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At Ball's Bluff, near this town on the threshold of Virginia and the Confederacy, the invading army of the North was, on Oct. 21st 1861, utterly defeated and driven into the Potomac. This monument is erected to the memory of those who died in defe…
of the Heroic Dead
of Loudoun County
who gave their lives
for their country in
the Second World War
and in Korea
World War II
Spitler H. Abell · Frederick F. Grossi
Stanley C. Alder · Vernon T. Hackley
In Honor of
The Loudoun Citizens
Who Served in Vietnam
And in Memory
Of Those Who Died
Welby H. Grayson, III
Richard B. Grigsby
Jack Harris, Jr.
David F. Helms
Leonard W. Kidd
Francis E. Manuel
Weyland F. McCauley, Jr.
Ralph W. Milbo…
Formed to commemorate the life ofDr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
And to bring together our community in celebration of his lifework and vision of racial harmony and equality for all
Join us for our annual march held on the observed holiday startin…
In Memory of the
of Loudon County Va
Erected May 28 1908
General George C.
Has Been Designated a
National Historic Landmark
This House Possesses National Significance
In Commemorating the History of the
United States of America
National Park Service
"Their Bodies are buried in Peace
But their name liveth for evermore"
1917 † 1918
Russell T. Beatty, Corp. † Frank Hough, Lt.
Charles A. Bell, Pvt. † Alexander Pope Humphrey, Pvt.
Charles E. Clyburn, Pvt. † Robert A. …
Across the ground in front of you are the remains of Confederate infantry earthworks most likely built after the Battle of Ball's Bluff on October 21, 1861. At this time, Leesburg was on the front lines of the American Civil War and an outpost on …
Gen. George C. Marshall (1880-1959) and his wife, Katherine Tupper Marshall (1882-1978), purchased this early-19th-century house and its surrounding four acres in 1941. They lived here during the years of Marshall's great achievements as Army chie…
You are standing within the foundation of a shed used for a bunkhouse early in the war. In the spring and summer of 1861, twenty-one men of Capt. William W. Mead's Loudoun Cavalry (Co. K, 6th Virginia Cavalry) were posted here. The lane behind you…