“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Guinea, Virginia Historical Markers

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By Bill Coughlin, November 10, 2007
A Staggering Blow Marker
Virginia (Caroline County), Guinea — A Staggering Blow
We had confidence in him that knew no bounds...his loss was irreparable. Wills Lee, Richmond Howitzers News of Stonewall Jackson's death stunned the South. "A greater sense of loss and deeper grief never followed the death of mortal . . . — Map (db m3310) HM
Virginia (Caroline County), Guinea — Fairfield Plantation
The farm office across the lawn is all that remains of the once-sprawling plantation called “Fairfield.” Thomas Coleman Chandler purchased Fairfield Plantation in 1845. For the next 17 years it prospered and evolved – largely at . . . — Map (db m5604) HM
Virginia (Caroline County), Guinea — Guinea StationGrant Maneuvers South
Lee vs. Grant – The 1864 Campaign General Winfield Hancock’s Union Second corps left Spotsylvania Court House after sunset on May 290, 1864. It trudged south along dark roads, headed toward Milford Station on the Richmond, . . . — Map (db m3308) HM
Virginia (Caroline County), Guinea — Stonewall Jackson Died
Stonewall Jackson Died May 10, 1862 Buried Lexington, Va. — Map (db m13937) HM
Virginia (Caroline County), Guinea — War Comes to Fairfield
War brought profound changes to the Chandler family, Fairfield, and the slaves who toiled on the plantation. Three of Thomas Chandler’s sons enlisted in the Confederate army. When the Union army occupied Fredericksburg in 1862 many of Chandler’s . . . — Map (db m3313) HM

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