Loudoun County Marker, Z-143
Formed in 1757 from Fairfax, and named for Lord Loudoun, titular governor of Virginia, and head of the British forces in America, 1756-58. Oak Hill, President James Monroe's home, is in this county.
Marker Information:Year On Marker: 1934
Geographic Location: Loudoun County
Physical Description of Location: Sterling, VA 20164. Located on Harry Byrd Hwy (Rt. 7), 0.2 miles northwest of the junction of Harry Byrd Hwy (Rt. 7) and Dranesville Road (Rt. 228). Marker is on the left when traveling northwest on Harry Byrd Hwy (Rt. 7).
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