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Welcome to
Henrico County,
Virginia

TOWNSHIPS
NONE
 
Census Designated Areas
Chamberlayne
Dumbarton
East Highland Park
Glen Allen
Highland Springs
Innsbrook
Lakeside
Laurel
Montrose
Sandston
Short Pump
Tuckahoe
Wyndham
 
Other Communities:
Fari Oaks
Varina
 
CEMETERIES:
Antioch Cem.
Bethel Cem.
Bethlehem Cem.
Beulah Cem.
Bullington Cem.
Deep Run Cem.
East End Cem.
Emmanuel Cem.
Forest Lawn Cem.
Forest Lawn Cem.
Fort Harrison National Cem.
Fort Harrison Natl. Cem.
Fourmile Creek Cem.
Glendale Natl. Cem.
Hardy Central Cem.
James Cem.
James Cem.
Laurel Hill Cem.
Montague Cem.
Monteflore Cem.
Mount Vernon Cem.
North Gaylon Cem.
Poplar Springs Cem.
Richmond Natl. Cem.
Ridge Cem.
Rising Mt. Zion Cem.
Sait James Cem.
Seven Pines Natl. Cem.
Shady Grove Cem.
Springfield Cem.
Washington Mem. Cem.
Westhampton Me. Park.
Woodland Cem.
 
LIBRARIES:
Glen Allen Branch Library
10501 Staples Mill Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060

Innsbrook Branch Library
4060 Innslake Drive
Glen Allen, VA  23060

Sandston Branch Library
23 E. Williamsburg Road
Sandston, VA  23150
 

MUSEUM:
Meadow Farm Museum
Mountain & Courtney roads
Glen Allen, VA  23060
 

 

 



Welcome to the Henrico County, Virginia
This is a No Muss, No Fuss Website to make your
searches easy and quick.
I hope you find your visit pleasant and fruitful.

This is a very new county for me so please
bear with me as I get things uploaded.

Good Luck and Happy Hunting....

Sharon Wick
Owner and Sole Transcriber.

NOTE:  This will start slow but I will be adding to it
as I can find time.

Rockbridge County is named for Natural Bridge

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A Litte about Henrico County, VA. :
In 1611, Thomas Dale founded the Citie of Henricus on an island in the James River that is now called Farrar's Island. Henricus was named for Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales and was destroyed during the Indian massacre of 1622.
     In 1634, Henrico Shire became one of the eight original Shires of Virginia established by the British in the Virginia Colony. Since then, 11 counties and 3 independent cities have been formed from the original territory of Henrico Shire.
     Henrico County (formerly Henrico Shire), officially the County of Henrico, is a county located in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
     Henrico became one of the eight original Shires of Virginia in 1634. It is one of the oldest counties in the United States. The City of Richmond was officially part of Henrico County until 1842, when it became a fully independent city. The present-day Henrico County curves around the City of Richmond, surrounding it to the west, north, and east. The county is bounded by the Chickahominy River to the north and the James River and Richmond to the south

 


County Courthouse
4301 East Parham Road,
Western Government Center
Henrico, VA  23228
http://www.co.henrico.va.us


 

ADJACENT COUNTIES
* Charles City County
- southeast
* Chesterfield County - south
* Goochland County - west
* Hanover County - north
* New Kent  - northeast
* Richwood - south

County Seat:  Henrico Co.
Year Organized:  1611, Shire: 1634
Square Miles:  244.12 

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