Orange County was establised in 1781, from Cumberland County, Vermont, which was created from Cumberland and Gloucester counties, in New York. 

     Located in eastern Vermont, with the Connecticut River as it's eastern boundary, and the state of New Hampshire across the river, the communities in Orange County include:  Boltonville, Bradford, Braintree, Brookfield, Chelsea, Corinth, East Corinth, East Orange, East Randolph, Ely, Fairlee, Newbury, Orange, Post Mills, Randolph, South Newbury, South Strafford, Thetford, Tunbridge, Vershire, Waits River, Washington, Wells River, West Corinth, West Fairlee, West Newbury, West Topsham, Williamstown. 
 
 


Bradford
 

Topsham

Braintree

Newbury

Tunbridge

Brookfield

Orange

Vershire

Chelsea

Randolph

Washington

Corinth

Strafford

West Fairlee

Fairlee

Thetford

Williamstown


 


 


 

 

 

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