Pulaski County, Virginia Records

Pulaski County, Virginia (Map It) was created in March 30, 1839 from Montgomery County and Wythe County . Pulaski county was named for Kazimierz Pulaski, Polish-born Revolutionary War general ..

Pulaski County is bordered by Bland County (northwest), Giles County (north), Montgomery County (northeast), Floyd County (southeast), Carroll County (south), Wythe County (southwest, west).

Pulaski County Cities and Towns include Pulaski, Dublin .

Pulaski County, Virginia Courthouse Records

Pulaski County, VA Courthouse
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Pulaski County, VA Courthouse

The Pulaski County Courthouse is located in Pulaski, Virginia. As a stage stop on the old Baltimore and Nashville Stage Road, Newbern was the site of the first Pulaski County courthouse. When it burned in 1893, Pulaski and Dublin began a heated battle with Newbern to “host” the county seat. In January of 1894, the General Assembly authorized an election to decide “whether the county-seat… be removed from the town of Newbern at all; and, if so removed, whether to the town of Pulaski, in said county, or to the town of Dublin, in said county.” Both Dublin and Pulaski donated suitable sites, but citizens of Pulaski sweetened the deal by offering to cover the costs of the building. In the election Pulaski was chosen. The losers filed suite, alleging intimidation and other illegalities. The case went to the Virginia Supreme Court who ruled in favor of Pulaski. 

The Clerk's Office DOES NOT DO RESEARCH . Most staff will assist people in finding the materials, but it is up to the individual to do the research.

The Pulaski County record dates below are from the earliest date to present time. They may include records of land, estates, taxes, vital records, divorces, naturalizations, voter registration, military discharges and court records.

The 1844-57 marriage bonds are also in Montgomery County

Pulaski County, Virginia Census Records

Pulaski County, Virginia Vital Records

Pulaski County, Virginia Resources

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