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Maycock's Plantation K-213 | Marker History

Maycock’s Plantation Marker, K-213

Six miles north on James River. The place was patented about 1618 by Samuel Maycock, slain in the massacre of 1622. In 1774, David Meade became the owner. There Cornwallis crossed the river, May 24, 1781. Anthony Wayne crossed there, August 30, 1781.

Marker Information:
Additional Information: Marker reported destroyed, no Commonwealth or Federal replacement funding available. Will only be replaced if a private sponsor funds replacement.
Region: Tidewater Region
Geographic Location: Prince George County
Physical Description of Location: East corner of intersection between James River Drive (Virginia 10) and Flowerdew Hundred Road, Disputanta, VA 23842.
GPS Location: 37.247861,-77.150214
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