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1810 Va Tax Records
Posted by: Richard Monday (ID *****2679) Date: April 01, 2005 at 20:08:01
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Eighteen of the 1810 Virginia County Census Records were destroyed by the British when they burned Washington, D.C. during the War of 1812. The following Mondays (or variations of the name) were on 1810 Tax List for counties in which the 1810 Census Records were burned. This is four of the eighteen. The other fourteen counties didn't have Mondays (or variations of the name) listed.
Benjamin H. Monday, King William County, 1-5-5.
John Munday, Louisa County, 1-0-1.
Jesse Monday, Pittsylvania County, 1-0-0.
John Monday, Orange County, 1-0-0.
Next to the name is the county. The third set of data is White Tithables, Slaves over 12 years of age, and number of horses.

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