Augusta County (Va.) Judgement and Execution Book II
Scope and Contents
Judgement and execution book, 1906-1913, of John W. Hopewell, Justice of the Peace of Augusta county, Va. which also includes loose papers. The volume shows judgements rendered concerning money and their implementation.
- Creation: 1906-1913
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1.00 Linear Feet
38 p. : bound volume ; 36 cm.
- Guide to the Augusta County (Va.) Judgement and Execution Book II
- Special Collections staff.
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