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Virginia is covered on the Northeast States List
Established on May 1, 1759, Fauquier County was created
out of Prince William County. The county is named
for Francis Fauquier, who was the Lieutenant Governor of
Virginia at the time. According to legend, he won
the land in a poker game. Fauquier County is
located between bustling Northern Virginia and the
foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Remington - The Plains - Warrenton
Airlie - Bealeton - Belle Meade - Belvoir - Bristersburg
- Broad Run - Calverton - Casanova - Catlett - Delaplane
- Elk Run - Germantown - Goldvein
Halfway - Hume - Linden - Markham - Marshall - Midland -
Morrisville - New Baltimore - Old Tavern - Opal - Orlean
Rectortown - Somerville - Sumerduck - Upperville
Cedar Run 1890 Vet Census
Offices in 1850
Bacon, Bragg, and
Richard Aylett Buckner
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