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Historical Markers in Dunnsville, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Essex 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 Essex County, VA (37) Caroline County, VA (64) King and Queen County, VA (27) King George County, VA (22) Lancaster County, VA (35) Middlesex County, VA (69) Richmond County, VA (16) Westmoreland County, VA (103)  EssexCounty(37) Essex County (37)  CarolineCounty(64) Caroline County (64)  KingandQueenCounty(27) King and Queen County (27)  KingGeorgeCounty(22) King George County (22)  LancasterCounty(35) Lancaster County (35)  MiddlesexCounty(69) Middlesex County (69)  RichmondCounty(16) Richmond County (16)  WestmorelandCounty(103) Westmoreland County (103)
Tappahannock is the county seat for Essex County
Dunnsville is in Essex County
      Essex County (37)  
ADJACENT TO ESSEX COUNTY
      Caroline County (64)  
      King and Queen County (27)  
      King George County (22)  
      Lancaster County (35)  
      Middlesex County (69)  
      Richmond County (16)  
      Westmoreland County (103)  
 
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1Virginia (Essex County), Dunnsville — O-77 — Angel Visit Baptist Church
Angel Visit Baptist Church, one of the oldest African American churches in Essex County, was formed in 1866 when African American members withdrew from white-led Ephesus Baptist Church after Emancipation. The congregation purchased land here in 1867 . . . Map (db m194986) HM
2Virginia (Essex County), Dunnsville — N-29 — Fort Lowry
Here in 1861 Confederates constructed an eight gun "water battery" principally for the defense of Fredericksburg. The guns were manned by the 55th Infantry Regiment located 500 yards N.W. The cannons were moved and the fort abandoned March 1862 . . . Map (db m25231) HM
3Virginia (Essex County), Dunnsville — N-24 — Fort Lowry-Camp Byron
Located two miles N.E. on Rappahannock River at Lowry’s Point was a Confederate eight gun “water battery” constructed in 1861. Here at Dunnsville was located Camp Byron, home of Company F (Essex Light Dragoons), Ninth Cavalry, C.S.A.; the company . . . Map (db m3081) HM
4Virginia (Essex County), Dunnsville — Site of Rappahannock Industrial Academy1902 - 1948
Founded by Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association Education - The Hope of a Glorious Future Original Trustees Willis Brook • Ned Fitzgerald • C. H. Newman • D.R. Page • Thomas Pollard • J. R. Ruffin • N.A. Wiggins • W. E. Robinson - . . . Map (db m191128) HM
 
 
  
 
 
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Dec. 10, 2022