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Event Date Marker Number Marker Title
January 01, 1753 K-146 Chestnut Hill
January 01, 1757 L-20 Quaker Meeting House
January 01, 1757 Q-6-11 Lynchburg
January 01, 1757 Q-6-11-b Lynchburg
January 01, 1791 Q-6-10 Miller-Claytor House
January 01, 1806 Q-6-25 Old City Cemetery
January 01, 1808 L-22 Sandusky
January 01, 1815 L-23 Point of Honor
January 01, 1826 K-142 John Daniel’s Home
February 22, 1838 Q-13 Jacob E. Yoder
January 01, 1843 Q-18 Court Street Baptist Church
January 1, 1850 Q-6-26 Professor Frank Trigg (1850-1933)
January 04, 1858 Q-6-12 Carter Glass
May 10, 1861 Q-6-6 Mustered and Disbanded 1861-1865
August 15, 1861 M-60 Lynchburg Defenses
June 09, 1864 Q-6-8 Inner Defenses
June 09, 1864 Q-6-4 Inner Defenses
June 09, 1864 Q-6-3 Inner Defenses 1864
June 09, 1864 Q-6-7 Inner Defenses 1864
June 09, 1864 Q-6-5 Defense Works
June 09, 1864 Q-6-1 Fort Early
June 09, 1864 Q-6-9 Inner Defences
June 20, 1864 Q-6-2 Fort McCausland
January 27, 1869 Q-6-18 Samuel D. Rockenbach–1869-1952–Brigadier General, U.S. Army Cavalry
January 01, 1870 Q-6-19 Abram Frederick Biggers and Biggers School
January 01, 1872 Q-7 Diamond Hill Baptist Church
January 07, 1881 Q-6-16 Allen Weir Freeman, M.D.–7 Jan. 1881-3 July 1954
February 06, 1882 Q-6-20 The Anne Spencer House–1313 Pierce Street
January 01, 1886 Q-6-15 Virginia University of Lynchburg
May 16, 1886 Q-6-17 Douglas Southall Freeman
January 01, 1891 Q-6-14 Randolph-Macon Woman’s College
January 28, 1892 Q-6-21 Luke Jordan, Blues Pioneer
June 26, 1892 Q-6-22 Pearl S. Buck
January 1, 1897 Amelia Perry Pride’s Dorchester Home
April 16, 1899 Q-6-27 Dr. Robert Walter Johnson (1899-1971)
January 1, 1900 Q-6-28 C.W. Seay (ca 1900-1982)
January 01, 1903 Q-6-13 Lynchburg College
November 05, 1906 Q-6-23 Chauncey E. Spencer, Sr.
January 01, 1923 L-21 Montview
January 01, 1951 Q-6-24 Safe Haven in Lynchburg: Project Y
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