Scope and Contents
Three Tax ledgers and five Execution Books for Berkeley County, Virginia kept by Abraham Davenport, Sheriff, and Braxton Davenport, Deputy Sheriff. Jefferson County was formed from Berkeley County in 1801 and some of the tax books cover both time periods.
Tax Books: 1790-1792, Abram Davenport, Sheriff; 1791-1802, Abram Davenport, Sheriff, and B. Davenport, Deputy Sheriff and 1801-1803, Abraham Davenport, Sheriff
Execution Books: 1791, Abram Davenport, Sheriff; Possibly 1792, Abram Davenport, Sheriff; Possibly 1794, Abram Davenport, Sheriff; 1813, Abraham Davenport, Sheriff and Undated, Abram Davenport, Sheriff
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