“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 Franconia, Virginia

Clickable Map of Fairfax 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> Fairfax County, VA (709) Alexandria Ind. City, VA (375) Arlington County, VA (461) Fairfax Ind. City, VA (48) Falls Church Ind. City, VA (137) Loudoun County, VA (345) Prince William County, VA (659) Washington, DC (2566) Charles County, MD (150) Montgomery County, MD (745) Prince George s County, MD (642)  FairfaxCounty(709) Fairfax County (709)  (375) Alexandria (375)  ArlingtonCounty(461) Arlington County (461)  (48) Fairfax (48)  (137) Falls Church (137)  LoudounCounty(345) Loudoun County (345)  PrinceWilliamCounty(659) Prince William County (659)   D.C.(2566) Washington (2566)  CharlesCountyMaryland(150) Charles County (150)  MontgomeryCounty(745) Montgomery County (745)  PrinceGeorge'sCounty(642) Prince George's County (642)
Fairfax is the county seat for Fairfax County
Franconia is in Fairfax County
      Fairfax County (709)  
      Alexandria (375)  
      Arlington County (461)  
      Fairfax (48)  
      Falls Church (137)  
      Loudoun County (345)  
      Prince William County (659)  
      Washington, D.C. (2566)  
      Charles County, Maryland (150)  
      Montgomery County, Maryland (745)  
      Prince George's County, Maryland (642)  
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1 Virginia, Fairfax County, Franconia — Franconia
“Frankhonia Farm” was situated on 191 acres purchased in 1859 by Alexandria merchant and businessman William Fowle from Joseph Broders of Oak Grove Farm. His son, Robert Rollins Fowle, sold 18 acres to the Alexandria & Fredericksburg Railway Company . . . Map (db m158) HM
2 Virginia, Fairfax County, Franconia — Laurel Grove Colored School and Church
In the early 1880s, former slaves organized a congregation and held church services near a grove of laurel on Beulah Road. The trustees, including Middleton Braxton, George Carroll, Thornton Gray, and William Jasper, were focused on educating the . . . Map (db m86181) HM
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Feb. 26, 2024