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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Orange County, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Orange 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 Orange County, VA (159) Albemarle County, VA (119) Culpeper County, VA (162) Greene County, VA (8) Louisa County, VA (43) Madison County, VA (50) Spotsylvania County, VA (394)  OrangeCounty(159) Orange County (159)  AlbemarleCounty(119) Albemarle County (119)  CulpeperCounty(162) Culpeper County (162)  GreeneCounty(8) Greene County (8)  LouisaCounty(43) Louisa County (43)  MadisonCounty(50) Madison County (50)  SpotsylvaniaCounty(394) Spotsylvania County (394)
Orange is the county seat for Orange County
Adjacent to Orange County, Virginia
      Albemarle County (119)  
      Culpeper County (162)  
      Greene County (8)  
      Louisa County (43)  
      Madison County (50)  
      Spotsylvania County (394)  
 
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1Virginia, Orange County, Barboursville — D-22 — Barboursville Reported permanently removed
2Virginia, Orange County, Barboursville — D-22 — Barboursville
3Virginia, Orange County, Barboursville — Barboursville RuinsHistoric Landmark
4Virginia, Orange County, Barboursville — JJ-28 — Governor James Barbour
5Virginia, Orange County, Gordonsville — F-23 — Church of the Blind Preacher
6Virginia, Orange County, Gordonsville — Gordon Inn
7Virginia, Orange County, Gordonsville — Gordonsville's Legendary Chicken Vendors"Fried Chicken Capital of the World"
8Virginia, Orange County, Gordonsville — In Memory of the Soldiers, Both Confederate and Union
9Virginia, Orange County, Gordonsville — JJ 36 — Madison-Barbour Rural Historic District
10Virginia, Orange County, Gordonsville — D-20 — Montebello
11Virginia, Orange County, Gordonsville — The Maplewood Memorial Association
12Virginia, Orange County, Gordonsville — Welcome to The Exchange Hotel and Civil War Medical Museum
13Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Battle of the Wilderness
14Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Battle of the WildernessMay 5th, 1864
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15Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Captain John Spotswood
16Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Dedicated To The Fallen
17Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Gordon's Flank AttackBattle of the Wilderness
18Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Orange Grove 1728 - 1864
19Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Orange Grove 1865 - 1967
20Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Spotswood Family CemeteryAt Orange Grove c. 1786-1924
21Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — The Apperson Family and Lake of the Woods
22Virginia, Orange County, Lake of the Woods — Wilderness Battlefield MemorialRemembering Those Who Remain Long After the Battle was Over
23Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — "A Wild, Wicked Roar"The Battle of the Wilderness
24Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — “A Wild, Wicked Roar”The Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
25Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — “Stonewall” Jackson’s ArmThe Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
26Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — “Stonewall” Jackson’s ArmThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
27Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — 140th New York State Vols.
28Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — A Busy PlaceThe Battle of the Wilderness
29Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — A Military SceneThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
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30Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — A Military SceneThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
31Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — A.P. Hill Escapes CaptureThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
32Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Alexander Spotswood's Enchanted Castle
33Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — An Uneasy PartnershipThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
34Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Archeology at EllwoodThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
35Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Arm of Stonewall Jackson
36Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Battle of the Wilderness
37Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Battle of the WildernessWilderness Exhibit Shelter — East Wall —
38Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — JJ-20 — Battle of the Wilderness Reported missing
39Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Clash on the Orange TurnpikeWilderness Exhibit Shelter — East Wall —
40Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Collision of GiantsWilderness Exhibit Shelter — North Wall —
41Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Z-176 — Culpeper County / Orange County
42Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — EllwoodThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
43Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Ellwood - Home and WorkplaceThe Battle of the Wilderness
44Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Face OffMine Run Campaign Reported unreadable
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45Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Fighting on the Evening of May 5, 1864
46Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — First Blood in Saunders FieldThe Battle of the Wilderness
47Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Fort GermannaA Fort for German Settlers on the Colonial Frontier
48Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Fort Germanna Visitor Center
49Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — From Wilderness Run To Flat Run
50Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — J-34 — Germanna
51Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Germanna FordGrant Takes Command — Lee Vs. Grant - The 1864 Campaign — Reported permanently removed
52Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Germanna FordInto the Wilderness — Lee Vs. Grant - The 1864 Campaign — Reported permanently removed
53Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Germanna FordInto the Wilderness — Lee vs. Grant - The 1864 Campaign —
54Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — J-35 — Germanna Ford
55Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — J–35 — Germanna Ford Reported permanently removed
56Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Giuseppe Oddenino
57Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Gordon Flank Attack TrailThe Battle of the Wilderness
58Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Gordon's Attack Falters
59Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Gordon's Flank Attack
60Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Grant Comes to VirginiaThe Battle of Fredericksburg
61Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Grant Takes CommandUnion Strategy in 1864 — Lee vs. Grant - The 1864 Campaign —
62Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Grant’s HeadquartersThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
63Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Hans Conrad Ambergerof Bonningheim, Germany 1683 - 1742
64Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Hans Jacob Holtzclaw of Trupbach, Germany1683 - 1760
65Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Johannes Kemper and Ailsey Katherine Utterback
66Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — John Gordon Proposes a Flank Attack
67Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Key TerrainThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
68Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Mine Run Campaign Reported unreadable
69Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — JJ-10 — Mine Run Campaign Reported missing
70Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — JJ-10 — Mine Run Campaign
71Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Morning of May 6
72Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Z-167 — Orange County / Spotsylvania County
73Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — JJ-15 — Robinson's Tavern
74Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Saunders FieldBattle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
75Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Site of the First German Reformed Church1714
76Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Spotswood
77Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — Struggle on the Orange Plank RoadWilderness Exhibit Shelter — East Wall —
78Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The "Enchanted Castle" at Germanna, circa 1720-1750
79Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of Payne’s FarmThe Worm Fence
80Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of Payne’s FarmThe Stonewall Brigade
81Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of Payne’s FarmThe Confederate Wheel
82Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of Payne’s FarmA Fruitless Campaign
83Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of Payne’s FarmUnexpected Encounter
84Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of Payne’s FarmStalemate at the Crossroads
85Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of Payne’s FarmBaptism of Fire
86Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of Payne’s FarmThe Walking Trail
87Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Battle of the Wilderness
88Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — OC-22 — The Campaign of 1781Lafayette's Maneuvers
89Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Capture of Winslow's BatteryThe Battle of the Wilderness
90Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Confederate Defense
91Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Confederate LineThe Battle of the Wilderness
92Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Culpeper Mine Road
93Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Federals Fall Back
94Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Fighting Ends in StalemateWilderness Exhibit Shelter — South Wall —
95Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Higgerson FarmThe Battle of the Wilderness — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
96Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Marker Honors The Memory Of The Second Germanna Colony, 1717
97Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Mine Run CampaignMeade vs. Lee
98Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Mine Run CampaignThe Battle of Payne’s Farm
99Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The WildernessDark, Close Wood — The Battlefield Becomes a Park —
100Virginia, Orange County, Locust Grove — The Yard: A Busy PlaceThe Battle of the Wilderness

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Jan. 28, 2023