For a map directing you to Louisa County click here.
Area: 516 square miles
Formed in 1742 from Hanover, and named for the Queen of Denmark, daughter of King George II. Patrick Henry lived
in this county for some years. In it was fought the Cavalry battle of Trevillians, 1864.
Campaign of 1781, F-40, Rte. 15, 3.3 miles s. of Boswell's Tavern
Providence Church, V-19, Rte. 250, .4 mile n.w. of Gum Spring
Campaign of 1781, V-20, Rte. 250, at Ferncliff
The Marquis Road, W-206, Rte. 22, at Boswell's Tavern
Boswell's Tavern, W-207, Rte. 22, at Boswell's Tavern
Green Springs, W-208, Rte. 33, 7 miles w. of Louisa
Battle of Trevilians, W-209, Rte. 33, 4.5 miles w. of Louisa
Battle of Trevilians, W-210, Rte. 33, 4.5 miles w. of Louisa
Patrick Henry's Home, W-211, Rte. 33, at Louisa
Historic Louisa, W-212, Rtes. 33 and 22, e. of Louisa
Jack Jouett's Ride, W-213, Rte. 33, at Cuckoo
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