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Prince William County
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Virginia is covered on the Northeast States List
An act of the General Assembly of the Colony of Virginia in 1731 created Prince William County Virginia.
It came from a part of King George Co & Stafford Co. Originally it also included a parts of Arlington Co, Alexandria City, Fairfax Co,
Fairfax City, Falls Church City, Fauquier Co, Loudon Co, Manasses City, and Manassas Park City.
The county was named after the Duke of Cumberland, Prince William Augustus - a son of King George II.
NATIONAL PROTECTED AREAS
Featherstone National Wildlife Refuge - Manassas National Battlefield Park
Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge - Prince William Forest Park
Manchee and Duty obits, 1850 Postoffices
Samuel Jackson Rev. War Letter
Stith, Spence, and Thorton
William Butler Biography
Horse Harry Lee's Remains Removed To
C. Alexander Obituary
Bessie L. Skinner Grigsby
Infant Chapman Obituary
Louisa French Obituary
John Gray Obituary
Ann H. Merchant Obituary
William Roach Obituary
James Wallace Washington
1890 Veterans Census -
Surrounding Counties & Independent Cities
| Charles Co, MD | Fairfax | Fauquier | Loudoun| Stafford |