King William General District Court
|Phone||Inquiries and information: 804--769--4947|
|Mailing Address||County Court, King William County
PO Box Five, King William, VA 23086
|Street Address||351 Courthouse Lane, King William, VA 23086|
The courthouse was proudly construct using the best materials money could afford back on the 1700's, when the County brought bricks and tools from England and Holland to make this dream building. It is one of the oldest courthouses in the United States, and they claim it is has the record as the longest "in continuous use". Our site's founder is familiar with this issue, as he used to work in the Fulton County Courthouse in New York State.
|About the area||
It was formed back on the early 1700's from territories of King and Queen County. The name of this county comes from the King of England, William III. This land has very strong Native American heritage due the high number of Native Americans who lived here. On the list of natural resources the Pamunkey and the Mattaponi Rivers reach the top of the list, they irrigate the community and keep the ground fertile.
|Hours of Operation||The court shares the same office hours as other Circuit courts. From 8:30 to a half-hour before Five|
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