PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Prince George County was formed in 1703 out of Charles City County. It covered a huge area encompassing all or a portion of present day counties of Amelia, Bedford, Campbell, Charlotte, Dinwiddie, Franklin, Greensville, Halifax, Henry, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Patrick, Pittsylvania and Prince Edward.
Westover Parish and Weyanoke Parish were both formed in 1618. They were reorganized in 1721 and Martin's Brandon Parish was formed in 1721 for portions of the preceding parishes that lay south of the James River. St. Andrews Parish was split off from Martin's Brandon Parish and Bristol Parish 1720 when Brunswick County was formed. Raleigh Parish was split off from Martin's Brandon Parish in 1735 when Amelia County was formed. Bristol Parish was formed in 1643. Bath Parish was split off from Bristol Parish in 1742. Both of these were added into Dinwiddie County when it was formed in 1752.
For Bristol Parish Recordes and Land Patent Index, see Dinwiddie County.
Abstracts and Charts
Census Summary 1790-1850
Personal Tax Digests Summary 1782-1795
Personal Tax Digests Summary 1796-1809
Personal Tax Digests Summary 1810-1823
Personal Tax Digests Summary 1824-1837 - Not Yet Researched
Personal Tax Digests Summary 1838-1850 - Not Yet Researched
Land Tax Digests Summary 1782-1795
Land Tax Digests Summary 1796-1809
Land Tax Digests Summary 1810-1823
Land Tax Digests Summary 1824-1837
Land Tax Digests Summary 1838-1850 - Not Yet Researched