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In the woods on this hill are the remains of a regimental-sized union infantry winter camp. A New York regiment of the 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, most likely occupied this camp, the remains clearly visible and run in most cases in lines from the b…
In the 1800s, the Robertson Quarry was one of many quarries in Stafford County which provided stone for government buildings, private homes, and public buildings, not only in Washington, D.C., but across the nation. The Robertson Quarry, along wit…
When Benjamin Henry Latrobe, architect of the U.S. Capitol, visited Stafford in 1806, he found on this "beautiful little knoll in the midst of the woods close to his quarry?a log house," the home of quarryman William Robertson. Robertson's quarry …
Dedicated as theBradley Clinicon22 September 1995in honor ofPharmacist's Mate Second ClassJohn H. BradleyUnited States Navywho served with honor and distinction in the Second Battalion, Twenty-Eighth Marines, Fifth Marine Division, Fleet Marine Fo…
Here is Aquia Church, the church of Overwharton Parish, formed before 1680 by the division of Potomac Parish. It was built in 1757, on the site of an earlier church, in the rectorship of Reverend John Moncure, who was the parish minister from 1738…
The Pentagon ? ? ?The World Trade CenterSomerset County, PA "All Gave Some" ? ? "Some Gave All" For those who were lostFor those who lost family and friends For those protecting our familiesFor those protecting our freedoms God Bless T…
Purple: CourageWhite: InnocenceBlue: Statehood (Our Flag)Yellow: Hope The Citizens of Stafford CountyApril 19, 1996 In honor of those who came to their aid
Inhonorof themen and womenofStafford Countywho served indefense of theirCommonwealthandCountry
August 7, 1964In celebration of its 300th Birthday, here is buried a capsule by order of the Circuit Court, to be opened on August 7, 2064. Planted by the Stafford County Lions Club and Stafford County Board of Supervisors
State Police— In Memory of —Jessica Jean CheneyJanuary 17th 1998"What she lacked in experience, she made up for in hard work and spirit."? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? -E. Futrell