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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Spotsylvania County, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Spotsylvania 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 Spotsylvania County, VA (389) Caroline County, VA (60) Culpeper County, VA (145) Fredericksburg Ind. City, VA (393) Hanover County, VA (275) Louisa County, VA (41) Orange County, VA (158) Stafford County, VA (198)  SpotsylvaniaCounty(389) Spotsylvania County (389)  CarolineCounty(60) Caroline County (60)  CulpeperCounty(145) Culpeper County (145)  (393) Fredericksburg (393)  HanoverCounty(275) Hanover County (275)  LouisaCounty(41) Louisa County (41)  OrangeCounty(158) Orange County (158)  StaffordCounty(198) Stafford County (198)
Adjacent to Spotsylvania County, Virginia
    Caroline County (60)
    Culpeper County (145)
    Fredericksburg (393)
    Hanover County (275)
    Louisa County (41)
    Orange County (158)
    Stafford County (198)
 
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GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Arcadia — E-31 — Jerrell’s Mill
2Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Arcadia — E-30 — Turn in Sheridan’s Raid
3Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — A Southern Memorial
4Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — Battle of Fredericksburg — The Slaughter Pen
5Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — Battle of Fredericksburg — Winter War on the Rappahannock
6Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — Bernard's Cabin Trail — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
7Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — E-46 — Colonial Fort
8Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — Death of Maxcy Gregg — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
9Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — Engines of Destruction — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
10Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — Hamilton's Crossing — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
11Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — Jackson Holds Prospect Hill — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
12Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — E-38 — Lee’s Winter Headquarters
13Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Artillery Ridge — Union Breakthrough — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
14Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Bernard's Cabins — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
15Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — E-42 — Cox House
16Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Dead Horse Hill — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
17Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — E-41 — Longstreet’s Winter Headquarters
18Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Riverside Plantation: Mannsfield — The Battle of Fredericksburg — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
19Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Slaughter Pen Farm — The Walking Trail
20Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Slaughter Pen Farm — Into the Field
21Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Slaughter Pen Farm — Meade's Attack
22Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Slaughter Pen Farm — Killing Range
23Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Slaughter Pen Farm — Retreat and Counterattack
24Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Slaughter Pen Farm — Hand-to-Hand Combat at the Railroad
25Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Slaughter Pen Farm — Gibbon's Advance
26Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — Slaughter Pen Farm — Second Assault
27Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — E-39 — Start of Sheridan's Raid
28Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Bellvue — E-8 — Stuart
29Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Carters Store — E-113 — James Farmer, Civil Rights Leader
30Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — 11th United States Infantry — Major Delancey Floyd-Jones — 17 officers 360 enlisted —
31Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — 11th United States Infantry — Major Delancey Floyd-Jones — 17 officers 360 enlisted —
32Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — EM-3 — 23rd USCT At the Alrich Farm
33Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — Chancellorsville Campaign — Lee’s Greatest Victory
34Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — Chancellorsville Campaign — Hooker vs. Lee
35Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — Pivot Point of a Campaign
36Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — The Union Attack
37Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — The Confederate Flank Attack
38Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — Retreat Over Mott's Run
39Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — McGee Family: Divided Loyalties
40Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — A Dangerous Field Hospital
41Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — Absalom McGee House
42Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — The End of the First Day
43Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — Difficult Country
44Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — Not Just Armies
45Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — The Enemy Within
46Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — First Day at Chancellorsville — Safer Ground
47Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellor — The First Day at Chancellorsville — Lee Seizes the Initiative
48Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — 154th New York State Volunteer Infantry
49Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — A Bold Plan — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
50Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — A Fatal Reconnaissance — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
51Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — A Midnight Conference
52Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — A Missed Opportunity — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
53Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — A Region of Gloom — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
54Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — A Very Hot Place — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
55Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — About a mile in the distance...
56Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Apex of Hooker’s Last Line
57Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Artillery Duel — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
58Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — J-40 — Battle of Chancellorsville
59Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Battle of Chancellorsville
60Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Birthplace of Matthew Fontaine Maury (1806-1873) — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
61Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Bivouac — Lee and Jackson
62Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Bloody Morning — The Battle of Chancellorsville
63Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Brig. Gen. E. F. Paxton, C.S.A.
64Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Catharine Furnace — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
65Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellor Cemetery — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
66Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville — May 3, 1863
67Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
68Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville
69Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
70Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
71Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
72Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
73Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
74Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
75Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
76Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
77Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
78Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
79Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
80Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
81Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
82Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
83Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
84Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign
85Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Campaign — Situation about 9 p.m., May 2, 1863
86Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Clearing
87Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Home of Mrs. Sanford Chancellor
88Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Chancellorsville Home of Mrs. Sanford Chancellor
89Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Civil War Earthworks
90Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Civilians in the Crossfire — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
91Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Climactic Struggle
92Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Collis Zouaves
93Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Colquitt Turns Tyler’s Flank — 11:00 A.M.
94Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Colquitt’s Attack — 10:00 A.M.
95Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Confederate Breakthrough
96Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Confederate Catastrophe — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
97Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Elisha Franklin Paxton — The Battle of Chancellorsville
98Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — J-38 — Ely’s Ford
99Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Fairview — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —
100Virginia (Spotsylvania County), Chancellorsville — Fairview — The Battle of Chancellorsville — Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park —

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May. 9, 2021