Lamb's Creek Church

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The historic Lamb’s Creek Church dates back to the 1700s, and legend tells of a ghostly woman in white who appeared kneeling at the chancel rail to two Confederate soldiers.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Lambs Creek Road
James Madison, VA
United States

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GPS:
38.26429479999999, -77.2688688
County:
King George County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Passapatanzy, VA (3.4 mi.)
King George, VA (4.6 mi.)
Fairview Beach, VA (4.7 mi.)
Port Royal, VA (7.7 mi.)
Fredericksburg, VA (10.7 mi.)
Falmouth, VA (11.6 mi.)
Dahlgren, VA (12.7 mi.)
Stafford, VA (13.3 mi.)
Aquia Harbour, VA (15.2 mi.)
Bowling Green, VA (15.4 mi.)

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  1. We visited one night, took many pictures, one picture appears to be a man in a suite watching us from inside. You do get a little spooked out walking around this place, but what a great looking historic building.

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