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Virginia is covered on the Northeast States List
Established in 1654, New Kent County was formed out of York
County. It is named after Kent, England. Martha Washington
and Letitia Christian Tyler, two wives of Presidents, were born in this
county. Chickahominy Indians lived in this area.
Communities & Towns
Baltimore Crossroads - Barhamsville - Bottoms Bridge - Eltham - Lanexa - New Kent - Providence Forge - Quinton - Tallysville - White House
Well Known Residents
Thomas Adams - David Crawford - Benjamin W
Lacy - Letitia Christian Tyler - Martha Washington
Post Offices in 1850, Talman obit
St. Peters Magistrial District
Henderson - Moss
Tylor - Sherman Marriage
Howle - Richardson
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