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1   -82.11272  35.34525  Sometimes known as Mount Harmon Cemetery. Nearest address is 3478 Ballground Road.  47522 
2 , , Pennsylvania  -77.1945247  41.2033216    3202 
3 , Burke, North Carolina  -81.734942  35.7616931    3254 
4 , , , England  -0.116667  51.5    402 
5 , , ,West Indies  -74.9676365  14.5401107    228 
6 , , Alabama  -86.666667  33    724 
7 , , Arkansas  -92.2  34.8    719 
8 , , Essex, England  0.6673665  51.7659078    389 
9 , , Georgia  -83.5  33    54 
10 , , Kentucky  -84.2700179  37.8393332    3133 
11 , , North Carolina  -80  35.5   
12 , , Ontario, Canada  -86.05  50.7    309 
13 , , Texas  -99.9018131  31.9685988    432 
14 , , Ulster, Ireland  -6.2753186  53.3636413    3099 
15 , Albemarle, Virginia  -78.56  38.03  In 1744, the Virginia General Assembly created Albemarle County by taking the northern portion of Goochland County. The large county was divided in 1761, forming Buckingham and Amherst counties, at which time the county seat was moved from the formerly-central Scottsville to a piece of newly-central land, christened Charlottesville.  318 
16 , Anne Arundel, Maryland  -76.6  39  Anne Arundel County was originally part of St. Mary's County in the Province of Maryland. In 1650, the year after Anne Arundell's death, the county separated and became the 3rd of 23 Maryland counties. Between 1654 and 1658, the county was known as "Providence County" by many of its early Puritan settlers.  43 
17 , Anson, North Carolina  -80.10  34.97  The county was formed in 1750 from Bladen County. Reductions in its extent began in 1753, when the northern part of it became Rowan County. In 1762 the western part of Anson County became Mecklenburg County. In 1779 the northern part of what remained of Anson County became Montgomery County, and the part east of the Pee Dee River became Richmond County. Finally, in 1842 the western part of Anson County was combined with the southeastern part of Mecklenburg County to become Union County.  93 
18 , Antrim, Ireland  -6.2167609  54.7133822  County Antrim is one of six counties that form Northern Ireland, and one of nine counties that historically and geographically constitute the Province of Ulster.  384 
19 , Augusta, Virginia  -79.2451149  38.2004562    365 
20 , Baker, Georgia  -84.45  31.33  The county was created 12 December 1825 from the eastern portion of Early County.  733 
21 , Banks, Georgia  -83.4643551  34.378542    3211 
22 , Benton, Alabama  -86.81992  32.303205    723 
23 , Benton, Arkansas  -94.479976  36.2661518    518 
24 , Berks, Pennsylvania  -75.9927652  40.3451566    63 
25 , Bland, Virginia  -81.13  37.13  Bland County was formed in 1861 from Wythe, Tazewell, and Giles counties. Later there was more land from Giles County added.  3103 
26 , Bledsoe, Tennessee  -85.2308414  35.6028856    84 
27 , Brunswick, Virginia  -77.8367282  36.7570589    746 
28 , Bute, North Carolina  23.183333  -26.133333  Bute County is a former county located in the state of North Carolina. It was formed in 1764 from the eastern part of Granville County. In 1779 Bute County was divided into Franklin County and Warren County, and ceased to exist.  334 
29 , Catawba, North Carolina  -81.076209  35.706459    3250 
30 , Cheshire, England  -2.5460002  53.1047564    664 
31 , Chester, Pennsylvania  -75.75  39.97  Chester, Philadelphia, and Bucks were the three original Pennsylvania counties created by William Penn in 1682. At that time, Chester County's borders were Philadelphia County to the north, the western edge of the colony (approximately the Susquehanna River) to the west, the Delaware River to the east, and Delaware and Maryland to the south. Much of eastern Chester County was in the Welsh Tract, and Welsh place names continue to predominate there.

The fourth county in the state, Lancaster County, was formed from Chester County on May 10, 1729. On March 11, 1752 Berks County was formed from the northern section of Chester County, as well as parts of Lancaster and Philadelphia Counties. 
780 
32 , Chesterfield, Virginia  -77.6077865  37.3673217    108 
33 , Cumberland, North Carolina  -78.7476208  34.9542604    4615 
34 , East Lothian, Scotland  -2.75  55.916667    622 
35 , Edgecombe, North Carolina  -77.60  35.91  The county was formed in 1741 from Bertie County. In 1746 part of Edgecombe County became Granville County; in 1758 another part became Halifax County; in 1777 yet another part became Nash County. In 1855 the formation of Wilson County from parts of Edgecombe County, Johnston County, Nash County, and Wayne County reduced Edgecombe to its present dimensions, aside from minor boundary adjustments.  3138 
36 , Elbert, Georgia  -82.84  34.11    121 
37 , Frederick, Virginia  -78.2476146  39.17988    3136 
38 , Giles, Virginia  -80.7  37.32  Giles County was established in 1806 from Montgomery, Monroe, Wythe, and Tazewell counties.  3107 
39 , Granville, North Carolina  -78.66  36.30  The county was formed in 1746 from Edgecombe County. It was named for John Carteret, 2nd Earl Granville, who as heir to one of the eight original Lords Proprietors of the Province of Carolina, claimed one eighth of the land granted in the charter of 1665. The claim was established as consisting of approximately the northern half of North Carolina and this territory came to be known as the Granville District also known as Oxford.

In 1752 parts of Granville County, Bladen County, and Johnston County were combined to form Orange County. In 1764 the eastern part of Granville County became Bute County. Finally, in 1881 parts of Granville County, Franklin County, and Warren County were combined to form Vance County. 
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40 , Halifax, Virginia  -78.9283441  36.7659709    4616 
41 , Hanover, Virginia  -77.5160788  37.7772071    15 
42 , Haywood, North Carolina  -82.98  35.55  The county was formed in 1808 from the western part of Buncombe County. In 1828 the western part of Haywood County became Macon County. In 1851 parts of Haywood County and Macon County were combined to form Jackson County.

Cold Mountain, located within the Pisgah National Forest was made famous by the novel Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier. 
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43 , Inverness-Shire, Scotland  -4.666667  57.083333  Inverness-shire also known as the county of Inverness  619 
44 , Isle of Wight, Virginia  -76.6874701  36.9288915    3245 
45 , James City County, Virginia  -76.8028933  37.3002132    109 
46 , Lancaster, Pennsylvania  -76.1783739  40.0466571    66 
47 , Lincoln, North Carolina  -81.22  35.48  The county was formed in 1779 from the eastern part of Tryon County. It was named for Benjamin Lincoln, a general in the American Revolutionary War.

In 1782 the southeastern part of Burke County was annexed to Lincoln County. In 1841 parts of Lincoln County and Rutherford County were combined to form Cleveland County. In 1842 the northern third of Lincoln County became Catawba County. In 1846 the southern half of what was left of Lincoln County became Gaston County. 
48 , Lunenburg, Virginia  -78.2476146  36.9261435    3134 
49 , McDowell, North Carolina  -82.0842901  35.6984405    3370 
50 , Mecklenburg, North Carolina  -80.83  35.25    344 
51 , Mecklenburg, Virginia  -78.3842227  36.6421724    106 
52 , Middlesex, New Jersey  -74.500062  40.571855    3240 
53 , Montgomery, Pennsylvania  -75.3878525  40.2290075   
54 , Motley, Texas  -100.79  34.08    743 
55 , New Kent, Virginia  -76.964306  37.4653757    656 
56 , Orange, North Carolina  -79.12  36.06    509 
57 , Orange, Virginia  -78.01  38.24  The legal entity of Orange County was established in 1734 from a portion of Spotsylvania County.  3140 
58 , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  -75.1311874  40.0152766    275 
59 , Pitt, North Carolina  -77.38  35.59  The county was formed in 1760 from Beaufort County, though the legislative act that created it did not become effective until January 1, 1761.  3105 
60 , Polk, Tennessee  -84.52  35.13    13 
61 , possibly Anne Arundel, Maryland  -76.6  39    45 
62 , Prince William, Virginia  -77.6077865  38.7838939    648 
63 , Randolph, North Carolina  -79.8296743  35.7449531    3251 
64 , Rappahannock, Virginia  -78.1564432  38.6762327    85 
65 , Richmond (city), Virginia  -76.7105632  37.9175609    339 
66 , Rockbridge, Virginia  -79.5153773  37.8062214    4627 
67 , Rowan, North Carolina  -80.52  35.64  The county was formed in 1753 from the northern part of Anson County. It was named for Matthew Rowan, acting governor of North Carolina from 1753 to 1754.

Originally, Rowan County was a vast territory with an indefinite western boundary. Reductions in its extent began in 1770, when the eastern part of it was combined with the western part of Orange County to become Guilford County, North Carolina. In 1771 the northeastern part of what remained of Rowan County became Surry County. In 1777 the western part of Rowan County became Burke County. In 1788 the western part of the now much smaller Rowan County became Iredell County. In 1822 the eastern part of the still shrinking county became Davidson County. Finally, in 1836 the part of Rowan County north of the South Yadkin River became Davie County. 
715 
68 , Saline, Arkansas  -92.681667  34.651111  Saline County was formed on November 2, 1835.  725 
69 , Stafford, Virginia  -77.4242972  38.4334566    3235 
70 , Surry, North Carolina  -80.6770787  36.3743453    336 
71 , Tryon, North Carolina  -79.003042  35.933398    292 
72 , Washington, Virginia  -81.9534815  36.7678354    89 
73 , Weakley, Tennessee  -88.72  36.29    745 
74 , Westmoreland, Virginia  -76.7798172  38.112732    3237 
75 , White, Georgia  -83.7199136  34.6567728    263 
76 , Whitfield, Georgia  -84.97  34.80    176 
77 ,Caswell,North Carolina  -79.33  36.40    482 
78 ,Columbia,Georgia  -82.26  33.55    464 
79 ,Franklin,North Carolina  -78.28  36.08  The county was formed in 1779 from the southern half of Bute County. It was named for Benjamin Franklin.

In 1881, parts of Franklin County, Granville County, and Warren County were combined to form Vance County. 
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80 ,Guilford,North Carolina  -79.79  36.08  The county was formed in 1771 from parts of Rowan County and Orange County. In 1779 the southern third of Guilford County became Randolph County. In 1785 the northern half of its remaining territory became Rockingham County.  64 
81 ,Jackson,North Carolina  -83.14  35.29  The county was formed in 1852 from parts of Haywood County and Macon County. It was named for Andrew Jackson, President of the United States from 1829 to 1837.

In 1861 parts of Jackson County and Henderson County were combined to form Transylvania County. In 1871 parts of Jackson County and Macon County were combined to form Swain County. 
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82 , , , England        76580 
83 , , , Philippines        76822 
84 , , Alabama        76530 
85 , , Arkansas        76641 
86 , , California        77049 
87 , , Colorado        77054 
88 , , Florida        76713 
89 , , Georgia        76489 
90 , , Indiana        77092 
91 , , Ireland        76872 
92 , , Kentucky        76605 
93 , , Louisiana        77193 
94 , , Maryland        76751 
95 , , Mississippi        76581 
96 , , New Jersey        77107 
97 , , North Carolina        76535 
98 , , Ohio        76771 
99 , , Oklahoma  -97.092877  35.0077519    67683 
100 , , Pennsylvania        76488 
101 , , probably Georgia        77135 
102 , , probably Germany        76901 
103 , , probably North Carolina        77220 
104 , , South Carolina        76606 
105 , , Tennessee        76490 
106 , , Texas        76618 
107 , , Ulster, Ireland        77031 
108 , , Virginia        76694 
109 , Alamance, North Carolina        77007 
110 , Albemarle, Virginia        76914 
111 , Alexander, North Carolina        77001 
112 , Anderson, Tennessee      Before the formation of Anderson County, Tennessee, that territory was initially land of what is today called the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Anderson County was partitioned from a portion of Grainger County, Tennessee as well as a portion of Knox County, Tennessee, in 1801; neighboring Roane County, Tennessee, was also formed from a portion of Knox County, Tennessee, in 1801.  28144 
113 , Anne Arundel, Maryland        76560 
114 , Anson, North Carolina        76596 
115 , Antrim, Ireland        76948 
116 , Augusta, Virginia        76791 
117 , Avery, North Carolina        76588 
118 , Baker, Georgia        76973 
119 , Baltimore, Maryland        76815 
120 , Banks, Georgia        76806 
121 , Bartow, Georgia      Bartow County was created from the Cherokee lands of the Cherokee County territory in 1832 on December 3rd, and called Cass County until renamed in 1861.  28137 
122 , Bedford, Virginia        76915 
123 , Bell, Texas        76656 
124 , Ben Hill, Georgia        76668 
125 , Benton, Alabama        76527 
126 , Benton, Arkansas        76994 
127 , Berks, Pennsylvania        76584 
128 , Bienville, Louisville        77195 
129 , Bland, Virginia        77035 
130 , Bledsoe, Tennessee        76599 
131 , Blount, Alabama  -86.4996546  34.0145152    629 
132 , Blount, Tennessee  -83.8473015  35.6710541    74990 
133 , Bollinger, Missouri        77091 
134 , Bosque, Texas        77097 
135 , Botetourt, Virginia        76752 
136 , Bradley, Tennessee        76554 
137 , Brunswick, Virginia        76593 
138 , Buncombe, North Carolina  -82.4752757  35.5931377    66915 
139 , Burke, North Carolina        76494 
140 , Bute, North Carolina        76921 
141 , Cabarrus, North Carolina        77209 
142 , Caldwell, North Carolina        76924 
143 , Calhoun, Alabama  -85.80766  33.7701576    66914 
144 , Cannon, Tennessee        76810 
145 , Carroll, Georgia        76598 
146 , Cass, Georgia      Bartow County was created from the Cherokee lands of the Cherokee County territory in 1832 on December 3rd, and called Cass County until renamed in 1861.  28196 
147 , Caswell, North Carolina        76980 
148 , Catawba, North Carolina        76539 
149 , Catoosa, Georgia        77120 
150 , Cecil, Maryland        76864 
151 , Charles City, Virginia      Charles Cittie (sic) was one of four "boroughs" or "incorporations" created by the Virginia Company in 1619. It was named for Prince Charles, second son of King James I of England, who became the Duke of Wales and heir apparent after the death of his older brother Henry in 1612. He later became King Charles I of England after his father's death.

The Virginia Company lost its charter in 1624 under King James I, and Virginia became a royal colony. Charles City Shire was formed in 1634 in the Virginia Colony by order of the King. Its name was changed to Charles City County in 1643, and it is considered one the five original shires in Virginia which are still extant in essentially the same political entity (county) as they were originally formed in 1634.

The original central city of the county was Charles City Point, which was in an area south of the James River at the confluence of the Appomattox River. The first Charles City County courthouses were located along the James River at Westover and at City Point. The latter's name was shortened from Charles City Point.
Entering Charles City County on VA Route 106

All of the original area of Charles City County south of the James River was severed beginning in 1703 to form Prince George and several other counties. The incorporated town of City Point in Prince George County was annexed by the independent city of Hopewell in 1923.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_City_County,_VA 
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152 , Charles, Maryland  -77.1024902  38.5221781    74641 
153 , Chatham, North Carolina  -79.17807  35.7211289    74765 
154 , Chattooga, Georgia        76859 
155 , Cheraw District, South Carolina        76930 
156 , Cherokee, Alabama        76498 
157 , Cherokee, Georgia  -84.57083  34.16806  Originally, Cherokee County was more like a territory than a county, covering everything northwest of the Chattahoochee River and Chestatee River except for Carroll County. This county was created December 26, 1831 by the state legislature. An act of the Georgia General Assembly passed on December 3rd of that year created the counties of Forsyth, Lumpkin, Union, Cobb, Gilmer, Murray, Cass (now Bartow), Floyd, and Paulding.  28621 
158 , Cherokee, North Carolina        76538 
159 , Chester, Pennsylvania        76704 
160 , Chesterfield, Virginia        76624 
161 , Clay, Missouri        77115 
162 , Cobb, Georgia        76769 
163 , County Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland        76516 
164 , Craven, South Carolina        76929 
165 , Culpeper, Virginia        76851 
166 , Cumberland, North Carolina        76561 
167 , Dekalb, Georgia        76768 
168 , Dekalb, Tennessee        76661 
169 , Dickson, Tennessee        76660 
170 , Early, Georgia        76983 
171 , East Lothian, Scotland        77037 
172 , Edgecombe, North Carolina        76990 
173 , Elbert, Georgia        76518 
174 , Fairfax, Virginia        77006 
175 , Fannin, Georgia        76635 
176 , Fayette, North Carolina        76861 
177 , Floyd, Georgia        76631 
178 , Forsyth, Georgia        76776 
179 , Franklin, Georgia        76519 
180 , Franklin, North Carolina        76601 
181 , Fulton, Georgia        76510 
182 , Giles, Virginia        77229 
183 , Gilmer, Georgia  -84.4802606  34.6935359    67693 
184 , Gordon, Georgia        76950 
185 , Grant, Louisiana        77190 
186 , Granville, North Carolina        76812 
187 , Greene, Georgia        76627 
188 , Guilford, North Carolina        76585 
189 , Gwinnett, Georgia        76628 
190 , Habersham, Georgia        76738 
191 , Halifax, Virginia        76563 
192 , Hall, Georgia        76524 
193 , Hamilton, Tennessee        76958 
194 , Hanover, Virginia        76543 
195 , Harlen, Kentucky        77163 
196 , Hart, Georgia        77176 
197 , Hawkins, Tennessee  -82.9501558  36.4445545    63755 
198 , Haywood, North Carolina        76662 
199 , Henderson, North Carolina        77136 
200 , Henry, Virginia        76548 


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