Judgments (PDF) Opens a New Window. 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.
Judgments 1757 to 1765
Non-chancery cases (PDF) Opens a New Window. were originally documented as chancery cases but were later reclassified as judgments or non-chancery by the Library of Virginia.
Justice judgments (PDF) Opens a New Window. 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.