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Historical Markers in Collierstown, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Rockbridge 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 Rockbridge County, VA (46) Alleghany County, VA (22) Amherst County, VA (40) Augusta County, VA (68) Bath County, VA (36) Bedford County, VA (43) Botetourt County, VA (41) Buena Vista Ind. City, VA (4) Lexington Ind. City, VA (142) Nelson County, VA (40)  RockbridgeCounty(46) Rockbridge County (46)  AlleghanyCounty(22) Alleghany County (22)  AmherstCounty(40) Amherst County (40)  AugustaCounty(68) Augusta County (68)  BathCounty(36) Bath County (36)  BedfordCounty(43) Bedford County (43)  BotetourtCounty(41) Botetourt County (41)  (4) Buena Vista (4)  (142) Lexington (142)  NelsonCounty(40) Nelson County (40)
Lexington is the county seat for Rockbridge County
Collierstown is in Rockbridge County
      Rockbridge County (46)  
ADJACENT TO ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY
      Alleghany County (22)  
      Amherst County (40)  
      Augusta County (68)  
      Bath County (36)  
      Bedford County (43)  
      Botetourt County (41)  
      Buena Vista (4)  
      Lexington (142)  
      Nelson County (40)  
 
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1Virginia (Rockbridge County), Collierstown — Captain James HallPioneer, Patriot, Farmer — Died 1816 —
Born and raised near this spot, James Hall bought 215 acres land on Buffalo Creek, Sept. 25, 1771. As a member of Murray’s company of Botetourt Militia, which was composed of men from the “Fork of James” area, he fought in the battle . . . Map (db m105100) HM
2Virginia (Rockbridge County), Collierstown — I-25 — Oxford Church
On the knoll 400 yards west, Presbyterian settlers of the Upper Buffalo Valley founded a congregation in 1758 and constructed a log fort that was also used as a place of worship. A stone church replaced it after the Revolutionary War. The Rev. . . . Map (db m122192) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Dec. 4, 2022