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Loudoun County experienced continuous Union and Confederate activity during the war. Carter's Mill Road, in front of you, provided access to the agricultural abundance of Oatlands and other farms south and east of here, where the use of slave labo…
Mt. Zion, recognized as the oldest continuing African American Methodist congregation in Virginia, traces its origins to the Old Stone Church, established in Leesburg in 1766. Black members of the Old Stone Church, desiring their own church after …
Historic Structure Built in 1913 Lucketts Virginia Lucketts School Has Been Placed on the National Register Of Historic Places By the United States Department of Interior 1993
This property has been placed on the National Register Of Historic Places by the United States Department of Interior Circa 1840
At Ball's Bluff, near this town on the threshold of Virginia and the Confederacy, the invading army of the North was, on Oct. 21st 1861, utterly defeated and driven into the Potomac. This monument is erected to the memory of those who died in defe…
Has been placed on the National Register Of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
In Memory of the Heroic Dead of Loudoun County who gave their lives for their country in the Second World War and in Korea World War II Spitler H. Abell · Frederick F. Grossi Stanley C. Alder · Vernon T. Hackley …
In Honor of The Loudoun Citizens Who Served in Vietnam And in Memory Of Those Who Died Welby H. Grayson, III Richard B. Grigsby Jack Harris, Jr. David F. Helms Leonard W. Kidd Francis E. Manuel Weyland F. McCauley, Jr. Ralph W. Milbo…
Formed to commemorate the life ofDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. And to bring together our community in celebration of his lifework and vision of racial harmony and equality for all Join us for our annual march held on the observed holiday startin…
In Memory of the Confederate Soldiers of Loudon County Va Erected May 28 1908
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