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Amelia County is a United States county located just west of Richmond in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The county is included in the Greater Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area, and its county seat is Amelia Courthouse.
- also known as Amelia County, Virginia
- founded in (281 years ago)
- part of Virginia, Richmond, VA Metropolitan Statistical Area, United States of America
- capital: Amelia Courthouse
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- Amelia County Training School--- -1Chula----------- Non-Sect Bowling Green Industrial Academy - - Bowling Green Boydton Academic & Bible Institute - Boydton.
A Complete Digest of the Records of All the Countries of the Western Hemisphere by Christina K. Schaefer
Amelia County ( established 1734 from Prince George and Brunswick counties) Original records at the ...
by William Harrison De Puy
AMELIA, capital of Amelia County, in southern Virginia. It is situated on the Southern railroad, 36 miles S.E. of Richmond, and about 6 miles W. of the Appomattox. Population about 380.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1897)
by Thomas Spencer Baynes, Day Otis Kellogg, William Robertson Smith
AMELIA, capital of Amelia County, in southern Virginia. It is situated on the Southern railroad, 36 miles S.E. of Richmond, and about 6 miles W. of the Appomattox. Population 1895, 380.
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