Chesterfield County, VA
Established May 25, 1749, Chesterfield County has an area of 437 mi². It's located in central Virginia. The James River and Appomattox River define the majority of Chesterfield's borders. With 348,556 residents, Chesterfield is the fourth most populous county in Virginia. The county seat is located in Chesterfield, which is notably known for its Church of Saint Mary, as well the crooked spire of All Saints.