Three, Delaware is divided into three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.
There are only three counties, Kent, New Castle and Sussex which is the smallest number of counties in any US State.
Delaware has three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex, the fewest counties of any US state.Only three: New Castle, Kent and Sussex.
Three, Delaware is divided into three counties: New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.There are only three counties, Kent, New Castle and Sussex which is the smallest number of counties in any US State.
The divided counties in Delaware are: Kent County New Castle County Sussex County
Delaware has three counties, Sussex, Kent, And New Castle
Chester, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties in Pennsylvania.Gloucester County New Jersey andNew Castle County Delaware.
Montgomery, Bucks and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania and Burlington., Camden and Gloucester Counties in New Jersey.
Delaware has three counties, but only one country.The counties of Delaware are, from north to south, New Castle, Kent, and Sussex.
The Title 9 counties referred to in the Delaware Code are made up of Kent County, New Castle County and Sussex County. All up these counties have a population of around 900,000.
Delaware has the fewest counties with only 3 counties. - Kent County - New Castle County - Sussex County
In Ohio, yes. I don't know if there are any other Delaware Counties, but I would assume so.
Connecticut and Rhode Island both have 0 counties. The next closest is 3, which Delaware and Hawaii both have.
Rhode Island and Delaware