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Historical Markers and War Memorials in King William, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of King William 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 King William County, VA (35) Caroline County, VA (64) Hanover County, VA (275) King and Queen County, VA (27) New Kent County, VA (56)  KingWilliamCounty(35) King William County (35)  CarolineCounty(64) Caroline County (64)  HanoverCounty(275) Hanover County (275)  KingandQueenCounty(27) King and Queen County (27)  NewKentCounty(56) New Kent County (56)
King William is the county seat for King William County
King William is in King William County
      King William County (35)  
ADJACENT TO KING WILLIAM COUNTY
      Caroline County (64)  
      Hanover County (275)  
      King and Queen County (27)  
      New Kent County (56)  
 
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1Virginia (King William County), King William — Acquinton ChurchA Colonial Church Built in 1734
. . . Map (db m47166) HM
2Virginia (King William County), King William — OC-29 — Cockacoeske
Cockacoeske became the Queen of the Pamunkey after her husband Totopotomoy’s death in 1656 fighting as an ally of the English at what became known as the Battle of Bloody Run. She signed the Treaty of Middle Plantation in 1677 in the wake of settler . . . Map (db m25841) HM
3Virginia (King William County), King William — Henry Fox
Dedicated to the memory of Henry Fox First Presiding Justice of this court April 20, 1702 and also a burgess and sheriff of King William County who with Captain Richard Littlepage jointly deeded on January 20, 1702 to the newly formed . . . Map (db m175968) HM
4Virginia (King William County), King William — Henry Jenner Jones
In memory of Henry Jenner Jones born in King William County, Virginia on March 10, 1847, a VMI cadet, Private D Company, killed in the Battle of New Market on May 15, 1864.Map (db m175970) WM
5Virginia (King William County), King William — King William Confederate Monument
To our soldiers of the Confederacy. King William Co. Va.Map (db m25850) HM
6Virginia (King William County), King William — King William County Colonial Court House
. . . Map (db m175969) HM
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7Virginia (King William County), King William — OC-27 — King William County Courthouse
The King William County courthouse, erected early in the second quarter of the 18th century, is one of the older courthouses still in use in the United States. This T-shaped building was constructed of brick laid in Flemish bond, with an arcade . . . Map (db m25847) HM
8Virginia (King William County), King William — King William CourthouseBuilt 1725
Oldest courthouse in United States in continuous useMap (db m175971) HM
9Virginia (King William County), King William — King William Courthouse
The oldest courthouse in continuous use in the United StatesMap (db m175972) HM
10Virginia (King William County), King William — O 18-a — King William Training School
King William Training School was erected here in 1922-23 on the site of the King William Academy (1903-22). The Rosenwald Foundation, which built more than 5,300 black schools in the South, the African American community, and the county funded the . . . Map (db m47168) HM
11Virginia (King William County), King William — OC-14 — Pamunkey Indians
Eight miles south is the reservation on which the Pamunkey Indians live. The land has never been in non-Indian ownership and the Pamunkey live on it under a treaty made in 1677. In the early seventeenth century the Pamunkey were a chiefdom ruled by . . . Map (db m25840) HM
12Virginia (King William County), King William — OC-28 — Sharon Indian School
Sharon Indian School served as a center of education for the Upper Mattaponi Tribe. In 1919, the King William County School Board built a one-room frame building and the students' families provided the furniture. The county replaced the original . . . Map (db m25839) HM
 
 
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Oct. 4, 2022