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Re: Greenwood & Farmington in Sussex Co.?
Posted by: Ray Steelman Date: April 17, 2000 at 12:10:05
In Reply to: Greenwood & Farmington in Sussex Co.? by Gail Jenis of 684

Gail, (and anyone else that may be interested..)
On the Delaware Genealogical Society homepage, they have a link to a map that approximates Delaware counties/etc. from the era of 1775-1830. It would appear that "Baltimore Co." was just south of Dagsboro Co. and just north of present day Wicomico Co. If you have any questions,just e-mail me (SteelmanGen@aol.com)
Also, keep in mind that in the early 1700's , most of Sussex Co. was considered Maryland.


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