The Battle of Dinwiddie Court House: March 31, 1865

   

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Clara April 1, 2017 at 1:06 pm

Hello,

I have relatives that live on Boydton Plank Road next to Stony Creek & right across from the Boydton Plank Rd Bridge crossing of Stony Creek. Being a history enthusiast I was hoping to find out more about that area, who lived there, what happened there during the war, if their land/farm/home was used/involved etc. I have found several Civil War Era maps showing the specific area some of which contain markers for buildings & landowners names. Depending on the map, the names given have been: W. Young, J.E or J.F Young, J. Young, E.H Young Hotel, Mrs. Fields, LO Field, Roney’s Mill, and Roney’s Mill Pond…. Anyway, I was wondering if you could maybe point me in the right direction towards finding any further information regarding the area, landowners, maps, and if/how/when the property may have played any role during the civil war?

David March 2, 2020 at 6:53 pm

Start here if you can. if you are ever in Dinwiddie Couty, the Dinwiddie County Historical Society is op on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00AM to 2:00PM stop by or let t hem know what specifically what you’d like to know and they will do what they can to assist you.

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