“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Atlee, Virginia

Clickable Map of Hanover County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Hanover County, VA (278) Caroline County, VA (64) Goochland County, VA (35) Henrico County, VA (331) King William County, VA (39) Louisa County, VA (43) New Kent County, VA (56) Spotsylvania County, VA (394)  HanoverCounty(278) Hanover County (278)  CarolineCounty(64) Caroline County (64)  GoochlandCounty(35) Goochland County (35)  HenricoCounty(331) Henrico County (331)  KingWilliamCounty(39) King William County (39)  LouisaCounty(43) Louisa County (43)  NewKentCounty(56) New Kent County (56)  SpotsylvaniaCounty(394) Spotsylvania County (394)
Hanover is the county seat for Hanover County
Atlee is in Hanover County
      Hanover County (278)  
      Caroline County (64)  
      Goochland County (35)  
      Henrico County (331)  
      King William County (39)  
      Louisa County (43)  
      New Kent County (56)  
      Spotsylvania County (394)  
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1Virginia, Hanover County, Atlee — ND-11 — Lee’s Headquarters
Just to the east stood the Clarke house (Lockwood), wherein Gen. Robert E. Lee made his field headquarters, 28-31 May 1864. While here, and though ill, Lee deployed troops to key positions in Hanover County, including Haw's Shop, Totopotomoy Creek, . . . Map (db m15753) HM
2Virginia, Hanover County, Atlee — 50 — Totopotomoy LineConfederate Works
Fortifications on this hill mark the strong confederate works along Totopotomoy Creek, prepared as a defensive position in General Lee’s withdrawal from the Rapidan to the James. Engagements here May 29-30, 1864, were preliminary to the Second . . . Map (db m14259) HM
3Virginia, Hanover County, Atlee — 51 — Totopotomoy LineFederal Works
Crossing the road at this point were Federal entrenchments heavily shelled by the Confederates in the operation of May 29-30, 1864, immediately preceding the Second Battle of Cold Harbor. The nearby Shelton House was mentioned frequently in . . . Map (db m14261) HM
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Feb. 7, 2023