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Counties no longer in existence, renamed or part of another state.
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Counties:
  1. Accomack - 1661
  2. Albermarle - 16 Oct 1744 - Considerable Loss
  3. Alleghany - 5 Jan 1822
  4. Amelia - 30 Sep 1734
    | A-Z | completed "Burnt County" | 1198 records
  5. Amherst - 7 Apr 1761 from Albermarle. Lands taken for Nelson 1807
  6. Appomattox - 8 Feb 1845 - Burned Courthouse
  7. Arlington - renamed 1920 from Alexandria
  8. Augusta - 15 Dec 1738
  9. Bath - 14 Dec 1790
  10. Bedford - 13 Dec 1753
  11. Bland - 30 Mar 1861 - Considerable Loss
  12. Botetourt - 28 Nov 1769 - Considerable Loss
  13. Brunswick - 17 Dec 1720 - Considerable Loss
    | A-Z | 191 records, counting
  14. Buchanan - 16 Feb 1858- Burned and Flooded Courthouse/LI>
  15. Buckingham - 7 Apr 1758 - Burned Courthouse
  16. Campbell - 15 Dec 1781
  17. Caroline - 15 Mar 1727 - Burned Courthouse
  18. Carroll - 17 Jan 1842
  19. Charles City - 1634 - Burned Courthouse
  20. Charlotte - 27 Nov 1764
  21. Chesterfield - 1 May 1749
    | A-Z | 918 records, counting
  22. Clarke - 8 Mar 1836 from Frederick
  23. Craig - 21 Mar 1851 - Considerable Loss
  24. Culpeper - 23 Mar 1748 - Considerable Loss
  25. Cumberland - 23 Mar 1748
  26. Dickenson - 27 Feb 1880
    | A-Z | 130 records
  27. Dinwiddie - 9 Mar 1752 - Burned Courthouse
  28. Elizabeth City - 1634 - Burned Courthouse
  29. Essex - 26 Apr 1694
  30. Fairfax - 24 May 1742 - Burned Courthouse
  31. Fauquier - 5 Apr 1758
  32. Floyd - 15 Jan 1831
  33. Fluvanna - 3 Jun 1777
  34. Franklin - 29 Nov 17851
  35. Frederick - 15 Dec 1738
    | A-C | D-I | J-Q | R-Z | 2347 records
  36. Giles - 16 Jan 1806
  37. Gloucester - 1651 - Burned Courthouse
  38. Goochland - 6 Mar 1727
  39. Grayson - 7 Nov 1792
  40. Greene - 24 Jan 1738 - Considerable Loss
  41. Greensville - 28 Nov 1780
  42. Halifax - 17 Apr 1752
  43. Hanover - 20 Nov 1720 - Burned Courthouse
  44. Henrico - 1634 - Considerable Loss
  45. Henry - 23 Oct 1776
  46. Highland - 19 Mar 1847
  47. Isle of Wight - 1634 renamed from Warrosquyoake - Considerable Loss
  48. James City - 1634 - Burned Courthouse
  49. King and Queen - 12 May 1691 - Burned Courthouse
  50. King George - 24 Nov 1720 - Considerable Loss
  51. King William - 12 Sep 1701 - Burned Courthouse
  1. Lancaster - 1651
  2. Lee - 25 Oct 1792 - Considerable Loss in early years
    Wills: | A-Z | 653 records
    Heirs: | A-Z | 568 records, counting (2 Jan 2016)
  3. Loudoun - 17 May 1757
    | A-Z | 83 records, counting
  4. Louisa - 2 Jun 1742
  5. Lunenburg - 1 Apr 1746
  6. Madison - 5 Dec 1792
  7. Mathews - 16 Dec 1790 - Burned Courthouse
  8. Mecklenburg - 27 Nov 1764 - Considerable Loss
  9. Middlesex - 1673 - Considerable Loss
  10. Montgomery - 7 Dec 1776
  11. Nansemond - renamed 1637 from Upper Norfolk - Burned Courthouse
  12. Nelson - 23 Dec 1807
  13. New Kent - 16541 - Burned Courthouse
  14. Norfolk - renamed 16 May 1691 from Lower Norfolk
  15. Northampton - 1634
    | A-D | E-J | K-R | S-Z | 2363 records |
  16. Northumberland - 1648 - Considerable Loss
  17. Nottoway - 23 Dec 1788 - Burned Courthouse
    | A-Z | 1127 records
  18. Orange - 20 Sep 1734
  19. Page - 30 Mar 1831
    | A-Z | 413 records
  20. Patrick - 26 Nov 1790
    | A-Z | 417 records
  21. Pittsylvania - 15 Dec 1766
  22. Powhatan - 3 Jun 1777
  23. Prince Edward - 17 Nov 1753
  24. Prince George - 25 Aug 1702 - Burned Courthouse
    | A-Z | completed "Burnt County" | 124 records
  25. Prince William - 17 Jun 1730 - Burned Courthouse
  26. Princess Anne - 16 May 1691
  27. Pulaski - 30 Mar 1839
  28. Rappahannock - 18 Feb 1833
  29. Richmond - 26 Apr 1692 - Burned Courthouse - Considerable Loss
  30. Roanoke - 30 Mar 183
  31. Rockbridge - 12 Jan 1778
  32. Rockingham - 12 Jan 1778 - Considerable Loss
  33. Russell - 6 Jan 1786 - Considerable Loss
  34. Scott - 24 Nov 1814
  35. Shenandoah -renamed 12 Jan 1778 from Dunmore
  36. Smyth - 23 Feb 1832
  37. Southampton - 20 Apr 1749
  38. Spotsylvania - 17 Dec 1720 - Considerable Loss
  39. Stafford - 1664 - Burned Courthouse
  40. Surry - 1652 - Considerable Loss
  41. Sussex - 28 Nov 1753
  42. Tazewell - 20 Dec 1799
  43. Warren - 9 Mar 1836
  44. Warwick - renamed 1642 - Burned Courthouse
  45. Washington - 7 Dec 1776 - Considerable Loss
  46. Westmoreland - Jul 1653 - Considerable Loss
  47. Wise - 16 Feb 1856
  48. Wythe - 1 Dec 1789
  49. York - renamed 1842 from Charles River - Considerable Loss
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