These Halifax County, Virginia historic sites are listed in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and/or the Virginia Landmarks Register (VLR) by the The Virginia Department of Historic Resources.

The Department of Historic Resources (DHR) publishes a variety of materials that are available either from our publishers or directly from our central and regional offices.
Berry Hill - NRHP/VLR
Black Walnut - NRHP/VLR
Bolling Eldridge - NRHP/VLR (Moved to Lynchburg)
Brandon Plantation - NRHP/VLR
Brooklyn Store & Post Office - NRHP/VLR
Brooklyn Tobacco Factory - NRHP/VLR
Buckshoal Farm - NRHP/VLR
Carlbrook - NRHP/VLR
Cat Rock Sluice of the Roanoke Navigation - VLR Listed in Campbell County
Carter's Tavern - NRHP/VLR
Cove, The - NRHP/VLR
DeJarnette's Tavern - NRHP/VLR
Evans, E.L., House - NRHP/VLR
Glennmary - NRHP/VLR
Halifax County Courthouse - NRHP/VLR
The Little Plantation (Fourqurean House) - NRHP/VLR
Indian Jim's Cave - NRHP/VLR
Mountain Road Historic District - NRHP/VLR
Old Providence Presbyterian Church - NRHP/VLR
Pleasant Grove - NRHP/VLR
Redfield - NRHP/VLR
Reedy Creek Site - NRHP
Seaton - NRHP/VLR
Staunton River Bridge Fortification - NRHP/VLR (Haunted Battlefield?)
South Boston Historic District - NRHP/VLR
South Boston Historic District Boundary Increase - NRHP/VLR
Staunton River Bridge Fortification - NRHP
Staunton River State Park Historic District
Tarover - NRHP/VLR
Wiley's Tavern Archaeological Site - VLR

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   The transcription and the updated photos are the work of Dan Shaw. In some cases modifications to the original text have been made to improve the flow of the story, correct typos, and insert new or clarifying information. Additional facts or further corrections are welcome.    This author takes no credit for the original publications and its research. These local historians should be honored for the their endless hours of efforts to document this county's history for posterity.

2011 by Dan Shaw, Halifax Web WorX. Last updated on April 10,2011.