“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 Claremont, Virginia

Clickable Map of Surry 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> Surry County, VA (33) Charles City County, VA (74) Isle of Wight County, VA (51) James City County, VA (206) Newport News Ind. City, VA (263) Prince George County, VA (52) Southampton County, VA (24) Sussex County, VA (23)  SurryCounty(33) Surry County (33)  CharlesCityCounty(74) Charles City County (74)  IsleofWightCounty(51) Isle of Wight County (51)  JamesCityCounty(206) James City County (206)  NewportNews(263) Newport News (263)  PrinceGeorgeCounty(52) Prince George County (52)  SouthamptonCounty(24) Southampton County (24)  SussexCounty(23) Sussex County (23)
Claremont is in Surry County
      Surry County (33)  
      Charles City County (74)  
      Isle of Wight County (51)  
      James City County (206)  
      Newport News (263)  
      Prince George County (52)  
      Southampton County (24)  
      Sussex County (23)  
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1Virginia (Surry County), Claremont — K-225 — Claremont
The Quiyoughcohannock Indian village nearby was first visited by English settlers in May, 1607. The first land patent at Claremont was 200 acres granted to George Harrison in 1621. Arthur Allen, who built the house now known as Bacon's Castle, first . . . Map (db m35940) HM
2Virginia (Surry County), Claremont — Claremont School
Surry County African-American Heritage Society Claremont School In November of 1913 a deed was sold to the School Board District Number Four for property on the eastside of Spring Grove Road, Claremont, Virginia. A school was built on . . . Map (db m35943) HM
3Virginia (Surry County), Claremont — Quioughcohanach Indians
May 5, 1607 The English settlers visited here the principal village of the Quioughcohanach Indians This marker is erected by The Colonel William Allen Chapter N.S.D.A.R. 1930Map (db m35941) HM
Dec. 6, 2021