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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Frederick County, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Frederick 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 Frederick County, VA (209) Clarke County, VA (74) Shenandoah County, VA (215) Warren County, VA (45) Winchester Ind. City, VA (126) Berkeley County, WV (106) Hampshire County, WV (76) Hardy County, WV (43) Jefferson County, WV (348) Morgan County, WV (109)  FrederickCounty(209) Frederick County (209)  ClarkeCounty(74) Clarke County (74)  ShenandoahCounty(215) Shenandoah County (215)  WarrenCounty(45) Warren County (45)  (126) Winchester (126)  BerkeleyCountyWest Virginia(106) Berkeley County (106)  HampshireCounty(76) Hampshire County (76)  HardyCounty(43) Hardy County (43)  JeffersonCounty(348) Jefferson County (348)  MorganCounty(109) Morgan County (109)
Winchester is the county seat for Frederick County
Adjacent to Frederick County, Virginia
      Clarke County (74)  
      Shenandoah County (215)  
      Warren County (45)  
      Winchester (126)  
      Berkeley County, West Virginia (106)  
      Hampshire County, West Virginia (76)  
      Hardy County, West Virginia (43)  
      Jefferson County, West Virginia (348)  
      Morgan County, West Virginia (109)  
 
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1Virginia, Frederick County, Albin — Second Battle of Winchester — Louisiana Tigers Capture West Fort — Gettysburg Campaign —
2Virginia, Frederick County, Burnt Factory — Q 4-b — Jost Hite and Winchester
3Virginia, Frederick County, Clear Brook — Hopewell Friends Meeting House
4Virginia, Frederick County, Clear Brook — Z-291 — West Virginia / Frederick County
5Virginia, Frederick County, Gainesboro — Gainesboro — Harold H. Bageant Memorial Park
6Virginia, Frederick County, Gainesboro — The Stonewall Brigade at Pughtown — January 1862
7Virginia, Frederick County, Gore — Z-217 — Frederick County Va. / West Virginia
8Virginia, Frederick County, Gore — Jeremiah Smith Family Cemetery
9Virginia, Frederick County, Gore — B-18 — Willa Cather Birthplace
10Virginia, Frederick County, Gore — B-17 — Willow Shade
11Virginia, Frederick County, Green Spring — A-67 — Old Stone Church at Greenspring
12Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — 128th New York Volunteer Regiment
13Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — 128th Regt N.Y.S.V.I.
14Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — 1st Maine Battery
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15Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — A Rich Prize — 7:00 a.m. — Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park —
16Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Battle of Cedar Creek — October 19, 1864
17Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Battle of Cedar Creek
18Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Battle of Cedar Creek
19Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Battle of Cedar Creek — Union Left Flank — 1864 Valley Campaign —
20Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — A-15 — Battle of Cedar Creek
21Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — A-56 — Battle of Cedar Creek
22Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Battle of Cedar Creek 1864
23Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Battlefield Center
24Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Bearing the Brunt — Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
25Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Cedar Creek — The 8th Vermont Vol's
26Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Cedar Creek Battlefield and Belle Grove
27Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Colonel Charles Russell Lowell
28Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — A-14 — End Of Sheridan’s Ride
29Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — A-16 — Engagement Of Middletown
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30Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Eve of Battle — Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
31Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Heater Fields
32Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Heater House
33Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — In Honor of Joist Hite (1685-1761)
34Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — A-105 — Middletown
35Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Middletown Virginia
36Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Molineux's 2nd Brigade
37Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Monte Vista
38Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — N.C. Troops at Cedar Creek
39Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Old Hall at Belle Grove — Reported permanently removed
40Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Old Hall at Belle Grove
41Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — A-37 — Old Stone Fort
42Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Plantation Office & Store
43Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Plantation Slavery — Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
44Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Ramseur Monument
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45Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Shenandoah At War — One story… a thousand voices
46Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Slowing the Advance — The Morning Attack Trails — Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park —
47Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — The Battle of Cedar Creek
48Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — The Battle of Cedar Creek — By Julian Scott
49Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — The Cauldron
50Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — The Enslaved Burial Ground
51Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — The Shenandoah Valley / Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864 — Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park — National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior —
52Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — A-17 — Tomb Of An Unknown Soldier
53Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Union Camps
54Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Union Counterattack 4:00 p.m. — Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park —
55Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Union Trenches
56Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Union Withdrawal
57Virginia, Frederick County, Middletown — Vermont at Cedar Creek
58Virginia, Frederick County, Star Tannery — Z-283 — Frederick County / Shenandoah County
59Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — Andrew Pitman House
60Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — A-12 — House of First Settler
61Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — Hunter's Raid Begins — Hunter's Order to Burn Newtown — Hunter's Raid —
62Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — In Memory of All American Veterans
63Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — Newtown — Burnings and Hangings — 1864 Valley Campaign —
64Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — Newtown Stephensburg Historic District
65Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — A-12 — Stephens City
66Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — A-127 — Stephens Family
67Virginia, Frederick County, Stephens City — The Old Graveyard — Lots #76 & 77
68Virginia, Frederick County, Stephenson — 1st Maryland Battery (CSA) Memorial
69Virginia, Frederick County, Stephenson — A-1 — Action at Stephenson’s Depot
70Virginia, Frederick County, Stephenson — Jordan Springs — Healing Springs
71Virginia, Frederick County, Stephenson — Roots Of Methodism In Frederick County Milburn Chapel
72Virginia, Frederick County, Stephenson — Roots Of Methodism In Frederick County Milburn Chapel
73Virginia, Frederick County, Stephenson — Stephenson Depot — "The Thermopylae of my campaign.”
74Virginia, Frederick County, Stephenson — Third Battle of Winchester — "One Moving Mass of Glittering Sabers" — 1864 Valley Campaigns — Reported missing
75Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — "Like A Thousand Bricks" — The Union Cavalry Charge — The Third Battle of Winchester (September 19, 1864) —
76Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — “Shrapnel Rained On Us” — The Union Attack Across Redbud Run — The Third Battle of Winchester (September 19, 1864) —
77Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — 1790 Stone Church
78Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — 2nd Battle of Winchester — June 13–15, 1863
79Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — 2nd Battle of Winchester / 3rd Battle of Winchester
80Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — 3rd Battle of Winchester — September 19, 1864
81Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — A Life In Bondage — Slavery on the Huntsberry Farm — The Third Battle of Winchester (September 19, 1864) —
82Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — A Murderous Fire — Confederate Horse Artillery on Huntsberry Farm — The Third Battle of Winchester (September 19, 1864) —
83Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — A Perfect Sheet Of Lead — "The Charge of the 114th New York" — The Third Battle of Winchester (September 19, 1864) —
84Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — A-2 — Action of Rutherford’s Farm
85Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Alabama — Battle's Brigade — Third Battle of Winchester —
86Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Ash Hollow — "The regiment went to pieces" — The Third Battle of Winchester (September 19, 1864) —
87Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Battle of Kernstown — March 23, 1862
88Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Battle of Kernstown
89Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — A-9 — Battle of Kernstown
90Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Battle of Rutherford's Farm — Union Victory — Reported damaged
91Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Bloody Repulse — "Close enough to feel the flame of the powder" — The Third Battle of Winchester (September 19, 1864) —
92Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Captain Robert Young Conrad
93Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — A-3 — Capture of Star Fort
94Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Civil War Earthworks — "Where they are compelled by nature ... to resort to it"
95Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Z-122 — Clark County / Frederick County
96Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — B-16 — Colonel John Singleton Mosby
97Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Constructing Star Fort — "It was hard work"
98Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Counterattack! — “Rodes Stops the Federal Breakthrough” — The Third Battle of Winchester (September 19, 1864) —
99Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — J-16 — Defenses of Winchester
100Virginia, Frederick County, Winchester — Q-4 6 — Dr. Madison S. Briscoe — (1904-1995)

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Mar. 28, 2023