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Founded March 1, 1808
Formed from Fairfield County, it was named for Henry Knox, an officer
in the American Revolutionary War
who was later the first U.S. Secretary of War.
The county seat is Mount Vernon.
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Jackson - Jefferson - Liberty - Middlebury - Milford - Miller - Monroe - Morgan - Morris
Pike - Pleasant - Union - Wayne
Bangs * Bladensburg * Howard * Mount Liberty
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