Dinwiddie County Probate RecordsDinwiddie County was formed May 1, 1752 from Prince George County, Virginia and is named after Robert Dinwiddie, the Lieutenant Governor of Virginia from 1751 to 1758. Revolutionary War battles were fought in and around Petersburg.
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Digital Images of Dinwiddie County Wills 1758-1799
---Fragments of the only surviving wills---
Testators: Brewer, John;Brown, Noah;Cardwell, Jane; Davis, Edward;Jackson, Joseph;Poythress, Francis;Poythress, Mary;Poythress, Mary (2);Ravenscroft, Robert;Skipwith, Tulwar; Williams, Rachel;Wills, AmeyDigital Images of Dinwiddie Wills 1801-1869
Testators: Allgood, John;Bass, Elizabeth;Coleman, Robert;Cryers, Elizabeth; Coupland, Mary;Crowder, Nelson;Grant, John;Hardaway, Frances; Hargrove, J. E.;Ledbetter, Suzanne;Lewis, William;Meriwether, Francis;Perkins, Elizabeth;Perkins, Lewis;Pool, Mary;Poythress, P. H.;Reese, William;Scott, Rebecca;Stewart, Thomas;Stewart, Thomas(2);Thomas, Anna;Valentine, Howard;Vaughan, Philip;Wells,William;Wills, MarthaMiscellaneous Wills
Cardwell, Jane, LWT (extract of lost records)
Davis, Edward, LWT (extract of lost records)
Eppes, Francis, LWT (extract of burned records)
Grant, John, LWT (extract of burned records)
Hudson, William, LWT (extract of burned records)
Jackson, Joseph, LWT (extract of lost records)
Muir, Anne Downman, LWT, transcript
Skipwith, Fulmer, LWT (extract of lost records)
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