Prince George County
For a map directing you to Prince George County click here.
Area: 294 square miles
Formed in 1702 from Charles City, and named for Prince George of Denmark, husband of Queen Anne. The battles
of the crater, 1864, and Fort Steadman, 1865, took place in this county.
City Point and Hopewell, K-205, Rte. 36, .7 mile e. of Petersburg
Bailey's Creek, K-206, Rte. 106, 5.5 miles e. of Petersburg
History at Prince George Courthouse, K-207, Rte. 106, at Prince George
Jordan's Point, K-208, Rte. 106, 2.9 miles e. of Prince George
Merchant's Hope Church, K-209, Rte. 10, 8.3 miles n.w. of Burrowsville
Coggins's Point, K-210, Rte. 10, 8.3 miles n.w. of Burrowsville
The Cattle Raid, K-211, Rte. 106, 6.8 miles e. of Prince George
Powell's Creek, K-212, Rte. 10, 5.3 miles n.w. of Burrowsville
Maycock's Plantation, K-213, Rte. 10, 5.3 miles n.w. of Burrowsville
Flowerdew Hundred, K-214, Rte. 10, 5.3 miles n.w. of Burrowsville
Hood's, K-215, Rte. 10, at Burrowsville
Ward's Creek, K-216, Rte. 10, at Burrowsville
Brandon, K-218, Rte. 10, at Burrowsville
Reams Station, UM-20, Rte. 301, 12.6 miles s. of Petersburg
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