Fauquier County, Virginia: Historical Notes (Classic Reprint)

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Fauquier County was established May 1, 1759, by an Act of Assembly passed February 22 of that year, dividing Prince William into two distinct counties, that is to say: All that part of the said county that lies above a line to be run from the head of Bull run, and along the top of the Bull run mountains, to Chapman's mill, in Broad run thoroughfare, from thence by a direct line to the head of Dorrel's run, and from thence by a direct line till it intersects the nearest part of the line dividing Stafford and Prince William counties, Shall be one distinct county, and called and known by the name of Fauquier; and All that other part thereof below the said bounds shall be one other distinct county, and retain the name of Prince William.

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Publisher - Forgotten Books

Language - English

Author(s) - Fauquier County Board of Trade


Published Date - August 26 2019

ISBN - 9780331863802

Dimesions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 0.6 cm

Page Count - 47

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