From staff reports
When he first ran for elected office in 1999, Mark 'Bo' Taylor vowed to computerize and modernize the office he sought - the circuit court clerk's office.
After he was elected he was introduced to a unique partnership offered through the Library of Virginia, who agreed to transform early chancery causes in the county's history into an electronic and easily viewable database.
“This opens up these types of records to the public and makes it convenient for them to not necessarily have to visit the courthouse,” Taylor explained. “This information probably would not have been available if this had not been done.”
The indexing and scanning of the chancery allows researchers…
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