“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 Zuni, Virginia

Clickable Map of Isle of Wight 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> Isle of Wight County, VA (51) Franklin Ind. City, VA (16) James City County, VA (206) Newport News Ind. City, VA (270) Southampton County, VA (24) Suffolk Ind. City, VA (60) Surry County, VA (36)  IsleofWightCounty(51) Isle of Wight County (51)  (16) Franklin (16)  JamesCityCounty(206) James City County (206)  NewportNews(270) Newport News (270)  SouthamptonCounty(24) Southampton County (24)  Suffolk(60) Suffolk (60)  SurryCounty(36) Surry County (36)
Isle of Wight is the county seat for Isle of Wight County
Zuni is in Isle of Wight County
      Isle of Wight County (51)  
      Franklin (16)  
      James City County (206)  
      Newport News (270)  
      Southampton County (24)  
      Suffolk (60)  
      Surry County (36)  
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1Virginia (Isle of Wight County), Zuni — U-121 — Zuni
Zuni, a rail stop along the Norfolk & Petersburg Railroad, was established by 1736. Confederate forces were stationed here in 1861 to protect the railroad bridge and the road leading to Suffolk. In May 1862, they destroyed the bridge to prevent . . . Map (db m18160) HM
2Virginia (Southampton County), Zuni — UT-21 — Blackwater Line - Blackwater Bridge
During the Civil War, Confederate forces guarded this Blackwater River crossing as a part of the Blackwater defensive line. On 14 Nov. 1862, Col. Charles C. Dodge, 1st Battalion New York Mounted Rifles, led his troops in a skirmish against elements . . . Map (db m18157) HM
3Virginia (Southampton County), Zuni — Z-191 — Southampton County / Isle of Wight County
Southampton County. Area 604 Square Miles. Formed in 1748 from Isle of Wight and Nansemond. Named for a locality that was originally named for the Earl of Southampton, active in the first settlement. General William Mahone was . . . Map (db m18109) HM
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Oct. 2, 2022