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A former plantation in the Williamsburg area.
posted by: Markerman62
date approved: 1/31/2015
last visited: never
At the county line of Northampton and Accomack.
Along US 13 east of the former Arlington house and the Arlington community.
Salem Methodist Church
Site of a violent division between Methodists.
date approved: 1/30/2015
Appomattox County/Campbell County
A county line marker for Appomattox and Campbell Counties.
A road used strategically many times during the Civil Road.
date approved: 1/29/2015
Battle of Drewry's Bluff
After the Peninsula Campaign, Drewry's Bluff was part of the Bermuda Hundred Campaign which this marker describes.
Battle of Williamsburg
A marker depicting the events of the Battle of Williamsburg.
Accomac County/Northampton County
A county line marker for Accomac and Northampton Counties
Engagement of Middletown
Commemorates Stonewall Jackson led battle.
date approved: 1/28/2015
A marker telling the history of Middletown.
Old Stone Fort
An old marker in Middletown.
Located in Williamsburg on US 60.
A state marker at the entrance to Jones Point Park.
posted by: bluesnote
date approved: 12/31/2014
This is one of many markers along Route 6.
date approved: 12/23/2014
The 1936 Virginia Prison Recordings
First Baptist Church Manakin
A state marker on the north side of Route 360, Hull Street.
Saint Paul's Chapel School - Rosenwald Funded
A Virginia Historical Marker erected in 2014.
posted by: LJParr
date approved: 11/4/2014
Berryville Clarke County
Berryville Clark County
posted by: farmer_bill
date approved: 8/3/2014
last visited: 8/3/2014
Union Army Enters Richmond
A state marker along the James River in the capital city of Virginia.
date approved: 7/17/2014
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