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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The first book of Accomack County s court orders (1663-1666) documented the county s infancy; newly formed from Northampton County (Virginia), Accomack s court looked to Col. Edmund Scarburgh for leadership. The second book of court orders (1666-1670) laid bare the Henry Smith and Col. Scarburgh scandals that rocked the county and apparently contributed to its disbanding. In the third book of court orders (1671-1673) the county, renamed Upper Northampton, was placed under the control of commissioners from Northampton County, Accomack s neighbor on the Eastern Shore. In the fourth book, Governor Berkeley considered a 1673 petition requesting that the county be restored and began appointing court commissioners for Accomack County. That January, for the first time in three years, the name Upper Northampton was discontinued. As the scandals faded into the past, Accomack County settled into a more secure future, with the governor still firmly in control. Beginning in April 1676, and ending in May 1678, the fifth book of court orders documents Accomack County s involvement in Bacon s Rebellion (in which Nathaniel Bacon of Suffolk County took up arms and killed about seventy Indians after they had killed some Englishmen) and furthers our understanding of everyday concerns in the 1670s. The Accomack County Court generally met ten times a year, and remained in session two to three days but sometimes as many as five days. The sessions provided news, entertainment and social interaction for the isolated county inhabitants. Punishment was most often in the form of a fine levied in pounds of tobacco, although sometimes offenders received lashes or were put in the stocks. These abstracts provide information about types of offenses which occurred (theft, defamation, unpaid debt, assault, adultery, etc.) and also about churches, schools, clothing, economy, children, health and nutrition, household items, food, animals, Indians, occupations, servants and taxes. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. The every-name index contains about 900 individuals. Bookseller Inventory # FLT9780788407338

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Accomack County s eleventh book of court orders began in May 1710, and continued through November 1714. Either the populace was generally satisfied with the court s judgments or the citizenry had learned that criticism was counterproductive; complaints about the court and its justices are not as evident as in previous years. The introduction spotlights the more interesting, revealing or unfortunate incidents found among the court orders issued during those years. These pages comprise a fascinating collection of accounts of assault, fornication and adultery, thievery and wills. Much can be learned about the economy, orphans and servants, old age and sickness, religion, household items, mills, roads and storehouses, taxes and more. This chronological collection of court orders is attractively presented and includes a fullname plus subject index. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788415371

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Item Description: Heritage Books. Book Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Softcover - indices, 200 pp - Accomack County's eleventh book of court orders began in May 1710, and continued through November 1714. Either the populace was generally satisfied with the court's judgments or the citizenry had learned that criticism was counterproductive; complaints about the court and its justices are not as evident as in previous years. The introduction spotlights the more interesting, revealing or unfortunate incidents found among the court orders issued during those years. These pages comprise a fascinating collection of accounts of assault, fornication and adultery, thievery and wills. Much can be learned about the economy, orphans and servants, old age and sickness, religion, household items, mills, roads and storehouses, taxes and more. This chronological collection of court orders is attractively presented and includes a fullname plus subject index. "In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors' relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors." A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Veteran Owned Bookshop in business since 1992!. Bookseller Inventory # 745139

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.An original Virginia county, Accawmack was formed in 1634; renamed Northampton in 1642/3; and split into Northampton and Accomack Counties in 1663 (the northern part receiving the original name). In April 1663, court sessions were first held in the newly-formed Accomack County. They continued to be held almost every month. In this book, the third volume of court orders (dating from 1671 to 1673) has been abstracted. In late 1672, the inhabitants complained to the governor about having to wait up to three days for the court to convene. Illness, bad weather and distance often detained the gentleman from Northampton and the commissioners who were required to attend. The petitioners wanted local commissioners that would be permitted to hold court on their own. They requested that all business be tried as formerly, as when we were a district county. Approving their request as far as I can grant it, Governor Berkeley appointed Capt. Littleton and Capt. West to the quorum. The court was held at Pungoteague in the tavern of Thomas Fowkes; by the beginning of 1673 the establishment belonged to Ambrose White, who had married Fowkes step-daughter. Hosting the court must have been good for business; the court sessions met and drew a crowd for two or three days almost every month. There, posted on the court house door, early Virginians could read of rewards offered for missing cattle or servants; nearby they could stare at an offender with his crime printed in capital letters, or witness whippings well applied to the naked shoulders. About 2,000 individuals-Indians, African Americans, indentured servants, planters and commissioners-are named in these abstracts. Besides providing a wealth of names for researchers to work with, the court orders reveal valuable-and often entertaining-information concerning the region s economy, relations between different segments of the population, construction of highways, the justice system, social order and mores. Also included, as recorded in the court books, are tax lists and abstracts of wills and deeds. A page-number reference to the original source accompanies each abstract; and an every-name plus subject index guides users through this goldmine of data. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788405860

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Accomack County s ninth book of court orders begins with the court session held December 1697 and concludes with May 1703. The introduction spotlights the more interesting or unusual incidents that occurred during those years. These pages comprise a fascinating collection of accounts of boundary disputes, crime and punishment, contempt of court, fornication and bastard-bearing, assault, church and religion, economy, domestic violence, food and farming, highways and weather, livestock, Indians, servants and slaves, occupations, taverns, tithables and more. Much can be learned in these records about details of the daily life of the period, including pay rates and costs, household items, illnesses, and clothing worn. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788412868

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Accomack County s eleventh book of court orders began in May 1710, and continued through November 1714. Either the populace was generally satisfied with the court s judgments or the citizenry had learned that criticism was counterproductive; complaints about the court and its justices are not as evident as in previous years. The introduction spotlights the more interesting, revealing or unfortunate incidents found among the court orders issued during those years. These pages comprise a fascinating collection of accounts of assault, fornication and adultery, thievery and wills. Much can be learned about the economy, orphans and servants, old age and sickness, religion, household items, mills, roads and storehouses, taxes and more. This chronological collection of court orders is attractively presented and includes a fullname plus subject index. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788415371

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The first book of Accomack County s court orders (1663-1666) documented the county s infancy; newly formed from Northampton County (Virginia), Accomack s court looked to Col. Edmund Scarburgh for leadership. The second book of court orders (1666-1670) laid bare the Henry Smith and Col. Scarburgh scandals that rocked the county and apparently contributed to its disbanding. In the third book of court orders (1671-1673) the county, renamed Upper Northampton, was placed under the control of commissioners from Northampton County, Accomack s neighbor on the Eastern Shore. In the fourth book, Governor Berkeley considered a 1673 petition requesting that the county be restored and began appointing court commissioners for Accomack County. That January, for the first time in three years, the name Upper Northampton was discontinued. As the scandals faded into the past, Accomack County settled into a more secure future, with the governor still firmly in control. Beginning in April 1676, and ending in May 1678, the fifth book of court orders documents Accomack County s involvement in Bacon s Rebellion (in which Nathaniel Bacon of Suffolk County took up arms and killed about seventy Indians after they had killed some Englishmen) and furthers our understanding of everyday concerns in the 1670s. The Accomack County Court generally met ten times a year, and remained in session two to three days but sometimes as many as five days. The sessions provided news, entertainment and social interaction for the isolated county inhabitants. Punishment was most often in the form of a fine levied in pounds of tobacco, although sometimes offenders received lashes or were put in the stocks. These abstracts provide information about types of offenses which occurred (theft, defamation, unpaid debt, assault, adultery, etc.) and also about churches, schools, clothing, economy, children, health and nutrition, household items, food, animals, Indians, occupations, servants and taxes. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. The every-name index contains about 900 individuals. Bookseller Inventory # FLT9780788407338

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Item Description: Heritage Books. Book Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Softcover - Index - 184 pp - An original Virginia county, "Accawmack" was formed in 1634; renamed Northampton in 1642/3; and split into Northampton and Accomack Counties in 1663 (the northern part receiving the original name). In April 1663, court sessions were first held in the newly-formed Accomack County. They continued to be held almost every month. In this book, the third volume of court orders (dating from 1671 to 1673) has been abstracted. In late 1672, "the inhabitants complained to the governor about having to wait up to three days for the court to convene. Illness, bad weather and distance often detained the ‘gentleman’ from Northampton and the commissioners who were required to attend. The petitioners wanted local commissioners that would be permitted to hold court on their own. They requested that all business ‘be tried as formerly, as when we were a district county.’ Approving their request as ‘far as I can grant it,’ Governor Berkeley appointed Capt. Littleton and Capt. West to the quorum. "The court was held at Pungoteague in the tavern of Thomas Fowkes; by the beginning of 1673 the establishment belonged to Ambrose White, who had married Fowkes’ step-daughter. Hosting the court must have been good for business; the court sessions met and drew a crowd for two or three days almost every month. There, posted on the court house door, early Virginians could read of rewards offered for missing cattle or servants; nearby they could stare at an offender with his crime printed in capital letters, or witness whippings ‘well applied to the naked shoulders.’" About 2,000 individuals—Indians, African Americans, indentured servants, planters and commissioners—are named in these abstracts. Besides providing a wealth of names for researchers to work with, the court orders reveal valuable—and often entertaining—information concerning the region’s economy, relations between different segments of the population, construction of highways, the justice system, social order and mores. Also included, as recorded in the court books, are tax lists and abstracts of wills and deeds. A page-number reference to the original source accompanies each abstract; and an every-name plus subject index guides users through this goldmine of data. "In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors’ relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors." A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Veteran Owned Bookshop in business since 1992!. Bookseller Inventory # 745132

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Accomack County s ninth book of court orders begins with the court session held December 1697 and concludes with May 1703. The introduction spotlights the more interesting or unusual incidents that occurred during those years. These pages comprise a fascinating collection of accounts of boundary disputes, crime and punishment, contempt of court, fornication and bastard-bearing, assault, church and religion, economy, domestic violence, food and farming, highways and weather, livestock, Indians, servants and slaves, occupations, taverns, tithables and more. Much can be learned in these records about details of the daily life of the period, including pay rates and costs, household items, illnesses, and clothing worn. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788412868

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Books Twelve and Thirteen of the court orders of Accomack County, Virginia, are treated as a single volume in this work because they both contained less than half the number of pages as the previous Accomack County court order books. Book Twelve covers the period from November 1714 through August 1717, while Book Thirteen covers the period from September 1717 through June 1719. News of the death of Queen Anne on August 1, 1714 had only just reached Virginia in November of that year. King George I had ascended to the English throne, an event commemorated by two epithets on the first page of Book Twelve: God Save the King, and God Damn the King. The introduction to this volume spotlights a selection of the more interesting, revealing or unfortunate incidents found among the court orders issued during those years covered. These pages comprise a fascinating collection of accounts of assault, fornication and adultery, theft, property disputes and wills. Much can be learned about our Virginia ancestors values as a society by examining their management of a wide array of public concerns, such as orphans, the elderly and infirm, crime, businesses, religious observance, mills, roads, taxes, public and private property and more. This chronological collection of court orders is attractively presented and includes a full-name plus subject index. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788416637

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Item Description: Heritage Books. Book Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Softcover - Index - 234 pp - An original Virginia county, "Accawmack" was formed in 1634; renamed Northampton in 1642/3; and split into Northampton and Accomack Counties in 1663 (the northern part receiving the original name). In April 1663, court sessions were first held in the newly-formed Accomack County. They continued to be held almost every month. In this book, the second volume of court orders (dating from 1666 to 1670) has been abstracted. More than 1,700 individuals—Indians, African Americans, indentured servants, planters and commissioners—are named in these abstracts. Besides providing a wealth of names for researchers to work with, the court orders reveal valuable—and often entertaining—information concerning the region’s economy, relations between different segments of the population, construction of highways, justice system, social order and mores. Also included, as recorded in the court books, are tax lists and abstracts of wills and deeds. A page-number reference to the original source accompanies each abstract; and an every-name plus subject index guides users through this goldmine of data. "The sessions provided news, entertainment and social interaction for the isolated [county] inhabitants one gets glimpses of real people as they break the Sabbath, commit fornication, speak out in their depositions or quote their neighbors. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors’ relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors." A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Veteran Owned Bookshop in business since 1992!. Bookseller Inventory # 745134

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Item Description: Heritage Books. Book Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Softcover - Index - 204 pp - Books Twelve and Thirteen of the court orders of Accomack County, Virginia, are treated as a single volume in this work because they both contained less than half the number of pages as the previous Accomack County court order books. Book Twelve covers the period from November 1714 through August 1717, while Book Thirteen covers the period from September 1717 through June 1719. News of the death of Queen Anne on August 1, 1714 had only just reached Virginia in November of that year. King George I had ascended to the English throne, an event commemorated by two epithets on the first page of Book Twelve: "God Save the King," and "God Damn the King." The introduction to this volume spotlights a selection of the more interesting, revealing or unfortunate incidents found among the court orders issued during those years covered. These pages comprise a fascinating collection of accounts of assault, fornication and adultery, theft, property disputes and wills. Much can be learned about our Virginia ancestors’ values as a society by examining their management of a wide array of public concerns, such as orphans, the elderly and infirm, crime, businesses, religious observance, mills, roads, taxes, public and private property and more. This chronological collection of court orders is attractively presented and includes a full-name plus subject index. "In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors' relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors." A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Veteran Owned Bookshop in business since 1992!. Bookseller Inventory # 745140

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. An original Virginia county, Accawmack was formed in 1634; renamed Northampton in 1642/3; and split into Northampton and Accomack Counties in 1663 (the northern part receiving the original name). In April 1663, court sessions were first held in the newly-formed Accomack County. They continued to be held almost every month. In this book, the third volume of court orders (dating from 1671 to 1673) has been abstracted. In late 1672, the inhabitants complained to the governor about having to wait up to three days for the court to convene. Illness, bad weather and distance often detained the gentleman from Northampton and the commissioners who were required to attend. The petitioners wanted local commissioners that would be permitted to hold court on their own. They requested that all business be tried as formerly, as when we were a district county. Approving their request as far as I can grant it, Governor Berkeley appointed Capt. Littleton and Capt. West to the quorum. The court was held at Pungoteague in the tavern of Thomas Fowkes; by the beginning of 1673 the establishment belonged to Ambrose White, who had married Fowkes step-daughter. Hosting the court must have been good for business; the court sessions met and drew a crowd for two or three days almost every month. There, posted on the court house door, early Virginians could read of rewards offered for missing cattle or servants; nearby they could stare at an offender with his crime printed in capital letters, or witness whippings well applied to the naked shoulders. About 2,000 individuals-Indians, African Americans, indentured servants, planters and commissioners-are named in these abstracts. Besides providing a wealth of names for researchers to work with, the court orders reveal valuable-and often entertaining-information concerning the region s economy, relations between different segments of the population, construction of highways, the justice system, social order and mores. Also included, as recorded in the court books, are tax lists and abstracts of wills and deeds. A page-number reference to the original source accompanies each abstract; and an every-name plus subject index guides users through this goldmine of data. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788405860

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Books Twelve and Thirteen of the court orders of Accomack County, Virginia, are treated as a single volume in this work because they both contained less than half the number of pages as the previous Accomack County court order books. Book Twelve covers the period from November 1714 through August 1717, while Book Thirteen covers the period from September 1717 through June 1719. News of the death of Queen Anne on August 1, 1714 had only just reached Virginia in November of that year. King George I had ascended to the English throne, an event commemorated by two epithets on the first page of Book Twelve: God Save the King, and God Damn the King. The introduction to this volume spotlights a selection of the more interesting, revealing or unfortunate incidents found among the court orders issued during those years covered. These pages comprise a fascinating collection of accounts of assault, fornication and adultery, theft, property disputes and wills. Much can be learned about our Virginia ancestors values as a society by examining their management of a wide array of public concerns, such as orphans, the elderly and infirm, crime, businesses, religious observance, mills, roads, taxes, public and private property and more. This chronological collection of court orders is attractively presented and includes a full-name plus subject index. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788416637

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Item Description: Heritage Books, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.An original Virginia county, Accawmack was formed in 1634; renamed Northampton in 1642/3; and split into Northampton and Accomack Counties in 1663 (the northern part receiving the original name). In April 1663, court sessions were first held in the newly-formed Accomack County. They continued to be held almost every month. In this book, the second volume of court orders (dating from 1666 to 1670) has been abstracted. More than 1,700 individuals-Indians, African Americans, indentured servants, planters and commissioners-are named in these abstracts. Besides providing a wealth of names for researchers to work with, the court orders reveal valuable-and often entertaining-information concerning the region s economy, relations between different segments of the population, construction of highways, justice system, social order and mores. Also included, as recorded in the court books, are tax lists and abstracts of wills and deeds. A page-number reference to the original source accompanies each abstract; and an every-name plus subject index guides users through this goldmine of data. The sessions provided news, entertainment and social interaction for the isolated [county] inhabitants.one gets glimpses of real people as they break the Sabbath, commit fornication, speak out in their depositions or quote their neighbors. In wills and deeds the genealogist can learn about his ancestors relatives and possessions; in court orders he can learn about his ancestors. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780788405686

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