“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 Dickensonville, Virginia

Clickable Map of Russell 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> Russell County, VA (14) Buchanan County, VA (7) Dickenson County, VA (21) Scott County, VA (36) Smyth County, VA (62) Tazewell County, VA (44) Washington County, VA (109) Wise County, VA (32)  RussellCounty(14) Russell County (14)  BuchananCounty(7) Buchanan County (7)  DickensonCounty(21) Dickenson County (21)  ScottCounty(36) Scott County (36)  SmythCounty(62) Smyth County (62)  TazewellCounty(44) Tazewell County (44)  WashingtonCounty(109) Washington County (109)  WiseCounty(32) Wise County (32)
Lebanon is the county seat for Russell County
Dickensonville is in Russell County
      Russell County (14)  
      Buchanan County (7)  
      Dickenson County (21)  
      Scott County (36)  
      Smyth County (62)  
      Tazewell County (44)  
      Washington County (109)  
      Wise County (32)  
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1 Virginia, Russell County, Dickensonville — KA-13 — Dorton’s Fort
William Dorton Sr. and his family, settled here by 1773 and built a fort, one of several defensive structures built by settlers of European descent on the Virginia frontier. Dorton's sons William Jr. Moses fought in the Revolutionary War and . . . Map (db m89847) HM
2 Virginia, Russell County, Dickensonville — Jessee’s Mill
Jessee's mill is 2.5 miles north on Jessee’s Mill Road. The first grindstone mill, mortarless dam, and millrace were built before 1794. John Jessee, Revolutionary War musician and infantryman, purchased the mill and lands in 1724. Handmade . . . Map (db m91038) HM
3 Virginia, Russell County, Dickensonville — X-4 — Old Russell County Courthouse
This building, erected in 1792, served as the second courthouse of Russell County and is one of the earliest public buildings still standing in Southwest Virginia. Russell County was formed in 1786 from Washington County and originally . . . Map (db m91034) HM
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Jul. 17, 2024