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Re: Peacock & Vermillion Families-Loudoun C
Posted by: Gloria Albinak Date: April 15, 1999 at 07:49:25
In Reply to: Re: Peacock & Vermillion Families-Loudoun C by Gloria Albinak of 1800

Good Morning Gloria,
Just got you message.I checked some of my records and some Vermillions were in Loudoun Co.VA by the 1810 census, (Jonathan and Jacob) at least. By 1820 there were several families and they were pretty well scattered over the county. This tells me that the must have left Pr. Georges Co., MD by late 1700's to be so well established in Loudoun by early 1800's. There were still some Vermillions in Pr. Georges Co., Md. at that time, and some had migrated to other counties in VA, some around Loudoun and others to the southern part of the state, around Richmond area. Actually, they were all over they state and even in North Carolina by the Revolution. More when and if I find it.

Ruth.

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