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This is one of many markers along Route 6.
posted by: bluesnote
date approved: 12/23/2014
last visited: never
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
last visited: 7/17/2014
Defenses of Richmond
This state marker is located on the west side of Airport Rd.
date approved: 7/5/2014
last visited: 7/5/2014
Chesterfield County Courthouse
This maker is located right next to highway 10.
Doctor Still's Birthplace
A local roadside historical marker dated 1979 placed at Dr. Still Park in Lee County, near the town of Jonesville.
posted by: Manville Possum
date approved: 6/9/2014
William H. Starnes: Agricultural Educator
A Virginia Historical Marker placed by the Department of Historic Resources in 2013.
John Ball 1789-1809
A historical marker sponsored by the descendants of John Ball, approved by the Lee County Board of Supervisors.
Scott County / Tennessee
Marker on Hwy US-23 at the state border describes general Tennessee historical background - and for Scott County.
posted by: vhasler
date approved: 5/27/2014
last visited: 5/27/2014
Stuart's Ride Around Pope
This Virginia Historical Marker is on Old Bridge Road and Waterloo Road (Hwys 613 & 622) near the small community of Waterloo, Virginia.
posted by: Peter and Gloria
date approved: 5/24/2014
last visited: 2/26/2012
Lee County/Scott County
A Virginia Historical Marker placed by the Department of Historical Recources in 2003.
last visited: 2/22/2014
This Virginia Historical Marker is on Lee Highway (US 211) just east of Holtzclaw Road (Hwy 681), about 3.5 miles of Warrenton, Virginia.
date approved: 5/23/2014
Second Manassas Campaign Stuart's Catlett Station Raid
Loudoun County Emancipation Association Grounds
Marker placed by the Virginia Department of Historic Resources commemorating an early African American organization in the area.
posted by: BruceS
date approved: 5/16/2014
Major General Ben H. Fuller
A Virginia Historical Marker placed in 2001 by the Department of Historical Resources, giving history of a Marine Corps general who lived in this area.
date approved: 5/9/2014
Carl Martin Early Musical Pioneer
A Virginia Historical Marker placed by the Department of Historic Resources in 2002.
date approved: 5/5/2014
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