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Historic Sites in Romancoke, VA

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Chelsea Plantation

West Point, VA

Furnished with period antiques and a large collection of paintings, this 1709 brick house was built durin...


Old St. John's Church, dating from 1734, has been beautifully restored through an effort of over 80 years by the ...


Pamunkey Indian Museum

King William, VA

The major focus of the Pamunkey Indian Museum is to teach about the Pamunkey people and their way of life...


Home of Signer

Mattaponi, VA

Carter Braxton, signer of the Declaration of Independence, lived at West Point 1777-1786 after fire destroyed his pla...


James Lafayette

New Kent, VA

James Lafayette was born in slavery about 1748 near here. His master William Armistead was commissary of military sup...


Although the Pamunkey Indians had been allies of the Virginia colonists since 1646, early in 1676 they were driven fr...


Shortly after paramount chief Opechancanough’s 1644 attacks on English settlers in response to the settlers’ encroach...


Lt. General Lewis Burwell Chesty Puller, the most decorated Marine in the history of this country, was born on June 2...


Corbin's Church

Mattaponi, VA

The New Church, also known as Corbin's Church, stood to the east of this road. Councillor Richard Corbin, who also se...


To the Confederate soldiers and sailors of King and Queen County Virginia 1861-1865 Fate denied them victory but gave...


Elders Robert Ware and John Waller, who founded Lower King and Queen (Wares) Baptist Church on 17 Oct. 1772, were imp...


Edmund Hockaday built the earliest part of this house about 1810. The house was nearly doubled in size in 1830s, with...


St. John's Church

West Point, VA

This was the parish church of St. John's Parish, formed in 1680. It was built in 1734. Earlier churches stood at West...


By May 4, 1862, Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston’s army was retreating west toward Richmond from Yorktown as Union...


Peninsular Campaign

Barhamsville, VA

A mile north, at Eltham Landing on the Pamunkey River, Franklin's division of McClellan's army disembarked on May 6, ...



Barhamsville, VA

Eltham, a mile north, was long the home of the Bassett family and one of the largest and finest colonial houses in Vi...


Campaign of 1781

West Point, VA

On 13 August 1781, the Marquis de Lafayette encamped his army in King William County. He placed his militia four mile...


This church, the new church of Stratton Major Parish, was built in 1767. Rev. William Robinson, the Bishop of London'...


In May 1623, Capt. William Tucker led English soldiers from Jamestown to meet with Indian leaders here in Pamunkey te...


Lewis Burwell Chesty Puller was born on 26 June 1898 in West Point and lived here until entering Virginia Military In...

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