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Surry County, Virginia
In 1652, Surry County was formed from the portion of James City County south of the James River. Having an estimated population of 6,967 as of July 1, 2014, the county is mostly rural, known for farming, curing Virginia Hams, and harvesting lumber, notably Virginia Pine.
The county is home to Chippokes Plantation State Park and several of the James River plantations, such as Claremont Manor Plantation.
The Surry Farmers Market, featuring produce, meat, baked goods, plants and garden crafts is open from May to October on Friday evenings.
The county’s official website is http://www.surrycountyva.gov/.
Information about the public schools can be found here.
Sussex County, Virginia
In 1754, Sussex County was formed from a portion of Surry County, Virginia. Adjacent to Dinwiddie, Surry and Prince George Counties, Sussex County has an estimated population of 12,090 as of July 1, 2014 and is mostly rural. Larger towns in the county include Waverly, Wakefield, Jarratt and Stony Creek. Being centrally located between Williamsburg, the Richmond-Petersburg metropolitan area and the Hampton Roads metropolitan area, Sussex's residents can easily access the numerous recreational, historical, cultural, educational and entertainment attractions these diverse areas have to offer.
The county’s official website is http://www.sussexcountyva.gov/.
Schools include Sussex County Public Schools, the charter Appomattox Regional Governor's School for the Arts And Technology and private Tidewater Academy.