Goochland County Wills, Estates
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Pictured second is the Grace Episcopal Church.
Goochland County was named after Sir William Gooch, the Lieutenant Governor of Virginia from 1727 to 1749. It was created from Henrico County in 1728.
Goochland County, Virginia Court House Records available to members of Virginia Pioneers
Digital Images of Goochland County Wills 1741 to 1745
- Goochland County Marriages 1750 to 1854
Testators: Atkinson, Robert;Ballenger, Joseph; Bell, David ;Christian, Thomas;Cunningham, James; Dillon, William; Dupuy, Bartholomew; Ford, Peter; Harrar, William ;Holland, Michael; Holland, Michael the elder to Michael, Jr. (deed);
Horros, William; Marton, Peter ;Mayo, William ;Meriwether, Nicholas ;Parrish, Humphrey Sr. ;Payne, George ;Purkins, Abram ;
Randolph, William ;Sampson, Francis ;Spear, John ;Taylor, Charles; Trabue, Anthony
Digital Images of Goochland County Wills 1745 to 1749
Testators: Butler, Edmond; Carter, Edward; Clements, Stephen; Coleman, Samuel ;Cox, Sarah; Easly, John ;Hix, John ;
Holland, Michael (deed); James, Francis ;Levillain, Jean ;Levillain, John ;Lockett, Thomas ;Mogginson, William ;Morgain, Robert ;Mosby, Richard ;Netherland, Sarah ;Phelps, John ;
Randolph, William ;Turpin, Obedience ;Warron, Daniel
Indexes to Probate Records
- Wills (abstracts) 1736 to 1742
Index to Wills, Deeds, Inventories, 1741 to 1745
Bostick, John, LWT dated 1749
Chastain, Peter (1728)
Clement, Stephen (LWT) 1745
Hutcherson, Matthew, LWT (1749) (Digital Image)
Lewis, Charles, LWT (transcript)
Perkins, Constantine, Inventory dated 1860