Signs of History (SM)

New Kent County


For a map directing you to New Kent County click here.

Area: 191 square miles

Formed in 1654 from York, and named for an English county. The White House, where Washington's wife lived, was in this county, and here he married her.
McClellan's Crossing, W-14, Rte. 60, at Bottoms Bridge
Lafayette and Cornwallis, W-16, Rte. 60, at Bottoms Bridge
New Kent Road, W-17, Rte. 60, at Bottoms Bridge
Long Bridge, W-18, Rte. 60, 4.9 miles s.e. of Bottoms Bridge
Soane's Bridge, W-19, Rte. 60, at Bottoms Bridge
Providence Forge, W-20, Rte. 60, at Providence Forge
State Game Farm, W-21, Rte. 60,28 miles s.e. of Providence Forge
Chickahominy Indians, W-22, Rte. 60, 4.2 miles s.e. of Providence Forge
Fort James, W-23, Rte. 60, 7.6 miles s.e. of Providence Forge
Diascund Bridge, W-24, Rte. 60,6.7 miles n.w. of Toano
Cooper's Mill, W-25, Rte. 60, 7.25 miles e. of Providence Forge
Tyree's Plantation, W-29, Rte. 60,6.7 miles n.w. of Toano
The White House, WO-12, Rte. 249, at Talleysville
St. Peter's Church, WO-13, Rte. 249, atTalleysville
Stuart's Ride around McClellan, WO-14, Rte. 33, at Talleysville
New Kent Courthouse, WO-16, Rte. 249, at New Kent
Martha Washington's Birthplace, WO-18, Rte. 249,7 miles e. of New Kent
Eltham, WO-30, Rte. 33, 1.9 miles w. of West Point
Peninsular Campaign, WO-31, Rte. 33, 1.5 miles w. of West Point
The Brick House, WO-33, Rte. 33, 1.5 miles w. of West Point

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