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Plainfield is a town in Washington county, Vermont. It was formed in 1788 in Vt., and in N.Y. in 1772 from Caledonia county, though the following competing claims for its origins are Whitelaw/Savage and Coit Grant. The probate and court district for Plainfield is Washington. For more information, contact the town at 18 High St., P.O. Box 217, Plainfield 05667. On the attached map, Plainfield is shown as 9 in Washington county.
For information about the state of Vermont see Vermont Family History Research.