EARLY WILBOURNS OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA
November 3, 1707: Lewis v. Richason (sic), judgment. In an action of debt between John Lewis, assignee of Thomas Wilburn, plaintiff and Charles Richason, defendant, for sum of 20 shillings, due by bill dated November 31, 1705, the defendant produced a discount of 15 shillings, and having made oath that the same is just and true, it is allowed him and judgment granted to plaintiff for the balance being 5 shillings, which defendant is ordered to pay with costs also (Order Book 4, p. 148)
April 8, 1737: In action upon case between James Hill and Lydia his wife, administrators of Thomas Wilbourne, decd, plaintiffs, and William Robinson, defendant on the plaintiffs, motion an alias capias is awarded against the said defendant (Order Book 1732-1737, p. 82).
July 6, 1737: In action upon Case between James Hill and Lydia his wife, administrators of Thomas Wilbourne, decd, plaintiffs, and William Robinson, defendant, the defendant pleaded he did not assume and trial thereof and referred (Order Book 1732-1737, p. 86)
October 4, 1737: In the action upon case between James Hill and Lydia his wife, administrators of Thomas Wilbourne, decd, plaintiffs and William Robinson, defendant, by consent of the parties, the suit is ordered to be dismissed (Order Book 1732-1737)
William Lindsay Hopkins, Middlesex County, Virginia Wills and Inventories 1673-1812, and Other Court Papers, Richmond, Virginia: Gen-N-Dex, 1989
Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Court Records, Middlesex County, Virginia, 1707-1708, McLean, Virginia: the Antient Press, 1998. This Book contains orders from Middlesex County Order Book no. 4, 1705-1710, pages 103-220, for courts held 5 May 1707 – 7 February 1708/9.
Lydia Sparacio Bontempo, Virginia County Court Records, Order Book Abstracts of Middlesex County, Virginia, 1732-1737, McLean, Virginia: the Antient Press, 2002. This book of Orders begins with page 1, at a court held 6 January 1732 and ends with page 94 at a court held 3rd day January 1737