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by Margaret Lail Hopkins

eBook Index to the Tithables of Loudoun County, Virginia, and to Slaveholders and Slaves, 1758-1786 ePub
Author: Margaret Lail Hopkins
Language: English
ISBN: 080631320X
ISBN13: 978-0806313207
Publisher: Clearfield (October 11, 2012)
Pages: 156
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Subcategory: History
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Margaret Lail Hopkins. Also among the annual lists of tithes for Loudoun County are lists of slaveholders and slaves, and all their names-slaves and slaveholders alike-are recorded in the second part of this work

Margaret Lail Hopkins. The first part of this work consists of an alphabetical list of tithables, or taxpayers, of Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the key counties of the Northern Neck. Also among the annual lists of tithes for Loudoun County are lists of slaveholders and slaves, and all their names-slaves and slaveholders alike-are recorded in the second part of this work. It was the custom at the time to list only the first names of slaves under the full names of their masters, and this is the way they are recorded here. Altogether about 6,000 slaves and slaveholders are named in this section.

by Margaret Lail Hopkins. The first part of this work consists of an alphabetical list of tithables, or taxpayers, of Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the key counties of the Northern Neck

by Margaret Lail Hopkins. Covering the period from 1758, shortly after the county was formed, until 1786, entries are keyed to the two Anglican parishes which were co-extensive with the county-Cameron Parish and (after 1771) Shelburne Parish.

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Margaret Lail Hopkins, Index to The Tithables of Loudoun County,Virginia, and to Slaveholders and Slaves, 1758-1786, 1991. Frederick County Will Book 2:53-59. Frederick County Inventories, 1777-1786, vol. 1, p525. More Genealogy Tools.

Loudoun County (/ˈlaʊdən/) is located in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. In 2018, the population was estimated at 406,850, making it Virginia's third-most populous county. Loudoun County's seat is Leesburg. Loudoun County is part of the Washington–Arlington–Alexandria, DC–VA–MD–WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. Since 2008, the county has been ranked first in the .

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The first part of this work consists of an alphabetical list of tithables, or taxpayers, of Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the key counties of the Northern Neck. Covering the period from 1758, shortly after the county was formed, until 1786, entries are keyed to the two Anglican parishes which were co-extensive with the county--Cameron Parish and (after 1771) Shelburne Parish. Thus taxpayers are listed according to the parish of their residence and the years in which they paid tithes. In all, about 10,000 taxpayers are recorded! Also among the annual lists of tithes for Loudoun County are lists of slaveholders and slaves, and all their names--slaves and slaveholders alike--are recorded in the second part of this work. It was the custom at the time to list only the first names of slaves under the full names of their masters, and this is the way they are recorded here. Altogether about 6,000 slaves and slaveholders are named in this section.
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