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Was part of Hardy ever part of Augusta?
Posted by: Tom Chrisman (ID *****7625) Date: October 12, 2009 at 10:15:42
  of 1702

I am working on several families that lived near Moorefield, WV, from 1747 on. A suggestion has been made that a part of what is now Hardy county once belonged to Augusta County (specifically an area around the South Branch). I know most of Hardy formed out of Hampshire and originally from Frederick. I believe Rockingham formed mostly out of Augusta, possibly a portion out of Frederick.

Can anyone confirm if any of what is now Hardy may have been originally part of Augusta? Families specifically are Cutright, Hornbeck, and Westfall.

Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Tom Chrisman
tomchrisman1@aol.com


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