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King George County Circuit Court Awarded Grant to Preserve Local Records
RICHMOND, Va. (August 15, 2019)- The Library of Virginia announced that the Circuit Court Records Preservation (CCRP) program has awarded King George County Circuit Court Clerk, Charles V. Mason a grant in the amount of $11, 151.00 for local records preservation. The funds will be used to restore Minute Book 5B, 1792-1811; Order 14C, 1831-1870; Orders Judgments, etc., part 3, 1759-1765; Register of Marriages 1853-1887 stored in his office.
"We're very pleased," said Charles V. Mason, "These records are the history of our county! We have an obligation to make sure that they are available for future generations."
Since 1990, the CCRP has awarded over 1,000 grants totaling more than $20,000.00. This year, the program awarded $1,221.463.16 to 90 localities to assist the clerks' offices with their preservation efforts.
The CCRP is a part of the Library of Virginia's Local Records Services Branch. Funded through a $1.50 portion of the clerk's recordation fee, the CCRP provides resources to help preserve and make accessible permanent circuit court records stored in the 120 circuit courts and the Library of Virginia. For more information on the Circuit Court Records Preservation Program's resources and services, please visit.