“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 Adams Grove, Virginia

Clickable Map of Southampton 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> Southampton County, VA (29) Franklin Ind. City, VA (17) Greensville County, VA (7) Isle of Wight County, VA (73) Suffolk Ind. City, VA (61) Surry County, VA (36) Sussex County, VA (25) Gates County, NC (7) Hertford County, NC (20) Northampton County, NC (26)  SouthamptonCounty(29) Southampton County (29)  (17) Franklin (17)  GreensvilleCounty(7) Greensville County (7)  IsleofWightCounty(73) Isle of Wight County (73)  Suffolk(61) Suffolk (61)  SurryCounty(36) Surry County (36)  SussexCounty(25) Sussex County (25)  GatesCountyNorth Carolina(7) Gates County (7)  HertfordCounty(20) Hertford County (20)  NorthamptonCounty(26) Northampton County (26)
Courtland is the county seat for Southampton County
Adams Grove is in Southampton County
      Southampton County (29)  
      Franklin (17)  
      Greensville County (7)  
      Isle of Wight County (73)  
      Suffolk (61)  
      Surry County (36)  
      Sussex County (25)  
      Gates County, North Carolina (7)  
      Hertford County, North Carolina (20)  
      Northampton County, North Carolina (26)  
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1 Virginia, Southampton County, Adams Grove — U-105 — John Y. Mason's Home
Four miles west stood the home of John Y. Mason, statesman. Mason was a member of the House of Representatives; United States district judge; twice Secretary of the Navy; United States Attorney General, and Minister to France. He took . . . Map (db m48525) HM
2 Virginia, Southampton County, Adams Grove — U-102 — Tarleton's Movements
Near this point Tarleton, the British cavalryman, entered the road from the south and moved westward to clear the fords for Cornwallis's army, May 14, 1781. Cornwallis was moving north on Petersburg.Map (db m48523) HM
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Apr. 21, 2024