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Use caution, this site contains many unproven facts and speculation and errors are almost a certainty, Use this information as clues to guide your own research and always independently verify the facts stated. Where possible we have included images of records so researchers can reach their own conclusions.

 (last update 29 May 2003)

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Amherst County

Created in 1761 from Albemarle County.

Essex County

Frederick County

Grayson County

Halifax County

Hanover County

Henry County

Isle of Wight County

Lancaster County

Lancaster County, located in the Virginia Tidewater  was created 1652 from Northumberland County and named for Lancaster, England. At the time of it's creation it compromised land on both sides of  Rappahannock River. In 1656, the upper portion of  the county was cut off to form Rappahannock County (present day Essex and Richmond counties). It's present day boundaries were established in 1669 when Middlesex County was created from the portion of Lancaster County west of the river.

Pittslyvania County

Pittsylvania County was formed June 1, 1767 from Halifax County. Prodigy counties are Henry (1777) and Patrick (1777). The county seat is Chatham

Richmond County

Richmond County was formed in 1692 from (Old) Rappahannock County. The county seat of Richmond County is Warsaw.


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