Kent County

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EtymologyEdit

Several are named after Kent in England.

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Kent County

  1. A county of New Brunswick, Canada, named after Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn.
  2. A former county of Ontario, Canada, abolished in 1998, with unknown etymology.
  3. One of 3 counties in Delaware, United States. County seat: Dover.
  4. One of 23 counties in Maryland, United States. County seat: Chestertown.
  5. One of 83 counties in Michigan, United States. County seat: Grand Rapids. Named after James Kent.
  6. One of 5 counties in Rhode Island, United States. County seat: East Greenwich.
  7. One of 254 counties in Texas, United States. County seat: Jayton. Named after Andrew Kent

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