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Lee's Mill Battlefield

A grist mill on the Warwick River was constructed here in 1856 by Richard D. Lee. Access to the battle site is from a small parking area inside a residential subdivision west of Warwick Boulevard (U. S. Route 60) on Rivers Ridge Circle. Several interpretive waysides and historic markers are located close to the river.

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Preservation

The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 6 acres at Lee's Mill Battlefield.

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Related Battles

Newport News, VA | April 5, 1862
Result: Confederate Victory
Estimated Casualties
240
Union
165
Confed.
75