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Bel Air and the extinct Town of Minnieville
posted by: theroths3
date approved: 8/12/2007
last visited: 4/11/2009
John Marshall's Birthplace
Chief Justice John Marshall's Birthplace
date approved: 12/27/2006
last visited: 2/7/2012
Where Pelham Fell
Major John Pelham falls at Kelly's Ford
last visited: 7/23/2007
King George County/Westmoreland County
A county line marker southeast of King George.
posted by: Markerman62
date approved: 3/25/2015
last visited: never
Stuart and Mosby
Civil War activity by Stuart and Mosby
Glascock Cemetery (Oak Hill)
Family cemetery for prominent Prince William Co. family.
last visited: 8/1/2007
Bristol Iron Works
A marker about an iron works that was located on the Rappahannock.
Russell House and Store
date approved: 1/8/2007
Old Bethel Church
History of the Old Bethel Church
last visited: 2/2/2013
Mosby's Raid At Catlett's Station
Mosby disrupts flow of Union supplies by burning rail cars.
Battle of Brandy Station
Located along the side of route 15 south.
posted by: flyingmoose
date approved: 10/30/2006
last visited: 7/6/2008
Erected 1980 by the Prince William Historical Commission. (Marker Number 41.)
posted by: turnersrugs
date approved: 2/20/2013
Ulyses S. Grant's Operations
posted by: johnjm99
date approved: 2/27/2006
last visited: 6/2/2001
Revolutionary and Civil War action
Bacon Race Church and Cemetery
Site of three historic churches at Bacon Race
Fauquier County / Prince William County
Fauquier/Prince William county line
last visited: 9/25/2010
The Chinn Family
The Chinn Family and Prince William County
last visited: 9/15/2008
The Stamp Act was a tax imposed by the British on the colonies, requiring printed materials be produced on stamped paper produced in London. The sign is about the protests of this tax.
posted by: nomadwillie
date approved: 10/18/2013
last visited: 4/2/2001
History of Oak Grove
George Washington went to school nearby among other bits of history.
date approved: 3/22/2015
A short history of the town of Occoquan. The plaque is by the Jefferson Davis Highway. In the 1600s, John Smith explored the region.
posted by: saopaulo1
date approved: 5/20/2009
last visited: 5/30/2009
Early Land Patents
A plaque along Hway 1 detailing the early land patents from Woodbridge. Woodbridge was once the name of a local plantation.
Fairfax County / Prince William County
Located along Jefferson Davis Highway in Woodbridge, this markers marks the lines of Fairfax and Prince Williams counties.
The Depot at Beaver Dam
This small train station in Beaver Dam played a significant part in the Civil War.
posted by: teeoff2
date approved: 7/17/2012
last visited: 12/31/2014
Town of Occoquan
Town of Occoquan and Rockledge.
Early establishment of Town of Occoquan
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