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Berkeley County is the second oldest county
in West Virginia.
It was created in 1772 from the northern third of Frederick County,
Virginia and named for Norborne Berkeley, Baron de Botetourt, Colonial
Governor of Virginia from 1768 to 1770. Due to its proximity to
Washington, D.C., Berkeley County is the fastest growing county in the
state in West Virginia.
Villages and Towns
Allensville -- Arden -- Baker Heights -- Baxter -- Bedington
Berkeley -- Bessemer -- Blairton -- Bunker Hill -- Darkesville
Douglas Grove -- Falling Waters -- Files Crossroad -- Ganotown --
Gerrardstown -- Glengary -- Greensburg -- Grubbs Corner -- Hainesville
Hedgesville -- Inwood -- Johnsontown -- Jones Springs -- Little
Marlowe -- Martinsburg -- Nipetown -- Nollville -- North Mountain
Pikeside -- Ridgeway -- Scrabble -- Shanghai -- Spring Mills
Swan Pond -- Tablers Station -- Tarico Heights -- Tomahawk -- Union
Van Clevesville -- Vanville -- Winebrenners Crossroad -- Wynkoop Spring
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