For a map directing you to Amelia County click here.
Area: 371 square miles
Formed in 1734 from Prince George and Brunswick, and named for Princess Amelia, daughter of King George II.
William B. Giles, Governor of Virginia 1827-30, lived in this county.
Lee's Retreat, M- 11 Rte. 360, at Amelia
Lee's Retreat, M- 12 Rte. 360, 4.8 miles s.w. of Amelia
Lee's Retreat, M- 13 Rte. 360, 5.3 miles s.w. of Amelia
Lee's Retreat, M- 14 Rte. 360, .7 mile s.w. of Jetersville
Lee's Retreat, M-15 Rte. 360, at Jetersville
Lee's Retreat, M-19 Rte. 360, at Jetersville
Battle of Sailors (Sayler's) Creek, M-26 Rte. 617, 5 miles n.e. of Rice
Lee's Retreat, OL-10 Rte. 38, 7 miles e. of Mannboro
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