On James River Road (County Route 626) 0.6 miles east of Chestnut Grove Road (County Route 723), on the right when traveling east.
Shortly after the formation of St. Anne's Parish in 1745, this established church stood on a knoll 100 yards north on nearby Ballenger Creek. Not used regularly after the old parish was dissolved in 1785, the building was in ruins by 1820 and was . . . — — Map (db m29953) HM
On Langhorne Road (County Route 626), on the right.
In 1762 the vestry of St. Anne's Parish purchased from William Burton 400 acres here for the residence and lands of the rector of the parish, established in 1745. This glebe was so used almost until the dissolution of the old parish. It was sold in . . . — — Map (db m29951) HM