BERKELEY COUNTY Formed from Frederick in 1772. Named for Norborne Berkeley, Baron Botetourt, governor of Virginia, 1768-1770. Home of many leaders in the Revolution. As early as 1774, George Washington had orchards planted here. West Virginia Department of Archives and History, 1974.

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BERKELEY COUNTY Formed from Frederick in 1772. Named for Norborne Berkeley, Baron Botetourt, governor of Virginia, 1768-1770. Home of many leaders in the Revolution. As early as 1774, George Washington had orchards planted here. West Virginia Department of Archives and History, 1974.
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BERKELEY COUNTY Formed from Frederick in 1772. Named for Norborne Berkeley, Baron Botetourt, governor of Virginia, 1768-1770. Home of many leaders in the Revolution. As early as 1774, George Washington had orchards planted here. West Virginia Department of Archives and History, 1974.
Location: West Virginia, United States of America

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