“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 Freeman, Virginia

Clickable Map of Greensville 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> Greensville County, VA (5) Brunswick County, VA (51) Dinwiddie County, VA (157) Emporia Ind. City, VA (25) Southampton County, VA (24) Sussex County, VA (25) Northampton County, NC (25)  GreensvilleCounty(5) Greensville County (5)  BrunswickCounty(51) Brunswick County (51)  DinwiddieCounty(157) Dinwiddie County (157)  (25) Emporia (25)  SouthamptonCounty(24) Southampton County (24)  SussexCounty(25) Sussex County (25)  NorthamptonCountyNorth Carolina(25) Northampton County (25)
Emporia is the county seat for Greensville County
Freeman is in Greensville County
      Greensville County (5)  
      Brunswick County (51)  
      Dinwiddie County (157)  
      Emporia (25)  
      Southampton County (24)  
      Sussex County (25)  
      Northampton County, North Carolina (25)  
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1Virginia, Greensville County, Freeman — UM-52 — Mabry's Chapel
On Pleasant Shade Drive (U.S. 58) 0.5 miles west of Grassy Pond Road (Virginia Route 606), on the right when traveling east.
Eight miles northeast stood Mabry's Chapel, the fourth Methodist house of worship built in Virginia. It was constructed in 1780, five years after the congregation first met at John Mabry's dwelling. By 1804, a new larger church was built; it . . . Map (db m86051) HM
2Virginia, Greensville County, Freeman — S-72 — Meherrin Indians
On Pleasant Shade Drive / Governor Harrison Parkway (U.S. 58) at 5 Forks Access Road, on the right when traveling west on Pleasant Shade Drive / Governor Harrison Parkway.
The Meherrin Indians lived in the coastal plain of Virginia and North Carolina along the Meherrin River. They farmed and hunted and spoke a language, Meherrin, that belonged to the Iroquoian language family. The Meherrin remained relatively . . . Map (db m60634) HM
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Feb. 2, 2023