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Event Date Marker Number Marker Title
January 01, 1688 BX-2 Brent Town
January 01, 1718 G-2 Leeton Forest
January 01, 1724 CB-2 Ashland Farm
August 22, 1724 CL-7 German Town
January 01, 1740 C-29 Colonial Road
January 01, 1742 B-39 Elk Run Anglican Church Site
January 01, 1747 BX-7 Neavil’s Ordinary
September 24, 1755 CL-3 John Marshall’s Birthplace
September 14, 1758 Z-187 Fauquier County
September 14, 1758 Z-120 Fauquier County
September 14, 1758 Z-278 Fauquier County
September 14, 1758 Z-170 Fauquier County
September 14, 1758 Z-280 Fauquier County
January 01, 1759 Q-9 Warrenton
January 01, 1765 FF-12 The Hollow
January 01, 1770 B-34 Welbourne
January 01, 1773 FB-2 Oak Hill–John Marshall’s Home
January 01, 1776 FF-6 Birthplace of Lt. Presly Neville O’Bannon, USMC
January 01, 1782 F-18 Goldvein
October 23, 1828 FF-10 Brig. Gen. Turner Ashby, C.S.A.
January 01, 1859 C-57 Black Horse Cavalry
January 01, 1861 C-92 Brentmoor: The Spilman Mosby House
July 20, 1861 C-50 Thoroughfare Gap
July 20, 1861 B-20 Jackson’s Bivouac
July 19, 1861 B-21 Delaplane–(Formerly Piedmont Station)
August 22, 1862 C-60 Second Manassas Campaign – Strategic Rappahannock River Crossings
August 22, 1862 C-58 Second Manassas Campaign – Stuart’s Catlett Station Raid
August 22, 1862 B-36 Stuart and Mosby
August 25, 1862 FB-4 Campaign of Second Manassas
August 26, 1862 CB-1 Campaign of Second Manassas
August 26, 1862 F-9 Campaign of Second Manassas
August 27, 1862 C-54 Second Manassas Campaign – Manassas Junction Operations
August 27, 1862 FF-5 Lee’s Narrow Escape
August 28, 1862 FA-1 Campaign of Second Manassas
November 07, 1862 FF-8 McClellan Relieved From Command
November 07, 1862 C-9 McClellan’s Farewell
December 13, 1862 C-55 Fredericksburg Campaign
May 30, 1863 G-21 Grapewood Farm Engagement
May 30, 1863 B-35 Mosby’s Raid at Catlett’s Station
June 10, 1863 B-25 Mosby’s Rangers
June 17, 1863 FF-4 Lee’s Bivouac, Gettysburg Campaign
October 13, 1863 CL-8 Stuart’s Bivouac
October 14, 1863 CL-9 Battle of Coffee Hill (Second Battle of Auburn)
October 09, 1864 B-40 Death of 2nd Lt. James “Big Yankee” Ames
April 21, 1865 FF-7 Mosby’s Rangers Disband
January 01, 1887 FF-11 Number 18 School
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