Nansemond Land Tax Lists — a true relation

IT HAD SOMEHOW escaped me that the Nansemond Land Tax Lists for 1782-1861 were now digitized and freely available via FamilySearch. What a treasure trove of information, and for a so-called “burned county,” where multiple fires gutted the archives time and time again, most recently in 1866. I had previously relied on a site called […]

Nansemond Land Tax Lists — a true relation

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