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Greene County Virginia
Greene County was formed in 1838 from the western portion of Orange County. Its namesake was General Nathaniel Greene, commander of the Army of the South during the Revolutionary War. Greene County's boundaries have not changed since that time.
The only loss of records from the Civil War was the county's first deed book, but many of these deeds were rerecorded. A major disaster struck the courthouse on October 24, 1979 when a gas main ruptured, causing an explosion. The resulting fire destroyed much of the courthouse. Fortunately, quick action by the firemen on the scene saved the records in the vault.
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GREENE COUNTY MARRIAGES, 1838-1850
John Vogt & T. William Kethley, Jr. 1984, viii, 44 pages, indices,
figure, map. Greene County's creation marked the final division of land from parent Orange County. This
volume contains 288 marriages compiled from the courthouse register. Data accompanying each entry usually
includes bondsman and minister's name from the return.
THE 1850 CENSUS OF GREENE COUNTY, VIRGINIA
transcribed by Nancy H. Morris 8«x11, 58 pp., index. A comprehensive transcription of the 1850 census for
this county in the western Piedmont of the state. Contains all of the data
originally collected by the census enumerator. Bounded by Madison, Orange,
Albemarle, and Rockingham counties.
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COUNTY, VIRGINIA see also:
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