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Judgments
Judgments are non-chancery related cases and are often referred to as loose papers by the county clerks. Judgments represent a wealth of names of individuals who may have resided in Loudoun County but lacked property. Without property, most of these individuals would only show up in the county court cases. It provides researchers another source of court cases to research family names, personal property and original signatures in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Judgments 1757-1765

Judgments- Plaintiff

Judgments- Defendant

Non-Chancery Cases 1757-1914
Non-chancery cases were originally documented as chancery cases but were later reclassified as judgments or non-chancery by the library of Virginia.

Justice Judgments 1824-1861
Justice judgments are small money judgments whose cases were heard by magistrate in towns throughout Loudoun County in the 19th century. Today they would be called small claims.

What is a judgment?
What is a Chancery Case?

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