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Re: records in Lee county
Posted by: Edgar A. Cress (ID *****7423) Date: January 16, 2005 at 19:11:13
In Reply to: records in Lee county by Retha Cutler of 2125

Hi Retha. I assume that you are referring to Lee Co., VA Courthouse fires/records. The Yankees burned the courthouse during the Civil War, and the courthouse burned during the 1930. Both times all of the records were saved; they have wills, deeds, court records from the start of the county in 1792-93. Ed Cres, Oak Ridge, Tn., Lee Co., VA. genealogist & Correponding Secretary, Lee Co. Hist. and Gen. Society.

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