Hog Island Marker, K-237

On this point, in James River nine miles northeast, the settlers kept their hogs in 1608. When abandoning Jamestown in June, 1610, they stopped at the island for a night. The next morning, proceeding down the river, they met a messenger from Governor Lord Delaware, who had just arrived, and returned to Jamestown.

Marker Information:
Year On Marker: 1948
Region: Tidewater Region
Geographic Location: Surry County
Physical Description of Location: Northeast corner of intersection between Colonial Trail E (Virginia 10) and Bacon Castles Trail (State Route 617), Surry, VA 23883.
GPS Location: 37.105595,-76.730146
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