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Found at this site are three Volumes of Augusta County, VA court records.When you go to each volume at the bottom is an icon marked index clicking this gives an index by first and last name, very helpful.
I have copied part of the forward from Vol. I so you can see how it applies to KY.
In the year 1745, all that portion of the Colony of Virginia which lay west of the Blue Ridge Mountains was erected into a County which was named Augusta. In December of that year, the County Court was organized and held its first sitting. Prior to that time it had become the refuge and abiding place of a strong body of Scotch-Irish immigrants. The bounds of the new County were limited on the north by Fairfax's Northern Neck Grant and the boundaries of Maryland and Pennsylvania to the westward of Fairfax; on the east by the Blue Ridge mountains; on the south by the Caroline line. On the west its territory embraced all the soil held by the British without limit of extent. For about twelve years the County Court of Augusta was the only Court and repository of records within that district. From the end of that period, at frequent intervals, its jurisdiction was restricted by the erection of other Counties as the demands of the settlers required. Its original constitution embrac!
ed all Virginia west of the Blue Ridge (with the exception of the Northern Neck Grant, whose southern boundary was in the present County of Shenandoah, and western, through the Counties of Hardy, Hampshire, and northward to the Potomac); the whole of the present state of West Virginia; a portion of the present Western Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh, which was, at times, the seat of the County Court; and the lands on the waters of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers
Family lore says the O'CONNER family was from Indiana, probably across the Ohio from Skillman or Cloverport, KY.
I need any information you might have on this family.
Annie O'Conner was my great grandmother and I would love to know more about her and her parents, siblings or whatever.
ROBERT1 O'CONNER He married MARY HITE.
Child of ROBERT O'CONNER and MARY HITE is:
i. ANNIE MARY2 O'CONNER, b. September 08, 1859; d. October 04, 1889, Skillman, KY; m. HENRY ELLIS STERETT, October 05, 1876, Skillman, KY; b. December 27, 1853, Skillman, KY; d. March 25, 1882, Skillman, KY.
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