Craig’s Mill Marker, SN-45

Two miles south of Kenbridge stood Craig's Mill on Flat Rock Creek. There flour was ground and supplies were stored for the Revolutionary army. Tarleton, the British cavalryman, burned the mill in July, 1781, when raiding through the Southside. Rev. James Craig, the owner, is said to have been forced to help kill hogs for the troopers.

Marker Information:
Year On Marker: 1949
Region: Southside Region
Geographic Location: Lunenburg County
Physical Description of Location: Kenbridge, VA 23944. Located at the intersection of South Broad Street and Main Street (Rt. 40).
GPS Location: 36.96065,-78.126766
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