Users of this information are cautioned that much of this information was taken from extracts. No doubt users will find that this compiler made mistakes, just as mistakes and conflicting transcriptions have been found among some of the published sources. And, of course, this project suffers from the recurring problem of original records lost due to courthouse fires, poor recordkeeping, and many other genealogical catastrophes. Notwithstanding these issues, the information herein serves as pointers to more detailed research undertakings.
Prince Edward County was formed from Amelia in 1754. Prince Edward contributed to Appomattox County in 1845.
Formerly known as Nottoway Parish of Amelia County, Nottoway County was carved from Amelia County in 1788. Nottoway Parish had been originally part of Raleigh Parish.
William Starke, Gentleman, received a patent for land on the head branch of Deep Creek, bounded by Christopher Roberson, Chrles Irby, William & Benjamin Rives, Amelia County, September 8, 1736.
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