“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Barboursville, 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;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Orange County, VA (158) Albemarle County, VA (117) Culpeper County, VA (145) Greene County, VA (8) Louisa County, VA (41) Madison County, VA (49) Spotsylvania County, VA (387)  OrangeCounty(158) Orange County (158)  AlbemarleCounty(117) Albemarle County (117)  CulpeperCounty(145) Culpeper County (145)  GreeneCounty(8) Greene County (8)  LouisaCounty(41) Louisa County (41)  MadisonCounty(49) Madison County (49)  SpotsylvaniaCounty(387) Spotsylvania County (387)
Location of Barboursville, Virginia
    Orange County (158)
    Albemarle County (117)
    Culpeper County (145)
    Greene County (8)
    Louisa County (41)
    Madison County (49)
    Spotsylvania County (387)
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1Virginia (Orange County), Barboursville — D-22 — Barboursville
A short distance south are the ruins of Barboursville, built, 1814-1822, by James Barbour partly after plans made by Jefferson. It was burned, December 25, 1884. James Barbour, buried here, was governor of Virginia, 1812-1815, United States Senator, . . . Map (db m30179) HM
2Virginia (Orange County), Barboursville — D-22 — Barboursville
The ruins of Barboursville, the home of James Barbour (1775-1842) are just to the south. The house was designed by Thomas Jefferson and completed ca. 1822. Barbour, who owned about 5,000 acres here, was governor of Virginia (1812-1814), U.S. senator . . . Map (db m170664) HM
3Virginia (Orange County), Barboursville — Barboursville RuinsHistoric Landmark
Designed by Thomas Jefferson for Governor James Barbour. Built 1814, Destroyed by Fire Christmas Day, 1884.Map (db m30178) HM
4Virginia (Orange County), Barboursville — JJ-28 — Governor James Barbour
Here at Barboursville lie the ruins of the family home of James Barbour, Virginia's governor during the War of 1812. As commander of Virginia's militia forces, Barbour planned, organized, and directed the defense of Virginia from January until . . . Map (db m89899) HM
Jun. 18, 2021