Historical Markers in
Westmoreland County, Virginia

A New World on the Chesapeake A Testament to Craftsmanship American Indians at Stratford Armstead Tasker Johnson School Artery of Commerce Birthplace of James Monroe Birthplace of James Monroe Birthplace of Monroe Birthright and Beginnings Bristol Iron Works Burrell Eskridge and His Son Vernon Eskridge Bushfield Charles B. Smith Clifts Plantation Burial Ground Clifts Plantation Site Colonial Beach Roll of Honor Controlling the Water Supply to the Mill Dairy Dividends for the Future Explore a trail network Free to Fight George Washington’s Birthplace Henry Brooks Farm Historic District of Kinsale, Virginia History at Oak Grove Interpreting the Birthplace Site James Monroe James Monroe Birthplace James Monroe's Legacy James Monroe's Virginia Legacy John Muse John Pratt Hungerford John Washington House Journey's End King George County / Westmoreland County Kinsale Lee Hall Leedstown Link to the World McCoy Revolutionary Soldiers Monroe Creek Monroe's Childhood Home Morgan Jones Kiln Nomini Baptist Church Nomini Baptist Meetinghouse Nomini Hall Nominy Church Northumberland County / Westmoreland County Old Westmoreland Courthouse Oval Site Paradise Found Pissaseck Indians Popes Creek Episcopal Church Popes Creek Plantation Prelude to the Presidency Private Tate, Buffalo Soldier Putting the Potomac on the Map Relentless Raids Revolutionary Idealist Richard Henry Lee’s Grave Sandy Point Service to the Commonwealth Skiff Slave Cemetery Soldier - Statesman President James Monroe Statesman at Home and Abroad Stratford and Chantilly Stratford Hall Stratford Hall Stratford Landing: Significant Events Tempting Target The Bay Today The Burial Ground The Burnt House Field The Glebe The Historic Area The Landing: Gateway to the World The Memorial Area The Monroe Doctrine The Stratford Cliffs The Stratford Mill The War of 1812 / British Landing at Nomini Ferry To Keep in Perpetual Remembrance the Name of Thomas Lee Veterans Memorial Vietnam War Memorial Virginia's Northern Neck War in the Chesapeake War in the Chesapeake War in the Chesapeake War of 1812 Washington’s Mother Westmoreland Association Westmoreland County Confederate Monument Westmoreland State Park Yeocomico Church Zion Baptist Church "Era of Good Feelings" “O! say can you see…” “O! say can you see…”