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[[Vermont]] consisted of two counties in 1777, Cumberland County on the east side, and Bennington County to the west. In 1781 Cumberland County was split into four pieces, [[Orange County, Vermont|Orange]] County, [[Windham County, Vermont|Windham]] County, [[Windsor County, Vermont|Windsor]] County, and [[Washington (old) County, Vermont|'''Washington (old) County''']] on the east side of the Connecticut River. The next year Washington (old) County became part of [[New Hampshire|New Hampshire]].<ref>"Vermont County Information" in ''Genealogy Trails'' at http://genealogytrails.com/ver/county_info.html (accessed 2 October 2010).</ref>  
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[[Vermont Genealogy|Vermont]] consisted of two counties in 1777, Cumberland County on the east side, and Bennington County to the west. In 1781 Cumberland County was split into four pieces, [[Orange County, Vermont Genealogy|Orange]] County, [[Windham County, Vermont Genealogy|Windham]] County, [[Windsor County, Vermont Genealogy|Windsor]] County, and [[Washington (old) County, Vermont Genealogy|'''Washington (old) County''']] on the east side of the Connecticut River. The next year Washington (old) County became part of [[New Hampshire Genealogy|New Hampshire]].<ref>"Vermont County Information" in ''Genealogy Trails'' at http://genealogytrails.com/ver/county_info.html (accessed 2 October 2010).</ref>  
  
 
:*For records of [[Washington_County,_New_Hampshire|Washington County, New Hampshire]] 1777-1781, see [[Cumberland County, Vermont]]  
 
:*For records of [[Washington_County,_New_Hampshire|Washington County, New Hampshire]] 1777-1781, see [[Cumberland County, Vermont]]  
:*For records of [[Washington_County,_New_Hampshire|Washington County, New Hampshire]] since 1781, see [[New Hampshire|New Hampshire]].
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:*For records of [[Washington_County,_New_Hampshire|Washington County, New Hampshire]] since 1781, see [[New Hampshire Genealogy|New Hampshire]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:35, 6 March 2017

United States
New Hampshire
Washington County

Vermont consisted of two counties in 1777, Cumberland County on the east side, and Bennington County to the west. In 1781 Cumberland County was split into four pieces, Orange County, Windham County, Windsor County, and Washington (old) County on the east side of the Connecticut River. The next year Washington (old) County became part of New Hampshire.[1]

Sources

  1. "Vermont County Information" in Genealogy Trails at http://genealogytrails.com/ver/county_info.html (accessed 2 October 2010).