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Index is downloadable as an Excel file and the full text, with spelling as written in the original document is downloadable as a PDF.

Special thanks to volunteer Cheryl Holzbach for tireless transcription efforts.

Elisha Melton once owned a sizable portion of real estate in and around Louisa Court House. He was in deeply in debt by 1854 and his extensive property was put up for public auction to pay his debts. The images here are from the account kept by H.…

Virginia Department of Historic Resources Cemeteries Page OnlineCemetery GeoForm onlineThe Excel worksheets available here are best viewed by downloading them and then accessing the information, as they have thousands of lines each. They are…

Records of marriages, deaths, membership at Salem Christian Church from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Included are several segregated lists of white and black church members.

Pages in a small account book from about 1844-1865. Many of the births listed in this account are not recorded in the Louisa County Clerk of Court's records of births. Augustus Bowles either owned or lived near Anderson's Mill on Factory Mill Road,…

Portrait of Dr. B.M. Francisco of Horseshoe Farm.

Copied from his original manuscript and slightly abridged by his son, Lauman Ben Johnson. Retyped from photocopy of typed manuscript of son, Lauman Ben Johnson, on March 7, 1990.

Charles Moorman; Born 1715 at Louisa Co., VA; married Mary Adams c. 1737; died after 2 Sep 1778 at VA. His will was dated 2 Sep 1778 at Louisa Co., VA [Louisa County, VA,, Will Book 2, pp. 432-434]:

Be it known to all men that I Charles Moorman of…

Three files:
1. Excel: Sorted by Year, Register Page and Line Numbers.
2. Excel: Sorted by Father Last, First Name.
3. Word: Comma Separated Value Document, 14 of 19 data fields.

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List of slaves formerly belonging to Richard O. Morris free by Abram Lincoln’s proclamation of January 1st 1863 and the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee April 9 1865
1. Uncle Tom
2. John Carpenter
3. George Fountaine
4. Uncle…

This small booklet is among the 1860 tax records. It contains the names, family relationships, location and occupation of free persons of color on the eve of the Civil War. The list contains many names but does not seem to be comprehensive.

A…