1856, Worsham, Virginia
The Prince Edward County Clerk’s Office is part of the Prince Edward County Court House Complex in Worsham, Virginia. This is one of three buildings sold as a single kit. Click here for the Court House itself, sold separately.
These buildings formed the administrative core of the court village of Prince Edward County, from its establishment in 1754 until the county seat was moved to Farmville in 1872.
County records were kept here at the Clerk’s Office. The building was once a school but is now a community meeting room. Building measures 4 inches wide, 3 inches deep, and 3 inches high.Skill rating: Moderate, for ages 8 and up. Adult supervision may be required.
The full kit with all three buildings includes seven sheets plus illustrated instructions, $12.95 plus shipping. Available directly from the Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society at www.fpehs.org.