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December 12, 2012 / Joanne Yeck

Where in the World is Buckingham County, VA?

Buckingham_Nicholasphoto by Joanne Yeck

From the “Gazetteer of the United States” (1854)

by Thomas Baldwin

Buckingham is a county in the Southeast part of central Virginia.

It has an area of 680 square miles.

The James River forms its boundary on the North and Northwest.

The Appomattox River forms its the southern border.

It is also drained by Willis and Slate rivers.

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