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Welcome to the Historic Records & Deed Research Division

The mission of the Historic Records and Deed Research Division of the Clerk’s Office is to preserve Loudoun County's court records by utilizing the latest conservation, storage, and electronic technology, and to provide the public access to these records.

Virginia Public Records Act: VA Code § 42.1-76

Historic Records & Deed Research maintains county court records dating from the formation of Loudoun County in 1757. Loudoun contains one of the most complete collections of court records in Virginia, and is one of only a few of Virginia’s ninety-eight counties whose records have not been destroyed by fire, war, or environmental factors. The staff encourages the public to research our online indexes, helpful links, and research tips prior to their visit. 
The staff can provide helpful hints, but cannot provide research or legal advice concerning the court’s records. 

Court Devices Policy

Electronic and digital devices, cellphones, cameras, laptops, tablets, and scanners are prohibited inside the Court House Complex. 

Please note no food or drink is allowed in the Historic Records.

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Contact UsEric Larson
Historic Records manager

Quick Links

•  Land Records Recording
•  Courts Technology
•  Visitor Comment Card

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Physical Address:
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Attn: Historic Records
18 East Market St.
Leesburg, VA 20176
Mailing Address:
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Attn: Historic Records
P.O. Box 550
Leesburg, VA 20178
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