Appomattox Court House, Virginia

Jack Snyder, IN
Billy Robert, SC
Richard Edling, PA
Brian Duckworth, NC
Jim Burden, TX
Russ Warner, PA
Bill Weisheit
Lee Hohenstein, NE
Alan M. Di Sciullo, Esq., NJ
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On the Road to Appomattox Station, VA:

1. Appomattox Court House National Historical Park (NPS)
2. Appomattox Court House - Wikipedia
3. Battle of Appomattox Courthouse - Wikipedia
4. Battle Summary: Appomattox Court House, VA
5. Robert E Lee Surrenders to Ulysses S Grant

6. Official Records and Battle Description
Appomattox Court House

More Links

Guides and Maps
1. 1961 Appomattox Tour Guide (16 Pages)

2. Appomattox Court House National Historical Park Map
3. Appomattox Court House National Historic Park 3-D Map
4. April 2-9, 1865 Appomattox Campaign Map

Apple Tree Site
Appomattox Marker
Appomattox River
Bocock–Isbell House
Clover Hill Tavern  2  3  4  5  6
Confederate Cemetery  2
County Jail
Court House  2  3
Grant's Pursuit
Lee's Last Attack
Lee's Last Headquarters  2
McLean House  2  3  4  5  6  7  8
Meeks Stable  2
Meeks Store & Post Office  2  3
Message of Peace
NC Monument
Peer's House
Printing of the Parole Passes
Raine Cemetery
Richmond-Lynchburg Stage Road  2
Special Orders #73
Strategic Delay
Surrender Signing
Visitor Center  2     Museum  2
Woodson Law Office
Photos this page courtesy of Jack Snyder, IN and Alan M. Di Sciullo, Esq., NJ

(11-00) Jack's wife, Donna standing at the entrance to the park
Jack Snyder photo

(11-00) Reconstructed Court House - no surrender activities occurred here
Jack Snyder photo


(11-00) Clover Hill Tavern (to the right) Tavern Kitchen (behind & left) white building between the kitchen & the Tavern was the Slave quarters
BUILT 1819
Two stories with full attic, 39'x23'. 4-bays with full-length porch on South elevation. Porch is supported on brick foundation piers. Served travelers & stage line on the Richmond-Lynchburg Stage Road. After Lee's surrender, paroles for Confederates were printed in the downstairs rooms. Bar & dining room additions once flanked the tavern. The Clover Hill Tavern and dependencies are the oldest group of structures in the village
Jack Snyder photo

(2012) Enlarge Clover Hill Tavern interpretive marker
Photo by Alan M. Di Sciullo


(11-00) Meeks Store & Post Office
Jack Snyder photo


(2012) Enlarge Peer's House. Site of last artillery shot by the Confederates at Appomattox
Photo by Alan M. Di Sciullo

(2012) Enlarge Another view of the Peer's House
Photo by Alan M. Di Sciullo

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