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Re: FLEMINGS of Gloucester County
Posted by: Sylvia Oliver Rowe Date: January 26, 2001 at 07:52:21
In Reply to: FLEMINGS of Gloucester County by Linda J. Fleming of 210

The Courthouse has never burned down; only the papers have been burned. First, by Nathaniel Bacon; Second: Incendiary office fire; Third: during the War of Northern Aggression we sent our records to Richmond for safe keeping (except for the Minute Books and a few others dating back to 1820)and when Mr. Grant took Richmond, he burned; and Fourth: by some gentleman who owed George Washington money.
Oh well....makes life interesting, doesn't it?


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