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DMK Heritage converts old historic books into a digital format for in-depth research by genealogist and historians with limited time and resources. DMK Editions are not just photographic images of original printed book pages: They are reformatted, indexed and in a searchable font. These books are produced in Adobe PDF format (100% searchable with Adobe Reader or Mac Preview). A new complete surname  index is included. To maintain the integrity of these historic books, images of each page of the books are provided on a separate PDF file to resolve any questions. Both PDF files are placed on one CD for your convenience. The new PDF file is in a cut and paste version.

The Vestry Book of Blisland (Blissland) Parish, (Virginia) New Kent and James City County, by Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne. 306 pages, includes a 9 page index. It is an account book for the Parish and gives through its transactions, approx dates of death, some children of Parishioners, etc. During almost the entire period covered by this vestry book (1721 1786) Blisland Parish was partly in the present New Kent County and partly in the present James City County, the records of both of which, prior to 1865, have been destroyed. This volume and two of those previously published by the Library Board ("The Vestry Book of Stratton Major Parish, King and Queen County, Virginia, 1729 1783" (1931) and "The Vestry Book of Petsworth Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, 1677 1793" {1933}) supply a record for a contiguous area of early Virginia whose local archives have been lost. DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD142-$15.00

Births From the Bristol Parish Register of Henrico, Prince George and Dinwiddie Counties, Virginia (1720-1798), by Churchill Gibson Chamberlayne. 263 pages, includes 6 page index, birth records, some death records and lists parents sometimes with maiden names. DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD139-$15.00

Virginia Parish Records 2 Book Set: The Colonial Vestry Books of Lynhaven Parish, and Kingston Parish, Prince Anne, Mathews and Glouchester Counties Virginia (1723-1786). 351 pages, DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD135-$15.00

The Parish Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Virginia from 1653 to 1812, by Wm. Ellis Jones. 478 pages, includes 25 page index. Register contains marriages, births and deaths/burials of parishioners including their slaves. Christ Church Parish was mostly in Middlesex County but, people from King and Queen Counties, with Gloucester and Stratton Major Parish are mentioned. DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD138-$20.00

The Vestry Book of Christ Church Parish Middlesex County, Virginia 1663-1767, by C. G. Chamberlayne. 372 pages, includes 9 page index, originally written in 1923. Vestry Records contain lists of taxes collected and from whom (revenue); some deaths, and welfare information, such as payments to people caring for indigents; the church paying for caskets and burials for the indigent; the sick, disabled or orphans being placed in peoples homes with an allowance for their care; etc.; also, various donations to the church, and craftsmen who worked on the church (expenses). DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD137-$15.00

The Vestry of the Upper Parish, Nanesmond County, Virginia 1743-1793, by Wilmer L. Hall. 346 pages, includes 13 page index. Vestry Records contain lists of taxes collected and from whom (revenue); some deaths, and “welfare” information, such as payments to people caring for indigents; the church paying for caskets and burials for the indigent; the sick, disabled or orphans being placed in people’s homes with an allowance for their care; etc.; also, various donations to the church, and craftsmen who worked on the church (expenses). DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD136-$15.00

Overwharton Parish Records, 1720 to 1760 Old Stanfford County (Virginia), by Wm. F. Boogher. 217 pages, written in 1899. This Parish was co extensive with Stafford County, covering a part of what was once Washington Parish, extending about eighty miles along the Potomac, in breadth about four and twenty miles, embracing within its territory what is now Prince William, Loudoun, Fairfax, Alexandria Counties and a part of Fauquier until 1730, when Prince William County was taken from Stafford, and Hamilton Parish was erected, succeeding Overwharton as the frontier parish. Of the early history of Overwharton Parish and its rectors, but little is known. DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD144-$15.00Lower pricing as of 2-19-16

Two Book Petsworth Parish Set, by C. G. Chamberlayne. 693 pages, indexed: 1) The Vestry Book of Petsworth Parish. Charles Parish Register of Ministers, Birth and Deaths, Gloucester County, Virginia – Transcribed, Annotated and Indexed. These parishes are now the counties of Gloucester, and York; 2) Charles Parish (indexed but not searchable – images only) includes Ministers, Register, Register of Births 1648-1789, Register of Deaths 1665-1787. DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD117-$15.00

The Parish Register of St. Peters, New Kent County, Virginia from 1680-1787, DAR publication. Includes 12 page index. It contains the births, deaths and marriages registered in this parish from 1680 to 1787; this includes that of some of the slaves owned by members of the parish. DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD140-$15.00

The Vestry Book of Stratton Major Parish King and Queen County, Virginia 1729-1783, by C. G. Chamberlayne. 259 pages,  indexed. Vestry Records contain lists of taxes collected and from whom (revenue); some deaths, and welfare information, such as payments to people caring for indigents; the church paying for caskets and burials for the indigent; the sick, disabled or orphans being placed in peoples homes with an allowance for their care; etc.; also, various donations to the church, and craftsmen who worked on the church (expenses). DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD141-$15.00

The History of Truro Parish in Virginia, by Dr. Phillip Slaughter and Edward L. Goodwin. 183 pages, includes index, new addenda, notes, written in 1907 contains information about Truro Parish which was part of the Northern Neck Grants. "Within this territory were the seats of the Fairfaxes, Washingtons, Masons, McCartys, Fitzhughs, Brents, Alexanders, Lewises, Mercers, Daniels, Carters, Dades, Stuarts, Corbins, Tayloes, Steptoes, Newtons, Browns, Lees, Thorntons, Balls, Smiths, and other leading families too many to mention, who dispensed an elegant hospitality at Northumberland House, Nomini, Stratford, Chantilly, Mount Airy, Sabine Hall, Bedford, Albion, Cedar Grove, Boscobel, Richland, Marleborough, Woodstock, Gunston, Belvoir, Woodlawn, Mount Vernon, etc. Beginning at Lancaster, county was taken from county, Parish from Parish, as the population of each passed the frontiers, until in 1730 Prince William was taken from Stafford and King George Counties, above Chappawansick Creek and Deep Run, and along the Potomac, to the "Great Mountains." This became also Hamilton Parish; which Parish, by an Act of the General Assembly passed at the Session of May, 1732, to take effect the first of the following November, was divided into two Parishes "By the river Ockoquan, and the Bull Run, (a branch thereof), and a course from thence to the Indian Thoroughfare of the Blue Ridge of Mountains," (Ashby's Gap) All that part of Prince William lying below the said bounds was to retain the name of Hamilton, "And all that other part of the said county, which lies above those bounds, shall hereafter be called and known by the name of Truro." The Parish was named after the Parish in Cornwall, in England, which is now the Diocese of Truro." DMK Heritage CD - searchable PDF. EAD143-$10.00

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