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FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES HEADS OF FAMILIES---VIRGINIA, 1784
Gloucester County Tax Lists & Census Records, 1783-1880
THE CEMETERIES OF GLOUCESTER COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Gloucester County Cemeteries
Cemeteries of Lower Gloucester County
Misc. Gloucester County Cemeteries
INDEX TO GLOUCESTER COUNTY SURVEYOR'S BOOKS
Book 1733 - 1806---An index of names appearing on the plats and in the surveyors' explanations.
Book I, 1817 - 1849, A - D---A later index of names appearing on the plats and in the surveyors' explanations.
Book I, 1817 - 1849, E - H
Book I, 1817 - 1849, I - M
Book I, 1817 - 1849, N - R
Book I, 1817 - 1849, S - V
Book I, 1817 - 1849, W - Y
GLOUCESTER COUNTY MARRIAGES
Marriage Licenses, 1777-1778---An Account of Marriage Licenses and Ordinary Licenses issued in Gloster County from October the 20th 1777 to October the 20th 1778: (Yes, that's the way Gloucester was spelled on the document).
Methodist Episcopal Church Marriages ---The following marriage licenses were apparently retained by James Baytop, minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, who performed the marriages, and were never returned to the Clerk's Office. They are among the Stubbs family papers in the College of William and Mary Library, Williamsburg, Va.
Freedmen's Bureau, Register of Marriages, 1861-1869 ---The following marriage certificates are for African American's living in Gloucester Co., 1861- 1869.
WAR OF 1812 PAYROLL RECORDS,
Payroll Records of Capt. Thomas Carey's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. Matthew Gibbs Company
Payroll Records of Capt. John R. Cary's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. William Field's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. Hugh B. Gwyn's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. Horatio G. Harwood's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. William Harwood's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. Catesby Jones's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. William A. Rogers's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. William Jones's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. William K. Perrin's Company
Payroll Records of Capt. John C. Pryor's Company
CIVIL WAR PENSION RECORDS
The Gettysburg Address. (Best viewed with Internet Explorer)
An overview of Disability Pensions
C onfederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows
Disability Applications and Receipts (Artificial Limbs)
The Battery - Built to fortify Gloucester Point during the Civil War
Point Lookout Descendant's Page, which includes history of the prison camp and known men that died there
The Dreaded Elmira (NY) Prison. Includes a list of those buried there
Andersonville Prison. Includes a list of those buried there and links to other Civil War sites
WORLD WAR I and II
A Compilation of Records by Jeff Weaver about Gloucester Co., during WWI
A list of Virginia casualties in World War II
PHOTO'S OF OLD GLOUCESTER HOMES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
"Baytop", State Rt. 618, Bellamy Vicinity
"Mount Prodigal" - The Roane House, taken in 1897, State Rt. 17, Adner Vicinity
"Toddsbury", Nuttall Vicinity
"Abingdon Glebe House", State Rt. 17, White Marsh Vicinity
Longbridge Ordinary (now Gloucester Women's Club), US Rt. 17 & State Rt. 14, Gloucester Courthouse Vicinity
Little England, Circa 1760, located on Rt 672 in the Bena Vicinity
Marlfield. Circa 1732, located on Rt. 612 in the Woods Cross Roads vicinity
Old Store (no date), located on main Rt. 17, White Marsh vicinity
Lands End, Circa early 1800's. Located on Rt. 614, on the Severn River in the Naxera Vicinity
Roaring Springs, Began as a one room pre Revolutionary cottage. Located on State Rt. 616. Throckmorton Plantation
Hay's (sic) Store, (no date or vicinity stated), Gloucester Co.
Rosewell. Built by Mann Page in 1725 and burned in 1916. Located in the White Marsh vicinity
Rosewell Cemetery near Gum Fork, vicinity of York River
Tombstone inscription on grave of Mary Page, wife of Hon. John Page, Esq., dated 1707. Rosewell Cemetery
The above group is a collection of old photo's that are in the "Historic American Building Survey" file, Library of Congress, in Washington, DC.
The Inn at Warner Hall - Warner Hall has undergone an 18 month renovation. It opened October 15, 2000 as an inn.
Cow Creek Mill, circa early 1800's, located on Rt. 14 in Ware Neck. Photo compliments of John McGrain, a Baltimore, Md. Historian
GLOUCESTER COUNTY LEGISLATIVE PETITIONS, 1776 - 1861
This is an inventory of Gloucester County Legislative Petitions in the Archives Division of the Virginia State Library. Further information may be found in the Journals of the House of Delegates and the Journals of the Senate.
Petition to "Remove Free Negroes", 1836
Petition for "The Protection of Oysters", 1843
Petition to Amend the "Oyster Laws", 1847
Petition to Amend the "Oyster Laws", 1861
SLAVE ABSTRACTS, 1829
Cooler Petition for Manumission
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