This Old Monmouth of Ours

By: William S. Hornor

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Book Details: 444 pages, (1932), 2007, 444 pp., index, paper, CC

444 pages, (1932), 2007, 444 pp., index, paper, CC

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Hampshire County was formed from the Virginia counties of Augusta and Frederick in 1754. Later, during the American Civil War, it became the first Virginia county wholly in the territory that is now West Virginia. Mrs. Vicki Horton is the compiler of a number of Hampshire County genealogical source record collections, six of which are now available from Clearfield Company (see also items 9734, 9339, 9147, 9336, and 9335).
Hampshire County Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists consists of alphabetically arranged lists of all persons who paid a property tax for every year between 1800 and 1814, except for 1808, when no tax was collected. For each taxpayer Mrs. Horton has coded the number of white tithables in the household, the number of horses owned, and the number of slaves, if any. On occasion, persons are identified with supporting information, such as occupation. All the taxpayers are readily identified in the comprehensive index at the back of the volume. Since this volume contains more than 20,000 entries, it is hard to imagine a better census approximation of Hampshire County residents for this time period.

Title: This Old Monmouth of Ours

Author: William S. Hornor

Categories: Monmouth County,

Publisher: CC: (1932)

ISBN Number: 0806348607

ISBN Number 13: 9780806348605

Binding: Paperback

Book Details: 444 pages, (1932), 2007, 444 pp., index, paper, CC

Seller ID: 9145-102