Eastville Courthouse Buildings
The old Courthouse(1731), Clerk's Office(1731), and Prison(1814) form a remarkable assemblage of early Virginia Court buildings. The Clerk's Office and Prison stand on their original sites. The Courthouse was moved to Eastville in 1913 to save it from destruction.
During the American Revolution, the buildings were used as barracks for the militia. The complex is distinguished by original fittings and furnishings. The Clerk's Offic still contains legal records dating from 1632.
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