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Henrico County, Virginia Points of Interest

Map of Virginia State Historical Marker Locations in Henrico

Henrico County Historical Markers

Henrico County - General Interest
39th Illinois Veteran Volunteers
Action at Osborne’s
Adele Goodman Clark
Alfred D. A.D. Price
Anna Marie Lane--Soldier Of The American Revolution
Bacon’s Quarter
Battle of Bloody Run
Battle of New Market Heights
Battle of Savage’s Station
Battle of Yellow Tavern
Black Hawk (1767-1838)
Bottom’s Bridge
Branch Public Baths
British Invasion of Richmond, January 1781
Broad Street Station
Brook Road
Campaign of 1781
Charles City Road
Charles Sidney Gilpin
Curles Neck and Bremo
Dahlgren’s Raid
Darbytown Road
Defenses of Richmond
Early Quakers in Richmond
Egyptian Building
Engagement At Malvern Cliffs
Engine Company No. 9 Fire Station
Execution of Gabriel
Fair Oaks Station
First Battle of Deep Bottom
First Southern African American Girl Scouts
First Successful Colonial Tobacco Crop
First Trolley Car System in Richmond
Forest Hill Park
Fort Harrison
Freedmen’s Bureau, Freedman’s Bank
Friends Asylum for Colored Orphans
Gabriel’s Rebellion
Giles Beecher Jackson (circa 1852-1924)
Glen Allen
Grace Evelyn Arents
Henrico Town
Highland Springs
Jackson Ward
John Mitchell, Jr., Fighting Editor
John Rolfe--1585-1622
Joseph Bryan Park
Kahal Kadosh Beth Shalome
Laurel Historic District
Malvern Hill
Mary-Cooke Branch Munford
McClellan’s First Line
McClellan’s Picket Line
McClellan’s Second Line
McClellan’s Third Line
McClellan’s Withdrawal
Monroe Park
Mountain Road
Munitions Plant
Nathaniel Bacon
Navy Hill
Old Dominion Building
Origins of Richmond
Outer Defenses
Outer Fortifications
Pleasants v. Pleasants
Pvt. Benjamin B. Levy 22 Feb. 1845 -- 20 Jul. 1921
Richmond Evacuation Fire
Richmond’s Civil War Hospitals
Richmond’s First African American Police Officers
Route to White Oak Swamp and Malvern Hill
Sad Reunion
Sadie Heath Cabaniss ~ Nursing Innovator (1863-1921)
Second Battle of Deep Bottom
Second Day at Seven Pines
Seven Days Battles--Grape Vine Bridge
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Savage’s Station
Seven Days Battles--Savage’s Station
Seven Days Battles--White Oak Swamp
Seven Days Battles--White Oak Swamp
Seven Days Battles--White Oak Swamp
Sheridan Maneuvers East
Site of J. E. B. Stuart’s Death
St. Joseph’s Villa
Stuart’s Mortal Wound
Surrender of Richmond
The Carillon
The Equal Suffrage League of Virginia
Tommy Edwards 1922--1969
Turkey Island
Union Army Enters Richmond
Virginia Air National Guard
Virginia Estelle Randolph
Virginia Historical Society
Wickham’s Line
Williamsburg Road
Yellow Tavern
Young’s Spring
Henrico County Churches
Church Hill Tunnel
Confederate Memorial Chapel
Darbytown Road~Pioneer Baptist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Emmanuel Church at Brook Hill Episcopal
First African Baptist Church
Henrico Parish Church
Monumental Church
Saint John’s Episcopal Church
Saint Joseph Catholic Church
Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church
Trinity Methodist Church
Henrico County Schools
Proposed First University In English America
Henrico County Cemeteries
Barton Heights Cemeteries
Evergreen Cemetery
Hebrew Cemetery
Oakwood Cemetery, Confederate Section
Shockoe Hill Cemetery
Henrico County Courthouse
Henrico County Historic Homes, Houses, Cabins, Mansions & Estates
Adams-Van Lew House
Craig House
Edgar Allan Poe House
Glendale (Frayser’s Farm)
Grant House~Sheltering Arms Hospital
Jacob House
John Miller House
Meadow Farm
Samuel Pleasants Parsons House
Seven Days Battles--Allen’s Farm
Seven Days Battles--Glendale (Frayser’s Farm)
Seven Days Battles--Glendale (Frayser’s Farm)
Seven Days Battles--Glendale (Frayser’s Farm)
Seven Days Battles--Golding’s Farm
Stewart-Lee House
Virginia Home for Boys
Virginia House
White House of the Confederacy