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|LC Classifications||F232.L8 C67 2006|
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|Pagination||3 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0788442511, 0788443178|
|ISBN 10||9780788442511, 9780788443178, 9780788441912|
|LC Control Number||2007277969|
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The village grew until—prior to the Civil War—it was the second largest town in Loudoun County. Many buildings still in use in the village were built before Known as Janney's Mill until the s, the early commercial center became the village of Waterford.
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It'll take you through a number of historic colonial sites. The acre tract in the vicinity of Catoctin Creek was granted to Richard Brown by Lord Fairfax in The land was confirmed to him by a patent from the Proprietor's Office that was registered in Libra E, folio The grant is in overall good condition but has some stains.
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