Isle of Wight County
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Area: 314 square miles
One of the original shires formed in 1634. Its name was at first Warrascoyack, changed in 1637 to Isle of Wight. One of
the oldest churches in the United States is in this county.
Old Town, K-238 Rte. 621, .1 mile e. of Rte. 10
Lawne's Creek, K-239 Rte. 10, 8.1 miles n.w. of Smithfield
Wrenn's Mill Site, K-240 Rte. 10, 4.5 miles n.w. of Smithfield
Wrenn's Mill, K-240-b Rte. 10, 4.5 miles w. of Smithfield
Bennett's Plantation, K-241 Rte. 10, 2 miles n.w. of Smithfield
Basses Choice, K-242 Rte. 10, 2 miles n.w. of Smithfield
Smithfield, K-243 Rte. 10, at Smithfield
Pagan Point, K-244 Rte. 10, .4 mile w. of Smithfield
Saint Luke's Church, K-245 Rte. 10, 4.25 miles s.e. of Smithfield
Saint Luke's Church, K-245* Rte. 10, .25 mile n.w. of Benn's Church
Benn's Church, K-246 Rte. 10, 4.2 miles s.e. of Smithfield
Macclesfield, K-247 Rte. 10, 4.2 miles s.e. of Smithfield
James River, K-311 Rte. 17, at s. end of James River Bridge
Camp Manufacturing Company, U-125 Bus. Rte. 58 near Blackwater River
Suffolk Campaign, UT-20 Rte. 460, 6.3 miles n.w. of Windsor
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