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Independent City of Waynesboro


Located in Augusta County. Named for "Mad" Anthony Wayne, an American general during and following the American Revolution, the town was first laid out in 1797. "Waynesborough" (also sometimes referred to as "Teasville") was established as a town in 1801 and incorporated in 1834. In 1923 it was consolidated with the adjacent community of Basic City, and in 1947 Waynesboro was made a city by an act of the General Assembly. Waynesboro's municipal archives date from 1948. For earlier records, see Augusta County.

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