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Prince Edward is a county in Virginia. It was formed in 1754 from the following county/ies: Amelia. Prince Edward began keeping birth records in 1853, marriage records in 1754, and death records in 1853. It began keeping land records in 1754, probate records in 1754, and court records in 1754. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 382 Farmville 23901-0382. On the attached map, Prince Edward is located at F6.
 
Prince Edward is a county in Virginia. It was formed in 1754 from the following county/ies: Amelia. Prince Edward began keeping birth records in 1853, marriage records in 1754, and death records in 1853. It began keeping land records in 1754, probate records in 1754, and court records in 1754. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 382 Farmville 23901-0382. On the attached map, Prince Edward is located at F6.
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For more information on the county, check out the book by Charles Edward Burrell, ''A history of Prince Edward county, Virginia, from its formation in 1753, to the Present." [http://books.google.com/books?id=KjgUAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=prince+edward+county&hl=en&sa=X&ei=vOMyUeiuLc260QGV04CADw&ved=0CC0Q6AEwAA]
  
 
For information about the state of Virginia see [[Virginia Family History Research]].
 
For information about the state of Virginia see [[Virginia Family History Research]].

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Prince Edward is a county in Virginia. It was formed in 1754 from the following county/ies: Amelia. Prince Edward began keeping birth records in 1853, marriage records in 1754, and death records in 1853. It began keeping land records in 1754, probate records in 1754, and court records in 1754. For more information, contact the county at P.O. Box 382 Farmville 23901-0382. On the attached map, Prince Edward is located at F6.

For more information on the county, check out the book by Charles Edward Burrell, A history of Prince Edward county, Virginia, from its formation in 1753, to the Present." [1]

For information about the state of Virginia see Virginia Family History Research.

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