Historical Markers and War Memorials in Callands, Virginia
Chatham is the county seat for Pittsylvania County
Callands is in Pittsylvania County
Pittsylvania County(24) ► ADJACENT TO PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY Bedford County(43) ► Campbell County(22) ► Danville(59) ► Franklin County(25) ► Halifax County(40) ► Henry County(10) ► Caswell County, North Carolina(41) ► Rockingham County, North Carolina(39) ►
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Pittsylvania was cut off from Halifax in 1767 and the courthouse was built here. In 1769 a town named Chatham was established here on lands of James Roberts. A few years later Samuel Calland opened a store and the town took his name. In 1777 Henry . . . — — Map (db m64657) HM
World War II
This memorial is dedicated to
those who have given the
supreme sacrifice to
to honor all those from the
who served their country.
"If ye break faith, . . . — — Map (db m66093) WM
Site of first County Seat of Pittsylvania County. The building that served as the debtor's prison,1767-1771, and later as the clerk's office, 1771-1777, remains. Nearby stands the debtor's gaol, built in 1773. It later served as Samuel Calland's . . . — — Map (db m66055) HM