For a map directing you to Halifax County click here.
Area: 814 square miles
Formed in 1752 from Lunenburg, and named for George Montague Dunk, Earl of Halifax, British statesman. Berry
Hill, old home, is in this county.
History at Halifax, R-77 Rte. 360, at Halifax
Halifax Church, R-78 Rte. 624 at Rte. 623
Green's Folly, R-79 Rte. 501, 2 miles s. of Halifax
Minister Who Married Lincoln, R80 Rte. 501, 2 miles s. of Halifax
Carters Tavern, U47 Rte. 659, 3.3 miles e. of Pittsylvania Co. line
Staunton River State Park, U48 Rte. 360, 7.1 miles e. of Halifax
Nathaniel Terry's Grave, U-SO Rte. 304, 6 miles n.e. of South Boston
William Munford Tuck, U-SI Rte. 58 at Rte. 601
Campaign of 1781, UL-2 Rte. 501, .4 miles. of South Boston
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