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Re: Where was Orange, VA in 1669?
Posted by: Kathy Roberts (ID *****6986) Date: March 01, 2012 at 00:58:52
In Reply to: Where was Orange, VA in 1669? by Linda Carter of 889


Orange County wasn't created until 1734, from Spotsylvania, which was created in 1720 from parts of Essex, King William and King & Queen.

For more details of the (mind boggling !) formation of Virginia counties visit the VA Gen Web site.

Kathy Roberts

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