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County and City Formations and Records Availability for Rappahannock through Russell Counties

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County Date of formation Parent County or Counties Microfilm available at
The Library of Virginia
Originals records available at
The Library of Virginia
[Old] Rappahannock County (Extinct) 1656 Lancaster County.  Now extinct, divided into Essex and Richmond Counties in 1692. Yes No
Rappahannock County 1833 Culpeper County. Yes Yes
Richmond County 1692 [Old] Rappahannock County. Yes Yes
Roanoke County 1838 Botetourt County.  Part of Montgomery County was added in 1849. Yes Yes
Rockbridge County 1778 Augusta and Botetourt Counties.  Additional part of Botetourt County was added in 1785. Yes Yes
Rockingham County 1778 Augusta County. Yes Yes
Russell County 1786 Washington County. Yes Yes

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