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Kent County Delaware

Kent County, Delaware is the middle county of the State, and has an area of about five hundred square miles. It is bounded on the east by Delaware Bay, on the north by New Castle County, on the west by the State of Maryland, and on the south by Sussex County. The soil of the county is mostly fertile, the staple products being corn, wheat, oats, peaches and pork. The surface of the country is largely covered with forests. The county is intersected by the Delaware Railroad and the Delaware and Maryland Railroad, and is drained by Duck Creek, Little Creek, Old Duck Creek, Jones' Creek, Tanner's Creek, Murderkill Creek, Mispillion Creek, Marshy Hope Creek and Choptank River. 

The town of Dover is the capital of the State. Read more... (soon)

Hundreds of Kent County

East Dover West Dover Duck Creek
Little Creek Kenton North Murderkill
South Murderkill  Mispillion Milford

Town of Harrington, Mispillion Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Town of Felton, Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Town of Cambridge, South Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Town of Frederica, South Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Town of Wyoming, North Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Town of Camden, North Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Town of Smyrna, Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Smyrna Circuit Preachers, Kent County, Delaware
Town of Leipsic, Little Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware

Assessment List, North Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Assessment Roll, Kenton Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Assessment List, Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Assessment List, Mispillion Hundred, Kent County, Delaware
Assessment List East Dover Hundred, Kent County, Delaware

Kent County Delaware ~ Courthouse and Almshouse
Kent County Delaware ~ Jail
Kent County Delaware ~ Prothonotaries ~ Recorders ~ Registers
Kent County Delaware ~ Coroner and Clerks
Kent County Delaware ~ Justice of the Peace
Kent County Delaware ~ Notaries and Tabelion Public
Kent County Delaware ~ Levy Court ~ Treasures

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Source: History of Delaware, 1609-1888, Volume I, by J. Thomas Scharf, L. J. Richards & Company, Philadelphia, 1888.

 
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