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Re: Lee County - where do I find records?
Posted by: Kim Shearer Date: January 26, 2001 at 09:51:37
In Reply to: Lee County - where do I find records? by KSB of 2125

The full address for the Lee County Clerk's Office is:

Lee County Clerk's Office
Ben F. Davidson, Clerk
Post Office Box 326
Jonesville, VA 24263

They have the following records:

Births 1853-1877
Deaths 1853-1877
Birth/Deaths 1877-1896

Deeds, Wills, etc.

The cost is 50 cents a page.

Hope this helps.


P.S. You can get some census records from the Wise County Historical Society:

This is their home page. Go to the bookstore and browse.

Also, You can purchase census books, marriage books, and a few other items from:

Mark D. Treadway
Post Office Box 182
LaSalle, MI 48145

Send him an S.A.S.E. and he will mail you a book list with prices.


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