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Vermont, after playing an important role in the American Revolution, resisted the advances of the neighboring colonies and declared itself an independent Republic in 1777. In 1791 Vermont joined the United States as that fledgling nation's fourteenth member.

Combs &c. Vermont Counties of Record

CountyFormedParent CountyCounty SeatLink
Addison1785RutlandMiddleburyRecords
Bennington1779Original CountyBenningtonRecords
Caledonia1796OrangeSt. JohnsburyRecords
Chittenden1787Original CountyBurlingtonRecords
Essex1792Unorganized TerritoryGuildhallRecords
Franklin1792ChittendenSt. AlbansRecords
Grand Isle1802FranklinNorth HeroRecords
Lamoille1835Chittenden, Franklin, OrleansHyde ParkRecords
Orange1781Original CountyChelseaRecords
Orleans1792Original CountyNewportRecords
Rutland1781Original CountyRutlandRecords
Washington1810Addison, Orange, Caledonia, ChittendenMontpelierRecords
Windham1781CumberlandNewfaneRecords
Windsor1781Original CountyWoodstockRecords

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