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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fredericksburg

 
Clickable Map of Fredericksburg, 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 Fredericksburg Ind. City, VA (392) Spotsylvania County, VA (383) Stafford County, VA (169)  Fredericksburg(392) Fredericksburg (392)  SpotsylvaniaCounty(383) Spotsylvania County (383)  StaffordCounty(169) Stafford County (169)
Fredericksburg and Vicinity
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1Virginia, Fredericksburg — E-49A — “Fall Hill”
On the heights one mile to the west, the home of the Thorntons from about 1736. Francis Thornton 2nd was a Justice, a Burgess 1744-45, and Lieut.-Colonel of his Majesty's militia for Spotsylvania County. He and two of his brothers married three . . . — Map (db m4749) HM
2Virginia, Fredericksburg — E-49B — “Fall Hill”
On the heights one mile to the west, the home of the Thorntons from about 1736. Francis Thornton 2nd was a Justice, a Burgess 1744-45, and Lieut.-Colonel of his Majesty's militia for Spotsylvania County. He and two of his brothers married three . . . — Map (db m5094) HM
3Virginia, Fredericksburg — 127th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
(Front): 127th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Col. W. W. Jennings Commanding 3rd Brigade 2nd Division 2nd Corps (Rear):127th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Col. W. W. Jennings Commanding 3rd Brigade 2nd Division . . . — Map (db m9089) HM
4Virginia, Fredericksburg — 9 — 1769 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Study of James Mercer built prior to 1769Map (db m149266) HM
5Virginia, Fredericksburg — 6 — 1787 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by William Alexander — Map (db m148505) HM
6Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1787 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Home and store of merchant Humphrey McAusland — Map (db m149222) HM
7Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1791 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for James Ferguson, Blacksmith — Map (db m148451) HM
8Virginia, Fredericksburg — 10 — 1798 — Dawson House — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation —
Built by the Hon. John Dawson — Map (db m149269) HM
9Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1801 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Captain Samuel Pearson Constructed atop an earlier stone foundation — Map (db m148476) HM
10Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1807 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Home of two-term mayor, Benjamin Day 1811-21 Built by Richard Johnson and James Young — Map (db m148581) HM
11Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1812 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for William James—Tailor & Minister — Map (db m148308) HM
12Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1812 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Philip Terrier, Ship's Carpenter — Map (db m148454) HM
13Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1817 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
The Doggett House Owned by Doggett Family 1888-1950 Built for Carter L. Stevenson, Attorney — Map (db m149253) HM
14Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1818 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Ellis House 1818-1906 Built by Robert Ellis, Owner-Builder — Map (db m148305) HM
15Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1820 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by George French Enlarged by Charles J. Purks, 1907 Map (db m148499) HM
16Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1821 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Claiborne Wiglesworth, Contractor — Map (db m149221) HM
17Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1824 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Anthony Kale, Confectionary Shop & Residence — Map (db m148563) HM
18Virginia, Fredericksburg — 81 — 1824 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Rev. Edward McGuire Owned by the Scott family since 1872 — Map (db m149256) HM
19Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1825 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John & William Wellford, Merchants — Map (db m148550) HM
20Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1825 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John Roy, Merchant — Map (db m148567) HM
21Virginia, Fredericksburg — 74 — 1826 — Kobler House — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation —
A Methodist parsonage since 1855 — Map (db m148570) HM
22Virginia, Fredericksburg — 34 — 1826 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
William Rollow Residence — Map (db m149224) HM
23Virginia, Fredericksburg — 53 — 1827 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Richard Johnston — Map (db m148558) HM
24Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1831 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for William Quarles, Dwelling and Store — Map (db m148556) HM
25Virginia, Fredericksburg — 71 — 1831 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Anthony Kale Owned by Kate C Kale, his daughter, 1850-1904 Map (db m148562) HM
26Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1834 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Smithsonia Built as a female orphans asylum — Map (db m149254) HM
27Virginia, Fredericksburg — 70 — 1835 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Gabriel Johnston Owned by Johnston descendents until 1909 Map (db m148561) HM
28Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1840 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Sarah Myers — Map (db m148485) HM
29Virginia, Fredericksburg — 52 — 1842 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by William Bernard — Map (db m148530) HM
30Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1845 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Ann Edwards, widow — Map (db m149223) HM
31Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1846-47 / Philip Y. Wyatt
Historic Fredericksburg Foundation George Gravatt House 1846-47 Moved to this site from 610 Princess Anne St. in 1977 [Lower plaque:] Philip Y. Wyatt 1907 - 1984 Practiced . . . — Map (db m149237) HM
32Virginia, Fredericksburg — 33 — 1848 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Original Owner, Ann C. Henry — Map (db m148527) HM
33Virginia, Fredericksburg — 69 — 1848 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Hurkamp House — Map (db m148528) HM
34Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1848 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Maria Reed — Map (db m149239) HM
35Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1849 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Thomas Knox Proctor House 1873 - 1934 Moved from 1300 Princess Anne St. 1935 — Map (db m148443) HM
36Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1849 — Chinn-Willis House — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation —
William M. Baggett, Builder — Map (db m149260) HM
37Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1850 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by C. Gabriel Brown, Grocer, Insurance Agent — Map (db m148577) HM
38Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1850 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John L. Knight, master mason and his wife, Ellen Matherson — Map (db m149232) HM
39Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1851 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for George Aler, Brick Mason — Map (db m148449) HM
40Virginia, Fredericksburg — 36 — 1851 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Granville Gilman Residence — Map (db m148489) HM
41Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1851 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Additions in 1898 and 1988 Built for Capt. John Sands — Map (db m148500) HM
42Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1851 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Jacob Miller, Printer & Cabinetmaker — Map (db m149233) HM
43Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1851 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by William M. Baggett, Owner & Contractor — Map (db m149252) HM
44Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1852 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for James B. Timberlake, businessman — Map (db m149238) HM
45Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1854 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Howard M. Smith for the "Full & Absolute Enjoyment" of Lacey A. Boardman — Map (db m148613) HM
46Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1854 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Artist John A. Elder resided here 1892-95 Built for Ephraim Francis, carpenter — Map (db m149240) HM
47Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1854 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by William M. Baggett, owner and contractor — Map (db m149251) HM
48Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1854 / 1925 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
1854 Townhouse built for B. B. Sacrey 1925 Facade & addition built by E.G. Heflin for Elks Lodge No. 875 1905-1996 — Map (db m149226) HM
49Virginia, Fredericksburg — 32 — 1855 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by William Burke — Map (db m148518) HM
50Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1855 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for William Burke, Photographer — Map (db m148519) HM
51Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1855 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Benjamin F. Currell, House Joiner & Carpenter — Map (db m148520) HM
52Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1855 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for James Turner, Merchant & Foundry Foreman — Map (db m148525) HM
53Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1855 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for William Jefferies, Shoe Manufacturer — Map (db m148585) HM
54Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1862
Each leaf represents one thousand soldiers who died between December 13-15th in the battle of Fredericksburg.
Dear Madam, I have been shown in the files of the War Department that you are the mother of five sons who have . . . — Map (db m148069) HM WM
55Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1866 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built as The Exchange Hotel Also known as The Hotel Frederick 1915-1920 and Hotel Maury 1920-1973 — Map (db m148306) HM
56Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1870 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for James M. George — Map (db m148501) HM
57Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1870 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for the Thom Sisters Mary & Catherine — Map (db m148549) HM
58Virginia, Fredericksburg — 38 — 1870s Residence — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Christopher Armat & John Pittman — Map (db m148516) HM
59Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1871 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for William T. Lowery, Tailor — Map (db m148494) HM
60Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1871 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John Anderson's lumber yard On Princess Anne Street, moved to Caroline Street in 1877 as a doctor's office, and to this site in 1902. — Map (db m149246) HM
61Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1872 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Andrew Nicholas — Map (db m148491) HM
62Virginia, Fredericksburg — 76 — 1875 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for William H. Smith, Grocer — Map (db m148482) HM
63Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1875 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for A.K. Phillips & Co., Commission Merchants — Map (db m148507) HM
64Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1877 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built as a general store, to replace a burned early 1800s store and dwelling — Map (db m148303) HM
65Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1877 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for William Fitzpatrick, Boat Captain — Map (db m148521) HM
66Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1877 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for W. S. Embrey, Businessman — Map (db m148522) HM
67Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1878 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Alexander Mason Garner — Map (db m148460) HM
68Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1878 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by A. Mason Garner for John T. Payne and John T. Hawkins — Map (db m148472) HM
69Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1879 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Thomas Harrison, Carpenter & Builder — Map (db m148461) HM
70Virginia, Fredericksburg — 30 — 1879 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by William C. Baylor — Map (db m148466) HM
71Virginia, Fredericksburg — 75 — 1879 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John T. Payne, Planing Mill Owner — Map (db m149264) HM
72Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1881 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Annie H. and Benjamin B. Patterson — Map (db m148459) HM
73Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1881 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John J. George, Painter — Map (db m148496) HM
74Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1881 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for James N. Turner, Government Inspector — Map (db m149218) HM
75Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1882 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John Churchill Willis, Merchant — Map (db m149268) HM
76Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1883 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Robert E. Bozel, Merchant — Map (db m148437) HM
77Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1883 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John Henry Lee — Map (db m148465) HM
78Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1883 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by F.F. Portch, Carpenter — Map (db m148484) HM
79Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1883 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Richard G. Swift, Grocer and Lumberyard Owner — Map (db m148493) HM
80Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1884 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Clementina Toombs — Map (db m148464) HM
81Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1884 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Charles W. Erdington, City Sergeant — Map (db m149245) HM
82Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1884 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Nellie Carmichael — Map (db m149265) HM
83Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1885 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Terence McCracken, Merchant — Map (db m148304) HM
84Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1885 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built as a stable for John S. Berryman — Map (db m148467) HM
85Virginia, Fredericksburg — 29 — 1885 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by John English — Map (db m149250) HM
86Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1886 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Wm. I. King Wholesaler & Grain Merchant — Map (db m148457) HM
87Virginia, Fredericksburg — 68 — 1888 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Dr. George H. Chewning — Map (db m148531) HM
88Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1888 / Lot 255
Historic Fredericksburg Foundation 1888 Built for James Lee, Cook [Lower plaque:] Jacob Wray of Elizabeth City County purchased Lot 225 — Block 58 from Roger Dixon in 1764. Wray sold the lot to James . . . — Map (db m148462) HM
89Virginia, Fredericksburg — 64 — 1890 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Home of Henry W. Willenbucher — Map (db m148469) HM
90Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1890 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Robert T. Raines, Shoe Factory Machinist — Map (db m148470) HM
91Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1890 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Mary Frances Lang, School Teacher — Map (db m148479) HM
92Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1890 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Margarete E. Clarke — Map (db m148490) HM
93Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1890 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for A.D. Tapscott, Shoe Company Owner — Map (db m148504) HM
94Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1890 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Designed by Frank P. Stearns, Architect Built for Edgar W. Stearns, Dry Goods Merchant — Map (db m148575) HM
95Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1891 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Powhatan Rose — Map (db m148424) HM
96Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1891 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for John W. Rodgers — Map (db m148458) HM
97Virginia, Fredericksburg — 40 — 1891 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Robert Adams Residence — Map (db m149220) HM
98Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1892 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Knights of Pythias Lodge #22 & Myrtle Lodge #50 Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Knights of Pythias Lodge until 1961 — Map (db m90972) HM
99Virginia, Fredericksburg — 1893 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built by Contractor George W. Wroten for Captain John Ward, Merchant — Map (db m148438) HM
100Virginia, Fredericksburg — 79 — 1893 — Historic Fredericksburg Foundation
Built for Ella M. Hicks, Merchant — Map (db m148487) HM

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