By Lois Helmers
Records integrated during this booklet are heritage of the county, defense force directory for the yr 1794, English Crown can provide of St. Matthew Parish and St. Philip Parish, Deed Books, traditional courtroom documents and property documents. Years integrated 1738-1838 and 446 pages.
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