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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Dinwiddie County, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Dinwiddie County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Dinwiddie County, VA (157) Amelia County, VA (44) Brunswick County, VA (51) Chesterfield County, VA (225) Greensville County, VA (5) Nottoway County, VA (50) Petersburg Ind. City, VA (153) Prince George County, VA (52) Sussex County, VA (25)  DinwiddieCounty(157) Dinwiddie County (157)  AmeliaCounty(44) Amelia County (44)  BrunswickCounty(51) Brunswick County (51)  ChesterfieldCounty(225) Chesterfield County (225)  GreensvilleCounty(5) Greensville County (5)  NottowayCounty(50) Nottoway County (50)  (153) Petersburg (153)  PrinceGeorgeCounty(52) Prince George County (52)  SussexCounty(25) Sussex County (25)
Dinwiddie is the county seat for Dinwiddie County
Adjacent to Dinwiddie County, Virginia
      Amelia County (44)  
      Brunswick County (51)  
      Chesterfield County (225)  
      Greensville County (5)  
      Nottoway County (50)  
      Petersburg (153)  
      Prince George County (52)  
      Sussex County (25)  
 
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1Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Blackstone — Z-39 — Nottoway County / Dinwiddie County
2Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Burgess — S-63 — Battle of Hatcher’s Run5-7 February 1865
3Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Burgess — Brigadier General John Pegram
4Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Burgess — The Battle of Hatcher’s RunFighting Around Dabney’s Sawmill, February 6-7, 1865
5Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Burgess — The Battle of Hatcher’s RunTo Cut the Remaining Supply Lines, February 5-7, 1865
6Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Church Road — "Among my gallant officers…":Colonel Thomas Munford — Petersburg National Battlefield —
7Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Church Road — "Hold Five Forks at all hazards…"General R.E. Lee — Petersburg National Battlefield —
8Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Church Road — Battle of Five Forks
9Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Church Road — K-307 — Battle of Five Forks
10Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Church Road — Crawford's SweepPetersburg National Battlefield — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
11Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Church Road — Digging In Reported permanently removed
12Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Church Road — Five Forks Battlefield
13Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dewitt — S-85 — Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley (1818-1907)
14Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — "Advanced…repulsed…charged again…"Petersburg National Battlefield
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15Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — "I was exceeding anxious to attack at once…"Petersburg National Battlefield — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
16Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — A Final Stand
17Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — Attack on the Angle
18Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — Battle of Dinwiddie Court House
19Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-62 — Campaign of 1781 Reported permanently removed
20Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-62 — Campaign of 1781
21Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-56 — Chamberlain's Bed Reported missing
22Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — Death of PegramPetersburg National Battlefield — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
23Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — Dinwiddie Confederate Monument
24Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — Dinwiddie Court HouseTurning North — Wilson-Kautz Raid —
25Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-54 — Dinwiddie Courthouse
26Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-95 — Dinwiddie Normal Industrial School(Southside High School)
27Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — 17 — Early Education in Dinwiddie CountyDinwiddie, Virginia — Dinwiddie County — Reported permanently removed
28Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — DN3 — Early Education in Dinwiddie CountyDinwiddie, Virginia — Dinwiddie County —
29Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-42 — Gravelly Run Quaker Meeting House
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30Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-80 — Quaker Road Engagement29 March 1865
31Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-46 — Raceland
32Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-45 — Scott's Law Office
33Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — Siege of Petersburg — The Linchpin is PulledMarch 29 - April 1, 1865 Five Forks Campaign — Petersburg National Battlefield —
34Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — DN4 — Southside High SchoolDinwiddie, Virginia — Dinwiddie County —
35Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — The Battle of Five ForksPetersburg National Battlefield
36Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — The Siege of PetersburgPetersburg National Battlefield Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
37Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — The Union Cavalry Attacks Reported permanently removed
38Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — K-337 — The War of 1812 / Winfield Scott
39Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Dinwiddie — S-55 — Vaughan Road
40Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Ford — Ford's DepotThe Destruction Begins — Wilson-Kautz Raid —
41Virginia, Dinwiddie County, McKenney — K-321 — Birthplace of Roger Atkinson Pryor
42Virginia, Dinwiddie County, McKenney — K-303 — Butterwood Chapel
43Virginia, Dinwiddie County, McKenney — S-69 — Darvills School
44Virginia, Dinwiddie County, McKenney — S-86 — Origins of 4-H in Virginia
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45Virginia, Dinwiddie County, McKenney — K-304 — Sallie Jones Atkinson1860-1943 Reported missing
46Virginia, Dinwiddie County, McKenney — S-40 — Sapony Episcopal Church
47Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — “A Determination That Knew No Such Word as Fail”The Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
48Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — “A Great Struggle is Now Impending”The Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
49Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — “Our Line of Battle was so Thin”The Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
50Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — “The Cannons’ Flashes Lit Up the Terrible Scene”The Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
51Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — “The Strongest Line of Works Ever Constructed”The Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
52Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — “We Fought Desperately”The Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
53Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — 1st Lieutenant Evander McNair RobesonThe Breakthrough — Pamplin Historical Park —
54Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — 1st Lieutenant Octavius Augustus WigginsThe Breakthrough — Pamplin Historical Park —
55Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — A Mysterious Historic FeatureThe Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
56Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — A.P. Hill Death Site
57Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — A.P. Hill Memorial
58Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — After the Breakthrough: April 2, 1865The Banks House — Pamplin Historical Park —
59Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Battlefield TerrainThe Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
60Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Brother vs. BrotherThe Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
61Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — S-51 — Burgess Mill
62Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — S-48 — Cattle (Beefsteak) Raid
63Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — I-6 — Central State Hospital Reported permanently removed
64Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — I-6 — Central State Hospital
65Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — S-98 — Central State Hospital Cemetery
66Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Confederate Fort Gregg
67Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — S-82 — Confederate Fort Whitworth
68Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Confederate Winter HutsThe Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
69Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Confederate Winter QuartersThe Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
70Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — S-47 — Edge Hill
71Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Field FortificationsThe Military Encampment — Pamplin Historical Park —
72Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — First Man Over the WorksThe Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
73Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Fort Conahey
74Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Fort Gregg
75Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — S-50 — Hatcher's Run
76Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Hatcher's Run BattlefieldsBoydton Plank Road & South Side Railroad
77Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Hatcher's Run BattlefieldsThe Federal Attack, October 27, 1864
78Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Hatcher's Run BattlefieldsUsing the Terrain
79Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Hatcher's Run BattlefieldsConfederate Fortifications
80Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — History of the Banks HouseThe Banks House — Pamplin Historical Park —
81Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Kitchen and Servants HallTudor Hall Plantation
82Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Kitchen GardenTudor Hall Plantation
83Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Lane’s North Carolina Brigade
84Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Lieutenant Colonel George B. DamonThe Breakthrough — Pamplin Historical Park —
85Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Lieutenant Colonel Ronald A. KennedyThe Breakthrough — Pamplin Historical Park —
86Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — McGowan’s South Carolina BrigadeThe Breakthrough Trail — Pamplin Historical Park —
87Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — ObstructionsThe Military Encampment — Pamplin Historical Park —
88Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Pamplin Historical ParkThe Bivouac Monument
89Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War SoldierLee's Retreat — April 2, 1865 —
90Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsLife between the Picket Lines
91Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsContested Ground
92Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsThe Union Line
93Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsThe Campaign for Petersburg
94Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsThe Campaign for Petersburg
95Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsThe Confederate Picket Line
96Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsBattle of Jones Farm, March 25, 1865
97Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsThe Sixth Corps Poised for Attack, April 2, 1865
98Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg BattlefieldsThe Final Petersburg Offensive
99Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — Petersburg Breakthrough Battlefield
100Virginia, Dinwiddie County, Petersburg — 15 — Petersburg State Colony for the Negro InsanePetersburg, Virginia — Dinwiddie County — Reported permanently removed

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Mar. 21, 2023