauquier County Virginia Deeds 1759 1778
- John William Gott
- 12 March 2017 John William Gott