Newport News, Virginia

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Denbigh (merged 1958).  Warwick County (merged 1958)  
 
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== Communities within the City  ==
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=== Communities within the City  ===
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Colony Pines . Christopher Shores-Stuart Gardens . Denbigh . East End . Fort Eustis . Glendale . Hildenwood . Hilton Village . Huntington Heights (Overtown). Jefferson Park . Kiln Creek . Lee Hall . Menchville . Morrison (Harpersville) . Newmarket . North End . Oyster Point . Parkview . Port Warwick . Richneck . Riverside . Summerlake . Village Green . Warwick
  
 
== Neighboring Cities & Counties  ==
 
== Neighboring Cities & Counties  ==

Revision as of 20:11, 23 July 2008

 United States  > Virginia > Newport News, Virginia

Contents

History and Tidbits

Originally a Native American village named Kecoughtan when Sir Thomas Gates took possession of it in 1610.

Became independent of Warwick County in 1896.

County seat was at Denbigh until 1810 when it moved to City of Newport News.

Independent City Government Site

Absorbed and Annexed Cities, Communities, Towns and Counties

Denbigh (merged 1958).  Warwick County (merged 1958)

Communities within the City

Colony Pines . Christopher Shores-Stuart Gardens . Denbigh . East End . Fort Eustis . Glendale . Hildenwood . Hilton Village . Huntington Heights (Overtown). Jefferson Park . Kiln Creek . Lee Hall . Menchville . Morrison (Harpersville) . Newmarket . North End . Oyster Point . Parkview . Port Warwick . Richneck . Riverside . Summerlake . Village Green . Warwick

Neighboring Cities & Counties

Isle of Wight County | James City County | Surry County | York County | City of Hampton | City of Portsmouth |  City of Suffolk

Resources

Cemeteries

References

Bibiography

Genealogy and History Websites