Signs of History (SM)

King and Queen County


For a map directing you to King and Queen County click here.

Area: 320 square miles

Formed in 1691 from New Kent, and named for King WiIliam III and Queen Mary. The family of George Rogers Clark long lived in this county.
The Servants' Plot, N-58 Rte. 14, 1.1 miles w. of Adner
Old Places, O-17 Rte. 631, 2 miles n. of Manquin
Clark Home, O-20 Rte. 360, at Saint Stephens Church
Where Dahlgren Died, O-21 Rte. 360, at Saint Stephens Church
Piscataway Church, O-41 Rte. 360, 1.6 miles s.w. of Millers Tavern
Bruington Church, OB-2 Rte. 14, 6.2 miles n.w. of Stevensville
Mattapony Church, OB-3 Rte. 14, 4.1 miles n.w. of King and Queen Courthouse
Hillshoro, OB-5 Rte. 14, 4.7 miles n.w. of Stevensville
Where Dahlgren Died, OB-6 Rte. 631, 2.5 miles n.w. of King and Queen Courthouse
Newtown, OB-9 Rtes. 625 and 721
Newington, OB-10 Rte. 14, 1 mile n.w. of King and Queen Courthouse
Apple Tree Church, OB-11 Rte. 360, .4 mile e. of Rte. 14
Corbin's Church--The New Church, OB-12 Rte. 14, 1 mile n. of Rte. 33
Laneville, OB-16 Rte. 14, 10 miles s.e. of King and Queen Courthouse
Colonial Church, OB-18 Rte. 14, 8.5 miles s.e. of King and Queen Courthouse
Poropotank Creek, OB-50 Rte. 14, 1.1 miles w. of Adner
State Fish Hatchery, PB-4 Rte. 14, 1 mile n.w of Stevensville

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