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Virginia is covered on the Northeast States List
Founded in 1656, Rappahannock County was formed from part of Lancaster
County. It became extinct when it was separated to form Essex
County & Richmond Co, in 1692. An act of the Virginia General
Assembly in 1833, recreated Rappahannock County from Culpeper
County. The county was named for the river that divided it from
The summits of these mountains are
located in this county:
Fork Mountain - Jenkins Mountain - Little Jenkins Mountain - Pickerel
Ridge - Pignut Mountain - Piney Ridge
PROTECTED AREA - Shenandoah National Park
Amissville - Castleton - Chester Gap - Flint Hill - Huntly - Laurel
Mills - Massies Corner
Peola Mills - Revercombs Corner - Sperryville - Wakefield Manor -
WW II Honor List
Sctions - News -
Dr. John Smith Hughes
John Mortimer Hughes, D. D. S. Biography
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