King & Queen County, Virginia Records. (Vol. #28)
By: Beverly Fleet, Pub. 1946, Reprinted 2018, 122 pages, Index, soft cover, ISBN #0-89308-372-0..
King & Queen County was created in 1691 from New Kent County, VA, which is a burned County. During and after the Revolution, many of these early residents moved West into Kentucky and other states heading westward. This volume primarily covers pre-Revolutionary time frame with such things as: the 1683 St. Stephens Parish Petion, Patents 1711-1718, Cemetery Inscriptions from 7 different cemeteries, Amelia County Land Transactions 1749-1758, Essex County Land Transactions 1703-1707, ealy Land Grants 1653-1665, court house paper 1864-1866, Revolutionary service 1780 and Family notes on 6 different families.