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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.

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The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The index gives…

The list contains 20,820 names extracted from the microfilm rolls of records in the Louisa County Clerk's office. Some originals are in the courthouse but most have been permanently sent to the Library of Virginia in Richmond.

The index gives…

WB 7 P. 197

In Louisa County Court Sept: 11th 1826
This paper writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Henry Mallory dec.d together with the codicil thereto annexed was this day in open court produced and proved by the oaths of…

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