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Prince Edward County was formed from the Virginia Colony from Amelia County, in 1754. Prince Edward Augustus, son of Frederick the Prince of Wales, and younger brother of George III of Britain, was the inspiration of the name.
Farmville - Pamplin City - Prospect
Peyton Bibbs Biography
George M. Bibb Biography
Blanche K. Bruce Biography
John Coffee Biography
1866 Census of Cohabitation
1890 Vet Census for Farmville, Leigh, Prospect, Buffalo
1866 Census of Children of Ceased Cohabitation
Peter Johnston Esq. Obituary
Hurt - Bruce Marriage
Dillon - Claiborne Marriage
Ingle - Loyed Marriage
Abner Nash Biography
Francis Nash Biography
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