Spotsylvania County History
Established in 1721 from Essex, King and Queen and King William Counties, the county was named for Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood. During the Civil War, many battles were fought in this County, including Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania Courthouse and The Wilderness. During the Battle of Chancellorsville, Stonewall Jackson was shot and mortally wounded in Spotsylvania County.
Cities, Towns and Populated Areas
Alsop - Arcadia - Artillery Ridge - Bells Crossroad - Belmont - Blades
Corner - Brandon - Brockroad - Brokenburg - Carters Store - Chancellor - Chancellorsville - Chewnings
Corner - Cookstown - Dunavant - Five Mile Fork - Four Mile Fork - Granite Springs - Lanes Corner -
Leavells - Lewiston - Margo - Marye - Massaponax - McHenry - Old Trap - Olivers Corner - Partlow -
Paytes - Post Oak - Shady Grove Corner - Snell - Spotsylvania Courthouse - Stubbs -
Thornburg - Todds Tavern
Though Fredericksburg is now an independent city, we'll be placing its data on this site.