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					                                        THE 2010-2011
                         LEE-JACKSON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
                              $44,000 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
                     PURPOSE                                              HOW TO APPLY

The objective of the program is to acquaint young        Application packets are distributed to all high schools
people with the historical legacy of two of Virginia’s   in Virginia in the fall through the Virginia State
most famous military figures, Generals Robert E. Lee     Department of Education. Students may obtain an
and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson.                       application form and a complete set of application
                                                         guidelines including deadlines from their school
                     AWARDS                              principal, classroom teacher, or guidance counselor.
                                                         Complete application forms and guidelines are also
18 scholarships are available to Virginia high           available from the Foundation’s web site at:
school juniors and seniors submitting outstanding        www.lee-jackson.org.
analytical essays on any aspect--positive or
negative--of the career, character, or legacy of         Students must complete the application form and file
General Robert E. Lee and/or General                     it with their school principal by the specified
“Stonewall” Jackson.                                     deadline. The application must be accompanied by
                                                         an essay on either General Lee or General Jackson, or
The Foundation will award one $2,000 scholarship         both. Essays for the 2010-2011 competition will be
and one $1,000 scholarship to students whose essays      due February 15, 2011, and winning students will
are judged to be the best in each of Virginia’s eight    be notified on May 15, 2011.
public high school regions.
                                                                             THE ESSAY
In addition, the Foundation will award one $2,000
scholarship and one $1,000 scholarship to private        Judges seek original, well-written, and thoroughly
school or homeschooled students whose essays are         researched analytical essays. The length of the essay
judged to be the best from this sector.                  is not as important as the rigorous defense of a well-
                                                         reasoned thesis. Students should feel free to criticize
An additional award of $8,000 will go to the public      General Lee or General Jackson if they wish. Essays
school, private school, or homeschooled student who      might address such topics as:
authors the essay judged to be the best in the state.    --General Lee’s or General Jackson’s heritage and
This student will receive a total award of $10,000..     their lives at war and at peace
                                                         -- Jackson as a tactician or Lee as a strategist
A $1,000 award will be given to a school in each of      --Lee’s or Jackson’s impact on modern battlefield
the nine judging sectors in the name of the high         tactics
school teacher or advisor who sponsors the most          --Lee’s Christian fervor or Jackson’s religious
participating students in that sector.                   passion
                                                         --Jackson’s enigmatic personality or Lee’s dedication
                   ELIGIBILITY                           to gentlemanly virtues
                                                         --Lee as President of Washington College or possible
Any student is eligible to apply who is:                 changes in the course of the Civil War had Jackson
     a Virginia resident                                not died so early.
     classified as a junior or senior in a Virginia     These topics are suggestions only, and students
         public, private, or home high school            should feel free to choose any relevant topic they find
     has not won a Lee-Jackson scholarship              interesting. History and English teachers may be
         before                                          particularly useful resources for student as they
     plans to attend a four-year accredited U.S.        develop their essays and complete their research.
         college, and
     later enrolls as a full-time student               Student winners in public schools will be selected by
Financial need is not a consideration.                   a screening committee in each locality. Student
                                                         winners in private and home schools will be selected
                                                         by a screening committee appointed by the Lee-
                                                         Jackson Educational Foundation.

             Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation  P.O. Box 8121 Charlottesville, VA 22906
                       leejacksonfoundation@yahoo.com          www.lee-jackson.org
                     LEE-JACKSON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
                               2010-2011 PROGRAM GUIDELINES

GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE:

The Foundation honors General Robert E. Lee's and General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's shared belief in the
importance of a well-educated populace by working to increase educational opportunities for Virginia’s youth.
The Foundation has established a non-discriminatory scholarship program to encourage high school students to
continue their education, and sponsors an annual essay competition to make its awards. Scholarships are awarded
for outstanding essays which demonstrate a carefully researched, well-reasoned examination of the historical
legacy left by Generals Lee and Jackson. Essays are judged by panels of educators, historians, and Foundation
members who emphasize originality, historical accuracy, quality of research, and clarity of written expression in
their evaluations.


AMOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION OF SCHOLARSHIPS:

The Foundation awards one $10,000, eight $2,000, and nine $1,000 scholarships to public, private, and home
school students throughout the state of Virginia. The awards are made as follows:
    $2,000 for the top-ranked essay submitted in each of Virginia's eight public high school regions, and $2,000
       for the top-ranked essay in the state's private school/home school region.
    $1,000 for the second-place essay submitted in each of Virginia's eight public high school regions, and
       $1,000 for the second-place essay in the state's private school/home school region.
    An $8,000 bonus award will go to the single essay that is judged to be the most outstanding in the state.
       Public, private, and home school $2,000 winners are eligible for this bonus, bringing the award for the best
       essay in the state to $10,000. The winning essayist will be designated the 2011 J. Clifford Miller, Jr.
       Scholar.

To encourage widespread support for this scholarship program and to encourage the largest possible number of
student participants, the Foundation will also give a cash award of $1,000 to the school in each of the nine regions
whose student advisor (classroom teacher, principal, guidance counselor, etc.) is identified as being responsible for
generating the largest number of essays.

Student Advisors are encouraged to file the required High School Summary Form with the Foundation by
the specified deadline. The Foundation uses this report to determine the recipients of the nine $1,000
Student Advisor awards.

ELIGIBILITY

Any junior or senior in a Virginia public, private, or home high school may apply. The student must not have
received a Lee-Jackson scholarship in the past and must be a resident of Virginia who plans to attend, and later
enrolls as a full-time student in, an accredited four-year college or university in the United States. Students who
intend to enroll in a community college must enroll in the college transfer program. Financial need is neither a
requirement nor a consideration.

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APPLICATION PROCEDURES:

Public and Private School Students:
To enter the annual essay competition, the student must submit to the high school principal:
     a completed Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation Scholarship Application Form (available from the
        high school principal or guidance counselor or from the Foundation’s web site at www.lee-jackson.org)
     a completed essay.

Homeschooled Students:
To enter the annual essay competition, the student must submit to his/her parent or guardian:
     a completed Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation Scholarship Application Form (available from the
        Foundation’s web site at www.lee-jackson.org)
     a completed essay.

All Students:
     Students should label each essay page in the upper right corner with their social security number or
       alternative identifier (such as a complete birthdate), along with the essay title, and page number.
     Students should not attach high school transcripts, recommendations, test scores, or any other extraneous
       material to their application and essay.
     Students should avoid putting their name or school on any essay page other than the application form.

Students sending essays and applications directly to the Foundation without first submitting them to the
high school principal (or, for homeschooled students, to the parent/guardian) for signature will have their
packets returned and will risk missing the submission deadline.
_________________________________________________________________________________

Public High School Principals:
    High school principals should sign and forward ALL on-time essays to their division superintendents for
       further review.
    High school principals should mail the completed High School Summary Form directly to the
       Foundation. All participating students should be counted on this form, as the Foundation uses these totals
       to determine the winners of the nine $1,000 Student Advisor awards.

Private High School Principals:
     High school principals should sign and forward ALL on-time essays to the Foundation for further review.
     High school principals should mail the completed High School Summary Form directly to the
        Foundation. All participating students should be counted on this form, as the Foundation uses these totals
        to determine the winners of the nine $1,000 Student Advisor awards.

Home School Parents/Guardians:
   Parents/Guardians should sign and forward on-time essays to the Foundation for further review.
   Parents/Guardians should mail the completed High School Summary Form directly to the Foundation, so
      the Foundation may track the participation of homeschooled students.



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EVALUATION OF ESSAYS:

Though the length of the essay is not a major consideration as long as the thesis is well developed and defended,
successful papers from past years have generally been from 7 to10 pages in length. Essays should be double-
spaced and printed in 12 point type using Times New Roman or a similar font. Judges seek clear, cohesive, well-
expressed, original essays. Students should focus on successful presentation and defense of a carefully defined
thesis leading to a well-reasoned conclusion. Students should avoid reports, biographies, creative writing, and
forms of written expression other than analytical essays. Students are encouraged to research their topics
thoroughly, and to attach a comprehensive bibliography to their essays with any necessary footnotes clearly
documented. While students are not prohibited from researching their topics via the internet, the Foundation
encourages participants to use web sources as supplements to, not replacements for, in-depth book reading and
periodical-based research.

The Foundation wishes to emphasize that scholarships are intended to reward conscientious students for the hard
work required to produce an outstanding original analytical essay. All qualifying applicants can expect to have
their essays judged fairly and competitively against those of their peers and are encouraged to submit their best
work for consideration by the Foundation’s judging panels. Students submitting poorly researched, historically
inaccurate, plagiarized, or hastily written compositions should not expect to receive scholarship awards. Essays
should be written for this competition specifically; students may not submit papers written for a prior Lee-Jackson
competition or for other contests or prior class assignments. Judges reserve the right to disqualify essays submitted
in violation of these rules.

The Foundation reminds students that they are free to formulate any essay thesis relevant to General Robert E. Lee
or General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson that appeals to them. Topics need not be restricted to the Civil War
activities of Lee and Jackson and may be critical of the Generals' actions, motivations, legacies, or philosophies, if
the contestant so desires. The Foundation strongly encourages students to find fresh approaches to topics that may
have become time-worn.

The Foundation stresses that it does not wish to influence the student as to the content or conclusions presented in
the essay. Selection of winners will be based solely upon the merits of each essay. Information provided on the
application will be used for statistical purposes only. The Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of sex,
race, religion, or creed in the awarding of its scholarships.


SELECTION PROCESS:

After applications are received from all the public high schools in the division, each division superintendent will
select the five best essays. Division superintendents are encouraged to evaluate all applications submitted. After
the five best essays are selected, the division superintendent will forward those applications and essays and the
completed Division Superintendent Summary Form to the chairman of his/her regional screening committee.

From these applicants, each regional screening committee will select three students to represent the region and will
rank them first, second, and an alternate. These applications and essays will then be forwarded to the Foundation
with the completed Regional Screening Committee Summary Form and a copy of each Division
Superintendent Summary Form received.



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SEELCTION PROCESS, CONTINUED:

A Foundation-appointed committee will review private school and home school applications. These applications,
along with the completed High School Summary Form, should be mailed to:

                                     The Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation
                                                 P.O. Box 8121
                                           Charlottesville, VA 22906

A Foundation appointed judging panel will review the top-ranked essays from each of the eight public high school
regions and the ninth private/home school region. This panel will make the final determination as to which of
these nine essays will receive the $10,000 J. Clifford Miller scholarship.


NOTIFICATION OF WINNERS

Scholarship winners will be notified of their award via US mail to the home address provided on the application
form on May 15th. Copies of the winners list will be made available to Division Superintendents through the
Virginia Department of Education as soon after May 15th as possible. An updated winners list and a copy of the
$10,000 winning essay will be made available on the Foundation’s website in the fall when the new application
packet is posted to the site.

Winners will be announced in time to permit presentations at graduation exercises. High school principals are
encouraged to provide special recognition during awards ceremonies. Representatives from the Lee-Jackson
Educational Foundation may be available to make presentations upon request.


DISBURSEMENT OF FUNDS:

The Foundation will certify to Virginia National Bank the names of the scholarship recipients. Scholarship
recipients will receive a Verification of Enrollment Form with their award letter. The college registrar or
appropriate official who verifies the student’s actual enrollment must complete this form and return it to the
Foundation’s administrator at the address listed above. Upon receipt of this information, the scholarship check
will be authorized and mailed to the college.

Virginia National Bank will issue checks payable to the winner's college and will mail these checks to the bursar or
financial aid director of the college attended. Scholarship awards are to be applied to tuition and required fees
only. Juniors who win scholarships will have their awards held for them until they enter college. The Foundation
will send reminders and updated forms to junior winners in the spring of their senior year so they may claim their
awards upon verification of their enrollment in college.




                                                   Page 5 of 12
                    LEE-JACKSON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
                                      2010-2011 Processing Cycle

February 15, 2011        ESSAYS DUE TO PRINCIPALS/PARENTS FOR SIGNATURE
                         --Public and private high school students must submit completed applications and essays to
                         their principals for signature by this deadline.
                         --Home schooled high school students must submit completed applications and essays to
                         their parents/guardians for signature by this deadline.

February 28, 2011        ESSAYS DUE TO SUPERINTENDENT/FOUNDATION FOR REVIEW
                         --Public high school principals must submit students’ applications and essays to their
                         division superintendents for further review by this deadline.
                         --Private high school principals and home school parents must submit students’ applications
                         and essays to the Foundation for further review by this deadline.

February 28, 2011        HIGH SCHOOL SUMMARY FORMS DUE TO FOUNDATION
                         --Public and private school principals and home school parents/guardians must send a
                         completed High School Summary Form to the Foundation by this deadline. ***PLEASE
                         REMEMBER: The Foundation uses this form to determine the regional winners of our
                         $1,000 student advisor awards!

March 31, 2011           ESSAYS/FORMS DUE TO REGIONAL SCREENING COMMITTEE
                         --Division superintendents must submit their five best essays and attached application forms
                         to the chairperson of their respective regional screening committee for further review.
                         --Division superintendents must also submit to the chairperson of their regional screening
                         committee the completed Division Superintendent Summary Form.

April 29, 2011           ESSAYS/FORMS DUE TO FOUNDATION FOR FINAL REVIEW
                         --Regional screening committees must submit their top two essays and one alternate to the
                         Foundation for final review.
                         --Regional screening committees must also submit to the Foundation their completed
                         Regional Screening Committee Summary Form and copies of all Division
                         Superintendent Summary Forms received.

May 15, 2011             WINNERS ANNOUNCED
                         --Foundation sends each scholarship winner an award letter, a copy of the “Policy
                         Governing Payment to Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation Scholarship Holders,” and a
                         Verification of Enrollment Form.
                         --Foundation sends each student advisor winner an award notice and a $1,000 check.
                         --Foundation certifies to Virginia National Bank and the Virginia Department of Education
                         the names of both the student scholarship winners and alternates, and the student advisor
                         award winners.

    Entries must be hand-delivered or postmarked by the deadlines listed to be considered “on-
                                            time”!
 UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD PUBLIC SCHOOL APPLICATIONS OR ESSAYS
                      BE SENT DIRECTLY TO THE FOUNDATION.

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                    LEE-JACKSON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
                                   APPLICATION FORM
Please type or print legibly:

Name:___________________________________________________________                 ___________
          Last                   First                 Middle                      Gender

Home Mailing Address:__________________________________________________________
                                  Number and Street or P.O. Box
             _________________________________________________________________
                   City                                Zip Code

Home Phone #:_____________________         E-mail:___________________________________

Social Security # or Alternative Identifier (labeling each essay page) :___________________

High School Name:______________________________________________________________

Name of City or County where school is located:_____________________________________

(Circle one)   Junior    Senior   (Circle one) Public School    Private School     Home School

Name of local newspaper:________________________________________________________

If you are a scholarship winner, do you agree to be included in a Foundation press release announcing the
scholarship results and have your name, high school, and scholarship award amount posted on the
Foundation’s website and/or the Virginia Department of Education’s website? (Circle one) Yes No
(If student is under 18, parent/guardian please sign) __________________ (Signature) _______ (Date)

How did you learn about the Lee-Jackson Foundation Scholarship Program? Check one:
_____________       Teacher
_____________       Guidance Counselor
_____________       School Administrator
_____________       Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation Web Site
_____________       Other (please list)____________________________________________

IMPORTANT REQUIRED INFORMATION: Name of teacher or other school staff member, if any, who
advised you in the writing of the essay, and the school’s region number. (The region number is important in
order to qualify schools for the $1,000 award given as an incentive to encourage student participation.) If
private or home school, write “PRIVATE” or “HOME” in Region # blank.
__________________________________             __________________         ________________
           Name of Advisor                          Region #                Telephone #

______________________________________________                        __________________
           Signature of Applicant                                            Date

NOTE: All essays become the property of the Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation which may publish all
or portions of the essay either in print or on its website.

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                   LEE-JACKSON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
                             HIGH SCHOOL SUMMARY FORM

                               (For Public, Private, and Home School Use)

Name of High School:___________________________________________________________

Complete Mailing Address of School:______________________________________________

                                   _______________________________________________

Telephone Number of School: ____________________________________________________

Region #:__________     (If private school, write “PRIVATE”; if home school, write “HOME”)

Please complete the information below and send this form directly to the Lee-Jackson Educational
Foundation at the address below at the same time you submit the essays and applications to the next judging
level. REMEMBER: The Foundation uses this form to determine our $1,000 Student Advisor winners!!!
Please submit to the Foundation by the specified due date!!!

Special Note: Public schools must forward all submitted essays and application forms to the division
superintendent for further review. Private schools and home schooled students should submit all essays and
applications received directly to the Foundation.

      Name of Student Advisor                   # of Applications Sponsored

1.    ________________________________________________________________________

2.    ________________________________________________________________________

3.    ________________________________________________________________________

4.    ________________________________________________________________________

5.    ________________________________________________________________________

Number of applications, if any, submitted without student advisor sponsorship:___________

Total Number of applications submitted:____________

Send to:                                 _________________________________________
                                         Submitted by (print name)
Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation
P.O. Box 8121                            __________________________________________
Charlottesville, VA 22906                Signature

                                         (___)________________
                                         Phone #


                                               Page 8 of 12
                   LEE-JACKSON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
                         DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT SUMMARY FORM

                                         (Public School Use Only)

Name of School Division:________________________________________________________

Region #:___________

Please complete the information below and enclose this form with the 5 essays and applications you submit
to your regional screening committee chairperson. A list of all regional screening committee chairpersons is
enclosed for your reference.

       Name of Student                           High School

1.     ________________________________________________________________________

2.     ________________________________________________________________________

3.     ________________________________________________________________________

4.     ________________________________________________________________________

5.     ________________________________________________________________________


Total number of applications/essays received from students in your division:_____________

                                          __________________________________________
                                          Submitted by (print name)

                                          __________________________________________
                                          Signature

                                          (____)____________________________________
                                          Phone #




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                   LEE-JACKSON EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
                     REGIONAL SCREENING COMMITTEE SUMMARY FORM

                                         (Public School Use Only)


Region #:____________________

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CHANGE FOR THIS YEAR: REGIONAL SCREENING
COMMITTEES ARE ONLY REQUIRED TO SUBMIT TO THE LEE-JACKSON EDUCATIONAL
FOUNDATION THE NAMES OF TWO WINNERS AND ONE ALTERNATE. PLEASE INCLUDE
THE APPLICATION FORM AND ESSAYS FOR ALL THREE STUDENTS LISTED ON THIS
PAGE.

Please complete the information below (rank-ordering winners) and enclose this form with the three essays
and applications (two winners and one alternate) you submit to the Foundation.

      Name of Student                           High School

1.    ________________________________________________________________________

2.    ________________________________________________________________________

Alternate    __________________________________________________________________

Total number of applications/essays reviewed by your committee:______________________


Please also attach a copy of each Division Superintendent Summary Form or
High School Summary Form you received.
Send to:

The Lee-Jackson Educational Foundation
P.O. Box 8121
Charlottesville, VA 22906
leejacksonfoundation@yahoo.com

                                         _________________________________________
                                         Submitted by (print name)

                                         _________________________________________
                                         Signature

                                         (___)_____________________________________
                                         Phone #



                                              Page 10 of 12
                  STATE SUPERINTENDENT’S LEADERSHIP ADVISORY COUNCIL


REGION STUDY GROUP NO. 1               Chairman - Dr. Winston O. Odom
                                       Superintendent, Hopewell City Public Schools
wodom@hopewell.k12.va.us               103 N. 12th Avenue
pramey@hopewell.k12.va.us              Hopewell, Virginia 23860-3758
(Patty Ramey, Adm. Assistant)          (804) 541-6400       FAX (804) 541-6401

REGION STUDY GROUP NO. 2               Chairman – Dr. Ashby Kilgore (new)
                                       Superintendent, Newport News City Public Schools
Ashby.kilgore@nn.k12.va.us             12465 Warwick Boulevard
Charlotte.colbert@nn.k12.va.us         Newport News, Virginia 23606-3041
Kim.hinton@nn.k12.va.us                (757) 591-7417      FAX (757) 599-8270

REGION STUDY GROUP NO. 3               Chairman – Dr. Howard B. Kiser
                                       Superintendent, Gloucester County Public Schools
bkiser@gc.k12.va.us                    6489 Main Street, Building Two, Room 209
dgamache@gc.k12.va.us                  Gloucester, Virginia 23061
(Diane C. Gamache, Adm. Assistant)     (804) 693-1425        FAX (804) 693-1426

REGION STUDY GROUP NO. 4               Chairman – Mrs. Pamela M. McInnis
                                       Superintendent, Warren County Public Schools
pmcinnis@wcps.k12.va.us                210 North Commerce Avenue
mhenry@wcps.k12.va.us                  Front Royal, Virginia 22630-4419
(Mary R. Henry, Adm. Assistant)        (540) 635-2171        FAX (540) 636-4195

REGION STUDY GROUP NO. 5               Chairman – Dr. Roger D. Collins
                                       Superintendent, Nelson County Public Schools
rcollins@nelson.k12.va.us              84 Courthouse Square, P. O. Box 276
khughes@nelson.k12.va.us               Lovingston, Virginia 22949-0276
(Kathy Hughes, Adm. Assistant)         (434) 263-7100        FAX (434) 263-7115

REGION STUDY GROUP NO. 6               Chairman – Dr. Lorraine S. Lange
                                       Superintendent, Roanoke County Public Schools
llange@rcs.k12.va.us                   5937 Cove Road, N.W.
dratliff@rcs.k12.va.us                 Roanoke, Virginia 24019-2403
(Darlene M. Ratliff, Adm. Assistant)   (540) 562-3900       FAX (540) 562-3993

REGION STUDY GROUP NO. 7               Chairman – Dr. Elizabeth Thomas (new)
                                       Superintendent, Grayson County Public Schools
ethomas@grayson.k12.va.us              P. O. Box 888
mpaisley@grayson.k12.va.us             Independence, Virginia 24348
(Mrs. Mary Paisley)                    (276) 773-2832       FAX (276) 773-2939

REGION STUDY GROUP NO. 8               Chairman – Dr. James Thornton (new)
                                       Superintendent, Mecklenburg County Public Schools
jthornton@mcpsweb.org                  175 Mayfield Drive
sshuttleworth@mcpsweb.org              Boydton, Virginia 23917
(Ms. Sharon Shuttleworth)              (434) 738-6111       FAX (434) 738-6679
                          SCHOOL DIVISIONS AND REGION NUMBERS


                                                   COUNTY
Accomack           II            Giles                    VII     Pittsylvania     VI
Albemarle          V             Gloucester               III     Powhatan         I
Alleghany          VI            Goochland                I       Prince Edward    VIII
Amelia             VIII          Grayson                  VII     Prince William   IV
Amherst            V             Greene                   V       Prince George    I
Appomattox         VIII          Greensville              VIII    Pulaski          VII
Augusta            V             Halifax                  VIII    Rappahannock     IV
Bath               V             Hanover                  I       Richmond         III
Bedford            V             Henrico                  I       Roanoke          VI
Bland              VII           Henry                    VI      Rockbridge       V
Botetourt          VI            Highland                 V       Rockingham       V
Brunswick          VIII          Isle of Wight            II      Russell          VII
Buchanan           VII           King George              III     Scott            VII
Buckingham         VIII          King and Queen           III     Shenandoah       IV
Campbell           V             King William             III     Smyth            VII
Caroline           III           Lancaster                III     Southampton      II
Carroll            VII           Lee                      VII     Spotsylvania     III
Charles City       I             Loudoun                  IV      Stafford         III
Charlotte          VIII          Louisa                   V       Surry            I
Chesterfield       I             Lunenburg                VIII    Sussex           I
Clarke             IV            Madison                  IV      Tazewell         VII
Craig              VI            Mathews                  III     Warren           IV
Culpeper           IV            Mecklenburg              VIII    Washington       VII
Cumberland         VIII          Middlesex                III     Westmoreland     III
Dickenson          VII           Montgomery               VI      Wise             VII
Dinwiddie          I             Nelson                   V       Wythe            VII
Essex              III           New Kent                 I       York             II
Fairfax            IV            Northampton              II
Fauquier           IV            Northumberland           III
Floyd              VI            Nottoway                 VIII
Fluvanna           V             Orange                   IV
Franklin           VI            Page                     IV
Frederick          IV            Patrick                  VI

                          CITY                                             TOWN
Alexandria         IV            Manassas                 IV      Colonial Beach   III
Arlington          IV            Manassas Park            IV      West Point       III
Bedford            V             Martinsville             VI
Bristol            VII           Newport News             II
Buena Vista        V             Norfolk                  II
Charlottesville    V             Norton                   VII
Chesapeake         II            Petersburg               I
Colonial Heights   I             Poquoson                 II
Covington          VI            Portsmouth               II
Danville           VI            Radford                  VII
Fairfax            IV            Richmond                 I
Falls Church       IV            Roanoke                  VI
Franklin           II            Salem                    VI
Fredericksburg     III           Staunton                 V
Galax              VII           Suffolk                  II
Hampton            II            Virginia Beach           II
Harrisonburg       V             Waynesboro               V
Hopewell           I             Williamsburg             II
Lexington          V             Winchester               IV
Lynchburg          V




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