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Virginia is covered on the Northeast States List
Established by the British Colonial Government of Virginia, Stafford
County was created in 1663 from an area that was previously part of
Alexandria (City), Arlington Co, Fairfax Co, Prince William Co and
Westmoreland County. It was named after Staffordshire
England. Marlborough Point was where Pocahontas the Indian
Princess was kidnapped. She was taken to Henricus (Henrico
Town). She married an English Settler named John Rolfe in April
of 1614 and converted to Christianity. Ferry Farm is where George
Washington spent much of his childhood. Stafford Iron Works
furnished arms for the American Soldiers during the Revolutionary
War. Stafford County is today considered part of the Metropolitan
area of Washington D.C.
Aquia Church, Aquia Park - Belmont - Brent Family Cemetery - Chatham
Manor - Ferry Farm
1899 Veteran's Census - Acquia
1899 Veteran's Census -
Evans - Homes
Tolson - Hickerson
Hoffman - Hefflin Marriage
- Fitzhugh Marriage
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