Virginia Pioneers

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Images of Inventories and Fidiciary Accounts

  • 1721 to 1744
  • 1740 to 1765
  • 1794 to 1807

Images of Wills, Inventories, Accounts

  • 1752 to 1780, Book 2
  • 1780 to 1804, Book 2

Images of Orphans and Guardians

  • Orphans 1740 to 1761
  • Guardians 1759 to 1823, Bk A

Indexes to Deeds

  • 1745 to 1784, Book 6
  • 1785 to 1793, Book 7
  • 1729 to 1736, Book 4

Names of Families in King George County Records

King George County Map

King George County was formed in 1720; taken from part of Richmond County. It was named for King George I of England. The boundaries were from Richmond County to Fauquier County, and had no contact with the Potomac River until the boundaries were changed in 1776, to run from Westmoreland to Stafford.