For a map directing you to Rappahannock County click here.
Area: 274 square miles
Formed in 1833 from Culpeper, and named for the Rappahannock River, headwaters of which are in this county.
Cavalry Engagement, C-4, Rte. 211, at Sperryville
Washington, Virginia, the First of Them All, C-5, Rte. 211, at Washington
Campaign of Second Manassas, C-6, Rte. 211, 7.2 miles e. of Massies Corner
William Randolph Barbee, C-56, Rte. 211 and Skyline Drive, at Panoramo
Campaign of Second Manassas, C-61, Rte. 211, 9.5 miles e. of Massies Corner
Gettysburg Campaign. J-25, Rte. 522,5 miles s. of Front Royal
Albert Gallatin Willis, J-26, Rte. 522, 5.5 miles n. of Flint Hill
Pope's Army of Virginia, J-29, Rte. 522. at Sperryville
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