SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA
Isle of Wight County was formed in 1637 when it was split off from Warrosquyoake Shire, one of the original shires of Virginia. In 1723 and 1732 some of its territory was added to Brunswick County (which was later split off into Greensville County). In 1749, Southampton County was split off from Isle of Wight County.
Warrosquyoake Parish was formed ca 1629. In 1643, Newport Parish was split off from Warrosquyoake Parish. After 1643, Newport Parish is also known as Lower Parish and Warrosquyoake Parish is also known as Upper Parish. In 1734, the Upper Parish was dissolved and Nottoway Parish and Newport Parish were formed. When Southampton County was formed in 1749, it included Nottoway Parish. St. Luke's Parish was formed in 1762 when it was split off from Nottoway Parish. St. Lukes Parish was then in Southampton 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
Personal Tax Digests Summary 1838-1850
Land Tax Digests Summary 1782-1795 - Pending
Land Tax Digests Summary 1796-1809 - Pending
Land Tax Digests Summary 1810-1823 - Pending
Land Tax Digests Summary 1824-1837 - Pending
Land Tax Digests Summary 1838-1850 - Pending
Estates Index and Wills Abstracts