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Historical Markers in Boswells Tavern, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Louisa 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 Louisa County, VA (43) Albemarle County, VA (119) Fluvanna County, VA (29) Goochland County, VA (35) Hanover County, VA (275) Orange County, VA (159) Spotsylvania County, VA (394)  LouisaCounty(43) Louisa County (43)  AlbemarleCounty(119) Albemarle County (119)  FluvannaCounty(29) Fluvanna County (29)  GoochlandCounty(35) Goochland County (35)  HanoverCounty(275) Hanover County (275)  OrangeCounty(159) Orange County (159)  SpotsylvaniaCounty(394) Spotsylvania County (394)
Louisa is the county seat for Louisa County
Boswells Tavern is in Louisa County
      Louisa County (43)  
ADJACENT TO LOUISA COUNTY
      Albemarle County (119)  
      Fluvanna County (29)  
      Goochland County (35)  
      Hanover County (275)  
      Orange County (159)  
      Spotsylvania County (394)  
 
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1Virginia (Louisa County), Boswells Tavern — W-207 — Boswell’s Tavern
At this old tavern Lafayette camped, on June 12, 1781, while moving southward to intervene between Cornwallis and military stores in Albemarle County.Map (db m37231) HM
2Virginia (Louisa County), Boswells Tavern — W-215 — Civilian Conservation Corps Company 2347
Here at Burnley's Farm was the site of Camp Monticello, CCC Company 2347, Boswell's Tavern, Virginia. The camp, originally located near Rocky Mount, Virginia, was moved here in the fall of 1939 and remained until it was dismantled 18 September 1942, . . . Map (db m5567) HM
3Virginia (Louisa County), Boswells Tavern — W-206 — The Marquis Road
Lafayette reopened this road in June, 1781, when moving south to intervene between Cornwallis and military stores in Albemarle County. The road has been ever since known as "The Marquis Road."Map (db m5386) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022