For a map directing you to Cumberland County click here.
Area: 293 square miles
Formed in 1748 from Goochland, and named for the Duke of Cumberland, second son of King George II. The earliest
call for independence came from this county, April 22, 1776.
Lee's Stopping Place, JE-35 Rte. 690 at 612, 8.8 miles s. of Columbia
Clifton, JE-36 Rte. 690 at 605, 11 miles s. of Columbia
Bizarre, MJ-1 Rte. 45. at n. entrance of Farmville
Campaign of 1781, O-44 Rte. 60, 1.8 miles w. of Cumberland
Campaign of 1781, ON-5 Rte. 45, at Cartersville
Campaign of 1781, ON-7 Rte. 45, 1.8 miles s. of Cartersville
State Game Farm. W-21 Rte. 45, 6 miles s. of Cartersville
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