Justices of the peace--Virginia
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Judgement and execution book, 1881-1906, of justices of the peace of Augusta County, Va. by John W. Hopewell and I. I. Cupp, which shows the judgements concerning money rendered by the court and their implementation. There are also loose papers.
Docket book, 1910-1916, of Augusta County, Va. kept by [John W.] Hopewell, Justice of the Peace which includes loose papers.
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.
Papers, 1846-1860, of William Faber, merchant and justice of the peace of Nelson County, Va. Chiefly accounts but includes a deed of trust for slaves.
Execution book, 1854, of an officer of the court [sheriff or justice of the peace ?]. The judgements concern people in Henrico and Goochland counties, Va. and involve money. The book was later used for poetry, 1889.
Judgement and execution book, 1838-1849, of John Ruff, Justice of the Peace, of Rockbridge County, Virginiaa. which concerns judgements involving money and their implementation.
Artificial collection of papers relating to various counties in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Includes current West Virginia Counties of Berkeley, Hardy, Jefferson, Morgan, Nicholas and Pendleton because the material was generated when these counties were part of Virginia.