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Historical Markers in Chase City, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Charlotte 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 Charlotte County, VA (49) Appomattox County, VA (75) Campbell County, VA (22) Halifax County, VA (40) Lunenburg County, VA (23) Mecklenburg County, VA (39) Prince Edward County, VA (98)  CharlotteCounty(49) Charlotte County (49)  AppomattoxCounty(75) Appomattox County (75)  CampbellCounty(22) Campbell County (22)  HalifaxCounty(40) Halifax County (40)  LunenburgCounty(23) Lunenburg County (23)  MecklenburgCounty(39) Mecklenburg County (39)  PrinceEdwardCounty(98) Prince Edward County (98)
Charlotte Court House is the county seat for Charlotte County
Chase City is in Charlotte County
      Charlotte County (49)  
ADJACENT TO CHARLOTTE COUNTY
      Appomattox County (75)  
      Campbell County (22)  
      Halifax County (40)  
      Lunenburg County (23)  
      Mecklenburg County (39)  
      Prince Edward County (98)  
 
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1Virginia (Charlotte County), Chase City — Z-43 — Charlotte County / Mecklenburg County
Charlotte County. Area 496 square miles. Formed in 1764 from Lunenburg, and named for Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III. Patrick Henry and John Randolph of Roanoke lived in this county, and Henry is buried here. . . . Map (db m31001) HM
2Virginia (Lunenburg County), Chase City — Z-41 — Lunenburg County / Mecklenburg County
Lunenburg County. Area 430 Square Miles. Formed in 1746 from Brunswick. Named for King George II, who was also duke of Brunswick-Lunenburg. Tarleton passed though the county in 1781. Mecklenburg County. Area 669 . . . Map (db m31875) HM
3Virginia (Mecklenburg County), Chase City — ChristiansvilleConfederate Grain — Wilson-Kautz Raid —
In June 1864, to deny Gen. Robert E. Lee the use of the South Side Rail Road and the Richmond and Danville Rail Road, Gen. U1ysses S. Grant sent Gen. James H. Wilson and Gen. August V. Kautz south of Petersburg on a cavalry raid to destroy track and . . . Map (db m20166) HM
4Virginia (Mecklenburg County), Chase City — Mount Horeb ChurchConfederate “enraged birds” — Wilson-Kautz Raid —
In June 1864, to deny Gen. Robert E. Lee the use of the South Side R.R. and the Richmond and Danville R.R., Gen. Ulysses S. Grant sent Gen. James H. Wilson and Gen. August V. Kautz south of Petersburg on a cavalry raid to destroy track and rolling . . . Map (db m20170) HM
5Virginia (Mecklenburg County), Chase City — F-89 — Sgt. Earle D. Gregory
Born in Powhatan County on 18 Oct. 1897, Earle D. Gregory enlisted in 1914 at Chase City in the Virginia Volunteers (Virginia National Guard). He served in the 116th Inf. Regt., 29th Inf. Div., in WWI. On the first day of combat near Verdun, France, . . . Map (db m20204) HM
6Virginia (Mecklenburg County), Chase City — 36 — Thyne InstituteChase City, Virginia — Mecklenburg County —
Thyne Institute was established by Rev. J.Y. Ashenhurst, United Presbyterian Church, and a group of local citizens to provide an opportunity for African Americans (known as “freedmen” in the late 1800s) to obtain an education. In 1876 73 . . . Map (db m31003) HM
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7Virginia (Mecklenburg County), Chase City — MK1 — Thyne InstituteChase City, Virginia — Mecklenburg County —
Thyme Institute was established by the Rev. J.Y. Ashenhurst, the United Presbyterian Church, and a group of local citizens to provide an opportunity for African Americans (known as "freed men" in the late 1800s) to obtain an education. In . . . Map (db m180594) HM
8Virginia (Mecklenburg County), Chase City — U-81 — Thyne Institute
In 1876 the United Presbyterian Church and the Rev. J. J. Ashenhurst, first principal, formed Thyne Institute, the only facility in Mecklenburg County offering courses for blacks until 1923. Two years after opening in a small building that had been . . . Map (db m31870) HM
 
 
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Sep. 29, 2022